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HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBElt 1(J, 1898.
Pmois 5 Oknts.
GEN, MILLER'S COMMAND
IOWA LOSES AT BASEBALL
GREAT COMEDY SUCCESS
KILLED BY THE SHARKS
CAPT. DOW DIES AT SEA ROSSI VS FINGER IS IN IT
Kansas Contingent Arrives on Trans
Wives or Olllcers in the Passenger List
OfOccrs on Board Good Trip from
Tho TJ. S. Transport Newport
ni rived off tho linrbor Inst ovoning
and anchored outsido. Vv bou tho
PonuBylvnuia went out tho New
port canio into the harbor and
docked at tho Australia wharf.
Tho troops on the ship Are the
First Battalion Twenty Kansas
Iufantry and Light Battery A,
Wyoming making a total of 472
meu, all of whom aro enjoying
good health. Tho Light Battery
has four 3-2 10 inch broech load
ing rifles, of the latest model, and
is thoroughly equipped with tho
exception of horses, which will bo
eont to Manila on tho Tncoma.
Brig. Gen. Marcus P. Miller,
cotnniandiup and staff.
Chas. G. Woodward, Brat lieut
enant Third Artillery, aide, acting
M. K. Barroll, first lieutonnnt,
Third Artillery, aide, acting judgo
Jno. B. JVffery, captain and A.
Q. M. TJ. S. Volunteers, acting
quartermaster and commissary on
S. 8. Newport.
Daniel Van Voorhis, captain
and A. 0. S., chief commissary.
Lieut. Col. E. 0. Little, com
manding First Battalion Twen
tieth Kansas Infantry, TJ. 8. Vol
nntoers, in command of troops on
board 8. 8. Newport.
Lieut. H. A. Clarke, Light Bat
tory A, Wyoming U. 8. Volunteers,
Twontioth Kansas Infantry, TJ
S V Oopt and Asst Surgeon
Ohas S Huffman, Capt CIirb I
Martin, Co F; Capt Geo N Wat
eon, Co L;First Liout F J F.anks,
Co Aj First Liout E A Fry, Co L;
First Liout Wm A Green, Co F;
First Liout A 0 Alfoid, Co B.
Capt and Asst Burgeon W I
Haunt, Heavy Artillery, Calif,
Acting Asst Sorgoon Horbort
Gunu, 0 S Army.
Tho ladies on board tho trans
port Newport aro Mrs M P Miller,
Miss It E Millor, Miss Elizabeth
Anderson, and Mrs It H Allen,
daughters of Mnjor-Gonornl An
derson, Mrs Ohas G AVoodwnrd,
Mrs M K Barroll and son Morris
K,.Mra F M Kemp.Mrs E B Fun
eton, wifo of Col Funatou, Twon
tioth Kansas Infantry, U 8 V,
Mrs 0 A Go dalo, MrsS E Potter
Mrs 0 V Devol and two cuildrr n,
Lucille and Mary, Mrs J W li"
Diss, Mrs J F Lucie and Mrs J T
Tile trip down was a most enjoy
able one. Tho shin will pobiiily
gft away by Saturday.
wuiiic or .ii-iui.
Before Judgo Stanley a vordict
for tho dofoudaut, two jurors dis
senting, was given in tho malici
ous prosecution car- of A. J. For
roira vs. Manuel F. nm. Dam
ages of SoOOU were ol i..'i 1. Cor
ren for plaiutiff; Davi l defen
dant. This was tho juy: DT
Bailey, B It Campbell, V 0 At
wntor, M Phillips, T S Donglass,
F J Krugor, F H Foster, Jaa Mo
Iuoruy, A B Wood, W W Harris
and Geo MoNiohol. Notico of
motion for now trial was givon by
A. B. Saylor.'a libol suit against
tho Star Newspaper Association
on trial beforo Judgo Perry.
Creighton and Honshall for plain
tiff ; Kinney, Ballou & McGlana
liad for defendant. After four
jurors had been challenged, tho
following wore found satisfactory:
Jab B Gorman, Jas L MoLoan, J
Weir Robertson, Seoly I Shaw,
Geo Angus, G A Sohuman, P
Muhlondorf, W O Atwator, 0 R
Collina, E E Millor, A 0 Davis
nnd D W MoNieoll.
