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VOL. 1. NO. 89.
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Juno 22, 1805.
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IT. I., FRIDAY. AUGUST
"EVERYBODY PLAY BALL"
THIS AVIIili nU THE GREAT UAItlF.
OV TUB SEASON.
For Nweel Clinrltr'' Hako tlio Old
Timer AVII1 Nhow tti Lencuc How
to llr llall.
Thoro bas beon an unlimited
amount of kicking at the kind of
baseball put up by tbo Loagno
clubs during this season. To
show the pnblio what ft roally
good ball game should, and how it
used to bo played when wo wero all
young enough to tako a hand in
tho pamo, the Bulletin has con
ceived tho project of gottiug up a
game in which two nines compos
ed of tho old-timo ball tossors of
those Islands should takox part,
the ontiro proceeds thereof to bo
donatod to churitablo purposos.
With this object in hand Man
ager Finnoy started out among
the old timers to soo how many
of tho old players would bo will
ing to assist tho cause, and in a
short timn tbo following list of
volunteers was obtained:
James G. Spencer
J. H. Fishor
Lorrin A. Thurston
E. A. Jonos
Jamo3 L. Torbert
A. E. Perry
J. M. DowBott
Fred M. Oat
W. E. Wall
O. M. Whito
W. F. Allou
J. B. CaBtlo
M. P. Robinson
On Monday morning Mossrs.
iS. A. Jones and Frod. M. Oat
will eoleot two nines from tbo
above and they will both at onco
commence practicing. Tho gamo
will not bo played for
money or marblos bnt for blood
in largo quantities and thoro will
bo no danger of either Bide throw
ing away the game.
All of tho gentlemen who bavo
volunteorod aro good ball playors,
and cvon if somo of them aro get
ting u little obeso and stiff thoy
have not forgotton the first prin
ciples of the gamo, wbicb is moro
than somo members of tho presont
Leuguo can say. Tbero is every
prospect that tho game as an exhi
bition of baseball will bo much
suporior to a majority of tboso
played in tho Leaguo sories this
season. It willbeacasoof "Every
body play ball."
John "T. Watorbouso of tho
Quoon stroot storos has gonorous
ly donated nil tho cloth noodod
for suits for both teams.
Haokfohl & Co. kindly donnto
Blockings to comploto tho cuh
tumos, Tho proceeds of tho gamo aro
to bo distributed botweou the
Young Men's Chrintfuri AhhooIu
tion (gymmiHiiini), tho Honolulu
Library nnd Heading Jloorn, tho
DriliHh Jk'novolunt Sooioty, tho
Amurlouit Jtoliof FuikI und tho
(ioriniiii KoJiflf Hooioty in nuuIi
nroporlloiiH iih tho publio mny do
I'Tlillliu by ballot.
Jilitnk UlloU will 1)0 prliilod
in pnuli JNNiiu of tlio Dvu.mw on
tlio ilflli i)ni. Thcho iiro to u
out out and dopositcd in a scaled
box in the Bulletin offioo, tho
namo of tho socioty the voter
wishes to bavo tbo moat monoy
being first writton thereon. Those
ballots will bo printed from day
to day up to, but not including,
tho day of tbo gamo. This will
oitber bo Saturday, September
7th or 14th, 'and will depond on
tho outcome of tomorrow's gamo.
If tho Unknowns win tomorrow,
it will bo played on tho 7th, as
tho Loogue teams want two weeks
for praotico boforo playing tho
finol gamo. If tho Stars win to
morrow tho gamo will bo plnyod
on the 14th, which will gtvo the
old plnyors plenty of timo for
The votes will bo countod on
the Monday following tho
game by a oommitteo of fivo,
consisting of a represontativo
from each of tho societies to be
benefited and ono from tho Bul
letin. Tho sooioty rocoiving tho
highest number of votes will bo
handed ovor one-half of the not
rocoods of the game, tho next
lighost will recoivo ono quarter,
tho third highest ono-oighth and
and the remaining ono-eighth will
bo dividod botwoon tho fourth
and fifth in tho proportion of
throe to two. Should tho not
procoeds of tho gamo amount to
$500, tho societies would receive
$250, $125. SG2.50, $37.50 and
$25 roBpoctivoly according to tho
rosult of tho ballot. In this
tbo othor one-twelfth. In this
mannor each of the societios
named will receive somothing.'nnd
individual mombors of all of thorn
have already oxprcssod a dotor
mination to got in and work for
the top notch. No votes will bo
counted until jiftor tho game is
over, as it is not considerod desira
ble to oncourage voting in big
blocks as ib often dono in similar
Tho umpires will bo selootod
from tbo members of tbo Leaguo,
and if they don't got a tasto of
thoir own medicine beforo the
gamo is endod tho writer is much
Tho Association has gonorously
donated tho use of the grounds
for tho gamo and practice in tho
Col. W. F. Allen will bavo
chnrgo of tho sale of tickets, and
will distributo thorn in prominont
storos in town as soon as printed.
