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M?' 10 - - - -
Y I) Y. go ilcnr to tlio clili
dicn as well as their elders,
Is iilviia u holiday. Thero
Is a chin in about tho iiiinio
ton mill It speul.8 always
of jouth ami hiipplnss
Fetes arc nlua)s a pleasure anil thin
afternoon at Mrs. Frear's ono nut c-
5 pect a treat, for tlmsu Interested
hnvo been nliparslng foi weeks for th.-
0 mil Century rente mul Hie College
Chili can lie lelleil upon to pindiue
sweet music. Arcadia" can ncconi-
$ Those active In the program arc:
Iteceptlou Cominlttco .Mrs. Hen
dricks, .Mrs. Frear, Miss Tope.
Mn-I'olo Darners Miss Aiinlo
Tinker, Queen of tho Ma , Miss Slief-
field, chalrnian of commltteo; Mis.
Wl I.. Whitney, .Misses Chill lotto
Hall, Miss Amies Alexander, Mury
Alexander, Abblo Dow, Crnlg, Ai
. thur, Howell, Foster, Peterson, Hum-
hum, Dodge, Mesdnmes Clliitini Ow-
en, Woodfuid, Austin, Sutton.
Jj Music Committee Miss Shof-
field, .Miss Whitney.
Heralds .Misses Allco Thump-
Hin, .Mliuicttii Iliiruhiim, Ficuch, Ma
, Itefresliment Commltteo Mrs. O.
Wiiterhouso, chairman; Mis, Llving-
j stun, Mis. Arthur Alexander, Mrs.
I'mich Mrs. rnrrlnston, Mrs. Su
4 Conunlttce on Deioratlon Mis.
i Ivers, Miss Tucker, Mrs Cinckctt.
i The program Includes n readlUK
. from tho "Homiiiieo of tlio Hose,"
1 Chaucor, liy Mis. Frenr; chorus, "Old
,? English llallad"; lending ft mil "Court
of Love," Chaucer, liy Miss Anna
; Tucker; May Polo Dance.
j longprcs Are Here
Mr, and Mis. 1'aul do Longpio and
4 ' their daughter, Miss l'aullnti de Long
pro, arrived In tho Alameda and wore
i met by Mr. I.Iojd Clillds. Tho celc
' hrated at list Is n distinguished looking
man, xory French In his manner, mid
most cordial. His wlfo and daughter
nro charming anil seeni delighted with
Honolulu already. Paul do Uingpro's
flower paintings nro known the woid
oxer. Years ago tho supplements of
popular magazine) itsod to got sub
scriptions by oITorinff coplos of "A
Ufcior jcl'nmjIosior.'A Yurd-xof. illiectolro, whlclwas, very becoming
os.!l, . wEo 'has ifot tack'eil thesolKual's orchestra played tlnoughoiil
P-tvMtr iiMf ,
MOST SILENT CARS IN TOWN
BOTH THESE CARS BUILT ON SAME CHASSIS
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.,
liLMiitirtil pletui.'s on the nail, and
lime tlie not broiiht comfoit ami
cIki r to nun) n home. People were
made about the m In the lutein
Sillies, and Mr. I.oiigpie cert ilul) .ei
tin- p.iei- for je.irs He bus no rlwil lu
liln iinn iurileu.ir nil. and eiibiid)
Is glad to weUoine 1 1 1 tit to Hon iliilu.
Punnhou School Concert
On iTldu) next. May 7th, Miss Al
lco Itogeis, miisluil director at Oaliu
College, has aiiaugod for a Sons
IVstlv.il to bo clM'li at Clinrlcs It.
Illshop Hall nt i oclock by the chll
dien of the I'uiiahou 1'icparatory
School. A routine of tho progum
will be a chorus of nearly 150 olces
of children in the three upper gtadis.
Nenil) nil the pupils of tho school,
even the little tots of tho first
gi.ide will huo a part on tho pio
grnm. Itesened scats nt 7G cents
maj be seemed at tho llergstiom Mu
sic Co on or after Monday, .May 'id,
lit 11 o'lloek.
