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EVENING BULLnTIN, HON
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uW. h. t.. svTrnuAY. may ji. 1302
E. O. HALL
NEW BUILDING, CORNER
E. C. WILLIAMS
1120 FORT STREET
The raic trail, in Knplolanl Park
was alive with hos of all sUes and
nationalities from lo o clock estenhij
morning until almost 4 o'clock In thu
Thu members of the Ilo' Ilrlgado
were holding a great athletic meeting
and from the time the tiamenrs depos
ited theli enthualastle loads until they
took them up again to ione them
back lo the city, the winds thut blew
our Kuulolani Park aught up thu
noise of the gathering of healthy
jouth In earnest contest
The Mirlons companies of tho Ilojs'
llrigade lined up for drill to start tho
ball rolling. llrigade drill enme first,
follow id by a competitive drill.
Tonight there Is to be an entertain
ment at the club rooms Then the re
sult of the competltle drill will be an'
Ph)Hlcal InMittctor Young of thu
Young Men's Christina Association had
his camera In the lipid and photogiaph
cd the different companies In warllku
attitudes. Later In the day the joung
warriors, armed with wooden guns,
took their places In the grand ttuiiil
and attacked a generous lunch wiikh
bad been furnished by the managu
ment. Athletic sports were the ordei uf tho
day alter the companies luul laid down
Kakuako and I'.ilnma companies do
Scd each other In the beginning. Ka
kaako triumphed, how. ever, scoring 71
points to Palama'u o0.
Tho Knkaako boys were Jubilant.
For two j ears thu Palamas hne pos
sessed the banner. Now Knkanko has
cause to be proud nnd will retain thu
challenge banner for the next e'ii.
En Sue Is to bo redited lor hi
share in Kakaako h litory, lor It was
ins training Hint prepaieii to compiir
ors for estcnltt)'K good woik.
First plaeu In an eent counted fUti
points, stcond three points and thlid
.. II. I.. .. .........!........ ...
the club looms, when the result of the '
competitive drill is announced. Tho this morning. She was to . de
banner nnd medals will bo handed nut luiteil at 7 o'clock, hut slip hi ought a
to the lttors In appropriate style. J large amount of fi eight from the Orient
There will he music nnd a good tlmu tor "'Is poit und had aim. to tuke
generally. labium lonsldeiablu (0,il. She tukes
President Theodoie Richards of tho ,'! " "',"" """" ""ll ,,,nn """'1 ''
Roys' Hrlgade was the guiding spirit ' ',1 V! i'" 'i.1, ,,h1M '"," '"
, . , . . i , , I'luuaui) lie at least eight dais mukng
of j.sterdays sports, being ably aS.,P ,r to ,,lamlsi ,,', hlh
slsted by V C. Atbeiton, tommonilgr , The auidi-nt to her muchliierj, the
of the Kakaako company, and the loosening of a ciunk pin, tluowlng ouu
Revv J. P. Erdman, captain of the Pa- Under out of uinimlsslon, will cause
lama contingent Major Wilson and "" ,,,IB to pioceed nt u speed much
Frederick Yount' acted as officers ot M"" '" usual progress,
tho flcfd I C,,I,,"'"K"C' -Mi CIiiioMIpph that
1 , l"' i'"l'lB will anUe In San Fran-
There we.e numen.us people present , nm 8llnill nftclI10on aUh0IIKn
In the grand stand and on tho fluid to it may possibly be Moudaj morning
witness the bports of the bojs All June 9. before the vessel docks She
were pleased with what they saw. Mi. w'" 'ie evenil dajs late there and liei
Richards also expiessed himself an llt)la' wl" I" ohablj rniisii some anxiety,
satisfied with the bhowlng. Theie la "" I'1 al" shipping men. who real
toino talk of a ciock'tompnny being X laymen "' '" ""'"y "'""
organized, tho menibeis to be furnish . , ,
ed wilh uniforms, lockers and accou
trements. Following In tho summary of thti
Flft) yards dash for boyi
1 D. Desha, P.
2 O. Engee, K.
3 Auknl, P.
be within rea'tuinhle limit
tlons n very agreeable exefcle If you
choose the right mower We tarn the
ROYAL BALL BEARIN6
PENNSYLVANIA and the
We butr them from $4 10 to (20 nuit
have grass catchers to adjust to any
& SON, Ltd;,
FORT AND KING STREETS.
SERVICE - -
OFPICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Pine casket, shrouds and robes
of every description.
First-class Embalmer front S. P.
LADIES IN ATTCNDANCE.
TEL. MAIN 179.
Out liundlid )itlds dafb
l Ensue K.
