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Vol. XT. No. 1004.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. JULY :)V 1001.
Fiticu 5 Cents.
" f Hf!1 SH tW "
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' FROM I STATES
Transport Thomas With
Six Hundred Men
People From All Over the State3 Here
on Their Way to.Philippines
Will Have Opportunity to
The tig transport Thomas after a
pplendld trip of six, da)s from San
Francisco, arrived this. morning. Her
passengers consist principally uf school
icachcts for the Philippines. The large
number of lady teachers expected, did
not arrive, although there nic over to
hundred of them aboard.
On the trip down, the entire party al
most without exception, were beaslck
nt first. The third day out, however,
most of them sufficiently recovered
to maho their way on deck. As tho
vessel entered the harbor her passen
gers were massed on the deck and Hang
patriotic songs. Taken as a whole,
the passengers oa the Thomas aro the
best looking lot of people who hao
ever cnteied tho city and there Is n
llvel) appearance of health, and push
oni! cneigy about them..
Among the men aro some famous
Athletes, swimmers and divers. Two
baseball teams havn been formed, one
by old Harvard students, and tho other
composed of. students representing
other colleges. A newspaper, "Tho
Jlrlnej Uudget," has bjen organized
and will be published during the vo
use, the ttrst number coming out to
Among tho teachcis are residents of
nearly every State of tne Union. Many
of them hae friends m Houolulu, and
as tho Thome pulled up to the wharf
Inqulilcs as to the whereabouts uf
friends were shouted from the vessel.
Theie Is a large delegation of Call-tnrnl-in
aboard. Most of them aro
from the State University.
Of nil the passenger aboard, but
one Is for Honolulu. He Is llax Wer
ner, a hospital stew aid, assigned for
dutj to the linen a Vista Hospital. Twa
stow aw aj s were found the second day
out from tho Coast. They will be put
The Thomas will discharge a lot of
freight for this port and take a great
quantity of water but no coal. Quarter
master Captain W. M. Coulllng expect
to be ready to sail on Filday afternoon,
mid this being the case, the teachers
will lime an opportunity of v tolling
points of Intel est on this Island.
The list of tho through passengers
aboard the Thomas kindly furnished
tho Ilulletln by Qu-utci masters Clcrli
1'awcett. Is ns follows:
Carlisle 1'. Wlnslow, Miss M. A.
Anderson, Mrs. J. II. W'hltnker and
child, T. V. nowler, Miss llctli llienl
zer, J I, Dals, J. J. Eaton, Mrs. O. E.
Oarbutt. Mrs. C. M. (luudy. W. S. Irey,
.1. I). I.ucey, Jns. F. Scolder, Job. 3.
Warren. F. Van Nuys, II. K. Stalllngs,
Irving Ncedham, D. C. Montgomery,
1). Carson. A. J. McKellow, Miss K. M.
llilnton, Miss M. E. Prlngle.' J. II.
Whltakcr, W. K. Hatchelder. J. A.
Corliss. J. F. Daniel, Mrs. J. J. Katon.
0. E. Oarbutt. O. I. Hall. J. E. Klrt
land, W. It. Itosecians, E. G. Turner.
l I. Wags. Oth'o Atkln. T. W. Thomp
son, Mrs. T. W. Thompson, A. It. lin
ger. Miss E. A. Ho)les. 1'. D. Nellson,
Miss N. M. Durke, Dr. N. T. ud
Deon. V S. A.; Mrs. I.. T. Do Ilackln
and child, J. I). Do Huff. J. M. G-amblll.
C. M. Candy, It. I. Heindel. Mrs. J. B.
Klitland Miss Florence) Head, Mrs. A.
n. Vnugh and 2 children, W. S. Dakln
O II. Mngeo, 11. I.. Stafford. 8. K.
Mitchell, W. A. Kepner, C. II. Covull,
JIis, 1' D. Nellson. W. S. Dals. wlfo
nnd 5 children, (J W. Moore, C. I' Cat
wliins. I. It Wellington, W, C Sparks,
Titos. J Tnjl r, C. H. Hinlln. I,. C.
