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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1902.
SEVEN, On the Polo Grounds, High Balls Hade Harmless. SOCIETY HAS TAKEN TO POLO AND BECOME ENTHUSED OVEn ITS ATTRACTIONS IN A WAY NOT PREVIOUSLY KNOWN IN THE ANNALS OP OUTDOOR RECREATIONS. THIS SCOT TISH GAME HAS BROUGHT WITH IT A KNOWLEDGE OP THE HIGH-BALL AND ITS PROPER USE AT THE CLUB HOUSE AFT ER THE FATIGUES OP THE GAME PHYSICIANS MAY DIFFER AS TO THE BENEFIT OF ALCO HOL WHETHER IT BE A FOOD OR STIMULANT, BUT HOW EVER MUCH THEY MAY DIPFEP. IN THIS, THEY ARE ALL AGREED THAT IF LIQUOR MUST BE TAKEN, IT IS ROBBED OF HARMFUL EFFECTS IF DILUTED WITH WHITE ROCK OR IN THE FORM OF A "HIGH-BALL," AS IT IS CALLED. TO BE PERFECT A HIGH-BALL SHOULD ALWAYS BE MADE WITH.""" White Rock Water WHITE ROCK MAKES GRAPE JUICE, MILK. LEMONADE AND STILL WINES, SPARKLING, DELICIOUS AND HEALTHFUL. NO FLAT BOTTLES. W. C. PEACOCK & CO., AGENTS. FOB, A SPRING TONIC TRY Priino Bock' Our brew of "BOCK BEER" is near ly exhausted and those desiring it should send their order to the brewery immediately. .iJK Delivered in bottles by the case. TELEPHONE Who will You are going to have your house Papered, Painted or Decorated. Who's going to do It? No one does or can do better work than we. Investigation proves that few do as good. AH we ask for It is a fair price DO' high, not low. Either extreme Is dangerous. Any one who .gives us work gets the best golpg at the fairest and squarest price. THE 1 PAINTER Office: Union Street, opp. Bell Tower. Ju. F. Morgan President Cecil Brown Vice-President T. Hustace Secretary Chaa. H. Atherton Auditor W. H. Hoogs....Treas. and J-,r. TELEPHONE MAIN 295. Hustace & Go., Ltd QUEEN STREET ' Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith . Coal WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. . Special attention given to DRAYING ALSO. WHITE AND BLACK SAND C. Q. Yee Hop & Co. Knliikinui Meat Market And Grocery Fruits and Vegetables BERETANIA ST., COR. ALAK Also at the Fish Market, Sialic 1 9 and 20 Phone Blue 2511. OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CD'S a?IMED TABLE FROM AND AFTER JANUARY 1, 1901 TKAIN& STATIONS. Dally Dally (Outwnnl) ex. Sun. D.ly ex. ban D'ly D'ly A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. Honolulu 7:10 9:15 11:05 3:15 5:10 Pearl City 8:03 9:48 11:40 8;7 5:50 Kwa Mill 8:33 10.0b 12:00 4:05 6:10 Walanae 10:50 . 4:45 .... WaUlua 11:M .... 5:40 .... Kahuku - rJ:33 .... o;lo .... STATIONS Daily (Inward) ex. Sun. D'ly D'ly D'ly A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. Kahuku 5:35 .... 2:08 Waialua 6:10 .... 2:.V) Walanae 7:10 .... 8:5r, Kwa Mill 5:60 7:45 1.05 4:32 Pearl City 6:15 8:03 1:30 4:52 Honolulu 6:10 8:35 3:03 6:26 Q. P. Denibom, Superintendent. F. O. Smitii, Gen. Pans. feTkt. Ast Advertise your Wants ln the Star. do it? Beer MAIN 341. .. GROCERS .. CATERERS TO THE BEST FAMI LIES. IMPORTERS OF TABLE LUXU RIES. PURVEYORS TO FINE HOTELS. IMPORTERS OF CIGARS. IMPORTERS OF FRENCH AND GERMAN FOOD DELICACIES. ROASTERS OF FINE COFFEES. LEWIS & CO., LTD, LEADING GROCERS 1060 FORT STREET. 240 TWO TELEPHONES 240. ff. 6. IRWIH & CO. (Limited.) AGENTS FOR Western Sugar Refining Company of San Francisco, Cal. Baldwin Locomotive Works of Pfa Jelphlo, Penn. Newell Universal Mill Company (National Cane Shredder) New Tork, U. S. A. N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertilizers High Grade Fertilizers for Cane and Coffee. Alex. Cross & Son's High Grade Fer tilizers for Cane and Coffee. Reed'a Steam Pipe Cars. Also Offer for Sale Paraflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and Papers. Lucol and Llnse d Oils, raw and bolleu. Indurlne (a cold water paint) in white and colors. Filter Press Cloths, Ccme Lime and Brick. I The well known novelist died suddenly on. the morning of April 20th in AVash Ington D. C, of paralysis. His last book . if Just received and on sale at tho 150 HOTEL STRELT, Note nends, Bill Heads, Statements and Fine Commercial Printing at .the Star Office. Oil THE MAY DAY CONGER i PtPILS PRESENT EXCELLENT PROGRAM. Memorial Entertainment Proved to Be Well