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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FERRUARY IB, 1895.
EX-BUKQLAR AT FOOTBALL
How He Got Into a Oamo nud How
Ho Dot Out of It.
"As 1 started across the room," tho
retired burglar said to tho Now York
Sun man, do.crilnng his adventure.?
in a town up tho state, "I stopped
on a creaky board. Tho man in tho
bod throwback tho bed-clothes with
a snap and sat up. Them was light
enough in tho room from a turned
down gas jot by tho bureau for him
to seo me. and ho tossed tho clothes
away and jumped out of bed. Ho
was a big follow, broad shouldered,
and powerful, and ho wnsu't anj
more afraid of mo than if I'd boon a
baby. Thero wasn't any use for mo
to run. 1 couldn't havo got to tho
hoad of tho stairs before ho'd havo
had his hand on mv collar, and I
know it. Thoro wasn't anything to
do but to faco him and "fig hi him.
Ho had made n jump for mo as ho
swung out of bed, and I made a run
for him, lowering my head and
throwing myself at him with my
shoulder against his logs just above
tho knees. 1 had won that first
round, for I knocked him over jmt
by sheer weight and forco? aud as
ho wont down I fell on htm, nud
actually 1 thought thou that I was
going to best him.
''But, though ho was down, he
wasn't discouraged; far from it. I
had fallen on him kind ' sideways,
over more on tho right sido of his
body. I had his right arm uudor
mo, and his left hand aud forearm;
but ho pulled that loft arm out from
uudor mo easily aud Hung it over
and grabbed my left arm with a grip
that was liko tho sudden contraction
of a big steel claw, but what got mo
most about it was its absolute con
fidence. Ho was quick quickor'u
lightuiug but was cool as cool
could bo. It was the grip of a man
who felt in his heart that ho could
pull a house down if ho wanted to.
"He tried to pull me over on his
back, whore I would havo been as
bolplem as a bug turned ovor, aud
as I felt that grip I almost laughod
as I thought that half a minute bo
fore 1 was thinking that possibly I
might best him. What I was doing
now was hanging on to li'in for all 1
knew how, to keep him from turn
ing me ovor. All of a sudden he
shifted that left hand to my throat
and choked tho breath out of mo,
atd the uoxt thing I know I was Hit
ting in a chair with my arms tied to
mo, and him looking at mo.
" Which had you rather do,' saya
he; 'go to jail or play football!"
''Well, I said,' 1 think I'd rather
'"Ever playt' said tho man.
" 'Never,' says I.
" Well, when you camo in,' says
the man, 'you made one of tho pret
tiest tackles that over was.' Thou
ho wont on to toll mo that ho was
the captain of tho football team in
that town, that the left tacklo was
sick, aud that a week from next
Thursday they wore going to play
tho team from another town near
by, aud what ho wanted was to havo
mo take tho loft tackle's placo.
"This was on Tuesday, so, you seo,
thoro was about eight or umo days
loft. I went right into training with
the team, tho captain introducing
me as a friend from Now York. They
wore practicing every day. I'd boon
so accustomed to night work that it
came pretty hard on mo at first to get
used to the day work, but I got iuto
it iu two or three days and worked
along all right. They taught me all
they could in eight days, and I re
membered all I could of it. 1 sup
pose you know a groat deal moro
about football than I do, but if you
don't I might say that iu tackling
you can do almost any thing; you
cau throw yourself at a mail the way
I had at tho captain at his houso, or
you can throw your arms around
Iiim nud 'rastlo with him aud throw
him if you can, but, of course, no
sluggiug; but you can only tacklo
tho man that has ball; you can't
tackle the men that haven't got it.
You can put your arm up to them
to block 'em whou thoy try to got by
you, and you can fall against 'om if
you want to, but you must uot lay
hands on 'em.
"Woll, tho day camo aud our town
turned out immouso, aud thoro was
a great lot of folks camo ovor from
the oilier town. Our team was a
good one, aud tho othor team had a
lot of good men iu it too; tho toams
looked to me to bo protty evenly
matched, aud tho ozcitomeut was
tremendous. You kuow I don't be
lieve peoplo iu gonoral havo any idea
of the excitement thoy got up some
times over football gamo3 botweou
'i got nloug protty woll in tho
first half, obeyed orders, and only
tackled tho mau with the ball, and
didn't do any slugging; but I must
say I had protty hard work to koop
from doing it, because some of tho
men of tho othor toam, big follows,
did certainly bounce me arouud in
the most uncomfortablo sort of way,
aud I had about all I could do to
keop from going at 'em. But I didn't.
I stuck to business, aud I did good
work for my sido, sure. First naif,
eight to six in our favor. I'd thought
tho first half was protty lively, but
it turuod out to bo otily a sort of
warming up; but it was hot iu tho
socond half, and I had all I could do
to koep from jumping right in.
Ouco I (lid give a man what I sup
posed might be called a gentle little
biff, and got warned by tho umpire.