Henry 0 Vida vs. James Carty,
trospaBBs, is continued till noxt
Gamo Long Drawn Out and Altogether
Play Blns All Right but the Iowa Boys In
Blue Soon Make a Pudding for the
Tho Iowans did not mako as
good a fist at basoball as at foot
ball. Gamo was called between
Iowa and Wola ka Hao nines at
3:45 yesterday afternoon. Thoro
was a light grandstand, paid ad
missions being about 250. Theso
woro the teams:
IOWA. WELA KA HAO.
ltlrnhcr. captain p Lemon
.O'Cullngliau c H. Wilder
Hulatlny lb...I)aviH, captain
Cersey !2b Mnliuka
Tlnley .3 b aorman
Jones h h Moore
George rf W. Lucas
Gregg I f Kiley
Kline cf Uower
Stiles was third baso for tho Io
wa, and Elston right field for the
town team, in tho first and second
Wola ka Hao wont to bat and
was quickly rotired Mahuka on
strikes, Kiley nt first and Mooro
on strikes. Stiles, for tho Iowa,
was retired at first. Haladay, hail
ed by his friends as "tho boy to
bat," bit a grounder to short and
ran liko a deor, but tho ball was
eont in to first too quickly for
bim. Beyond tho bag ho rolled
head over heels liko a 'possum.
O'Callaghan struck out. It looked
like a fine gamo, Jbut the looks
didn't last longat k J.B.,r
Wilder wont out at first. Gor
man mado two bases when ho
shouldn't havo any, by an over
throw from bohind tho plato. Davis
wont out at first, Gorman ga
ting to third. Bower ran on
three strikes and, Zethil tho um
pire failing to call tho last one,
tho striker got to first whilu Gor
man camo homo. Tho Iowans
demanded an efficient umpire, nud
Lioutonant Fairchild and John
Wise, representing thp visitors
and tho townies respectively, wero
solected. Tho Iowan only served
n couple of innings, Wise proving
thoroughly satisfactory to both
sides With two out Elston came
to third and Bowor homo. Ma -hulm
hit a singlo iui I stolo sec
oud. Kiley innd two bngs,
bringing Mahuka home, on n far
ilier that Kline made a gallaut
raco after, and was left on third
whon Mooro wax cuiht out at
coutor. Score, 1 Bridror and
Jones wont out nt first, aud Georgo
In the third inning tho town
boys whacked the ball hore they
listed, but m most ch-h-h ought to
have been fielded out. Tho
Iowans were uot spry in their
movements, however, and lost all
chances uutil four runs had been
scored. Wilder, Gorman aud
Davis mado a regular prouosbion
round tho bases on muffs and dila
tory throwing. Bower at second
on orror was brought homo by a
legitimate threo base hit of Lucas.
Lomon got two bases for a hit
good only for one, and Mahuka
got first ou error. Lucas and
Continued ou I'ngo 1.
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome ami Uellclaaa.
aovtt ayiwo wnwi co., rw vet.
"The Magistrate" Draws Largest House
o tbe Season.
Stockwell, a Favorite and Morosco In 1IH
Element Nance O'Nell Was Good
Aflor last night, Honolulu will
be harder than ever to please with
comedy. "Tho Macistrate," as
played by tho McKoo itaukin
company was a vooiferous triumph.
Downstairs and upstairs wero
packod with poople, who wore
kept in a tumult of mind through
out the four nets. President and
Mrs. Dolo and Mr. nnd Mrs. Hatch
occupied tho proprietor's box, and
tho Mott-bmiths and Patys tho
ono above. Mrs. . u. Wilder
bad n party in the opposite box,
and that abovo was filled with an
Jj. 11. otockwoll, in tlio titlo rolo
of "Mr. Poskot tho Magistrate,"
easily carriod off tho honorB of tho
evening, no was comioaiuy iiboii
in attitudos, movoments, facial ex
pression and utterance. "UisUar-
rincton" cave Loslio Morosco tho
opportunity of making a really
fino hit. Ho was up to the fino
points of tho character in every
parttoular, showing by contrary
how badly the play would bo mar
red by bavin c a "stick" in that
Horbort Carr was grand as
"Col. Lukyn," taking off tho offer
voecent pomp of a particular typo
or army otiioor consummately
well. Ueoreo Trimble was a
crood second in the persona
tion of "Captain Horace Vale, '
the "Bali Jovo" stylo of. Soulier.
