Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Honolulu republican. (Honolulu, T.H.) 1900-1902, January 25, 1902, Image 1',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
mi iu41 ttifi iii-i.
2 SUBSCRIPTION i
- RATES: -
rfrt.til I I I t I I I I 1 I 1.
- YOU .
.-, .i-..r iy
i START THH I
I NSW YEAR '-
BY ORDERING -Z
- Phone Main 213. I
III! tlUt III (III! I 1
2 Per Month J .50 1
- One Year 5.50
I Six Months..,. 2.08-
; Three Months . LSe I -
III tc4liMttrr-i' m"
VOLUME IV. NO. 506.
HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, JANUABY 25, 1802.
PBICE IT7S -CENTS,
Admirers of the Poet Filled
Large Elks Fall
glasses draiaed and the assemblage
again seated. Jadge Estee made a
few remarks, ia brtef. as follows:
I "I don't know whether yoa want
av? to speak of the great office of
1 President of the United States or of
th man who now fills that pofiitfoa.
It is a great thing to be a ruler, es-,
peclally ia a coaatry where the peo
ple make their ruler. '
The ruler of England is bora its
ithe opinion of the officers, there is no '
attempt to harm or injure an-opponent,"
stated High Sheriff Brovrn yes
terday apon receipt of the opinion of
the Attorney General.
"The police department will have
a capable and efficient force, .of offi
cers present at the contest." declar
ed that official. -According .to their
discretion, -when the time arrives that
they belieTe the boxing has reached
ADDRESS TO A DAISY
ruler, but for isore than a century
and a half there has not been an Eng-J flnnf0fnnfe MnJf Pnmnlv With the dan?er lfne' the Pllce T111 :ake
llsh ruler who was not worthy of be uUUlEolQlilO Mllol OUlIipiJ Hull prompt action and stop furrter pro-
. lag England s ruler. And in Ameri- reedings among the athletes. ,4
t ll IB s lail iiiul, liuut t .uiiiii&kwu
up to the present time, there has not
bees a President who was not worthy
j of being President.
I "The people are the best judges
i and what they say is right is general
ly right. This is mot forcibly shown ATTORNEY GENERAL S
the Law as it is
"Prize fighting will not be permit
ted under any guise or subterfuge.
While contestants remain within the"
nrovisions of the law. thev will be
i permitted to proceed unmolested. We '
Baseball Between Team from
Mohican and Customs
j slam to-night between, the Beslcfcss
;iens team and the. Intermediate;
The game wiH he called at
uin inr itfiuzs ami u compose i
as follows: j
Intermediates. Position. Business Men1
A. X. Keauhon.-.c. ..G. Waterhoase.
Will Kerr n F. Athertcaj
. . . I b-Ralph Raymond
. .! h...J. Waterhoese!
.S b C. H. Cooke
. .s. s E. B. Clark
..r. f H. Penhaliow
..c. f A. T. Brock
; J. Schurman,... .L f M. A. Cheek
Nowell. the captain of the Customs
House team will umpire the game.
' Boxing Exhibition.
1 The bosintr exhibition will tnfc
OPINION ! do not anticipate any trouble at 'the LEAHIS WILL PLAY THE INKERS Plac to-night at 7.30 o'clock la the
Ladies Plan to Raise Fends .
for Eye and Ear,.'"
mt$ Ktee rlesDonds to
f the President of
t ZTTZZ tJ Tonight's Sparring Hatch st!F0UR BAND CONCERTS
De ior romis ana not
ARRABGO M RERGER'
British Commistiener Hoare Speaks
to Toast of King and Queen of
. . - .-- .! nt- I
iaro n. nation arans n.ign
Mi Rolling and N.
. em c?wYtfe .C .I.A cnw In mn .Tall-
TW Ja7JIf- ta. KUJZ UV1 1 UU1U Vl
gious feeling of the sons and daugh
ters of Scotland.
"Englishmen. Scotchmen and Irish
men make good American citizens,
but they never forget their native
country and they never forget the
great poets of their native country."
