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VOL. 1. NO. 85.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY. AUGUST 26. 1895.
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"AND THE BAND PLAYED ON"
WHILE TUB KAITIS UAVE AWAY
And Gave an Exhibition ofllaaeliall
That tho Vubllc AV111 Not
Probably tho loast said about
Saturday's ball game betwoon tho
Unknowns and tho Kamobamohas
tho bolter, and wero it not for tho
purpose of protecting tho public
nguinst similar disgraceful occur
rences no montiou would be undo
of it in theso columns.
That the gumo was sold out in
advance just ns tho Bulletin said
it would bo, thoro cun hardly bo
uny doubt, especially as thoro aro
thoso who claim to havo known it
in advance of the gamo and who
openly said bo in tho grand stand.
The Knins did not practiso dur
ing tho week and did notovon uso
previous to tho gamo. Tho (so-called)
playing of both olubs in tho
Grst innings wnB a littlo tbo rank
est ovor soon in Honolulu or else
whero among roputablo olubs and
Bhowed plainly that tho result of
tho game was a foregono conclu
sion. In this innings oloven runs
wore piled up by a series of gross
errors on tho purt of tho playors
that tho smallest schoolboy would
bo ashamed of. Thoso who wore
unfortunate enough to havo paid
thoir entrance foo under tho false
Eretenco that an exhibition of
aseball would bo given thorn in
return for it were loud in thoir
indignation and gave expression
to it in no uncertain tones. Somo
folt liko loaving in disgust, while
others woro in favor of demand
ing thoir money baok on tho
In spite of overy effort to tho
contrary on tho part of tho Ka
mehumohas, the vile playing of
the Unknowns nearly gave them
tho game anyhow, and it took
Bomo careful maneuvring by tho
Cams to let their opponents win.
If thoy hud tried as hard to win
on Saturday as thoy did not, tho
Unknowns would not havo boon
The gamo ended with a score of
14 to 13 in favor of tho Unknowns,
and that is onough said about it.
While on this subject it is per
tinent to again c ill uttontion to a
fow mattors in which both tho
Association and tho Lenguo aro
interested and blamablo. Tnko
the mutter of umpires for
instance. Whou people pay their
money thoy do not go to wait
half an hour becauso an umpiro
docs not altond to his businoss or
whilo tho captains of the virions
teams go around tho grand stand
and ondeavor to coax some old
ball player who has paid his
entranco feo to act, and, when ho
does, abuse him for his decisions
or allow tho hoodlums in tho
gallery to do it which is even worso.
it is said that umpires aro al
lowed S3 por day for thoir work;
if thoy aro it is about timo sotno
of thoso who havo kindly paid
thoir entranco foo nnd given thoir
sorvices in addition should soo tho
color of tho Association's monoy
or at loast havo their own monoy
rolurnod. Jt i'h to bo hopod that
in addition to oilioiul umpires tho
Loaguo will floleot oilioiul substi
tutes noxt year and soo thiit thuy
aro paid, Noun of those remarks
are intended to apply to Harry
Whitney, who jiovor fulls to noti
fy llio unpiuiiiH of tho contending
loams in adrunoo whou ho is mi
ublo to itttond. They wero ho
noliilud on Ha turd ii y and it was
thoir duty to Imvo provided um
pires at oiioo iiiHtuud of walling
until timo was called for tho
Tho position of umpiro is a
thankloss one at least, but players
and spectators uhko should re
member that no ono is infalliblo
oxoopt tho Popo nnd govern them
selves accordingly. If a playor
is dissatisfied with tho umpiro' s
deoision ho has his remedy in an
nppeal to tho Lenguo by tbo Cap
tain of his team. As to tho public
it is nonoof thoir businoss, and only
those who havo monoy on tho gamo
make it so. Ohineso, natives and
Japanese aro arrosted almost
diily for playing at cards, domi
noes, etc., for money, nnd yot
evory Saturday white men oponly
gamble on tho ball gamo in full
viow of scores of ladies and no
thing is thought of it, nor is any
protonoo mado of stopping it. In
deed, it cunnot bo stoppod, but
opon exhibitions of it can, and tho
Association should seo that it is
dono. If thoro woro no gambling
on tho hleaohers thoro would be
littlo if any of that ofibnsivo
rowdyism which is becoming so
prominent of Into, and it is thoso
who havo monoy on tho game
who endeavor to rattlo the umpired
and get deoisions to suit the teams
they have placod their monoy on.
It is woll known that this
season's games havo been failures
in a poouniary senso. In spito of
tho assertions of tho morning
papor to tho contrary we havo tho
positivo assertion of members of
tho association that it is so. They
have thomselves to blame. "You
cannot fool all tho peoplo all tho
timo" as Abraham Lincoln usod to
Bay, and this is as true of baseball
as nf anything else. Tho Asso
ciation provides nothing to add to
tho comfort of its patrons, and
still forces thorn to sit on tho
hardest and most uncomfortable
kind of bonches imnginablo, in
stead of providing chairs. It is
no wonder that tho fow chairs sup
posed to bo sot apart for tho press
are eagorly grabbod by all-comers
who aro supposed to know bettor,
and tho poor scribes aro com
pelled to sit on a board and write
thoir notes on thoir knees. A
suitablo desk and chairs should
bo provided for tho official scorers
and a roprosontativo of each daily
papor, and tho Association should
soo to it that thoy aro kept sacred
to that purposo, and if necessary
bolt thorn to the floor.
