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I'uiOB 5 Cents.
Mammoth" Transportation Trust To
New York, June 2. The World says:
At several conferences held yesterday
by men powerful In Wall street the
problem of haT.)K dependent upon tho
health and Judgment of any ono man
such gigantic Interests as arc now be
ing guarded by J. Plcrpont Morgan
was seriously discussed. The object of
these conferences was to safeguard not
only the many enterprises with whlcl'
Morgan Is connected, but also to pro
tect other financial Interests In which
Wall street Is concerned.
No attack on Morgan has been In
volved In these conferences. Ills pre
eminence In Wall street has not beco
questioned, nor has his handling of tho
ast nffalrs committed to his chargo
been crltlrlzed. The cntlro discussion,
It was pointed out last 'night, has turn
ed on this -point:
'In It Judicious and In nccordanco
with conservative finance to have slich
last Interests bound up In ati"bno man,
be he Mr. Morgan, John Doe or any
Various plans for arousing all classes
of financial men to tho seriousness of
tho situation have been under discus
sion at the conferences referred to. This
discussion, of course, has been known
to Mr. Morgan's partners in this city,
and It Is understood that the essential
phases of It havo been sent to tho ab
cenf financier through his London
Several thousand copies of a pamph 4
let. It was learned last night, arc ready
for distribution with tho opening of tho
Soldiers Play Yellow Ball
Smugglers Again to Front
ARTILLERYMEN BEHAVE LIKE BABIES
People Leave Field in Disgust Before
' Second Game is Ended Customs
Team Scores Thirteen.
For a truly "yellow" exhibition of
baseball, tho Soldiers' part of the
game between the Artillery and H. A.
C. teams on tho campus at Punahou
yesterday was certainly a prlzo-wln
ncr. Tho Soldiers simply went all to
pieces and, addod to thlB, the third
i -" baseman and Bhortstop ncted llko ba-
'V bles, throwli;3 their gloves down on
' tho ground and refusing to chaso after
' bnllz- -srhen they had onco got past.
Tho Honolulus hit tho ball in every
direction and they felt perfectly free
to steal bases becauso they knew that
if tho bnll was thrown after them, tea
chances to ono It would bo fumbled.
Tho game was absolutely unlntorest
lng, and before It was half over a
largo number of tho people had loft
tho field. There seemed to bo aGso
lutely no Idea of team work on tho
part of tho Soldiers, and when on
, man raado an error It was qulfb likely
that three or four raoro would follow
In rapid succession. Tho majority of
the errors made were really Inexcus
able. Fortunately, tils was tho sec
ond gamo of tho day, else there would
havo been but a small crowd left to
Tiro first game of tho afternoon was
between tho Punahou and Custom
Htwiso teams, with tho former as fa
vorites. This gamo, whllo not up to
' tho average, was very good In many
respects. Tho line-up was as follows:
U. S. Customs Tucker an3 Klwa,
p; Elston, c; Nowell, 2b; Klwa and
Tucker, 3b; Dowers, cf; Mossman, ss;
Gay, If; Anderson, rf; and Scnnlon, lb.
Punahou Loucks, 2b; Shore, ss;
so natural are tho photo
graphs wo make for you.
Our pictures do not fade,
and If you want the Tilghest
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market thlstmornlnR. Tha burden of
this pamphlci will be "Too much one-
man Influence." five hundred of thes
pamphlets have been forwardfil to llo
ton for distribution In the money ecu -
ter there when business begins ror tn
day. A considerable number of tho
Meyer, 3b; Sopcr, lb; J. Marcalllno
cf; Watorhouse, rf; A. Marcalllno, If;
and Williams and Babbitt, p.
First One, Two, Three Order.
In tho first Inning Loucks and Stere
for the Punahous struck out. Mcyei
got first on an error by left field and
was thrown out at second by catcher.
Tucker for tho Customs went out
short to first, Ktston went out, pltchcl
to first, and Nowell short to first.
Second Both Teams Score.
