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THE BEST OF THE SEASON
tuck KXinniTioN op nti.i.
l'l.AVINO ON NVTUItDAY.
Ilutv f'nplnln Ttiomp.nii .Mlulil Mm.
Wall the iJHlile-I'rotr.tril lie-
rulnn In tha rculli.
If Captain Thompson bud ilono
Iohh kicking ovor tlio selection of
umpired and counted tho noses of
tho opiosing team instead tho
chances aro his team would have
won tho gamo. At tho beginning
of tho season nil tho clubs agreed
that when umpiro Whitnoy could
not act ho was to appoint his sub
stitutes. It is understood that E.
R. Adams and Johnny Sopor wont
to the grounds on Saturday pre
pared to act as umpires with Mr.
Whitney's sanction. Captain
Thompson of the St. Louis imme
diately raised an objection to
Sopor and both umpires should
at ouco havo unt upon him and
called tho gnmn bnt unfortunately
they did not. The Stars were
cunning enough to say nothing
and let Thompson kick and Bulk
till bo got tired. Their first base
man was not on tho ground and
they were willing to wait all day
if necessary, as Nigel Jackson
was the only substitute thoy had
on tho field. It wob 6 minutes to
4 o'clock when Fahau arrived and
tho Stars then lost no tirao in
putting thoir team in the field and
insisting on the game being call
"1 A.9 Thompn '" ilije"t("
to Soper, Adams umpired the
game alone aud now Thompson
is kicking over his decisions, and'
has protested the game on ac
couut of two given in the tenth.
It is tho general opinion that tho
decisions will both hold, as at
most they wero errors of judg
ment and no faulty construction
of the rules is involved.
In the first Thompson was put
out at first on the first ball. Willis
got to first on Lishman's error.
Aiwohi struok out. Willis stole
second. Gleason made first on
Pryce's bad throw to first and
stole second. Clark was put out
Lishman went to first on Hans
roan's error caused by Thompson
interfering with him. Hart was
put out at first. Wilder's base
hit brought Lishman in. but
Wildor was put out at second.
Mahuka made first,stole second
and scored on Fahau's two-base
hit. Fryce flow out to Holt.
In tho second Lomon started in
with a three-baggor over to right
field. Hansman flew out to Lish
man. Holt's two-bagger let
Lemon in. Dayton hit to pitcher
and was put out at first. Holt
stolo third. Thompson struck out.
Woods flew out to first, Koki
mot with saiut) fato, McNiuholl
In the third Willis struck out.
Aiwohi flew out to Woods and
Gleason was put out at first.
Lishman flew out to Holt. Hart
went to first on Hansinun's error
and stole second. Wilder made
a bu&u hit. AIuhuLa flow out to
Dayton. Ilart scored on a pneced
ball aud Ftthau was put out at
In tho third Clark made a baso
hit, Lemon flow out to McNicholl
and Hansman to Woods. Hart
liindo a siuglo aud Clark was put
out at third.
Pryco failed to reach first on a
hit to short and WooiIh on a hit to
pitcher. Koki mado a einglo.
McNicholl flew out to Aiwohi,
lu the fifth Thompson was put
out at first on a drivo to short.
Willis mado n baso hit aud etolo
sucoud aud third utid ciimo homo
on an ovui throw, Aiwohi aud
CiIcuhou were put out at Jlnl.
Liaiunuii and Hart worn put nut
c.t flirt -.ml Wih'or lUw p"t to
Dayton, all in a minute and u
In tho sixth Clark, Lnnion mid
llmibiimii worn all pill out at Hint
in two inimiloH,
Mnlmku went to Mooud on n
hit lo coiilar, I'aliiui won put out
at liiol. IVyco'n two busy hit
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1897.
brought Mahuka homo. Woods
madu a siuglo and 1'ryco saved
third by Clark's droppiug the
ball. Pryco wan put at tho plate
on an assist from Thompson. Ko
ki struck out.
In tho seventh Holt flow out tn
Hart, Dayton struck out but mado
find on a passed ball. Thompson
aud Dayton wero put out on a
McNicholl failed to niako first,
Lishman flew out to Clark and
Hart to Holt.
In tho eighth Willis started in
with a two baao hit, Aiwohi got
his buao on bnllH. OIi'hhoii was
Ent out at firat. Clark struck out.
onion's base hit brought in two
runB, Lomon was put out trying to
steal second on the same play.
Wilder flow out to Thompson.
Mahuka mado first on a big hit to
center, quick fielding stopping
him from gotting to second. Ma
huka stolo second. Pahau struck
out. Pryce was put out at first.
In the ninth Hansman was put
out at first, Holt met with tho
same fate by a close shavo. Day
ton knookod tho ball into pitcher's
hands and died on first.
Woods got a baso on bnlla.Koki
struck out. NoNicholl was put
out nl first. Lishman went out on
a fine rumuiug catch by Holt.
In the tenth Thompson was
struok on th'e head by a pitched
ball and took first. WilliB flew out
to Koki. Aiwohi and Thornpsou
were both called out at first and
second on a doubtful decision.
Hart mado first on Clark's
fumble and went to third on a
passed boll and camo in on Wild
er's baso hit to right, making the
SCORE DY. INNINGS.
St. Lfjuiu- 0I00I0020 0-4
Stars 2 010 0 10 0 0 1-5
TAHLE OF PKItOEKTAOE.
Played Won LoBt Percent
St. Louis 10
Opern Home Tnuluht.
The Voriflcopo pictures of the
Corbett-Fitzsimmons contest will
bo tho attraction at tho Opora
House this evening. They are
tho original aud only oues that
woro tukuu; in fact, E. J. Rector,
who photographod thecoutest and
is travelling to Australia with
them to superiutond tho presenta
tion there, will oporato tho Voris
cope this evening, ho a perfect
performance- is assured.
Its take ono hour and a half to
show tho 11 rounds, all tho sec
onds, time keepers and cousidera
ble of the audience being shown
including Goveinor Sadler of Ne
vada, exvSouator John J. Iugalls,
Louise Fuller, a sister of Loio
Fuller, and Mrs. Kobort Fitzuiin
mons. Tho pictures aro shown on a
large curtain 25 feot high and 35
feot wide, thoy aro lifo bizo, twelvo
thousand feat ui film I u&ed unu
over one hundred and fifty thous
and Boparuto and distinct pictures
are presented to view. Tho per
formance throughout i? bright
and entertaining and will interest
lovers of amusement. The Yeris
copo should attraot a paoked
Entrance Jlnd by Horlng Holm In
the I'loor-Plltr Hollar Miilvu.
Some time last night tho coffee
shop of Yee Wo on King street,
opposito the railroad dopot, was
entered by ono or inoro burglars
aud fifty dollars in silvci taken
from an unlocked draper in tho
counter. The thiof evidently
know what ho was about, for ho
uuined entrance to the nhop by
ciawling under tho hnuao and
lyli'K on hli liuek bored through
iliu flooring with a brace mid bit.
'J'lin (!ooftifj mnRintnd' of 'ii"h
plunks and iii ono of thotit four
tnnn holes wore bnrod in two
plneou, Iliu pioco of wood In tho
iniddlo biting limn mnijy miiiovnd,
Thu tlifnf crawled through Iliu
liolu thus nimli), lielpwl lilninolf to
llio coin mid left by th Mine
THc BRIG PERGY EDWARDS
ptTi: tip Tiir rnoMNii mouth
Itdnliinll tin-, tn Snn M'uoil nml lift
tlnt-Allnllirr snlirnie nrc'uptiilii
William Shiovle, ono of the
members of the United Brother
hood of the South Seas, hn8 re
turned from Auoklaud, a late San
Francisco Chronicle says. He
denies that tho Percy Edward
was dismantled uhiloon
to Auckland. He says
countered a heavy calo
her maintopmast and some of her
yurds. Oiving to head winds she
put into Noumea, New (Jaledonia,
aud when he left sho was adver
tised to bo cold on July 17.
Sho was thou in charge of the
American Consul at that port.
He was to conduct the bhIo and
ruijust ino aivmion ot tlio money
ainong thu stockholders. The
captain and the crew demanded
wages and placed a lieu on the
boat for their money.
Thoy olaimod S800 was due
them. It is believed their claim
will hold good.
All were dissatisfied and aB
anxious to return to America as
thoy wore to leave it. The French
Governor of Now Caledonia mado
a good offer to the men. He stud
ho would give them 2G0 aores of
laud aud farming implements,
aeods, otc, to enable them to Btart
farming. Eichteen men accepted
the offer. Tho rest aro so dis
gusted that they want to got out of
that part of the world and are
using evory means to get their
passage back to the United States.
At Suva, in the Fijiu, ono of the
stockholders, said to bo named
Larsen, was capsized and drown
ed while crosaing a river in a
small boat. ' Attorney Attwood,
who was the legal representative
of the Brotherhood in this city,
says ho docs not boliove Larsen
had any relatives in this country.
There was another death by
drowniug among the brotherhood,
but the facts were not learned.
At lasi accounts Roiuhardt was
in disfavor with tha Government at
Levuka in the Fijis. Ho is being
forced to work his way out of tho
country To get him out of the
town tho authorities gave him a
contract to build a Government
bridge and when last Been he was
pulling a crosscut saw with a
dusky-skinned ex-cannibal at the
other end. Reiuhurdt's offmise
to tho Government was making
several socialistic spcochee.
Sbievle reports that the Fiji
islands are everything that they
are pictured to bo, bnt that the
f-aiue feeling exists there as does
in many otlnr p' i'oi Tho p30
pie do not look with favor on
foreigners without capital. Un
less the men left on the Fijia he
cure positions and do some kind
of work the Government will
transport them to some other
place. The failure of tho expedi
tion is Haid by Shiofle to be duo
to tho disagreement between the
well-meaning colonists and tho
captain and his followers.
The irrepressible Captain Alex
ander MoLeau is again in com
mand of a vessol and is going to
tho South Seas ostoiiRibly on a
trading cruiso. The nowly form
ed South Sea Commercial Cora
pauy has purchased the fleet aud
Htaiioh Roalnr Sophia Sutherland
fioni William Sutherland and
will eeud her lo different points
in the Fiji, Caroline, Marshall
and Gilbert groitpn.
Tokay Orpn, MiiHtiat GrapoB,
ruinous, Ormio-tw, Cnull-
ilowor, Uolnry, I'VcbIi Hiilmnn,
J'.iiAloru and California Fro.on
OyriteiH, CrabH, FroHh Ntil of all
Mildri, i'olutoos, Onlonu, uto,, etc,
Oami'oiivja Kiiimt Co,
' Geo, AndrewM, Prop,
King Htrnut, cor. Union Alloy,
TIIK NAVY niXNTItl.l.M,
nn ofth Phllndnlitiln unit .Morion
Make a Uoo lilt.
A crowdod audience, largely
mado up of tho elito, attended tho
minstrel performance of men
from the U. S. ships Philadelphia
aud Marion at tho Opora Houso
on Saturday Qvoning. Aloha for
Undo Sam's boys in bluo had
much to do with buoIi grand
patronage, as well us tho object
of swelling the funds of the
Strangers' Friend Society. U. S.
Minister Sowall and Ministers
Coopor aud Damon, with their
wives, occupied Mr. Irwin's box,
while the opposite ouo contained
Admirals Beardsloo and Millor
and Minister Hatch, with thoir
wives, and the Admiral command
ing's staff. The upper boxes wero
taken by Lieut. Klommo, wife and
party, and tho Star baseball team,
respectively. Captains Cotton
and Book and Lieuts. Naumau
and Moses, severally, had paities
in the body of tho houso.
In the first part tho miuistrelsy
was excellout, and muuy of the
gaus new. uoro aro some
"Why is tho Pacific squadron
liko n grist mill?" "Because it
takes a Miller to run it."
"How is tho Hawaiian Tram
ways Co. like a surgical opera
tion?" "Beoause Pain is con
nected with it."
"How !b Waikiki liko thn Ame
rican Legation?" "Bocauso it has
a Seawall around it."
C. Hicks was a good interlo
cutor, dignified in bearing and
clear in utterance. E. Richards
and A. R. Keene woro tho "tam
bos," anil H. A. Stuuley and G.
A. EllingBon tho "bones." Songs,
evory ono encored, were:"Lenora,"
by J. J. Vanderveer; "Lock on do
chicken coop door," H. A. Stanloy;
"Dear Louise," O. Hicks.
Mr. Ellingeon'a stump speech
on "Woman's Rights" kept the
house in a gargle. E. Richards
and G. Hinchliffe gavo a funny
quarter of an hour in a breakneck
song and danco, "Back to Arkan
saw," and W. Burns footed a
Lancashire clog in good style.
Messrs. Stanloy and Hicks were
a highly comical team in tho
sketch, "The Two Senators." E.
RichardB sang, "My Southern
Country," with aorobatio flou
rishes. A musical sketch, "Cupid's
Hits and Misses," by Messrs.
aiarsnall ana Vanderveer, tickled
tho audience more than anything
else. Tho muke-up of the former
as a hoydenish girl, iu city
manners portly apt, was immense.
Solos and duetB given by the
couplo took very well.
The performance concluded
with the fttrce, "No More Whis
ky, No Moio Fits," woll dono by
tho following cast:
Judgo Shankelhausenheimer. . .
G. A. Ellingson
Soakura, Prosecuting Attorney. .
J. J Yandtirvcor
Doolittle, Clerk of Court
A. R. Keene
Gfficor RaiTcgy, "One of tho
Lawyer Bum G. B. Goebel
Tom Mutton, arrested for Sheep-
Bloating A. F. Babin
Jack Maryttll, with a plurality
of wives M. II. Sanders
Rosie O'Grady, ) Bowery )
Chimmie Faddeii, ) Spoilers
The "Yaller Kid"... J. F. Murphy
Oyster-can Bill. .G. H. Hinchliffe
Botweon the four parts into
which tho performance was divid
ed the Philadelphia's band played
overtures in good Btyle. The
conductors of tho entertainment,
who ure to bo congratulated for
its success, wero: E, Richards,
goneral nuuiagor; J. J. Vander
veer, business managor; G, Iliaks,
Btago manager; E, O. Kaufman,
inimical director, aud M. II.
Thn MorHn roller joint chain
oobIh fifty pnrcont morn than tho
HVtuago uliiiin, but Ktivoru lout
havo ihiinountritlod its Htiporiorily,
Tim Sterling bicycle is tlio only
when) in (otvn that uattj lliin
PlUOK 5 ClCNTB,
PLAIN TALK OF SHERMAN
flATTLI.IIIIP OIIKCiON UNIlEltl
WAiri.MI tlHIIKItSIOIt HO.VOLItL,t;.
II the AiiiK'ntliiii Trciil, I- II x I tiled
III I Imp Arlillrntl.ui WVOi
Jitpun U'lll fall.
WoBhingtnn, 1). C, Aag. C. -Secretary
Sheriimu arrived to
night from Amagausett, L. !.,
where the son air and rest matt;-,
nnlly benefited Ih'h health. Ho
said there were no now phases in
tho Hawaiian mattor. Regarding
Japan's consent to arbitrate tho
Hawaiian immigration controver
sy under unnamed conditions, ho
said this country wouldn't guaran
tee carrying out tho award, should
tho decision bo ndvorso to Ha
"If tho treaty of annexation is
ratified befoio arbitration is con
cluded," said tho Secretary, "then
Sherman doubts that tho Ame- "
rican flag has been raised over f,
Hawaiian Territory. V
If this action was takon, heL
Bays, it was done because thcJapa- I
iieso Dad committed an overt act.,
Tho instructions to Sowall and
Beardsleo only contemplated
their, adoption of such a course
in tho event of an attempt of
Japan to soizo tho islands.
The Secretary indicated he had
no idea of trouble betweon the
United States and Japan, but de
clared it was the intention or" he,
administration to pursuo its policy
of annexation no mutter what
Japan or any other nation thought
New York, N. Y., Ang. 7. Tho
Tribuno's Washington special
says Sherman will reply to
Japan's latest noto regarding Ha
waii, but in a briof conciliatory
A late San Francisco exchange
Bays tho battleship Oregon is still
liugoff tho Union Iron Works
ready to proceed to sea at a
moment's notice. She is nnder
waiting orders, but it is thought
that whon tho next China steamer
which connects at Honolulu ar
rives hero definite instructions
will bo received from Admiral
Beardsleo. Tho admiral will
eond his report to Washington
and it will not bo long aftor its
arrival before tho captain of tho
battleship knows Iub destination.
At the present time the Oregon is
short of seamou, ordinary sea
men and first aud second class
mechanics. Every effort iB be
ing made to fill the vacancies and
should it bo necessary men will
bo transferred from tho other
warships on the coast.
Tho fire department was called
out caily yesterday morniug Tor a
small blaze in tho alley way at the
rear of Wright's shop and tho
Criterion saloon. It was quickly
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