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Vol. I. No. 10 ?
Honolulu AtMics and
HONOLULU, TKBUITORY OF HAWAII, SUNDAY MAY 11, 1902
Price 5 Cents.
PLAYERS MAKE SOME HARD HITS
Military Drill Exhibition Affects the Attend'
ance of Fans and Rooters-Easy
Thing for the Victors.
FATHER WENDELIN IS ORDERED
BY BOARD OF HEALTH
TO LEAVE LEPER SETTLEMENT
Honolulu, May 9, 1902.
The Sunday Bulletin! Gentlemen:
At the last meeting of the Honolulu
Baseball League, I was Instructed to
convey to you the thanks of the
League for the able reports In your
paper of the baseball gamea and the
general courtesy extended by you
through your paper to the baseball
fraternity In Honolulu.
Secretary Honolulu Baseball League.
Scorea by Innings.
Artillery 10000020 25
Made Mimas ...06021010 '10
H. A. C 3 0 6 2 10 10 013
p. A. C 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
The becond two of tho baseball
games of tho aoaBon were played on
l ho I'unahou grounds yesterday nftcr
noon before a rather small attendance,
due to the other attractions such as
the prUo drill and the lllte which wero
scheduled for the same time. The
games, on thi whole, were not very
sMisfactor) nlthough the Artillery
tram In Its play with the Malle Illmaa
showed a great Improvement oyer tho
work or the preceding Saturday. On
the other hand, the Punahoua showed
luck of practice In the contest with
the Honolulu Athletic Club team. How.
ever, there were n great many good
plays which made ti.e games well
worth the price of admission. There
Is no question whatever, that as tho
mmboq progresses, the games will be
come better and better.
The games yesterday were umpired
according to the old custom of two
umpires, owing to the fact that Lieut.
Newton, the man appointed by tho
tongue Friday as the official umplro,
v aa one of the judges at the prize drill
and could not attend. In tho first
Rime, the umpires worn Duke Mc
Nlcolt and Sol. Mnhelona. while In
Iho second gamo the umpires were
Kdomon Mnhelona and Morris Keo
l.okalole. Artillery First to Bat.
Tho first game started very soon af
ter the hour announced. The Artillery
toam went to the bat first. The line
up was as follows:
Artillery Ouptlll. cf., Smith, 2b.:
Dennett, If.: Dellle. ss.; High, 3b.;
Lieut. Behr. c., O'Leary, lb.; Morgan,
rf.. and Ilrown, p.
Malle Tllmns. Williams, .; Davis,
1I.; Mana. 2b.; Klley, c.; Tavlor, cf.;
Al'aii. 3b ; Jones, ss . Tobln, rf., ana
In the first Inning, Ouptlll for tho
Aruiicry went out on an assist from
Bhort to first. Smith got first on an
nror by Mnna at second and stole sec
ci a. Bennett made a baBe hit and
Smith scored. Dellle forced Bennett
out at second and himself went out on
Thousands Witness Drill
Of First National Guard
COMPANY F. TAKES FIRST PRIZE
Studio always open
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel
i throw from catcher to second.
Williams for tho Maltes struck out
I nil Davis went out on an assist fiom
pitcher to first. Mana mado a single
mil then went out on nn assist from
ci.tchcr to second.
In tho second Inning, High went to
thn bat for tho Artillerymen and Rent
n hot one to Akau at third. A splen
did assist caught him at first, Lieut.
Behr struck out. O'Lcarj got a sting
3r In the left leg but held his head up
araln and gently struck out, retiring
Klley First for Millet.
Klley went to tho bat for tho Malle
I'lmns and succeeded in getting his
first on balls. Behr behind the bat
might have caught Klley stealing Bec
ond but unfortunately he stiffed, 'tny-
lor really struck out but Behr dropped
the ball and a wild throw assured him
of first. Akau hit down towards short
hi't the man thorn couldn't hold tho
bull olid the batter got his first. Klley
rucceeued In getting home, thus (cor
ing thn first run for the Mallcs. Jones
got baso on balk and things looked
dubious without a single man out.
Tobln struck out. Clark sent the ball
cut past third and Taylor and Akau
came In. Williams knocked ocr sec.
oca and tho ball wob muffed, Jones
r-imlng in. Davis hit far out Into cen
ter, Ouptlll making a splendid run and
gathering In tho ball.