In tho second inning, Sopor went to
the bat for tho Customs and made a
base hit Into right. Whllo J. Marcal
lino wns at tho bat, Sopcr mado two
bases on a passed ball. J. Marcalllno
flow out to Nowell at second. Water
Iioubo hit to Nowell and Soper cam
home. Tho ball was not sent to flrst
and Waterhouse was safe, but went
out at second. A. Marcalllno got flrsl
on an error by Mossman at short, bill
was caught at second.
I Klwa for tho Customs made a clean
single Into left and stole second. How-
crs hit far out Into left for a muff by
'A. Marcalllno, and Klwa came home.
Elston, who waB running for Dowers,
I took threo bases. Mossman had three
(strikes, but Hcmenway threw the ball
'over tho flrst baseman's head, Moss
man got two bases, and Klston, run
Inlng for Bowers, camo home. Moss
man was caught while attempting to
got to third. Oay struck out. Ander
son made, a clean thrco-baso lift into
right. Scanlon mado a clean hit Into
loft and Anderson camo home. Tucker
hit far up Into tho air and Moycr at
third was blinded by tho sun so thai
ho mado no attempt for the ball. It
tell right In front of him and Tucker
I got first. Scanlon was caught at
Thrrd P. A. C.' Shut Out.
In tho third, Williamson for the "
nahous hit Into right for a muff by -n-
1 dcrson and mado flrst. Homenway
Hew out to Nowell at second. Loucks
flew out to Bowers In center. William-
1 son stolo second and third, Stcero
I went out, third to flrst.
I Klston for tho Customs mado n
(clean base hit between short and Bee-
I oiul and got second on a wild pitch.
Nowell fanned nut. Klwa mado a
' clean single past short, bringing In
Klston. Klwa got second on an error
by tho baseman there (Loucks). Dow
ers (Nowell running) mado a single
past third, advancing Klwa to third,
Nowell stole secoud. Mossman liH to
third, who throw home, catching Ki-
(Continued on page t.)
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Agents making $50.00 to $100 a week.
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er, Flslior Building, Chicago, Illinois,
U. S. A. '
pamphlets, It Is added, wero sent In
London on the L'mbrla, which sailed
A handful of American millionaires
will tontrjl t!w land and sen of tho
worm. A mammoth transportation
truat. Ih- "olggppt Industrial romlilna-
Hawaiian Jockey Club
At Kapiolani Park
GAY SCENE PRESENTED ON
All kinds of people, all kinds of mon
ey and all kinds of fun wero In evidence
at the Hawaiian Jockey Club races at
Kapiolani park yesterday nftcrnoon.
Tho crowdi wint out to tho track by
tht- hundred! in everything from the
1 Sodding trai'unr to the whizzing .u;
tomobllcs. Kverybody went out hap
py and expectant. Many returned
wiser and poorer.
About 1500 persons saw the sports.
The grand stand wag not overcrowded,
though comfortably fllled, nnd a good
portion of tho spectators viewed the
ocnts from the Infield In carriages.
many stunning costumes were observ
en. 1 1 envy sports anu ncavy Bweni
turned out to express their opinions
and win or lose money (those who
wagered on tho outcome) and BOlId
citizens from all walks of llfo were
thero with their wives and families or
sweethearts and friends .
Fine Day and Merry Crowd.
The weather was appropriate to tho
occasion. Thero was not enough wind
Impossible to start right on the minute
faces of the people In tho grand stand
and although It was very warm there
was an abundance of material on hand
to counteract the effects of tho tropical
climate. Soda water, lemonade and
other "soft drinks" were to bo had by
nil who Indulged, whllo liquid refresh
ments of a harder nature could also
b'' secured by thoso who felt tho hu
midity of tho atmosphere.
Tho crowd was a merry ono and
found little to complain of In the niter
noon's performances, unless, perhaps,
they had some occasion to And fault
with tho Bomcwhat extended waits be
twecn events. Of course thoso who
wero foolish enough to placo cash on
horses that failed to make flrBt places
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IMPERIAL CIGAR STORE
l-OIJT STIiUirr DISTRIBUTORS HONOLULU i
tier, the orld haB ever seen or dream -
sd of. will soon bo In supreme com-
wand of tho world's carrying trado.
