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r 1 PAGES 1 TO i. ESTifiURBID JXXfcT I. 1M. VOL XXXV., NO. 6192 HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 190a. PRICE FIVE CEHT1. . Mh ' RACES TO BEJAST Fine Track and a Fair Field Certain. HOW CANDIDATES SHOW CONDITION Entries for Various Events and the Probbk Winners Today. PROBABLE L MoBjc Cannon 2 Mry Lnp X Gypsy 4 Carter tUnimm 3. Vsfcao JL WINNERS 6. Wcler 7. . t. 10. Mollw Cannon A man no Wcflv mBKT iu: ' yv win be 1rr whim win raoM craning of seek aad rising from seats at K pistaaJ Park race track today, aad M ta oafa ta aay tkat with tk prevalent stksr. tka condition of tka tnwU sd tka general stata of tk karaaa t wmm win ko on off tka largest crowd ha tm araaad tka ald. Every thine ! la akaao for the eighteenth rare at oj of the Jockey club, mad ffroai - aaock and tra-k there com tka aa iNi lnietton off eapertrxendeat nod tmln . that tka trow should he faster and the golagr better than even the meet tm tka af adffi aad akoat tka track - .ry thing k ready for the aocommo- -e 10 he preoent. The stands have been j 1 Hit aad the bosea prepared for era occupants la tka erob quarters w are an kinds off arrangement 1 orafctt for the perfect enjoy meat off its day aad occasion, aad tka stew rosea tka Unproved etaads win enable rfca pspi to have everythfeag la view rresa tka start to the Immediate finish se various race. There win ha aa -1 eel lent opportunity for stand aad Moartsestretek to view tka events, ow fl to the orraagemeot. aad It Is waff is say tkat there will be not leas than mr thousand pen- within the o . wre af tka race track nad twice aa rwwwy outatde when tka starter's flax raMB far tka gnl event of the day. ewi tor the bis event 1 x- fawat. With track si btatns; its iget the at rtereee. cner should - SS MMl Ot t three which aSB acatayy tka atlaatlM f tka dope Rend Co ike great - od the half mile. The- other raeea ffcr ly L of course, evil aitgwlio! itl-.n. but the three III aaa I peor'e wsring wnn iu- Kmw nterost aad goessing ths hardest is sack off the events there may he' . aawL .l. a e ,octd U, be a breaking rds k Je Iks track. The bwngt.il. were wkfl lrwr--: didstes were warmed up bytng gl -, . a fairly gaodhea:. f'fM?" , mm t vsrlofla-fswhis wrkwaaW In- la a t In la Wff Waykay to be -ri was seat akiaa the 1 up the fartuag ta z'B. accord- m a IDS WSirne.. I ow mcoe . I (u I am . i - " -iiZ. 1a ik, . . ,r nnwrtVd h SaTssoutb .V. elatr for aW .idr, J aaa seal along a mil worse .mm w- r, 1--4. .a f this rT af.ife:ber The fast mmm y sssn4 m w.V bj Imoerrveo niif mat wr'T ' ' M e a. be .bl t-. 'rr onos, wgw w bte to afaj "o J-'- ---TinlT:r' l." T ... fMt ena,och ootalon tTmiX trwre-nia aa swswg w . it tn ootnksa of Owasr con- ntsarkaas that hta fcora ta aot better tsaa t: for timjdjk should bo.d there m w gret spcuU:: P. for Jk grey aim beatea. but It hi oaf to say i taeee -is.aowas aal the nut ttsXas thaw tkat and fff ran- keep to tka gait skona yesterday k eompet Qulnrt to make a new rec- i for the track to W1u Waldo J is SO Ke fk Bile am bring together for the doei st th wire th gam horse We Im. tt.e Wvlher rrare Del Vlsla re nsrtd. the sportsman par and .mple. to make Ik race. wacdsd tk gfWst to Issuer a fast ratio. Tka Ma- fmT t going aa tk mare with V settef that Se wtD b able t- S THE STRANGERS' FRIEND SOCIETY CELEBRATES ITS GOLDEN JUBILEE mi3fjW if ? i , - J; TjmLi ' " W ' " i at'MBaaxC'Y 1 ..tia at " m kMmmh. HilwwL TBwUBDks1 UK- .fiS-"XT": - ilwKwtaawawl Tr "VwaK