Indiana's third strlko tho ball was
ii lifted by tho catcher. Ilehr stood
looking toward third where Williams
and Clark were bunched. The ball
wtnt to third, Clark came In and Wll-ll-ims
got back to second, tho base
man thero fumbling tho bnll, Williams
stole third and Mana did tho same for
second. Williams and Mana wcro
prying off third and second when tho
ci tenor threw to second. Tho ball got
bntk to the catcher but Williams ran
Into him and knocked tho ball out of
) Is hands, thus getting home safely.
Alley struck out, leaving Mnna on
Morgan for tho Artillerymen struck
out In tho thlid Inning. Brown made
a safe hit for one bag down between
shortstop and second. Ouptlll struck
out. Brown was caught by Mana at
second. After tho baseman had ac
complished this feat he performed a
series of handsprings that were as
wonderful as his work at second.
Taylor for tho Mallcs, went out on nn
assist from setond to first nnd Akau
followed suit on an assist from short
to first, Tnylor went out on three
strikes, Behr dropping the ball but
recovering it In time to send It to first
for the runner.
In the fourth Inning Smith for the
Artillerymen hit tonurds short for
what semed to be a safe hit but Jones
was right there and caught the runner
out. Bennett mado a safe one base hit
between short and third, Dellle struck
out, and High sent one right Into
Akau'a hands at third, retiring the
Tobln for the Mnlles knocked a pop
up right Into second baseman's handi
tor an out. Clark hit safe between
third and short and then stole second
Williams hit far out Into center. The
fielder Just touched tho ball with one
hand and Clark came home. Davis lilt
safo between first and second and then
stole socond. Mana hit to pitcher. The
ball slipped out of his hands and tin
runner made first, while Williams came
home. Klley hit to second who threw
homo and caught Davis out at th
plato. Taylor knocked another pop-up
to second, retiring the side.
In the fifth Inning, Behr went to the
bat first for the Artillery team, strik
ing out. O'Leary hit safo past first for
one bag and Morgan sent a high fly
Into left for ono bag, Brown hit to
catcher who threw to third, catching
O'Leary Morgan was caught ut thn
same place, retiring the side.
Akau for tho Malles sent one to ttilrc'
which went through both third and
short. Jones went out to short on n llj
and Akau went to second on a muft
It It now a positive certainty that Father Wendelln will leave the Lepjr Settlement In accordance with the
with of the Board of Health. Word hat been received from a good authority In thlt city that the Board of
Health hat tent a notification to Fathsr Wendelln giving him a period of thirty dayt to leave the Settlement for
oi.od, the time limit expiring on June 10. This action It taken In order to promote harmony In Kalaupapa. The
recent changer by the Board removlnrj Superintendent Reynolds and Or. Oliver had the tame end In view and
the removal of Father Wendelln forms the third link In the chain. A clean sweep hat been made and the Board
hopes that, hereafter, peace and harmony will reign supreme In the valley sf Kalaupapa.
It It alto underttood on good authority that the local Catholic minion will take no action In opposition to
thlt latt move of the Board of Health, the church acknowledging the power which the Board holdt In the Set
tlement matters. It It alto certain that at pretent no other prlett will be tent from here to take Father Wende
tin's place. There will, however, ttltl be one Catholic prlett left In the Settlement. Thlt prlett It In harmony
with the local authorities and will remain undisturbed.
Blthop Gulttan, when teen latt nljht, refuted to affirm or deny the report, or give anything for publication In
the matter. Dr. Sloggett, Pretldent o the Board of Health wat equally uncommunicative.
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Full Text of New Law
CHECKINC AND REGULATING
Immigration of Chinese
An net to prohibit the coming in. and to rugulato the residence within the United States, Its Territories
Mid all terrltor under Its Jurisdiction and the District of Columbia, of Chliicso and persons of Chinese descent.
