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HONOLt LU, H. I., SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1899.
REPORT OP TREASURER OF OAHU
LIST OF BURIALS SINCE THE
ADMINISTRATORS OF KAPIOLANI
THE COMPANY AT Til 15
OPERA 'ONE TO
Y. M. C. A.
Buys Judge Chambers' Decision Was
Nuuanu Cemetery Trustees Put Affairs Distant Relatives Contest Petition But
Maggie Moore and H. R. Roberts With
Their Company Arrived by the Ala
meda Opening Performance Tonight.
Instructor to be Mitts Adams, One of the
Most Experienced Physical Trainers
of the United Stntes.
Sale lots, graves, etc 1,317 25
Income from reserve fund G40 00
Not Impartial and Condemns Bom
bardmentClaims for Damages.
In Order How It Is Proposed to Build
Fall to .Make a Go of It Several Es
E PRIES If IE
IPEft!IIPEfilIuIlI 1 LADIES
GroundB Salary superintend
ent, $300; telephone, $30; sup
plies, $4G 80; water rates, $70.. 445 80
Printing and tnap....i 32 60
Advertising meetings and no
tices 27 75
Salary secretary 300 00
Commission collecting Income.. 13 DO
Net realizations $1,037 70
Received former trensurer
Government bonds, $3000; O.
R. & L. Co. bonds, $5000; cash,
$169 92 8,169 92
Realizations 1899 i. 1,037 70
- Per Contra
O. R. & L. Co. bonds 6.000 00
Government bonds 3,000 00
Bills receivable 376 10
Cash on hand $ 831 52
E. & O. E.
AugUBt 10, 1899.
" ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Kaplolanl Estate, Limited, held this
day, the following officers were elect
ed to serve for the ensuing year:
D. Kawananakoa President
J. Kalanlanaole Vice-President
John F. Colburn Treasurer
M. K. Keohokalole
Secretary and Auditor
The above officers, together with
John H. Wise, constitute the Board of
M. K. KEOHOKALOLE,
Honolulu, August 18, 1899.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Honolulu Stockyards Co., Ltd., held
August 17th, 1899, the following were
elected officers of the Company for the
Wm. II, Rice President
T. B. Richards Vice-President
A. Newhouse Secretary
Frank Hustace Treasurer
L. de L. Ward Auditor
The above with W. S. Withers and G.
J. Waller constitute the Board of Direc
tors. A. NEWHOUSE,
The Nahlku Sugar Company having
taken over the store owned by Mr. S.
Fukuda of Nahiku, Maul, all bills
against above must be presented to the
undersigned on or before 15th August,
NAHIKU SUGAR CO.
1 COMPLETE PONY RIG.
1 ENGLISH TRAP CART.
1 ENGLISH ROAD CART, 2-SEATER.
2 RUBBER TIRED BUGGIES.
1 JUMP CART BUGGY.
1 GENTS LIGHT ROAD WAGON.
1 CHAEP CUT-UNDER SURREY.
1 CHEAP FRASIFR ROAD CART.
4 SETS SINGLE HARNESS.
2 SETS HEARVY DOUBLE HARNESS
3 SETS LIGHT DOUBLE HARNESS.
SADDLES AND BRIDLES.
HONOLUHJ STOCKYARDS CO.
W. 8. WITHERS, Manager.
Corner Alakea and Queen streets.
II HAWAIIAN till
ITS YALUE AS AN AGENT
Takes Care of Property
Pays Taxes, Insurance, Etc., and
rendors an account of same
at regular periods
Acts us Guardian, Trustee or Exeeulor
STOCK AM) 1I0NI) UltOKEliS
SAFE DEPOSIT 1IOXES
OI50. R. CARTER, Treasurer
Tel. 18 407 Fort St., Honolulu
Former Consul J. H. Mulligan was a
passenger by the Alameda last night
from bumoa to tho mainland. He Is re-
turnliHi to h Is home In Kentucky after
a visit to Apia as attorney for the vari
ous German and "opposition" Interests
Ho It was who wort' 'i un the claims
of residents against hie United States
and Great Britain for damago done
their property during the bombardment
and presented same to the commission
ers. Mr. Mulligan nlso appeared before
the commission In his personal capacity
and gave his views on the situation.
