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SUNDAY BULLETIN. HONOLULU. IT. T.. SUNDAY, MAY 4, M902.
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All-American Team Fails
to Appear in Tug-of-
MAKE GOOD SHOWING
Sorrow on Punchbowl at Record Beat
ing Pull Which Defeated Por
The All American tugof-wnr team
failed to show up last night at the
contest In the Aala warehouse, and the
Longshoremen ns a consequence won
by default The Public Works team
deflated the Portuguese team after a
record-beating pull, and there Is gen
eral sorrow on Punc.uowl.
At 8 o'clock last night the Aala
wjicIioiibo was filled up with n motley
Ui'ong which canio to witness the con
test and ehcournge the teams they
were backing. On each side of the
lingo were boxes with chatrs. These
were filled and an Interested crowd
siTged against the ropes on all sides.
The tugof-war Is popular.
A 'disappointment was In store for
the crowds, however The All Ameri
can (earn failed to materialize. Sever
al of Its members were sick and ns a
consequence the rest of the team kept
Manager V. C. Crook mopped his
brow. Then 'ho resolutely decided
tbnt as a pull had been advertized a
pull should be given at all odds, and
be called for volunteers from among
the spectators. He soon succeeded In
Fathering a team of husky natives, un
known to fame but pretty nearly equal
In weight to the Longshoremen. Chal
mers Graham stood up Before the rub
lie and gae It as his decision that as
ton constitution followed the flag his
team was really an "All American"
team. Every one was satisfied and the
teems sat down on the cleats, grasped
fe rope and at 8:23 tho pistol was fir
ed and tho pull started.
For a" few minutes neither tide
budged an Inch. Then tho All Ameri
cans slowly began to give away. After
three minutes' pulling the Longshore-
Men gained six Inches. A minute aft
cr they had a foot. Again the teams
It- vain strained every muscle tugging
tho ropo with no avail. The Long'
rhoremen gained a couple of Inches
but lost them again. Then tho Iong
Ehorcmen suddenly made a vigorous
tug. At tho seventh mlnuto they
reached tho two foot mnrk, A moment
after the Indicator showed three feet
Another sudden pull on tho part of
the Longshoremen and an unavailing
effort by (Tie Americans. The Indica
tor slid up with a rush past tho final
nark. A pistol shot rang nut and tho
Longshoremen held the victory eight
minutes after tho starting of tho pull.
Owing to the absence of the original
All American team all bets were de
clared off. The All American team in
Its former shape can be considered ns
disbanded but a new team will be fann
ed which will pull on Thursday nlgl.t.
Tho scconl pull between the Pi.lul:
Works team and the Portuguess Uam
was in all ways a good one When ihe
two teams passed to their placed tho
contrast between them win very sulk
ing. The big husky IlAwitUiis of the
Public Works team nppeared about
twlco as large ns tho smaller Portu
guese but the latter team can, oven If It
lost the pull, pride itself on the fact
that it offered tho most stubborn re
install -o seen as yet In thev) Island".
It Is mid that tho local record Ij r.l
mimic. Tho Portugese hrld out f.,r
nvrlv 3C minutes, The longest lima
In this tournament has been '" mln
utoii For the first flvo mlnutea of the pull
neither side budged an inch. Then the
Public Works suddenly gained fcalf n
foot and kept It. At six minutes nfter
the start they tried for a gain by a
sudden pull but failed to get an Inch.
At seven minutes they gained two
Inches but the Portuguese brought the
Indicator back to" the 6 Inch mark at 9
minutes. Then the teams pulled In
silent combat for several minutes.
I Words of encouragement sound" i fiom
all sides and the strained muscles find
henvj perspiration of the pullers show
ed the determined efforts made oy both
I At 10 minutes the Public Works had
10 Indies, at 10 minutes pnt 1 foot C
Inches nnd nt IS minutes 2 i'c". At 19
minutes they hail gained 2 feet S In-
dies, nt 21 minutes 3 fret 0 lichcs. but
in minute later thev had gon- link to
the three foot mnrk. After "0 m'nutci
the struggle hovered nroun 1 Hie 3
foot fi Inches mnrk with a gain and
loss of an Inih or two almost every
minute. At thlrtv minutes past this
mark was reached and kept. At ."3
minutes the Public Works reachej the
four foot mark and nt 35 mlnutrs and
53 seconds past, the game was won by
the Public Works.