stlK' ' aaVaV Lk HaaaaaaLMalam..." VklaTwwaaTeTwwwwwwwwwaawwjaawjawawawwwi MOTHER II ALP century off rood deeds was' . . . .w. A Strangers' Friend Boclrty cele brated its fiftieth anniversary st the residence of Mr end Mrs Prank Da- n Ghaplain street. In the same room where the society held Its first tiny Of an the origins! names en- in or,,r,nm, the quaint preamble and . I constltutloa. only three were answered to last even Inf. These were Mrs. Per sia Taylor. Mrs Dudult and Mia Cor- ney. The celebration was a soeeal event and the attendance was mu. n laryer than was anticipated. The room where it was held was fill ed with flowers aad vines ana nere gathered the mpany which was en tertained with an excellent mil Irs I proaram aad the readln of a paper on the society's work by Mrs Alexan der Mackintosh and of the original roll toy Mrs. 8. M. Damon. Informality was the rule aad sll spent' a most delight ful evenlny. The decoratln of the room waa done by the Damon grand children. Julie, vmlet. Vera, Daphne and Dous-ta Damon. Hon. W. P. Allen said It was to be regretted that neither of the sons off Mother Demon, the oraanlser. was able kk be present. He called attention to I ki.-k ,h pirbrnii.n was 1 mr iuviii - i belay held and It fond association to the society. He ald thai rr in- un. thirty year the society did more for relief of the sick, destitute aad friend less than all other similar societies combined. la the early days youn mm rant riorHiuiv ihmh - Honolulu from ir- com mines of California. broKen in neaiin k,, Th.y were given food by I and 1 ,L5rVS ,k- i.v1 I KSV. aaa wni. iwie.o --- .frequently nldod ibem bach to an4 g,. thrm assages tu me .ssi. The nrrt number of th- program was s a - w w mm w - part song, say irw ' Hert." rendered la a pleasing man- nrr by . tee club composed of the ffet-; ,owlrMf Sopranos. Mrs Cllve Usvie. Ward Ml-s Hy.1-: sltoe. Miss von oll. MM Its con: tenora Arthur Wall. J A rnebum basses. Cllve Davles, A!hert Jodd. D. W Anders .n. accom-, Mr Frank Atberton: r-j Tb4Wjdor Rr bards Mrs France Gay fqi aed with n solo. isianu Ihssam."' the ctlon being rendered n a eaottvawgnnn. r. H M v j r - m . i . mam. m ..rv Mnll i nM I i nm mo. yotlsie the mik- la 4". This Is suffl- ci-m iu uiuir- a fast r - m - - ,.. shV atrVa nm aflriilsaJba. Ae -hajf mfle- . be a'hot lura. Mollis Connors I perhap as good as ..-.ei ii ifs.w ltn xw ned the mare. believes there Is no doubt but the speed fk there to maae ine nan in mwu ! . . .W4. .Ill K. Mnltltlnr' I t.fe. iqi mr -w . -1 . m- . . .wa . .. 1 1 w .i.i.uW a w a.i. -jr.." not into ini. even: - vr a. ir a. tml t aai " ... .a. ...... ercr w- - - the dlshsn.e tc m-the The th 111 be of the very hisnaft OadUty "affid' tif "hould he t Interest, to compel attention from the large crowd T'JmX iqXge. which will be'Ws terwnfly In Ranald!. c? at ur j ..rh it.nr. and Sllogemer . n-r- ..a... .. ,,ne belns about the. IMSU -T . I.. an iti f it wilt , 4 1 aa II' " 1 -1 " in,, a... -.aa . ZJJl uTtrZJZ Refrehments will be served In the . . anri . . a m w. 1 w hi' 1 nns 1 1 rial ties! , - 1 - -, huff 't Iun'tM h "ow there will be eaaneral T -re will 1 ... -. I P -r. .III WW aaa!..-.- i M.. a..,.!. .-.-).; a, .a-- (Continued Pwgo a. TAYLOR. pleasing and dainty ballad. Paul Isen- Wnsuu "mentation" with flne effect sad was warmly applauded MRS. MACKINTOSH'S ADDRESS. The address of the president. Mrs. Alexander Mackintosh, was as follows: It Is 6 years today avince the 8 Iran -t...r- Vn. nil S.m letv (the oldest benev- r.tVnt society In the Pacific! was found- and OI.