The remainder of his stay In Samoa was
devoted to other legal matters of his
"If the new order Is carefully estab
lished and Is continued with firmness.
Independent of all Interests and above
the petty jealousies of nationality or
tribe, I feel confident It will bring
peace to Samoa. Everything depends,
however, upon how the powers go about
it. The start will tell the. story.
Malletoa TanU Is not yet satisfied and
I believe he would take advantairn nf a
loophole to make trouble. Matuafa is
sincere In his promises to abide by the
arrangement of the commission. And
by the way Mataafa Is a superior man.
Ho has been abused more than anyone
else In Samoa, and yet he has more
brains than all the kanakas on the
beach. He Is unquestionably the most
popular man In the Islands. He Is gen
teel, makes a good appearance and nt
once commands the respect of strang
Mr. Mulligan does not think the lecl
slon of Chief Justice Chambers was the
proper thing. He says 'Mataafa was
elected by a very largo majority. Cham
bers was prejudiced on the other side
and went about the matter like a law
yer to make a case for his faction.
"No part of the decision would hotd
water. Of course the public, unfnmillar
with Samoan conditions, accept It and
know no better. It Is nH a fact that
the commission endorsed the declsl in.
Anything else was done, but In the in
terest of peace they announced that It
must stand. Moreover, there was per
haps a desire to smooth over that bom
"Our claims for damages will be
pressed at Washington and London.
We are asking simply for the value of
property actually destroyed. There was
no more Justification of the bombard
ment in theory or fact than there would
be in an American warship cutting
loose and blowing Honolulu to pieces."
British Commissioner C. N. E. Eliot
was also a passenger by tho Alameda.
He wollt from Samoa to tho..0olonics to
look over tho country, and noW goes to
Washington where he will meet Mr.
Tripp and Baron von Sternberg. Mr.
Eliot declined to discuss the Samoan
matter, further than to say that he be
lieved peace had been prenianently es
tablished. He denied emphatically that
there was any personal differences be
tween himself and his colleagues. Many
of the Malletoa partisans had remained
in Apia on the pretense that they were
afraid to go home, and assuming a
swaggering air, and a presumption of
superiority had created more or less
petty trouble. On the protest of some
of the Mataafan chiefs tho provisional
government was to issue a proclama
tion the day after the Alameda sailed,
calling on them to go to their homes
and observe the peace.
Programs of Herr Albert Frleden
thal's concerts In Sydney have been re
ceived here. Several of them were giv
en under the patronage of Right Hon
Earl Beauchamp, K. C. M. G. Frled
enthal expects to arrive in Honolulu In
September and will give a series of
Received, ex Mohican, handsome line
of carriages and phaetons. W W.
BUSINESS MEN'S MEMO.
Saturday, August 19, 1899.
Special meeting of shareholders of
Kohala Sugar Co , Wednesday, August
23, 1899, at 9 o'clock a. m.
Five per cent ($1 per share) assess
ment is due and payable on the assess
able stock of the McBryde Sugar Co.,
Ltd. on August 15, 1899. Five per cent
($1 per share) on October 1, 1899 and 6
per cent ($1 per share) on January l,
Fourth assessment of 10 per cent on
assessable stock of Kona Sugar Co. due
August 1, 1899, delinquent September
Third assessment of ten per cent on
the assessable stock of Klhel Planta
tlon, duo August 1st, delinquent Sep
tember 1, 1899.
Two and one-half per cent assess
ment on the assessable stock of Olaa
Sugar Co., Ltd., Is due and payable
October 1, 1899, and 2 per cent addi
tional on the 1st of each succeeding
month, Including July, 1900.
Sufferer from the result of poor re
But If you bring your Bicycle, Gun,
Typewriter or any article of line me
chanism to us when It needs repairs,
and It will bo overhauled and put In
such shape that It will meet with your
Better still, telephone us 563, and wo
SEND FOR AND DELIVER WITH
OUT EXTRA CHARGE.