Then 1 was more careful, but two or
three minutes later the same man
that had seemed to bo so particular
iu following me up in tho first half
came at mo again, as though ho
wanted to run me down aud tramplo
on mo, and I did plug him, aud the
next minute I heard tho umpire
"You understand, that was tho
name tho captain had given mo
when lie introduced me. Thero
wasn't anything for me to do but to
go aud sit down and a substitute
took my place, and I sat thoro aud
looked on. As I sat thero watching
the game 1 felt all of a sudden tro
moudous dry. Thoro was a littlo
I old barn near by that was usod as a
' dressing-room, and I thought thoro
might be water in that, but thoro
wasu't, and so I thought I'd look
, further, say somewhere down around
, tho railroad station. I didn't havo
any doubt about tho captain's keop-
iug his word, but 1 didn't kuow what
might happen after tho excitemout
was over, especially if tho othor side
got licked. They might havo want
ed to kuow who I was, and I havo
beon very particular about it, aud so
I I thought that perhaps I might just
as woll keop along.
, "As I struck iuto the road on tho
othor side of tho baru 1 heard back
in tho field tho most terrific cheer
, iug; thou everything got quiet again,
j Thoy wore at it in dead earnest; but
it so happoued that thoro was a
i train camo along just as I struck the
l Btatiou, and to tins day I never kuow
1 how tho game camo out."
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EXECUTIVE BUILDING, ?
Honolulu, H. I., January 7, 1895.)
Tho right of WRIT OF HABEAS
CORPUS is heroby suspended and
MARTIAL LAW is instituted aud
established throughout the Island
of Oahu, to continue until furthor
notice, during which timo, however,
the Courts will continue iu session
and conduct ordinary business as
usual, excopt as aforesaid.
By the President:
SANFORD B. DOLE.
Presidout of the Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
SPECIAL ORDERS No. 31
MAJOR MoLEOD, commanding I
First Regiment, N. G. H., is hereby '
ordered to cause John Manuka,
Kaliikuewa, Liwai Kauioakaui alias
(Pipi), Kaoua, Punalua, Samuel Ka
lalau, Patrick Lane, Kilohana, Ma
nuel Kuhio, Henry Mahne, Samuel
K. Kaloa, Xahaikuahine and Tom
Pedro, prisoners under arrest on tho
charge of treason, to bo transferred
to the custody of the Marshal.
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief.
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutant-General's Office, Hono
lulu, February 12, 1895.
SPECIAL ORDERS No. 31.
Tho following appointment is
hereby announced for tho informa
tion of tho National Guard of Ha
waii. A. G. M. Robortson, to be Aid-de-Camp
on tho Goueral Stall with
rank of Captain, from February 11,
Captain A. G. M. Robertson will
act as Judge Advocate on tho Mili
tary Commission now in session in
this city, vice Captain W. A. Kinney,
relieved from said duty.
By order of tho Commandor-iu-
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutant-Genoral's OQico, Hono
lulu, II. I., February 11, 1895.
General Headquarters, Republic
Adjutant General's Office,
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, H. I.,
January 10, 1895,
Sr-EciAL Order No. 25.
Order for a Military Commission.
A Military Commission is hereby
ordered to moot at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, on Thursday, tho 17th day
of January, A. D. 1895, at 10 o'clock
a. m., and thereafter from day to day
for the trial of such prisoners as
may bo brought boforo it on the
charges and specifications to bo pre
sented by tho Judgo Advocate
The Ollicors composing the Com
1. Colonel William Austin Whit
ing, First Regiment, N. G. H.
2. Lieutenant-Colonel J. H.Fishor,
First Regiment, N. G. H.
3. Captain 0. W, Ziegler, Compa
ny F, N. G. H.
i. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Com
pany C, N. G. H.
fi. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
N. G. H.
0. Captain V. C. Wilder, Jr., Com
pany D, N. G. 11.
7. First Lieutenant J. W. Jones,
! Company D, N. G. H.
Captain William A. Kinney, Aid-
de-Camp on General Staff, J ml go
I order of tho Commandor-in-
I (Signed) JNO. H. SOPER,
1 123'J-tf Adjutaut-Goueral.
Under MARTIAL LAW ovory
porsou found upon tho streets or
in any public placo between tho
o.in p t ,i r. a t
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will bo liable to arrest, unless pro
vided with a pass from Military
Headquarters of tho Marshal's
Tho gathering of crowds is pro
hibited. Auyono disturbing tho peace or
disobeying orders is liablo to sum
mary arrest without warraut.
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief,
J. H. SOPER,
From and afterdate LIQUOItS OF AM,
DESUMPTIONH will be allowed to be
sold at the Licensed Saloon, butwren tho
hours of 0 a. m. and G. i M., providing tho
nine bo drank on the premises.
No Million shall be taken away from
such taloons except lleer, Ale and Stout.
Any violation of this will cause such Sa
loon to bo Immediately closed. Tho pres
ence of any person under th Inllttenco of
liquor upon any saloon prerul-cs will also
be sulncient to causo such Baloou to bo Im
E. 0. HITOHCOCK,
Marshal Itepublio of Hawaii.
February 0.1S05. 12SMI
SPECIAL ORDERS, No. 20.
The Military Commission now iu
sossiou in this city, convened by
Special Orders No. 25, dated January
16, 1895, from those Headquarters
will hold its sessions without regard
By order of tho Commandor-in-Chiof.
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutant-General's Oflico, Hono
lulu, January 19, 1895. 1213-tf
AH persons are hereby notified
that they aro strictly forbidden to
use fire crackers, Chinese bombs-or
any firoworks whatever within tho
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
On aud after thib date, all porsons
wishing passes, will, ploaso call be
tween tho hours of 11 and 12 a. m ,
and 7 and 9 r. m., for tho samo.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Fobruary 9, 1895.
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