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SUNDAY BULLETIN. HONOLULU. If. T., SUNDAY. JUNE 22, 1902.
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cwa. Struck out Ily Lemon 10, by Bab
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Out to sea blew the smoke from the
tall chimney of the electric light works
and furiously waved the flag from the
pole of the Cnpltol. Prof, John Leon
urn, air artist, aeronaut, balloonist anil
trapeze performer, watched these sign
between 5 anil t! o'clock yesterday
evening and decided that the wind up
above was too strong to permit him to
make a 'safe ascensfon tllat day.
So the crowd which had gathered In
and around tho lot opposite the Hawa
iian Hotel, where tho big balloon was
ready for Inflation, went about Its busi
Prof. Leonard will ascend toward
the clouds at the first favorable oppor
tunity. If he had gone up yesterday he
would surely have been carried out to
sea. There would have been consider
able risk to the balloon Itself In at
tempting to fly It In the wind that pre
vailed, not to mention the danger to
A LARGE VARIETY
Something Now. make big noise
Toy Pistojsand Gaps
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PRICES are RIGHT
PORT 75c per Gal.
CHOICE TABLE CLARET,
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The pubiu now cf St Plctn im situated In the ver henit nf the once beautiful ilty
Cathedral of St Pu rt three chut' lies and n theater frliiKed the great ii'ipiilar gathering place
a terrible r'pr-K-ntntin rf the cataclysm's work of hnvne.
Aiound It the lire ir the omiminltv pulsated Tb
TITe spot In no v a weiic of sad devastation n ml iiiln.
(Continued frctn pueo 1.)
Moore ttr'f k out. (Jay lml tut-
The Pioneer Wine & Liquor House
NO. 25 KINO ST..
Vessels In Port.
' Am. b. Annie Johnson, Williams.
Am, bk. Santiago, IngaiTs.
Am. bktn. Skagit, Itoblnson.
Am. bK. St. (Catherine, Saunders.
Charter for Hllo.
Am, sch. Ts'okomls, l'ort Gamble.
Am. scb. 0. M. Kellogg, Eureka.
Juno 12 Am. bk. Santiago, Ingalls,
18 days from San Francisco; general
merchandise consigned to Matson
Navigation Co. Passengers E. Car
ter. P. Carter. Mrs. C. W. Kollogp,
Miss A. Kellogg. James K. Kinney,
Mr. Samuels, Mr. Brewer, u. 1. I.llllo.
June 18. Dktn. Skagit, Robinson, In
ballast for Port Townscnd.
June 20 Am. bk. St. Katlierlno.
Saunders, for San Francisco, and Am,
bk. Annie Johnson. Williams, for Sal
To the Coast.
The following passengers have
booked for the Coast on the S. S. En
terprise, this trip: J, A. Scott. wiTs
and three children; Mrs. Kurneau'V,
MrB. M. Illce and child. .Mrs. W. T.
Balding and two children, J. W. Ma
son, E. E. Itlchards, V. It. Lamucrt
and wire, Peter Lee and wife, Miss
II, Lee, Mrs. C. C. Kennedy, Ilruce
Kennedy, E. W. Estate and wife,
Miss Potter and Miss McCord.
A guarantee for n year Is generally
considered to be a good proposition by
tho purchaser of nn article for gener
al utility. This guarantee Is what Is
given by the manufacturers of the
Climax Lamp, which Is being so ex
tensively handled hero by tho Ha
waiian Trading Co.
Tho Standard Gas Lamp Co. manu
factures a lamp which Is taking the
place of otner llluminants very rapid
ly, ns it makes friends of Its user.
It Is approved by fire underwriters and
Is the cheapest and best light obtain
able. The Standard Gas Lamp Co.
manufactures and sells more Incan
descent gnsollne lamps than any other
concern In tho United Stntes, anil
their agents here are meeting wlth'i
Fifth Some Ping-Pong Strokes.