Oueins' wlfo and 2 chlldien I). C
riil.i'i U K Smith II Outsell 11 i;
11. CM Ut O. S. Medlar . J, Stru
HARD TIMES ARE THE
BEST TEST OF A NEW
suburb : r : : :
Trs Kt that THREE.. RESI
DENCES ire NOV IN COURSE OF
ERCCTIV, blii for another about to
be opened ard plans for several mom
In the hands of local architects, and all
for BONA TIDE PURCHASERS,
shows the vitality of the movement to
wards College Hills.
The approaching operation of the
car line and water plant makes Im
mediate occupation possible.
McClellan, Pond St Co. .
or Castle Si Lansdal'e
P. 0. OPEN AT 1HT
ti Starting with tomorrow night, ',"
'l tho general delivery window nt VI
ti the Fou Office will be kept opon tl
? alt night long. At this window !'.'
t'J persons may come and get their '."
'.- mall at any hour during the '.'
'l night they may choose. Stamps Vi
$S will be sold, monev orders will vi
VI be Issued nnd mall wilt be regis- VI
Vt tered. In fact, almost all tho work Vi
(V carried on during the day .111 Vi
Vi be continued Into the night. No Vi
VJ registered mall will be delivered Vi
VI nor will any money orders be Vi
Vi paid. All this has come about Vt
Vi after communication with and Vi
Vi final conscnt'from the t'ost Office Vi
Vi Department. It was during the It
Vi month of June thnt permission it.
VJ was received and, since that Vi
Vi time, men hae been In training Vi
Vi tor the duties which will devohe Vi
Vi upon tliim during tho silent Vt
Vi watches of the night. Vi
Vi The object of this keeping the Vt
Vi Post omco open during the night Vi
V. Is to accommodate that class of Vt
Vi people who are unable to call Vt
V! for their mall during their own Vi
! time. In other words, It Is the VI
vi working class that the Post Vi
it Office now seeks to accommodate.
!'.' There will be no lonjer any stand- Vt
Vi Ing In line for fear the window S3
$-' closes. " ft
All this In tho nature of a Vi
Vi trial and It depends on tho pa- Vt
Vt tronago the ofllce receives wheth- Vi
Vi cr the opening at night will bo Vi
Vt continued or not. Vt
Vi Vt Vt Vt Vi Vi Vi Vi Vi VI Vi Vt Vi Vi Vt Vt Vt Vt 't
ton, P. I Sergeant. Miss Dnlsy Usher,
Wm. C. Heaton. J. W. Dolby, C. A. Mc'
dure, C. S Hanks. Itud Zumstcln, Geo
Orlsiler. V. n. Miller, K. E. l-ntBon. N,
C. Smith, Mrs. II. A. Parkin. I). It.
Perkins. Geo. W. Gannon.W. D. Hobbs,
rtnx W. Wells. C. E. Steele. O. II. Itolb
man. E. II. Uuttles, J. P. Hnycs, C. U,
Melon, C. D. Hohrens, T. D. Anglomcy.
cr. M. C. Knight, II. Stockton. It. E.
Corlctt. I). Mel.. Klrby, R. E. Sclmeld'
er, A. II. Wagner, Mrs. P. I.. Sergeant,
U. II. Klrkpatrlck, A. M. Sanborn. Q.
11. Karrow, P. A. Pill more. Walter Oil
lam. II. E. Bell. II. E. Gujer, Q. W. Sat
terthwnltc. Wm. A. Lewis. Ed Wil
liams, C 8. Lorentzen, II. II. McKee,
C. W. Franks. J. r. Stalnnard. Mrs. It.
W. Wells, Mrs. C E. Steele, A. J. Uro
gan. II. Cannnwa), O. M. Moore, Miss
B. W. Mitchell. Arthur Powell. II. E.
Cutler, I I.. Haford, Mrs. It. Stock
ton. I. O. Uakken. II. I.. King. J. W.