Wo employ only tho best skilled help
and gunrnntee nil our work.
Kodaks repaired, Tenuis Rackets rc
strung. Keys made. Fine enameling a spe
cialty. In fact repairing done In nil Its
& POTTER CO,, LTD.
312 Fort Street
Remember tho 'Phone, ROC
"The trustees of the Nuuanu Ceme-
tery Association have done some hard lanianaolo were today nppolnted ad
work during the past year," said George mlnlstrntors of the estate of the late
R. Carter tnis morning. "You have no Dowager Queen Kaplolaul. Their petl
luea what a condition the affairs were tlnn was mntPHtpd. hv n nnmlior nf nn.
In. Why the records had never been
written up for 18 years, lots had been
sold twice over, others were claimed
ana people nau no receipts lor mum.
jiowever everyuung nus nuw ueen
straightened out, but If It had not been
tor tne excellent memory oi uaviu
Dayton, and his wonderful personal
familiarity with the history ' or the
town s peopie, i uouui u a buiihiuuiui tne Banie tme( however, ns pointed out
arrangement could have-been reached, by the court, the will Is very explicit
"We have now a complete list, ar- una deeds the property bodily to the
ranged alphabetically, of all burials two princes
lr anave6" T,ie Government lost the first two
a great amount of care and research, ' V, , the native lurv two
"The "burials this last year have been ' Walnlun merchant charged with having
102T nbnuXrhlofnwhYchr62 were o" ri"
Ktrnnimr to the Islands There has the District Court, wtu acquitted. Still
nwentm UimTiBO Ot ?r Kong Tal. charged with assault
strangers hi the hfstory of the cVme- ttnd battery was also acquitted. Both
tery We "have -only a smaU quantUof : ' the matters came from Wnlulua.
available land left and it must be evl- In the matter of the W. M. Gibson
dent to anyone that the conditions call estnte Cecil Brown, trustee, has tiled a
for some public action. J statement to tho effect that, owing to
"By the constitution of the assocla- ' the numerous ramifications In connec
tion the first duty of the trustees Is the tlon with the property he has had none
care of the property. In accordance with of the estate's money In his hands for
this provision the trustees favor the three years and Is unable to account
building of a chapel and a receiving for any of the estate's affairs.
vault. With the sale of the land lett Judge Stanley this morning author
there will be money enough available to zcti yy, a. Bowen, administrator of the
lmtlil HiPHa unit linvp il reserve fund for ..otntA r it... Tn-n D..an.. ...
the care of the property. It Is suggest-
ed that this reserve fund could be In-
vesteu 10 goou auvuiuiiKe in ereuiiiiK u
crematory, xne income neriveu irom '
this Hource could be used for the care of
llie pruiiei . 1
couo'f ffie rnerTsoTatn
have been published. The object of do-,
inir sn hns hppn to cet the lot owners to
take an active Interest In the affairs of
the association. To show how little In-
terest has been taken I may state that
though yesterday's meeting was fully ment for the board of trustees,
advertised, there were only two lot George R. Carter was today appoint
owners present, outside of the trustees. ed administrator of the estate of the
When I was endeavoring to find evl- inte Edward Dowsett under bonds in
dence of the ownership of lots I re
peatedly advertised but received no re
ply. It was only by personal solicita
tion that I was able to get matters
"The treasurer's annual report, as jou
will see. shotvs a cash balance
of close on to $10,000 and it Is with this
and the sale of the land that the- pro
jects of the trustees may be carried
MA UNALEI PLANTATION.
Planting Commenced peep Soil on th.!
Fred Hayselden Is down from Maui
and reports that planting will com-
mencc In earnest nt .Maun alei next 1
Monday. It Is expected that some 600
acres will be put In within the next
few weeks. All the machinery for- tne
pumps will soon be on hand, having
been shipped by the Andrew Welch,
which Is expected any day. The pump.