JManco U JNeil as "Agatha i'os-
kot" showed hor versatility in a
rolo rather outsido hor dramatic
element. Hor elocution was as
much a troat as in tho serious dra
ma whero eho shines. She provod
in tbe last act, howovor, that whon
the comic is rocinired of her sho is
equal to tho occasion. MissGertrude
l o9toruave a lively characterization
of "Chnrlotto Vorrinder," scoring
many of the rippling tokons of
oujoyinont all ovor the house.
Mulveo ftnukin maiio a 1" roncli
Liouifnco that was not a hnrlo-iiuo
in tho alightest degroo. His per- ,
souating of "Achillo Blond," land-
lord of Ilota da l'oiuce, was acting
true to tho lifo. It gavo exquisite
onjoymeut uot in farcical otfect,
but as a most artistio portrayal of
nn interesting typo recognizable at
a glance by auyouo who has seen n
littlo of the world. "lsadoro,"waiter
of tho same hotel, was cleverly
actod by F. McQuarry.
The other ladies anu gentlomen
in the cast gave oxcellont support.
Nothing but enthusiastic compli
ment of tlio performance was
heard in t)i lobby between acts.
Cortainly it would bo diffioult to
get rnoro mirth-provoking situa
tions upon tho stugo than tboso of
tho sconoH in the hotel nud the
"LphIi" will be givon Thuixdaj
ovouing. Tho titlo rolo ot "bean
the .lowess is one rf a.uco
O'Noil's masterprieces f dranutu:
Experts Cross and Coolidge
handed to Minister Smith this
morning tho roport on thoir in
vestigation of tho Govommout
olectrio light system. Tho roport
is a voluminous one nnd goes into
tho toohmcal details of tho condi
tion of tho plant and tho wiring of
tho city. It is assorted that tho
plant is in fairly good condition
considering what thoro is to work
with. Taken as a whole the re
commendations for improvements
aro so numerous that tbe whole
plant will practically have to be
made over again. '
'The 51st Iowa football team was
pbotographod by Davoy yesterday
uiuruiug. a. piuiuru is to ue iur-
warded to tho homo address of
each of tho players.
Supposed to Havo Been Fate of the
Fell Overboard When the Ship Was J off
Hakapuu Point Boat Quickly Manned
to Rescue Ulm.
A most distressing nccidont
bnpponod to tho American ship
0. F. Sargent yestorday whon
tbrco miles south of Makapuu
point. Tho first raato, Win. Nor
lug, fell overboard and was eaton
Captain Haskell whon soon this
morning gavo tho following ac
count of the accident:
About 2:30 p. m. yesterday wo
woro throe miles south of Mka
pun point. Thoro was n fresh
wind and a rough soa and the
ship going ten knots under full
sail. Tho mato was forward put
ting tho port anchor in tho shoo.
Ho stumbled aud fell overboard.
Lines wero thrown to him almost
immediately and as he passed tho
stern of tho vossol tho mato who
was thoro threw him a lifo bony.
Tho unfortunate man was about
thirty fcot from the ship at tho
In tho meantime ovory thing wbb
"let go by the run" and tho ship
was brought to tho wind. Twolvo
minutes aftor tbo mato struok tho
water a boat was manned
and making for him in tho direc
tion ho was last soon. Shortly
aftor tho life bouy wbb thrown tho
mato who was swimming toward
Fifteen minutes after tho boat
lett the Bhip tho lite bouy was
picked up. Tho crow pulled
around in search of tho bouy for
ono hour. Tho only thing that
was seen by tho men wero soveral
Tho dead mato was a nativo of
Donmark and has boon on tho
Pacific Coast about twenty years.
Ho joined tbo SargonVin Tacoma
about six weeks agp. Bofore
signing for this trip no had boon
ou the Alaska steamers as pilot.
At ono timo ho was mato of the
Coloma well known lioro.
