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THEM IIN EARLY
Von. X. No 2131
HONOLUIjU. TKKK1TOKY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY APRIL 25, 1002
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Ml Hll; MONDAY
James Robinson Estate
Valued At Neariy
JUDGE HUMPHREYS DENIES
MRS. IIAYSELDEN'S PETITION
Ancient Mortgage Foreclosure Suit
Magooo's Inadvertent Mortgage
Result of Delay In
Judge Humphreys today denied tho
Petition of Talula L. Haysclden for an
order to David Dayton, trustee of the
estate of Walter M. Gibson, to pay
her the sum of $3508.94 for reasons
stated In her petition.
A commission to Halscy W, Allen
of Redlands, Cal., to take the testi
mony of certain witnesses In tho ad
ministration of the estate of Malvlna J.
Howell, has been signed by Judge Hum
phreys. Judge Robinson has taken the bill to
foreclose mortgage of Makalo against
Adnmu and Albert Horner under ad
visement. The land is situated nt Ko
kualele, Hamakua. It Is an old suit,
the summons having been Issued by
Judge I'erry In the Circuit Court on
June 5, 1899. The mortgage was made
on April 11, 1SSI.
Judge Robinson is hearing the equity
case of J. Alfred Mngoon and wife
against Chin Kcc Qnnu and Ang Ton
this afternoon, The plaintiffs allcgo a
misunderstanding to their gieat (lis
advantago In a lcaso made by them lo
defendants and arc seeking lo havu
the instrument canceled.
Isaac Harbottlo answers the com
plaint of Lowers & Cooke Ltd., saying
It Is Incorrect and Improper and deny
ing all Its claims.
Henry Smith, master, has rendered a
icport on tho annual account of S, C.
Allen und M. 1'. Robinson, trustees tin
der the will of James Robinson. A
question of commissions Is submitted
to the court. The receipts for the past
e.nr were $63,090.18 and payments
$01.45.!.5t, leaving a cash balance of
$J2.! iiJ. Following Is tho Inventory:
Real estate $ 29,493 i5
M "fKohitlaSugar Co. Block
kjn.iuouMiiAi,.iiii.... "," w
JftValluku Sugar Co. stock . . 9.009 60 1
Ileal estate Investments . . . 12,500 00 goods to Hawaii, this, however. Is a
Oahu Hallway & Land Co. matter that will not be decided until
l""1 17.000 00the Honolulu branch Is actually ea-
lino nanway io uonus ... i ew.uuu uu
Illlts receivable 24,550 00
Cash In hand 2.213 62
Total value of estate .. .$299,298 87
Tho Supreme Court has set the Ka
mulo Sugar Co. cuso for Monday next.
ThU morning the court heard tho mo
tion of plaintiffs for remittitur In the
(quit) case of l.um Ah I.ce ct nl. vs.
All Soong ct al. A decision of the Su
preme Court on April 20, 1901, reversed
a decree of the Circuit Judge of tho
First Judicial circuit, cured ng tliat'i,.,, ..(. ,!.,. . .i. i...i. .. i....
the cause be remanded to him for ,-o-
ceedlngs In accordance with the deci
sion A remittitur was duly mado out
but through Inadvertence was not pre-M-nted
to the clerk for signature with
in the prescribed ten days Attorney
Peterson, making affidavit lo this ef
fect, further says "that there has been
no opportunity until very recently for
the hearing of said cause upon Ita
merits by a Circuit Judge of the Plrst
Clicult of tho Territory of Haw-all,
there having been absences from tho
bench nt Circuit Judges of the l'lrtst
Circuit, tho time of tho judges of tho
bald Circuit, when present, being taken
up almost entlicly with the ti lal of law
cases" Peterson & Matthew man and
Smith & I.euH for plaintiffs; Itobert
3on & Wilder for defendants.
The First National at 74 N. King
stieet makee a specialty of mixed
depends on tho knowl
edge of tho artist taking
It and on tho facilities
and care used.
Our photos hnvo pleas
c d many and disappoint
Will J oil hnvo us please
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel
Entrance on Union.
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ARMOUR & COMPANY
TO HAVE BRANCH 11EI1E
Chicago House Realizes Importance
of Hawaii Firm's Represent
ative Soon to Establish Office
In this City.