The Judge spoke of going to HIlo
next week, saying that he understood
that most of the English speaking
people of Hilo were Scotchman.
The Judge spoke of Roosevelt's
coming to the Presidency through
Honoldus and Hackfeld
Will Kick the Ball at
, hall over the Club Stables. Tha fol
lowing contests are scheduled:
Davies : .Jack. Hoct?r- CamP McK,nJ Committees Inrmfntftd " rcr,W -a
weigbt or Maine vs. i rr .., .-
DRILL SHED SGENE OF FESTIVITIES
! 5-iITnf U'llEnn
i Jack Corfield
High Sheriff Brown Secures an Opin- The Territorial band will render
ion Upon Which His Men Can the following attractive program at
Form Their Judgment Officers I Emma Square this afternoon. , corn-
Will be Present to See that Pro
visions of Law Are Not Violated.
mencing at 4:30 o'clock:
The attempt to bring Territorial I
Ballad, "Pilgrims of the Night" i
Wlan&l A.iwlt fkn.l liinhi iMct" thnt T7nrvcovolt uroc a viitncr man Hut
uipvaini . iwnuii m-iiu .a.r..t. J.w .....w .uvu.... .... ,. rcu..., ...L... wuv ..... . . .. .
rorw of cdlchn!en and their a man worthy to fill the position. . u,D1Uon' to bc &vm b" uenver tJ
i i' ad began flllag up the stairs j with a few happy allusions to Scot-. Smith, at the hall over the Club
adiag from the atr.eet to She capa-j tish wit, thrift-and conscientiousness,! stables this evening, and prevent the
. "in hall of thEIki laU night, buti the Judge took his seat amid great , '
V waa hir. far across thteaveuB applause. ' contest from belnS Pul,ed off- met
i.i Utaking aboaLidinB her face , Fondness for Mountain Dew. 1 w,th Allure yesterday.
i"i -m m earth whea thaWvo'hundred Tho Diubgham Quartet followed The police department was appris-
t in awe jwiy ceiearwpja ot tne an- the remarks of jU(ige Eatee, after' ed of the movement coming from cer-
which Stnnlej Beardmore mounted tain quarters to have the affair called
tho platform and recited a poem eh ' ott High sheriff Brown immediately
tltled "McBrae's System." The poem sent R ien tQ Attorne Genera,
touched pathaticallv on the fondness , , . . , . . .
... ,, ' , , ... , .i. Dole, asking him to render an opinion
or the Soots for; the dew of the moun- ft . '
(alns upon the matter, in order that the of-
Another song came after the recita- Acers might be guided in their actions
tion. Jas. G. Brown sang. x.galn thereby.
the glasses rattled and applause fill- Attorney General's Opinion.
ed the hall. t' ,.... ,. , ,
" The eloquent T McCants Stewart The Attorney Generals opinion
started in on his address on "Burns" ' was received at the High Sheriffs of-
with a poem, one of the works of , nee yesieruay auernoon. in reier-
the Mohican terror,!
! vs Jack King.
I Bill Hubbard vs. "Kid" Barrington.!
... . , .. Joe Gonsalves, lightweight cham-
Gamc of Indoor Baseball Between thejpion Qf p-uchbowl TS "Expressman"!
Business Men and Intermediates! Anderson, lightweight champion of!
at Y. M. C. A. Gymnasium Big Kalako-
' a "Denver" Ed. Smith vs. Con Mc-:
Boxing Exhibition and Wrestling Carthy, the heavyweight champion of
Match Ed Smith vs. McCarthy. ! the navv-
Thls last contest will be the star
act of the evening. Each contest
will be four rounds.
and Actiie Steps
Fitting Benefit For a Very Wofthy
Institution Honolulu PeopteWWi. jtJr 1
Again Be Asked to Contribute
Their Mites Dress Suits Not De- J
clarH Fntlal Cor (:-nrr-i.n " .
