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THE HAWAIIAN STAIt, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1909.
FIVB .41. . . A r3: ,, , , , imiincmi i c TPniipr u v. : 1 1 ivk:; tiOfe. x y i ii-c unuiii mm r KMSKW Xm - b iiciftfflr j if " i mm m TBEftTER He mnmt Li Biter THE Princess Rink OoenlEvery Evening The Wlso & Milton aggregation of colored artists did not leave by the Alameda today, after all, Instead, they are going to stay over another stunn er, and on the mean time moat of the performers jaro going to show at Aloha Park, on Hotel street, beginning to night. The large banners In front, of the place, announce that thero will be a big vaudeville bill In connection with moving pictures for the admis sion clmrgc of live cents. 10. , sell. LATEST SHIPPING. Wednesday, November ' San Francisco Arrived Nov. .Muriel, from Honolpu Oct. 21. San Francisco Arrived Nov. 10, S. S. Hllonian, henco Nov. 2. San Francisco Sailed Nov. 10, S. S. Enterprise, for Hllo. Yokohama Sailed Nover 10, S. Asia, for Honolulu. S. REAL ESTATE FOU SALE. A genuine bargain In good residen tial section, suitable for small family. .V story and a halt house with all modern improvements, stables, wash- house, etc. Price, S32G0.0U. Building lot In Manoa Vallay, Kai- mukl Parle, and Walalae Tract. Uaatt dr Installments. FOR RENT. Unfurnished housoe In College Hills, King street, Pawaa, .Matlock Avenuo. A partially furnlsned cottage on beach at Walklkl. The Czar .to Alphonso: We are both on the bomb, Alphonso, but wo would not quit out Jobs of ruling to rany- thing on earth, m ' ANOTHER D1IEN AT SETTLEMENT (Continued from page one.) SCHOOLS ' AT HALElWA. Manager Kimball, who is something of a tennis enthusiast, has put the court at Halelwa In splendid condition and many enjoyablo sets are played there. For a long time under the for mer management tennis was sacrificed to golf but under the new both sports are indulged in. Thero Is no better place for the golfer than Halelwa be cause tho links are so well situated. It Is always cool and the playing Is pleasanter In consequence. The ta ble at Halelwa Is equal to any In the country and the service better than most hotels. Tho wide verandahs, too, are inviting and those who go to Khls famous resort for a rest find it. The ride by auto Is always pleasant. Ten per cent, penalty Is to be add ed to all taxes not paid before the 15th Instant. flBI AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5 EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO 10:30 EXHIBITION OF Fancy Skating dre, the parish priest of Kalaupapa and pastor of St. Francis' churdh. With him was the ever smiling Father Joseph, parish priest of Kala wao and pastor of the stone church, hallowed by the long ministry, life-loner sacrifice, and death of Father Damien. .-i. . ... i - - 'It is the church and what it stands for tnat keeps tile lepers irom GOVERNOR THINKS SCHOOL FUND FIne JoD prjnUnB. star Office. discouragement and desoair. Since Father Damien bit lit his stone church at Kalawao there has not been a single suicide in Molokai, whereas before they were of frequent occurrence. After nartakinp- of a modest luncheon in the home of Father Max- ime we visited the Bishop Home for Girls, conducted by the Sisters of St. Francis, whose mother house is at Syracuse, N. Y., the Bald BY. ?Hiss .Emma Wiener -Champion Lady Stater of the World, ADMISSION: 1B.; Skates, 15c. Park Theater Tom Armstrong AND Verne & Verne Changes Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.' COMMISSION'S PROPOSAL GOOD BUT DOUBTS EXPEDIENCY OF INTRODUCING AT THIS SESSION PIIE 181 Corner Fort and Merchant Streeto, Instantaneous WIRELESS "' On Sunday mornings the office Is open from S to 