-anled r the vVry room In - . - . fc ,i wu nu n we are now uc.niuiru. v; whose fame widesnread for deeds off unselfish charity end devotion. Never was any one tui lied away from th-e hospitable d.-.rs The need of a charitable asso ciation bad long been felt and the call for helpers wns well answered. For on the records of the first meeting we And the names of S2 members enrolled. Off these flrst slyneru there are now but five living: Mrs. Taylor, who Is with on this evenlnic; Mr. 8. O. Wilder i Sen ) of Bskbank. Miss Corney. who Is still In Honolulu, and Mrs. Lenox, sister of General Marshall, who Uvi-s in Weston. Mssa The first, president elected was Mrs. Newell, who held the post for three year.- for we flnJ that In I US Mrs. Damon was elected presi dent, which position she held so nobly for 35 year, until her death In 180. when Mr. W. P. Allen was made pres ident, which office she held most effi ciently until she resltrned In 1993. The are st amount af work that was lrne In the olden days we can under stand from the fact that for several years meetings of the society were held every fortnight. In those days It was hard for anyone to get sewing done . i " i UirbeftaH . f - w, r- thankful to get the society to do even their mending. Home survivors from the -. recked steamer Independence were the flrst shipwrecked people to have tnelr wardrobe replenished by the so ciety, and $ was raised and plat 1 in the society's hands to be Judiciously m-M . w. ..,fr..f-r In IS&4 the fiprnuru ' - - - iadl- mei ai ine wuwi.. slst In making up the bed linen for the rooms then ready for occupation. To i -z- i.w..n l.lu nome li . d of whal th funds of the Stran- - yrlend itnclety were for. Is related " f.,,,ow,nK anecdote: Several young . . . i . t.aina n n rorT l i so en hired a carriage. they smashed, and having no money to pay damages, tkaT kPkfa ln- crceratea ta e ; " ; it,,- uays. wswsw, - -- - . streets JMfJt thTm out of fr. Friend Jy fnn,.lr rine. but to,d ,hat ,he a F. g. was not fwUnded to treat such wounds , Ajj the yemr, roned on the work of lhe society ln resseu to wucu .y j ,hnt beside th- paying of ratata, mm j b,UlI hospU. ; v.u nai . i ini itj.. ... w...-- e r- . - ARTILLERY I! POST AT KAHAUIKI When the army artillery post at Camp McKlnJey U , abandoned It Is probable that 'it-will he lad out In the - .TLTT'Jr mZT Mnao.n. o.-im, - - - taper back off the Kamenanaaa senw. e and reached hy n coatfauatlon of the Kamrbarneba IV road inspectl n. na aavur i u- ,niprr....n. - - the War Department st Washington " -e w ' aov.1 a ,rt rfn an the leases 111. i , - I covering the property on which the ramp ! now located ce,,r 1 na a sais w .! - - - - erected on approved army post plan d r- ..ti A th.. n.-vr huMdlna on nr r, a. a aaa , v.a aa.a. ?.M.-a. .. nretsnla streets fell to .aw..., a. .... - the ground yesterday morning, but no one was Injured. dtok ;kv SHalHEifaJt MOTHER flclaiies to their homes In different ; founded and has always taken a deep parts of the outside world. It took up interest in its welfare, most of the time of one person to at- j The first bazaar was held in 18S3, in tend to the. investigating of cases, to the courthouse, which is now part of find out Iff the suppliants were sub- , Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co.'s ware Jects for relief, and often there would , house, and the sum of $1950 was real be as many as 20 families who had to ( jed. Tea parties and ice cream festi- iika ..r fnml rlvn mil weeklv. 