In the fifth. Luahlvvu for the M.iile,
went out, third to first Clurk got Ural
because Scanlon, on tho halt hclm
thrown from short, stepped off Ills
base at the wrong tlmt. Clarke stole
becond. Taylor struck out. Knlawuua
went out. pitcher to flrt.t. The Malles
had a chance to make a run but fulled
Dowers for the .CustoniR flew out to
second. Scanlon strjek out on Hire:
ping-pong movements, the last being
the most graceful. Tucker weut out,
pitcher to first.
Sixth A Star Catch. !
In the sixth, Kllvy for the .Mall."
flew oil to catcher on a fly right up In
front of the home plutc. Akau went
out on an error by first, the ball being
thrown by short. Mana went out nn
the star catch of the day by Anderson
In right, the ball going nlmost to the
palm trees. Jones went out, pitcher
Elston for the Customb flew out tu
Luahlwa In left. Nowell went mil,
short to tlrst. Anderson made n b.iso
bit Into right and got two mure bases
on nn error by Push, the fielder. Klvvu
went out. pitcher to first.
Seventh Wilder Appears.
Bush lor the Malles In the. seventh,
flew out to catcher. Luahlwa struck
out. Clark went out, third to first.
Moore for the Customs, went out,
third to first. The crowd yelled as
Harry Wilder, taking Gay'8 place, went
to the bat. It was hlb first appearand)
on the diamond during the present sea
son and he edebrattd tho event by
striking out. Dowers struck out.
Eighth One, Two, Three Order.
In the eighth Inning, Taylor for the
Malles went out. short to first. Kal.i
wana went out In tho same wny Kl
ley flew out again to Powers in ceuter.
Scanlon for the Customs lluw out to
pitcher. Tucker went out. slioit to
first. Elston went out, third to llrst.
ninth Malles Make Two.
Akau for the Malles made a base hit
Into center. Mana mad a clean two
bagger Into left und brought Akau
home. The left and center fielders hail
n tumbling argument over the hall
Jones went out, short to llrst. Mam
stole third. Desha, hatting for liuali.
went out, third to first and Mana, play
ing ball for all there was In It, cunt
home on a splendid run. I.iuhlw.i flew
out to Wilder In left, thus ending tin
Score: Custom House 3; Mallc-lllm.t,
'and then threw the bull, to llrst for n
double play. I.oui-ks stiuik out.
Junes for the Kams went out, thin!
to flrft. .1. Kekiiewn went out, plti-her
to fit Ht. Ileiiter made a twn-b.iitgcr
Into (enter. Kol.l How- to 'tili-rhuui
Fourth Seore Tied.
In the fniiith. Meyer fief out to slum
ami Super went out. plti her tu llrst. J
Marenlllno Hew out to Kol.l In .-ft.
I). Kekuewn mid Viinniittn for the
KatiiH made his base on lulls. Lemon
lieu- out to l.oui-kK at set olid. Itlchardi
Hew- out In I'liol.e nt short. A pa-wd
ball advanced the two inni.eis a base
each. Knhaitlellii hit tu Cooke nt short
and got first on n poor throw while I)
KeKuewa came home and tied th
feme. Jones struck out.
Fifth Marcalllno Hurt.
In the fifth. Cooke for the Piinahoui
went out. short to llrst. A. .Mnrcalllim
made first on an error by second and
n single Into left. .1. Kekuewn made a
tingle Into right and t.infon came
hiime. Renter gi.t Ii.im- on balls and
Vnntinttn. running for Illi hards, catne
hiime. A little bit b Kokl In center.
Iiiniight .Inm-i in I). Kekuewa struck
out. Vniitiiitiii went out, seuind to
til st . Hiou- I tu 1 In favor or tin-
Seventh Punahous Get Rattled.
