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HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, SEPTElMJKlt 21, 1809.
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HONOLULU STARS IN HILO
Second Game Was Won by an Over
.Toyo Jackson Puzzled Tbetn Banquet, Con
cert and Ball Everybody Pleased
Talk of Return Game.
Hilo, Sept. 19. Heavy rains
and an overcast eky iu tho early
morning of Saturday caused much
disappointment to the lovers of
baseball in Hilo; thore was a
doubt (olt that tho local team
i would have another go at the
famous Stars until just before
Vnoon whn tho strong trade winds
J came iu and cleared away tho
Tho result of the first gamewas
encouraging to the Hilo folks and
with the chango from Baldwin to
Kaumnua, coupled with tho rumor
that Toyo Jaokson had a glass
arm the "wobfoet" thought their
boys had a cinch.
With tho exception of two or
three bad throws Jaokson was fit,
Tho Hilo boys found him for five
i v safes in the game and their hits
' ' were made in the third inning
and while they gained tho batters
a baeo the three runs wore not
properly eiirned. Soven men wore
struck out by him and three men
pot first on basss. Gorman was
in iplondid form and supported
Jackson iu cood stylo.
For the Hilo boys Brown pitch
ed slow hall and the boys found
him enny for six innings when his
arm gave out and Tony Marshal
went iu to tho box. McLean open
ed up with a hit to third. Jaokson
hit to second aud Mooro hit out a
frnnd nun In lpfl fnr turn linann
Thompson hit to third. Bat
...-Moore'd wns the only eafo hit and
,ho failed to score. McLeau and
Jacksou being pat out at first
and Thompson, who followed
Moore was put out through the
I excellent fielding of Knumana.
Brown the first pitcher struok out
1 four men and the same number
got bases on balls. The feature
on the Hilo side was the capital
ueldinc or itowland and ilauma
na. For tho Honolulu team the
fielding and batting was quietly
commended on all sides though
tho local team bad everything its
own way in tne matter of "root
The attendance was muoh larg
i er than at tho first came and every
thing pasted off pleasantly; theio
was not a kick on either side from
start to finish and the utmost good
' feeling prevailed. Judge Wilder
umpired the bases and Irving
I Sohoeu officiated behind the bat.
I ' Following is score by innings:
SCORE DY INNINdS.
- i Btars 10133500 013
i; y milo 0 0300000 03
I On Friday uicht there was an
invitation conceit and ball to 'the
1 otars. There was plenty of ,loeal
talent in addition to that famish
ed by tho ball playors. A cako.
walk by Liuko Lio Blond any
Judgrf Quid well wbb a teatjurb.
Tho iilTuir closod with a cako walk
! iu whioh seven ladies and tho
same number of goutlemen took
part. Tho judgos awarded the
, caku to l)jnk Davis and Miss Oa-
On (Saturday nipht tho Hilo
team tendered a banquot to tho
visitors at tho Hilo Hotel. Cover
wore laid for 20. Thoro wore
I speeches and toasts galore, Mr.
, Brown of the Hilos rioting as'
I toast master, Al Mooro in an
swering the toast "our nests'
respouded in a very happy vein.
It is believed the Hilo team will
play in Honolulu within the next
.six mouths. H"
r f Chango of program at tho Or-
l Aphonia tonight. Don't fail to seo
Winton, tho promior ventrilo.
WILL FLY HAWAIIAN FLAG
Ship Antiope To Be Sold on that
Hawaiian Fertilizer Company Limited, or Ha
waiian Hul Represented by Mr.
Rowell, tbe Prospective Buyers.
The British iron ship Antiope
now in this harbor is for sale,
and by tomorrow it is very prob
ablo that all negotiations will bo
completed and tho Antiope will bo
the property of either the Hawai
ian Fertilizer Company, Ltd., or
of an Hawaiian bui, represented
by Mr. Rowell, a part owner of
the late City of Columbia.
8ino tho fifth of July last the
matter has been considered by tho
above two companies and tho
owuer of tbe Antiopo, Captain
George Murray. -
Captain Murray owns all tbe
shares (sixty-four) in the ship and
has been willing to sell 3d shares,
holding 31 for himself.
Tbe prospective buyers, bow-
ever, are not in favor of purchas
ing anything but the wholo num
bor of shares, and although Cap
tain Murray has modified his
terms so that ho is willing to re
tain only a quarter , of tho
stock, it is probable that in
order to effect a sale tho
Captain muBt nivo up all
interest in tho vessel.
Th Hawaiian Fertilizer Cora
pony, Limited, offorod Captaiu
Murray S25.0U0 somo time ago for
t life Antiope; should ho turn tho
ship over to them now, however, a
larger amouut would undoubtedly
Mr. Rowell's company is very
anxious to securo the vesaol and
has offered Captain Mirray a con
siderablo amour, over $25,000.