1 villa nlao heln.-rl to ken the society Uh.n the Hon ('has. R. Blshoo en . v.. . dowed a bed In the Queen's Hospital for the beheflt of the S. F. S. It was In deed a blessing, and a year or two lat er he endowed three more beds, for uhleh charitable action he has been blissed by many n poor soul who would otli-rwine have fared badly. He has also aivew wuvernment bonds and 24 shures of Stock in Wilder- S S to. all of which adds to our Income. Mrs. W. O. Irwin, the kind friend to all In distress, has never been one of the most generous donstors to our funds. She also endowed a bed in the Queen's Hospital and placed it at tka disposal of the Strangers' Friend Soci ety, so that for years the Society has had the use of five beds, and they are always occupied. Tm goou mat mr society accomplished was very great, . . . . .1 n n .... n m a In nlilU' - aiuov-a rw-tirl,-i1 The eood that the I in me earij ubjb oi-iirj ... y and with the many calls for assist- 'ance. the treasury was often nearly depleted. The Hon Kllsha Allen MavoUrne.n- w ith so much feeling that (American Consul to Hawaii) once d,,- aud,,.nr, demanded another selec nated an enormous fruit cake that was . . I ... .uMlnn Ihe nrocecds of tn- (sale amounting to $240.50. We are not told but suooose it w as sold by the slice. B degrees many generous friends eame to the fore. The largest donators rerc th- Hon. C. R. Bishop. Hackfeld ,v - Th.-.. H Davles & Co.. Mrs W fj irvln and Messra Gay and Robin son. Our most frequent contributors wara Mrs s N. Castle. Mr. Rice. (Sen.). Mrs. W. P. Allen. Mrs. Dole. .. Mrs. Knudsen. Mr" Orinbaum. Mrs. Hopper. Mrs. Loulss and many more too numerous to men tion. Many sea captain also contrib uted most llberslly. In 1T8 when Dil lingham sV Co, It Into their new t.ullfling. they made out their first check In favor of the Strangers' I-riend Society And In ISM Lewers & Cook occupied their new building and made out tbelr first check also to the Stran .r FVlend StH-letv. In 1S3 when the ! firm of Messrs. Hackfeld & Co. oe .. brnted its Jubll.-e. SlOO was tcnt to th- 1 S F. S. Ten dollars was once went t the society a "conscience money. ' from a man who hud nursed a ftriend durng his last Illness and found the money after his death and kept It. thinking It a Just recimrpens' for his trouble but his conscience pricking him In the matter, he sent the money to the society. Six or seven legacies were also left to the society, th- largest be taa mm fy aa B Ha kf Id Esq Mrs ukfeM undinK it after his death. uk. ,r.. when th. society was BULLETIN'S STATEMENT mm m-m m m IS I A L3 C Ual evening's cg Oovernor Cooper had express- ,. t-ardon or w . rmim o, Dol. inquiry over the telephone hnMIlht th, tatement from Judge brought this statement from WH;. qaotd-J-dgr Cooper y COTrcFRTAINLY HAVE 8AIDK on "Thursday night that he hoped Vi.iltlN OF T11P KIND to be able to take up the question of N S Srt? TJamrmed It. Wment a pardon the first thing In the morn thlt ATt.ag aov. Cooper laad S - --7 snt-ertimers nyl::g tki report of the Advertlwrs. . w.rrv a i . r Mn ir . ra i f- aaa. i j ... xr. emith .niaca!lv de- ar awTs av www w . t,-,. . h.h r.on last Thursday - - 1. nU-ht Judge cooper wjua .g.. tak UT the question af a pardon the first thing In the morning. Touching the above the Bulletin as sumes to quote Judge Cooper as fol lows: It Is sbsolutc'y false The last words r rmmmm a adaaawMkia'i r ' mmtimitm ..,..1MM.MojoMawwawawjawwwwwaiMM .dakaav BfJBHfcMjKBfc:3yt' 