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Voii. XI. No. 2101.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII, FRIDAY MAY 30, 1902
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Boys' Brigade Having ;l5
Out at Kapiolani Park
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The Boys' Brigade field day events
arc now taking place at Kapiolani park.
The bo)s started from Koit street on
the tram cars shortly alter 9 o'clock
this morning. The sports began at
10:45 o'clock and nrc being run off In
the following order:
100 yardB, 12-pound shot.
CO yards (boys), high Jump.
SS0 yards, broad Jump.
110 yurda (boys), pole vault.
120 yards hurdles, 1 mile bicycle
Hclay race for prize points on ban
ued. The entries aro as follows:
CO yards, bos' race 1). Desha, Wm.
Desha, 8. Dwlght, Wahlncaukal, Keka
lia and Kupa.
110 yards, boys' race D. Desha, Wm.
Desha, 3. Dwlght, Wahlncaukal, Kcka
ha and Kupa.
100 yards dash O. Desha, K. Desha.
1)111 Jones, E. Clement, S. Moku and
220 yards dash S. Desha, Kachu,
Kalll, Bill Jones, S. Broad, Uullmoku
410 yards dash H. Williams, J. Ke
aloha, H. Kachu, 12. Desha Kalll and
She May Take Eight
Days From Here to
PASSING TO STATES
Big Freight and Many Japanese for
Honolulu-Steamship Sails for
the Coast Tomorrow
The Pacific Mall stcamshtp Peking,
Captain Hoblson. arrived ott port from
the Orient shortly before midnight yes
terday, nearly two days overdue. Cap
tain Mncnuley piloted tho vessel to an
anchorage until daylight.
Early this morning the quarantine
officers boarded the steamship and at
7 o'clock she started to come Into the
harbor, docking at tho Pacific Mall
wharf shortly after 8 o'clock.
The delay of tho Peking was duo to
an accident to tho macnlncry soon aft
or tho vessel left Yokohama. A crank
pin became loose and It was found nec
essary to disconnect one of tho piston
rods. The officers of the boat would
have little or nothing to say of tho ac
cident this morning, declaring that
repairs could bo easily ma?o In a short
. time and that tho accident, while It
" caused an unavoidable delay, was
nothing really serious and nothing to
cause any alarm.
At 7 o'clock tomorrow murnlng tho
Peking will sail for San Francisco. In
tho meanwhllo repairs will bo mado to
the machinery. Whether thoso re
pairs will bo final cannot bo said at
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YOUR PHOTOGRAPH ?
Why not have a good pic
ture and mako a good Im
pression abroad as well as
at homo? We can do it for
Rice & Perkins
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
I Entrance on Union.
1120 yards, low hurdles G. Desha, II
Kachu, J. Kalll, D. Desha, Uullmoku
I'aaluhl, Broad and II, Kckaha.
880 yards run Q. Desha, Sherwood,
S. o.Mku, Bill Jones, J. Kealoha, Kac-
' hit lfnltl nnil f lfntin.m
Broad Jump D. Desha, E. Clement,
C. I'aaluhl, H. Hobron, II. Kaelm and
Broad Jump S. Moku, It, Malle and
Hgb Jump Sherwood, E. Desha, O.
Desha, C. I'aaluhl, Uullmoku. It: Ho-
bron 8. Broad, Kckaha and McUurn.
I Pole vault E. Desha, It. Hobron, Ke-
Kaba. A, McGurn and Uullmoku.
Shoe put Bill Jones, 8. Moku. 8.
Broad, Wm. Buckle and Kaehu.
Hclay race Q. Desha, 13. Desha, Kal
ll, A. McCundless and S, Broad.
Blcyclo race H. Williams, O. Desha,
E. Desha and S, McCandless.
100 yards Ensul, Kalllmal. S. All
na. Ho Sin, Aylctt, Vltaro and Akwnl.
CO yards Ho Sin, En dee, Jas. Pow
ell, Akwal, H. Wagner, Ah Far, Kuq
Kook and Chin Yet.
880 yards II. Walker, It. Oliver, Lei
alohn, Sam Lcllo, Aylctt, Olcpau, Geo.
Simpson and Mltlona.