Many of the bets had been made that
the Portuguese would not-lasi 20 or 30
minutes respectively nnd the vigorous
risistnncc of this team wns a great
sui prise. Despite the defeat the Por
tuguese were congratulated, the II. A.
C. band struck up a martial air and the
war cr of the winning team shouted by
a chorus of Its backers. "Wcla ka hao."
HONOLULU ATHLETICS AND
(Continued from page 1.1
down the first base line for two bags.
Williams came home on a wild thiow
from catcher to third. Joy was In a
I'ilarlous mood when he went to tho
bnt. He Bcemed to bo sure of a hit,
but went out on thrco strikes, much
to tho amusement of the assembled
ctowd. Louis flew out to right. Les-
M" secured first on a slow grounder to
third. Thompson went out on an ns
K'st from short to first.
High struck out for he Artillery
rien. Smith flew out to second, nnd
1'jv lu went out on th'reo strikes.
The score stood 23 to 1 In favor of
tl.r Honolulu Athletic Club, Tho Ar
tlllcrvmen didn't have n show at any
stago of the game.
Joy, pitcher for the Honolulu Ath
It tic Club team, did splendid work,
and throughout the whole gamo only
about three hits were made off his
Score by Innings.
The score of runs by Innings for the
l.lst gamo was as follows:
1 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 9
I. A. C 1 7 9 0 2 0 12 123
Artlllory 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 01
The teams were as follow b:
H. A. C Price, 3b; Aylctl, cf; Wn
Hems, bs; Joy, p; Louis, c; Leslie, lb;
Thompson, 2b; Gleason, rf; and Hans
Artillery High. 3b; Smith. 2b; Da
vis, rf; JoneB c; Gupthl, cf; Pllncy,
lb; Lieut. Ilehr, ss; Dennett, rf; nnd
Second Game Begins.
Great enthusiasm wait shown when
(ho teams of the second game started
tut into the Held. The Knmehameha
and Malle-Illma Athletic plovers vvcro
nil well known to the people present
on tho grounds and each Uam had a
lnigo following present.
The Kamehamehas started off the
game. Kokl started the ball rolling by
sending a very high fly Into right to
Osborne, for two bags. Knanol got a
put out on first from Bhort and Kokl,
running to third, was put out at third
(Akau) on a splendid throw from Da
vis ut first, constituting a double play.
Anderson went to first on ball between
first nnd second. Jones flew out on a
liner to second and blocked Anderson,
thus completing the Inning without a
Osborne for the Malles went out on
an assist from pitcher to first. Davis
secured first on a tumble of a grounder
by Kokl nt second. A k mi's grounder
to short was thrown to second, forc
ing Davis out and was then thrown to
(list In time to cntch Akau. Tho side
wob retired without a run.
In the Second Inning.
In the second Inning Kekuewa struck
out. Clark seeming to prove a very
mvstcrlous problem Kunewnntil sent
a hot grounder to Mann at second who
sent a bee-liner to first for the runner,
who wns fairly caught. Cockett hatted
to right field for a single which was
muffed. Harbottle hit safe to right,
bringing In Cockett, nnd Pnehaolo (low
out center, Tnjlor making a beautiful
run for the ball,
Klley unit to "first on four balls
Taylor went out to first on an assist
from tho pitcher. Jones struck out.
Tobln went out on an assist from short
Most excellent ball playing character
ized the first two innings.
The Third Inning.
Kokl for the Kamehamehas sent a
It. W. Foster, Jeweler, 158 Hotel St.
Gentlemen, represent yourselves nl
the I'lrst National Saloon,
Illshop Nichols will preach at St.
Clement's chape) this morning,
Nicely furnished rooms. Popular
House, 1249 Kort St., $1.50 per week up.
Mrs. 1 Fnxon Illshop has cards out
tt meet Mrs. Sagor Illshop on Wed
rettlay, May 7.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a. complete summitry of
ibo news of the dny.
The Chinese Itellcf Society has filed
Its bv laws In the office of tho Treas
urer of the Territory,
A Japanese primary school will be
epened with ceremony nt the Buddhist
Mission today at 2 p. m.
There will bo n meeting of tho gen-
Loral committee of the G. A. It. about
the loth to make final arrangements.