Planned and Presented Inter esting Program at Opera HoUBe. The May Day entertainment by the government schools proved to be a great success upon its presentation at the opera house last night. The pro gram was well arranged and admirably carried out, without a number that failed to bo Interesting and with plenty of diversity in the style of the enter tainment. Aside from the merits of the presen tation Itself, there were one or two commendable features that should serve as a model for similar occasions. Some one In authority, with far seeing wis dom placed the phrase "No Encores" on . le i tS, ' ' ' " 1 , "u el .' I .iT be highly commended, saw that the suggestion was cart led out to the loiter As a happy sequence number succeeded wns ft th,)rouehiy representative gath ?V,m."(;LWlth,0U,t a.i"tCh ?,nd' Wl i'Vl ' "Ing. The audience In the throne lE in imS n t . l, room the Capitol showed an Interest Sm-J! ?!?C.n LHvw , nd firms that Indicated readiness to hnf r.m.h.R, ft ak how "e matter with energy, praise, but an encore to one number In mu it r m,in . .i, !, trn i i,i i,i i ., ,,.,. , The result or the meeting was the ap an afialrs of this kind means an inevlt- ,, ..,.,, .,ir in.; ...I ii i , rtn ., ' fiolntment of a committee consisting ?Vn.,eHuim of Actl"G Governor Cooper, chairman; !laLen.Clil "?lr-th0 e"l r n""B , P. A. Schaefer. C. M. Cooke J. B. Ath- Praise may be bestowed upon all the numbers Indiscriminately. From the first rise of the curtain with Berger and his musicians in the background and a 'bevy of nymphs weaving paces and winding ribbons around a maypole, to the final tableau the interest, was fully sustained and spoke volumes for the thoughtful planning and patience of the teachers and the willing co-operation of the young performers. As befitted a May Day performance the various stage settings were arranged In a series of woodland pictures against which the white dresses of the girls and the pretty posturing showed effectively. Calciums were Introduced In some of the numbers very effectively. 'The choruses from the Normal School the Kawalahao Seminary and -Kame-hameha Girls' School were rendered doubly Interesting by the pretty pic tures presented by the girls themselves as they grouped in unnffected pose, the same holding good of the Oahu College chorus. The Knmnhemaha Hoys were well to the front musically with Hawai ian melodies, supplemented with or chestral music. Miss Adams, with her well drilled boys from the Royal School In the Wand Drill achieved a hit. The youngsters were completely under dis cipline but marched and countermarch ed with a vim and evident boyish plea sure ln their work that helped the suc cess of the number materially. Five little sylphs, trained by Mrs. Gunn, bounded out of fairyland, danced with airy abandon, like forest leaves In a breeze, with all the grace of youth and the elan of the professional danseuse. Under the immediate training of Mrs. Russell a cottonlleld full of darkles sang the Old Kentucky Home with appro priate gesture while the calcium shifted the'green and red lights of the Kaa ,,,u scn0 colors on the changing tableau. i v. ...css' "Ivy Green" cantata, appro priately changed to the "Mailo Green" was the final number. Pretty girls sur rounded a Malle May Day queen and, ln answer to her bidding, after they had saluted her with speech and song, "footed it neatly on the green." Each carried a wreath of malle, the leis en tering prominently Into a number of Intricate figures and graceful poses exe cuted In unexceptional manner. The scent of the molle came out from tne stage like a breath from the wooa land and the girls might have been as many dryads had it not been for the , eminently material but useful presence of Captain Berger, his baton and his band n the background. Ah a climax the girls grouped for a graceful tableau representing Hawaii offering memorial before the picture of MeKlnley while Uncle Sam and Columbia smilingly looked on. Miss Anna Tucker made a graceful 1 queen of tho mimic court and Miss Emma Taylor sang charmingly in fresh soprano a pretty solo that added tc the success of the number. Miss Cooper, daughter