110 yards Ho Sin, En Gee, Wagner,
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The young men who feel that there
are other places more attractlvo than
Association hall on Sunday afternoons
in tho summer aro to be hunted up In
some of their favorite resorts tho next
few Sunday afternoons at 4 o'clock
The hall will be closed and the speaker
and a number of workers and singers
will be found next Sunday in tho shade
of Makeo Island, Kapiolani Park. Dr
A. M. Smith President of Oahu Col
lege, will bo the speaker, with a talk
prepared especially to Interest the sol
dier boys who are coming from Camp
McKlnley. Prof. Richards will be there
with his organ, and the secretary is
hunting the city tor a- cornetlst. Such-
people as happen to bo in that end of
tho town at 4 o'clock are cordlallly In
vited to spend the hour there.
SMOKE AND STEAM
Steamer Kauai From Punaluu and
Kailua Brings Latest News of
Volcano What the
K Maura Is threatening.
Mokuaweoweo Is quiet.
Kilauea is belching fotth tremen
dous clouds of black smoke and hiss
Such Is the report brought from Ha
waii this morning by the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company's steamer
Kauai, Captain Bruhn. The Kauai
, sailed from Punaluu, Hawaii, at 5
, o'clock yesteulay morning and from
.Kallua at 2 o'clock In tho uftcruoon.
Purser William Clark says that when
the vessel left Punaluu In the morng
! the pitchy smoko from Kilauea was
i streaking over tho sky, belching from
the volcano in great clouds.
Native members of the crew of the
I Kauai say that the sunriso yesterday
was peculiar In that tho sun was of an
exceptionally fiery hue. They declare
that tho orb of day took on more tho
color of scarlet than that of crimson.
It Is said that the smoko from the
volcano produced this effect.
Members of the crew say that, In
their opinion, Kilauea Is soon to erupt.
That Is tho talk Among natives on Ha
waii. When the Kauai left Kallua In the
afternoon, yesterday, the volcano was
still smoking. It seemed, if any chango
had taken place, that tho smoke had
Increased and tho ntmosphern was
Puiser Clark telephoned various
places for Information as to possible
Indications of an eruption. He u
learn nothing more than bis eyes be
Tho Kauai brought G230 bags of su
gar from Punaluu and Kailua. She
arrived here at 9:55 o'clock this morn
ing. Bad weather was experienced at
Punaluu. A week ago today tho Kauai
carried away her foresail while cross
ing tho channel to Hawaii. Choppy
seas and fair winds wero experienced
coming home. The Kauai returned
with eleven pieces of machinery still
on deck. She was unablo to unload
them on account of rough weather.
Tho steamer Nllhaii, Captain Thomp
son, arrived In port at 2 o'clock this
morning from Anaholj with 7000 bags
of sugar .
Paul Iteverc's house In Boston, frovi
which he started on his famous ride,
'yiuo jew m
Is now an Italian bank.
LINCOLN'S GETTYSBURG ADDRESS.
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FOURSCORE and seven years ago our fathers brought upon this conti
nent a new nation, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the
proposition that all men arc created equal.
Now wc arc engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation,
or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. Wc arc met
on a great battle-field of that war. Wc'havc come to dedicate a portion of
that field as a final resting-place for those who here gave their lives that
that nation might live. It is altogether fitting and proper that wc should
But in a larger sense wc cannot dedicate, wc cannot consecrate, wc
cannot hallow this ground. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled
here, have consecrated it far above our power to add or detract. The world
will little note nor long remember what wc say here, but it can never forget
what they did here. It is for us, the living, rather, to be dedicated here to
the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly
advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remain
ing before us; that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to
that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion; that wc
here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain; that this
nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom; and that government
of the people, by the people, and for the people, 6hall not perish from the earth.
VETERANS OF CIVIL WAR
TO DO HQNOR w
This Is Memorial Day and at tho
comctcry In Nuuanu, groupOcT around
tho graves of departed heroes will bo
held the services that aro today pre
vailing In every spot on the Mainland
which marks the rcBtlng piaco of a sol
dier who fought fn the Civil War.
Decoration Day in Honolulu, as In
other places, has come to mean mora
than n decoration of tho graves of de
parted war veterans. In hundreds of
homes today tears aro being shed lor
the dear departed and on hundreds of
graves He bunches of How era Ifl token
of fond remembrance and love. Tho
cemeteries of tho city havo been
thronged alt day with those who havo
dear ones laid away under tho sod.
Memorial Day will bo fitly coramem
morated today under tho auspices of
the local post of tho tf. A. It. Tho gov
ernment buildings and every business
hoiMo of the city Is closed out of re
spect for tho day and on every hand
Hags fly at half mast.