Eastman pocket folding kodaks all
sizes, for salo at Honolulu Photo Sup
ply Co, at 20 per cent below regular
The owner of a monkey that has
st raved from home can hnve same by
calling at 307 Queen street nnd paying
The Arlington Hotel Annex will bo
sold by auction on Wednesday next.
James I'. Morgan will conduct tho
fnusiially attractive offerings In the
f.itcst styles of Indies' white and col
oted shirt waists nt N S. S.ichs' Dry
Goods Co. this week. See nd.
Miss Alice Downing of Onklnnd, niece
of Mr. nnd Mrs. 1" L, Goodall, who re
turned bv tho last Alameda. Is now ut
Mrs. Kreeth's, 1'mnin Btrect, for the re
mainder of her stay In Honolulu.
Captain MatBon, who has success
felly Inaugurated a direct steamship
line between San Francisco nnd Illlo,
returns to tho Coast on tho Ventura.
Hon. John A. Buck will return to
San Francisco by tho S. S. Ventura on
Tuesday. He Is well pleased with the
condition of his plantation Interests
Don't forget Camarlnos of tbo Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hnnd a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruli Telephone Main
There will bo a meeting of the Mln
i'tcrlal Union Mondny at 10 a m Tho
p,iper of tho day will bo: "What shall
a voting man do with his spare time?'
by II. C. Brown, secretary of tho Y. M.
To the tourist photography affordi
a never ending source of enjoyment. To
record with nccuracy tho events nnd
scenes of his tour Is a pleasure never to
be forgotten. Honolulu Photo Supply
Co. loans Kodaks and prints nnd devel
ops pictures on very short notice.
Mr. Jnco'uscn, who for a long tlmo
wns an overseer on the Hecla planta
tion, has leased tho Island of Mokutoo
in tho Knneohe bay, from C. liolte,
nnd Is now busy establishing on this
Island headquarters for what will be
very warm grounder through pitcher
and second for one bag In the third
inning. Knanol struck out. Anderson
hit to short nnd Kokl was caught
second. The ball did not nrrlve quick-1
ly enough nt first to catch Anderson I
Klley fumbled a ball thrown to tho
batter but he recovered himself splon-
dldly and threw to second, the base
man catching tho ball right on An
derson's neck. This retired the side.
Mana for the Malle-llimas hit far out
into second, got to second and took his
third on n balk. Clark hit safe to sec-
ontL bringing Mana in and taking one
oase himself. Osborne struck out, Da-
vis got a base hit In the direction of
short, advancing Clark to third. Davis
stolo second. Aknu struck out and Kl-
ley followed suit. The score was tied
In this inning, each team having se
cured a run.
The Fourth Innfl.J.
Jones started off the fourth Inning
for the Kamehamehas and flew out to
center. Kekuewa struck out. Kane-
wanul hit a safe fly into left. Cockett
was put out on nn assist from pitcher
Taylor struck out for tho Malle-Ilb
inns. Jones batted to short and reach'
ed flrst on a fumble. Kekuewa threw
wild to first to catch Jones who was
advanced to third thereby. Tobln went
out on nn assist from pitcher to first.
Mana sent u parachuto ball to Pae-!
haole In center who made a splendid
run nnd gathered in the ball, retiring
tho side and leaving Jones nt third.
Tho expected run did not arrive.
The Fifth Inning.
Harbottle struck out for the Kame
hi.mchaB In tho beginning of tbo fifth
and Paehaole did tho same, ifnii m,
safe between second nnd center for one
bag. Kaauol went out on a foul far
over from flrst toward tho crowd. Da-
vis didn't enro for the crowd, running
right In nmong the scattering people
and catching tho ball without trouble.
Clark struck out for tho Malle-Ill-mns.
Osborne flew out on n lilt over
flrst, Junes making a splendid catch.
Davis went on a slow hit, the catcher
securing the ball in time to throw It to
The SlxtR Inning.
Anderson went to bat flrst for the
Knmclinmehns In the sixth, He hit to
pitcher but fell on the way to flrst nnd
wasput out on an assist. Jones went
out on an nsslst from short to flrst and
Kekuewa struck out.
Aknu struck out. Klley followed the p'
good example, Taylor got base on
balls and In attempting to steal sec-
ond wns caught on a throw by catcher
In the soventh, Kanewnnul wns the'7'1'0 1'Mvvs
first man nt the bat for the Kameha-
mehas. He madq a clean one-baggcr
Into center and Cockett struck out.
