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nVUNINfl IIUl.t.KTIN, llONOt.ULU, T. It , MONDAY, BEI'T. 27, 1900.,
MILITIAMEN HARD AT WORK IN GREAT
WAR GAME IN MASSACHUSETTS
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AltliuiiRh llio 11rln1.tr) unit main pmpobo of the great war gnmo In Massachusetts hns been to test tho
IioshIIiIIII) of lepclllng an armed roue which had smcccdcd, theoretically, In gaining 11 foothold on tho
Aiuerltan 10.1st and tho "game" way pi tuned to he the greatest thing of the sou ecr seen In tho United
Hlnte. tho movemeuts of tho mllltlntncn hno been Intended to train them under actual war conditions.
With thut end In view. U10 men nre competed to take care of thcnibclves In tho field and In camp Tho
training also Includes drill In taking tare of horserf and supplies. Tho smartness and rapidity with which
BOine of the oluntocr soldiers front New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and the District of Columbia,
members of the "red," or leading, anil), succeeded In getting their horses nnd baggage from the steam
ers used as transput is aroused faoiublo comment Ii) the regular officers detailed as spectators. Among
the most cnJo)able expeilonccs for the men have been the long "hikes," or tramps, through tho woods and
Ileitis of eastern Massachusetts In starch of tho "enem)."
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IT is a daily necessity, because
the information it contains
concerns the life of the
the people. It is an edu
cational agency, a guide and a
constant helpmeet. Advcrtis-
ing in a daily paper broadcasts
the knowledge of what the mcr.
chants can do for the people,
and the people with their con.
stant needs go to the merchant
who gives them his knowledge.
The EVENING BULLETIN is an example of the sure
reliance of the experienced business roan in the upbuild,
nig, of his trade through judicious' newspaper advertising.
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NEW POLO FIELD IS
NOW UNDER WAY
Kaplolani Park Will Be Site of Fine
Oymnkana Ground and Match
es Will Be Played There later
According to Wnlter Dillingham,
tho polo field at Kaplolani Park will
be started on nt once. Sufficient
money Is on hand to enable the
club to begin the operations of fill
ing In nnd leveling off the field.
The Kaplolani I'ark site Is an Ideal
ono for polo, as It Is right on"" the
electric car lino nnd Is easily ac
cessible from townf
The drawback us far as Lellehun
nnd Moanalun nro concerned la that
most, people cannot manage tb get
out that distance to a enmn 11 r nnln
Tho Knplolnnl polo ground will boom
tho game a lot, nnd some nno
nintches will be seen thcro In tho fu
ture. Tho present stato of thn crnnti.l u
sucn thalMmt llttlo work Is needed
to looI the earth, and n good toi
dresslng uf soil of a binding nature
Is nil that Is required beforo planting
Tho now field will bo properly side
boarded, nnd n tailing will bo erected
Mimo dlstnnco from tho boards no lhat
tho spectators will bo In no danger of
being run ocr by tho pla)ors.
Frank Baldwin thlnjts tho Kaplolani
Park scheme Is a flno ono, nnd consid
ers that ft lot nioro pla)crH will no
kii In for I ho gtnio In tho near ftilutu.
It Is, hard In sny whci tho now field
will bo ready for play, but no tKo will
bo lost on tho work now that It I
Marled, nnd cer) cITort will bo mnrii
to push tho matter on to n rapid conclusion.
SATURDAY NIGHT IN
Saturday diven Over to Atonement
ceremonies rarticiDated in by
ah, iiesiaent Jewish feople
1 Many, Sailors in Attendance.
I-nst Bnturday till tho biislneaj
lllnCCH Of. tho JimlHll IX-milii In llnnn
lulu wore closed, It being their Day of
Atonement, one 01 their great rcllgi.ius
occasions Mr. Lionel MathewB con
ducted services at tho Kaplolani build
ing, assjs(j;d'by Mr. Mathews, Sr. Ml.
Newman and Mr. Peck, and dclitonM
an appropriate sermon.
Tho day was passed In lenstln.; mil
pra)cr as( has been tho rtiatoni for
thousands of years, the service c n
tinning till sunset. In addition lo the
residents of Honolulu there ero also
present n number of Jewish lcjlors
fiom thocamps and stllors fitun tho
fleet now .In. port, Admiral Seb-co hav
Ing lssno(J(1p jtotlco qxcishiR all tho
Jewish Bailors from duty for thy day.
ARMY AND NAVY
Battery Harlow Pau.
Tho first of tho formldabln flnfonui.j
that Undo Sam Is girdling tho Island
witn is nearlng completion nnd will
be pau In a few days. Thu ten or
twclvo mon now working on Battery
Harlow will shortly be laid oft and
only those who are working on tho
tunnel tlfrough tho mountain lo tho
floor of the crater will remain. Tho
plastering has bcon conmletul Ir. thn
rOfllcoR and tho grim magazine and
moitars standing gunrd ovor them arc
all erected and In placo teady for
Tho road department Is at hrl com
pletlng a road with some Kclf-rcspcct
front tlio. uiiil of tho Walalap ctr lluu
over to tho battery and It Is about Inlf.