10. Classified Advertising WANTED. New Advertisements NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL LEASES OF AGRICULTURAL LANDS, AT NORTH KOHALA, HAWAII. Wo want to shavo you, also wo want you to see our solid koa fix tures and largo mirrors. Nothing like it any whero elso in Hawaii. Wo havo tho besC barbers in town. H. Jeffs, 942 Bethel street. FOR RENT. Referring to the proposal of the Rnhnnl Fund Commission mat L,on- Qnnrorl cress be asked to designate one-third J 7 O - I it.. -,..A. mrnmiA nllnTOfl In Hearts of Tesus ' and Marv. and final v the home and laboratory of "t lu". Vua.l.um. i:."",T. Father Joseph, the worth successor of Father Damien at Kalawao. 1 Governor FreT said Today " o'elock noon, Monday, Dec. l,,Apply 379 Beretanla gtreet. Father Joseph as an interesting personality. A typical Frenchman, tnat it would bo a good thing could ' FlrBt C,M8 1 r0om ' Largo airy furnished room, close to town. Hot and cold water, elec- i trie light, mosquito proof. Cheap. ward VII. of England. CAUSE OF LEPROSY UNKNOWN. he is also a graduate physician. He has been in Molokai 2o years, It ta a d V "uld be Pu'bl.e auction under provisions of where he has made a careful study of leprosy in all its forms. Near notnln f0r neW gCu0ol buildings. Part V, Land Act 1S5, Section 278-2S5 the stone church built by Father Damien and hallowed by the memo- in tho Governor's opinion the liro- Inclusive, Rovlsed Laws of Hawaii, nes ot ins Jong ministry there, 1'ather Joseph lias erected a laboratory, posai wouiu nave a oouer emmuo uenerai ceases or tno toiiowmg ues- perhaps the most remarkable in existence. .The first dollar given' to tlian the formr onZvJnct f crlbed lands:- Father Joseph for its erection came from Robert Louis Stevenson, TrS sSflvper JT.lT'ls ST "LtZ and some of the chirurgical instruments which Father Joseph prizes t of the Jthat SSi a agric Itu a an" most highly were given him by the then Prince of Wales, now Ed- foy, .fPL E???FlL?i ?nt Upset rental $744.00 per annum. Pay- succeed in its purpose," tho Gover- able semi-annually in advance. Term nor said, "it made a good impression of leaso 15 years from December 13th, having results in appropriations for 1009 . What causes leprosy is unknown. Although references to it are the Territory. (2) Land of Kahel (makai), con found in the earliest written records, nothing positive has ever been The way to have tho matter tainlng an area of 8G acres, mor6 or discovered about it. Every on.ee in a while reports are Heard of a Dt"e - work l leper that has been cured, but no authentic case of .a cure has ever for lt. It la a que8tlon however u,p,set re"taI "5.?,? pe annum. a- come to lieht whether it would bo advlsablo to in- v-uiuc ujjiii. t a,, of lease 15 vears from December 13th. There are those who contend that leprosy is due to uncleanliness " " l 1909. and bad diet. Certainly, the first cause does not apply to the Hawaii- havo tne Organic Act amended." (3) Land of Hualua, containing an ans, for there are no cleaner people anywhere. In fact, half of their Governor Froar Added that work nrea of 274' acres, more or loss, being lime is passed in the water. There may be something in the diet would be continued for appropriations classed as agricultural land. Upset theory, however. The great dish of the Hawaiians is raw fish with -J rental js 00 per annum. Payable First claBB furnished rooms centraV ly located. Hot and cold baths, llngton Hotel. 