of Governor Cooper, made a little speech of welcome to the queen In self possessed, winsome man ner. Some $350 is expected to be cleared for the benefit of the fund from the re ceipts. $4G6 was realized on the sale ot tickets an amount to which the per formers themselves contributed no small share, many of them buying their way in besides giving their services on the stage. Altogether the affair was a great success and well deserving the hard work of those who had planned und carried out the entertainment. MAY DAY AT LAHA1NA. Interesting Exercises Given by School Children Yesterday. the LAHAINA, May 1. On May Day morning the school children gave an In teresting entertainment, under the di rection of Mr. Henry Dickenson and other teachers, in the school yard. The Maypole inarches, the Japanese drill, the doll drill, and tho Hag raising were plasant Incidents. The musical selec tions were creditably rendered. Miss Annie Hose was May Queen, and Miss Matilda Napaepae raised the flag. The progrum was as follows. Instru mental, "Tho Daisies" Lahalnaluna; singing, "May .Song No. 1" Lahulna; Recitation, "May Morn" Kaowao Ma halo: Singing, "May Song" Lahalna; Recitation, "It Is May" Kahalenoe: Singing, "Waiting for the May" Lahal na Primary Department; Recitation, "May Day" Minn BnuVn; Singing, "Lahalnaluna" Laliainaluna; Recitation "Queen of the Mny" Rebecca Kanea loha; Instrumental "Good News" La liainaluna; Recitation "Ballad of the Tempest" Chang Loy; Singing "Musi cal Johnnie" Lahalna Primary Depart ment; Slngng "Up Away" Lahalna; Doll Drill, Lahnlna Primary Depart ment; Singing "Heavenly Father" La. halna Primary Department; Singing, "Class Song" Lahalnaluna; Japanese Drill, Lahalna Prmary Department; Maypole march and dance, Lahalna; Singing, "Ilawol Ponol;" Recitation, "Barbara Frletche" Robert Cockett; Recitation, "John Mnynnrd" John Kau haehao, Recitation "On tho Shores of Tennessee" Albert IIu: Instrumental, "Jingle Bells," Lahalnaluna: Singing, "Star. Spangled Banner" Lahainaluii.t; PraySi Rev. Dr. A. B. Weymouth; Singing "'Hall to the Flag of the Free." FELL 1000 FEET. LAHAINA, May 1. A few days ago a Japanese laborer, In the gulch near La hainuluua, fell a distance estimated at 1000 feet,, and was Instantly killed. On Tuesday' morning another Jnpaneso ro celved Injuries from a fall. Some of the men employed In this work nre sus pended In midair by ropes, and their , task Is necessarily hazardous. AT ST, LOUIS FAIR COMMISSIONER JOHN BARRETT EXPLAINS THE PROJECT TO HONOLULU MEN. COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO BE GIN WORK. Representative Gathering of Business Men to Meet the Commissioner in the Capitol Building. The meeting yesterday of citizens wlth commissioner John Barrett, of (h r . pP(.hno inn lingham to take up the matter and bring it before the Merchants' Associa tion, the Chamber of Commerce and Planters' Association. Commissioner Barrett was several times applauded during the course of a vigorous presentation of the subject of the meeting. He first described the lurge scope of the fair, and the enthu siasm of nations all over the world in preparing the exhibitions they propose to 'send. As to Hawaii the Commis sioner said: "The St. Louis Worlds Fair will give Hawaii her first opportunity under the new regime of annexation to show her self to tho rest of the United States in her true light. It will enable her to convince the people of the great cen tral portion of the United States, and through them their Senators and Con gressmen, that her growing materlul and political Interests must be recog nized and safe-guarded In tho legisla tion of Congress. A comprehensive and creditable exhibit of Hawaii will be described and pictured by the" press of the entire United States. "On the other hand, If Hawaii Is not represented at all, or In a limited way, adverse comment will be excited and unfavorable comparisons will oe made v.iih other States, Territories, and out lying possessions, that will surely re act to her disadvantage. Were this Exposition merely sectional, or limited It: plan and scope, with only a few States and countries taking part, the