Checsoborough. W. II. l.ccl;, Miss Mi
ner; a Udoll. Miss Lucy Mount, K. 11.
Saw or. A. F. Eastman, I). E. Ingersoll,
II. C Wells. Mrs. E. E. nell. C. II. Gor
don. It. J. Tcall. Gilbert Sellers. II. A.
(Continued on page 4.)
Chief Justice Fresr sas the calling
of a special term of the Supreme Cotut
will depend on the lawyers who have-
In hand the matter of testing the la
ennio tax law. If they are ready at an
early date the spiylal session will bo
"ailed at an early date. If they pro'
irastlnate, the session will bo deferred.
"Wo may call the special session som
time this week or early In nextf' said
the Chief Justice, It largely riepem'f V
the law era in the Income tax tea
"The law j crs lwe not decided In
what form the matter hajl best be
brought before the court," said the
Chief Justice, It can be done In on
of se;ernl ways, and this Is the ques
tion they nre now considering. Sumf
ono could pay the tax at onco under
protest and then llng suit to recoer
tho money. Or the question of the
legality of tho Incomo tux law could be
submitted to the Court direct upon
Decision has been :endered by the
Supreme Court In tha case of II. If.
Kuhele s. Mis. Annua et al oer
ruling defendants' exceptions and con
firming plaintiff's title tn certain laudn.
Tho caso comes from the Fifth Judicial
Circuit Justice Perry writes tho pe
riston which holds: In nn action of
pjectmrnt, proof b tin plaintiff of .i
rounoUed chain of title back to tho
Kocrnment Is n pilnne facie hawing
of title; nnd In fctich case, proof of
possession by ono of plaintiff's picde
cessois in Interest need not bo madt
In order to defeat a motion for a non
suit. Decision was rendcrej jesterday nf
tcrnoon In tho case of Manuel Itranra
vs., J. K. Tdakuakano on exceptions
from the Fourth Circuit. The excep
tions are sustalne?! nnd case remanded
for further proceedings.
FOUND JN HAWAII
l.a Poite, Ind. July 22. Itov. Mali
Ion Cause, a foimor pastor of tho
I'llonds' Chinch at Stillwater, and who
Lit was Mippnsul committed sulcldo nt
San TranclKin a joai ago, has been
loiind at Honolulu, where ho In at
prepont pitithlng At the thuo of his
dlsappeaianco, thousands of dollars
wore spent In a fruitless effort to lo
cato him. PloWous to bis dlsuppeai
nncu his witu claimed tn huio bad
heaven revealed to her In a trnncu.
ami this Is supposed to liavo pro)cd
upon hor husband's mind and to have
been tho motlvo for his disappearance.
He Is ono of tho best known mlnls'.ois
of tho Fronds' Church In tbo Wes
ASSLS.SOirS 1AX VirW
OPERATING EXPENSES ARE
And Vice Versa the $1000 Exemption
for Individuals Constitutes
His Running Expense
The tax assessor's odlce was con
fronted with a largo crowd of reople
when the windows wore opened thU
morning, who were on the ground
fatly to file their Incomes, this bcitir.
the last day under which filings nuv
be made with right of appeal from any
decision the assessor mny make.
Tho luiume tax law does not piovldn
that a penalty of 200 per cent Is to be
charged to all people who failed to
make returns by the close of IhisIiht.ii
hours today. The penalty of 200 per
cent Is reserved only for those who
fraudulently and falsely make out
their returns. The Impression has
gone out that a failure to report by to.
day would at least tender one liable
to a penalty of double the 2 per cent
levy. This accounts for the big rush
today. Assessor Pratt sas tht If a
line of people" are In wnltlire; at 4
o'clock the offlco will he kept open un
til nil arc waited on. At the clowot
business hours last night 1,300
schedules of Incomes had been re
The Interpretation of the Incope tax
Jaw by tho Assessor's odlce regarding
exemptions Is In accordance with the
plain teims of the taw The first' sec
tion provlift an exemption of $1,000
In the case h(lndlvlduaW, orpora
tlons not being mentioned In the sec
tion. This exemption Is n lump sum
designated to cover the "running ex
penses" of the Individual nnd his fnm-
lly. In Section 2 no exemption of the
sum of $1,000 Is made In the esse of
corporations, but It Is provided that
nctual operating or "running expenses"
ure to be deducted from the gross re
ceipts ol sucn concern)..