Honolulu U soon to have a branch
house of Armour & Company, tbe big
stock yards people and packers of Chi
cago. Henry E. Barber, who has represent
ed the Arm for the last twenty-flvs
years and who arrived bete from the
Orient several da)s ago, resuming his
Journey to tho Coast hi the Nippon
Mom last night, said that the company
would establish a branch house hern
Another representative of Armour
& Co. will come to Honolulu lo make
the necessary arrangements, A build
ing will have to be secured, storehouse
and offices established and arrange
ments made tor the transportation of
the canned goods from Chicago and
It Is possible that the company will
erect a building of Its own In some
central locality In this city, but these
matters will be looked after by a man
who will be specially scut here by Ar
mour & Co, after the arrival of Mr.
Ilarbcr In Chicago. ,
Mr. Barber has been many metithi
absent from Chicago, traveling the
Orient and the Philippines, so that ho
could afford to spend hut a short time
In Honolulu on the return trip
The establishment of a branch of the
big Chicago packing house In Hawaii
will mean a big come-down In the price
of tinned meats, beef extracts, hams
baron, smoked beef and all other thing
handled by Armour & Co
Armour & Co, will not hnvo n slaugh
ter house here and will pack nothing
of Hawaiian production. "There's
nothing here -worth hanrillngjn Hint
line." said Mr Barber. "It would cost
too much to bring feed from the Main
land to raise stock for killing here.'
Honolulu will have a distributing
agency, a branch storehouse, a branch
market of Armour & Co., hut no pack
ing will be done In these Islands.
With a brunch of the great packing
house In Honolulu, high price In local
meat markets will not be felt us mud)
as they are now. .
Ooods for Honolulu will be shipped
from Chicago via Seattle, or direct from
the Seattle house. It Is possible that
me inooo navigation company win
got the contract to carry Armour's
, tub! shed
Mr. Uarbcr Is most enthusiastic over
the future possibilities of Haw-all. Ha-
wan, wun me rnciuc cnuie witntn n
few months, and the Nicaraguan canal
within a few years, will he of vast Im
portance as a supply station and a
point of distribution for evcrjthlng
from tanned beef to armed troops.
"When the door of China Is pushed
a little further open by the commcr-
I dally aggressive American nnd the
, am-greedy European." savs Mr. liar
j s,greg nro washed by the Pacific will
rome to know n business which Is
hardly kuown todnj by the countries
of the Atlantic "
THE WAUDR StASON.
The season sale of seats for the
I'rcderlck Wardc engagement opened
nt Wall, Nichols Co. this morning. Mr
warde opens In that famous obi unman
tragedy, "Virginias," on Thursday
May 8, This play has alwajs been ono
of Mr, Warde's triumphs, nnd It Is tuM
to bring out the best points of bis sup
porting companv. among whom are
Charles D. Herman, Barry Johnstone.
Francis I). McGinn, John H. Hyncs,
Harry C llarton, Kennle O. Mcl.eod,
Harry M. O'Connor Misses Antoinette
Ashton, Virginia Diew Trcscott, May
Wardc, Aileen Ileitclle, and a number
of others. Mr. Warde and twenty
three of his company sail from San
Francisco next Thursday in tho Sono
ma, and arc due here May 7. He Is
bringing complete scenic productions
and all the accessories of the plays lm
presents In Honolulu,
SUIT AGAINST AMWliC.
The Good Hope Ilulldlug Association
has brought suit lu the Circuit Court
of the First Circuit against Frederick
J. Amweg nnd Ulanche H Amweg for
the recovery of $1,201 GO with Interest
from December 19, 1901. The plalntllt
claims that judgment was duly entered
and tiled in behalf of tho plaintiff
against the defendants In tho Court of
Common Pleus, County of Philadelphia,
In December of 1901 and that, up to this
time nothing has been paid to plain
tiff. Andrews, Peters & Andrade for
The police were out last night after
Muranaka, the Japaneso who shot at
Watahara in Kamolllili yrstcrday
morning. Ono of the officers was Jutt
about to pounco upon the fellow when
tome of the Japanese who were with
him at the time gave the alarm and tho
fellow escaped. It Is expected that he
will be landed ut the police station today.
Two Million Dollars
A largely attended spe lal met ting
I'fthe Mcllryde Uugur Company was
held In the hall above Castlo &
Ccoki-'s oITIees this nimnliig The
bisliiess was to consider and vote on
a proposition to imreuHe the bonded
Indebtedness of the company and to
bond the property nnd nxsetK of said
t'.'tupan) for that putpose, and to de
termine by vote any and all questions
IK reseat. v or proper to rfeduuto the
ild proposition or Incident thereto.
