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Vol. VH. No. 1390.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1899.
Pbiob 5 Obntb.
BATTLE WITH HIGH SEAS
JOHN HOPP IS NO MORE HANCOCK IS A BEAUTY
THEY ENJOYED THE OPERA
PLANTATIONS OF ISLANDS
Report By Secretary Taylor on
Labor and Crops.
Figures of Great Interest Estimate of 1899-
1900 Crop Something About Skilled
Labor -Other Matters.
Wray Taylor, or the Board or Agrccul
turo, lias just Issued a printed rtport
i.eallng with tho sugar crop of tho Is
lands, tlio plantation labor nnd other
matters bearing on tho plantations of
i tho Islands. Tho principal points aro
" Statement of tho sugar crop of tho
Hawaiian Islands (1898-1899) Oahu,
45,820 tons, with Ewa (22,334), Oahu
T (7,935) nnd Kahulai (7,008) leading.
N maul, 54,389 tons, with Haw'n Com
mercial (10,021), Pioneer Mill (10,589)
nnd'Walluku Sugar Co. (7,412) leading.
Hawaii, 117,233 tons, with Haw'n Agr.
(12,157), Walakao Mill Co. (9,191), Ho
uokaa Sugar Co. (9,111), Onomca Su
gar Co. (8,404) and Hnkalau PI. Co.
(8,980) leading. Kauai, 65,359 tons
with Haw'n Sugar Co. (14,350), Llhuo
PI. Co. (13,333) and Makco 'Sugar Co.
(9,350) leading. Total of 282,807 tons.
Statement of tho sugar crop (esti
mated) of tho Hawaiian Islands (1899
3900) Oahu, 58,900 tons, with Kwa
(21,000), Oahu Sugar Co. (14,000) and
AVulalua Agr. Co. (0,000) leading. (Ho
nolulu Sugar Co. mentioned ns n new
plantation). Maul, 69,350 tons, with
Haw'n Com. & Sugar Co. (10,000), Pio
neer Mill Co. (14,000), Walluku Sugar
Co. (7,100) and Pala Pla (7,000) lead
ing. (Klhol and Nnhlku mentioned ns
new plantations). Molokal (Am. Su
gar Co. and Kamalo mentioned as new
plantations). Lanal (Maunalcl Sugar
. Co. and Pnlawal Dov. Ass. mentioned
ns new plantations). Hawaii, 119,953
tons with Hakalau PI Co. (11,000), Ho
nokaa Sugar Co. (9,600) and Haw'n.
Agr. Co. nnd Hamakua Mill Co. (each
-J!),000) leading. Kauai, 00,400 tons with
Mlaw'nSugar Co., Llhuo andllanamaulu
(combined) Mills (16,000 each) and
Mnkec Sugar Co. (10,000) leading. To
tal of 304,603 tons or 21,790 tons over
) Benson of 1898-1899.
Number and naturo of all labor on
) Hawaiian sugar plantations up to Oc-
tobor 31, 1899 Hawallans, 163 contract,
-$ - 1125 day nnd 38 woman; Portuguese,
153 contract, 1618 day, 130 women and
252 minors. Japanese, 17,547 contract,
5,741 day and 2,366 women. Chlneso,
2,768 contract, 3,201 day nnd 10 women.
South Sea Islanders, 10 contract and 69
day. Americans 267, British 109, Ger
mans, 138, Scandinavians 37, Austrlans,
189 and other nationalities 66. Total of
".5,937 divided among tho Islands ns fol
! lows: Oahu 7,093, Maul, 7762; Molokal,
778; Lannl, 409; Hawaii, 12,640, and
Tho skilled labor Is Bummed up as
follows: American 405, Hawaiian 219,
British 252, Germans 218, Portuguese)
1105, Scandinavians 71, Austrlans 16,
Japanese 416, Chinese 91 and other na
tionalities 23. Total 2,019.
MAJOR JAMES ALLEN.
Major James Allen, who is a passen
ger In tho Hancock, en route for tho
Philippines, whero ha has been assign
ed to tho command of tho signal corps,
" njoys tho distinction of having com
munlcated tho first news to General
V iVGroely, chief signal officer, of the pres
'" ence of Cervera's fleet In the harbor of
Santiago. Major Allen Is a native of
Indiana nnd began soldier life In 1&69.
Kcawcamahl Property Bought.