Ing plant will have a capacity of 10.000
gallons. Tlie landing wharf Is quite,
complete and trains nre running upon
Mr. Hayselden accompanied Senator
Clark when he visited Lanai. and show
ed him some of the many naturul ad
vantages of the Islands. A shaft had
been sunk In Palawal for 70 feet, and
there was not a rock or a stone In It.
This gave the senator some Idea of tho
soil on the estate.
The Maunalel plantation expects to "u ule" "Vs "( usf 18 uu "l- lne Angio
harvest a crop next year and counts ' bVton, bu'l!? hI '10U!il-' lllst nnd tl,en
unon mak nir a record with ts vleld
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MILL TO BE MOVED,
The planing mill at the corner of
Bethel and King streets will shortly be
moved to Palama. This Institution has
been a nuisance to tho town center for
a long time, both on account of the
smoke from Us short pipe and the lum
ber taken across the King street side
walk on the shoulders of two all-daylong
Chinamen. The decision to movo
the mill was announced this morning.
Weather Bureau, Punahou 1 p. m.
Wind f-esh northeast; weather line.
Morning minimum temperature 75 ;
midday maximum temperature 81;
barometer 9 a. m. 29.99 steady (correct
ed for gravity); rainfall 21 hours nd
Ing 9 a. m. none; humidity 9 a. m. 61
per cent; dew point 9 a. m. 05.
CURTIS J. LYONS, Observer.
Mil. CECIL ItllODKS TAKUS WATER
Diirinif the speech to the share
holders of the Chartered Company,
Mr. Rhodes' voico was nll'ccted by his
cold. One of Ills brother directors
handed hint a glass of water. "Is it
Apolllnaris?" inquired the speaker,
and on receiving an nlllrmntic reply!
looiv it uruiiui, sum eiiijiiiiiucuiij ,
"Good," and resumed his speech.
London Dally Mail, April 22, 1808.
Apollinarls Water, direct consign
ments from tho London Company, for
MACFAltLAJfE & CO., LTD.,
Sole Agents for tlie Hawaiian Islands.
Tho special attention of Mothers and
Kindergartners ns well as Teachers Is
called to the University Extension lec
tures nt tho High School on Tuesday
nnd Friday evenings by Dr. John Dew
ey on "The Life of the Child."
If you want a new currlage or your
old one icpalred call on AV W. Wright.
HERETOFORE UNHEARD OF.
Prices aro to bo cut to a point here
tofore unheard of at the big departure
sale of L. B. Kerr's. He will make no
exceptions, everything must go before
August 18, 1899.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
David Kawananakoa nnd .Tonuh Ka-
tivn frnm nil Mri nf tin. lainmii win:on
claim relationship and an Interest In I
tj,e estate, Of tho number u great
niece was the nearest relation to up-'
nar and Judge 1'crry ruled that the .
two full nephews took precedence.
indications are that there will be
claims and perhaps suits for a portion
nf tho nronertv bv these relations. At I
un certain real estate belonging to'de-1
ceased at an unset nrlce of J3.000. The I
property Is located In Maklkl.
t,1'6 m,n"ei,i "f Mn.ry c- T'bbl;tt!j ?: i
viwtonlnv In fnvm- nf tho ilofonilnnt 11 n
... - ...ucu ;
tlf t0 the Supieme Court.
The trustees.of the Charles R. Blshon
trust toduy, filed their annual account,
cnargmg w.isk.tj una creuiting 3,-
672.65. J. O. Carter signs the state-
the sum of $31,000,
In the matter of Mary K. Porter vs.
John K. Sumner, assumpsit, plaintiff
has filed a satisfaction or judgment.
J. Paaniani has been appointed ad- .
minlstrator of the estate of the late
Hakuole, without bonds.
H. M. Dow will take two crews of
yachtsmen to Pearl Harbor this after
noon on the Abble M. for the sail back
tomorrow. The extra men iro down to
bring the Marlon home. Three or four
yachts of the lleet go to the lochs this
NOW CAPTAIN STURDEE.
Commander Sturdre of H. U. M. S.
Porpoise hns been made a captain in
recognition of his services In Samoa.