. . .....w..- -'t
Became uuver.-the meun- Mrf McKinley's assassination, saying interference against the boxing ex-j 5. Dance, "The Aboriglns" . ..Thlere , Siiti3ii02i2iAS Two Japanese wrestlers of local
' "katorv f th- birth of Barns
hotipA of xoiug to their homes.-
h ball was gaily uewrated and J
ip With eWctrtc lights when the
- xaiojtHlL pf ti evlag were be-
RHIkrs Were Ready.
i flair tab1s. the length of the long
tll.aocn seated the crowd of kners
r old Scotland -who. well provided
uhtfce nereaaUfes for nuch an.oaca-
"n la the way of tempting Weeds i
. Waltz, "Vienna Bon-Bons' Strauss
The Star Spanlged Banner.
The Sunday afternoon concert will
be played at the Capitol grounds, for
which the following has been arrang
ed: Part I.
Baseball Punahau, 3 p. m.
Polo Waikiki, 3:30 p. m.
Foatball Makiki. 4:15 p. m.
Indoor Baseball Y. M. C. A.,
7:45 p. m.
Boxing Club Stables, 7:30 p.
, fame, Tanaka and Nagasaki, have charity's sake."
Honolulu people will again, b gWWJp"-
31 1 the opportunity of dancing for sweS,rf
w i become
been scheduled for a match for the j Such was the determlnationfeach
. . . ..Bizet
The Old Hundred.
i: Introduction, "Carmen". .
2.-Overture. "The Flutist"..
3. Suite. "Coppelia (new) ...Dellbes
4. Vocal selection, "II Trovafore"
5. Overture. "William Tell".. Rossini
6. Ballad, "Don't be Cross" Zeller
7. (a) "Gloria, 12th Mass" Mozart
popular in Honolulu. The
53e&:i opening of the Honolulu Bowling
Todav will be a livelv dav for narIors In the iletropole building will j
sporting people, not less than five
ady t6Tlta to ekxjortrt coatt, toI
king sowk and atill more rolifcklng
,tg plpea. v
On the pUUorm Unitad States
1 ..!Ke M. M. Katee and Urttish Com-
miislooer V. R. Hoare at. respact-
j Cj. 'Hallelujah, Chorus "The
ffcv'roessiah",. , Hand
. T ..ilS" 'o - - , lieSertionJeBeUe. of BpiKsn. .ma:
Office of the attorney .General.r -,; v. i- .? , the
tt ii . r T ni . nno ....... &ngiHnuer
events of different classes of sport
being scheduled for the afternoon and
Baseball at Punahou.
At 3 p m. a game of baseball will
be playrd on the Funahou grounds
between the Customs House team and
a team from the training ship Mohi
can The Customs House men have a
ery fine team and. although they.
wrestling championship of Honolulu. , cd bv a COmmittee of ladfe who
Demetrius Gambrinus Camarlnos , eathreil at th hom nt v tt .i.iin.
will be the master of ceremonies. i at Punahou yesterday afternooa. s
Bowling Has Struck Honolulu. and laid plans for a charity ball t bfe-cgf -
Bowling as a sport is destined to given for the purpose'of raising tun'djs j J"
for the Honolulu Eye and Eaj- la t
uiuiui.. - ; ,
Ball at the Drill Shed. - , 1'
Music and The flattering success of the Car- .
In passing nival and ball held laat year uadw 1
similar ausp'Ices h well known. The . -v.-
j ..... , ,.. , A. -" t
pim-rifus wvre lurgeiy in wxcrws -oi i J fiM '
what was expected. N"everhelea rhe & i
innrmary has been under a great l
take place this evening
refreshments will assist
away the time.
MAILE ILIHA CLDB
of expense, and It is by a most agre
ante metnou tnat the reside
Honolulu will be asked to con
their mjtes to awortby object.
TTirv onnATiT irnrTTirnn OI expense, anu it is uy a mosi ag
llrlo orliblAL IMlilliniio ab,e methtMl that the re,dtsrjifiP
Honolulu will be asked to contaifmUi
ill tt!nt- nf HuiiM rrr.4KhniAT1t
.- -i-jc M...iim,migr tr, ;,of Scotianos barn, reciting, tne julines, ence 10 uie ngni siai.es; a. V'C,..,.,.
nrf ofVHigiranW aHni!n a'ew. W9mffrt,v1ana wlth.cifefulexpres- Territory ofHawafi. liJleTecrionLa
.... .vWt.4L. .. k-ua .- I I OII.