Be It enacted by the Senate and Mouse of llepresentatlves of the United States il America In Congress as-s-mblcd:
That all laws now In force prohlb'ttng and regulating the coming of Chine" persons and persons of Chinese
I'trcent into the United Statua and the lealdenco of such persons therein, Including sections C, 0, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,
13 nnd 14 of the act entitled "An net to prohibit the coming of Chinese laborers Into thn United Status," ap
proved September 13, 186S, be, and tic Mime aru hereby re-enacted, extender1 und continued so far as the same
i. it not Inconsistent with treaty cbllgMinns. until otherwlso provided by law, and said laws shall also apply to
llie island territory under the Juried ttlon of the United States and prohlbl tho Immigration of Chinese lahorors
i.ot citizens of the United States froi: such Island territory to the mainland territory of the United States w be
thel In such Island territory nt the time of cession or not. and from one pillion of the island territory of tho
L'l.Ited States to another portion of sjm Island territory.
Provided, however, that said law shall not apply to the transit of Chit ee laborers from ono Island to an
other Island of the same group. sud ni. Island within tho Jm4JcUon. oC ' State or tho District of Alaska shall
tie considered a part of the maliilaucr nntWT'tlils section
Section II That the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized an ! empowered lo make and proscrlbd
iLd from tlmo to time to change suoh idles and regulations not Inconsistent with the law of tho land as he may
dtcm necessary and proper to executo the provisions of this act and of the acts hereby extended and continued
md of the treaty of December 8, 1S94, nnd with the approval of tho President to appoint inch agents as he may
deem necessary for the efficient execution of said treaty and said acts.
Section HI That nothing In tho I ovlslon of this act or any other act bhall be construed to prevent, hinder
Hawaiian Boys Capture Second Award and
Company G. Gets Third-Very
or restrict nny foreign exhibitor, repr sentative or citizen of nny foreign nation, or the holder, who Is a citizen Ji'ble feature being the dust, llonolu
or nny rorelgn nation, or any coiuossion or privilege irora any ralr or exposition authorized by net of Congress
from bringing Into the United States, under contract such mechanics, urtlsnns, agents or other cmplovos, na
tives of their respective foreign countucb. ob fhey are an) ol them may deem necessary for the purpose or mak
Ing preparation for Installing or condi.ftlng their exhibits or of preparing for Installing or conducting any busi
ness authorized or permitted under or b virtue of or pertaining to any coneeislon or privilege which may have
Inn or may be granted by any Raid lair or exposition In connection with such exposition, under such itilea
mi' regulations as the Seirctary of the Treasury may proscribe, both oh lo the admission nnd return of such
pi-rson or persons
8etlon IV That It fcliall be the dulj of every Chinese laboier. other thun n citizen, rightfully In, nnd en
titled to remain In. nny of the Insular territory of the United 8tntes (Hawaii excepted) at tho tlmo of tho pas
sage of this act. to obtain within on" yenr thereafter n certificate of residence in tho Insular territory wherein
ho resides, which certificate shall entitle him to residence therein, nnd upon failure to obtain bucIi tcrtlflcnto as
lu-rcln provided he shall be deported f'nm such InBiilar territory; and tho l'hlllppTnu Commission Is nuthoilzed
nnfi required to make all regulations and provisions necessary for the enforcement of this section' In the Phil
I Milne Islands, Including the form an I substance of the certificates of residence, so that the samo shall clearly
nnd sufficiently Identify the holder thouof nnd enable officials to prevent fruri in the transfer of the same.
Provided, however, that If said Philippine Commission shnll find that It Is Impossible to complete the regis
nation herein provided for within on vcar from the passage of this art. sild commission Is hereby authorized
nnd empowered to extend the tlmo for such registration for a further period not exceeding one ear.
Result of Competitive Drill of the
Companies of the First Regiment,
National Guard of Hawaii:
First Prize Company F. 98 per cent
Captain Samuel Johnton.
Second Prize Company E.95 per cent
Captain Nahora Hipa.
Third Prize Company G..93 per cent
Captain Guttave Rote.
Company B..90 per cent
Captain W. R. Riley.
Company A.. 75 per cent
A big, broad frame of cosmopolitan
humanity surrounded Capitol Squaro
all yesterday afternoon and some six
or eight thousand ejes gazed from
somo three or four thousand faces nt
tin; military evolutions.