215 Hotel St WANTED TO BUY Old books, magazines, Hawaiian stamps and curios. Books exchanged. Weedon Curio Bazaar. Fort Street, above PauahL PIANO-TUNING AND REPAIRING. Tamea Snsrldan, tuner and repair ing ot pianos and organs. No. lta, Hotel street, orders left at Hawaiian Newfl Co., Young bulldlns. GooS planofl to rent or sell at cheapest ratet. DRAMATIC. MARIE KENNY, Dramatic Studio, 175 Beretanla. Practical 3-months prlvato course. Acting; Elocution, Monologues, Vaudeville, Dancing, Reading, Graco Culture. Phono 33. Honolulu Athletic Park Sunday, November 14 Baseball 1:30 P. M. C. Ai C. vs. IC A. C. ' J. a! C. vs. u. s. m. C. SEATS, 10c, lbe, 25c noi, and tne rawer tne hsn tne Detter, As the Kinau was about to leave the "isle of the living death" and return to Honolulu, to civilization, to God's sunlight and God's coun trv. I asked a olain nuestion of Father Maximc. "Where is the neces' ' . sity of these churches, of this settlement, of this" devotion, of- these homes, of the enormous expenses the government of Hawaii makes yearly to keep this island of exile at the highest possible standard what is the use of all these things? Would it not be more simple, more economical and above all more humane to end at once the life of those miserable creatures for whom these is no earthly hope?'' Father Maxime took my question almost as a perspnal insult. But lie answered it kindly enough. Remember, my son, God cives life and He will take it away in His own erood time. Tn public building and secure further items for harbor improvements. OATHS OF SPIES ARE DISBELIEVED semi-annually in advance, leaso 15 years from December, 13th, 1909 (4) Tho mauka portion of tho land of Huklaa-Oplhlpau, containing nn area ot 21C acres, moro or less, being classed as agricultural land Upset rental ? 132. 00 per annum Payable semi-annually In advanco Term of leaso 15 years from December 13th, Hashlgawa was found not guilty of 1909 selllnK liauor without a llconso by Makai nortlon of tho land of ii limn r iii i i j ... . ... i ' ' . . . ,7T- . the following lury in Juugo uo uoits Hukloa-Onlhlnau. containing an area lie said, (in4t court , David Richards, E. O. Brans, of C02 acrcg. moro or ess, being class vvm. iv. isaac, j. 11. uummmgs, u. i .,, TTnot rontni - is .. . - M m i L'u i try inioLuiiii iuiiui x v tne meantime it is our uinstian ciuiy to see to it mat we mane uic ""'"L"""" s unn mil HOM FOR RENT FURNISHED. Prlco. ?30.00. EYES CAN KILL A prominent lawyer in this city ad mitted ho had no idea that all his nervousness, loss .of memory, sleep lessness and other consequent disorders .ot mind and body wero duo to eyo strain. Sleep is impossible lt tho nerves aro not at rest. . Tho nerves rule the body. Eyo troubles aro often tho result ot shattered nerves and stomacn aisor ,ders. If you cannot sleep, it's prob ably due to your eyesl Sight restored to all by AlohaPark S. E. LUCAS PARISIAN OPTICIAN. Masonic Bldg, cor. Hotel and Alakea. Captain Corwin P. Roes has been assumed by tho Navy department that he will bo retained on this eta- 'tlon" until about tho time of hla re tirement, Sept. 4, 1910, and soon re ceive hla commission as rear admiral dating from October 'ii, iu. jnnt Job Pnnrrns, Ctar amc. .i.. r i.: i:r ii. .i rtui cc!M W". L. Austin, S. F. Nott, John Bort- ii-iHaiHmjj uys ui uicu mc as jjicumn aim wuuuuuuh; feld, F. J. Turner and Thomas Loo. we are uname to uo mucn, but wnat we ao. is uone witn pleasure. A m. Brown nrosocutcd and E. M. i Thev are our brothers and we must treat them as brothers. Watson defended tho case. It Is said ' . . .. . . . I 4t.. al.