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OPIUM STORY CONTINUED.
The Aeorant's Yarn by John Leonard,
Music in Hawaii by Miss Violet Damon.
Full Account of the Hilo Races.
For the Philippines
Washington, Juno 2fi. At 8 o'clock
tonight at the end of a nine-hour ses
sion and of a debate lasting night and
day for a week, the Houso passed tin
Philippine civil government hill practi
cally aB It came from tho committee. It
was a party volo 141 to 97, with tlio
exception or McCall of Massachusetts,
who voted wllh tho Democrats. Tho
minority substitute for tho establish
ment tif a temporary government In
tho Islands and their permanent Indo
penuenco as soon as a stable govern
ment could be established, was defeat
cd hy 95 to 13G.
Strong soul and high endeavor, the
world needs them now. lieauty still
lies Imprisoned, and lion wheels go
over tho gcod and ttue and beautiful
that might sprint; from human lives.
I Dove Season Opens
I JULY 1st
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Many short stories and articles among which
will be the following :
Cambridge, Mass., Juno 25. Com
mencement at Harvard University wis
of unusual interest today because of
the presence of President Hoosovclt,
11 graduate of Harvard, class of 1880,
who received tho honorary degree .1
I.I..D. There were other notabld
guests who also received the degree ot
I.L.D., Including the Ilev. Dr. Edwnrd
Everett Hale of Doston.
As a precaution for the safety ot
President Hoosevelt, the collcgo ynrd,
usually open to all, was Inclosed by n
fence and only holdeis of degrees, of
ficers, students and guests woro ad
mitted, and tilese by ticket only. No
ladles wero admitted Insldo tho yards
aif3 even students residing In the yard
needed tickets for admission. The
wentchr was delightful.
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The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents p-M
m: and h
W L. T. l'ct.
llonoluh 6 1 7 857
Kamehamcha 4 2 C 660
Mnlle-lllma 4 3 7 672
Custom House 3 3 C 500
I'linahou 3 4 7 428
Artillery 0 8 8 000
There were fully two thousand peoplo
present nt tho baseball games on tho
campus nt I'unnhou yesterday after
noon and the police officers had their
hands full keeping the crowds back olt
the field. Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth
and Senior Captain Hobcrt Parker
were both preesnt nt the game and su
perlntended the work of ielr men.
The first game was between the II.
A. C.'s and Punnhoiis and resulted III
a victory for the former by n score of
9 to 4. The second game wns between
the Custom House and Artillery team
and resulted In a victory for the for
mer -by a score of 10 to 4. The sum
mary of the games Is ns follows;
II. A. C. "All. U. II. O A. E
Olcason. lb 4 2 2 7 1 1
.1. Alett. cf I 2 1 0 0 0
Williams, p 5 1 2 0 2 0
Louis, c 1 1 1 13 2 0
.loy. 3b 4 0 I 1 0 I
Price, ss 4 0 1 1 1 t
W. Aylctt, rf 4 1 1 0 1 0
Ilansman, If 3 1 1 3 0 )
Thompson, 2b 3 I 0 2 1 0
Total 9 10 27 8 .1
P. A. f All. It. ll.O. A. I!.
Steele. 2b 4 (I 0 I II 0
A. Maicelllno. ss 1 1 1 1 1 'I
Mejer, 31) 4 0 1 2 2 1
Wall I house, if I 0 1 0 11 0
.1. Maicelllno. If 4 0 1 3 (I il
Cooke, cf I 1 'I I 0 0
Super, lb I 1 2 7 0 3
lleineiiwuy. e 4 1 2 5 1 0
Fernandez, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Williamson, p I 0 n 1 0 0
Total I S 21 10 I
SCORE 11V INNINGS.
p A. (' 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 Ol
H. A. C I 4 1 0 0 II 0 0 19
Three base hits Joy. Hemenwiiy.
Two base hits Wnteihoiifc.
SaeillUe lilts Joy. A. Manelllno.
Il.ise hits Off Williams S. off 'Fer
nandez . off Williamson 4.
Slolen basrs (lle.ison 2. Williams.
Price 2. W. Aylett, llansninn.
Double play Steele to Soper.
Struck out Hy Williams 12, hy Fer
nandez 1. by Williamson 3.
liases on balls Hy I'crnnndez 2, by
Pased balls Henicnway 2.
Artillery AH. K. II. O. A. E.