J -Killlnial. K.
:: li Desha K.
Twelve pound shot
l Do Fries. K , .13 4.
J llukhle. K 34-f-2.
3 llrnad. P.. 33-11.
OneOinK mile tan
lO. Mashke, K.
'! C. Anderson, P.
Ouc.mllu blejele race .
1 E ICelllaa. K.
-' E (himes, Punihhow,
3 Williams, V.
One huiidrril anil tin nids dash for
1 I). Dtsha, P.
- Engi-e, K.
3 Wegener, K.
Two huudrvd and twenty jards dash
1 Ensue, K.
2 Kelllmal. K.
3 Hulu, K.
1 K. Desha, P., .' 1 1-2.
2 G. Desha, P.
3 Piilnl. P.
1 Ensue 17-10. K.
2 Ho l.ln, ltj'i. K.
3-D. Dosha. IC 0 1-2. P.
Oup-fiiiirtli mllo iuie .
I Keliimal, K.
"V.. Desha, P.
3 C. Tdushke, K
One bundled and iwmtj Minis hur
I Ensile, K.
2 Cockitt. K.
30. Desha, i".
1 1). Lenimon I
2 En Hit K
3 Dt- Fib's K
,, ,'t '"'If' '"" "niIH. Peking
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative tiromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund tho money If il
falls to cure. H. W. Grove's signature
Is on each vt 9r ent
I'riiitiiiiT at tbe Bui
A t'romtnent MontrralHcrcyn.An tin ltv Tmmt
I! IHton, npclor St. Juile fttut lion, dmwi rf
t'hfUt Church Cathedral, wrli, "I'etw t me l
ffliiti yon ft few line lo nplj re nmmrt
I'rnnt DavikM'ais-Kiillr. I hio (tilt mil
rnti-fnction for t .i.rty-fi e jmp. It ip a inra.
Hon t hlili deterrm full public ronf dtticr. '
A inrpcnr, for
Two Sirce, ?'c and &CK
Thir, la only one I'Mii-k.n.'f Perry Dnvts.
NEW - TO-DAY
I Eighteenth Annual Meeting
1 JUNE llth and 14th, 1902
RACES lUNE llth
l First Race Union Feed Co. cup! One
j ball mile dnsh. purse 91
I Second Race Trotting and Pacing:
2 30 class; best 2 In 3, mile- heats,
I purse I "ii
'Third Race Polo Pony Race, ownei
to ride Thiee eighths mllu dash:
Fourth Race Waikapu Cup! To beat
' Gartctlne's time, 1 HP Three
fourths mile dash flee fin all, purse,
Fifth Race Rainier Cup: Tioctlug
and pacing, flee for all; best 3 in 5
j heats; puise, Jl.'H.
I Sixth Race Rosita Challenge Cup:
Fiee for all, one mile flush: JJ0 udd
1 ed If Vlorls' time of 1-45 is beaten;
i puise, $2011.
, Seventh Race Gentlemen's Driving
Race: One nifle. free for all mem
ers oi me joim-j iu.il who nnic (iil.uai hng bf.ntl. , jIIKtt(.. his slin-neMu-
ilrlwii for a purse owners to piuj ,Wil( MKn ,ha, t ucu,. ,,crrnu.
ililxe First prize. $a0 cup nnd Too id him to appear to be ollici than
mey nut, second prize, buggj. (bird I what he was lit, hud nothing to con
in Iri set harness ttial. Ills homely anecdotes eie .paru-
I Eighth Race-Flve-eighths Mile Dash:
I i...... J... oil .. ti...i
... " ' ' 7 ' ' . iOittjslmrB. whlib has Just bun lead
Ninth Race-Oceanic S. S. Co.'s Cup:t0 Jollf r,,a(lu th(. ,flKM tpll(, ,)f
VPllVr.,k fflllfrltlll tl1f t tl11 llHllH 1. HA. 1ft t ..
Three fourths mile; Hnwiillan bred;
Tenth Race One and One-Fourth Mile
Dash: Free foi all "purso $200,
RACES JUNE 14th
First Race Flve-Eelghths mile Dash:
Fre-e for all; purse. J7u0.
i Second Race Trotting
Rest i In :
! beats, purse
. .Third Race Hawaiian Jockey Club
Cup: To be won twice by same
owner oi stable; one and ouc half
miles, free for all; purse, JIM.
Fourth Race California Feed Co.'e
Cup: Hawaiian breu, Hotting and
iKicIng; best 2 In 3 beats; purse,
Fifth Race Three-Fourths Mile Dash:
Free for nil; purse. $100.
