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Vol. IV. No. 656.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JULY 12, 1897.
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have now marked down
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They guarantee the
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' OlcT goods below cash
Von Holt Block, King Street,
Real Estate Broker.
209 Merchant Street.
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House and Lot, 75x155 ft., on No. 71
Young street; pirlor, 3 bedrooms, kitchen
Lot on Wilder avenue 100x300 ft., fenced;
House iu Bsbcllo Lane; dining-room,
kltclion, bathroom, carriago house ana
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THE STARS WIN A GAME
B OrHILI. PLATING BVTHR
ST. LUI4 TKAM.
The College Biy. Were Snort Tiro of
Their BhI Maa-Klekn, l'rote.U
au Krrera Gator.
At the beginning of this season
Harry Whitney was made official
umpjre of the Baseball League
with' fall power to appoint his as
sistant and substitutes. On Satur
day he went off shooting without,
appointing a substitute, and about
an hour before the time for tho
ball game to eommenco it looked
very much as if there would be
none. After t a few tickets had
been sold, Ohan Wilder, who has
charge of the grounds and box
office, found that no umpire had
been selected. He ordered the
box office cloned and refused to
open it until the two captains had
agreed' to select nn umpire from
the audienco before 3:30. After a
great deal of wrangling this was
finally agreed to ana A. H. Moore
of the Regiment team was agreed
on. The box office was then
The game was a good one but
terribly uphill work for the col
lege boys, who were playing with
two of their best men absent,
Simerson and Woods. The Stars
got on to Lemon's curves in the
second innings and punished him
for nine runs. The St. Louis
boys gradually crept up and in
the first half of the ninth were
two runs ahead. In the last halt
Aiwohi dropped an easy fly,
Lemon muffed a ball at a cri.ical
stage and the Stars made the win
ning run. The details of the
game by innings are given bolow:
Thompson of the bt. Louie was
first at the bat and took first on
four balls, Gleason's base hit took
him to second, and Holt's tingle
took him to third. Gleason was
put out at second. Willis two
bagger brought Thompson home.
Aiwohi was cauuhl uut at center
and Holt at third.
For the Stars Lisbman failed to
make first as quiok as tho ball,
Hart flow out to pitoher and Wild
er was put ont at first.
In the second Clark was put out
at first, Lemon was Btruck by a
pitched ball and went to first and
was put out at second. Crowell
Mahuka went to second on
Holt's error. Pahau went to third
on a two-Dase nit ana Manuka
scored. Babbitt's single brought
Pahau in. Woods got in a base
hit, Koki's two-bagger made a run
for Babbitt. Lishman scored on
a passed ball. MoNiohol followed
with a two-bagger and Lishman
with another, Hart was put out at
first but MoNiohol scored by the
skin of his teeth. Wilder's single
made a run for Lishman. Manu
ka's three -bagger sent AVilder
acrosB the plate and Pahau's base
hit took Mahuka home. Pahau
was put out at second and Babbitt
was caught out at the plate.
For the St. Louis boys Dayton
was put out at first. Thompson
took his base on balls and got to
third on Gleason's two-bagger.
Holt went to first on balls and
filled the bases. Willis' single
was muffed at first and Thomp
son and Gleason scored. Holt
scored on Aiwohi's hit, but was
put out at second. Clark went to
third, Lemon was put out at first.
For tho Stars Woods made a
base hit. Koki got his first but
Woods was put out at second.
MoNiohol raado his base. Loki
scored on Lishman's single. Hart
was put out at first and Wilder's
fly was taken in by Thompson.
In the fourth Orowoll flow out
at center. Dayton mot his fate at
first. Thompson mado a clean
homo run. GJoason followed with
a base hit and Holt flew out to
Mahuka made first and scored
on Pahau's hit and overthrow to
first. Bubbitt was put out at first
but Pahau scored. Woods flaw
out to Willis and Koki to Aiwohi.
Iu the fifth Willis was put out
at first. Aiwohi mado his base
and Bcored on Clark's three-bag
cor. Lemon's fly was taken in by
Woods but Clark scored. Crowell
was put out at first.
MoNiohol took his base on
balk. Lishman got his base, Hart
hit to short, who pioked up the
ball and who touched MoNiohol,
threw to second, who threw to
first, three men being put out on
In the sixth Dayton was too
slow to beat the ball at first.