The Japanese steamship Toyo Maiu
expects to sail about Monday or Tues-
A NEW HOUSE.
..AS.!.1." " " PJ in
: , - - - , unomea v oiu; uokaia a om ssvs asiteci
has been In Mr. Qua 's possession for , Q1 410 ,,ld 1WM aske(I; oiowalu 150
!,1","y..P.n''s' ,u ,lia2..mld 11 flm;iybid 170 asked; Paauhau 39 bid 41 ask-
JUIU UUl lit glllUl'U IIL'IIB. XJ1UIU itlU (UUC
a number of fruit trees. The Chinese
method Is different to the American.
The land Is carefully cultivated first,
I al"-"UD l" ",B 6uuc"'
1 ITXTHfT.'DC'Tmi' T. VrniifCTAV
There was a good attendance last
night at the .second of Dr. John Dew
e';s. University Extension lectures. The
subject was the development and play
of Imagination in childhood
There was no session of the Summer
School today, Many of tho teachers
were about town during the forenoon
taking In the sights of the capital.
"WHY IS ICE SLIPPERY".
Professor. Osborne Reynolds says Ico
Is slippery, for substantially tho same
reason as an Iron or steel axle Is when
lubricated with oil or grease. All lu
brication is due to tho presence of a
lluld, either liquid or gaseous, between
the opposing surfaces ;and In the case
of Ice the pressure Induces a partial
liquefaction, which Is the sole cause of
sllpperlness: When Ice Is cooled below
a certain point, It becomes no more
slippery than a polished surface of
i Alexander's History of the Hawaiian
: Islands, from their discovery to the
1 Present time. The only work covering
' Brouiul. bor sale oi
S?.. Kul X,azflnr' al6
i lion hiuuiiu. x ui n.iic uoiy My mi:
Owl lunch room Is located opposite
Criterion barber shop, Fort street.
MORE OF THEM USED.
There aro probaoly more Singer sow
lug machines usca In the United States
than of any other one make. This Is a
very excellent guarantee that they are
one of the very best machines. The
points of merit ure strength, durabil
ity, easy running and simple, constiuc
tlon. Very little mechanism to get out
of order makes repair bills small.
When In need of a new sewing ma
chine examine tho Singer before pur
chasing any other make. II. Bergor
son, ngent. Bethel street.
Only one BEST bicycle.
Cleveland. Come and Bee.
L. B. Kerr the Queen street merchant
will go away on August 18th and from
now until that date, announces a de
parture sale at his big dry goods store,
at prices that will make competition impossible.
A woman who butt been u pronounced
stage success In tliree continents :rNv,
ed by the Alameda from Sydney last i
night, and before she returns to her 1
hoinc she Intends to attempt success
That woman Is Miss Maggie Moore
With H. R. Roberts she Is at the head
ul l ."'i"'y w cu pciuicu
11111 i;i'iu'u iicuiuu un u. ium mat m
Include America, part of Europe and
ule oumnuiuj ui on ti;ii jwiuucb,
South Africa. Miss Moore was born in
Francisco an -i iKgan nor stage ca.
reer at a time wiien tlie rougn nnu
ready as well as the adventurous and
romantic spirit still predominated In
California. Her first success was in
"Struck Oil," in which the company
111 open their season tonight In Ho
nolulu, It Is a piece which so thorough
ly presents the spirit of the times in
which it was written mid tho human
.nature of all times that It has never
been displaced from her repertory. MiFs
Moore acknowledges a fondness for the i
character she created In the play, even 1
thouch her wide experience lins made
her familiar with all that Is worth while
in tho modern drama.
But Miss Moore does not need to rest
on early won laurels. Throughout her I
carepr she has kept up with the ylay- , tlonal delegates that that Honolulu Y.
wrlghts. She has created parts In dra- M. C. A. had celebrated Its 30th annl
mas written by as great a diversity of verasry and had not a cent of debt. All
method nnd talent ns those of Gilbert were astounded at this. At the time the
and Sullivan, Boucclcault, Pineio and speech was made Grnnd Rapids Y. M.