. . . . i '
u . ki tin i nil van j ft iiinH vvikkr rT .a . .-
"" v,1"riI "" ' k a i ' Honolulu. H. I., Jan. 24, lsoa.- i ,.,..,.,, .; to put up some verv gcod ball to be.'
nature, saving that he had given Mr A M Brown H,gh Sheriff of the The Star Spangled Banner. -
voice to the poetry of the common TerrUor. of HawaI Honolulu: Hoch der Kaiser- The teams will be composed of the'
ill thiriK or life ' Dear SIr: M-v attention has been On Monday at noon the band will following players:
-o--- ........ ,.. .i . .L. A. -.-. !.. i KZmitnnlr
caueu to tne ooxing contests anver-j pay uc utrumn uhsui s uiuuc iu w.i.uaa.w.o
COMMITTEES for ball chosen. The charitv ball will be held at
jt.j ; drill shed on "Wednesday. Fcufii
wlv. oa th left and right af Toast I
ster Clef T. M. Rae.
iilv over the platform
Crkilel. nr firnl:iri i ?
.., ... .... , . I Used for tomorrow evening, with the i celebrate Emperor William's
r.uitt .nutuuumu L,amcui, a uc A1, , .lt ,. .,.. I ,,,. ,, j.. ,.: ,,. .:ii
. . i niniTOCT i ii'it ennn nniiiin nrt iTiuun ti 4t iiii t . i ill .iniiiuiii r-i cuiiii. Liirir: mil
rhe Stars aad Stri nuag grace-1 Mghtful song, was rendered very l '-l"Vi"- ""' ""'" "-""" "c .v- ,... Catcher.
while the nrettilv and fetchlngly bv D. Clark. lne law aumonzes. unapier jj oi uie - . w. c u.o. .,u, -. , Gorman Herbert
Untiilnl liirn M n- lnl frr mitert V?1i n r ? I X , Fth
i' iwuum tv "". F,u--cu;iw tj.ua kV a .MM1U "!,. - J 3" ' i- Jt
.ti T -ZiJ. -nyox i.ea nnnaMiiMit n.ift f fovinoJ Directors Meet and Make Chanae of . MaRWc.afrailrn .
"-' .miaw"3"'' wviaV.uiftWi., uvi.ti- LMaJL .-.. m. " -- --,-w--,-. v
- 7 aiMrtm.jwBiB. t n a . Mm u m 11 J " srw mm- r -. vkL . . . . i, -jb .. . , 3
1 llnu r.t n "rolin D.. it" n .. Vl.l. t.
Take Charge of Arrangements .. ,, ., . . .,
3 dies attending are to be arrayed In
for Coming Club Ball. fantastic costumes of calico, the gen-
i tlemen may come wearing their cool-,
, , est white attire, and it will not be
A special meeting of the board of , rnneWoP, hn,, fnrrn ahnfi vUsn'-
.-...-..... ... a ..j.-,.
-.ihosa volco is most nleasantlv at- Penal Laws of 1S9. Is as follows:
tractive "AFFRAY An affray is the fight-
Those who gave Scottish quota-1 ing of two or more persons In a pub-
Included in the arrests made by the
tions and who recited Scottish poems, uc place; and includes any prize police department yesterday were the Xowell
falthrully represented the tongue of flgut or other j,remditated conten-' following: Clarence Brown. J. J. Pow-
U.. !.! 11..... TK.rt CaaIiIIi ' . . .
Burns. The Scottish
assisted tnose who were
1 tion where no weapons are used.
ers. G. Adcock. W. A. Banful and R.