Smith, 2h B 0 2 3 2 0
PUney. cf 5 0 1 3 0 0
'vnnett. 3b 5 1 1 1 2 1
O'Lcary, lb I 1 2 11 0 0
Manls. If 3 1 1 3 0 0
Davis, c. 4 0 1 1 1 0
Rodgers, rf 3 1 0 0 1 0
McFarlane. ss 4 0 1 1 3 0
Dcllle, p 4 0 0 12 0
Total 4 9 24 13 1
P. S. Customs. All. It. H. O. A. E.
Tucker, ss 4 1 1 1 3 2
Willis, lb 4 2 1 14 1 1
Nowell, 2b 4 4 4 1 2 0
Klwa. 3b 3 12 12 1
King, rf 4 112 0 0
Anderson, p 4 1 1 0 4 0
Haven, e 4 0 0 5 0 1
II. Wilder. If 4 0 1 1 0 U
Howers, cf 4 0 0 2 0 k
Totnl 10 11 27 12 3
SCOIti: DY INNINGS.
Artillery 000004 00 0 I
V. S. Customs .. 3 2 0 2 0 0 10 10
Home run Nowell.
Three base hit Anderson.
Two base hits Nowell, Klwa. Mc
Farlane. Sacilflco bits Ucnnett.
Stolen bases Klwa. II. Wilder. Smith
3, Pllney, Ucnnett, O'Lenry 2, Manls 2,
Double play Willis to Nowell.
Struck out By Anderson 3, by Delll
liases on balls Dy Anderson 2. bj
Wild pitches Anderson 1 Dcllle 2.
Passed ball Davis.
Halks Anderson 2
Washington, Juno 27, President
Hoosevelt has requested Attorney Gen
eral Knox to make an examination of
the faetB connected with the so called
anthracite coal trust or combination.
This Is with a view to ascertaining tho
exact legal status of tho great rail
roads and coal companies that arc act
ing In harmony for the purpose of reg
ulating tho prico of coal, miners'
wages, etc. This docB not necessarily
mean that the Attorney General will
proceed against the coal combination,
as he lias already done against tin
Northern Securities Company nnd tho
beef tiust, but the chances are that
action will bo taken when the whole
quontlon has been thoroughly exnmln
ed. Matters are certainly crystallizing
in that, direction, although the Presi
dent today told callers that he had not
made up his mind one way or the oth
er. The President has in his posses
sion the report of Carroll D. Wright,
Commissioner of Labor, who fha'do an
investigation for him of matters :n
dlBputo between the coat operators and
miners. Tho President declined to
discuss this roport, saying that he did
not know whether It would be mado
public or not.
Cholera Reports From Luzon.
Manila, Juno 24. The province of
Dulucan, Central Luzon, has granted
$j(00 towi.-il the oxpenses of tombal
nit thn spiead ot cholera. Tho cheVr,-.
totit ti, date aie as follows: Mam'i.
IG07 caves anil 1281 deaths; provln"cs
S1S8 aitc's and 272 deaths.
The finest examplo of weaving In the
world Is said to be the Panama hats
manufactured In Jlpljabaf pronounced
Illppyhnppl), in the province of Mon
' ? it-i-
ii a, m. p.
Mooiir-. i t$ i 8
Tutsity '. 6 oi l 7
0 It. to 36
1 to 11.48
Wcdottday If) C 4t i 6 ? oo
Thursday ,,,,,, ,
it. ? j6 r .' 8 05I
I Jj It J8
t 14 a 6
a? E is i.l 0 C
1 a. m r m.
Saturday 8.10 10 i.a 0 si 1 10 4 os
Sunday flu it t4 1.4 to s 4 01 s .1
Monday !' " n.i.f 11 if 4 54 im
Last quarter of the moon 2Sth nt
11:22 a. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul and Hilo occur
about on hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh SOm
slower than Green wclh time, being
luut ot the meridian of 157.3U. The
timo whistle ..ows nt 1..10 p. m., whlcn
Is the same ns Greenwich, vn 0m.
Weather nureau. I'unnhou, July 5.
Temperature Morning minimum,
73; Midday maximum. M.
Haiomcter at 9 a. m. 29.99. Irregular.
Dew Point 72K.
Humidity nt 9 a. in. SI per cent.
Friday. July I.
T. K. K. Hongkong Marti, rilmer. G
days f 1 0111 San Francisco, at 3:30 p. in,
Str. Nocnu. Mosher. from I.nhalna.
and Hninakua potts, at 7:15 n. m.
Str. Kauai. Ilruhn. fiom. Maknweli,
Walinen nnd Ahnklnl. nt 4 : "..". n. m.