P. J. Hill, proprietor of tho Hawa
iian Soda Works, now located at Sunny
South, has put chased tho Keaweamahl
premises on Emma street above Vine-
Vnnl nml will soon erect there a new
' 2nd modern toda works. The proper-
ty is almost an aero In extent and Is
ono of tho most valuable sites In tho
Art League Exhibition.
The present exhibition of tho Kllo
liana Art League Is ono of tho best over
held. Tho collection is of a very high
standard and shows improvement over
that of tho last exhibition. -Jho first
vlaw reception Monday night was lar
gely nttendod by Honolulu's society
folk who greatly admired the works of
Brt- . '-
Tho Orphoum management has ar
ranged for a special Thanksgiving ma
tinee performance on Thursday after
noon. An entire change of program
will bo presented and a first-class en
tertainment Is promised. Prices of
admission to all parts of the houso are
r adults 25 cents, children 10 cents.
Hon. Stephen M. White Coining.
Word has come that former United
States Senator Stephen M. White of
California, who has been very sick, but
now Is convalescing, Is contemplating
u trip to Hawaii early in December.
Major Manly B. Curry of the Pay
master's Department, U. S. A., is a pas
benger to Manila with tho troops now
in port. Major Curry is a son of Hon.
J. L. M. Curry, Minister to Spain dur
ing tho first Cloveland administration.
Ho lfl a class mato and old chum of At
torney O. O. Bitting.
Transport Garonne Forced to Pat in
Eiperience Not Soon to Be Forgotten la
Sane Storm As Fort Stephens -Animals
The U. S. animal transport Gnronno,
for whbse safety fears wcrp expressed,
arrived In port this morning utter an
experience with the terrific storm rag
ing on tho Pacific Coast, that few on
board will over forget.
Tho Garonno left Seattle Novombcr
12, and tho second day out encountered
n storm which continued without
abatement for fifteen days, seas ran
mountains high, tho wind blew a hur
rlcano and rain foil In torrents. Tho
ship labored in a frightful manner, and
thcro wero times when fears wero en
tertained of tho ship going down. At
no time, for over a week could ono
courso bo kept and tho avcrago speed
attained was four knots an hour.
The Garonno had orders to proceed
to Manila via Kobe, but tho storm ren
dered this Impossible. Thero aro 375
mules on board, eleven having died on
tho way of exhaustion nnd bruises.
Those that havo arrived aro In a most
frightful condition, being cut and
biulsr.d in overy conceivable place.
Patches a foot square of exposed raw
flesh are to bo seen on many of them
and nearly all have legs that aro skin
ned and cut In a pitiful manner.
Although washed by tho heavy seas
continually, tho only loss to tho ship
was a Bnlall boat, carried away by an
lmmcnso sea on tho night of November
20. A few days more of such weather,
so tho olQcors say nnd nearly overy
mulo would havo died.
A stabbing affray took place on tho
voyago between two of tho teamsters,
but only n fow cuts wero received In
tho fight before tho men wero separat
ed. Tho wounds wero mostly around
tho head and wero not serious.
Just beforo entering tho harbor this
morning ono of the foremen, named
Dunn, was kicked In tho head by a
vicious mule. Tho hoofs struck tho
man between the eyes, nearly tearing
one from Its socket. No fatal results
On account of the harbor being
cramped for room tho Garonno will bo
compelled to lay In tho stream until to
morrow. Immediately upon being
docked tho mules will bo sent to tho
Captain Garrard Is the Quartermaster
In charge; the Veterinary Surgeon, Or
Amincnded Kiliel Contract.
At tho Klhel stockholders meeting
thl3 morning thero were represented
33,577 shares of a total of 60,000. The
minutes of tho previous meeting were
rend nnd approved. Tho object of this
morning's meeting was to ratify tho
amended grinding contract between
Klhel nnd tho Hawaiian Commercial
& Sugar Co.
Tho S12 per ton rnto agreed upon
by tho directors hero was not accepted
by tho directors ot tho Hawaiian Com
mercial 'who rnlscd the rato to $12.00
per ton. A fow other minor changes
wero also made In tho contract, which
wero approved by tho shareholders
Tho wedding of William Hugh Wal
lace, ot Portland, Oregon, and Miss Ma
rlon Eugene Folsom, daughter ot As
sistant Appraiser Folsom of Honolulu,
took place at St. Andrew's Cathedral
last evening. Tho Itev. Alex. Mackin
tosh officiated. Miss Jessie Lotspelch
was maid of honor and Arthur Wall
best man. Tho ushers were Messrs.
