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Visit to Big Island Is
By Local Men.
. SUCCESSFULLY PERFORMED
Hilo Elks Milk Is Pronounced To Be
of Excellent Flavor and a Brand
That Improves With
Its Old Age.
' fQnnMfit fnrrpannr
llllo. March 21. The arrival of the
steamer Klnau last Wednesday even'
Ing was tho signal for a largo gather
ing of tho people of llllo at tho Klnau
wharf, for tho purpose of extending a
heaity wclcomo to Bomo thirty-five
members of Honolulu Iod'go No. 616,
Benevolent Protection Order of Elks,
who mado the pilgrimage from Hono-
'lulu to Hllo for the purpose of tho In
BtalWlon ot Hllo Lodgo No. 769. 11. P,
O. E. "
The Honolulu No. file, or parent
lodge of the Hawaiian Islands, has
been In existence less than a year, and
In that short space of tlmo has erected
Its own homo at an expense of some
$8,000, where all brother "Elks" arc
we'eome at any time.
The Order of Elks has been In ex
Istcnce since 1808, at which tlmo New
York Lodgo No. 1 was then establish
ed, the growth being from the original
members, namely, the "Jolly Corks."
The objects of the. order aro simply
charity above all things, brotherly love
and the elevation of mankind general
ly. When tho order of "tlks" was In
stituted In Honolulu, little was thought
that the parent lodgo of tho Hawaiian
Ulands would be callcdupon to estab
lish a lodge at Hllo, and with such a
) Arrival at Hllo.
VThe herd of "Elks" with short nnd
liV,' antlers reached Hllo on the 19th
Inst, where they wero met bythe re
ception and other committees having
In chargo the entertaining of their dis
tinguished visitors. As the steamer
was being made fast to tho wharf the
Hllo band, attired In new white uni
forms, discoursed BWcet strains 61
Immediately upon landing tho Elks
were escorted In carriages to theli
corral (Hllo Hotel), and after many
expressions of good will and brotherly
Jove known only to an Elk. they were
escorted to their headquarters In
Sureckels' Hall, where the visitors
were then given the latch Key of the
City of Hllo.
Notwithstanding tho very smooth
passage of tho good phlp "Klnau" the
visiting "Elks" were In a condition to
give everything that was coming to
the best people on earth.
During the hours set apart for the
Installation of Hllo lodgo and the elec
tion of officers It was n pleasure to
look upon certain Individuals as they
rode astrldo of the noble back of tho
' animal which represents tho exalted
being of tho order.
After many speeches given by the
different members of t)o order touch
ing at length upon tho purposes for
which tho order was launched. It was
the pleasure of Grand Exalted 'District
Deputy of Honolulu Lodgo No. C1G, Dr.
C. I). Cooper, to call for nominations
for membership to Hllo Lodge No. 759.
bllowlng are the names ot those who
is the icason wo advertise.
If good work, good materials
and promptness means anything
to nu you want us to take
Ree our bamples on display at
Rice & Perkins,
Creaon Block, cor. Hotel
cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union.
became good Elks, as likewise tho
names of thoso who ob ofllccrs will
guldo tho affairs of tho local lodge:
Exalted Ruler, Reginald T. Guard.
Esteemed Leading Knight, W. C.
Esteemed Lecturing Knight, A.
Esteemed Loyal ICnlght, John
Esquire, A. It. Jackson.
Treasurer, C. A. Stoblo.
Secretary, Ollscn Bell.
Trustees, P. Peck, II. 8. Overend,
Arthur W. fficTiardson.
Following Is a list of members of
Hllo Lodge 759:
Ralph Balding. W. F. Balding. E. D.
Baldwin, Qllsen Bell, Fred Drayman,
E. Brumaghem, W. H. C. Campbell, W.
C. Cook, Oeorgo Dunckcr, j. D. Easton,
R. R. Elgin, II. T. Guard, L. W. Ha
worth, r. J. Heldt, Dr.'J. Holland, 13.
K. Holmes, B. F. Howland, J. H. How.
land, A. 11. Jackson, W. P. Jarvls, J,
D. Kennedy, Ronald C. Kennedy, 11. T.
Lake, F. C. LoBlond, L. F. J,cBlond,
W. H. Little. A. B. i-ocbenstcln, J. W.
Macintosh, W. S. McLean, Geo. 3.