At 1 30 o'clock the competitive drill
'if the First Itegiment. National fluard
'if Hawaii, started in full swing beforo
the grand stand, containing a large
number of notables and gaily decorat
ed with many Hags at tho Kwa end
of tho spacious square.
The grand stand was comfortably
filled and the sidewalks on all sides
of the square wcro crowded to tho
curbs, hundreds sitting on fences or
stanulng In wagons and other vehicles
wlefo the aide streets run Into tho
square. The Iron railings. In front of
the Capitol grounds were nllvc with
men, women and children, and other
htindrda had to be satisfied with posi
tions In tho Capitol grounds and occa
sional peeks at the competing sol
diers. The weather waa tine, the crowda
were good natured and enthusiastic.
mil all went well, the only objection-
Entrance on Union.
HIGH SCHOOL BEATS
Score of Fifty-three to Thirty-seven
Two Protests Entered but Not
Altow.-d Great Enthusiasm.
over fifteen jears of agn nnd so In
eligible to compete.
The events and wlnnei were as fol
lows Ono hundred ynrds, J Liicob,
(II S), eight hundred and eighty
jnrds, Ah You. (K. 3.); two hundred
end twenty arils, J. Linns, (II, S);
440 yards, Harris, (K S.): potato race,
inblnBon, (K. 8). 1 mile rclny. Vita
ro, J. Lucas, Ting Kwnl and Hnrvcy
Chilton. (II S); high Jump. i:n Set,
(II. S), broad Jump, En Oee. (KS).
bhot put. Akl, (II 8.), polo vault, i:n
Fet (II. 8.) The winners were re
"iirded with a banner ns a trophy.
(Continued on pago 5.)
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Masonic Temple, with Amerlcjn
An enthusiastic totcrlo of mothers
r.ud sIsterB and several hundred small
Iiojb nnd girls, active partisans of
Kuahuraanu nnd tho High School were
present at Knplolanl Park yesterday
afternoon to witness the sports be
tween teams of tho two Institutions.
Tho gumes started about two o'clock
und whllo they lasted tho Interest was
Intense. Unfortunately the tlmo was
not recorded but tho nnmeB of winners
i ml tho points were kept. After a
hard fought series of races the High
Mhool team was declared victorious
with 53 points to their credit to 37
for Knahiimanu school
Two protests wero entered which
vero not allowed as thoy wero not
mado beforo tho events had taken
place Tho High School team protest-1
ed against Ah You, tho winner of tho '
Sxo yard race, as they claimed ho had
not attended tho unnluimnmi school
long enough to compcto on tho team.
Tho Knnhumanu boys protested
ngnlnst Vltaro ono of the High School
Tho last "at homo" for this sprlufi
will bo given by tho Literary Clrclo
of tho Kllohana Art League, l'rlilay nf-
ttrnoon, Mny 10. at 3 o'clock In tho
Art leagno rooms. It promises to be
very enjoyable. Those who havo hud
th pleasure of hearing Miss Clnlro II
I', cko will certainly nvull theniselvcs
r.f this opportunity of listening to her
that afternoon on "An Huur with Am
i ilea's best Dialect Writers " Miss
Clarity Crosson will sing to tho ac
companiment of Mrs Will Whitney.
Thoso who will assist In making tho
nf.crnnon a pleasant ono socially uro:
Mrs II. F. Dillingham. Mrs W W
I Hall. Mrs. C. W. Dickey and Mrs. W.
Much credit Is duo Mrs. Selmn Kin
ney chairman of tho Lltornry Circle
foi so Bucrcssfully planning tfio nt
homes which havo been so pleasing as
veil as instructive
n lay runners, an ho wob said to bo ,-l(,nth
Tie Kvenllg Bulletin, 75 ccntB pn
TRAGEDIAN TO PRESIDE
AT A SOCIAL SESSION
Good Entertainment Arranged for Fri
day Evening Ladies Night
Planned to Meet New
Tho i:iks nro In high spirits over the
acccptnnco by Frederick Wnrdo of their
Invitation to preside at the snilal ses
sion to be given by the lodgo on Fri
day evening next.