1 Whoever takes part in it. encourages, Templpton. straggling Mohican sail-
t 4 r !,. ..;il..ll. I ro- Tnliv. 'T!fTll Tncar A itllfn Tfurirl
.... . 4i.. r p.i 1 ..,....- .. ur Diumuies uu uuray. or is iiuuu o, uumt .i.bui. ..wv.. im...... uu..u
1 'iiou Jack Iteautiftt-n the desk.
High Ball Starts Rolling.
Toaatmaater Kae started the (high)
ill rolling b welcoming Scotch-
i"n and their friends to the celebra-
.1 or scouaun s roei uuni oirm- the land o
u anniversary. Introducing the . brew, which
M apeaher of the eeala. R. Gat-
! oud applanee greetad Mr. Catton
v li spoke, ta parL aa follows:
Catton on Burns.
We hara met to reader thaaks for
i of God'a greateat gifts to Scot-
1 nd. the poet, Robbie Baras. nounced the utmost enthusiasm was- tnan six months.
tiod'a gift U Bugland was the Im-j manifested, hand-clapping, fioor-
"rtal liard of Avon, the poet, pounding, table-banging, glass-clink-
Hakeaaeare, ; Ing and loud calling being freely in-
Burn's songs aud poems in their ' dulgcd in.
uity and slmullcit.v stir the poetic' pper Macdonald's Fling.
5.-ture la ns all. He wrote of simple piper R jtacdonald Murray, in
' "fa as well of greater things.- ; Hjghiand costume. was by all odds
Mr. Catton then quoted some; .h h, f ntra-n nf fhn PVoninc.
Clarko Caulfield directors of the Malle Illma Athletic , at(ead the party mnu8 a dreB suf..
Club was held last night, at which j All persons are to be masked. . -the
resignations of T. S. Chilling- i Decorations upon an oxtenalve and
worth as trustee and George Wright elaborate scale have been arranged
t as treasurer, were accepted. Geo.
Second. j y Clark was appointed trustee and
-- HaWkinS O nViSllintT-n-m-.t. tmn...m
-j uiiiiuiiuiLa Licaouicii
The applications of John
Cnnntrtn npactimnn '
iwaiiiwii ........... u cuiuu
Short . Stop.
at- t'enai uaws of tsai is as ionows: Fir-t.
f9r. At the meeting held yesterday
many committees were appointed
whose duty it will be to look after
every detail connected with the af-
Lishman .tf . Gardles " ' Ul "u"" -"- fafr.
Third. " ,in0- B- R- Rice- K- G- Louisson. C. , Among the ladles present at the
Elston oladfelter ' Taylor and Wm. Stone were accepted, meeting were: Mrs. F. A. Schaefer.
I .HI I V LUUiiUILLLC k.11 lUUn. UlLHi Lilt II 11" JIIJ. illllllirjlf. .IllK. II. ItFHK. mis.
t present as a spectator at any prize Elia, Geo. Kahea. John Frank. Kama- Gay Dole igh,ng Qf tfae new c,ub room Qn Fort GeJ Horbert Mrs. j. s. Wajkw..
nu, anu jonn iapana. invesiigauon. r.nto, '.. i., .L . Mrs p n Tnnv Uiimhurr
Mrs C. Grimwood. Mra. Stackable.
exceeding five hundred dollars or by ny" McNabb. drunkenness; John Right. .. Bmqnn ,, r, n.Wn. J Mrs-. A. G. Hawes. Mrs, Mayes Mrs.
the use of Scottish words.
Not satisfied with Clark's first "'" ur uultr pi-iueuuaiwi cuuwu " " v center. street was appointed. The members
song, more was forthcoming as "on. shall be punished by fine not , wm. bniith. w m. Funanou and faKin- Rowers Graves of this committee are R. D. King Per-
good as the firsL ' exceeding five hundred dollars or by ny" McNabb. drunkenness; John Right. Benson and C. Osborne
When thf "Highland FHnc- was an- imnrisonment m hnr.i Inlmr nnt m.irp Fernandez. Man'I Frazee. and Joe Tucker Schumann. ' ,.. .. . ., ,, 1 Lofer. Mrs. Phillips. Mrs. Broek
Definition of an Affray. I
The definition of an affray given in
the statute is the same as the com-'
man law definition. Wilkes v. Jack
son, 2 H. & M., 355; O'Neill v. State.