"Under tho diallglit" at tlio Or
plieiim this ueiilng ought to call out
a large audlento to see tho well
known nielodrunm which rnn In
New York for so many years. Thoro
aie to be many box-parties and the
play will bo In excellent hands, for
Mi. Cohen hns provided Honolulu
will) an oxtellent company of clever
"All Duo to Diana" will bo plnjed
on Monday night, anil this comedy Is
most nniuslng. Dvcrybody should
turn out for this, for It Is coiiBldeied
ono of tho best plajs In the reper
tolio. Mr. A. 13. Wlllshor resigned his po
sition as usslstitnt gencial manngcr
to tho Alexander Young, Hoynl Ha
waiian, and .Minimi Hotels Inst mouth
ar.,1 lb returning to San l'ranc!scc,
probably this month.
Mr. William Williamson was tho
host of a dinner nt the Alexander
Young Hotel In the private dining
room on Wednesday evening. Tho
decorations were of unusual bc.iuty,
Richmond loses -being used with
good effect Among the guests weie
Mr. and Mis. Whitehouso, the latter
weili Ing n handsome bluck-larn jet
BVEN1NQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., SATUnDAY,
TWO FORD WINNERS
NEW MODELS IN EVERY RESPECT
power these cars are second to none. It will pay you to inspect them? can
greater ease than any other cars made. This makes them fine cars for ladies.
shipment just received and nearly all sold. Another shipment on the way.
tho dinner, which was perfectly se
lected and served. Other guests In
cluded Miss Ireno Dickson, Miss Ada
Rhodes, and others.
Mr. William S. Chllllngttorth win
gixen a delightful stag dinner on Wed
nesday eenlng by a number of his
friends at tho Moana hotel. A largo
heart-shaped ccutcrplcco adorned tlio
table composed of red and white car.
nations, nnd speeches, toasts and songs
made tlio dinner a memorablo one. As
It was tho guest of honor's Inst ntirlil
of single blessedness his friends de
termined to kIio I'lm something to re
member. The guests Included: W. S.
Chllllngworth, A. 8. Robertson, O. W.
I.ucas, It. Chllllngworth. II. llrims. It.
rarls, T. Cummins, W. Dickson, O. II
llrown. I". Schmidt. C. Sllllmnn. U.
Mrs. Vincent Kllrat has arrived at
her home In Wellington, and many
largo uiTnlrs hao been given In her
honor. Ono partlculiiily grand nrfulr
was Kien. A most lmnortniit nnrson.
ago and tlio Mujor of tho town made
a speech and presented Mrs. Kltcat
with a lino bouaiict. Tho school cbll.
ill en also presented (lowers and alto
gether it was well worth whllo going
awuy to iccelvo such an enthusiastic
greeting. .Mis. Willis, tlio wifo of
Illshop Willis, Is lsltlns tho Kltcats.
ScliodQld Uarrncks will be en fntn
this evening, for a hop will bo given
by tho nth Cuwilry olllcors and tho cel
ebrated nth Cavalry band will play for
tho dances. Haseball will uttiact on
Sunday and townsfolk nro preparing to
uirii out in gieat numbers.
Miss Niinnlo Winston oxpects to re
turn to Honolulu In July, Shu Is now
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Scott
In Philadelphia, whoro they have taken
a House. Mr. Scott Is painting plctuies
galoro Willi marked success.
Mrs. Walter Krear will not receive
on tho first Monday, ns has been her
Custom, bllt Wilt Walt for th, return
of former Vlco President Fairbanks
and family, and her At-Hnmo will bo
on May tenth,
Mrs. Leopold Illnckman was tho
hostess of a nrettv luncheon nt Inn
artistic bunguluw at Kulmtikl, on Tues
IIov. H. I. Desha underwent the on
oiatlon for appendicitis veiy success-
inlly. His relatives have been permit
ted to see him this week and icport
that ho Is progressing as favorably ns
can bo oxpected. Hawaii Herald.
4 cylinder, 22 horse-power, shaft drive, low tension
magneto and battery ignition, 100 inch wheel base,
30 x 3 1-2 inch tire. For easy riding and high
STREET, . OPPOSITE BISHOP
Jack Scully la busy figuring out
the dopo for n Fourth of July meet
ing, to be held on tho League ground.