Am. sp. George Curtis, .1 J. Dennett,
II da.vs fiom San l-'rani'lso. at & n. m.
I Schr. Malolo. Sanders, from llnnnleij
n.l V-ollltlu.tl nt 11 11 HI t'
Schr. Charles Levi Woodbury, liar
lis. fiom Hilo. nt 11:30 a. m.
C'.-A. S. S. Aorangl, Phillips, fiom
Vnmouwr and Vlctoiln, nt 11 p. in.
Saturday, July 3.
Am. hk. Alden Hesse. Kcsul. 13 iU)i
fiom San Fmuclsi-o, with general mer
chandise. C.-A. S. S. Aornnel. ITillllps. for Su
va, Hrlsbano and Silney, nt 11 u. 111.
Saturday. July 3.
T. K. K. Hongkong Mam. Fllmer.
for the Oilent, nt 11 a. m.
For the Orient, per T. K. K. Hong
kong Maru, July 3 Mis. L. P. Dre.v
ler. Misses F. and T. Veinon and 130
Japanese and 13 Chinese.
From San Francisco, per T. K. K.
Hongkong Maru. July 4 To stop over
at Honolulu G. C. Ilrnrkctt. Col. II. U
Woodward. For Yokohama Miss A.
C. F. Harkwoith. J. II. lllock. Lieut.
II. (J. Gabes, Dr. J. K. Jones. Mrs.
Jones, Chas. E. Miller, A. Sato. .Mrs.
Sato, Miss Sato and servant, D. Y. Tn
kukl. Gen. Wm. Sooy Smith. Mrs.
Smith. M. Xngahnmn. Miss Helen N.
Prabent. H. P. Goehold, Master Smith.
For Shanghai G. A. Derby, II. C. Me
lone, T. S. Yen. For Hongkong J. L.
Hcveildge. Mrs. Ileverldge, P. J. Ueve
ridge, Mrs. Ileverldge nnd two chil
dren, L. 1). Hruekart. Mrs. A. Huoff, W.
W. McGregory. Mrs. McGiegory, i
Mint. Mrs. Mint. C. Urlgulla, T. C.
Cook. P. Walker.
Fiom Lahalnn nnd Hamakua ports,
per str. Noeau. July 4. Miss Nellie Hall,
Miss Jeannle Hall, J. Fowler and 10
ftlki WMIo DATA
llii THE d
Washington, June 27 John IV.
Mackay tabled us follows from London
to Senator Perkins today: "You will
ho glad to know we expect to let tho
contract for a cable fiom Honolulu to
.Manila, touching nt Midway and
Guam, in n few days, and I believe wo
( nn get it completed by the end of tho
next year, Instead of 1904. provided
wo can obtain soundings from thn
These soundings were made hy a
Government vessel nnd from them
were obtained n complete data of the
ocean floor, with maps which are val
ued at $100,000. In lew of the fact
that Mackay is going ahead with con'
stiuction without cost to. the Govern
ment, lie believes the Government
should tin 11 over this data to him. Sec
retary Moody, when asked to give tho
data to Mackay, said the matter should
be passed upon by tho President. Per
kins will see tho President next week
While Dr. Seward Webb was travell
ing in the far west his friends In Ver
mont had him In mind for tho nomina
tion for governor. It was whllo he was
courting his wife (a duughter of Wil
liam II. Vanderbllt) that Dr Webb bo
gnu his annual visits to the Green
Mountain State. To be near her hu
paid a call upon the late William M.
Evnrts, says the Philadelphia Press,
who owned a fine farm In Vermont.
Mr. Webb arrived at tho ex-Benator's
house about noon on a very hot day.
Luncheon was Just served In the dining
room, the table placed almost under
neath a large old-fashioned flieplacc.
Among other things on tho board was a
cold lmm, stuck all over with spices,
which Mr. Evarts proceeded to carve.
"Doctor." he asked, "did you evr
hear of the Magazine?"
"Oh, yes," replied Dr. Webb. "I be
lieve It Is something new they havo
Just started over In Brooklyn,"
"Well, doctor." continued Mr. Evarts.
'that magazine has written mo to bend
them something choico from my pen, I
icuess I'll send them a slice, of this
Queen Alexnndia hns had posted In
many omnibuses placards requesting
passengeis not to require the stoppage
of tho vehicle moie often than is abso
lutely necessary, and thus rellove the
horses an much as possible of tho tre
mendous strain of restaiting.