McKenzle, W. McKay, E. C. Mcllor.
John T. Molr, II. S. Overend, P, Peck,
C. N. Prouty, Jr.. W. A. Purdy, I. E.
Ray, Dr. M. Rico, E. F. Richards, An-
thony Rlchlcy, J. Castlo Rldgway, B.
F. Schoen. I. B. Schoen, Dr. W. II
Schoenlng, J. M. Smith, C. A. Stoblo.
A. E. Sutton. Dr. M. Wachs, I,. M.
Whltohouse, W. S. Wise, E. F. Nichols
Milk of the Hllo Elk.
After tho lodgo was Instituted
through tho good work of tho Grand
Exalted Ruler, Dr. C. B. Cooper, the
members wero ushered Into tho Inner
room where Elks milk ana eatables
wero dispensed, and It was very no
tlccablo how naturally tho baby Elk
took his liquid food.
Purplo Is the color of the Elks, while
forget-me-nots Is tho flower of tho or
der, and known the world over for
their beauty of color and fragranco,
From tho time ot tho arrival of the
delegate from Honolulu on Wednesday
night up to their departure on Friday
morning, there was not an Idlo.mo
ment, and tho consensus of opinion
from the Honolulu contingent and tho
feelings expressed by each Individual
visiting member, more than compen
sated for tho tlmo and labor of tbo
various committees having thp enter
tainment In charge. .
.Many of tho visiting brother Elks
havo not been In illlo for years and
are not onTy pleased with their recep
tion, but with the general appearance
of tho city and Its commercial impor
tance Tho officers of Honolulu Ix)tlgo who
officiated at tho Installation of Hllo
Lodge were as follows:
Exalted Ruler, C. B. Cooper.
Esteemed Leading Knight,
Esteemed Loyal Knight, L. It,
Esteemed Lecturing Knight,
Esquire, F, M. Brooks.
Inner Guard, It. W. Foster.
Tyler, Ouy Livingstone.
Treasurer, Thos. Lloyd.
Secretary, II. C. Couzlns.
Mr. Deo also represented tho Board
of Trustees of the Honolulu Lodge.
Inthe Olaa District.
During tho afternoon of Thursday
tho visiting Elks wero convoyed on tho
Hllo Railroad system as far as 18 mlln
(Mountain Vlow), and wero afforded
an excellent opportunity to note tho
growth and development of tho Olaa
district while riding In tho special car,
"Hllo through miles of sugar cano In
all stages of growth,"
Returning at C:30 a reception was
held at Sprockets' Hall from 7:30 to
9:30, after which tho Elks, both with
and without antlers, sat down to a
banquet at Demosthenes Cafe, whore,
as will be observed by tho folio wins
mend nothing had been left undone by
the commlttco In chargo to mako this
end ot tho program one long to bo re
membered by tho visiting as well as
Tho largo dining rooms of the rufo
wero artistically and appropriately
draped for tho occasion, whllo the ta
bles wero illuminated at Intervals of
two feet apart with electric candelar
brae and colored effects.
At the rear ot tho dining room was
a largo painting of an Elk which stood
some ten feet In height
Oysters, Manhattan. '
Green Turtle Soup, Amontillado 1859.
Saratoga Chips, Laubenhelmcr 1889
Fresh Lobster, Mayonnaise,
Olives Stuffed with Caviare.
Pimolas, Celery, Radishes.
Frog's Legs, Parisian.
French Fried Potntocs. Asparagus.
Cardinal Punch. Cigarettes.
Mallard Duck. Obcr Ingolhelmer 1895.
Tenderloin of Boot with Mushrooms.
Green Peas. Duchesse Potatoes.
Champagne Jelly. Moet and Chnndon.
Marnroons. Lady Fingers.
NutB and Rnlslns. Coffee. Cigars.
Hon, Charles H, Dickey Favors
For the City of Honolulu
Hon. Charles" It. Dickey, Represent-,
ntlve for tho Third District In tho Leg
islature of tho Territory of Hawaii, Is
a firm believer In municipal govern
ment, and thinks It would be a benefit
to these Islands If a good municipal
law wero enacted.
By a good law, Mr. Dickey means
one that will give a clean government
with every publicity, no secrecy and
no opportunity for rascality through
secrecy. But Mr. Dickey uoes not fa
vor tho enactment of a county govern
ment bill. Ho sticks to municipal as
against county government.