Sixth Race Trotting and Pacing, 2:24
Class: Rest 2 ill 3 heals one mile;
Seventh Race Prlmo Cup: llnntll
rap, one mile dash; fire for all;
All races to be urn or Hotted under
fhi' niles of the- California Jockey Club
and the National Trotting Association.
All riders and drivers to appear In
At least tint i' to entei nnd two to
All hoises nie expected to start
less withdrawn b) V o'clock a. in
the ela) pluvious to the lace
June II Geneial admission .10
tents; ginnd stand, iimuka side, $1 00.
gland stand, makal side. ."0 cents
June 14 Admission. Including
giund stand, $1.00.
Pioginm subject to chunge.
Entries close June 3. 1l)i(2, ut 4 p. in ,
with the seeretaiy at C. R. Collins'
C. L. CRATiITf.,
Secretin) Hawaiian JockP) Club
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Them will in. a meeting ol the char
tei membeiK of William McKlnley
Lodge No. 8, K. of P., In Hurniony
Hall, this Satuiday nfteinoun. Jlst
Inst., ut 4 p m., lor the purpose of
election of menibeis and Initiation of
olfleeis elett, not now niembeiB of tho
ThPio will bo a meeting In the same
hull lit 8 30 p. m. loi the puipose of
Installing officers and Instituting tho
All members of Oahu T.odgp No. 1,
and Mystic Lodge) ICo. 2, nnd nil visit
lug membeis, aio invited to be pes
i ut at both meetings.
A. N. SINCLAIR,
Dlstilct Deputy Supiemo Chancellor
Saturday Maj 31.
Strur. James Mnhee, Tullett from
Anaholn at in. 23 a in., with ISoo bags
of siignr ami limn bagB of rice.
Stmr. Klnau Freeman, from llllo
ami wa.v ports, at 1 p. m.
Sattirda), Jla SI
P M S S Peking. Robleon, for San
Francisco, at 11 a ru.
Sti Nlllinu, Tuompoon, for Anahola,
nt 4 p. m.
From IHIo and way ports, nei sir
I KIiiiiii. Ma) 31 D. F. Ilushnell, II. II
lltushntll, Hradlinw Sheiwood Miss
.Inlla MeSloekcr Miss .Mary MeSloekcr,
V. H. Malott, C. P. St John L. K.
Kentwcll, J. Merrltlpld, .1. A. Graatk.
Mrs. . riialmera and child .1 (1 Roth
well. .1. .1. Jiikulfk C. X. Spelro, .1. L
Rockwell. .1 O Rourke. Geo. Wilson. It.
T. Gunid. Capt P Johnson. Geo. II
Robertson, Miss Kobcitson, P P.
Woods, llenr.v P. Ilcikle), Samuel Par
kpi Jr Jnrril (i Smith. A. V Gear. T.
I' Lansing. M Hiffprn. Gpo Gill and 3
children,.! lkp H. Sha. T Lawson.
.l II Clnnt), O. M Atwiiid. Mik O.
M twnrd and t'l deck past iigeis.
i PASSENGERS DEPARTED
I'ji San Finnclsco. per P. M S S
j Pi 1.1ns. Mn III W F Mttihpll. V E
l Hems. . I llumplticj b. Charles Hall E
W Mlti lull. Mis G. R. II. IIiijpi. Mri
S M. I'lnd. II II While nnd w ifo
Miss Wails Miss M. II Lewis .1 (
Dyinp. .1 11 High). Gerald Holllstcr
W T Kllp.itiltk 1' I) Ort-an) 11 G.u
lie h. ('apt Gllhprt llrokaw.
WAR VETERANS STAND
OF DEPARTED COMRADES
(Continued from page 1.)
The gieoteft nnme whlcli the meil
can rebellion bioufht conspluoi:3ly to
the front wns that of Ahr.di.ini Lin
eoln. Though he was In no sense n
soldier, jet io man of ami u ej- i iod
prn limes poi-sessed so ninuj of Ihi
iualities of giiatncss, Horn amoiii; thu
poor, leared on the frontier, tucustom
ed to all the hardships, of phi nei life,
u M-lf-fduiatcd man with nil his early
liltnilshlps among the plain people
of the pl.li i whtie lie Hied, lie poses
sed a broad humault) liejoml that of
an man of his age Willi u lemuik
alde tuideintss for human life, and u
1b!PK ""-""'K1' 'leli he llliif.tr iuii liln
IJ"'-e' 'ht' "I""" I'C delUe.Pd at
cioiiuence. ills inaugural addresses
gmii now lead like Inspired words. He
grows upon ou us time passes .hit
i greatness becomes more apparent as
I the .m.U'h I oil on He- neer plueed him-
'self on u plane uboe other men He
was one of the people and his e.wnpu-
l Ibles were broad enough to take In at
onee the s!ap and the muter He
tccllzcd Unit both were the creatures
of rliiumstiiiices whlcli the) could not
I lonttul. A deep sense of wrong neer
Inspired him with a hatred of thf-
wrongdoer, for he was a 'mau and noth-
ling human wus alien lo him."