REMEMBER THE HOSPITAL,
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Wright, ns
sistcd by a fow ladies, will givo a
Thanksgiving dinner to tho iuva
lid soldiera at tho United States
Military Hospital at Indopendonco
Park. Major Davis, U. S. A., sur
goon iu ohnrgo, has kindly con
sented to this and it id intended to
givo tho sick tho delicacies which
thoy most need, such as wine and
guava jollies, chicken broth, cbi
ckon friensseo and othor nourish
Donations for such purposes nro
solicited and may bo sent to the
rosidonco of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. N.
Wright, Little Britain, near tho
Military Hospital or loft at tho
htire of Lewis .fc Company, Fort
iiti-ot, beforo 10 o'ctock on tho
morning of November 2!kl and
November 21'h, whoro thoy will
bo ptniuptly delivered.
Bultorick's patterns and fashion
publications at Mrs. Hauna'e.
"BAILEY'S BIKE BITS,
ITKMS OV INTHUK3T TO IHCYCLK
Rubtvr Is very scarce ani ilelilly ajvinclne In
price. Illcycles tires anJ lubes, also Carriage tires
are likely to advance In price, so cents a I'AlR ad
vance alreaJy on some tires. NO ADVANCE
The jo Inch wheel will not take the place ol the i8
as advertised by some manufacturer In 99, canvass
ol various makers has resulted In an estimated of
from j to 10 per cent. "The Cycle Age" says It Is
a passing fad, Ilk the u Inch front wheel of a few
years ago, and the very low head of this year. Pro
portionate strength has to be followed ou) to Insure
reliability which gains and keeps the popular favor,
DI....I.. u.HI k ..AXiia,. an.4 a..... . In 'nn
studed even by those makers who have held back
from using transfers striping, etc., the demand Is
for decoration and Ulkes will be ornamented to suit
the taste of the purchasers.
BAILEYS HONOLULU CYCLERY, ij King
street has goo4 second hand wheels at Ju, with new
tires $ jo to $j j. NEW Ulcycles J)o'o model. The
Reliable Stormer Wheels '08 model at $40 guaranteed
1 year, M and W tires,
Hepalra of all kinds, , .
Si per month keeps yoar Dike cleaned, oiled and
ninrlur tpniirrA m nnnular feature at
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231 King Street.
Barkentine Planter Returns with Her
Remains will be Embalmed and Foiwarded
to California One of Best Known
Captains at This Port.
Tho barkentine Planter nrrived
this morning from Lysan Island.
Sho brought the body of Capt. F.
A. Dow, who left hero in com
maud of hor. Captain Dow died
ot soa on tho eocond of Noyombor.
Boforo leaving for the island tho
captain bad beon ailing for qoito
a while. luBtcau of getting better
ho grow weaker and wenkor. The
cauBO of death wbb malarial fevor
and dysentery. Instead of boing
buried nt sea the body was pickled
and will be ombalined here and
sont homo to Oakland, California.
Beforo death tho captain gavo bis
last instructions to tho mato. Ho
arranged all his family nnd busi
ness affairs, gavo directions for
tho business of tho ship on arrival
hero and also that his body should
not bo buried nt sea.
Captain Dow was in command
of the Planter 12 years and wbb
ono of tho best known and popu
lar skippers coming to this port.
Ho was about forty-two years old
and leaves a wifo in Oakland who
has mado sovoral trips horo with
her husband and whoso many
frionds will bo very much shocked
to hoar of his untimely doath.
Captain Dow was to all intents
a murdered man. While on a voy
aao between San Francisco aud
Honolulu ho had some troublo
with his Chinese cook, whom in a
momont of angor he strnak. Next
morning tbo cook sorvod him with
powdored glass in his coffee This
brought on hemorrhages, and
Captain Dow has novor boon a
well man since. Ho Iibb boon sub
ject, off and on, to violont intornal
m a- m
oxi: kti:i aiiovi: him.
I trim I vn I'oallioni of Clilnrn" i:m(irraa
l)iuii;r unit Knirrir.
Pokiuc. Nov. G. Ynno Fuuio.
iflio Japanese Minister to China,
had an aucuenco with tuc imii
press Dowager nud tho Emperor
today for tho purpose of announ
cing the decorncions conform! up
on tliom lv tho .Mikado.
Tho Empress Downper was
seated ono etep abovo tho Em
peror. She mado tho usual com
plimentary speech, after which
tho Emperor read a speech couch
ed in similar tortus. His Majesty
Beomcd in good health.
