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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 81, 1805.
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City of Honolulu.
Seldom, if over, lias Biich an a
Fcmblago gathered together in'
Honolulu as that of yesterday to
witness tho ceremonies incidental
to Decoration Day. Long before
tho procession started the streets
wore lined by crowds of people of
all fuzes, ages and nationalities,
who waited patiently to see what
proved to be ono of tho finest mili
tary parade witnessed in this city.
At the cemetery from early morn
until late in the afternoon friends
and relatives of those who aro sleep
ing their labt sleep were busy in
strewing flowers, wreaths and leis
about their graves. To give any
extended description of theso floral
emblems or of any particular gravo
would take up columns. Suflico it
to say that they far exceeded any
thing of tho kind ever seen here.
A little '.eforo 3 o'clock tho First
Regiment, under command of Colo
nel McLean left tho barrackR and
marched to the boat landing for
the purpose of escorting the Phila
delphia's battalion to tho grand
army headquarters on King street.
At 3:30 the procession started on
its march to tho cemetery. The
following were in line:
Capt. Cook, Lieut. Itcnkiu and 14 Mem
bers Mounted Patrol.
1'olico Squad of !)7 under Command of
Colonel McLean and Mounted Staff,
Captains Cooper and Gartenborj?.
Comnnnv E. Cantata Good.
Company l. Captain W. O. Wildor, Jr.
Lieutenant-Colonel Fisher on Horseback
Compauv C, Captain Camara.
Company li, Captain Whito (headod by
Color bearer D. Ji. Nnono.)
Company A, Captain Smith.
Company F, Captain Zicglor.
Philadelphia Battalion in Command of
Lieutenant - Commander Ingersoll.
Ofllccru Surgeon. Guest; Adjutant,
Ensign Hussey; Ordnanco Officer,
Gunner Eilors: Chiof of Pioncors,
Carponter Sheppard: Quartormastcr
Four Sailors Carrying Platform with
Beautiful Floral Design.
Captain Cochrane and Marines.
Philadelphia Companies Commanded by
Lieutenants Werlich and Hoogow
crss, Ensigns Field and Shoe
maker. Hospital Corps with Stretchers, etc.
Grand Army Members a3), 8 from U. S
Carriages President Dolo, Adjutant
Genoral Sopcr, Captain Kinney.
Ministers Smith, Hatch and King.
United States Minister Willis and Con
Admiral Boardsloo and Staff.
Captain Cottou nud Ofliccrs.
Rov. Mr. Birnie and G. A. B. Veteran
On arriving at tlio cemetery tho
troops were grouped about tho
Grand Army lot, where a stand had
been erected for tho speakers and
seats provided for distinguished
visitors. Members of the G. A. R.
post were seated about the en
closure. Tho exorcises were opened by tho
reading of "The Duty of the Day"
by Pdst Commander Wright. After
a selection by tho band, Chaplain
L. L. La Piorre read tho prayor,
followed by "To-day is the Festival
of Our Dead" by tho Post Com
mander. Members of tho Post
then laid flowers upon tho graves
of their comrades. After reading
by the Chaplain of ' Comrade by
This Service" and a selection by
tho band, Comander Wright intro
duced Hon. L. A. Thurston, who
delivered tho address of tho day.
Mr. Thurston's remarks were elo
quent, thoughtful and impressive
and delivered in his usual style.
They wore appropriate to tho occa
sion and had tho merit of not being
Following Mrj Thurston's ad
dress Adjutant W. L. Eaton read
tho following roll-call of tho dead:
Charles Wilson, Edward L. Har
vey, Geo. Shiply, Joseph Tilden,
S. L. Buckland, Geo. C. Williams,
Edward Harris, James W. Ilamcy,
Charles N. Arnold, Charles P.
James, Philip Lauth, Jonathan
Austin, Geo. W. Yarrick, Geo. L.
Babcock, John McCabe, Joseph II.
Lovejoy, J. II. Putnam, Geo. W.
Munson, J. V. Simonson.
This was followed by tho "Salute
to tho Dead" by tho marines of tho
Philadelphia. The exercises closed
with the singinji of "America" and
tho boncdiction by Rov. D. P,
Birnie, after which tho buglers of
tho Philadelphia sounded "taps."
Tho following named veterans
turned out and marched to tho
Cemetery and back:
John N, Wright, Co. 11, 22nd N.
Chas. II. Eldridge, Co. C, 12th
Louis Adler, Co. A, fith Calif.
W. C. Wilder, Co. II, loth Illi
W. L. Eaton, Co. I, -1th Michi
L. La Pierre, Co. I. 3d U. S.
W. McCandless, Co. M, 2nd
S. McKc.tguc, Co. B, 38th Penn.
R. J. Greene, Co. B, 26th Conn.
F. Sherman, Co. A, 6th Calif.
T. II. Bochme, C. C, oth Mis
souri. W. F. Williams, Co. II, 8th Cali.
Urband Conklin, Co. F, 18th N.
Thomas Phillips, 50th N. Y. En
gineers. Frank May, 28th Pennsylvania.
W. A. Johnson, 4th Iowa Cavalry.
C. James Sherwood, 16th Illinois.
C. B. Edwards, 5th Iowa Cavalry.
H. J. Rhoades, 4th Iowa Cavalry.
James Dodd, Co. A, 14th New
T. K. McDonell, Oth Mass. In
fantry. Georgo W. Smith, 5th N. Y. In
fantry. "Duryea's Zouaves."
C. H. Fox, 4th and 11th N. Y.
William Russell, 2d Connecticut
Frank J. Colbert, Dennis Kelle
her, John Wade, Edward Irving,
James Burke, Peter Mullen, O. M.
Wall, T. Sheean, (all now on U. S.
S. Philadelphia at present hero),
J. I). Conn, Jumes Tague, J. W.
Monroe, J. E. Sheehan, Robert T.
Lawless, W. H. Hawes, and Frank
KCIIOKS KHOM TIIK MARCH.
Post Commander Wright wrestled
through the march from start to
finish like a "vet."
Lieutenant Commander Ingersoll
should feel proud of the Philadel
phia battalion they all feel proud
There were several sudden meet
ings between wandering comrades
at tho Grand Army rooms.
Only four American flags wore
displayed along the Nuuanu street
route. Tho largest and best at tho
residence of P, C. Jones.
Tho veterans did not connect
with tho 600 bottles of soda wator
provided by P. C. Jones for their
L. Adler was the oldest (70) and
C. B. Edwards (48) tho youngest
of tho "vets."
Tho "bloody Ninth," Col. Cass's
well-known Boston regiment, was
represented by Captain T. K. Mc
Donnell. Frank May, a member of the
local Firo Department, was ono of
Gen. Grant's oiderlit. Ho was at
tho side of Gen. Sedgowick at tho
battle of Spottsylvania, when that
officer was killed.
Tho Rov. Birnie was blessed by
the "vets" and volunteers for his
judgment in prayer.
Tho Reader of the day looked
cool and comfortable, but not en
Col. McLean used the column
judiciously, several halts en routo
testifying to his good judgment.
The volloy firing by tho marino
guard of the U. S. S. Philadelphia
was mo3t noticcablo for its exact
ness, tho thirty-four guns exploding
Thcro was not an' abundance of
crepe upon cither the flags or armn
of the veterans.
Tho Philadelphia's contribution
of flowers was both generous and
All of the great battles by land
and sea of tho American Rebellion,
had participants in the lino of the
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