Captain Murray, in an interview
with a Bulletin representative
this afternoon, said that the deal
would in all likolihood be closed
in a day or two. The Captain
may decide to sell evory share in
his ship, in wbiob event he would
return, to England and brine out
another vessel. The chief pro
vision of. tne agreement, in the
event of the sale, is that tbe
Antiope will be registered under
tho Hawaiian flag. Tho Hawaiian
Fertilizer Company wishes to nur-
chaso the vessel and then continue
Captain Murray at her com
mander. The vessel itself is ii
splendid condition, and has a high
rating in Jjioyas.
There is likelihood of a serious
water famine it rains do not come
Boon. The water in the Nuuanu
reservoirs is lower than it has
boon for years. Thore is talk of
tbe government making tempora
ry arrangements to relievo tho
stream on tho Beretania pump
ing station ob in case
of on accident tho wholo
oitV Would be without wntnr nnrl
at the mercy of a fire.
It a tiro should occur now in
tho Nuuanu distrint. nntliinf
could savo tho property Bituuto
;As thoro is not sufficient water
to BUUnlv the firn Kiiniiinn -In
caso of a famino or accident the
Government could make connec
tions with thn ftpnr Tmnninrr
pumping plaut at Kaimuki whioh
retunillc Hfatinn nnrl nnnlrl nnaitu
take care of 'tlw ,"Waikiki and Ma
" Tho jj$& N. Q. H
are foollnn rather hlun innt nnw
over theprospect of tho seizure
by the United States Military
authorities'' hero iu the near
future of tho drill shed and par
ade Grounds, for thin will (Innrivn
them of their rallying place for
good and all,
Tho Automobile Co.
The charter of the Hawaiian Au
tomobile Co , Ltd., has been ap
proved and the papers are now In
the possession of the Minister of the
According to the charter, the
agreement between John Cassldy
E. D. Tenncy, E. Faxon Bishop.
W. A. liowen and W. H. Hoogs
was made September 14.
The" principal office Is to be In
Honolulu. The capital stock of the
company Is 1 100,000 to be made up
of 1000 shares at Sioo per share.
The company reserves the privilege
S of Increasing the stock to 2,ooo,ooo J
k and Issue stock In the usual way. k
L! Thn Cllm nf f1 Rr line nlril..
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been handed In to the treasurer.
This Is over 10 per cent of the capi
The officers areas follows: John
Cassldv. president; W. H. Hnn.
S secretary, and W. A. Bowen, treas
l-ollowlng Is a list of the present jj
stockholders In the company: J. B. J
Atherton, John Cassldy, J. B. Cas-
ne, eacn 100 snares; b. D. I enney,
E. P. Bishop, W. H. Hoogs, J. F. k
Mnrc.in. Frank Htir.ifi I mile T 3
O F - - .-, Mw..
Grant and- E. C. Macfarlane, each
50 shares. J. A. Gilman, W. A. Bo
wen, F. W. Macfarlane and F. A.
Jacobs, each 25 shares; Harry Arml
tage, 15 shares; R.N. Halstead, (10
shares, O. Hedemann, C. H. Ram- kj
say, E. Hughes, E. W. Campbell, 8
Ed. Dunbar and Geo. S. Wells, fl
eacn 5 snares.
MR. ST, GOAR'S VACATION
"My first impressioHs on land
ing hero wero a great and pleas
ant diBappnintmout" said Henry'
bt. Goar, the well-known finnn
oier, to a Bulletin reporter yes
torday. "I had hearjl a great
deal of your city and the islands
and expected to find a rather
countrified little village whilo I
find Honolulu a complete little
metropolis not at all behind the
times in modern conveniences.
"This is my first visit to the
Islands and in fact the first vaca
tion in six years. It is more in
tho nature of a pleasure trip than
a business visit. On Friday I
will leave for a visit to Wailuku
and Hawaiian Commercial plan
tations and on my return will see
the wa and Waialua propeitiea.
My stay hero will be short and I
want to get around as much as
"What is your idea of the future
prospects of the Islands?"
"The laying of the cable" said
the financier, "will mean great
things for the Hawaiian Islands.
Already my firm has many in
quiries from Eastern and Europ
ean capitalists anxious to enter
into the many enterprises, for
whioh there is a fiold here. Tho
cablo moans a great deal finan
cially to tho islands."
Whon asked regarding Hono
kaa and Wailuku deals Mr. St.
Goar said ho had nothing to SBy
for publication. Of Hawaiian
Commercial, however, he said,
"there will be a dividend of not
less than fifty couts per share do
clared by tho end of this year.
The bondB whioh wero lately is
sued .in San Frauoisco and all
tnkn up without being put on the
market wore at a premium of C
per cent when I left."
Hck Driven AkhIii.