16 Ala. 65. The title of the chapter
Affray" restricts it. I think, to fight-
BOOM THE EXCHANGE
A ft li- frlin mnntlnrp r9 tkn fltonnnr?
Subc """ Vl"- " """"- .Mrs. Cooper. Mrs. Arthur Wall, Mlse
I Raven and W. Wilder Thomas'3 Seneral meeting of the .members DacoIli Mrs Soper 3iri j.mer Kad
, was held. F. Rowland was appointed Miss Mclntyre.
Polo at the Park. J floor manager for the com.ng ball The selection of an executlvo coa
The polo game will begin at 3:30 and ,S. Johnson assistant floor man-'mittee was first la the order of basl-
P. m. at Kapiolani Park. The game ager. The rest of the committees will nes3. Those chosen Included:
will be between the Inkers and the h pip.p,, h.. the npmi mmlttPP Irs- Alexander Isenberg. chairman;
Leahis and not between the Leahls
'larmlnt lines from Barn's address ( The piatrornl was vacated by Judge; Jng. The words "or other premeditat-- The Master
.'.' SS."J1I! V"6" Ji' Bstee and Commissioner Hoare, and ed contention" are clearh- used for bomin- ,the
Scotcuateu and others poetic tho ...,. h-., been nut ln . c0 ,- , , change. In c
He reerred to Barn's poems
, aitor mo aesK nau oeeu pul in a cor-. .hft n,irt)OSP of nreventinr an evasion
Murray executed the national dance t
- to " of the poetic. ' thp nano was man Dulated allivu:."ut: "" ," tion of the building
-liar csead on a object , sira ,;, ,hn nnnnn, ,nntl xne spirn- OI ine iaw -v an iecn' kindred
ot Scotland in a
mnnnor wn rh
. 1 lore, aajrtnic that we are all poets I broB;ht down tHe hmjse. Ho had to, words "prize fight"
- ...t w r- .ra. , nop w -0 tBe d00d twce So nmb,e of
. main aoata aft?r we are married. , fon, ...n. vnrrav lha. his lold. hare
.M the atieaker He -eat on to;kHees lw,nkled " merrllv in aDd out
Builders' Associian is(
proposed Builders' Ex-
order to call the atten-
trades a circular has been
snt out as follows:
1 "(1.) That any person engaged, in-
! nnv- lmslnp:: ihrmtfh wh'oh no hnz
.t.",u.r .:,, t n..i.ioc TO., close behind him.
The statute, in ray opinion, does, become speclal member of this As .
and the ex-Mauls as was previously
planned, as one of the players of the
i P. Jarrett and F. Rowland.
Mrs. C. B. Cooper, Mrs Chas. Wilder.
It was moved and seconded that.
nlcal or narrow construction of the'
Fight is Prohibited.
well for their owner's dancing abil-i
or skill in boxing, although such ex
'(2.) Specirf memberships shall;
! hibltion may
nature. It does
England's King and Queen.
"Their Majesties the King and a contest
Queen of Great Britain" was a toast, of which are to win victory by
that brought every man in the house disabling or injuring an opponent: in j
to his feet. Glasses were raised high . other words, a contest which is a
and. with one foot on their chairs, j fight.
every Scotchman. Englishman. Irish-, r think the depanment shouid DOt
man and everybody else. tco. drank , lnterfere wlth .his exniblt!on. uniess
Mutv7j a i&aivicTai iiiuiiiit i&a huu uua. .. .- .m .
.rtray a gwtle humor of the , .ts ,.,, at . ,; whM snoke not promoit an e.xniDiuon ot strengxn , sociatlou
. . -m I r m C-I11 2 fc4 r m 1 W r. k JA . - .