His first Idea was to havo u Mara
tlipu over the full distance, but later
ho began to flguro on n mixed pro
gram of events, and to tho ordinary
mind the latter seems to bo tho most
pleasing. A 10-mlle rato between
Dovvnej, Sehnrsch, Unos, Jutkson,
Charlie, Knoo. and a couple of oth
ars, should be worth going miles to
All) ono who witnessed tho run
that Downey, Hnos, nnd Sehnrsch put
up for ten miles must hanker utter
seeing these men In another race.
And it is doubtful If there Is a man
lu tlio Tei i Itory who can head Down
ey over tho distance. Ills running
In tho Marathon was n treat to
watch; bo has beautiful action and
his Btle is perfect. Then 13nos put
up a lovely rato for about tho samo
distante, and as for Schuisch, he cer
tainly looked Ilka a winner up to the
llino that his weak leg went back on
Yes, It certainly looks as It a 10
mllo into between tho men mention
ed would draw a big crowd. Then
blunter events could bo pulled off.
Including a mtlo run, half-mile, and
sprints finm fifty nrds to 220
) arils A hurdle race would go well,
too, and threo-Iegged nnd sack inei
would add the notessiuy comic elo
It Is certainly strange that Hllo
should be ublo to hold regular horsn
races nnd field sports, at least twice
a )iar, when Wo In Honolulu hnve
to be content with a spasmodic of
foit now nnd again, Tho athletic
otcnts in tlio rainy city attract a lot
of people from nil over tho big Isl
and, and It must bo remembered that
tho sports of Hawaii cannot jump on
nn elect! Ic enr nnd run out to a
meeting. Neither hnve thoy a rail
road out along. the Hamakua 'coast,
wheio most of the plantations tiro
MAY 1, 1900.
located; still tho "fanners" hlro sur
reys and rigs of nil kinds In some
cases pa) Ing as much ns fifty dollars
for tho I mind trip, and toll mi to
tho races and Hold sports In 11 no
It Is to bo hoped that a sports
meeting bo brought off on tho l'ouith
ns now Unit tho rowing races seem
to hnvo fallen thiougJi, there will not
bo much doing In the public ontcr
talnmcnt line on the great day. Mr.
Scully is thinking the matter over
and may be relied upon to get up
somo kind of a good show that will
glvo the public, something to keep
them In good spirits on tho holiday.
Fine Game Fop
Tho baseball gamo between the N.
Q. II. and tho "Fighting Fifth" of
Leilehua, which Is to be played to
morrow at tho homo of tho troopers,
is uttructlng a lingo amount or atten
tion, nnd It looks us if tho ruin will
hnvo to go lengthened to uccommo
dnto nil tho peoplo who say they aro
going to tnko In the gamo. FIvo ox
tru cars have been in ranged for, and
us tlieso will bo probably filled by tho
soldler-bojs, It behoov es, tho ordinal y
civilian to get a move on wlklwiki,
and purchnso u ticket ut once, Tho
return furo Is 1.2Ii, nnd ns tho train
runs right Into tho enmp now, no
trouble will bo found in wending
one's wny to tlio scene of operations.
And whilst mentioning operations,
whiit Is to bo tho n.ituro of tomor
iow'b little airiilr? Will tho Guards
lopeat their Inst Sundays stunt and
put it over tlio Fifth us they did tho
Murines, or will tho CaValry lads do
to tho N a, II. as they did to tho
Fort Shaffer boys? Woll, that Is Just
tho question that about 1099 persons,
moro or less, would llko lu bo nblo
to answer today or even lonimrow
morning. Sunday evening will Jio
too Into to glyo tho Information, as
wo will a ),nuw about H ticnf In
tho meantime It Is sufficient to say
that the game looks so open at tho
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3-PASSENQER TOURING CAR
be handled with
We have a new
tlmo of writing that It Is Impossible
to say which team will win. It Is
piobuble that Hill Hampton will
pitch for the Guards, anil ho should
Improve tho team a lot, ns his pitch
ing Is us good iib most men who nro
pin) Ing tho gnmo In tlieso Islands nt
The Fifth will also try n now
pitcher, and rumor has tt that he Is
a real good mnu, too. Hell is his
nnmo and ho has a great reputation
amongst tho Cavalry boys. However,
tho Guards nio not scared worth live
cents, mid would pluy Just ns coolly
if tho Leilehua bunch hud Silent 11111
("Our Hill") Hums In tlio box.