Harbottle hit safe Into first and Kane-
wanul started for home hut was caught
at the home plate on a splendid throw
Q. II. Bcrrey's office. S Campbell bid.
Hcalanl Yacht and Bont Club parade
tiki not tnke place yesterday afternoon.
The French Laundry advertises for
fclrls to do Ironing, Bee Wnnt'column.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Members of the Merchants' Associa
tion nie discussing a curtailment of
the credit svstem.
Your amateur photographic work
will be well done If taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
Nkely furnished rooms with or with
out board at 1197 King street. See ad
under Mew Today.
Gomes & McTlghe, tho""1lquor deal
ers, deliver orders to any part of the
city free. Tel. Main 140.
D, P. It. lsenberg gave a luncheon
at WalaTae yesterday In honor of Mr.
fct.d Mrs. Palmer of Kau.
Tho May term of the I'lrst Circuit
Court will open Monday morning.
Ji dgc ItoblitBon presiding.
Over 200 people, mostly children,
were given a May Day picnic by Man
ager Ilcnton of tho f'vva plantation.
i lame claret and otlier wines nre
sold by Oomes & McTlghe. liquor
I dcalers.N. King street. Tel. Main 140.
The PEERLESS PRESERVING
PAINT will stop leaks, preserve your
shingles and stop metal from corrod
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, 13.50;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon nt Hoffschlaeger Co.'.
I Albert K. Nichols, dentist, has filed
n petition of voluntary bankruptcy
th liabilities of (20.250.32, and nomt
ial assets of $1400.50.
In the case of J. A. and E. M. Ma'
goon against Chin Kec'Gnau and Ang
Tun, Judgo Robinson has allowed
plaintiffs to file an amended bill.
j Qwlng to the anniversary services
to be held 111 tho evening, the regular
monthly meeting of Hnwallan lodgo
vlll be held at 0:30 .Monday evening.
Acting Governor Cooper will lesuo
Invitations to tho United Stntes Army
und Nnvy officers In Honolulu to at
tend the competitive drill next Satur
day. MrA Gerrlt P. Wilder Is In Denmark
with Miss Emily Judd and Miss E. P.
Ji dd. They will go to London this
'n.onth to bo present at the coronntlon
Utiles of the Circuit Court of tho
First Judicial Circuit have been Issued
from the Judiciary Clerk's oflko In a
neat pamphlet done by the Bulletin
Publishing Company, Ltd. The new
codo takes effect tomorrow.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. have a
limited but especially choice assort
ment of white dress waists, extra flno
qiinllty and of the newest designs.
Ask to see them; also their colored
mercerized cambrics, fine sheer mad
waists in sttlpes and figures, made of
by Bush. Pnc-haole hit to center, the
ball was muffed nnd he held his base.
Kokl struck out.
This wns one of the prettiest Innings
of the whole game.
Jones went to bat for the Malles and
Hew out to short. Tobln struck out
"id .Mana (lew out to pitcher.
The Eighth Inning.
In the eighth inning, Kaanol flew
out to Jones at Bhort. Anderson, tho
Kamehameha hammer thrower, hit
safe Into right for a two-bagger and
ttas advanced to third on n passed ball.
Jones (lew out to second. Kekuewa
Clark hit down third line for a two-
bagger. Bush, the new player for the
Malles. made a safe hit Into center,
bringing Clark in. Bush stole second
on a splendid slide. Davis went out in
an assist from pitcher to first. Aknu
remained on first on a wild throw from
B,10rt t0 flrst' Klle'' hlt t0 flrst who
tnrew ,0 tlllr(1- Putting Hush out. Akau
"a8 """'Bht at third on a swift throw
rrom "ie catcner.
When Kancw until hit far out Into
center it was thought he would cer
tainly secure at least one base hit but
Taylor was there to meet the ball and
the batter was out. Cockett (lew out
to short. Harbottle, the last man,
wer't out on an assist from pitcher to
Malle-llimas the Winners,
The Mnlles did not play their last
half of the game as It was unnecessary.