For SooUaa4 Boras had a ailghty
aaU the speaker, "deelrlag al-
.!T8 to do acwethlng for his country
' t MVmii- faarlacr. K seenta. that I
couM not do Much. He seems to ;
1 ,ve forated a better onialon of aim
- If Inter, however, for he tohl his
v ff onoe that he would be mora
houitht tf a hundred years after his
ath liaft& he was then."
OO.iaU l LVOSC. lunnivl -,fiO
Tk. ...r. i.j w., i t-..i 1 ... . . , .. 'It Is sousb
inr-rv io n iwn i vj , 1 uritlsh uotumissioner iioare re- -- it 1.1
as then snag by N Kay. to the!SDonded to the toast in fitting and , opponent; but I think a sufficient no- fPeclaJ memberships.
Mrs. John Soper. Mrs. C. Broek, Mis.
F. A. Sehaefor. MIm Mclntvr Mr.
latter team. Dickey, met with an acci ine niuauon iee oe raisea irom i E D Tenncy. Mrs. A G. Hawea.
dent in a practice game during the i t0 ?2-50- The motion was carried. , Mrs. JIary Wlddifield. Mrs. Andrew
week. He rode behind the player who- j Fuller. Mrs. J. S. Walker, Mrs. a E.
had the ball and was hit over the eye Blue Jackets Arrested. v Cofer. Sirs. Dr. F. Mayes. Mrs.' J.
by the mallet, when this player The members of the police depart-- Hnmburg. Mrs. Arthur Wall. Mrs. H
I swung It to hit the ball in total ig-j irent aie enjoying some lively ex- Lewis, Mrs. Go. HTbert. Mrs. Dr.
j norance of the fact that Dickey was' penencvs with the blue jackets from1 McGrew. Mrs. C. Grimwood. Mla
the Mohican these days. The men ' Bacon. Miss Belle Walker. Mia Mo
ranted shore leave are prone to for- J Intyre, and Mrs. Carl Do Rot Tho
get thsir time limits, hence the' chairman was granted power to an-
The teams which will play today
will be composed as follows:
Leahis Waterhouse, Shingle. Nor- police are notified, to apprehend the , point others to serve ea this comall-
I tnn fiTiil T ionfannnt Unnonl- ' Dnltnvo whiinAin mini noflilii Iaa WU lha - ---- n la- ra
a somewhats entitle the holder, or the firm or cor-! "","" ""'"""v """'"XC:.,, , a...a lu"" i.a,.i . ik:.; .
ohibit ' poration which he represents; to all I nKers rouer. Angus, uiiungnam-nveot tne Jtoaicans crew were piac- i-ommiuee on Aaremsiag aas-
nature and intent the privileges of the Association "-1" rtirk,"5U"- I '- ta ""ranee vue .SjBpCTar-.uJ. rw aw 1. j.
ninTTii; ann pniivMniaiwuG Mnuinrv vwjn dk iiiarvini. 1
' thereof may provide themselves with The Assodatfcn football game will
a desk ot box, for thsir mail, plans. be played on the Makiki grounds, the
Annual Meeting Woman's Guild. Committee on Refreshments Mm.
The annual meeting of the Woman's' H- Lewis. Mrs. C. Brock. Mrs. C. M.
game starting at 4:15 p. m. This. Guild of the Second Congregation of.
The fee for enrollment of game will be between the Hackfeld- St. Andrew's Cathedral will be held
3nd the-Davies combination and the Hono-, at the residence of Rev. Alexander
heartily and joined in three loud-
it Is In the nature of a fight in which
special members is $5,00,
mrnthly dues 51.00. lulus. The teams will be composed Mackintosh Monday afternoon at 3;firmarV
' w -fc- ""- i -j . w my m--m u lrtyi- Thora vi II K nHHroccnc K
Phillips, chairman, asefeted by
ladies interested In Charity or the lav
to disable or injure an ' right to annul or restrict the number1 Hackfeld-Davies. Position. Honolulus
The Association hopes that you
' light of sM. Mr. Kay s encored appropriate terms, limiting- his words' lice force in the charge of a discreet "f Aa-owwun nop uu juu nos5
.id sang -A Life on the Rolling Sea" toPPa ?6w brlef wmarks hlch cal!ed! and fear,esS officer should be ready, w vIev tne QaSnraon ' fx-; Beardmore
ith sreat gusto. j forth the utmost enthusiasm. tto stop It peremptorily in case It
P. Davles followed with a piano j His Britannic Majesty's Consul; ,c, , umTtt. narTnut,i k lm,-
1 -. . i . i.t- ... . 1 . . . . . -:vj .- r.... u,. ......