Why Loan Bill Failed.
The Representative from Maul is op
posed to a special session of the Legis
lature, but ho regrets that the Loan bill
was not passed by the present Legis
lature when In session. "This," said
Mr. Dlkey, "could have been done but
for the nctlon ot Hdltor Edmund Nor
rle and Robert Boyd. They alone aro
responsible, because they prevented
the passage ot tho Loan bill by Induc
ing members to lcavo the chamber and
by keeping them away all the ovenlng
of tho last day ot tho session. We
watted till past 11 o'clock that night,
bttt the members, sufficient to make a
quorum, did not return, and for thin
Norrlo and Robert Boyd are respon
sible, It was hoped that an extra ses
sion of the Legislature would be called
to pass a Loan bill, but In tnls the rec
reant members have', I am glad to say,
For Municipal Government.
When asked why ho favored a mu
nicipal government policy, Represent
ative Dickey said:
"In the first place, I do not feel that
a city ot the size -and Importance ot
Honolulu should bo at the beck and
call of Territorial legislators. Consid
er the size and Importance of this city
nnd what It will grow to In a few
CARTER'S NEAT TRICK
Brought Rnshlne Horse to a Stand
On Pacific Mail Wharf at
One o'clock This
Customs Inspector Charles Carter
brought a wild runaway to a neat
standstill on the Pacific Mall dock
about 1 o'clock this morning while on
his otherwise lonely watch .
Carter was near the main gate when
a black cloud passed him with a thun
derous noise. It took him about two
seconds to find out that tho cloud was
made up ot equal portions of hack and
horse. No human being seemed to be
In the hack, nor was there a driver
The rushing horse, not wanting to
tun Into the ship Edward Sewall,
swerved toward a gangway and a big
bell buoy which was lying on tho
wharf. Carter acjed quickly, made n
dash for the frightened beast and man
aged to bring It to a standstill before
any damage was done. Carter had a
narrow escape for his lite, being with
in an Inch ot being crushed between
tho hack and a post.
Tho hack was No. 116. The horse
started running from up town some
where, racing down Fort street at a
The horso Is evidently used to going
to steamers at the Pacific Mall wharf.
He took ,the hack through the
narrpw gate without even breaking a
lamp. A runaway on the wharf was
about the last thing Inspector Carter
oxpected at this time In tho morning.
After Inspector Carter had secured
the horse, saving both horse and rig
from any damage, the hack was taken
up town by a police officer.
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By a unanimous wish of tho Elks W,
Cook officiated as toastmaker, and the
toasts covered the following:
Tho President of the United States
Bro. A. B. Locbcnsteln.
B. P. O. E. D. D. G. E. R., C. B.
Honolulu Lodge C1C. Francis M.
Hllo Lodgo tfo. 759. Bro. Elmer E.
The Town of Hllo. Bro. Philip Peck,
Tho Ladles, Bro. Homer Ross.
In addition to tho above many of the
members of tho order acquitted them-
years tlmo. Honolulu snoum nave an
Independent "government nnd should
not bo Interfered with In the man
agement ot its affairs by any country
members. This being tho highway of
the Pacific, tho people will see to It
that good municipal gvernment Is
firmly e&tabflshed for their own cred
it." Legislator Prepares a BUI.
Representative Dickey Is so much
Interested In municipal government
for this Territory that ho haB prepared
a bill on the subject. It Ib, Mr. Dickey
says, very like tho draft of tho act pro
viding for tbo organization and Incor
poration qf municipalities that Is be
ing published In tho Sunday Bulletin.
So great Is tho resemblance In somo
parts tbaV Mr. Dickey has compare!
the text of his own Act with that of
the Bulletin Act at different times,
wondering If anybody had been able
to secure and glvo away tho text of
his document. But Representative
Dickey's Act Is somewhat shorter than
that which tho Sunday Bulletin Is pub
lishing and la subdivided only Into six
articles, whereas tho Bulletin Act con
Leave School Ssystem Alone.
In ono feature Mr. Dickey disap
proves of tho ordinary municipal gov
ernment being applied to Honolulu.
