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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY in, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Judgo Wilcox nets as his own
Coffco mills JJCo. and COc. at
Soo now matter in City Food
The Gaelio should be in this
evening from San Francisco.
c,'J Two OhinoHe woro arrestod for
$V)cddliug chofa tickets this mom-
Tho Govornmout band will play
at Thomas square this evening at
Now and firstclass secondhand
furniture is sold cheup for cash
at the I X L.
Tho drill shed is being decorat
ed for Company A.'s ball on
II. G. Biart has spoctaclos to see
the approach of annexation or any
other good thing.
Nobody in official circles has
any idea of when Minister Damon
will return from England.
This is the last day for service
of summons for the August term
of the First Circuit Court.
Senator Wright advertises tho
popular pavilion at Independence
- J?ark for sale to be removed.
Notico ot election of officers of
the Pioneer Building and Loan
Association is given elsewhere.
The Sailor's Home restaurant
will reopen under Chung Hee
with a free dinner on Thursday.
The Baldwin-Smith wedding
is announced to take place on
Monday evening next at 8 o'clock.
David Dayton, attorney in fact
for Mrs. Landsborg, has a notioe
elsewhere to debtors of the Gold
H. W. Schmidt & Sons call tho
attention of teachers and others
to the closing out of their largo
stock of goods.
More than $37,000 has been put
into circulation through the pay
ment of April bills by the Govern
J. Eberly, of the Honolua Coffee
Ranch of Maui, is in town. He
reports tho prospects of this plan
Narada, a Japanese, forfeited
16 bail rather than appear in the
police court this morning on a
chargo of drunkonncss.
Tho Paoific Tennis Club will
hold a reception fiom 4 to G to
morrow afternoon at their club
house on Palace square.
Tho charges agaiust Maida and
Philip Davis, obstructing and
preventing justice, wore nolle
pros.'d in the District Court.
Old glaBs bottles, which are
more or less useless, aro now
ground up and employed as a sub
stitute for sand in the preparation
A bioycle cannot bo so badly
broken up that it cannot be made
as good as now by tho Hawaiian
Cycle and Manufacturing Co.
Telephone No. 5G5.
An old Chinaman is hold for in
vestigation at the station house. It
is understood he will be charged
with a criminal assault on an 8
year old Chinese girl.
A smart shower of rain fell
along the Punchbowl slopes this
morning. Frank Brown's rain
gauge showed 2-lOOths of an inch
as the- amount of the fall.
The Board of Health is in ses
sion this afternoon. T ho report
of Agont Reynolds and OlerkWil
cox on their visit to the Leper
Settlement is up for considera
tion. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hoppor
entertained tho membors and
frionds of the Christian church at
Waikiki last night. Pleasant
games with prizes were played,
and toothsomo refreshments
It has been ascertained that the
correct namo of Policeman 35, im
plicated in tho robbory of the
Japanese employed at tho Cri
terion, is Thomas Warron, now
living in Kohala. Kaaikaula left
the force before tho timo men
tioned. Pane is in luck. Ho wob ar
restod on two charges of opium
in possession and running a ohefa
bank. Ho was defended by Hum
phreys & Macdonald bofore.Judge
Wilcox and got off with a S10 fino
for his chofa transactions, tho
othor charge being dismiBsod.
TROUBLE IN THE LEAGUE
.sr. loiiis ii:a,h ii.i iiik.
II A II V ACT.
Withdraw From lh League Rrr muc
II l'role.t on Naturdn' (lainr
la Not Allowed.
Thcro waB a meeting of tho
BaBoball Leaguo this aftornoon
to consider the protest of Captain
Thompson of tho St. Louis team
on lust Saturday's game. In tho
protest it wns claimed that tho
umpire erred in giving a batsman
a base on a balk by the pitcher
and therefore tho game should bo
declared a draw. It was admitted
that uo runs woro madoor lost by
tho decision nor were any made
during that innings.
Captain Thompson moved that
tho protest be allowed and the
gamo declared a draw.
After nearly an hour's desulto
ry argument on the motion it whs
voted down, by 4 to 2.
While there was no doubt in
the minds of any of those proBent
that the umpire's decision was
wrong, Thompson's motion t was
voted down because the decision
in no way affected the score.
In tho case deoided laBt week
two runB were awarded to the
Stars by tho decision of the
Leaguo which made tho score a
tie; henco tho gamo was declared
When Chairman Whitney had
announced the vote, Captain
Thompson said that at the re
quest of the members of tho St.
Louis Baseball club ho pre
sented their resignation from
this season's League and
would move that it he ucceptod.
Captain Wilder of the Stars and
Mr. Gorman of the Regimonts
moved and seconded that it be
laid on the table. Carried .
Tho meeting then adjourned.
It is understood that one of the
alleged grievances of tho St. Louis
club is that tboy were not allowed
to play out the ninth innings of
the came played on the 5th of
July, in which a protest was filed,
two runs allowed and the game
declared a draw. Since the League
has had time to consider the mat
ter Borne of its members have un
doubtedly come to the conclusion
that it acted hastily in declar
ing the game a draw
and that the correot decision
would have been to give tho Stars
the two runs asked for, making
the score 7 to 7, and ordering tho
last half of tho ninth innings to
be finished, or if necessary more
innings to bo played. ThiB may
yet be done, in justico to the St.