They won the contest in the eighth
Inning on the run made by Clark. It
was due directly to Bush, the substitute
for Osborne, that the Malles won the
'1 he whole of the second game was
characterized by most excellent playing
"n the part of both the in and out field,
1'ltchers Knanol nnd Clark struclc out
Dm"'er u'lcr Player and not more than
tnrce or 'our players succeeded In
making flrst base on balls.
The score by Innings was ns fol
Kams 0 1000000 01
Mnllo-Illmn 0 0100001 2
Tho teams were as follows:
Kamehameha Kokl, 2b ; Kaanol, p.;
Anderson, 3b.; Jones, lb,; Kekuewa, c;
Kanewnnul, rf ; Cockett, If.; Harbottle,
ss, nnd Cockett, cf.
Mallo-Ilima Osborne, If.; Davis, lb,;
Akau, 3b., Klley, c; Taylor, cf.; Jones,
Touin, rf., Mana, 2b.; and Clark,
Lieut. Newton of Camp McKlnley
was the only umpire In the second
Eamo Bn'1 llls """-ellent work seemed to
show conclusively that one good man
his business Is quite
H. A. C. AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Price, '3b 7 4 1 j 0 0
Aylett, cf, 7 2 0 0 0 1
Williams, ss 7 3 112 1
Joy, p, 7 12 2 0 1
Louis, c. ' S 1 2 14 ii 0
Leslie, lb 7 3 .1 0 0 0
Thompson, 2b 3 2 0 2 l' 1
Gleason, rf. 0 3 2 p 1 0
llnnsmnn, If 5 1 2 1 0 0
Total 2.1 16 27 7 4
Artillery ' AB. It. H. O. A. I".
High, 3b 3 0 '0 2 0 3
Smith, 2I 4 0 1 4 0 2
Davis, rf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Jones, c. 3 0 0 6 0 3
Ouptlll, cf 3 0 1 2 0 3
Pllney, lb , 3 0 0 8 0 2
Behr, bs. . . .. 2 1 0 t 3 1
Bennett, If 3 0 0 1 0 1
Brown, V 3 0 0 1 4 2
Totnl 1 2 27 7 19
SCOUI BY INNINGS.
II, A. C 17 9 0 2 0 12 123
Artillery 0 0100000 0 1
Two base hits Williams, Guptlll.
Sacrifice hit Avlett.
Stolen bases Prlte, 4; Aylett 1, Wil
liams 2, Joy 3, Louis 3. Leslie 4. Thorn
pson 2, Gleason 1, Hansman 2, Smith,
Guptlll. Behr. -
Doublo plaj Williams to Thompson.
Struck out By Joj 14, by Brown G.
Bases on halh By Joy 2, by Brown
Passed ball- By Jones 3.
Umpires Mahelona nnd Marcelllno.
H. A.'c; AB. H. III!. O. A. E.
Knms AB. 11. II. O. A. E.
Kokl, 2b 4 0 3 2 2 1
Knanol, p I 0 0 1 3 0
Anderson, 31i 4 0 2 2 0 0
Jones, lb I 0 0 8 0 0
Kekuewa, r 100931
Knnewniiul, rf 4 0 1 0 0 U
Cockett, If. 1 1 0 0 0 0
Harbottle, ss 10 2 12 2
Paehaole, cf 3 0 0 1 0 0
Total 1 8 21 10 4
M. I. A. C. AB. It. H. O. A. E,
Osborne, rf. ...f.... 3 0 0 0 0 2
Bush, if 1 0 1 0 1 0
Davis, lb. 4 0 1 7 1 0
Akau, 3b 4 0 0 10 0
Klley, c 3 0 0 10 2 0
Tnlor, tf 2 0 0 3 0 1
Jones, sh 3 0 0 2 3 0
Tobln, If 3 0 0 0 0 1
Mnna, 21 3 1 1 3 1 1
Clark, p 3 1 2 0 3 0
Total 2 5 20 It 5
SCOUI BY INNINQS.
Kamehameha ...01000000 01
Malle Illrua ...00100001-
Two Inse hits Kokl, Anderson, Mn
Stolen bases Kokl Kanewanul, Da
vis, Klley. Bush.
Doublo plays Jones to Davis to
Akau, Harbottle to Kokl to Jones.
Struck out 11 Kaanol 9, by Clark 9.
Bases on ballt By Kaanol 2.