-'ii-euw, hhm"k 10 u awuiu- spoKe in laudatory language ci tne
inim a jolly song or modern attf Queen of England. Victoria the
mea touching oa the vastaess of the Good, and also dwelt on the merits
g Giaseos clinked and all wasj.QX King Edward and Queen Alexaa-4
tmriBaont as the lainntes sped swtn- dra. t.
" -v- , Tommy Atkins.
Prsfde'nt of the United States. ? William Thompson rendered "Tom
When the toastmaster introduced myrAtkins" in a way that stirred the
Judge Bsteo those present arbso tdj spirit of every man. net considering)
Very truly yours.
EL P. DOLE.
Police Will be Present.
" 'Denver Ed Smith, as well as the
on Decoration Mt.
A.T.-S C-Jhah Unnl-A r.9 TMlli-iM lfA. 4 vVu T1Mll .L.t.... f r...
Duisenberg ....Goal Gleason --- . .. roue. . u.
Ross pun (.jj Harrer'and 311s3 Tannant. of-Spokane. i Paris. Mrs. L- E. Catef. Mrs. Mayes.
c " . ... . , Mrs. ueorge smitbies. MJss Be
h!.n-o c o irrc r,r ntr,-,! it,for.'cf nj, u,i kv f-xf - i "At iiome" I nis tvenmo. ' i'M!faiiu M.aera.
, est and convenience." Churtoa ".'.'. ".'.". - Kay The Literarv Circle of the KHohana ' , Com?1" ra t F ,nane M- Pl
Tseabers- Parish ' Art League will give an "At Home" 'I ?Tt ,2S- H
MUSIC AHD D1NGINC 'Fo- J J v'Jt.TtiSg-
o. cavies icwairv-r.g Q.clock at tne Art Leagae rooms.. Committee on Music Vn r r
AT HAWAIIAN HOTEL i S-.!c:pV.v.v.:.v.Goo.d'!.. ,CS1 ; -- . , oSTSS SSr" a B"
j ine various committees are axpect-
Byer : HIUz! .
fed to report at the next meeting
their feot with filled glasses, for thethls nationality. Thompson sang an--)." '
ii dee was about to speak on "Thej 1
rpshient of. the United States." The (Continued op Eighth Page,) 'w"n
f AMn:.A-... . Du&l-l. I H -. a.l t
rruz m .. .-t.l - i -.. ws.a. hi ntutnaii uuuuc nu. t.
other participants in the " proposed ( The Ellis Sextette Club will give aaid fought on and is sure to be OUre Branch gebekab Lodge No. 2j 5vblca -arn be aa at the oSee of Dr.
rontsl will nor bp lntprfpr?d with concert dtirlnr and after the dinner? iBtrrt!rt i will clphratp thplr third annirprenre! Sloggett on Wednesday afternoon.
' ' i T
sby the police department tonight asat the Hawaiian hotel this evening. ldc-.Baieball.
-;. 4. -.-. , . ,,, . .-j... . , . jr.
will celebrate their third anniversary f
at Harmony Hall this evening, at S
I January 29th. at 3 o'clock.
as they connne tneir boxings ianctng ttiu oe mauigeu in arter cm
within reasonable Iwunds. and If, in j ner.
The committee has fixed 55 as the-
j There will be, a game of indoor IP- m. All Rebekahs, Oddfellows andpr!ce of ba Uek f "
baseball at th Y. M. C A- Gymna-Jthelr wives are cordially invited. j thfs wiU be wlthin ths reaeh 0 alL
.. -? ll