This Is In relation to tho schools. lit)
"I favor the school system of the
Territory being loft exactly as it It to
day. In my Judgment It should not bo
disturbed, because I think tho schools
havo been brought to a high state "of
perfection under existing arrange
ments and management, 1 should dis
like very much to see the schools b
come a mere political machine as they
so often aro when under municipal
control. It might be advisable ftrjlio
municipality to havo somo local
schools In Honolulu under Its control.
I selves admirably, and when tho last
song was sung and thehour camo for
parting many wore tho expressions of
regret expressed by thoso present.
Sad Departing Guests.
As tho steamer left the wharf on
Friday morning on hor return trip to
Honolulu, tho visiting officers and
delegates wero given n-rousing send
off. The local band playing several ap
propriate airs, and as tho flagship of
the Wilder Steamship Company turned
her noso seaward, tho enterprising
people of Hilo which crowded the
wharf gavo many a rousing cheer and
"aloha" for their departing guests.
Dr. Cooper on the Stampede.
Dr. C. II. Cooper, District Deputy
Grand Exalted Ruler of the "Best Peo
ple on Earth," wns asked last night
about the stampede ot Elks to llllo.
"We were tho recipients of magnifi
cent hospitality," said the doctor. "The
people met us at the boat with tho
band and had carriages waiting to take
us to the hotel.
"I stayed at the handsome home of
Dr. It. II. Held In Rlvcrsldo Park,
where I was treated to tho best of
"Wo were taken In chargo by the
best peoplo ot tho town business men
planters, tho representative men of
Hilo who entertained us royally In
every possible way.
"Hero Is the menu of the banquet,
Isn't It beautiful? And this Is the
gavel they presented to me. You can
not lay It on too thick to express the
appreciation of tho Honolulu Elks for
the splendid treatment accorded us in
The menu exhibited Is In the form
of an artistic booklet, every page hav
ing Its especial decoration. An elk's
head In gold Is the frontispiece. The
gavel Is of native woods richly bedlght
with golden ornaments and beautiful
ly Inscribed upon a heavy gold plate
to Dr, Cooper. A prettier emblem of
a chairman's authority was surely
Tho shoot for the championship bc
iwccii wi-imiy ouerm '"""'""'"
nnl Pnntnln T'nrlcpr'n tf-nnig. which
took place yesterday afternoon, re
sulted In favor of the latter with the
score 385 to 358.
Tho Individual scores wero as fol
lows: Chllllngwortb, 40; Leslie, 33;
Gumpher, 33; Nellsen, 39; Duvauchclle,
41; Kuplhe, 36; Elvln, 44; 8. Parker.
36; McCormlck, 30; K. Parker, 26,
making a total ot 358,
Captain Parker, 36; Captain Kanae,
37; F. Knnae, 34; G, Iluhbcll, 41; O.
Wills, 42; Kawalaea, 40; Keopuhlwa,
L 43; Gardner, 41; Kalaklcla, 37; J.
Thomas, 34, making n total of 385.
but I do not believe In disturbing th
existing Territorial system."
Question of Taxation.
"Do you think that taxation would
be Increased under a syBtcm of munlcl
pal government" was the next ques
tion asked ot Mr. Dickey.
ycsj to somo slight extent, was
tho reply. "But somo of tho regular
taxes now collected by tho Territory
should bo turned over to tho munici
pality. Then tho city could keep work
on lti roads and bridges In full swing.
Tho city should havo chargo of Its
wharves and landings. The Board ol
Health should bo local with full con
trol of all sanitary matters pertaining
to Honolulu. Care of the lepers and
ot the Insane would naturally bo In the
hands of tho Territorial Government
Tho hospital Is a private Institution
and would doubtless remain so, for the
present at any rate. The Federal Gov
crnment should dredge and otherwise
Improve the harbor, for It Is to Its best
Interests to do so."
Officials of the Municipality.