The theory of the tax otllcc ruling
It not based upon the soiillcssncss of
corporations so much as It Is upon the
law as passed by .he Legislature.
Operating expenses nnd living expenses
In the opinion of the cs'essor were not
Intended to be taxed. Ill the case of a
family or Individual the exemption was
arbitrarily llxed nt $1000. The exemp
tion In the case of tho Incorporation
w 111 be the total of operating expenses.
This theory wipes out the flaw of dis
crimination, which some of the oppo
nents of the law hoped would prove
the rock upon which the Income tax
ciaft would founder.
Nnkanacla, a joung Hawaiian, was
nncsted jesterday on tbo charge of us-
Ing vulgar and profane language.
When called upon to answer to the
charge, Attorney Knulla, who repress
ed the defendant, made the statement
thnt Nakanacla did use bad luiuuami
but It was "only to his wlfo." Jud(,o
Wilcox stared at tho attorney for a
moment and then said: "If It N any
ono a man should refrain from uslu.'
bad language uiv.ard. It Is his wifj oi
Tl. defendant was then put on tllal.
Mis. Alves. tho complaining wlttiejs,
raid that the was In hor house net to
thnt of the defendant I'll Kunl.ll'l
stnet, near I.lllha. vvhe.. the rimpis
v.aa rnlsed. Attorney Kuulla tried to
set cut of the witness what It wai the
defendant said that saosltcj lur t'l
but hho was too much of a lady to al
low the words to pass an 1'ps How
ever, she produced n pieca of paper
upon which she had vvrt'.'cii tho wcrl)
and, ns the attorney for the I'elei.s?
did not Insist on malting her rtroit th
woids, she was allowed to ttaud down.
The seiitimo on the paper wis nr
talnl one to shook the uioU hai d nod.
Tho wife of thu dcfeudai t raid that
tho trouble was only optwcui herself
rmri her hu-ibsnd. Tbo li.ie did not
shout the words but slivpl wlili-pited
them In her ear. Natural!, tho juilw
did not believe this story and fined win
defendant 510 mid costs.
18 THE CRACK SHOT.
San Francisco, July 23 Tho third
National Itundcs Shooting Festival
will crown Adojph S.trecker of San
Francisco tho king shooter of America.
His 394 points for 200 shots on the
point target will stand as the work for
a national kingship for at least threo
years, nnd thero Is no tuning for how
many festival lusters aftor that,
Fino Job l'riiitinfr at tho Bul
MOST PrOI'LE PATRONIZE THI:
Merchants' Parcel Delivery
WHY DON'f Oll?
Call up BLUE O'JI vv hen you wish
to snJ anything down town, an J re
quest your dealer to send your goods
home by the M. I D Co.
Prompt delivery and...,
rareful attention assured.
H HIS WIFE
IVY IAVHRS AS!Afi(,S
TO SUPPLY LABORERS
Says There i3 a Movement Here to
That Effect -Would Not
San Kranc'sco, July 22.
weeks' sojotj-u In the II
ands, yllabbfJMS. Levi
San Kranc'sco, July 22. After a flvo
of the Ileth
Jktuel -"congregation, returned to this
city on the steamer Elcrra yesterday,
While In the Islands Itabbl Levy made
u tour of the sugar plantations of Oahu
to Investigate tin- condition of Porto
Illcnu laborers and of labor problems
"The Introduction cf I'orto Illcan la
borers," said he, "has rut solved the
pioblcm of labor in Die Hawaiian lsl
audi. There are no.v about GOOO men,
women and children of tbli class In the
Islands, about 1W.U of whom arc men,
"There Is a stiong well denned move
ment on foot In the Islands now to se
cure special legislation to admit Asia
tics and It sccnib to me that Is the so
lution of the labor question there.