'iraTniBalaaBBalaWaa 1 DAMON. i . m. . . w a ...... ; .1 puinK. I nree years ia;o me aswiaitu 'haritles was oreanlsed. and the em Cleat and energetic manager. Mrs. Ber- gor, has done much to lessen the work of the officers of the Strangers" Friend Society. May the generous and loving people of Hawaii nel continue to bear In mind ,ho words oT'oirr blessed Savior when He said: '"Inasmuch as ye did it unto tht least of these, my brethren, ye did it unto me." Two piano solos. "La Chasse" and Suite Norse."" were eiven by Mrs. H. M. von Holt, and generous applause roOowed her splendid playing. Mrs. Montague Turner won much favor and applause by her delightful singing of i i,iiinn. i nc T i dtously given that the audience cnlled i . - - '- - . . . . . V. I .-. V. ' T , I.lMt-nine." The ballad was so melo- j iur an rntuir, u u ....... - ( reanonded after the regular program ,.mi..,i. wh-n sli- sang Kathleen ' im- f-"" ou Kram with "He That Hath a Pleasant Pace." Mrs. S. .M Damon read the roll Off the first meeting, although some of the names she was not sure of owing to the blurred records. The names were as follows: Mesdames Newell. Damon. Taylor. I'aty. J. LAdd. Penhallow. Newcomb. Snow. Bishop. Hoffman. Cartwright. I.athn.p. Knox. Dominis. Harris. Ilbid go. Dlmond. Hardy. Judd. Fuller. An Ikoa, Bates, L. Smith. J. H. SmWh. Wood. Stott. Tabor. Brown. Lee. B. Judd. Ford.. Hall. Hackffeati ' Lyfcn. itX C. Harris. Whitney. Corney; Misses Fowler, Seveismv, Vet... Holt. Uou ir.son. K JWjdff; H f idd. T, Owld f Hall. M. Dimond. Laymon. Newcomb, It.ibb. S. Andrews. E. Corney. The music hd'ijt-r mast of the program 'was br-u!ht to an en.d byhe ringing of "Auld Lang flpieV B which all present Joined. A social half hour followed during which lye cream and ca"kd were s-rved. Among those lr.-sen.4re (.overnor and Mrs Dob-. Hon. and Mrs. W. P. APn. Rev. and Alexander Mackintosh. Mr. and, T. Ciiv- Davles. T -;- Tg - lor. Mrs. Dudoit. Miss "Corney. Mother Castle, taptalu and Mrs. Puller Mrs. Weaver. Mr. and Mrs.' von -H Miss : (Continued on page 1.) a- him at , ,htr not Interfere in the tTUlt- ter at that time, but if Mr. Dole did not return I would take it into coh- slceratlon. . I. Asked over the whether in any ;e Coop- ; the Advertiser's editorial v av mi!rIp -"l1 s4 ha 1 w a w w I HAVE NOT TF.T .SCFiN THE MurmMll. REFERRED TO'"aND 5Sr1fflSWEB D33 f-tjf i dq- 1 ' - - a iwi r the im ana.jMi-. mc ivaj" v.v... . - -- TV. . . 4 rl Mmm , - . would not interfere In the matter men 111 HUrUil Ilia,,!,, avaa " , . - . into oonFiui rui.Dn u jh. : The difference "twlxt tweedledum Snd tweedledee" is all the difference there Is in these two versions, and It makes a poor foundation for calling the Ad vertiser's report '"absolutely false" or even incorrect. CHARGES THE FIRS1MATE Shipwrecked Men Arrive From Kauai. MATE SAID TO HAVE DESERTED GIG A Hearing Will Be Had Before British Consul Tomorrow Morning. THE shipwrecked sailors of tse British coal ship Fannie Kerr ar rived yesterday morning on the Mikahala and are quartered at the Sailors' Home awaiting aid from Brit ish Consul Hoare. which has been promised for tomorrow morning. While Captain Gibbons and the members of his crew tell of no particular hard ship suffered by them. et the vsy- age from the place where the burning ship was abandoned to a safe port es Kauai was far from being a pleasant one. The four men who made tbelr saeape In the ship's gig suffered the most and they make grave accusations awjklnst the first mate. David