Thompson made a base bit but
was put out at second. Gleason
wsb put out at third on a passed
Wildor was pnt out at first,
Mahuka was caught out by Holt
and Pahau failed to make his
In the seventh Holt, Willis and
Aiwohi flew out from the first four
Babbitt and Woods were put
out at first. Koki made his base
but was put out at second on Mo
Niohol's single. - ,
In the eighth Clark couldn't
reaoh first. Lemon went to sec
ond on a fly to rinht field. Crowell
was struok by a pitohed balk
Dayton struck out. Thompson's
two-bagger brought Lemon over
the plate. Gleason's single took
Crowell home. Thompson come
home on an overthrow to second.
Holt struck out.
Lishman flew out to Dayton.
Hart struok ont and Wilder wsb
put out at first.
In the ninth Willis was put out
at first. Aiwohi made his base on
Wilder's bad throw to first. Clark
went to third on a base hit and
overthrow to second and Aiwohi
soored. Clark scored on a passed
ball. vLemon made a two bagger
and scored on Growell's hit to
right field. Dayton flow out to
pitcher and Thompson struck
Mahuka got first by an error of
Aiwohi. Pahau made his first
and Mahuka got to third on a
muffed ball by pitoher. Babbitt
Btruck out. Mahuka scored on
Woods single. Koki flow out to
Aiwohi but Pahau scored. Mo
Niohol brought Woods in.
Score: Stars 16; St. Louis 14.
now THEY BTAND.
W. T. Blaokley, the offioial
scorer, kindly furnishes tho stand
ing of the teams to date, the table
not including the came played on
July 5, whioh was declared a
WON LOST rEItOENT.
Stars 3 4 429
Regiment. . (,4 3 572
St. Louis.. 3 3 SCO
Why people come long distances
to buy at the Palama Grocery.
Reason No. 1 ISecause ono cus
tomer tolls . another how much
they saved by dealing at this live
and let live establishment. Rea
son No. 2 Because tho saving
from their grocery bill helps them
to pay their house rent. If you
don't boljeve what our customers
say, just givo us a call and be con
vince. Hakby Cannon,
Palama Grocery, Opposite Rail
Tel. 755,overy timo. Goods de
livered. BY POLICE A.T OALLAO.
Inquiry hero confirms the s'ory com.
lng from Lima to tho effect that the
State Department hns lodged a de
mand with the United States charge
of legation at Lima for the release of
the mate of the American bark "Uncle
John." Hu ns nehorc on December
10 last at Callao, and was arrested be
cause of his constant demand for "Kal
nler Beer." On tap or In bottles at the
UiiKlclex and I'lmetom.
Gus Schuman bogs to inform
tho public that ho has on baud a
fino now line of Surreys, Buggies,
Phaptons, Road Wagons and Carts;
Double uad GiiifeK .U(.gy, Es
press aud Hack Harness mado
specially for tho Hawaiian trade.
These goods are now on exhibi
tion at tho Club Stables.
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular Houso, 154 Fort strcot,
from $1.00 per weok up.
SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED
TWO POLICKMKN A ('CURED
KOBUIU A Jil'A.MlHt,
Wrouicrallr Arretted for rnukcnuc
and Bobbed While Being
THkea to the Ntatlon.
That the present police force
needs considerable overhauling
and weeding out is apparent from
On Saturday night, June 5, tho
to of the Feast of Pentecost, a
Japanese named Ota left tho
Criterion saloon, where he is em
ployed as porter, at 11:45 p. in.,
haying just been paid his week's
wages? He was accompanied by
a fellow employe, also a Japanese,
who roomed with tiini in a house
near Kaumakapili church. On
arriving there they found a dis
turbance was in progress in tho
yard. A Portuguese living up
stairs was drunk nnd with several
of his friends was making quite a
row. Ota 'asked them to dosist,
and the' Portuguese then pitched
into him. In tho melee the police
entered the yard and arrested Ota
for being drnnk. On the way to
the station house the Japanese
claims that policemen 33 and 35,
who had him in charge, went
through his pockets hud took
therefrom $7, the wages he had
just received for his week's work,
tie was locked up on a charge of
drunkenness but later on bailed
out by his employer.
Chas. J. McCarthy, tho proprie
tor of the, Criterion saloon, was
seen by a Bulletin reporter this
morning in relation to the above.