"As It is now not even a Chinese citi
zen of Hawaii eun entur'tbe Mainland
here and It Is a well established fact
that white men cannot do the work
that Is required In the tano fields.
"There are enormous acres of land
that cannot now be utilized for lack
of laborers and If Asiatics ure admitted
they could be used In nevcloplng these
lands In a way that would double tho
sugnr out ut of th- Islands. Tkls could
In no way antagonize the white mans
labor Interests und on the other hand
It would throw thousands of dollars'
worth of business Into the hands of tho
merchants and workmen of this city
nnd const. And the Chinese exclusion
law- as regards this country need not
suffer an) change."
wt. in m
1I1Y IS BEST
Stauford Vnlvcislty, July '-2.
President David Starr Jordan, who left
Scu Francisco for the Hawaiian Islands
Immediately after the university com
mtniement In May, returned borne to
day. Dr. Jordan went out as a scien
tific head of an expedition for the
United States Kish Commission.
The fish question is of great Impor
tance to the Islands because of the- de
pendence of nil classes, but mole par
ticularly the natives, upon llsh for
food. Deep sea llshlng Is little carried
on, because of lack of crews. The na
tives uro not good for the purpose,
and no others are to be had. Dr. Jor
dan s suggestion to obviate this tl I Ill
cult " Is that expert fishermen from San
Pranclsto be Induced to go to Honolu
lu. The suppl of flh that can be taken
near the tbore Is being depleted by tho
sti-ad) drain upon It. Kispeclat recom
mendation will be made to Congress bv
1)1. Jordan cm the subject.
The main provisions of the legisla
tion to bo suggested will be 1'lrst,
that fishing In miuio waters be entirely
prohibited for a time; second, that
there be n closed seat.011 during tho
time of spawning, and third, tint fish
ing with nets of less than n three-Inch
mesh be forbidden. The greatest needs
of the Islands, Industi tally. Is labor.
'I he Chinese are shut out by the ex
clusion act of the United States. Ja
panese laborers are prevented coming
by home legislation that forbids theiu
to emigrate. More than 1000 Porto HI
cans have teen Imported, but their
value ns laborers Is still undetermined
Most of them have been 111 on first ar
rival, though on rccovcilng they seem
tu hnve proved fair workers, The
United States cannot be depended upon
fur the labor suppl, since Americans
uie usunll) able to find mure profitable
The future of the islnnds politic nli
U uncertain. Dr. Joidnu belluvs ti
fenltftrlal foim of government will bo
th? best possible. The pit-sent I.egrj-
ilatuic Is composed principal! of na-
Ives, with a few Americans and one
HiiMlan. The legislative illicit ucy of
tho pe6plo will continually Implore
with experience. It Is Dr. Jordan's
opinion that the evil of corruption In
tho Legislature Is little to bo feared,
hs mercenary considerations do not
strong!) Intlucnce tho native Hawa
linns Ho believes, however, that It
probably would have been the wisest
to have Imposed a property qualifica
tion for voting. At present both the
Chinese and tho Japanese, who com
pose tho chief Industrial strength of
the Islands, ure excluded, and the qua
lification for others Is tho ability tn
read and write tlie English or Ameri
For groceries ring up IUuo 911.
MAURIIJD AT HUATTLn.