Longwlll. whona they accuse of deserting tkero. This story, however, the mate and the ansa who were in the big boat deny, and they say they did everything poasibls for the men In the gig, even to risking their own lives. - The ptana of Captain Gibbons for the future are not known, but the members off the crew can all get berths aboard various vessels if they wish it. They will be shipped either to Vancouver or to Pan Francisco, though nothing defi nite will be done until after tomorrow morning, at which time a hearing will be had before Consul Hoare. Mr. Bkiare said last evening he had heard nothing officially concerning charges to be brought against the flrst mate, though his inquiry on Thursday morning win take in the rumors and reports tkat have been drifting about the water front since the twenty-nine shipwreck ed men of the Fannie Kerr arrived i. Honolulu yesterday morning. A short investigation was held by Mr. Hoare yesterday but nothing was said at that time about any grievance the men had against the first mate. In the af ternoon Captain Gibbons made a for mal report to trie Vice ConSUl. T. M Bwanay, who is also the local agent for Lloyds, merely outlining the accident and its causes. The forg Pftbe cap tain of-the voj-age aAoVssdht mis haps is in substance as follows, all the office and men agreeing to his state ment of facts: The Fasnie Kerr l;fi Newcastle AprP, 7 With ton? M Oreta coal, hound fur San PT.inris - All went ttvU uutU early on. the morning rif May 2S, when smoke was noticed or tp tain Gibbons coming from the ventila tor, but an investigatiou disclosed no trace of fire. h4 ptalh then ordered tharartol.es battened down in the hope of smothering the fire, and It was de cided to make for Honolulu, the nhip being at that time northet of the Islands. The full extenl ofj the fire was not known until the following day when abmifctwo o'clock in the morning, without any previous warning, the titer hatch, Nti . was suddenly blown : the air. Skldle the ventilators were serft htrh ovf th- ship. A sheet f flame ir,0 feet high follower, r- ire tvie 01: ...of. hatch No. 3. and the misxen rig ging caught fire from the flames. All efforts to batten down the two batrh-! unsuccessful, and gas begaa to issue, frorb the remaining-tw hatcke. The center of the fire appeared to be anrler the bridge deck aft. and the teei decks soon became so hot that -in some places 1t was Impossible to I upon them. The strok ana X- .). tn the dsnirer. and the ! men were iq constant danger of satTc ', catiSn. " rknfMl. After flghlfjasithe fir 'allavr ifniCseefng thait was bope , less, at W as decided to abandon her. , The four boats wex fully provisioned andnffke watfr. : which we' -getting waA&TVa plttVef! feboard. First Mate Longwlll was put in charge of the lar?" life boat with eleven men, the secor l Imate tO',k the dingey with hree awes fenti .th boatswaift the g-lg. with thre , men The captain, with the third mate. I took the second life boat with tes af 1 the crew. Shortly after leaving the ! ship the dingey began , to fill wilh 1 water an.i the captain put ba-k a.nd 1 took the f -ur men aboard. He also hart ' his St. Bernard dog and a cat with him ' and it became necessary to throw oger I board all surplus baggage In orJef to lighten the. boat. Th" caphalk'tlf boat 'cot separated from the flrst mate"? boat and the gig the flrst night. For the flrst few days they had a bard j time of it. On June 6th Bird Island was Fighted, but no attempt was made (Continued on page X.)