The icsoliillon covering the que
tlou of n new bond Issue wuh then In
lloduced. It nuthorlrcH the Ixxunnc n
of a $2 000.000 bond lsmie $i"0.oou of
hlch Is to be reserved to pav off tlm
original bond Issue or that am.iutit.
I he directors reserve the. right In de
ter the Dttvinent of tho otlglnal bond
Usue but they must alwas ieeivt
the $760,000 by way of a margin '
After the resolution hnd been see-
onded. It was opened up ror dine us
rlon and II I' Dllllnghani spoke at
some length on the soumlness or th'
Irsiianee of a new bond. Mr Hilling
bum spoke. In substance, ns follows,
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"Hip pro pos uion is jiisi mis. i ne - - '
i... ' .k,.i - win n,iv..,,...'ll'lK country has b.-en the reason for
i,y the end of the year. If contcmpla , '"' '""'"R ofr of dividends aficl rans
d Impi-ovoments aie to bo made, near ' " "" r"b- ",- ",oc, ,0 'III," '" '
$900.(100 on hook nccount The Is
lie of bonilM In the sum of $7.10 0110. "In cases or bonding tho plnnta-outstanding.-were
told nt par twoltl"H" If a surflc lent Issue Is made and
jears ago. bWs.jjire sold to meet the lequlre
"At the lime that the $750 000 bond mints of capital Investments, the cllv
Utile had been made theiu was enly !'' ""Is wciuld have been paid ncconl
a small percentage or the capital stock l" H' cainliigs people wdihl have
colled In and bonds nt par for tho pur- '' "" " "''t "'" matuilng as
cbiso or tho mill and partly to meet ' m-sinents mid would have been saved
tb( recjuliements or the plantation ox H '"i foiling stin-ks Into tho'ninrlet
pii.illtiiirH whlih rail tor nione) lust r' "'" vvlilih lias led to the gi.-nt ele-l.-
than the flnanrlal eondltlnn or the pieciatloii In all plantation stocks,
c-caiitry will admit. placing them at one halt their Intrin
'Quito u poitlon of the bonds vve.'rojv'-'e" value
tI n JiJ .one or thejiiost cons.-rva
live- tlrniH In town Since the bonds
were sold there have been expended mimes of seve-i.il plantations that bad
over ono and one-half millions nddl- l.cen iiiidet bonde el I Included Mr
t'.nnal money, lu coin. Itijde and said that this plantation
The stock Is all paid up with thee
exception or the amount delinquent
about $1.10.1100. representing rome fioin one-and one buir lo two millions
(000 shares. Then there vvns $'iii of elollais to elevetop tho estato to Its
raid up stock, at par, In the tteasury. lull capacity Tills wnubl be n total
not Issued out of the $.l,Tio,nilft There Investment of fioin five to live nnd
1 as been n total or $5.)00.0n0 expend one hair millions of dollars and a
id nn the plantation, this Including piopeity instlng lat amount should
lilt- pun base of llk-ele plantation and b consldeii-il a safe nnd gilt edge so
the like. 'ciillv If bonded nt. say lo or 50 per
"llc-foro Icnvlng Ran Francisco on enit ot tho ae timl coft. j
n last trip I received u letter fioni "The- iepl from too bond ilc-allng
'A' A. Kinney sajlng that tho Ikmip banker was to the effoct Hint they al-1
or bonds wus less than It ought to wns advised In lisulng bonds that
r V Aft fmfl rMP"i NriMM lA rX l - V lii e n
Mi io an
Quarantine Station Land
SCHOONER FRANK 'W.HOWE
LIBELS ARE CONTINUED
Motion For New Trial of Honolulu
P.aotation Co, Condemnation Suit
Deferred Distilling Trial
Negotiations are In progress for a
settlement of tho Quarantine station
land dispute. District Attorney Ilreck
one announced, at the opening of the
United States District Court this morn
ing, that a stipulation would bo filed to
continue the case pending negotiations
for a settlement. Judge i:stee accord
ingly excused all of the Jury panel ex
cepting those engaged lu the Castunlm
This was the return day for tho com
plaints of Hall and Woods and McAl-
lister ct al., respectively, against tho
schooner Frank W. Howe. Murshal 13
It. Hendry, by order of the court, made
proclamation calling tho respondent
but thero was no response save the echo
of tils voice through tho historic corri
dors of the temple of Justice
J. J, Dunne of counsel for llbcllnnt,
when the Marshal's roport was entered
stated that negotiations wcro pending
for the settlement of the cases In the
hi ve been Then- should have been o thr siioitld bo a margin In excess of
Hi'nident iiuu win to see tho plantation the actual requirements, rather than
tmougb In the enne of an rmergeney tint tlie plantation should bo under
Honevei, those who took the bonds liondcd, Hueh n state of affairs as tho
I tid Insisted on a $T."O,iin0 Issue. Win n ' bitter would not lio In tho Interests of
that amount had been expended.