Arthur Mackintosh, H. Penhallow,
Lango and Boyan. The bride was giv
en away by her father. A supper was
served at the Folsom homo on Thurs
ton avenue. The honeymoon ot tho
young couple will be spent In a tour
about the Islands. This finished, they
will go to Portland, Ore., their futuro
Funston Ready for Duty. .
Ban Francisco. Nov. 20. General
Fred Funston arrived from bis Kansas
home at 11 o'clock last venlng, and Im
mediately went to the home ot his
wife's parents In East Oakland. Ho was
In tho best ot health and will bo ready
to sail for Manila this week. Mrs.
Funston will remain with her parents.
Lieut Mitchell, formerly with tho
20th ICansas, but now a member of tho
40th Infantry, returned with General
Funston and will be placed on his staff.
KAIMUKI PUMPING PLANT.
The Dumnln plant on the Gear, Lan
sing tract at Kalmukl, Is now in excel
lant shano. Steam was got up yester
day afternoon and tho plant was kept
running lor a run nan nour wuu on
tlrolv satisfactory results. This after
noon full connections with tho wells
will bo made. Tho work Is under tho
direct supervision ot F. E. Richardson.
November 29, 1887, twelvo years ago
today, Hawaii's Itoclproclty treaty with
tho United States was oxtended for
sevon years nnd tho Pearl Harbor con
cession mado to tho United States.
Died Tills Horolog After Illness ot
One of the Honolulu's Pioneer Business Hen
Head of Well Known Furniture
House Funeral Tomorrow.
John Hopp, for over forty yenrs a
resident of these Islands, died at his
homo In Alakea street at 11 o'clock this
morning at tho ago of 71 years.
On Prlday last ho took to his bed and
this morning death released him while
peacefully sleeping. A complication of
liver nnd stomach troublo nnd his ad
vanced ago wore tho causo of death.
Deceased was born in Holstcln, Ger
many. In 1828 nnd camo hero in tho
ship Carl Mclchers, arriving In 1855.
Thrco years Inter ho was married to
Miss Dora Weber, tho wedding being
performed by Father Damon. At tho
same ceremony wero married John
Henry Wlcko nnd Johanna Gundtler.
Mrs. Wlcko Is tho only one of tho four
now living. Threo daughters survlvo
the deceased, they being Mrs. Gus Eng
llng ot Oakland, Mrs. Marshall und
Miss Dora Hopp ot this city. A son,
William Hopp, died hero In 1881.
Mr. Hopp was well and favorably
known to tho business community ns
a leader In tho furnlturo business. Tho
houso of J .Hopp & Co. has long been
Tho funeral will take place tomorrow
from tho late rcsldcnco nt 3:30 p. m.
Fine Water Color Portrait.
In ono ot tho show windows ot tho
Pacific Hardware Co. Is a beautiful por
trait of Miss Alice LIMiman dono In
water colors nt tho photograph gallery
of J. J. Williams. The portrait H a
good example of tho excellence of the
work being turned out by the veteran
Owing to unavoidable! dolay tho
transports Senator and Ben Mohr will
not get nway until Into tonight or ear
ly tomorrow morning.
Bulletin newsboys havo been giving
thanks for tho last week. With bi
cycles and nights at tho Opera Houso
and tho Orpheum they havo mado mer
ry as never beforo known to Honolu
lu newsboys. Tho merriment will
reach the top notch tomorrow when
tho Bulletin newsboys will Join in a
Thanksgiving luau at Long Branch and
spend tho day at that popular seaside
resort. Mine Host Vlda has mado all
tho preparations for tho ovent.
Tho boys will Icavo tho Bulletin office
at 9 o clock tomorrow morning In
busses. After a short ride about town
they will go to Long Branch whero they
will own tho placo for tho day. With
tho excellent bnthlng facilities, canoes
and tho largo grounds nt thoir Ulspo
sal. thero Is no danger ot ttmo hang'
Ing heavy on their hands. Tho luau in
true native stylo will bo served about
On tho return home In tho afternoon
tho boys will tnko in tho football game
At a meotlng ot tho Cabinet today It
Was decided on account ot the great
opposition to decllno the application of
It. Lalng for a liquor llcenso for Maka
pala, North Kohala.
A number ot applications for light
wlno and beer licenses from people In
Holualoa, North Kona, were received.
It was finally decided on the recom
mendation of the Sheriff ot Hawaii that
tho Minister ot tho Interior be advised
to grant n llcenso to Okuba, the loca
tion to be approved ot by the Minister
ot the Interior.