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Healani and Myrtle Colors in Hosiery,
Ribbons and Neckties
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For W'nnt Column See Page blx
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lir.m . - A-Mr-ai K., this office.
f."ontla .'! from nacje 1.)
teh hi ' . j il!:.j5 hows are the worst
8iiffeic.d I he uig hotels declare they
have beei. a!;not unaffected by the
poftpor.ement of the coronation, the
wealthlei Americans and others who
had con.e to witness the coronation
making no mote to go. though the next
fortnight, doubtless, will witness a
general mlsritton to the Continent nnd
Scotlind The tians-Atlantlc booking
oUlce.1 a;e Hooded with Inquiries for
eaily ti.msip Iij Americans, for whom
the cor rat' 1 was the sole object of
their vi- t to England.
London, June 21. A brief notice hni
been published In the Gazette, as a re
sult of which the entire state, social
aud business arrangements throughout
the country aie paralyzed. The order
Is dated from the Earl Marshals' office
and reads us follows:
' I have to announce that the solem
nity of the .oronatlon of their majes
ties. King Eil u J nl VII and Queen
Alexjudi.i. U postponed fiom the 2iith
to a date heieafter to be determined."
The sudden announcement of the
postponement of the coronation. Just
on the eve of the ceremonies, caused
tho utmost consternation everywhere,
The now spie.ul like wildfire. On the
Stock Exchange the effect of the start
Hug news was Immediate. Prices
weakened led by consols, with a fall of
half a po.uf. His majesty, under ordi
nary conditions, was not looked upon
as a good subject for operation, aud.
though the King passed successfully
tluough the ordeal. It Is believed that
many week? must elapse before he will
be able to undergo the arduous labor
of the coronation ceremonial. There
fore, no date can be Indicated for sai
rylng out the coronation.
The woik of demolishing the, stands
nnd all the paraphernalia piepaied for
the coi onatlon pageant was In full
swing during the latter part of the af
ternoon. Hundieds of workmen who
this morning weie engaged In putting
the finishing touches on the various
Jobs were at woik tearing down all that
has taken wpks to accomplish.
Olllclal announcement of the King's
Eerious Illness wns made to public
bodies as spedlly as possible. At this
morning 3 rehearsal of the coronation
ceremony In Westminster Abbey, tha
Bishop of London requested tho con-
giegatlon to Join In the lltnuy out of
the coronation service and pray for the
recovery of the King.
tWlTH. FlHE BOERS
New York Juno 20. A cable to tha
Sun from Pretoria says: Services In
Intercession for tho recovery of King
Edward were held heie today. Various
municipal and commercial bodies have
adopted votes of sympathy. (JeueralJ
Botha, Delarey and Lucas Meyer, on
behalf of the Boers, are now holding u
meeting to frame a message of sympa
thy. Crimson Waves Above llltie.
New Havon, Conn, Juno 24. llefnri
10,000 spectators Huivard dcloati d
Yale this ntternoon in tho eommene
ment baseball game. Many of Oe
classes thnt letuined for tho leunlin
marched around the diamond, headed
uy brass bands The class of ,1891!
Hindu n novel appearance, headed as
they were by ten men on hoiseback
cairylug llsh pole flags.
Mrs. Albertlna S. Pyne, late 01
Princeton, N J left an estate of JC,
000,000 In personal piopeity alone.
NEW - TO-DAY
Dr. Hodglns nan removed from Ala
lc.n street to Heietnnla street, opposite
the Hawaiian Hotel. Practice limited
) to the Eyes, Ears. Nose nnd Throat.
WILLIAM M'KINCEV LODGE,
No. 3, K. of P.
J There will be a regular convention
of the above named Lodge this Satur
day evening. July 3, In Harmony Hnll,
I Work In the First Rank.
I Membeis of Oahu No. 1 anil Mystic
No. 2 nnd nil sojouililng hi others nro
Invited to nttend.
I ALFRED AHENDT.
21 90-1 1 K. of It. & S.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday, August 9th, 1902, at
12 o'clock noon, at tho front entrance
of the Judiciary building, will be sold
nt Public Auction, the leases of tho
folfowlng lands, situate in tho district
of Kau, Hawaii.
1. Lands of Kaalaala, Kaloull, Mo
hokapu nnd I'ohakuloa, containing nn
area of 3119.30 acres, a little more or
Term Five years, from January 1,
Upset rental $20nn.on per annum,
payable scml-annqaiTy In advance.
2, All of the forest lands lying be
tween lands of Kcalwa anil Knpapala.
t Term Twenty-ono years.
Upset rental $200.00 per annum
payable semiannually In advance.