vmic found necetmar) to dtaw on
ili test of the balanic.
"1 nut this before a banking
tern that deals liimelv In bonds nnd
explained the (IriunmtnmeH and le
iji-l lenls nnd expressed the opinion
that It was n mistake, commonly
nipile In these Islands, of maklifg the
Issue or bonds Insufficient to meet the
HqulrenicntH thus plating the plan
tullons (iniceiiieil In n position where
II have been obliged In onie In
Istnnn'H to use nil the earnings fioin
' ftiika for n number of venrs.
Tills was the eiisa with IMn Inn
latlon. vvh In consequence of the
mxier capitalization, was obliged to
li'fp all the protlts for nearl) six
e.iin b.ieire tlie could pa etlvldends.
p.ijlng tin pi-nnanent Improvenients
ot of piollts which otherwise would
hnve- been paid to the stockholders
Tl.lri liii-tlinil nt flnnnrlner frenerntl In
"To get the views of.tbei pintles
with whom I spoke. I mentioned the
wciilil proniilil) lequfre in nddltlon to
tl.e par value- of the rnpltal stock,
Vniiii- llrfillif.iH u tin 1lllel their
I...-. I ln.u .... III. Illlli. (d1tlt.il In fll.l'
llt'.niimii ii'in mi tit. i i. .in' .1-...1..4 ... ...u
harbor near the lighthouse and h
mnnngo half u dozen gasollno launches.
eir.. mnlillii? nrrilllL'PmelltK to recover a
large anchor which was lost outside
the harbor by the big steel windjammer
Arthur Scwall when bIio was gnuing
away from this port last year. Tim
anchor, with fifty fathoms of chain,
was lost by tho Scwall, while shu was
getting to sea, by somC caJTTcssncss ou
the part of tho crew. Tho Sew nil Is
now In port loading sugar for New
York and will soon take her departuro
for around the Horn.
It Is planned to recover the anchor
so that the Sew nil can take It ulong
with her. The Young lirotbera will lo
cate the mud-hook, attach a lino to It
and pass the lino to the Sewall as she
lies off tho harbor preparatory to sot
ting sal, so that the ship can hoist tho
Tho anchor has been looked for for
somo tlmo by various persons; Tho
Young Brothers think they Tiave now
succeeded In locating It and expect
that they will be ablo to reach It. It
lies In about twenty fathoms.
Jnj Ha l-a F- Pa Pa Pa (m Pa Pa Ps Pa Pa
Interest of all parties and moved for a
continuance of ono week. Tho motion
Judge Kstee, at the Instanco of As
sistant District Attorney Dunne, con
tinued lhc hearing of motion for n new
trial of United States vs. Honolulu
Plantation Company until Monday,
Tho trial of Manuel and Frank Cas
tanha for Illicit distillation of liquor
then proceeded. Chung I'oon, a Chi-
nrso policeman, was called and, being
found able to communicate fluently In
Hawaiian, was examined In that lan
guage. The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
nil aim f FJ ASKED
bondholders. Any mirpliifC .In bonds
Ki ii til be tied up lu trusts to the satis
laitlou of the fionilholiliTu nnd held
I-"' " cxpicss purpose only of jiro
'"'fc capital for the capital oxpendl
"'. thereby Increasing the security
,f l"ds A bunded Issue of 75 per
nt or the ol or the pinperty is rro
ll" " made.
' " ns argued bj the parties refer
f'd that sugar is ns liiucli a staple
article ns an) of the leading Indus
tiles lu the world such as steel lion,
wool, cotton and the like and that the
bends on llrst class plantations own-
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'"sldere,l a gilt edge security If not
li.iliilecl over 31 1-8 to . per ceni.