Gtorgo Wuterhouso and Miss Desslo
Ilurwcll were married at Seattle July
17. Tbo ceremony was performed nt
tho PI) mouth Congregational church ofJ
which tho in wen parents are promi
Tho Evening Ilulletln, 75 cents per
Vi New York, July 21. A spoclal "'
Kf to the Sun from ew Orleans 'i
Vi sa)s: A large party of Italhns ''J
Vi left here today under charge of sj
Dr. A. J. Fulton of New ork "J
Vi under contract to work on sugar Vi
Vi plantations In Hawaii The quar- VJ
tt! nntlne having kept Porto Illcans Vt
V. out and the Hawaiian planters ft
11' needing more labor, the) have Vt
Vi resolved to try aliens from Vi
Vi Louisiana,' as manv of them Vi
i'l have worked In sugar fields nnd VJ
ft understand the cultivation of VJ
vi sugar enne.. Several small par- vi
Vi ties hive- nlrcad) been taken to Vi
Vi Hawaii and have given such satis- Vi
Vi faction that the planters want '!
"i more. It Is said that tha.-Spreik- Vi
Vi els plantation alone has contract- Vi
ti ed for 2000 Italians. Another Vt
Vi party will leave next week, nnd Vi
I'.' shipments will be kept up weekly Vi
Vi until the number of laborers need- Vi
Vi ed In Hnwall Is secured. VI
Pa fm n fat M Ha "si fa lui f-a M F- t
Acting Governor Cooper signed a
commission today nppolntlng Dr. Wm.
M. Moore, n member of the Hoard of
Health In place of Dr. C. I., dan In
whose appointment failed of confirma
tion by the Senate. Commissions were
also signed reappointing Mrs. Eliza
beth Van Cleave Hall and Charles Lew
is Hopkins, commissioners of educa
tion. Tho two latter ate reappoint
ments. tj - -rJ -r Vu -n-' -r -r- -r -r- -s
Judge Estee Orders
Ah Qua. Deported
"This "r,'Tltor will not be made
n nursery for tbo feimle children of
mothers who remain In China," said
Judge l.stee tins morning, ns ne maun
on oral declslou In t.ie case of Ah Jmst inBt 011r hnoCiars on this aggre
Kwal. and ordered the l.-ear-nld Chl-saon for a 1)rl.f g)ace.
nese girl deported t the Orient. The. 0 K McGovney, Indiana University,
case had been tried with ability b) J. catcn,.r, grnduitto class '01: W. Hill,
J. Dunne for the prosecution nnl T. Harvard, short stop, gnduate class '01.
;icCnnts Stewart for the defense, lour lefmuil al,,slon to 'Varsity team on
witnesses had been produced to show j t Rrn,m(, r llaln5 m Xlh nl)(no
that .the defendant had been bom In the average as to approach professlon-
nawaii. . uie- cuun i..ie- ..1 ..o
festlniony b) sa)lng It was conllktlng
Improbable nnd Incredible and tailed
to convince that the defendant was
born here. 'The Court does not b-
lltvo that Ah (Jual was born here or
that Tihe has .1 home here, said tho
After examining one more witness
Yung loim Chow, a sixteen )ear old
Chinese was ulso ordere.l deported, he
l.avlng failed to establish Hawaiian
William M. Massle. a Scotchman, was
made a citizen of the United States.
Chief Justice Frear ami T. H. Gibson
vouching for him.
In the case of Charles Albert, second
maie 01 mo ai. .lames, vv. . luajer
wr.s appointed to defend.
DEPUTY NAKUINA DROPPED
Mom K Nakulna was dismissed I ' ! l-.-Mouogue short stop Un Iver
from the position of deput) registrar1 "' of Virginia class of 01; II. fa.
of accounts esterda) b Registrar " ltcl'1er' "le' c a" ,,f ,I:.nlJ'
Tlfuuu, Nakuhu ha I-cn In the olllce ,: ;, , " . '" .
six ears and has Ueu giu.nll) con- ' ". ',,"te' ,fleW- cJC."y
sldered as a hustling Mid Industrious Norm? h1 J,1cn,Ts C; OV '
ufllclal. W hen seen this morning by a , "' rl"1 M. UnUci.lljr of Mlm.eso-
' I (11 nlnua ,,f '(111
te discuss the matter, sa)lug, however.
that ho would proceed slowl.v tn filling,
the vacancy. Ho said that the letter of ,
.). ..u ... ilia, ..,.- ,v..-.
dismissal to Nakulna contained all the
reasons ho had to offer for chopping
him from the force.