This titanic trust is no longer a the-
ory; It Is an accomplished fact. Al-
ready seven American millionaires,
working tonethpr In a community of
and Fascinating Eyes
'Of Smart Rigs and Handsome Equipages
On the Tropical Course,
had numerous kicks comln. but no
strenuous objections wero heard from
tho lips of the fortunate folks who put
dollars Into their pockets where dol
lars had not been before In such abun
dance. Somo Lively Betting.
lwiin,. ,. iivi .i .!, i,it..
too. caught tho fascinating spirit oi
tho game and wagered sums In pro- ""'" wim-ii idiiiu smmcn men
portion to their means, or tho means "Pl'reciation of the noisy encouragc
nf th-ir iiii.i..in.i. n,i l.rnOi.r nr i.Pt ment and congratulations showered on
with each other, putting u'p hats,
gloves, candy and tho like.
No accident on tho track or among i
progress or the afternoon and tho extra
twillr-pmmi urlm lnltl Iiim.ii Rtnflnnpil 111
and around the grounds to prevent nnd
quell disturbances and trouble of all
kinds found little to do besides joining
in th intor... initon i.v nil in thn mrri.
llesides the crowd which had paid to
sen the events thero wero sccral hun-
.lro.i ni.nt.le Mtere.i nrnuni! thn track
outside the enclosure who viewed thei'nlno headgear with large feathers was
exciting performances free of charge, conspicuous, whllo laughing, fascinated
en iiu.t nrnimi.lv nttnn-ihpr tuo thou. ""! faBclnntlng eyes gazed from be-
sand people saw what went on.
The races wero supposed to start at
1-30 o'clock In tho afternoon. It waj
Impossible to sart right on tho minute,
... AS llio anu lieureu an ueu mill ni'm
Got a Run for Their Money. , . wrm ,,antnt? rys ,t0 tllo fnct!,
On the whole the crowd was very 0f those In the carriages In the Infield,
well satisfied with the races, Whllu ip.roiies were arranged In front to
nothing wonderful was accomplished protect the fair ones from tho glare,
on the track, the events wero good from nt tho ending of n race, however, these
n spectacular standpoint mid were close would ho torn down In n hurry that
enough at times to pull tho crowd to thoso behind might not lo.o the ex
its feet In a strain of Intense and moat citing finish of tho event,
pleasureablo excitement. Muge Wa, M.sed.
Numerous wlso ones failed to show i ,. ., ,hiiIB. i nil m b
up correct on their prophecies and con -
slderable money changed hands, but
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huoancc-. yn ?.
Control Both Land and Sea
Interest nro In supreme control of I
G4 miles of railroad and 1,200,000 tons
of shipping. The recent merging of
tho Oreat Northern and Northern l'a-
clfic railroads has completed tho gl-
cantlc railroad comblno that has been
under wnv for years, and with the
Add to Attractions
. this did not affect the plcasnrc of the
When a favorite enmo on to the track
tho crowd did not fall to manifest Its
appreciation In loud and prolonged
cheering and handclapplng. 'I ho proud
nod dainty animals biemed to enter
u me spiru oi in- uiiiig luorouguiy,
receiving the plaudits of the throng in
"V"1 lhcl'- ll,lman 'rlcnil ani ai''
Some Swell Rigs,
Honolulu rarely scei as gay a scene
a8 Js lircbCnte on n ractc ,In' Kn"
tllnlnnl nnrlr TI.a aunlln. (if A.-Arv-
"" I'm. . " onv...ofc u, v,..,-
tn,nK was ln evidence and the lino of
rlBS wlch tied up to the rail near tha
Ju,'gcs' stand ln tho Infleld appeared
i wore like a prize competition of car-
c,aK0 makers' handiwork at a fair,
wlH tholr occupants were resplendent
ln n"e garments of many colors. Fein-
I noath hundreds of pretty hats upon
tho Pec"nB horses. Tho noble anl-
ma,s cnmo ,n ,or more endearing.
B'ances from ladles' eyes than tho gen-
iil'iuvii ycaieiuur uuuiuuuii
1 ... ., nll6t.I1(.p of the
Territorial band. Thero was no lim
bic. And yet the exuberant entliiml.isiu
of tho crowd, manifested In the souml
of tho happy voices of men and women
and children, was music enough aflei
nil. It was paitlcularly sweet music
to the ears of the victors and the own-
I crs of tho gallant beasts who won
I tbom honor and glory and cash.