Haokmen naftin firm r nil nrnmi.
UOntlv in tho Pnlirm (Innrl: tliin
forenoon but Judge Wilcox sim
ply reprimanded the offenders for
allowing thou- hacks to stand at
places othor than tho regularly
appoiuted'standsand allowed thorn
to go. To one of the drivers Judge
Wilcox remarkod: "I suppose
you havo to eat as well as tho
rest of u?. I am sure that if thoro
is any hardship in the rule under
which you havo been orrosted and
proper representations nre made
to Minister King, he will correct
RULES FOR THE HACKMEN
Minister King and the Attorney General
Carriages Having Shopping Passengers Will be
Fa?orcd-The LuncbiMatttr en ,'to
The jiotihon of tho hackmen to
strike Ilulo 21 from the hack regu
lations was received by Minister
of the Interior King Into yesterday
hfternoon. It is signed generally
by tho hackmon of tho city. To
find out just what'Captain King
thinks about the matter, a Brjt,
letin reporter called at tbe In
terior office this forenoon.
"Yes, Lroceived the petitioa as
stated in tho Bulletin yesterday
and have read it over carefully,"
said Captain King. "I think there
is a little inconsistency in Rule
24 and I intend to have a talk with
the Attorney Gonoral about mak
ing a change.
"Moat' of tho haok regulations
were mde during Mr. Wilder's
administration in tho Ictorior
Offico. I have made five or six
during my timo.
"I do not like Bule 2i very
muoh. You have often soen ladies
go down town in private carriages,
tic up nuteido and spond an hour
or bo shopping. Now then, why
can't a lady go down town in a
hnck to do her shopping and hnvo
tho hnck wait for hor outside. For
tne time being, tho vahiclo iahors.
It is a hardship both to the pis
sengers'coucerned and tho drivorB
jo nave a rule wuereuy linokB must
drivo bock to their stands as soon
as tuey havo taken people to va
rious stores down town.
"Now then, as to standing out
side of restaurant. Tim nnlv re
jection I have to this is that the
uuruua uig unies near luo siuowaiks
and send water flying over people
as thov walk bv. Hnwnvnr thin
can be remedied by paving tho
places wnere tne Dorses stand.
"However, this .part of the rule
is not as bad as the part referring
to haokraon with 'loads' doing
shopping. Where is tho trouble
to u driver if ho will leave bis
hack on'tho stand and walk to
whatsoever restaurant he may
wish to patronize. His haok will
be perfoctly safe and, bosidos that
the walk will do him good. It
will give him an appetite for a
meal and will help digest his food
as he walks back to his stand."
WILL NOT PCRPOHlri.
Lynwood, the contortionist, will
not perform at Jim Post's benefit
to take plaoe Saturday night next.
Tbe lady is perfeotly willing to ap
pear but a stumbling block has
been plaood in her way. Jim
Post said tin's afternoon:
"Lynwood finished hor on
gngoment with the Orpheum Com
pany about two woeki ago. Whon
J. O. Cohon, ths manager of the
Orpheum, learned that tho lady
was to perform at my benefit ho
threatened to got out an injuno
tion aud bring suit against hor
should sho do so, becauso she is
under a six months' contract to
appoar under uo auspices oxoopt
those of tho Orpheum Company.
"I havo arranged for bond and
would be able to givo it imraedi
atoly in case tho injunction should
bo served but I uudorstand tho
lady does not care to got horsolf
into any kind of trouble as sho iB
going away very soon."
J. C. ClllUNDtXU
J. O. G-undell, collector for tho
Publio "Works Department, has
not beou heard from at that nlace
sinco tho departuro of the Austra
lia for San Francisco,
For tho BpaBt few months
Grundell had been in the habit of
leaving his collected monoy with
us and not nt thp Interior Oflico."
DOWSETT ESTATE MATTERS
Income Will Soon Be Sufficient to Coy
520,000 Realized from Sale of Halawa Rancb
-Henry Smith's Rjport as
Henry Smith ub master has
filed his report 011 the 'first annual
account of tho estate of tho late
James I. Dowsott.
Tho account con8i8ts""of nine
sheets of receipts, twenty shoots
of payments and GOO vouchers all
of whioh have been examined and
oheoked. These all appear as ono
account although they in reality
aro several accounts put together
No eummary having been filed
by the administrator much of tho
master's time has been consumed
in classifying and segregating tho
various items in order to bo in
formed as to tho true status of
this larg estate. Thoodmioistra
tor has charged himself with tho
total sum of $115,146.04 and eska
to bo allowed the total sum of
$113,429 42 showing a balance of
S171G.G2. The totals are verified
and found 'correct.