"How about municipal olTTcers, Mr
"Of course, wc should elect our
Mayor and Councllmen," replied the
legislator from Maui. "But all othet
officials should, in my Judgment, be
appointed by tho Mayor, oxccptlng the
Controller, who should he tho people's
choice. He will hnvo absoluto control
and inspection of nil municipal flnnn
ccs. Just as tho Mayor should. They
must be able to cxamlnc,any a,nd nl
departmental accounts at any and alt
times. Even-thing must bo open and
above, board- wltn tho fullest "infornia
tlon furnished to tho public regarding
tbo expenditure of their money, con
tributed In the shape of taxes for the
government of their municipality. Es
pecially should there bo publicity In
regard to the granting of all Iran
chines, their management and tholt
SEN0R CANAYARRO IS
Reeurn of Their Consul Is Fittingly
Celebrated By Colony, Which Turns
Out in Forw With
Senor A. de Souza Canavarro waB
tendered an enthusiastic reception at
St. Antonio Hall last evening by tho
Portuguese colony of Honolulu. Tho
hall had been beautifully decorated
with Portuguese and American flags
and tropical plants, flowers and maid
en hair ferns. Seated In a circle
around tho hall were the elite of the
fair portion of the Portuguese colony,
dressed as If bent on a great holiday,
Exactly at 8 o'clock Senor do Souza
Canavarro entered tho hall escorted by
M. A. Gonsalves and M. G. Sllva. Whllo
the commltteo was escorting the Con
sul to his scat, tho Concordia band,
hidden behind a bower of palms and
flowers, played tho Portuguese Nation
al Anthem. In a moment tbo audlenco
were on their feet and, proceeding In
Indian file, passed by their Consul
with words of welcome and greeting.
In a few happy words Senor Cana
varro addressed his countrymen and
told them how happy he was to be
among them again. "Portugal Is
beautiful country," said ho, "but can
not bo compared In any way with tho
Paradlso of tho Pacific. Here you
have your families; hero you have
your business; herd you are making a
good and honest living. Bo loyal to
this country; glvo her your lovo and
your devotion, Think, sometimes ot
your mother country, Portugal, but al
ways rcmomber that Hawaii Is now
your land; that you are her citizens
- (nnil t)mt ym, tollgt (lo your t,pgt to.
wardg wiping In Its development and
During tho reception the Concordia
hand, with tho Portuguese members of
tho Hawaiian band, played national
airs which were much applauded.
After tho reception a concert was
given, tho full program wob as fo"ows:
1. Hymno Portuguez.
Miss May Gonsalvea.
2. Liberty Hell
Miss Lottlo Marcalllno.
3. Salon Btutto.
MIbs Adollno Franu.
4. Magnetic Sounds.
Misses Mary and Lily Salter,
5. PlanoTlolo Fairy Barque.
Miss Maggie Holllnger.
C. Song They Can't Do It You Know
Piano, Miss Lottie Marcalllno,
Violin, Miss LIIIIo Salter.
7. Piano Duct Gallop.
Misses May and Clotilda Gonsnlves.
S. Piano Solo, Waltz Edelweiss Glide.
Miss Loulso Salter.
9. Scarf Drill, with I'lano Mary Salter
Misses Nellie and Maggie Carey, Mary
Monlz, Phllomcna Perry, Nelllo
Holllnger, Olympla Franca,
Anlo Gonsalves, Clotilda
10. Blue Bells of Scotland.
I'lano, .Miss Louise Salter.
Violins, Misses Annie Gonsalves
and Llllle Salter,
11. The Holy City.
Misses Mary Salter, tattle Marcalllno
and Lilly Salter .
12. .My Queen Waltz.
. Miss Clotilda Gonsalves.
13. Piano Duet St. Paul Waltz.
MtSf.es Maggie Holllnger and Adeline
14. I'lano Solo Write n Letter From
Miss Mary Salter.
15. Corrlne Grand March .
Miss Lottlo Marcalllno.
After tho concert Captain Bcrgef's
orchestra took possession1 of the plat
form and until a lato hour kept the
young people dnnclng.
Among thoso present wero S. M. Da
mon, M. G. Sllva. Tom Holllnger. Dr,
Alvarez. Mons. A. Vlzzavona, M. Mer
tons. Dr. and Mrs. Camp, Mrs. Hollln
ger, Major Camara, E. Hutchinson, J.
A. nnd Mrs, Gomez, M. A. C. and Mrs,
Sylva, M. L. Nuncs, A. Nasclenncnto,
Vincent Fernandez, E. M. Boyd. Mrs.
and Miss Franca, Mrs. Salter and tho
A. 6. KHM
This" morning, a little after 12.
o'clock. A. 11. Scrlmgeour died sudden
ly nt his residence on Fort street from;
heart failure. The deceased, who Is,
ery well known In this city, has been
hero for a number of years. He was ni
well known accountant but recently
had been conducting a harness busi
ness on the corner of Fort and King
Tho deceased, who leaves no rela
tives here, was a' member of Hawaiian
I.odge. No. 21 nnd also a Scottish Rite
The funeral will take place from the
Masonic Temple at 3 p .m. today. The
Interment will take place In the Ma
sonic plot In the Nuuanti cemetery. All
members of tho fraternity nnd friends
are Invited to attend.