I Whllo not perhaps tho race of great-
icBt Interest, tho last ovent, tho I.emp
Htako., uuti allied horses ilrhcn by
amateurs, was by far tho most amusing
and In many ways tho most exciting.
It was a puzzler, too. to those who wero
'placing money on tho emits for It
(Continued on page 8 )
S. S. SONOMA, JUNE 17
Next Express Steamer to Coast.
Wells, Fargo & Go, Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with AmerloJn
realization of tho mammoth shipping
romblno has made tho world-wldo
transportation tnist an accomplished
fact. The millionaires who wield this
powerful braln-bedlzzlng scepter are
Morgan, Harrlman, Vanderbllt, Cas-
satt. Oonld. Hill, and Iiolmont. Mor-
Stanford Professors See
Professor Kellogg Tells of Appearance of
Pit as Party Looked Down Into
the Bottomless Abyss.
The steamer Klnau nhlch arrhed in i Bntoke from our side we would hurried
port yesterday at abo.it noon from Hlloj ly approach the edge of the pit and
brought little news fiom tho volcano look don u Into it.
with the exception that the crater Is "There Is most certainly fire In the
still active there being a large amount I bottom of the pit. Far down In n spot
of smoke visible and some Arc. I almost in tha exast center of It wa
Tourists who returned from a visit Plainly saw a lake of burning Incandes
to tho volcano give a good and accurato lcn' lava. We also thought that wa
description of tho crater as It now np-! detected (Ire at another spot but on ac
pears. Tho paity which consisted of '"'it of the smoke wo could not tell
Professor V. S, Kellogg, Prof. It. C, ! for n certainty whether this was cor
Allerdyco, both of Stanford University. rect r not.
0. S. Plump, Miss P. U. Plump and Mr. "As soon as tho smoke was wafted
Phelps, returned from tho volcano to towards us again wo had to retlr
Hllo on Friday. They aro all en-1 'ronl t "& of the pit but we watch-
thuslastlc over tho trip and express
much satisfaction at what they have
Prof. Kellogg, who Is connected with
tho natural history dcpaitment at Stan
ford, gives a very good description of
tho crater as he saw It a few days ago.
"We arrived at tho Volcano House
on Thursday," said Prof. Kellogg to a
I llulletln reporter last night, "and spent
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u kiviii ihii i. ui mc uir,ui iirm .lie v.'
ter's edge watching tho wonderful
sccno which tho pit presented. Over
tho pit rose n huge column of smoko
which, when tho nlr was still, must
havo reached nn elevation of over 1000
feet. Tho Bmoko was both white and,
what Is rarer, black. It was very sub
phurous, tho smell being, In fact so
strong that n whiff of It was almost
"Ve stayed very near the edge of
the pit and waited for a chonco to peer
Into U. Whenever a wind from a fa -
voral'le direction wafted awny thu
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1XJ0S Chrome kid, patent tlti,
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Full value and popular In price.
There In no kIioc, offered today, of equal value.
at the price.
gan's dream Is to seo the control of
the entire world"s carrying trade In
the hands of this combination. Hut
Morgan never drenras. He acts. Tho
capitalization of the trust that alms
to control tho earth is already $4,-
in Its Activity
AT PELE'S DISPLAY
" ur ennnce unci nun scverni goon
looks down Into Its depthr. We did
not so much sec tho burning lava, how
uer, us wo heard It. A sound like tho
splashing of waves could continually
be heard to Issue from the bottom of
the pit, evidently caused by tho bub
bling lava splashing against tho side
of tho pit. We could also hear stones
and dirt being loosened from the side
and falling Into tho lava below,
"The sight was at Its best at night
when the fumes riBlng from the pit
reflected tho glow from tho molten la
va below making a very pretty effect.
In the early morning also this glow In
tho smoko could be seen plainly."
WHAT VISITORS SAW.
Hllo, Juno 12. Manager Waldron
, satSfed that the present eruption
wm continue for some time and will
(Continued on page 8.)
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