In the present ease this Issue may
be en that $l,50.0tio or $1,750,000 may
be sold to lefuud the present bonded
nnd Moating Indebtedness or the pres-
nt bonds nin bu allowed to stand and
un amount or the new Issue sufficient
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trust for that purinise The present
I. 'lie of bonds does not msture until
Itilo. but may bo c-alled'at the option
of the company befoie 1905.
"This method or allowing nn old Is
Mi - to stand hilng provided ror by n
in w Issue, is a common method In
Ill-am lug large undertakings.
'In regaid to the now Issuo of
bonds of $2,000 (Mill. It Is supposed nnd
expected that there will be u balance
he Id In trust for any future coullngen
etc s wbli h may arise
lu te-gard to the- value of these
lends sny JJudiionn, (ir lens than in
p. i cent of the actual cost of the plan
tiit'on, 1 contend and believe that
,,.,. uru ai( R1H, Ft,tllrl. fr ,nTeitt,
in-lit us may be found among the best
Industrial enterprises of the world,
With all elile ilefrl'cme to thee opinion
ol the Plrst Judge ol the Circuit Court.
, Ilia,lltnn ,llnt ,h(. ,,,, i n, ,,,
lmdlng enterprises or t.its country
recognized ns the best piopcrty In tho
coiintij, are second to none In the
'Sugar is now nel.uoweldgecl to be
a staple article ol nieichaiidlse. and
nn long ns any or the staple nr'lcles
of commerce are iirhllnucd to be used
sugar will hold Its own.
"In regard to our holding our own lu
the successful pioductlou of sugar
(Continued on pago 8.)
a rx r fe fx to f fji fa ris
Wo0hnil Affr fill tuTal &
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MAY INCREASE CAPITAL
TO ONE MILLION DOLLARS
Secretay Ivers Says the Changes Do
Not Necessarily Imply the
Starting of a Sugar
An application for amendments to
its charter has been filed In tho Tcrrl
teir'al Treasurer s oftlco by tho Walo-
hir.ii Agricultural and Grazing Com-
p:iiy. Limited, by W. M. (yrtard. vleo
pirsldent. nnd II. Ivers. secretary It
Is one of tho corporations under tho
cor.tiol of W. (.. Iiwln S. Company
Limited. Most of the enttio raised by
the cotnpnn go to tho foil supply of
tlm Irwin plantations.
Tho desired amendments add to
the purposes of tho company tho ciil
tlvntlou nt sugar cane and the manu
lac lure, of sugar, also provldo for nn
liicicat.o of tho capital stock to an
amount not to exceed one million dot
Mr Ivors was asked this afternoon
If tho Intention were to start a sugar
plantation at Walnhlnu, which la In
tho district of Kau, Hawaii.
THE TOUGHER PROBLEMS
Diverse Claimants for Identical Pro
party One Claim of $80,000
-Aim of the Com
mission. At present the Klrc Claims Commls-I
slou Is tackling what are called the
knott) cases" These when encoun-,
tcrrd In the regular course were pass
ed over for deliberative action later ,
'I bey Include such lnstnnces as that of
several claimants for a single piece of,
Altogether there are about 250 claims
to lie considered, many of which Pres
ident P V Macfarlane sa)s are ver
Knotts nrobl'.ns that will require a I
great deal of time nnd care to have ad-1
judicata. Among (hn cases et un- Ilaseball Is In n fair way to boom,
considered Is a merchandise claim of , For a couple of week's patt. things
jso.000. ' l0,cd very blue ns the boys Interested
Mr. Macfarlane sas the aim of the ' In the season's gnmes were not certain
Commission Is to have the entire busl- If they would get a chance to play any
ncss placed In such shape that, upon of the games. Tho Maklkl grounds
the legislation of nil awards, the gov-1 were spoken of but It Is useless to plnv
ernnient will have a clearcut situation gnmes there since, on account of Its
to meet with whatever llnanclnl nr-iery natme admission cannot be
rnngement It may secure for a final iharged.
sittlement , The Punahou campus was seen to be
. . . i . . ; j . . . . . .,, . .- the only suitable place In the city for
I the games and the plan of donating a
"Not necessarily." the secretnry re- parl 0f t,e gate receipts to the Mc
Idled. "It Is so provided that n sugar Klnley .Memorial Kund was conceived,
plantation may bo stnrtcd at any tlmo Members of the commltteo were seen
deemed advisable The Immediate oh- nnd they In turn communicated with
jett is to obtain nu Improved charter,!
as the old one has become obsolete. '
We bnvn taken the same course with
si v ef al
At a meeting of the Home Ilulc after II had been sent to It. V. Shin
executive committee last night It wns,gle. he said he was perfectly satisfied
derided to have RTo funeral o7 Cue late
James Keaulliina Knulla at 3 o'clock
Sunda afternoon from the Knumaka
pill chapel In Kapalama. The follow
ing order of procession was arranged:
Captain of Police.