There was ono feature of the pro
gram which failed to materialize.
namely Professor Leonard's balloon
UM.-MH. i no a.To.mui was on me spoi ( finally stopped by tho backs. Black
as was also his apparatus and a vast raan nKan gccurC(j tno ba and ran lt
crowd or small boys who gained n-
trance across tho fence and surround
ed tho balloon with overstruck wonder.
Once tho parachute made a flop and
folded out In the air but that was all,
as tho strong wind which prevailed
would havo mado a trip skywards fool
hardy to say tho leaBt of It.
Last but not least Professor Ber
gcr'a genial prcsenco with tho band
waB much appreciated by those pres
ent and as flio threatening rain, with
the exception of a few dlzzllng show
ers, kept marry away, thoso who at
tended tho gamo evidently enjoyed
S, S. SIERRA, MARCH 25,
Next express steamer to the Coast
Wells, Fargo & Co, Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American
Just come to town. Sec tlicm in our window.
The dandy is so simple and convenient as to
make shoe-polisliing a pleasure. I lolds the shoe
before yon in a rigid position while you apply
friction with a flannel rag. Adjustable to any
size shoe and is
Nickeled and handsomely finished, wolghB only two
pounds and Is removablo when not in use Three sizes
of lasts with each shiner.
I Manufacturers Shoe Store 1
IOGT FORT ST. S
Scored Five Goals to the
One Made by Rest
SEES GOOD GAME
Both Teams Play WellWind Was
Bothersome Prof. Leonard
Wisely Remains on
Tho Association football game play
ed on the Punahou grounds yesterday
afternoon for the benefit of the McKIn
ley Memorial Fund was not such a
financial success as had been expected.
For this both tho bad weather and tho
fact that the Punahou and tho Kame
hamcha athletes had their Held meet
at Kaplolanl Park, also in the after- '
noon, were probably responsible. . Tho
small crowd which witnessed the grmo
despite rain and counter attractions
certainly got Its money's worth as a
good gamo was put up by both sides.
Tho gamo started a few minutes nf
tcr 4 o'clock, tho teams resolutely
deciding to go ahead and play Instead
of waiting for several lata players. On
the Scotch team Boylo and Kay wero
both mlBslng. Boylo arrived on tho
scene after about 20 minutes' play and
Flddes plucklly took Kay's place to
wards tho end of tho first halt desplto
tho fact that he was Just out of bed
after about a weeks Illness. On tho
World's team Lansdole and SimpBui
wero both late.
Worlds Play With the Wind.
Captain Blackman ot the combina
tion team won tho toss and decided
to defend tho Walklkt goal. This gavo
this team the wind In Its favor. Right
from the starting of the game tho
wind, which was very changeable and
Jerky, continually sent tne ball out ot
bounds on the makal side of the field
and made good Judgment In kicking a
'very hard thing. Morse got tho ball
and carried It down well towards tho
Scotch goal. He mado a kick for It
but missed It. Cockburn made a pass
to McWhlrter who centered tn hall
excellently from tho wing but no re
sult was obtained.
Morse passed to Blackman who
handled tho ball well until ho was
down right In front of tho Scotch goal.
Ho was Just going to make a shot for
It when McGill, coming from behind,
wrested It from him, the ball passing
over the line. Tho resulting corner
for tho Worlds was kicked by Churtou
but no profit was derived from It.
Dusenberg Saves the Situation.
McWhlrter got the ball and kept It
in front ot the World's goal for quite)
n while until Anally Dusenberg saved
tho situation. Morso now took tho
sphere and carried It down well until
he was stopped by R. Anderson.
Blackman got In a shot for the Scotch
goal but the kick was rather weak
and Fcnwlch saved his goal with ease.
Morso passed tho ball to Blackman
who took care of lt for some tlmn until
it was finally taken away from him by
tho Scotch backs, MrGIll and Ander
son, who put up an excellent defense.
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