Action was takon In regard to tho
Ihara matter. Tho Cabinet advised tho
President to commuto netl tloner's sen
tence to life Imprisonment on the
grounil, ot doubt as to' the legality ot
tho" verdict according to tho laws of
tho United States ana certain incon
slstoncy In tho evidence
OU1LTY OF MANSLAUGHTER.
The pury In tho Italian murder case
has handed down a verdict of guilty of
manslaughter in tho second degreo,
three ujrors dissenting. Tho dissent
ing votes were as follows: ono for
manslaughter In tho first degreo, one
for manslaughter in tho third degree
and one not guilty.
P. A. Dins, who has been very 111
for the past two weeks, left yesterday
for ft vacation on waui.
Tho Mallo-Ilima and St. Louis foot
ball teams will play tomorrow on tho
Maklkl basoball grounds, at 3:30 p. m.
Tho Portugueso Concordia band will
give an invitation ball Friday night
to commemorato Portugueso Restora
Tho oiso of Armstrong nnd Donny
charged with conspiracy, began In
Judgo Stanley's court this morning bo
foro n Jury.
Finest Transport Claimed By United
Something About Her Records "Lucky Forty-
fourth" Aboard Number 4, a Mascot
Pott Stephens Notes.
Tho Hancock has had more newsna
per space dovotcd to descriptions of her
speed, fittings, etc., than any other
transport that has Balled for Manila.
When Bho went Into tho hands of tho
Union iron Works to bo remodeled tmd
ovcrhnulod, considerable wire pulling
was Indulged In to secure tho vessel.
Nearly overy master morlner In San
Francisco had been mentioned for her,
but finally Captain Struvo received tho
appointment. Struvo was chief officer
when tho Hancock was tho Arlzonn.
Captain Brugulere, tho present first
officer, was employed by tho Pacific
Whtlo at San Francisco tho Han
cock was Inspected by General Miles,
who pronounced her to bo an Ideal
transport In every detail.
Her best records uro: Nagasaki to
San Francisco 15 days, from Yokoha
ma to San Prnnclsco 14 days, from Ho
nolulu to San Prnnclsco 6 days nnd
from Honolulu to Manila 11 days.
Tho 44th Itcglmcnt, quartered at pre
sent In the Hancock nnd City of Pueb
la, en routo for Manila, Is known as
tho "Lucky Forty-fourth," In conjunc
tion with a colored mascot, In the
shapo of a very small boy. Tho num
ber plays an Important part In every
thing connected with tho regiment. At
tho first cnll of tho regiment nt Fort
Leavenworth, thcro wero 4 officers nnd
11 men present; In tho first section to
leave Leavenworth thcro wero 41 men
and ono officer, tho second section had
14 officers nnd 401 men, tho third sec
tion had 14 officers and 408 men and
tho fourth 14 officers and 444 men. To
make n fitting ending to the combina
tion of fours tho lady friends of tho
officers. In returning to the hotel from
seeing tho regiment on board, took car
44. ThlB Is supposed to bo sufficient
to gain for tho reglmcst all kinds of
Captain J. C. Byron, Quartermaster
In charge of tho stock on tho Port Ste
phens, Is past master of tho art of flt
tlng out nn army transport, ho having
fitted out and despatched twenty-two
during the Spanish-American war.
Considering tho Btorm and tho disad
vantages under which tho Port Ste
phens labored, ho brought tho stock
down In very good condition.
Tho Port Stephens Is second only to
tho Athenian ns a stock ship, having
all of tho latest nnd best equipments.
Sho was fitted up In Scattlo within nlno
days by a forco of 512 men.
Tho officers on board are as follows:
Captain Byron, Dr. Pasco nnd Dr. Da
vis, V. S.
Tho ship's officers aro Captain Whlto
ncad, First Officer Gray, Second Officer
Mulr, Third Officer Burman nnd Chief
Engineer Freeman .
After remaining In port long enough
to rest tho stock, take on coal and have
repairs mado, tho Port Stephens will
proceed to Manila.
CHURCHILL A PRISONER.
Pretoria. Saturday. Novcmbor 18 (by
way ot Lourenzo Marques, November
19). At noon today fifty-six BrltiBh
prisoners, Including men of tho Royal
Dublin Fusllccrs and several bluejack
ets arrived hero. There wero largo
crowds at tho railway station, but no
demonstration was made. Winston
Churchill, who Is wounded in tho hand,
was taken to tho Model School, while
the rank and file are being sent to tho
MILLIONS FOR DEFENSE.