Toniot row's game will glvo a dlicct
lino on who should win tho cham
pionship, nnd that is tho burning
question nt present nil over tho city,
not to mention the suburbs nnd coun
tiy districts. Hverythlng points to a
most enjo)ublo game, and tho wish
of everybody Is that tho best team
tt tt tt
Wall Cup Tennis
. Play Starts
Tho men's slnglo tournament for
tho A, C. Wall Culi will tommenco
on tho courts of tho Herctnnla Ten
nis Club Monday afternoon at -I
o'clock. W. L, Warren bus ono log
on tho cup nnd will naturally maUo
n strenuous effort to win It tho sec
ond time. Thoro nro twenty entiles,
among whom theio is the usual doz
en of pldtlmcrs with a goodly sprink
ling of now blood, which will add
giently to tho Interest of tho events.
Among tho newcomers, tho name of
Geo, Page, and Sutton will bo found,
ut tho conclusion of tho tournament,
awuy up near tho top. Tho threo
k latch men, Cnstlo, Wurron, and
Lovvrey, "will moro than likely bo
fcfuml together ulons ubout tho time
of seml-Ilnuls, and when they moot It
will bo well vvoith whllo to visit tho
coutts and watch them play; Lowroy
In particular lias made wonderful
progicjs in Ills gnmo dining the past
six months; Castle, tho present hold
er of the championship of tho Terri
tory, will have to hot-foot It In this
ciowd to bold his own, but his stead
iness will help htm greatly, his only
handicap being that ho Iiiib not prac
tised for a long tlmo,
Tho contestants havo been palled
ns follows, for tho opening of lliu
tournament Monday afternoon:
At 4 P. Mr A, J. Lovviey (B), v,
C. R. Frazlor (3);,L S. Goo (1), v.
Secretaries or other nuthor-
ized representatives of clubs
are askod to send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, thit
they may bo Included In tho
program. Address all coramu-
nlcatlons to tho Sporting Kdl-
tor, 13venlng Bulletin.
Juno 11: Y. M. C. A.
L. S. Conness (2); W. L. Warron (S)
v. J. Pago (1).
At 4:30 P. M. It. Hletow (1) v.
A. Itlchards (2); A. It. Ciinhn (S) v.
13. W. Button (2): C. G. Ilockus (1)
v. J, Mnconncl (3).
At 5 P. M. J. Mucnulay (3) v. II.
S. Gray (2); A. L. Castlo (S) v. Geo.
Warren (1); It. II, llooth (2) v. h.
J. Warron (2). T. Mellaril (l)'v.
I. Hurd (3) will play Tuesday.
Tho scratch men glvo Class Ono
men IS; Clnss Ono men glvo
Class Two men i 15; nnd Clns'i
Two men glvo Class Three M in.
Tho courtesies of the club nro ex
tended to tho public during tho tourn
ament. t! 1! tl
NEWS NOTES FB0M
Thoro will bo two Interestlnir bnso.
ball sanies plued on tho Knmehii-
meJiu grounds this afternoon, Tho
first gmno will bo pln)ed between tho
High School and St Louis College.
I ho second game will bo nlnvod bo-
tween tho Kams nnd Oabu Colleiro.
Tho Knms will make u few changes
in their tenm; George Klnnev Is ox
pected td bo behind the bat and
Akana In tho box.
Tho Knm baseball team has lin.l
llttlo pructlso In b.ittlnnr this vmr
and so tho boys cannot strlko well.
Tho second tennis of tho Knnifilm-
mcha School nnd tho Alllolanl Col-
lego will meet in a baseball camo
on tho former's giound Monday uft-
ornoon nt 3 o'clock.
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