Cupid's Iloat Win.
Eight minnturo yachts- started
in n rnco this morning. Tho start
wbb made from the Hoalaui boat
bouse and tho courso wbb to Spar
buoy to and around tho Boll buoy
and back to the stnrt. Tho Wild
Swnu owned by E. H. Mahuka
finished firat, second Wolnkn Hao
Jas Mahuka owuor, third Ludv L
Prince Cupid owner, fourth Wild
Bird, Alex. Smith owner, and fifth
Lady L 2d Knleikau owner. On
account of tho time limit givon by
tho Wild Swnn sho cot second
prize of $10; the Wild Bird gets
It 1 prize of $3, and Lady L2d gt-ts
fourth pnzo 31. 1'rinco (Juput b
boat tbo Lh ly L get- first prize, a
cup nnd Mu. A lunu is uoing
hold at 1'rinco Uupurs tins attor
Tho 0 F SnrgOBit, Haskoll mas
tor nrrivod this morning nt 7:30
with 2501 tons of coal for tho I I
S N Co. Sho was 20 days from
Tacoma and 19 days from Cape
Flattery. Captain Haskoll is ac
companied by his wife.
Gonoral Millor and staff called
on President Dolo this morning.
Attorney Gonoral Smith was
Tho bark. Carriznl brought 886
tons of Newcastlo coal for Oast) a
The schooner Emma and Loui
sa loft in ballast for Soattlo.
Ministor Damon !b at Waialaa
Slid to b3 Backing Spain on rhlllpp.ee
Note Sent to Powers Except Great Britain
Italy Inclined (o IlolJ Out of '
Now York, Nov, 7. A Homo
cable to un evening paper says:
Russia has tnkon the lend in a
new effort to belt) Snnin in her
struggle to retain tho Philippines,
or in any evont to riroveut tho es
tablishment or American rulo
over the group. Tho Czar's Gov
ernment has revealed its schema
through representatives to all the
groat powors of Europe, with the
possiblo exception of England.
Italy is ono of tho powors which
Russia desired to enlist on her
eido. Tho Italian Government
wns requested to join in present
ing a noto lo the Uuitod States re
garding tho control of tho Philip
pines. No information has been given
as to tho exact tenor of tho pro
posed note, but it is gonorallyun
deratood that it would boa request
for lonienoy toward Spain with
perhaps an implied threat of in
That Italy is not disposed to
accept this proposition1 is shown
by an inspired noto in an official
journal today. It doclaros that
Spnin has littlo hope of gaining
any advnntngo in retaining tho
Philippines, and that tho best sho
will be ablo to do is to compro
mise tho matter with tho United
UnirJanil In PluhllnK Toga.
London, Nov. C. Tho military
authorities at Devonport, tho Bite
of tho largest naval areennl ia
Groat Britain, roceived ordora to
day for tho imtnedinto mobiliza
tion of nil tho troops in tho wes
tern district. Tho defoneo com
mittee will mpet tomorrow. Tho
Daily Chrouicln this morning
profofssoB to have "important
military news which it would not
bo advisablo to publish without
tho Biiuctinn of tho War Ollico."
ConuTi'ia of .MoiIhTk.
Wiishingt n, Nov. 0. Tho third
national eongrts of mothers will
beheld iu Washington iu Febru
ary, 18'JU, bi'ginuing Ttiuadny,
February M, and contiuiiini' four
I days. Allclulnor organizntious
intending to alliliato with tho na
tional body Bhould do so imme
diately, in order to secure voting
representation at the coming con
gress. i i asvam a i
William "HI VIMt Cailli.
Madrid, November 7. The Ger
mnu Consul at Cndiz has received
a telegram that Kaiser Wilhelm
will visit that placu on his rotura
journey on tho 20th of this mouth.
(IrlVk C'ublllt! ICraltflia.
Athens, Novembor 7. Tho Cab
inet lifis resigned, its moiubors
considering that the exceptional
circumshioces under which they
assumed ollico no longor uxint.
The 1, X. Jj., corner Ntinanu
and King stri'i-H, lias Hawaiian
Flaps at 5a., 10c, 25c, fiOc and
Highest Honors Worm's Fair
dold Medal, AUdwInter Fair.
POWDER A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
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