Lease to bo sold under iorcst condi
tion. For plan and further particulars
may bo had upon nppTIcatlon at the
Public Lauds Office, Honolulu.
EDWAiro S. BOYD.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Public Lands Office. July 2. 1902.
Public Lands Office. 2IJ0-3t
of Real Estate
ON SATURDAY, JULY 12,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street. Ho
nolulu. I will sell nt PUBLIC AUC
by older of the heirs of J. C. Snow,
deceased, that certain tract of land sit
uated at Laupahoclioe, Island of Ha
waii, containing 92.3 acres, fenced,
with all of tho Improvements thereon.
Improvements consist of dwelling
nouso of flvo rooms, coffee pulping ma
chine, drying house, two 3000-gallon
wooden tanks all In good condition.
About ten acres of said land now
planted In coffee, In good condition
and well cultivated. Land adjoins
that of E. W. Barnard.
Upset price $1000. Terms, cash, U.
S. gold coin. Deed nnd expense rf
transfer to he nt cost of purchaser. Im
mediate possession given. For further
Information, address E. W. Barnard,
Lniipahoehoe, Hawaii, or Russell &
Watson, Attorneys for Heirs, Honolu
lu. JAMES F. MORGAN,
When William H. Crane, the actor,
was recently In Indianapolis, ho went
Into a cafo that looked particularly
dingy on the Inside. It was presided
over by n fat bartender, who was in Ills
shlitsleeves, and who put both hands
011 the bar and Inqulied of Mr. Crane
and his friend:
"Well, gents, what'll ye hnvo?"
"Glvo 1110 two Maitlnl cocktails."
said Mr, Ciane
The bai tender looked n hit nonpluss
ed, then fumbled nlmslessly among
some bottles back of the bar, and said
"Sony, gents, but I'm just out of
Mr. Crane glanced at his companion
an Instant, and then lespondcd grave
ly "Very well, then glvo us two Man
hattan cocktails. If you've got any
Mnnhnt." New York Times.
65 Queen St.
OK MONDAY, JULY 71b,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, GG Queen street, I
will sell nt Public" Auction, Iron and
wooden beds, bureaus, wnshstands,
rockers, chairs, tables, mattresses,
springs, oak center tables, picture
frames, pictures, skin ruga, hammocks,
rugs, cano rockers, chiffonier. Bide
board, Ice boxes, lamps, leo cream
freezers, wood stoves, oil stoves, nets,
fans, bird cages, kitchen tallies, por
tieres, clocks, kitchen utensils, Fcntcs,
filters, and nn assorted large quantity
Jus. F. Morgan,
ON TUESDAY, JULY 8th
ATMO O'CLOCK A. M,
At the residence. No. C2 Ilcictanla
street, next to the now Sachs build
ing, I will sell at public auction tha
entire household furniture, consisting
of parlor furniture, rugs, curtains,
matting, beds, uuicaus, washstands,
rockers, chairs, tables, toilet sets,
springs, mattresses, bed clothes, din
ing table, chalrj, moat safo, wardrobes,
ciockery, kitchen utensils, ferns r.nd
A large quantity of furniture.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Furniture and Law
On Wednesday, July 9th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my salesroom, 03 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction, by older
of Mis. J. A. Hasslnger, oak bureaus,
rockers, chairs, curtains and poles,
Hawaiian tapas, beds, hanging lamp,
u. liner set, crockery, ferns and palms,
Hawaiian Reports 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, G; Laws
1SC0-1872; Pennl Code 1SC9; Civil Code
1SS9; Compiled Laws, Land Claims,
Notaries anil Conveyancers Manual;
English-Hawaiian Dictionary, Hawaii
an Tariff and Digest, Session Lavv-i,
1804, 1805. 1881. 1882, 1884, 1SSG, 18S7,
1888, 1890, 1892, 1S93, 1891. 1895, 1S91?,
1S9S; standing desk, sectional book
case, rolleitop desk, Douglas chnlrj,
FIRST I offer at Private Sale,
piomlses on Beretanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustace Esq.; 130
feet on Beretanla atrect, 171 feet
deep; prlco $9000; one-half ensu", hal
nnco on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 2E9 Kinau St..
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
property han n fiontago on Klnau St.
if 115 feet nnd a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises tlireo Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kitchen, Bath,
laigo Carriage Uouso, Prlco $4300,
Terms, ono-hnlf cash; balance on
n ortgago nt 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lo
has a right ot way entrance to Bore
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontago on Kinau St.
100 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. One-half cash, balance on
mortgage at 7 .1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Beretanla St.
Further particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN,