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Having oAces In San Francisco and
Honolulu we are prepared to attend
promptly to all' matters entrusted to
us in either of said places.
GEORGE D. GEAR,
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William A . Henshalh
. Attorney at Juecvr
113 Kaabunnnn Street.
LYLE A. DICKEY,
It Eaahumanu Street.
iTeeepmoao No. 082. 498-6m
SAMUEL J, MACD01IALD,
Counsellor at Law.
204 Merchant JJtreot (one door fioni
Fort HtrftOt), Honolulu.
SILBEUT V. UTILE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
THE PERCENTAGE IS EVEN
HANKHAI.t, TRtMM ARK AM,
WHKRE TBKV STARTr.D FrlO.TI.
Reglmenta Were Badly Irttel on
Mstnrday The Uamea Tfca lo be
" llayel ThU flrnenn.
Tho Stars won Saturday's ball
game by a score of 13 to 6 againBt
tho Regiments, and their victory
has the effect of making the, per
centage of the clubs exactly even,
as will be seen by tho following
PERCENTAGE AND STANDING.
Played Won Lost Pcrcaat
St. Louis.... 10 5 5 .500
Regiments... 12 6 C .500
Stars 12 6 G .600
The St. .Louis and Stars have
also a drawn game which does not
figuro in the above table, but it
leaves only three more games to
be played to finish, up tho season.
Of these two are between the St.
Louis and Regiments and the
other between the St. Louis and
Stars. Next Saturday the Regi
ments And ot. liouis are scheduled
to erosB bats. An effort is being
made to have the game of Septem
ber 11 postponed on acoount of
tho regatta at Pearl City.
Hennessy, pitohor of the Regi
ments, was in poor form from ill
ness, and was consequently batted
atl over thd field by the Stars, who
put up a splendid game, the de
tnilR of which are given by in
nings: In the first Lishman was put
out at first on a grounder to third.
Hart and Wilder went out on flies
Moore went to first on a hit
over short's head and was put out
itrying to steal second. Bower's
fly wbb muffed by MoNichol and
he was put out trying to steal sec
ond. Davis made a single and
Gorman was put out at first.
In the Beoond Mahuka flew out
io Rower. Fabau failed to make
first on a quiok pick-up by
Moore. Pryco got in a two-base
hit just inside the left foul lin'e.
Woods got his base on a bit to
third. Koki'a hit to conter filled
the bases. MoNichol's hit to Beo
ond retired his side.
Liiahiwa was put out at first on
a drive to second. Hennessy
struck out. O'Connor was put
out at first.
In the third Lishman made his
base on an overthrow by Bower
and went to third on Hart's base
hit to right field. Hart went to
second. Lishman and Kart scored
on Soanlan's error off Wilder's
base hit: Mahuka's two-bagger
sent Wilder to third and he scored
on Pahau's put out ' at first.
Pryoe's base hit brought Manuka
home. Pryco was put oat at sec
ond and Woods at first on a
double play, i
Kiley flew out to Eoki and Kaa
noi. to Hart. Moore saved first by
hard running and otolo eep'ond.
Moore wont to third and Bower
to Beoond on a passed ball. Davis
was put out at first.
In the fourth Eoki got in a base
hit. MoNichol took liis base on
balls. Lishmnn's bnso hit filled
tho bags. Koki was put out at
tho plate on Hart's single. Wil
der's two baBo hit brought in Mo
Nichol and Lishman, whilo Hart
was put out at tho plate. Mahuka
was put out at first. '
For tho soldiors Gorman took a
base on balls. LiBhman's muff
gave Luahiwa his base, Hennessy
struck out und Gorman wns put
out trying to steal third. Scanlau
was put out at first.
In tho fifth Pahau started out
with a two-baso hit. Pryce's sac
rifice hit sent him to third an he
scorod on another saorifioe by
Woods. Koki (lew out to Monro.
Kiloy took lua Imso nu halls mid
wont (o Hoooiul on n wild plloh,
Knauoi met liiii futo at first. Kllcy
got to third on a nnsnwl hall,
.Monro ilmv out to Pryco and
Umvor fallod to inako fir I,
In tho tttetli Mo.N'inliol got his
base on bulla, Llnhraun mado
first and MoNichol was put out at I
socond. Jjlsuman was found at
first off his base. Halt made two
bases off Kiley's error and Wilder
flew out at second.
Davis made his base but was
put out at second on Gorman's
single. Luahiwa struck out and
vtorman sioio Beconu. nennessy i
flmv nnf in Wnrtrla !
In the eevonth Mahuka failed
toget first on a hit to pitcher.
Pahau took first on four balls and
cot second on a naased ball. Pa
li au wuu put out at ttio uorau
plate on Pryco's single. Woods
flew out to Kaanoi.
Scanlan got first on Pahau's
muff.. Kiley took a base on four
balls. Kaanoi filled the bases.
Moore's drive to third, muffed by
Pryce, brought Scanlan home.
Kiley was put out at the plato on
Bower's single. Bower was call
ed out at first and Davis flew out
In the eighth Koki got the first
three-bagger of the day. Mo
Nichol flew out to Moore, Koki
scored on a passed ball. Lish
man took first on balls and stole
second and Hart's base hit sent
him to third. Wilder's daisy
cutter to left Hold brought Lish
uiau home. Mahuka mado his
base en Heunessy'ri error. Hart
eoored on a bad throw from
pitchor to second. Pahau's hit
filled the bases again. Wilder was
put out at the plate on Pryoe's
single. Pahau was caught napping
Gorman took fiist on balls and
Luahiwa did the same and both
got a base on a passed ball. Hen
nessy got first on four balls. Scan
lan flew out to Mahuka. Kiley's
three-base hit brought in. three
runs. Kaanoi jvas put out at first.
Moore was put out ut third tiyiug
to make' three bases off a two-base
hit but Kiley scored.
In the ninth Woods flow out at
third. Koki'a hit took him to
Bocond and he floored onMcNiohol's
two-bagger. Lishman made his
base by Soanlan's orror and stole
second. Hart's hit to centorfield
took him to seoond' but Lishman
wbb put out at tho home plate.
Hart went to third on a balk and
came iu on Wilder's hit. Mahuka
flew out to Kaanoi.
Bower sot his baso on balls and
Btolo second and third. Davis got
ins base on balls and Btolo second
Gorman was put out at first but
Uower scored. Jjuauiwa tlew out
to short. Hennessy was put out
Low TldeWIiru tho .'Moon Ttlaraor M.
There is ono point iu the Chesapeake
Day wnere tno tido lias a definite period
to change, nud that in the month of
Hoopers strait, half way between the
Capea. at its snoutb, and Turkey point.
at its head. It is ahvayg low tido at
Hoopers strnit when tho rooon rices or
eta. At tho same time it is high tido
at tsanay point, up the buy, and at New
point, month of York river, at the same
moment, and at every point below the
xork river and oat at the Capes it is
ebb 'tide at tho samo time, and at every
point from New Point Comfort to
Hoopera strait it it, flood tide u( that
time, and at every point between Sandy
point and Hoopers strait it is ebb tido
at that tinio, or when the moon rises or
sets, and at all points abovo Sandy point
it is fiooil tide, uvou to the head nt tido
water In every tributary of the bay
above' Sandy point Baltimore Ameri-
An Knvlmia Ohnervrr.
Ho is a real estate man, and ills mind
is always on his bnt'inens. Ho happened
to bo puiJhifr tho White llouso uud wtop
pud to gazu at it.
"I wish," ho said pensively, "that I
could linudlo a piece of property likn
that Kvery timu a teuaut leaves there
is somebody ready und waiting to move
in. " Wiuliiugtoii Star.
The Leugth of Tackl.
It U difficult to tell tho exact length
of a tuok by caKiiuLe.xuiiiiiintiou. Tucks
alofroinaquuiterto uiiulf ineh, though
when Hoeideutully stepped ou this length
seems to bo multiplied by 100. A iwuud
of tho smullcdt him contains 10,000
"How do yon ilund on the fltmnrtal
"I think 1 liU Ktuiiil put. At Iniht
whnn I went lo tin) liunlf I win told I
rouJd not ilnnv,"IuiliituuolU Jour
uul. fourteen humlrndlha of mi inoh
of niin full liiht iillit muioriliiiif to
Fruuk Urown'w mln uiiyo,
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
jank vnmrrrn n "Tawp botv
Wlldt-r Klrnmhlt ttumiiniiy Clrnrod j
of LlHblllly fnr llk-IIUn U'rrck
Mild Olalmnitt Appeal.
t . .
Tho jury tryiug iho claim of j
the Lanpahoehoti Sugar Co. j
agaiust tho Wilder Stoamship Co.,
for the vnlnoyf sugar freight lost
in the wrecked steamer Likelike,
Toturued a verdict at 9:37 Satur
day night for tho defendant.
Three jurors dinBuuted. The jury
bar been out fourteen minutes.
Mr. Hartwell gavo notioe of
motion for a new trial.
Judgo Perry ordered that all
cases not otherwise disposed of be
continued until tho next -regular
or special term. At J:-10 tho
Court adjourned sino dio.
,W. R. Castle has appealed to
the Suprnmo Court from a ruliug
uf the Minister of Finance ou
stump duties. Complainant last
July bought the premises in Nun
aim valley kuowc an Iho Agricul
tural Gardens of . 0. Hobron
for$15,000, payingcasli $5000 and
giving a return mortgage for
810,000 of the pnrchaso price.
Subsequently Mr. Castle sold his
equity of redemption to O. Wy
nam for SS00O; and stamping the
document with $24 offered it for
reoord. The Registrar of Convey
ances refused to rocord it, claim
ing that it required $72 stamps as
being a couveyanoe on tho con
sideration of $8000, the amount
uamed, plus the $10,000 mortgage.
The decision was objected to, but
tno juiniBiLT ot r.innnco Busiameu
it. An apped is therefore made
to the Supreme Court, to decido
whether the whole conveyance is
for $18,000, as claimed by the
Minister, or for $8000 only as rep
resenting the equity of redemp
tion. Rita Constancia .Tewksbury by
her attorney, Lylo A. Dickey, has
filod objections to the snr an
nual account of A. G. Culus, exe
cutor of the estate of A. G. Cuulia,
deceased. 1 She objects to the 7
per cent commission. 2 To tho
nllowauco of dividends given her
self, saying she has not received
the sums which the executor cro
dita himself with having given
her. 3 To the failure to file an
A bill of exceptions has been
filod by Charles Creighton on be
half of William J. Coolho against
conviction for embezzlement of
Distriot Court funds. Errors of
law and incompetence of jurors
are the chief grounds alleged.
Judge Perry heard tho several
matters below this morning.
Will of Joseph Lazarus. On
argnmont contcGtcnto withdraw
motioa to require oxeoutnr to pay
moneys iuto court. O. Brown
and Do Bolt for proponent;
Henshall, with Thurston & Stan
ley and Kinney & Ballon, for
Tho will of Manuel Antonio
Baroto is ndmitted to probate,
with Richard Antono cxeouto;
without bond. Correa for peti
tioner. On tho petition of David Day
ton, guardian of Motcalf minors,
for loavo to soil real estate, Mr.
Neumann for petitioner asked
that appraisers bo appointod. The
Court appointed Jlonry Smith
and J. M. Dowsott as such, con
tinuing tho hearing until their re
port is received.
S, M. Kumnkau vs. Mukaloho
D. Kekoua and Kaulawahine.
Motion of plaintiff for default in
answering granted, with loavo for
defoudants to appear and defend,
Robertson for plaintiff; defoud
ants in person,
Don't lo peraiiudi'd lo ucoopt
what l not really good in on
largnd portraits, just hcimubo you
Imvo givoii itn onliir for odd,
King IJrou, will nlvn yon hoiuq
tliinif IiillnlUly l.ott'T mid olKi'tp'
lie than you can ul nuy wlioro oUo
A. R. HAWKINS DKAO.
nlalreaains Knal or n Hlalair Yonaa;
Attorney at Law.
Alvin R. Hawkins, recently iu
tho law office of J. M. Monaarrat,
died yesterday morning from
blood poisoning and was buried
under Masonic auspices from
the Methodist church at 3:30
p. in. j
Mr. Hawkins was a'rpoentor-!
rival f r. mi Texas when, he had
many relatives of high standing. '
His father wa9 wastor of the :
Mathodifit Church South iu Gatos-
ville, find Governor Alvin of that
state is an uncle. He was a
member of tho Masonic and
Pythian fraternities, both of whom
were represented at the funeral
yesterday, which was conducted
by Rev. A. J. Bell. Tho services
at the gravo were in accordance
with the Masonio ritual. Tho
pall-bearers were: Andrew Brown,
Alex. Lyle, J. L. Dumas, Theo
dore Hoffmann, J.'M. Mousarrat,
Chaplain Edmonson of the U. S.
S. Philadelphia, George Strate
meyer and Henry Smith. A
large delegation of members of
the bar and many prominont
citizens attended the funeral.
THE HAWAII HOTKI..
Will Be Offeree! for Mala Again at
Nobody turned up to buy the
Hawaiian Hotel at the advertised
and onco postponed Bale on Satur
day. There was therefore a
Cabinet consultation this morning
over "the white elephant."
It wbb decided to offer the feo
simpio title of tho tiotol at auction
again on October 1, with tho up
Bet price reduced from $60,000 to
Failing to soil, the Government
will offer tho lease of the hotel for
ton years at ail UDgot routal of
four thousand dollars a year pay
able quarterly in advance.