Thoy will be only 25 contH each,
but every ono is oxpocted to pur
chase onongh for his wholo fami
ly, including his sisters, cousins
Tlie Death on the Ilcunlngtoii.
The doath from cholera on tho
Bonniugton of the yonng Ameri
can apprentice named Conlan or
Colan, 22 or 23 yoars of ago, Iiiih
created somo consternation in the
city, as it is tho first case in
which a white man has beon at
tacked sinco tho disoaso mado its
appearanco. Tho young man was
taken sick in tho night and died
nbout 8 o'clock this morning.
Shortly beforo his death Drs.
Movers and l)uy visited tho ship
und held a consultation with tho
ship's doctor. It was unanimously
decided to bo a cubc of cholera.
Iinmodiatuly aftor tho man diod
tho body was placed iu a colli n
and Mont ashore iu a alioro boat
and buried at tho Makiki cumo
tory, Strenuous sanitary measures
wero at oucu adopted on board
and no ono is allowed to commu
nicate with or leave the ship.
Tho sailors have not boon allowed
on slmro for fourteen days, with
tho exception of two who anno oil'
on duly yontorduy itfturnoon for a
tthorl time. Tlio ofllcurH, liovrovi-r,
liu vo boen bnak und forth lo tlio oily
um iihiiiI Thoro U not n word of
truth in th" ropnrl lliut IwoollioQix
und two of Iho iim'Ii won Inkon
with Iho iliMvitvo ttiiM innming.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
EIGHT NEW CASES TODAY
INFECTION TKACKD TO AVATESUC
OK I.OWEIt XUUANU STIIEAITC
Two Drntlm Thin ITIoriiliiB One Irosi
Worker Taken New Honpltal
While residents wore in the
midst of mutual congratulations
over tho supposed end of tho cho
lora scare, yestorday ovoning the
alarm circulated that two freslr
cases had boon discovered. This
morning two deaths tool:
placo, although not of tho casct
roported yestorday evoning. One
was that of a bluejacket on bonrfi
of tho TJ. S. S. Honniugton. The
other was a nativo man named
Kaehalii, who livod near the Ku
nawai springs on Nuuanu stream,
far up Liliha street. This native
died whilo being romovod to the
cholera hospital at Kakaako. He
bad boon tukou ill about 3 a.m.
This forenoon Von Hamtn,
salosman at Hoflsohlaeger fe Co's,
wont home iu a enrriaga, having
boon seized with sovoro stomach
trouble His illness is, however,
attributed to indulgence iu rich
food nt a party last night.
Four pationts woro in the hos
pital at 2 p. m. , and a fifth wan
on his way thithor. Ono 1b a
Swodo who worked in tho Hono
lulu Iron Works. About tho
samo hour anothor case was re
ported, making tho eighth of this
Dr. Day, assisted by Arthur
Johnstono, an amateur micros
copist, has boen making investi
gations of tho wutor in Nuoana
stroam. Tho doctor doclnres the
stroam infected from W'aterhouso'e
Androw Brown, Suporintondouf;
of Water Works, is flushing tho
stream from tho rosorvoirs. Aa
effort will bo mado to disinfect all
tho pools along tho stream.
Tho Board of Hoalth has pro
hibited tho salo of fresh fish. It
has also ordered tho closing of all
the poi shops in tho area bounded
by the harbor, Jndd street, Nuu
anu street and Liliha streot.
All cases are taken to tho
cholera hospital at the old immi
gration station. Residonts of the
locality aro loaving in alarm.
Mrs. Reist has abandoned tho
Aloha Bath House.
Owing to foar of infection in
tho harbor from Nuuanu streanx,
tbo boat clubs have ceased their
practico for tho regatta.
Strong commont is hoard on all
sides upon the transportation of
tho dead body of tho Bonnlngtoa
sailor aehoro in a passenger boat,
tho Now York, and its convey
ance from tho landing to tho Ma
kiki cemotory in n liconsod hack.
Loading citizons aro loudly
calling for a couferonco of tho
Board of Hoalth with the oldor
physicians, such as Doctors Mo
Grew, McKihbio, Staugomvaid
and Ilrodio. Iu en bo of sickness
in the fiimilios of the complain
ants, they want thoir physiciann
to know just what disease they
Tlio New Opera IIuum-.
Bids for tbo construction of the
now Opera Houso woro oponoil
yoHiorday afternoon as follows:
W. Wngnor, ir2,80i Lucas BroH.
$19,712: A. Hiirr hoii, $18,708 nnU
G, W. Lincoln $1(1,505. Ah the
bids woro not uniform iiHtodh
amount mid ohnracltr of tho work
to bo diiiut, no award will bo made
for it hIiuiI tliiit'.
You nin't ijiIm Hit) ai'tUtlo orit
of llio 1'ourlm I'lcwoiving Vui.