Wild pltth By Kaanol 1. bj Clark 1
Balk By Kaanol 1
Umpire Lieut Newton
Whnt waH probably the longest nro
gtnm cvor presented by the Murphy
Temperance Club wns given laBt even
It.g at their hall, Tho audience was
li-rgc and appreciate e, and generous
In its npplause Tho piano solo by
M-ss Taj lor. which opened the enter
talumont, was very nicely rendered.
Tho sketch, "I Dink So," piesenled by
request, followed Seymour, ns tho
(Moc doctor, was excellent: Ward as
a Dutchman, placed tho audience In
good humor; vvhllo the two Dolllngers
handled their parts ably.
A song by Mr. Bobbins called forth
much gcnulno applause.
"Tho Book Agent," nlso by request,
linlf killed the audience. Seymour
n.ndo a voluble hook agent? Ward as
the negro bouncer wns an Irresistible
nro for tho blues Nakulna slept aud
ibly through his part.
Master Hlgglus sang "Goo Goo
Ejes" acceptably Tho Imitation of
n cornet solo by Ilobluson wns a treat
rarely met with In a town like Hono
lulu. The two DoIUngor brothers re
lented "A Would-Be Actor." Tho hit
of tho evening was tho Hawaiian
Miss Lola Mattox sang "Just Be-
cause I Love You So," nnd did It well.
Tho program closed with tho Mur-
phy Club Quartet.
During tho course of tho""evenlng re
freshments were served, the receipts
being for the benefit of the elnli.
Rev. W H Rice, superintendent of
the Anti-Saloon League, will give n
s'creoptfeon lecture this ovenlng at
PROMINENT NATIVE DEAD.
John K tCnunnmano. a nromlnont
Hawaiian political leader under the
monarchy and once president of tho
Aloha Alna, died yesterday after n lln.
goring lllnnss The funeral takes
rlaces from the late residence on Ku
I'll! street at 4 o'clock this nftemnnn
'i'he funeral will be In charge of tho
Honolulu Undertaking Parlors.
Tho ever popular Ralner Beer Is Just
ns much a favorite as ever. It Is on
draught at tho New Criterion Saloon
as It was nt tho old The longer It Is
used th better It l lllrorl
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE TO MASTERS AND PILOTS
Business of Importance.
There will bo a regular meeting of
Honolulu Harbor No. 54 A. A. of M.
& P. at Harmony HaU this Sunday
evening, May 4, 1002, at 7 o'clock p.
m. All sojourning brethren nro cor.
dlally Invited to attend by order.
GEORGE II PILTZ, C. C.
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NEW - TO-DAY
The French Laundry will bo closed
for n week, during which time many
nllerntlons nnd improvements will bo
Tho partnership in the business hns
been dissolved and In future the pros'
cut ptoprletor will not bo responsible
lor any debts contracted In tho nnmc
of the French Lnundry unless Incurred
.) himself. O. ABADIE,
Honolulu. Mny 1st 1902. 15s tf
SUNDAY, MAY A, 1002
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Str. Klnau, Freeman, from Illlo and
way ports, at 2 p. m with 225 sheep,
3 horses, 79 hogs. 22 cords wood, 70
hides, 08 sacks coffee and 151 packages
Saturday, May 3.
P. JI. S. S. Peru, Plllsbury, for San
Francisco, at noon, with mail and pas-
Am. schr. Frank W. Howe, Walters,
for the Sound In ballast, at 2:30 p. m.
Str. James Makee, Tullett, for Ana-
bola, at 3 p. m.
Str. Claudlne, Parker, from Maul
Str. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, from
Str, Kauai, Bruhn, from Punaluu.
From Hllo and wny ports, per slmr.
Klrnu, May 3. Col. W. H. Cornwcll
I Miss Kate Cornwell, G. F. Schloetel-
Lorg. II. P. Xoncs, L. M. Whltehouse,
W. C. Wllfong. R. L. Auerbach, wlfo
J ml thrco children; E. C Brown, Geo,
C. Slratcmeyer, Geo. Wilson. S. Hug.
u.iuitn. C. Miuler, J. S. Canarlo. A.
G. Shaw, E. E. Oldlng. Mrs. E. E.
Oldlng, Mrs. F. b. .iay. Miss D.
Kcmpster, C. T. uay, F. Johnson,
Mrs. Gallagcr and child, F. K. Makl
no W. S. Akana. Chung Hlng. Ah
Kul. Geo. lions, and 110 deck passen
gtrs. PASSENGERS DEPARTED.