Tho only oxtraodinary receipt
during tho year was that of S20,
000 realized upon the Halawa
leasehold which with tho other
net gains from othor souraeR en
abled the administrator to piy off
a goodly portion of tho existing
Tho master recommends that
tho ccmrt inquire into the pny
tnent out of the estato monies, of
the private bills of the heirs and
as the administration is likely to
coutinuo for an indefinite piriad
tno master minus it well that tho
heirs bo informed that they should
not encumber tho administrator in
bis duties whilo bo is settlini' tho
affairs of the estate.
The advisability of the oarrying
on of various business pursuits
whioh whilo now prosperous might
turn out unprofitable or specula
tive in tbe future is- placed befo.e
the attention of the court.
The master further reports:
"On the basis of the past year's
ordinary income and without any
unusual realization like that of
tho Halawa sale I am givon to
understand that it will take not
less than throe veors more to dis
charge the debts which now aro
as follows: A bala- ce of $5000 to
the Bishop Mwsenm Trust and a
$50,000 mortgage to Bishop & Co."
" Of all the dootor's bills the
heaviest for medical attendance
was the claim of Dr. J. H. Ray
mond for $1164 whioh was paid."
Here follow somo unimportant
recommendations to the oourt and
the masto:s opinion that with the
changes advised tho accounts bo
MtNS YAItKOW I'OIl CIIUBCII WOltlC.
Miss Yarrow of San Francisco
has boon called by tho Centra!
Union Church to tnko tho position
of Bocond nBsistant to the pnstor.
Misd Yarrow is now in charge of
mission work in California, hav
ing hor headquarters in -Sau
Francisco. She has been asked to
be in Honolulu not later than
January 1, and if possibh) tho
early part 01 INovembor. Her ox
porieuco in ohuroh work has been
gained undor Moody and pastors
of equal national prominence aud
if she accepts tho call, will give
to tho church au asistauoa and
leadership that will lend power to
Christian work in Honolulu.
Tho thouBaud dollar bail bond
necessary to tho release of Wm.
H. Marshall, editor of tho Vol
cano, oharged with criminal .libel,
was satisged this nfteruoo by tho
dofondnnt's attornoys. Oathoart
I and UaypleBS.
Of Intci'CHt to the Auditor
k Upon enauirv at the offices w
W of the United States Consul B
W and Special Agent here, it lias W
K been ascertained that neither B
V of these officials are
paid from K
K the Consular and Diplomatic kj
V appropriation passed by the k
K United States Congress, the B
C decision as to the Consulate W
K since annexation having re-
fe cently been rendered.
Both these offices are main- j
s tained here from the appro-
j priation to carry into effect
h the Joint Resolution for the
annexation of Hawaii.
WITH COUNCIL OF STATE
The meeting of tho Oounoil of
Stato in thn legislative hill at. tbe
Exocutive building did not take
place until about 11:30 o'clock
this forenoon as thore was no
quorum until that time. Those
present wero: President Dole,
Minister Mott Smith, J. L. Kau
lukou, John Nott, A. G. M. Rob
ertson, W. C. Achi, P. O. Jones,
A. Y. Gear, Mark Robinson and
S. K. Kane. Secretary Kobort
son read the minnfoa of tho last
meeting and then tho petition of
Geo. II. Rnttman for a pardon
was brought up for discussion.
Au executive session was an
nounced and tho newspaper men
wore excluded Irom the room.
After deliberation from 11:30
until about 12:13, tho Conucil of
Stato votud to recommeud tint
President Doln pardon Geo. H.
Rutttunnn who has now eorvod
about one-half his sentence in
Oahn Jail. The matter was v?rv
carefully discussed aud all the
pointB taken up.
As tho seesion was behind closed
doors, none .of tho details in con
nection with tho consideration of
the case could be learned.
H.D. Wisliatd. olork of tbe cir-
ouit court on Kauai, has been sued
as a garnishee in tho onso of Wong
Feart vs. Mrs. Wahine Kaiu.as
defendant with tho clork as garbi-
sneo wuo uolds a largo doposit
lenaeroa in oourt as purchase
Drice of somo valnahln Innri in
litigation; lawyor Prosser who ap-
uuma iui jiiftiunu uau to Sena II
Honolulu for a writ or garnish
ment which has been issued re
turnable at tbe next March torM
of tho court.'
Juris nirnnril rUMana.
Judgo E. W. Barnard has sont
in his resignation as District Ma
gistrate of North Hilo Iu the
resignation ho says ho is sorry he
is unable to name a successor for
the roasou that nobody in that
neighborhood eanj for tho posi
tion owing to tho scant salary.
Dr. Posoy, specialist for Eye,
Ear, Throat and N010 diseases ana
Catarrh. Masonio Temple.
A PURE crape cncAM oKtaktah powdi
Holiest Honors, World's Fll
dold Medal, Midwinter Fall
Avnlil linking rmrilcr containing
alum. They aro Injurious to healtlk v
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