Washington, Nov. 18. Tho annual
roport of General iiufflngton, Chief of
Ordnance, shows that tho expenditures
for tho year ending Juno 30, 1899, for
tho Ordnanco Bureau amounted to 1 23,
796,786. For tho seacoast defenses tho
number of guns completed wero eighty-
nltrhf Alcrlit.lnnYi rlflfifl. . 1nft tan.lnrh
rifles and sixty-eight twelvY-lnch r I flea
neiercncu i iuuuu iu uiu uyutuuiiu
field guns, twelve ot which have been'
sent to Manila.
NO FEAR FOR WHITE.
London, Nov. 18. The passage of an
other week without any material
change in tho status ot tho beleaguered
British force at Ladysmlth Is respon
sible for a much more hopeful feeling
in Great Britain regarding the tato of
General White's men. On all sides the
opinion Is now expressed that they will
bo able to withstand nttack until re
VANDERLIP OFFERED A NEW JOB.
Chicago, Nov. 18. Frank A. Vander
llp, Assistant Secretary of tho Treas
ury, has been offered a place at the
head of one ot the big financial Institu
tions of New York city.
LAST OF A FAMOUS FAMILY.
Boston, Nov. 17. Goorgo Harvoy
Chlckerlng, tho last malo survivor of
tho famous family ot piano makers,
died at Milton today. "Ho Is survived
by a widow and two married daughters
and leaves a largo toriuno.
Bulletin Newsboys Describe Last
Laughed Till Their Sides Ached -Twenty
Young Merchants Made Happy by the
A good sized nudlcnco attended the
Boston Lyrics performance last night.
Glroflp-airoflntls, ono 'of tho funniest
of tho funny'ln comic opera lino nnd
tho Lyrics from principals to chorus
sustained their reputation ns high class
Tho most enthusiastic part of the nu
dlcnco was tho twenty Bulletin nows
boys who wero tho guests ot the opera
management for tho ovcnlng. Tho
story of how they liked It, ns written
by tho two lenders of tho Bulletin's Trl
buno blcyclo contest, runs as follows:
"At first tho music began to play tho
fleam was going up wns ten girl nnd
nlno men and thcro sing nnd dancing
nil around, after n girl and boy each
of them took a basket ot flowers and
after that. Ono old man como out from
tho room he coino out and talk so much
I don't know what ho talking nllabout
and then tho old man wlfo come out
nnd sho huhii tho old one nnd then sho
give n paper to tho old men. After
that n young man coming out und stan
ding Infront tho door nnd tho tho old
man glvo his girl to marrnld tho young
men and ten girl and nlno men com
mlng out from tho room nnd dance nil
After that nine Indlnu commlng out
from tho sen standing by n lino and
sing all they like, nnd tho nlno Indian
Jump Into tho sea twelvo girl commlng
out from tho room nnd sing all they
llko nnd tho Indian como out from tho
sea and catch .every girl waht ho like
and tho Indian kick tho girl out and
the Indian sing nnd they went In.
"At last tho old man como out from
tho room nnd called his wlfo Itowllcr
and Ilowellcr coming out with tho In
dian King havo a sword with him and
after that tho old men sneck under tho
table. Tho Indian King como out from
tho room, ho tnko n plate cracked, the
old men head tho old coming out un
der tho table, cry and shako himself
and then the Indian tako n ten pot and
drink tho tea. Tin old man said I can
Honolulu. II. I.. Nov. 29. 1899.
Dear Sir: I am glad to tell you
about tho opera last night. Tho sing
ing of tho wholo company wns very
good, tho singing of tho twin sisters
was t-xcclent and tho company Is ono
of tho biggest that I ever saw, como to
the Hawaiian Islands so I will tell you
how I liked It.
Tho father camo In nnd acted so fun
ny that ho mado his wife so angry thnt
sho almost cried, ono ot tho twin sis
ters wero supposed to bo mnrrled to n
great pirate chief nnd an other great
mnn first sho got married tho other
man and sho was his wlfo, then the
grcnt plrato chief orded tho old man
to get his daughter to bo his wife, so
tho old man said sho was not hero and
the chief orded tho old man to get
his daughter with In five, minutes It ho
did not ho would havo his head cut off
and tho wholo lot went to a party and
tho girl was to stay at homo an not to
move out ot tho chair If sho did she
would havo a whlplng from her mother.