absence of Hawaii, or the presence of a small exhibit, would not be particu larly noticed. On the other hand, In view of the undoubted magnitude of the indertaking, Hawaii must bo there, and in such a way as is com- I meusurate with her wealth and with her growing importance as a magic land of the mld-Pdjinc. "Let me emphasize here that it is the announced determination of the Loui siana Purchase Exposition manage ment that discreditable, low-class vau deville and spectacular effects shall not be allowed a place within the lim its of this Worlds Fair. It is Its ac knowledged intention to avoid those unfortunate characteristics which hnvo been so prominent In other Expositions. In other words, we want Hawaii to be seen, studied, and admired at St. Louis Ir her legitimate exhibits, rather than made an agent for theatrical amuse ment In the form of hula-hula dances. "That this may come home to you all the stronger, I might put it In another way: Provided the business interests and the Government of Hawaii will participate on a scale which will be creditable alike to the Island and to the Exposition, the olllclals and citi zens ot this Territory can "rest assured that Hawaii will not be disgraced by unwholesome Midway attractions. On the other hand, If Hawaii should de cline to participate and therefor? not show even as much Interest as the Ex- j position management, the latter cannot be blamed If In granting concessions, in order to have some kind of Hawaiian participation, some features creep in which might not meet your approval. "Knowing personally and officially the wishes of President Roosevelt and the United States Government on the one hand, and of President Frnncii, and the Louisiana Purchase Exposition on the other hand, I would urge upon you to make such an industrial, economic, agricultural, educutional, geographical, ethnological, and government exhibit, as will Interest and instruct all who visit the St. Louis Worlds Fair, and as will react to your vast advantage. Let the people ot the United States see the old and the new Hawaii; let them be able to note your actual resources and your methods of developing them: let them have the opportunity of seeing native Hawaiian)' In other than a Mid way village and dance-hull. Let them look at your sugar plantations and their workings on a small but repre sentative scale that will speak plainly of what you have at stake ln that in dustry; let them be convinced of your advnncn In educational and economic lines: let them bo taught there tho I roblems and conditions that confront your government, so that you may have their sympathy and interest to a greater degree; let them look at your inlands in miniature geographical rc I reduction that they mny underjtand the conformation and area. "In conclusion, I would make a hum Mo recommendation on the all Import rut question .of ways and means, llec cgulzlng that your Government can do nothing except by act of your legisla ture, whose next session Is yet a long ways off, I would strongly advlso that the community at large, or through Its leading organizations, such as the Chamber of Commerce, Merchants' As sociation, and Planters' Association, appoint a World's Fair Promotion Committee, or u Hawaiian World's Fair A-isoclation. to take preliminary steps and devise ways and means. Homethlng of this kind I would res pectfully urge should bo done without delay, whether the Exposition Is to bo held in 1S03 or'l'JOI. If held in the for mer year such procedure Is Imperative and Is the only way of securing Ha waiian participation; if In the latter year there will not be one day too many In which to mako the necessary pre parations for an exhibit of which you will bo pround. "Such a committee or association could take Bteps for a popular subscrip tion which, in view of your great busi ness interests here, should amount to a large sum, and it can awaken public eentiment so thn your legislature will fell duty bound to supplement such EXHIBITION V-V.V.V.'.'.VV.VV.'