way finished, An automobile deliver
truck of 11. May & Co. this morning
took tho Inst chnnco It would have
to Illustrate tho primeval beauties of
tho old road and got Btnlled so olTotu
nlly on tho last stretch that a stenm
toller had to lumber up nnd pull it
out. Tho completion of this road and
a few repairs on tho Diamond Ilc.id
lieacli Iload will muko a complcta cd
do around' the old volcano fit for .111)
Tho officers' quarters aro perking
up In appearance and Major C'rco Is
tr)ing to Induct a lawn Into lollelug
Itself an affinity with tho red lava In
front of his quarters. Tho red wa-.les
on tho slopes of Mndamo Polo's old
summer residence will soon be dscor
ated with signs of comfort both In tho
officers' quarters and tho camp of the
j Captain KiiIIb. U. S. A, quarlormns-
tor. Is adtprtlslng for scaled tenders
regarding the new nngizlno to bo
erectod at Kott Eharter. It will be
Fliullarto the ono alicudy thcro.
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Sailors, Soldiers and Citizens Mingle
in Happy Throng Amusement
Places Crowded and Everyone
Has a Good Time.
Honolulu wns good to look on Sat
urday night, and tho block bounded
by Fort. King. Hotel ami llnlhnl
Urcets was crowded with tho liveliest
uuncn of pooplo that has been hero for
a long time.
And the Jacklcs, how they did en
Joy themselves! Why all tho moving
picture Bhows were crowded, and tho
ono that gave a hula as nn nim at.
traction, was simply packed" with sail
ors wno made tho atmosphere ring
with cries of "Oh. vou KM.lntim.n.
nolulu for rolnc- Wow!" nmi ,.n,nr
classics of that description.
And a wondot fully good crowd It
was. too;v hardly a row disturbed tho
evening and thu Jackles whn w,..
cut for a good time, had It without a
Sovcral danco halls were running
full blast nnd It Wns a sight of a llfo
llnio to see Jack and his donna pump
handling through a two-step or float
ing around In a waits . And when tho
Biipply of ladles ran short, Jack wa
qulto content to grasp his old pal
"I1III" or "Jim" and go buzzing around
Refreshments of the nonalcoholic
brand wero on tap nt most of the
dances, nnd Jack always remembered
to Invito his girl to havo " n wet." Nok
tho slightest disturbance was noticed
and tho laillos wcro an demure and
scdnta as thasn nt nnv nf thn . I.Ik
dunces at the better known resorts.
1 no bkbiiiik nnic was pacxed and
ninny jf tho sailors showed that they
wcro experts at the nrt of crtlln-r
nround on the rollers Sufo. there
wero a few falls, nnd now and ngaln
there would bo a heap of sailors piled
up on tho floor, hut Jack only enjojed
tho fun tho mora for tho spills.
Tho Oriiheum drew a hnirn email
nnd Joo Cohen looked happy and pros
perous as ho wended his way from
the theater to the rink, and vice versa
The police natrol had an eiutv tlnm
or it on tho whole and, beyond assist
ing a few "skato" artists to their ships,
did not havo to worry much.
Considering tho big crowd nnd thu
mixed nature of It, everything went
along In fine stylo nnd It nil scomod
a hint of what Honolulu will bo llko
eery da) Tnlho 365 In a few years
Whitney & Marsh, I
' Limited I
A bill of unusua merit Is offered at
the Empire this week, when In addi
tion to several new and interesting pic-'
Hires. Walloon anil Wav. whn rnrnntlv
arrived from tho Orphcum, Manila, will
apiicar at each performance.
.This team nresunts A tirnirrntn of
high class variety, DobUy Waj'i eccen
tric dancing and crayon sketches be
ing among the best ever seen hero,
whllo Miss Wallace not only posscsos
11 charming personality and anpenr-
nnce, but Is on expert stop dancer and
will doubtless provo n strong favorite
with Honolulu theatergoers.
CARD OF THANKS.
Arrived by the "Lurline," and will bt
on display by , ,
We have thevagency for the cele
brated "TREEOUSS1T gloves.
s Wc have just received their
WHITE WASH KID GLOVE,
nobby for street a'nd calling, and which
will ABSOLUTELY WASH. 2 pearl
clasps, - $2.25 pair
Our Annual Clearance Sale
Wash and Silk Waists
will begin on FRIDAY NEXT, Oct. t
when the entire stock will be sold re
gardless of cost.
Just one of each. The latest New
York, creations for EVENING WEAR..
In pink', blue, corn, amethyst, black.
Mr. .Inlin Mntt nml umllv wluh tri
express their h'eartfclt thanks to thoso
who kindly gavo their aid and sym
pathy during their Into bereavement.
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nets office. The aro tha telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office
"The Very Beit in Everythinc" the teont of our inc.
cesi. This, together with the "know how" in the mfu
factoring of Soda, hai placed onr product in a class by
themselves. We deliver to all parts of,the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
vJ0H SOHLEIT?, Manager.
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' Oh! see ye bottles large and colde, "
Beneath ye greenwoode tree.
And marke ye doggye sage and bolde
Denote where they may be,
v Where is yc smalle, hotte byrdc?" you askc
r He absent is withsreason;
Ye gunner hath ben clean forgutte '
1 hat this is ye close season. '
There is no close season for y
tin Uullc tin otricv.
cards on tale at
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Corks may popwhengunsmay not.
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