For San Francisco, per P. M. S. S.
Peru, May 3 Mr. and Mrs. Thornton,
Miss J. L. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Emory, Mrs, James L. Cooko, Sirs.
Samuel James, W. R. Castle Jr., Mrs.
Cooper and daughter. Miss M. L. Clan
cy, Mr. nnd Mrs. Watt, two, children
and nurse, r. B. Brown nnd wife, A.
CHARTERS FOR HILO.
Am, schr. Bertlo Minor, Edreka.
Am. bk. Roderick Dim, San Fran
cisco. Am, bk. St. Katherlne, San Francis
co. Am, schr. W. E. Wltzemann, Port
VESSELS IN PORT.
Am. sp, Falls of Clyde, Matson.
Am. bk. Martha Dads, AIcAllman.
Anrll 25 Stbr Clinn t. Wnnillmrv
Harris, 3 days from Honolulu, with'
April 25 Am. bk. Snntlairn. Im-nlla
for San Francisco, with the following
sugar: 6000 bags Walakea Mill Co.'s
sugar. 2508 bags Peneekeo Sueur fn'n
sugar, 19.210 bags Olaa Sugar Co.'s
sugar, 111 bags and 101 barrels of
empty bottles, 3 cases of papers.
Per Santiago 11. A. Bradley, Mrs.
Frlcetto and 2 children and 5Irs. C. I).
Gomes & McTlghe
All tho finest liquors In stock
at our place. Telephone orders
Gomes & McTighe
PHONE MAIN 140.
No. 21, P. 4V A. M.
WILL CELEBRATE ITS
At Its Lodgo Room, Masonic Temple,
MONDAY, MAY 5, 1902
1. Introductory Remarks
Frederick Ti'hltney, Master.
P. M tbo Rov. Alexander Mackin
3 Quartette Selected
W. F. Dillingham. C. E. Elston,
Isaac Dillingham, Clifford Kim
ball. - -
4. Opening Address
J'. M., Wm. FesBentten Allen.
5. Song, "Spring Time"
.. Rcinhold Becker
Mrs. T. J. McDonald. Violin- obli
gate). Prof. J. II. Amme; accom
panist. Miss A. M. Whitney.
C. Historical Address
P. M., John Adair Husslngor.
7. Song, ' Isle of Dreams"
Hro. D. P. R. lsenberg; accompan
ist, Miss Mnrlo Von Holt.
S Oration '
Past Grand Master Morris M. Esteo
9. Song. "The Dream" (II Sogno)..
w S. Morcadanto
Mrs. Annls Montague Turner, vio
lin obllgato, Prof. J. H. Amme;
accompanist, Mrs. Frank C.
If Violin Solo
Prof. J. II. Ammo.
Doors will be open nt 7:15 p. in.
Tho exercises win begin punctually
at 8 o'clock p. m.
All FREEMASONS and their fami
lies aro cordially Invited to be pres
By order of tho Worshipful Master.
JNO, A. HAS8INOEU, P.M.,
Honolulu, May 2, 1902
School For DeafMute Children
A school for deaf muto children Is
being established In Honolulu, at No.
8 Union street, by Mrs. Lcnnle Hop
per Barth, from tho California Insti
tution for Deaf and Dumb of Berko
Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. Barth's mother,
will teach tho LIP LANOUAOE to all
who havo any voice.
Terms reasonable. Apply for par
HAWAIIAN LODGE, No. 21, F. & A.M.
A regular meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge, No. 21, F. & A. M.. will bo
held Monday nfternoon, May 5. at j
C:30 o'clock in tho Masonic Temple. !
Transaction of Business.
Members of I)dgo Pacific, Lodgo Lo
Trogres and visiting brethren are In
vited to attend.
By order of Worshipful Master.
J. A. HASSINGER.
Tho St. Louis Collcgo baseball team
defeated the High School team yester
day morning by a score of 50 to 6
Tho teams wero lined up as follows-
st. louis. man school.
M. John Ah Long
A. Vicrra (captain) .... R, Thompson
J- Hnnan smith
R. August B. Thompson
J. Crowclt s. Kawal
W. Peterson Zlegler '
M. Baptlsto Banks
J; Benito J. Nott
J. Hopkins Smith
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