Wnrde is known to be ono of the
beta of chairmen at a social session and
will undoubtedly In this Instance ll vo
up to his reputntlon. A splendid en
tertainment lias been arranged and
thoso who are not of thn fraternity an 1
receive Invitations are to be con
sidered fortunate Indeed. Allen Dunn
has been working on tho program for
several weeks and has the promise ot
talent extraorillnurj for tho evening
At the regular si salon held last Fri
day evening Wnrde and several other
distinguished visitors assisted at tho
Initiation of Messrs Yardley, Illghhy
and Lako and the evening will be long
remembered by thoso who were there.
Following tho benefit tendered tho
lodgo by Wardo nnd his company, n
ladles' Ecsslon will be arranged for at
which It Is the intention to havo aa
thn guest of tho evening tho new
Bishop Hrstnrlck of Honolulu, who Is a
well known member of tho order nnd
chaplain of tho Los Angeles Lodge.
In s lung filling, delightful dust
Company A to the Front.
Company A. Captain Klemme com
n andlng, was the first to march Into
tht arena, accompanied by the cheer
ing of Its smpathizers. This com
pany oi copied rather moro tlmo than
the others In going through the evolu
tions The soldiers did their best,
lilt left n hope with tho crowd that
better drilling wbb to come.
Better drilling did come. When Clip
tu'n "Sam" Johnson marched into tho
square at the henu of Company F,
people took a long appreciative In
breath and then gave vent to a signifi
cant "a nn It "
Captain "Sam" seemed to hnvo put
Ilia spirit Into each member of Ills
rimpany. It was a fine show and tho
ojs lunrcUed like veterans. Kvery
I. ot hit the ground as one foot; overy
tiouscivscnm creased as one trouscr
sciim; every gun moved ns ono gun.
".'lie crowd was pleased; It was moro
than pleased, it was proud
The Hawaiian Doyt.
Compnny K, Cnptaln Hahora Hlpa,
commanding, did splendidly. nUo, and
received most enthusiastic applauso
from all, especlnll the Hawallans,
C'-mpnii) K being composed mostly of
Company (7, Captain (lustave Itosc
commanding, won considerable pralso
end Company B, Captain W II. Illley
commanding, came In for Its share of
notice In good shape.
The drill was an object lesson In
more wa)s than one. Spectators real
I7cd more than they have realized be
lore what tho National Guard Is and
whnt It means to this territory.
Photographers were on hand with
their cameras and several shots wcro
taken nt tho grand stand, the compet- .
Ing companies and tffo crowds.
Most conspicuous among those In
tho grand stand were- Acting Oover
ni r and Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. It. W. Wil
cox. Bear Admiral Merry, Lieutenant
Co'oncl McLcod, Lieutenant Com-
nander Rodmnn, British Commission
er Hoarc, Japanese Consul Mlkl Sal
to nnd wlfo and French Consul Mon
Captain Johnton Elevated.
The competition was over nt 6:30
o'clock nnd n few minutes Inter tho
retults were announced as above.
When It was known that Company F
had captured first prize. Captain
J'.hnson was seized upon by members
ni his company and carried to head
quarters on their shoulders amid 'tho
shouts and e-heorlng of the crowd.
When Captain Carle D. A. Pierce, of
the United States Artillery, nnnounc
e 1 the results ho said that it gave him
particular pleasure to bo nblo to an-
rouncn that tho judges had experienc
ed not n moment's hesitation in award
ing second prize to Company K, tho
I'uwallau company. Tho decision of
the jtillges In regard to awarding tho
first prize to Company F was unani
mous and wob arrived nt without any
The companies drilled In the follow
ing order: First Co. A, Captain,
Klemme. commanding; First Lieuten
ant, F. A. Smith; Second Lieutenant,
U. L. Hermit.
Second Co. F Captain, Samuel
Johnson, cfTinmnTTUIng; First Lieuten
ant, J. W. Short; Second Lieutenant.
V W Carljle.
Third Co. E Captain. U J. Naho
ra Hlpa, commanding; First Llcutcn
nut J. K. Mauloa; Second Lieutenant.
Fourth Co. a. Captain, Gustavo
Itosc, commanding; First Lieutenant.
c3. K. Kamalopin, Second Lieutenant,
Fifth Co B Captain, W. n. Ttlloy.
commanding. First Lieutenant, J. B.
Gorman, Second Lieutenant, A. II.
(Continued zn pas? S.)
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