We look In nln among men uf un
dent or modern times for one man so
wlilil) and so tendirly loed as was
Abraham Lincoln. The crowning glory
I of this age Is tbut be liu-d In It and
te crowning glor of America Is that
j he was one of her sons. Washington
Lincoln and Me-Klnley are the most Il
lustrious American characters,
I The private soldiers who went to tlic
war to malntuln what the) believed la
I be right must never be forgotten.
Though their names aie lost to the
'world their fame- cau never die. To
I coming g Delations all who fell upon
the field of glor.v will he famous. These
men did not go to war for personal
'fame. The) went for pilncljile. Wbcth
I i-i one leads of them on the inurc.il, In
the bivouac of Hie camp, In the storm
of battle and ihe shock of contending
'ft"""1 l,1' wi"re alvtt uiilmated b)
,,R' K""' nlh 'mi'iiUe io light foi and
t il reii uv me lur me cause luej icpie
I 'I lie American people have alvva)s
reeognUed their obligations to tbe pri
vate soldiers. What would Grant oi
Lie. Sherman or Jackson, Sheildim or
Earlv. have done without them? Tho
rank and file made both urmlcs. And
now, there ure no officers or privates
as such In the grave. Death Is the
.gi eat leveler.
! We come todu) to monument theli
dust. No aeilalm of vlclor) can leach
them now The sokmn sllenee of the
tomb iiivelops them. Hut whether the)
wore the blue or the gray the pilvute
soldiers are the un-uamed heroes of
ihe win. It Is n Kiatlons custom to
det oi ate veaily In this public manner
Ihe Slaves of thu soldier dead with of
ferings of flowers. It is twice blessed.
It eommemoiutes the deeds of thoi'
who have gone before, and It serves til
keep alive in the present generation
the flame of patriotism, and that love
I of tountr) which will be ready to ie-
spond to the nation s call In her hour
of need. The lives of these men und
indeed their deaths, remind us. that
"We tan ninko our lives sublime.
And departing, leuve behind us,
Footpilnts on the sands of time '
Bulletin. TVi per month
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
clal Travelers. Opposite Landing, lino
view, cool and comfortable. Terms
G, FREELAND, -
GOING AWAY THIS SUMMER ?
if so, you need a
NEW SPIT CASE or BAG
We have them here In great variety. Of every good kind of leath
er, with fancy trimmings within and without, full leather lined and
canvas lined, high priced and low priced; but none of them of low
quality. We mark them and deliver them free.
Wc sell tourists' requisites cheaper than regular dealers do, be
cause with ui that line Is merely an Incident of our business. With
them It Is a specialty.
Judge Prices by tneje Two!
SUIT CASE made of tlnest selected ease leather, Btcet
frame, Holland linen lined, hand sewed French edges,
'corners riveted and stitched, patented spring locks,
bias trimmings, hag handle with brass loops riveted,
four 3traps and shirt pocket In body, 22lnches lohg, In
russt and chocolate colors $6.95
OXFORD OAO, extra large, heavy stock, long grain, hand Rew
ed English steel frame with polished brass lock and catches,
Vlenni hindie elegantly leather lined with pockets, stay
Inches lorg 14 15 16 17 18
Prlca $6.55 $7.05 $7.40 $7.90 $8.25
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
wants THE LAST BOOK
For Want Column Se Page Six
WANTED Young lady waitress for.
counter luu h loom Dimo Lunch.
Foil St. 21G0-21
TO LET Three furnished rooms with
kitchen, rent $2'5 31T Vineyard St.
next to Engleslde
TO LET A mo it desirable home with
n private fimil) boird If desired.
Address H C this office 21C2 Iw
FOR SALE Furniture
eottage, plinls eir.
port of VlHoyjn! St .
away; will sll fir $75
Rullctin oft! o
of five room
for SALE Pony and carriage. For
further partifiilirs or view, enquire)
of J. C Qmnn Territory Stables.