.V.W.".". . HAWAIIAN Engineering & Construction Go. Rooms 008, 000, 010 Stnngonwald Building, All classes of Engineering work solicited. Examinations, Surrey and Reports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electrical Construction. Plans and Specifications and Estimates prepared, and Construction Superintended In ell branches of Engineering Worh. Con tracts solicited for Railroads, electric and steam: Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Foundations, Piers, Wharves, etc. SPECIAL ATTENTION, riven to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports of properties for Investment purposes. FREDERICK J. AMWEG, M. Am. Soo. C. E., V 2j W. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary W1VWAVAVAW,VAV.V.V1V1V.VAWWlVW.Vrt funds with a Territorial appropriation. More than a dozen States and Terri tories In the United States proper are already pursuing this method. I would odvlEe early action furthermore so that there can be a responsible agency to communicate at onco with the Worlds Fair management and safeguard the Interests of Hawaii In the preliminary preparations at St. Louis and to mako necessary reservations of a suitable location for a building and ample space." When the Commissioner ceased speaking Cooper suggested that tho meeting take some action at once, look ing to the formation of an organiza tion. W. A. Bowen thought that tho matter should bo placed before tho business men's organization of the city In order that they might take time to consider the choice of men who nre to look after the preparation of an exhi bit. Representative Dickey seconded this motion, and Dillingham, Schaefer, Cleghorn nnd Atherton expressed simi lar views, with the result that a com mittee was finally named, to act tem porarily, bringing the matter before the association of business men Note Heads, Bill Heads, Letter Heads and all kinds of Job and Commercial printing neatly and promptly executed at tho Star Ofllce. CAMARA & CO., P. E. Corner Queen and Alakea Streets. DEALER IN Wines, Beers and Liquors NEW STOCK JUST OPENED, COMPRISING THE BEST BRANDS OF ALL KINDS OF UQUORS FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED P. O. BOX 06 1. TEL. BLUE 402. Wage Earners M axre IV o Excuse For living ln small hot quar ters In the city, when lots containing 15,000 sq. ft. enn be purchased for $20.00 cash and $10.00 per month in tho coolest suburb of Honolulu. The remaining lots In KA IMUKI TRACT are being sold on these terms. Pos session Immediate. APPLY TO TRUSTEES GEAR, LANSING & CO. JUDD BUILDING, FORT STREET. Waikiki Inn For a quiet rest and a pleasant Sunday, the attractions at tho Inn are unsurpassed. Finest surf bathing and canoeing on the Island. - Excellent cu o and the best of service. L. H. DEE - Prop. W. Beswick, -unnagor. Edmond Johnston, Steward, Miss Mary Smith, Stewardess. TAKE THE CAR TO WAI KIKI. Advertise your Wants in the Star. ,VW.V.VAVAWAW, VWWi Engineer nnd Mnnngnr. and Treasurer. CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED Commission merchants. SUGAR FACTORS. AGENTS FOn The Ewa Plantation Company. j The Waialua Agricultural Co., AM. Tho Kohala Sugar Company The Walmea Sugar Mill Company. 1 The Fulton Iron Works, St LouU, KM, The Standard Oil Company. The G rge F. B ke Steam Pa ' Weston's Centrifugals. The New England Mutual Life Inner ance Company of Boston. The Aetna Fire Insurance Company, Bl Hartford, ( onn. The Alliance Assurance Company M London. i Dandruff is a disease. Not a naturaj condition of tho scalp. The Itching, tha Irritation, the white ilnkes on tha clothes, the rapid loss ot hair each ln. dicatc tho disorder and Its end bald ness. No matter what caused your dandruff, how long you haye had It, or how severe it is, Pacheco's Dandruff Killer is a positive cure. PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER. Sold by nil druggists and at the Union! Barber Shop, Telephone Main 232. CASTLE & C00KE. LIM1TEI Life and Fire Insurance hgmh tSf AGENTS FOH flfcj, NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, OT BOSTON. OF HARTFORD. CONN Japanese Kimonos FOR Ladies and Girls TEA SETS, ETC. ALSO. Goods and Curios at Telephone 3311 White. Corner of Nuuanu and Hotel Street. Now Goods Received By Every Steamer From Jar an I I FIRE INSURANCE CO