Ibsen. She has presented Shakespearean . C. A. had a debt of $51,000. The mem-
characters nnd those of the early Eng- ,
Ush dramatists with success.
She has the rare combination of tal-
nts which make her ut once the sue
cessful actress and the successful uo
man of affairs. It Is not every suc
cessful theatrical manager would make
the venture of taking a company from
Australia tor a tour oi me worm, ism
that Is what she has done, and her past
achievements Justify her judgment.
II. R. Roberts, whose name goes In
the same sized type as her's on the
company's paper Is an actor who has
yet to acnieve success ouisiue ol his
native country, Australia. Hut theie
he easily ranks the profession In scope
of achievement and versatility of tal
ents. In the company are the bpst known
stittrc people of Au.-tralin. There are
Hi-rbert AMilon. AU-i- Cochrane. Miss
ISiv.useoinbe. Fied Esmvlton and wife.
C(uii-nce l.jn''on, William Townshend,
Mist. Osgood Moore, Pi-icy Ward. Miss
Corcoran and the Misses Bnshfoid.
The play tonight' will present the
whole strength of the company. The
curtain rises at S -. 1 r mid pations are
requested to-be on time n the Interest
of the play starts with its beginning.
! HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
! Moinlng session Sales. Between
Sales: On the boaid, 10 Pioneer 26.":
I ino hwa 2li: 100 Kwa -: 100 Ewa 26; 100
i Ewa 20. I
Quotations: Biewer & Co. 430 asked; !
'American 10."i asked: American, paid up
f.; Ewa 25 bid 2GVj asked; Hawaiian
I Agricultural 300 askeu; Hawaiian Corii-
ineiclal U2V& bid 9i'2 asked: Hawaiian
Sugar 205 bid 220 asked; Ilonomu 157i
'bid 102Vj asked; Honokaa 27Vj bid 27-i
asked; Haiku 27S asked; Kahuku lS.'i
i asked: Klhel S bid U asked: Klpuhum
I ISO asked: Kona 29 asked; Mauualel 11
ashed; McBryde a S-10 hid 3 0-10 asked;
t ft-,! mi 1 Itlfl ID nulroil Ofi-.l
" 13 "ked; Oahu. paid up ISO asked; 1
ed; raciiic 290 bid; Pala 290 bid; Pio
neer L'liO bid; 270 nsked; Walalua 102M
bid 110 asked; Walalua, paid up 152,.
bid; Walaluku 375 usked; Waimannlo
160 asked; Walmea 123 asked; Wilder
Steamship 120 bid; Inter Island 160 ask
ed; Rapid Transit 20 asked; Mutual
Telephone 15 bid 16 asked; Oahu Rail
way stock 155 bid 175 asked; Govern
ment 5's 100 bid; Postal Savings 95 bid;
Oahu Railway bonds 106 bid; Govern
ment 6's 101 bid.
Frederick the Great once requested
his generals to submit to hlni plans of
campaign for u supposititious case.
Hans Joachim von Zlcthen, the famous
cavalry general, produced a queer dia
gram In black Ink. It represented a big
blot In the center, Intersected by two
black lines, whose four terminals ended
each In a smaller blot. The king was
furious and upbraided his old comrade
in arms bitterly for what he considered
disrespect. In explanation Von Zlothen
said: "Why, your majesty, I am the
large blot In the center the enemy Is
any one of the four smaller blots. He
can march upon me from the right or
tho left, front the front or the rear. If
ho does, I simply ndvniue upon any of
the four lines and lick him where T llml
him." Frederick was satisfied.
RECOMMENDED FOR CHOLERA
"During the hot weather last summei
I had a severe attack of cholera mor
bus, necessitating my leaving my busi
ness," says Mr. C. A. Hare, of Hare
Brothers, Flncastle, Ohio. "After tak
ing two or three doses of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
I was completely relieved nnd In a few
hours was able to resume my work In
my store. I sincerely recommend It to
any one aflllcted with stomach or bowel
trouble. For salo by nil dealers and
druggists. Benson, Smith & Company,
general agents, Hnwailan Islands.