"I will tellyou what I know of
the affair. The two Japanese are
employed by me as porters and
are good faithful men. I have
never seen Ota take a drink while
in my employ, although lie has
the privilege of taking anything
he likes. On the Saturday night
in question after closing up the.
saloon the men were paid off in
my presence. Ota received $7.
Ho was perfectly sober at the
time. I left shortly afterward
and had been home but a few
minutes when the telephone rang.
I answered and was told by a
Japanese, the roan who left the
saloon with him, that Ota had
been arrested for being druuk.
Knowing that there must bo some
mistake, as I had seen-the man
perfecly sober about half an hour
before, I went down to the police
station and asked to see him. 1
was refused permission, the clork
stating that he was too drunk. I
insisted that there must be a mis
take and was finally allowed
to go below and see the man.
I found him porfeotly sober but
considerably excited. I furnished
bail for him aud sent him home.
It being very late aud Ota not
speaking muob English I did not
question him that night, but on
the Monday morning following he
told me his story, mentioning for
the first timo that he had been
robbed of his wages while on tho
way to tho station by tho two
policemen whom ho identified as
Numbers 33 and 35. I then ques
tioned the other Japanese, who
speaks good English, and became
fully satisfied they were telling
the truth. 1 went to the Deputy
Marshal and reported what I bo
lieved to be the facts of tho case.
Ho siud he would investigate. The
Japaneso was charged fu court
with being drunk but nftor two
continuances his caso was nolle
pros.'d. Sinco that time, it is
now going on six weeks, I huvo
heard nothing more about it, but
I intend to see tho Marshal him
self. Inquiry at tho polico station
shows that the policomau who
wears star 33 is nntned Peahi. Star
35 was woin lust by Kaaikaula,
who left tho forco somo weoks ago
of his own volition, having come
into a steudy income troiu somo
cuNTora tinunr. at runs.
Trouble With Uaarda Over n Tempo.
rarj Appointment. ,
On Saturday afternoon Deputy
Collector McStookor issuod an or-'
der temporarily detaching Port
Surveyor Stratomoyor from his '
duties and detailing him to attend
I to tho office of ganger until such
I time MA thft onvArnmant alinnlrl
make an appointmeut to fill the
vacancy caused by Dr. Lyons' re
signation. This a action was
rendered almost imnonitive. as
thero are several largo invoices of
liquors on hand to bo
tested and consignees were
clamoring tor, their goods. Mr.
Stratemeyer having previously
filled tho offico and boing fami
liar with its duties was the only
man immediately available, as the
position is a difficult one to fill.
At the Bame timo that Mr.
Stratemeyer was put in the gaug
or's office HC. Norton was taken
from the appraiser's deoartmont
and temporarily assigned to duty
as port surveyor. This latter
action is said to have given um
brage to the guards and some of
them are making a big kick about
In talking of the appointments
this raornint! Mr. McStocknr
said they were merely temporary,
awaiting the aotion of tho Cabinet.
Mr. Stratemeyer was the only
man available to put in the
ganger's office and for that reason
be had been requested to act until
the Cabinet reached a decision.
With regard to Mr. Morton, bo
had been temnorarilv anuoiutod
to fill the duties of Port Surveyor
because or uis ntness. Ho was
quiet, unassuming, faithful and
attentive to his duties, and before
going intq the Appraiser's office
had served several months as In
spector of Customs. Mr.McBtocker
had heard that some of the guards
were dissatisfied with Morton's
appointment and had threatened
to resign. He thought those who
objected fo it. bad better do so, as
the Custom Houbo was not being
run to suit the whims of the
Snprea' Coart Term Over Murder
Appeal la Viiertllon.-,.
The Supreme Court adjourned
sine die this morning.
Henry Smith has been appoint
ed commissioner to sell tho Lano
property in partition.
It has been stipulated botweon
W. O. Smith, Attorney Goneral,
on behalf of the Republio, and
Paul Neumann aud S F.CbillingB
worth, couusol for dofoudants,
that tho case of Araki Toyotaro,
Oyama Sotaro and Fokomoto, ex
ceptions from conviction of mur
der in the second degree, shall be
hoard by the Supreme Court in
vacation. This is the case of
killing a Japaneso interpreter on
the island of Maui.
At Fmiun Square.
Following are tho soloctions to
be rendered at Emma square by
tho government baud this oven
ing, commencing at 7:30:
March ClilrnRo Trllmnn (new) ... Chambers
Funtuala -Tlio D)iii Tout (uuw)
t ........ (lOtteclulks
Tropic Dance La Utile Creolu (now)..,.