Louis team, but so far Captain
Thompson has not asked it of the
The Bulletin is requested to
announce that the Stars and
Regiments will play out the sea
son just as though nothing had
Editou Evening Bulletin:
At a meeting of the League hold
today the protest entered by the
St. Louis team was voted down,
and Mr. Thompson immediately
withdrew hiB club from the League
for the balance of the season.
There is no doubt in tho minds of
men conversant with tho gamo
that the decision was just, but the
feeling is general that tho St.
Louis Club got much the worst of
it in the League's decision on tho
game of July 5, and if Mr. Thomp
son had got the proper decision
on that game, he never would have
entered a ptotest on Saturday's
A suggestion to the Leaguo is
that they call a meeting, recon
sider their action on the first pro
tested game, and allow the score
to bo 7-7 and permit the St. Louis
club to finish their half of the
ninth innings. If the Star club
In the interest of square sport
had made a proposition of
this kind, thero is no doubt
that Captain Thompson would
have agreed. It is not too
lato now for bucu action, and
Capt. Thompson would then prob
ably reconsider his resignation.
The newspapers and all lovers of
baseball have given their space
and timo for the revival of inter
est in this intensely exciting
gamo. Both the Stars and Regi
ments should uuite in having the
decision on tho first protested
gamo altered, and allow tho St.
CckbrMcd for Its great leavening strength
and lii-ultlillilncts. Assures the food oatast
alum ami all forms of adulteration common
to tho cheap brands. Hotal Uakino 1ow
ikh Co , New Yohk.
Examine our ',
Staple and Fancy Novelties
before purchasing elsewhere.
Absolutely Lowest Trices
and Ldrgest Assortments
Special Agency of the
Office Specially Mn'ft'g Co.,
Manufacturers of the
Shannon Filing Cabinets
Office Filing Devices.
Also, Safety Document Files.
Our Patent Flat Opening
Best in the Market.
ISE Remember wejire the
money savers for you.
Louis club to finish their innings.
This, I believe, is the only action
that will make Mr. Thompson re
consider his resignation.
Body FuuMd and Burled.
The body of E. Boss, tho fire
man of the U. S. S. Marion who
was drowned on Saturday, camo
to the surfuco near the ship last
evening. It was convoyed to E.
A. Williams' undertaking parlors.
The funeral took place today.
The procession headed by the
Philadelphia band left the bqat
lauding at 1:30 p. m. and proceed
ed to Nuuanu cemetery where the
body was laid to rest. Chaplain
W. E. Emberson of the Philadel-
Ehia read tho service over tho
Up till noon only six return
permits had boon issued by Secre
tary J. W. Girvin to Chinese
residents leaving by tho Gaelio.
There may be a good many visi
tors on six months' bonds to leave.
Four or five rejected ChinoBO im
migrants from the last lot will be
sent home from tho quarantine
To Be Opened.
THURSDAY, July 15, at the Sailor's
Home, the RettUuraut will reopen
with a Freo Dinner nerved in first
class style. Meale, slugta, -5o; tickets,
$4.50, Open from 5 a. hi. to 7 pm.
657 1 na 1'roprlotor.
No more shrugging of tho shoulders
when requested to take a dose of
Castor Oil. Dr. Cummins Tasteless
Castor Oil has dispensed with all die
agreeable expressions connected with
taking Castor Oil.
PLEASANT TO TAKE
Many new and apparently success
ful preparations to take the place of
Castor Oil have been put on the
market, but since the discovery of a
way to perfeotly disguise the taste of
Oil it has won back vast numbers of
people to Us use, who would and could
not be Induced to abandon its use
TASTES LIKE HONEY:
The finest quality of Castor Oil that
can be obtained is used In the manu
facture of Sr. Cummins Tasteless
The dose Is exactly the same as
Castor Oil and Children will take It
Every dose effective and no Berious
X3T Price 25 cents a bottle.
Hollister Drug Co.,
NOTARY PUBLIC M TYPEI R1TEB
Orriost 203 Merchant street, Oampbel)
Block rear ot J. O. Carter! offlot, P. O.
Fine Dress Goods .
Shot and Figured Mohairs,
Orepons, Black and Colored Brpcades,
STRIPED CANVAS and BLaCK SATINS,
Corded and Figured Piques,
Sclicol Teachers, Attention!
Special Bargains This Week
Big Reduction in
Ladies' Shirt Waists,
Our stock of elegant Shirt Waists nt reduced prices; thoy
aro without exception tho finest over brought to Honolulu.
Ladies' "White Sailor iiats, Q5c.
Trimmed with Ribbons, regulnr price 75c. and $1.00.
Ladies' "White Vests, 15c.
Extra quality, fully worth 25c.
Ladies' F'ine T31ack JECoso, 2oo.
Or 2.50 per dozen, guaranteed absolutely stainless.
Ladies' Tan and "White Xlose,
in Plain, Drop Stitch and Open Work.
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street. : : Honolulu:
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nnrno8, Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Electricity and Physical Training
may be obtained.
F. 8. KELLOGQ, M. D.,
Telephone 639. Superintendent.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Latest Styles from Europe.
Zephyrs, Etc., Etc.
Goods aro all New and Up - to -
"-VOONG HNDtB COAM
The Cows belonging to Enterprise
Dairy have been examined, by Gov
ernment Order, and not one was
Buy your milk there. 654-lw
Evening Bulletin 7 Be per montk.
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