Tho parade will form In Alakca
street, right resting on Bcretanla, at
2 p. m. and the procession to Nuuanu
cemetery will start at aTiout 2:30
o'clock. All visiting comrades will be
Tho usual services will tako placo
nt tho cemctory upon the arrival of
the procession, The band will take
Its u-uinl position on the upper side of
the lemetcry. near tho stono wall, and
wilt play while tho lcmalnder of tho
column marches to tho places assign
ed, with the O. A. It. closest to tho
graves of tho departed veterans.
There will bo tho roll call of tho
dead, tho address by Judge Morris M.
Ilstee, the reading of tho Gettysburg
addiess by Mrs. W. W. Hall and then
tho solemn blowing of "iaps" on tho
bugle, ending with the firing of thrco
volleys over the graves of tho dead.
Tho parade will bo mado up as fol
lows: Squad of four mounted patrolmen
Plerson. Duvaucholle, Bordfeldt and
Filing squad from the Sixth United
States Artillery under command of
Quartermaster Sergeant James lief
fernnn. Hawaiian band of thirty pieces un
der tho leadership of Captain llonry
First lleglmcnt, National Guard of
nawall undor command of Lieutenant
Colonel Charles J. McCarthy, tnklng
tho placo of Colonel J, Walter Jones,
busy In the courts Majors Zloglor and
Cnmarn will bo in charge of tho battalions.
M IDE MY
Whenever thcro Is a chance for a
Bhow of patriotism, Kauhumanu school,
corner of Bcretanla nnd Pllkol streets.
Miss Allle M. Fclker, principal, Is sure
to be found In the front rank of tlia
obserers of the day. Thcro was no
deviation from this plan today and
the following program was rendered
tho school this murnlng:
Piano Solo Moinlng Prayer
Itecltatlon "Decoration Day" ltooni 'J
Song "Teutlng on the Old Camp
Oround" llooms 9-12
Itecltatlon "Memory Day" ...Itoom 1
Song "Break tho News to Mother"
Booms 11 and 12
Itecltatlon "In Memorlam" ...Itoom a
"Tho Children's Offering" ....Room 8
Piano Solo L'thel I.udwlgson
"The Weal Wind's Offering .Itoom 7
Itecltatlon "For My Country". Itoom 1
"I.ovo of Country" (Scott).. .Itoom 11
llecltutlon "Whoso Boy?"
Hawaiian Song' Ke Aloha 1 Hlkl
Mai" Booms 9 and 10
Itecltatlon "Let Utile IIands"lloom 5
Itecltatlon "Soldier Best" ..Boom 12
Song He Glveth His Beloved
Sleep" ...Mis. Hcapy, Miss Mcl.ulu
Itecltatlon "The Soldier's Dream"
Jtccltntlon "For Grandpa's Sake"
Song "Gently Best" Booms 11 nnd 12
"Our Heroes Shall Live" . .Itoom 10
Hawaii Ponol School
Uniform rank, K. of l' under com
mand of Captain McKeague and Lieu
tenant O. 3. Whitehead
Kamchameha School band of twenty
pieces in chargo of ono of tho mem
bers of tho Territorial band.
Battalion of 125 cadets from tho Ka
mehamoha Manual School under com
mand of Major Wilson.
George W. DeLong Post, Grand Ar
my of the Republic; under command
of Post Commander A. n. Sfrout.
There will lie about forty veterans, all
of whom will rldo in carriages.
C'arrlago containing tho orator
(Judge Morris M. Kstco) and tho read
er of Lincoln's Gettysburg address
(Mrs. W. W. nail).
Carriages of Invited guests, includ
ing Governor Honry 13. Cooper and
staff, officers of the Army nnd Nnvy,
members of tho Judiciary and minis
ters of tho Gospel.
I Tho general public.
Line of march Alakca to Kmnia. to
Vineyard, to Nuuanu, to cemetery. He-
turning, lolumn will halt at Vineyard,
open order. The post will pass
through to Vlnejard, whero It will dlS'
mount nnd salute column bb it pusses.
Marshal, Harry Wiluer; and aide, II
All arrangements have been mado
with careful attention to details,
that there sTIould be no Hitch In the
march to tho cemetery nnd the services
to bo held there over the graves of do
There wero memorial sen Ices out at
Camp McKlnley at 12 noon today. The
program was as follows:
liaise Hag to masthead.
Singing of the "Star Spangled Ban
Present arms to the flag.