So tho mother went to tho party and
tho girl began to drink the wlno and
sho got drunk and a lot ot girls camo
In nndi began to light a firo,nnd began
to drink. So I think I havo told you all
I could remember.
Twenty boys second on tho blcyclo
raco list went to tho Orpheum, where
Manager Cohen treated them to tho
best tho houso afforded. From tho re
served scats in tho front roys they en-
Joyed tho delights offered by tho first-
class artists ot the popular piay house.
WEDDING STATIONERY, Engrav
od Cards, Embossing.
H. F. WICHMAN.
Tho Punahou football gamo toraor
row will take placo on tho Collogo
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE GOVS
For Salo by Manufacturers' Shoe
TOMORROW'S SHAM BATTLE
What Arrangements Have Been Hade
"For The Event.
First Battalion Will Attack Second Stationed
on Rocky Hill -Two Field Pieces
To Be Used.
Tho Bhnm battlo between tho two
battalions oMho First Itcglmcnt, N. 0.
II., In tho Punahou pasture tomorrow
morning will be nn ovent of tho day.
Great preparations aro being carried on
today In order that a success may bo
mado ot tho affair. ' '
Tho companies will nsscmble nt tho
drill shed at 7:15 o'clock nnd will pro
ceed on tramcars to n position outsldo
Punahou Collcgo on tho Manoa road,
whero tho formation wilt tako place.
Col. Jones will bo In command.
Shortly beforo eight o'clock tho re
giment will form as If for dress parado
for the purposo of receiving nt tho
hands ot Mrs. Dolo tho beautiful stand
of colors for tho regiment that recently
arrived from tho States. Co. F being
tho winning company In tho recent
competitive drill, will havo tho honor
of receiving tho colors from Mrs. Dolo
nnd will act ns tho color company.
This done, tho Second Battalion un
der Major Camara will tako n position
on Ilocky Hill with ono field piece.
Commencing nt n distance of between
1500 nnd 2C0O yards away, tho First
Battalion under Mnjor Zleglcr with ono
field piece, will nttack tho position on
tho hill. Then will begin tho firing,
fast and furious but no ono will drop.
Each man will bo furnished with forty
rounds of ammunition so that thcro
will bo qulto a llttlo noise.
It Is stated on good authority that
tho best position for tho spectators will
bo on tho Walklkl sldo of tho Punahou
pasture, U3 everything can bo clearly
seen from that point.
When tho battlo Is over tho fighters
will retlro to company tents set up In a
cool space and will there partake of re
freshment thnt Is usually most welcomo
nftcr a hot hour's work.
A football gnmo between tho regular
Punahou team nnd another mado up of
crack football players from tho ranks
of tho Punahou Alumni 6as ucen ar
ranged for tomorrow afternoon nt 3:30
o'clock on tho Punahou Collcgo
grounds. This will bo nn entirely
friendly gamo, neither team having
anything at stake, and tho proceeds
will go to swell tho Lepers' Merry
Christmas Fund, n, most worthy causo.
Admission will be twenty-fivo cents
to all parties except newsboys of tho
city who will bo ndmltted free of
Gcorgo R. Carter has kindly consent
ed to net as umpire, whllo J. Turner of
Princeton will referee. Tho line-up will
bo as follows:
Alumni A. Judd. center; Goo. Ful
ler, right guard; J. Walker, left guard;
J. Watcrhouse, right tackle; S. John
son, left tacklo; G. Angus, right end;
F. Greenwell, loft end; G. Waterhouse,
quarter; C. Cooko, right half; W. H.
Babbitt, left halt; W. Sopor fullback.
Regular L. Robinson, center; J.
Coats, right guard; R. Cooke, left
guard; J. Hemenway, right tackle; F.
Alexander, left tacklo; O .Judd, right
end; M. Robinson, left end; W. Wil
liamson, quarter; C. Lyman right halt;
II. Cruzan, left half; J. Marcelllno, full
The gamo will bo' a good one and
cveryonfi who Is at leisure should turn
Police Court Notes.
In tho Police Court this forenoon the
following cases were disposed of: Ah
Wo, heedless driving, $6 and costs;
Damlen Ku, assault and battery on
Mary Ku, two months' Imprisonment at
hard labor; Oh Chan, gambling, $20
and costs; Japanese, cruelty to ani
mals, $6 and costs.
Dr. Posoy, specialist for Eye, Ear,
Throat and Note diseases and Catarrh.
Masonio Temple. ,
Co., Fort St., Sign of the Big Shot.