LOST Ilpait-Bhapd gold pin In Ad
ams lane Return to this oClce and
reecho rpvTirc! 21GS tf
From Marine Corps
Washington Mi IS Captain Ber
tram S. Neumann of the Mirlne Corps
has 'jecn dlsmNaed from the naval scr
vice as a result of liu Hhl br coiul
martial at Pons.icoli . Fla Captain
Neumann W13 tried on four ch.iraea-
srandalous eondu't tendln, to the vie
structlon of good morilj, .INoheyiiia
the lawful ordei of hU superior officer,
falsehood nnd conduct to the piejiidlce
of good order and military discipline.
Captain Neumann's trial grew out ol
li regularities In h i accounts as post
Heasurer nt Pensuola liai racks.
The couit found him ullt) of all tha
eharges and sentenced him to dismis
sal fiom the serv.ee but recommended
dementy on the par- of the reviewing
authority lu view of Captain Neu
man's exeelleat profelonal recouland
because of lm mental condition, which
the court stated Incipadtated him for
a proper appreciation of his responsi
bilities and obligations."
Secretary Moody approved the sen
tence of the court and Ignored thn
ricommendatloii for clemenc)
The President continued the Secre
Wind and Rain
Cause Six Deaths
Cincinnati May '.0 Slnrtli after 11
o t lock today this ne'ghborliool waa
stricken by a terrlflr wind and tain
Mm in, causlmc the death of six nprsnm
and Injuring many otheu. The fuiy
or the storm continued onl) a half hour
but In that time over $1 001.000 of Jam
age was done In the liualu . section
of Cincinnati and a, nvuli more In
other parts of the .-itv ami suburbs
Prior to the unprecedented fall o.'
rain dense clouds were seen to thu
south and the . Ity became as dark as
at night. It wai afterward learned
thut there had been a tenlflc watei-
spout on the I.owUburn hills In thn
touthern subuibi o' Covington. Ky
and It moved ove the Kentucky su
burbs Into this it, pn-dug up Miami
Vullev and canning cljaiui as far
iiwa) as Dayton, Ohi i
Set of 5 maps, S2.00
50 CENTS EACH
n sale at office ot . . .
THE . . .
FRANK R, STOCKTON
: Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
GOOD FLOOR VARNISH
Our advice Is often asked on
the varnish; and regarding
floor varnish will say use
We are In a position lo know
by the remarks of users of dlf
ferent varnishes and wo have un
hesitancy In recommending Su
prcmls. It rivals the best wax
finish In beauty, surpasses It in
durability, and Is a permanent
floor preserver. Does not show
vvhlfp scratches. We sell It, cer
tainly. LEWERS & COOKE,
I If you t)av th-m yiur Imi hae ulnt-ly acquire
I bal habilt It It not necemry lei's tortured by
corru. Inerowlne nails, bunions chilblains, etc.
Thtvmaybcicur4"Ihall yotrlMlna) be broken
i ot mill Sal habits, You lll be surprised, not only
1 how much rec-e easily an4 comfortable yon wilt walk
vu, wnii iiuw Brti more viiar and rorce you will be
able to think and ac In all your business or social
cah and see me aboc his, or send me word and I
in watt uu yuu.
Dp. W. R. Bogle,
Union Strict above Hotel.
Consultation at of&Vt free
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Offices Rooms 208-209 Boston build
Ing. Fort Street.
Telephones Office, Main 3S5; Res
Idence, White 2861.
Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 3 xo 5
p. m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 12 to 2 p.rc
P. O. Dox 801.
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Love DuIIdlng, Fort Street
Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Main S2r
Oonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
All Lovers o! the Sport
are requested to register their
State or Territory at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
MRS, A. SCHOELLKOPF,
TEACHER OF PIANO.
Honolulu, T. H.
Hotel Street, Opposite Advent Church.
65 Queen St.
ON MONDAY, JONE 1st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
On the premises, second house in
Chrlstlcy lane, off of Fort street, Just
above Vineyard street, I will bcII at
Public Auction tho entire household
furniture, consisting of
Reds, bureaus, washstands.
Springs, mattrcBscs, bed clothes,
Rockers, tables, chairs, matting.
Dining table, nets, dishes, glassware,
Kitchen utensils, lco box and
A nearly new oil Btove.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
FOR SALE ! !
FIRST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Bcretanla street, adjoin
ing residence ot C. Hustaco Esq.; 130
feet on Heretanla utreet, 171 feet
deep; prlco $9000; one-half cnsli, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.,
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
I'roperty has a frontago on Klnau SL
tf 115 feet and a dopth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises thrco Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen, Bath,
la i go Carriage House. Prlco $4500.
Terms, one-halt caBh; balanco on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lot
has a right of wny entrance to Bero
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontago on Klnau St.
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. One-half cash, balance on
mortgage nt 7 1-2 per cont net. Has
right of way to Bcretanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
$5 QxieeM St