Tho Honolulu Messenger Service de
liver messages and packages. Tele
FOR CAMARINOS' REFRIGERATOR.
Per S. S. Australia Cherries. Grapes.
Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Celery, Cauli
flower, Cabbage, Rhubarb, Asparagus,
Fresh Salmon, Flounders, Halibut,
Crabs, Eastern nnd California Oysters
(in Tin and Shell), all Game In Season,
Turkeys, Chickens. New crop of Nuts
and Dried Fruits. Onions, Burbank Po
tatoes, Swiss, FarmaBan, Rochefort,
New Zealand and California Cream
Chense, Olives. AH kinds of Dried
Miss Adams, sister of E. R. Adams.
will establish and conduct In the Y". M.
C. A. gymnasium here a school for the
physical training of young ladles. The-
school will be nominally under the hand
or tin association, and tho work win
be encouraged as much as possible.
Miss Adams Is a graduate of one of the
mai iinjnuu cuuurc msiuuiiuns oi me
iiuuumiiu mm uu uhu eAienmve exiicr-
lence as an Instructor.
A ladles gymnasium here will be a.
novelty, hut will doubtless bo well re
ceived. In the East many Y. M. C. A.'s
operate them In connection with the
hoys' gymnasium. At the meeting of
dlrectm - H of the local association last
evening the Idea was generally endors
Mr. Coates, the new assistant secre
tary of the Y. M. C. A. will arrive on
September 13. A reception will be ten
dered to him shortly after, perhaps the
On account of the absence of Mr.
Coleman on vacation there was no re-
port from tho secretary at last nlghfB
meeting. The treasurer's report was
submitted nnd deferred.
President Weedon reported on his
trip East and the meeting nt Grand
Rapids. He said that he told the na-
hers set to work and before the conven-
j tlon closel had cleared oil all the debt.
They wanfed to be even with Honolulu,
Secretary Coleman reported that V.
. Helm, a prominent l. M. C. A.
worker, would shortly arrive here, ac-
companled by his bride, on his way to.
.japan on some special mission, ine
.directors decP'ed to make him the guest
of the association while here.
Will Send to Mainland for Furniture.
Admits Hllo Auxiliary.
At the meeting of the Knmchamcha
Alumni last evening the report of the
committee on furniture was submitted.
It was recomnipnded that furniture for
the new home be purchased In Sun
Frunclsco, and this course will prob
ably be followed. Sam Mahuku was
added to the commute in place of Oscar
Cox, who is ill.
The petition from Hllo to admit the
Hllo Branch of the Kamehameha
Alumni Association passed. This mat
ter has been under discussion for some
In Judge Wilcox's temple of justice
this morning Joe Nunes was charged
with battery on Maria Nunes. Sentence
was suspended for six months on the
promise of defendant to behave himself.
Jlikela Paulo, larceny, was continued
to August 22.
THE ORPHEUM TONIGHT.
Post and Marion, in "tlie Prize Fight"
tonight, will create one big laugh from
start to finish. The program Is the best
yet presented at this popular playhouse.
Hoggs and Hat-ward have a beautiful
little Hkutch. "On a Winter's niirht,"
, mIhh Dixon an the "Bowery Girl" Is an
1 .... l. ...
songs have made a big hit. Post and
Marlon as the "Happy Hottentots" cut
up some very funny capers. This Is
Saturday night, and tickets should be
secured In advance to be sure of a seat.
Specialist for Eye, Ear, Throat nnd
Nose diseases and Catarrh. Masonic
Fashionable to the eye and easy to
the foot. Thompson Brothers No. 4
shoe nt Mclnerny Shoe Store.
THE REASON WHY.
The reason why we can Bell you a bet
ter piano for J230 than any one else, Is
because we buy In large quantities, and
so get bottom prices. If you want a
new piano or have an old one to ex
change, you will do well to call on the
Bergstrom Music Company, Progress
A Word to the Wise!
are in style again
SIGN OP THE BIG SHOE.