' The lease will be conditioned
upon the lessee's putting and
keeping the houses in good re
pair, and in sanitary condition
approved by the Board of Health .
Pending tho Bale of feo simple
or lease the presont leaseholders,
Macfarlane & Co., will continue
to run tho establishment. They
wero formerly sub lessees of Dr.
McGrew, whose lease from the
Government has now for some
eaalt of Precinct Meeting In the
Elections were hold in the coun
try preemcts of this island on, Sat
urday night for delegates to the
coming convention of tho Ameri
can Union party, with the excep
tion of Waianae, whore the meet
ing was postponed until tonight.
The following is the result:
First prooinct, Koolaupoko
Wra Henry and R MoKeague.
Seoond precinct, Kahuku and
Lttie W K Rathburn.
Third precinct, Waialua An
Fourth precinct, Waianae
David Conter will probably be
Fifth precinct, Ewa W J Low
rio. Sixth procinct, Poarl City E B
Orimlly to Animal.
Polico Officer Maxwell arrested
a Japanese this morning and
charged him with cruelty to ani
mals, Tho innu was driyiug a
dilapidated upuchucm of a horso
in front of a big load of wood.
When taken to the stutiou houso
tho horuo was fouud lo bo covered
with sores and to bo nothing but
skin,, and lionon, Tho Doputy
Marshol ordered it sent to A. V.
('ooUn'u fi'rlillziuir works and
shot at oiiuii to put it nut of iU
misery, Tho innu will Imvo his
trial huforu Judgo Wiluox tomor
row, Killl, tin Ultima, will li trim!
In the l'ulloo uoiirt tomorrow'
MORE PETITIONS FILED
JI'rtttB KKI'OIUAI WAKtS TO ltlil.
tV. !. Aclil I'llr 11111011 Stird by
Turin?, five Vlrrtr '
Hon. A.N. KeplknS,ex-Ciiouit
Judge o the Second Oiicuit, at-toruoy-at-law
and notary public
uud agent to take acknowledgment
to labor contracts iu the district
of Waihiku, is ono of thoeo who
want to represent tho dear people
of Maui in the, next Legislature
This morning he filed with Min
ister King two petitions from resi-,
dents of Maui asking that hie.
name be placed on the ballots as a.
candidate. Ono of these is from.
Lahaina ami is headed by Captain
Ahlborn. The other is from Wai
luku. Both contain the requisite
25 names and the signatures are
nearly all those of prominont
The Bulletin is the only paper
that has made mention of the fact
that William O. Achi, the real es
tate man, wbb desirous of going to
the Legislature and the Bulletin
knew what it was about when it
did so. A petition is now on' file
with the Minister of the
Interior, having tho requisite
number of signatures from resi
dents and voters of North Kona,
Hawaii, requesting that Mr.
Achi's name be placed on tho bal
lots of that district as a ci ididMo
for the House of Representatives.
Judge Kepoikai was seen by a
Bulletin representative this
morning as to the report of the
doings ot the Maui convention
held in Kahului at which hia
name was presented for nomina
tion but rejected. He fcaid that
be had been in this city for tho1
past two weeks and knew 'nothing
of what was going on at Maui. It
a convention had been held and
hia name brought up it was with
out'hiB authority aud consent. He
really knew nothing of what had
been done and had not read the
proceedings of the Maui conven
tion. The two potitions reached
him by mail yesterday and ho had
filod them both aud. should cer
tainly stand for the election.
l'u re Milk Nhake.
The frequent call for cool drink
at the Palama Grocery has induced
us to set apart a window for tho
sale of cold drinks. Our milk
shakes are delicious, nothing but
pure fresh milk, shaved ice and
the purest of flavoring syrup be
ing used, wbioh we sell at Celos
tial price, 5c. per glass. H.
Cannon, Palama Giiocbby, oppo
site Railway Depot, King
Nicoly furnished rooms at the
Popular Houso, 154 Fort street,
from $1.00 per week up.
Highest HonorsWorld'' r-.tr.
Gold Medal, Midwinter .Fair.
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' A jmie tlrao llruain of Tartar 1'owiUr,
I'rtw Ivjiu AiiiUiouU, Alum or utiy ollmr
adulterant. In all the uriat Jlou'l.. lUv
leoiliuK Club an.J lltu lioiiu-c, )r I'rlo
C'ivaui HalliiH 1'uwilvr hul'U Iu eiituiutuyt
40 Yir (he BUndtrJ.
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