- ,.lt... X I - L AT. T I tint- ic tho sninJ- nf thp mpn nnr wnmnn nf r;nrl flir Tirurn rnwn mo imiuro iu uuiiviul iuu uuir ,-.r. r, nlf,n t UnU .,,1 ., fl 1. - " oecuuso mo jury woum Vl. "i'"" uuu "'""a" not bollevo tho evldenco of paid spies. nas yet ueen iounu ior leprosy, it is a consolation to Know mat me work and example of Father Damien and of the priests and religious who have succeeded him brought to them, without question, through the Board of Health of Hawaii, everything demanded and made an ideal settlement far in advance of those provided by other nations for the accommodation of those similarly afflicted. - , GENERAL DIRECTORS. The non-lenrotis white nooulation of the lcncr settlement of Molo kai includes the superintendent, kindly, genial "Jack" McVeigh; the lesident nhvsicians. Dr. Goodhue and Dr. Hoffman: "Brother' Joseph Dutton, an American convert, the comrade, "friend and associate of Father Damien; the two priests, Fathers Maximc and Joseph; five brothers of the Sacred Hearts, in charge of the Baldwin Home, and jix Franciscan Sisters, iti charge of the Bishop Home for Girls. All of these persons, each in its own field of endeavor, continues to demonstrate to a skeptical world that the age of devotion, the age of abnegation, the age of heroism is not yctdead. And while it still lives there is hope for the world. At 5 o'clock that Sunday afternoon we returned to the Kinau; the Royal Hawaiian Band once more played "Aloha Oe," and with tears in our eyes we took final leave of Fathers Maxime and Joseph, we said a long, last farewell to poor Brother S'erapion and a final wor'j of cKeer to the little party that had gathered about the landing, after which we started on our way back to Honolulu, thoroughly happy inthe knowledge that we would soon be again in God's own country far, far away from the desolation, solitude, sorrows and unspeakable sufferings of the, "Isle qf the Living.Death." $501.00 per annum. Pnyahlo semi annually in advance. Teerm of leaso 15 years from December 13th, 1909. Reservations regarding land required by tho Government for settlement, public, or reclamation purposes, will bo omhodled in theso leases. Conditions regarding fencing will bo embodied in theso leases. Cost of advertising to bo paid by the Purchnser. For maps and further Information, apply to tho offlco of tho Commissioner of Public Lands, Honolulu. MARSTON CAMPBELL, Commissioner ot Public Lands. Dated at Honolulu, November 9th, 1909 Gts Nov. 10, 17, 21, Dec. 1, 8, 11. This property is known as tho Ather ton premises, consists of a splendid 2 story, 10 room houso on Pacific Heights. 4 bedrooms, modern plumb ing, clectrict lights, garage. iwaa from city to property is in good con dition for wagons and nutomobileB. Uninterrupted view from Dlamopd Head to Pearl Harbor. ( Big Vaudeville ' Colored Minstrels HAWAIIAN LODGE NO. A. M. 21, F. & AND Moving Pictures 5 Cents RESERVED SEATS 10 CENTS 7 THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL meeting of Hawaiian Lodgo No. 21, F. and A. M., at lte hall, Masonia Tom' nlo corner of Hotol and Alakoa streets. THIS (Wednesday) EVEN ING, Nov. 3, 1909, at 7:30 o'clock. WORK IN FIRST DEGREE Members of Pacific Lodgo. Oceanic Lodgo, and all visiting brethren, nro fraternally Invited to attend. By ordor of tho W; M. K. R, G. WALLACE Secretary. Trent Trust Co., LtfLMs BY AUTHORITY RESOLUTION. Honolulu, October 1G, 1909. BE IT RESOLVED by tho Board of Supervisors, of fho City and Coun ty of Honolulu, Territory or Hawaii, tbnt tho sum of Eight Hundred and Nlnoty-two B0-100 Dollars (5892.50) bo and is horeby appropriated out of tho General Fund for tho paymont of claim known as Petrolothlc Rolling Tampor, Englno, etc. Presented by Supervisor J. C. QUINN. ' Approved tills Cth day of' Novom ber, A. D. 1909. JOSEPH J. FERN, Mayor, lOts Nov. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, IC, 17, 18. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Williams Da mon havo issued invitations for tho marrlngo of their daughtor Violotllap pcr to Doctor Frank Lnwrenco Put man on Tuesday evening, November 23, at 8 o'clock, at Central Union church. ,