Mr. Nakulna was also In no nioojl to
talk, he did not wish to exhibit the let
ter but said ho did not believe It con
tained the real reasons for his dismis
sal. "I think Mr. riirum holds ma
responsible for the protest the cop-
lata inmln In tlm Tfnnatii.it till Ut.Alr
nLrnlngr lmcpr fcjtlrirlpri lellicr nnlil tlimi
specified In the appropriations.. I do
wish, however, to add, that I did not
aspire to Mr. Thium:s position, thnt
there was' 110 con.plr.ir and that I
have not got a case of the big held
. , ,
l T i.ki.. fnr.ta,..1 . v.oa ... .v.
Owing to many not being able to
take advantage of our sale List
week, we will continue the sale
durine the balance of thiswetk.
SAME LOW I'HICES HIILE.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.
I05T Fort Street.
Transport Teachers Have
Arranged for Same
PUNAHOU THE PLACE
AND 3:38 THE TIME
There Will hi All Manner of Ex
citement Transport People
Will Turn Out in Force
to See Sport.
American college men ns a whole nre
lovers of sport. liascball Is the na
tional game of America. 1 he school
teachers aboard the transport Thomas
ate all college men from near!) every
State In the Union. Natural!) , they
lovo biicball and naturally there has
been more or less baseball talk among
the )oiiug men since tho departure
fiom San Francisco. The result has
been the formation of a team composed
of crack pla)ers from the Atlantic to
the Pacific Coast who now "'with to
cioss bats with any old team that Ho
nolulu has to offer The Stars being
the very first to run up against the
bo)s, liavo arranged a game that will
take place on the Puunbou grounds at
3.30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Ever) body knows what the Stars
can do. They stand on n par with the
Honolulu Athletic Club and will play
with the latter for the championship on
Satuiday next. If the efficiency of the
,....,.., Tiinll,.. .. 1. ,outocA
. 0 w Moore rillana Untver-
gltVi Beconil ba9ei calajn .varU,. tt,am
I)f -3!s nIlll -y9 aml ca,)ta of tnc lran.
1)0It Tholna8 tcam. tu Klrki r)Rlll
,,, Mtbottll SMe University, class
of ,,IS. a ,:, A Waltou. pitcher. New
Jeney Normal school, Trenton: Jas.
Nason. third base. University of Mln-
IlwoU( .00 paJcr on .,arglty tcam;
,. n. I'orte, rtrst base. University of
iun,,,,,,,, cags ot 'oo;pj)er on 'var-
git,-tcani of 't'S and manager of trans-
poit Thomas team; A. I. Eastern, left
lleMi j.rluct011i ,lllM of .01 a c..
K,8llcl ceUer ncIll Kansas Normal
Scho()li ltlaer on rmal school team.
The namt.s mentioned are those who
lu 1)rnualily play tomorrow afternoon
mt ,,clow u a ,9l of men ho may
,a)(c thu .,Ucei 0. U)me of tlicm.
II. S. Meade, Chicago University,
class of '00, II. J, Hawkins. Missouri
Slate University, class of '01; L. II.
Uouclll, centei field, Harvard, cl ii of
This showing made should certainly
be enough to call out a big crowd to
morrow afternoon. It Is a case of the
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CHII) friipiru It'riliui ui iitinun.
ocean bound and without a cable to
learn the litest In baseball matters.
The transport crowd will be out tu see
their men play. Honolulu peoplu
should turn out to see its representa
tives do n little batting nnd running.
No admission fee will be charged;
ever) thing will be for tho pure lovo
1 J' 8li0rt.
Dr. Evcrman, of tho Smithsonian In
stitute, who left here In care of a
tialned nurse Is slcadllv- Improving la
i""'1 l8 at f Jordan s home,
ill juu." auMjrtSk
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