Somo Gftoou minutes was wast
ed on Saturday whilo waiting for
balls to ho returned which had
gone ovor tho fenco. It might not
bo too much to oxpoct that a Loa
guo, which had mado us muoh
monoy this soason as tho morning
paper says it has, would huvo
more than throe bulls on hand,
especially whon tho weuthor is
threatening. Of tho throo balls
ovvnod by tho Loaguo on Saturday,
ono was cubbagod by ono of tho
many kidB allowed to snoak into
tho grounds, another wub split
and tho publio had to wait on tho
vagaries of tho other.
If tho Assooiution oxpoots to
inako basoball pay noxt your, it
will havo to romedy and that pf
foctually many ovils of which
thoso spoken of aro only n fow,
nnd put its foot down on all such
SiraoticuH as thoso indulged in liiHt
With this issue tho Hawaiian
o Company culls utlou
10 Tribune bicyclo, with
tiou to thi
itu natont ovcloidul enruoket os
peoiully udopttd for hilly work,
Tim merits of tho (luto Oily Htono
Filturs a ro alw cnliiryod upon.
i m m
It in sild the MyrtlfH will stoul
u in u roll on thuir ndvermiriou mid
Unit iirjungeinenlH huvo homi pop
fuolixl for thoir crown logo down
to j'ojrl Ulty on Wodliumliiy, Tho
uthur oli)b will not f until
Hiituriluy us originally intuiidod,
IN JUDGE PERRY'S COURT.
FOIITV - EIOIIT OASES OV THIS
Lou of vino Cut Small nccelpu
The Crop ol Drunk On The
If the police hod been half as
alort in ferreting out violations of
the rulos of tho Board of Health
for tho past few months ns thoy
have boon since tho cholera scare
has boon, on tho Monowai would
not havo passed us by in tho sup
oroilious munner in whioh sho did
and tho Puradiso of tho Pacific
would not have received a bluck
oyo from tho effects of which it
will now take at loast six months
to rocovor from.
Fifteon Ohineso aro now under
arrest for violating thoso regula
tions, and oaoh nnd evory ono of
thorn pleads not guilty as a mat
tor of oourso. Whenever a China
man pleads guilty it is always
eaio to not tuat no has every
thing to gain and nothing
to loso by it. Judgo Perry will
hoar and dotermine these oases on
tho 27th and 28th.
Thero is always a good showing
of drunks on Monday mornings,
but this morning's assortment
was larger than usual, and in
cluded inobriatos of all kinds.
Tho lethargic boor-Boaked indi
vidual was there, as was tho half
orozy ono. who had not gotten
over tho effects of Saturday night's
dobauch on sake. Tho regular
old bottlo-nosod wbieky eoak was
there trombliticr nn nannl. nn vnim
thoso who nrofor strnifht t?in of
Xhe sandpaper variety. The ex
tra number thoro wore fifteen in
all was ascribed by tho polioo to
tho anxiety of the victims to place
tbomsolvos in a condition to de
fy cholora nnd Dr. Day's nowly
dovolopod miorobos, singly, in
dividually and collectively.
Mr. Bontfelt paid $10 and costs
for tho privilego of ussaulting
another individual and wont about
his business, just us if it was an
ordinary businoss transaction.
Mr. Joseph Dillon, who is in
durance vilo for resisting nn offi
cor, has had his sontonco sus
pended until moved on, nnd any
of his frionds who are desirous of
holping to pny his fine can show
thoir friendship for him by hiring
hiB boat and paying him doublo
Throo Ohineso plnadod gu'lty
of gambling nnd wero assessed
the usual lino of .$10 aul costs,
and two others who boldly assort
ed thoir innoconco woro lot go.
Ah Wana is a oelestial whojo
name litis nppoured on the polioo
register quito often of lato, and
hn is now boing triod on tho
charge of laroeny. Wliother Mr.
Wana wns going to mnke a junk
shop or not, tho urtiolos ho was
ucouned of taking from A. Forn
andoz would muko n good starter.
Thoy conbistod of a Bilvor card
recoiver, n handkerchief, u coil of
wiro, an old lantern, n piece of
chain and a pair of scissor',
anllootivoly appraised by Mr.
Fernanda:! at tho vuluo of $2.25.
Tho oaso wasnot conolndcd at
noon us two ominoiit lawyers wero
engaged, Mr, Thurston for the
prosecution and Mr. Mogoon for
tho defense. This accounts for
tho proceedings tuking moro timo
thuii potty larceny oiibos usually
occupy ii ml the reason that Ah
Waiiu's fate outturn ho dohiled in
The big oloiiiiiiico mU of tlio
Tomplo of Kavliiun omnmnioi'H
next Momliiy. All goods will bo
iimrkid in plain figure u( prlmm
nnli.mnl of. Wululi tho tliow
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