Platoon of Police.
.Mllltnr or Aloha Alna Home Hule
Olllc luting clergymTn. '
Kniimakiplll Choir of Zlou's Re
ligious and Literary Society,
Executive Commlttc of the Home
Pallbeiners Hearse PallTJearers.
Carriage Containing Widow.
President of the Home Rule Party.
Wlte of the Delegare from Hawaii.
Tho lining Primes.
Hawaiian Historical Soclet).
Miss llelle rnrrur. accompanied by,lnK property. Incurred during and by
her mother, comes In the steamer Ala-1 reason of games played by the)
meilu to lie wi ilited to Mr. Louts Mejer ,. ague.
of the Advcrtlkcr stuff. The allianccill c Ten pcr crnt 0f ine Kr0B11 ,f
ones both belong to llurllngton. Iowa. ',.,,, ,,ni i, 11i,i , n, Habu C!ol.
Mr Meer will have the longrntula-
fifing nml liokt u lulu tt flm I Iriiwiliilti
newspaper fraternlt, for himself nnd u"on' P'ent: K- W. Lowrey. treas
his bride His courteous and genial I "'"l- nni1 B0 l,l'r mlt r ,ne npt Pro"
wa)8 have made him one of tho most I ci'i ds sbnir bo paid to tho McKlnley
popular cmng men In the guild. 'Memorial Fund (Hon. II. Watorhousc,
; chairman finance committee).
S. S. ALAMEDA, APRIL 30,
Next express steamer to the Coast
Express elates 10 a. m. day of sailing.
Wells, Fargo & Co, Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American
Why pay fancy prices for shoo when you can buy the best of
E. P. REED & GO.'S
celebrated shoemakers of Rochester and New York, at the prices
LADIES' VIGI KID LACE BOOTS $2.50
"d' TIT?T flood wearing, neat tltttng nnd confortnble.
A bwcII shoe, latest st)lc. ropes stitched, extension sole, of tho best
IDEAL KID OXFORDS $4.50
Stjllsh, perfect titling, good wearing and comfortable.
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., Ltd.
1057 Fort Street.
To Request of Baseball
; League For Use
j of Grounds.
(LETTER RECEIVED TODAY
FROM PRESIDENT SMITH
Conditions WillinelY ACCSled to Bj
Joe Cohen For League-
Successful Season is
the trustees of Oahu College and resi
dent Arthur Mnxson Smith
The proposition of the baseball
league, made through Joe Cohen, was
that DO per cent of the nel firocc'eits
should go to the Memorial Kund. The
college authorities would not agree to
this as will be seen In the communica
tion which follows later When Mr.
Cohen received the letter this morning
with the terms made by tho college au-
thorltles This settles the whole mat-7f
ter nnd a season of good baseball Is
Tho full text of the letter Is as follows-
Oahu College, President's Ofllei.
Honolulu. T. II.. April 24, 1902.
lion Henry Waterbouse, Honolulu,
- l.eor Sir In reply to your letter
of tho 23d Inst- I would say that Oahu
College will be pleased to glvo the use
nf Its baseball grounds to tbu Hono
lulu Ilaseball Lengue, Saturday after
noons, until September 15tb, 1902, an
tlin following conditions:
1 On one week's notice to the
League the grounds may bu reserved
lur the use of Oahu College. '
2. Oahu College reserves the right
to cancel, nl any time, this prlvllego
granted to tho League.
3. The League shall take measures
to prevent, ut each game, any disor
derly conduct or gambling.
4 The League shall make good any
il.emnge to the grounds or surround-
lego Athletic Association (W. II.
Trusting that these conditions may
prove satisfactory to tho League, I re
ivr.tn, jours truly. A. M. SMITH.
President Oahu College.
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ply Co, at 20 per cent below regular
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