Kleilo Molaual. Mnlilna
iJolohy MrD Moe.
Cornet Solo Hclclin FnntaMn DaUreu
Mr. C'harliH Kreuter.
Fantasia Tho Jollj Musicians (new)....
Waltz Wauderlui; Minstrel (ne).. ..Keller
Marcli The Myrtlu (by request) Uercr
Cane or nipl'tlierlu.
A caso of diphtheria was report
ed by Dr. C. C. Ryder to tho
Hoard of Health this morning, tho
patiout being a two-year-old child
living on DowboU'b lano, Palama.
Dr. Ryder was called to nttond
tho child yesterday aftornoon.
Health Ofiicor Reynolds visited
tho premises at noon today and
saw that tho nncessary precautious
woro boing taken.
MONSTROSITY IN NATURE
RK.tlAHKAnLE FKKAK BOHV IN A
LITTER OF PIG.
Last Monday a sow belonging
to a native at Waialun on this isl
and had a litter of six pig. Five
of them woro as good little pijjs as
over wont to uiarkt.t, but the sixth
one was a lusus faaturw to the de
gree of being a monstrosity.
fTbore have been many cases of
uuiuiuis uuru wuu two ueaiis or u
surplus of legs, whioh showmen
have been ready to buy as curiosi
ties for attracting the ponce of tho
This Waialua freak, howevor,
seems to combine two distinct
species of quadruped in its forma
tion. - Its body, tail, legs and feet
are honest pig, bnt its head and
muzzle are in tho perfect likeness
of the baboon tiibo. Thero is no
projecting snout and no rootinc
cartilage to the nose. A sauare-
cut mouth with grinning teeth ap
pears ueiweenta inonkoy noso and
a nicely rounded chin. Instead
of the slitlike piggish eyes that
Buoula nave been its birthright,
the creature was favored with
round and wideawake orbs. Its
lower jaw is formed like
that of a human being,
while the skull has fontenelloB
the skin bridged openings like
uumau inianis , ana lae young or
the feline speoies. The ears are
doubtful, though rather favoring
the eat kind.
This remarkablo creature lived
four days. After it died Frank
Halstead secured the carcase for
his friend, Dr. F. L. Miner, to
whom the curiosity arrived by
Saturday evmiing's train. It was
E reserved in brandy, the ontrails
aving been removed, and was in
good condition excepting that the
skin had peeled off in places about
the head. Dr. Miner placed ilia
a glass jar of alcohol, where it sits
one foot high and shows clearly'
the external peculiarities here des
cribed. Dr. Miner is undeoided whether
to present tho curiosity to the
Bishop Museum or to a university
Mr. Halstead wrote a note to
accompany tho parcel. Baying:
"I eend you by White's express
one jar of pickled pork, tho virtne
of which is more in its appearance
than its taste. When I first tele
phoned you I had never Been the
animal, but had heard of it from
our men and took very littlo
notice of what they said, as that
kind of stories is always stretched
a great deal. Dr. Reid first told
mo that he had seen it, and was
trying to get it, and afterward
that it could not bo bought, as tho
native was keeping it as a mascot.
"It bad been dead two days and
a half when I Bent for tho native,
and much to my surprise he camo
over to the mill and brought it
with him, saying be wished me to
take it and cet what it was worth.
I All Hot but lit
Which That r a
as it was useless to him and would,.,
soon go bad. .i
"Tho old sow had a litter of six
pics iucluilinc this one.lmt owiut;
to some difficulty about breathing
this ono could not take its mother's
milk. Tho native tried to feed it
with a baby's bottle, and seomed
to be getting on nicely, but tho
littlo thing diod on tho fonrth day.
He then took out its iusidna uud
stuffed it with salt, thinking he
could dry it, but soon cave it up as
ho saw it was going. I hope it is notk
too far gono to be of any uso."
Mr. Ilulstoud tolls of another
pig, now ten weeksold, owned by
TMrt antif-i nnlmn ittliistla Kia t?it
till) DII1UW UIHI1U) I1UIUII 4C1 Jlb fcW-j
gotlior very strauguly. it io all
there, but some of tho pioces are,,
not fitted rightly, Tho malforma
tion takoB on a peculiarity ot tho
Sam'l Parker and W II Corn.'
well returned oti tho UluudiuO',
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