Beading of Lincoln's Gettysburg
speech by Lieut. Behr.
The Kapiolani Estate, Ltd,, has suc
ceeded In borrowing tho $300,000 it has
been after for some time past Tho
money was loaned by the Otman Sav
ings and Loan Co. of San Francisco.
Tho educational branch of the Mc
Klnley memorial fuud committee held
a meeting Wednesday for the purpose
of hearing tho repoit of the treasurer
on the proceeds from tho recent con
cert given at tho Opera House lu aid of
Mr. Djke, principal of tho Kameha
meha schools, presented his report
showing a neat sum netted by the
oung people at their conceit. How
ever, there was one bill yet to be ad
justed before the exact amount could
Mr. Dyke was communicated with
this morning and he stated that thero
would be at least $350 to turn over to
tho general committee.
S. S. SIERRA, May 27,
Next impress Steamer to Coast.
Wells, Fargo & Co. Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with Amerlcin
THE NEW LINCOLN MONUMENT AT SPRINGFIELD. ILL.
Uuru fc'cb. lit. Ibou.
WITH MANY FLAGS
s Colors Fly Acme and
Dirigo Makes Splendid Showing
JamesRolph in All
Honolulu harbor presents a beautl'
tul Bpectaclo toVlay In honor of Deco
ration Day. .
Every vessel. big and little, steam
and sail, is drowsed in all her colors.
The Stars and,Stnpes, nt half niast
In memory of tho"soldler dead, is con
spicuous from one end of the front to
Where tho towering masts of the
great ships at tho railway wharves
pierce the blue, tho most generous dec
oration Is noticeable; perhaps because
tho most vessels aro at tho Kwa end ot
tho harbor and the combined flags
make the greatest showing.
A mnrvcllous changp camo over tho
harbor and the waterfront at 8 o'clock
this morning. Before that tlmo not a
Hag wiu to be seen, not a Lit of bunt
ing was visible anywhere on tho water
Promptly at 8 o'clock, however, as
tho bells aboard tho harbor's craft
sounded out tho hour, Hags flew from
every steamer, sailing vessel and flag
Tho United States tug Iroquois set
the example. The eyes of tho masters
of the different vessels wero upon tho
Iroquois for tho right moment to hoist
Tho ship Acme, Captain Lawrence,
nnd the Sewall shtp Iilrlgo, Captain
Goodwin, tho largest and finest vessels
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.
1007 PORT STREET
Died April IS. ltV3.
In tho harbor, arc magnificently deco
rated. As soon as the steamship Peklne had
docked she bloomed forth In all her
colors and Is ono of the best dressed
vessels In port.
The bark Pactolus, Captalu Dart, Is
splendidly adorned and the bark An
drew Welrh is also fitted up In appro
Tho schooner James Rolph, Captain
Olson, presents a charming spectacle.
She Is lying alone In tho stream In all
her glory. Captain Olscn had station
ed his men In man-of-war fashion and
had every flag aloft at the same mo
ment. The W. II. Dlmond lsallvo with flags.
Other vessels In the harbor are decorat
ed in fine style and the whole scene
surpasses anything that has been Been
In this harbor for many a day.
Tho freight steamers Hyades and
Tamplco aro up to the standard, as aio
also the Island boats In port. Tho
schooner A. II. Johnson makes a pretty
picture and so does the old bark Cey
lon. 8P0RTB PROGRAM.
Following Is the schedule of sports
Baseball Custom House vs. Honolu
lu, at 1-30 p. in.; Malle Illmas vs.
Punahous, at 3 p. m. Both games at
Cricket Scotland vs. The World,
Maklkl, nt 2 p. m.
Athletics Boys' Brigade field day,
Kapiolani Park, nt 10.45 a. m.
Tennis Hawaiian Tennis Associa
tion tournament, scml-tlnals, mixed
doubles. Pacific courts, at 4 p. m.
TRAMPING TO TANTALUS.
There were eight young men In tho
party that went on a tramp up Tan-
i talus this morning. Secretary II. C.
Brown of the Y. M. C. A. Is the lender.
The party started out at about 9:30
o'clock taking their luncheons with
them. They will return In tho cool of
There nro physicians In Germany
who charge only two cents for a con-
, sulfation and four cents for a visit.
OUR BLACK YICI
KID -SHOES -AT
havo all tTio beauty of pat
ent leather with the wear
ing qualities and comfort
of kid. Always polUhed.
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