In 'lie seventh, t'noke got two li.ise"
on an error by slioit who nut mil)
filliilileil the ball but threw it wild lu
llrst Williamson, ptjylng In plaie nt
A. Man-iillliiu Injured, stunk out. Wu
lei house made a ileau single into
right hut was aught nt teioml. Cooke
at third had plenty of time to oiue
liuitio hut he didn't see the point. Ilab
bitt went out on an nsilst from sri-onn
Lemon for the Ha ins Hew out on a
foul to Mcjer nt third on n line running
catch. Illeh.irds. J. Kekuekit and later
standing and looking at the ball whlh
It fell between ibeni. They weic cvl
ilenilj blinded by the brightly shining
sun. ItlrluiuK Viinniittn running, hit
into left for ii iimn b) Williamson nml
i.einon i-anie Home iiiitnnuku strud. jCntli was nnested
out. Junes made n two-bngger Into left ! o'dock and proper
got second on number balk by l.emon. llaiiuiikii running, got llrst on .in it
Maicnlllno stole second but butt him- lor by I.oucks at second who also did
self In sliding. Time was railed and !ti little ping pong groveling for the ball
Cooke took his place. SVaterhouse koi I llnniaiikii Hew out to Marcallltio In left
base on halls und stole sceund. Pali-' .lonei nude n single Into left und J. Ke
bltt'struck out Ilemenway. William-' kuewu another In the same place. Pen
son running, struck out. leaving ('noli ler made u single linn left and Hainan
on third. jku running for Ukbards. eatno home.
J. Kekuewa for the Kami sent a tin- Kokl hit to .1. M.irmlllno In center to
cr tu third whhh went close to tin
giouiiil the whole way wlll It ai
caught bj Meyer. Pettier went out on
n foul to first. Kokl gut llrst uu nn
error by Cooke at short. I). Kekuewa
and Vanuatu c.ime home The Putin
lions were doing worc pla.vlng than
the Mtllleiymen a week ago S.iliirdn.
.1 Kekuewa gut tlrt uu mi errur by
Aleer nt short. Jones came home
Iteiiter struck out Kol.l went out on .i
foul to intchcr.
Ninth Kms Win Out.
Cooke for the Putiahoiis gill base on
balls and then got home on a wild
tluow to first Williamson got base Vabl saloon,
on halls. Wnterhouse hit to short
who threw to second but did not enfh
Williamson and both runners were
safe. Ilabliltl flew out to Heilter In
center. Hemenway Hew out to Ha.
mauku In right. I.oucks hit to shorj
who threw to second to cntch Water
house. The latter placd off and wan
finally caught In between the second
and third basemen. Williamson. In
the meantime, had come home.
The game ended with a score of 13
to .1 In favor of the KameUamehas
ill SALOON AFFAIR
Thr arrest of Nash a bar keepci lu
the Malic saloon Saturday afternoon
bid' fair to rrsult In an Interesting
' cusi in loiirt on Mondav when the Ins
end outs of the uffnlr will be aired be-
i ton lodge Humphries.
On what was believed to be rellnbln
nuthorll.v the Bulletin published the
following In the S.itunla Issue- "pro
ceedings have been Instituted against
I). II Lewis of Lovejoy & Co. for sell
ing lliiuor nt tetiilt without a valid II
cenc The warrant was Issued by
Judge HmuphrcvH on the Information
of C" 11 Brown, returnable on Monda
mottling li appears that the complain-
i Ing witness surrendered Ills lb elite for
the Malle saloon. King near Niiuanu
street Treasurer Wright transferred
the lb elise to Lewis, who forthwith
ptcu ceded to conduct the saloon under
the original document Issued to Drown.
The case wilt turn upon the question
of law ns to n hither a license may be
It now- appears that while nn arrest
was made. I). II. Lewis was not the
man. The facts ns vouched for by on
with authority to speak are as follows'
A warrant was sworn out by ono
Tourney . hack driver for the arrest of
Thomas Nash, a bar keepet In the
Malle saloon for selling liquor without
a llirnse nt the said Malle saloon. Mr.
Saturday at I
The Malle saloon Is owned by John I).
Holt. I). II. Lewis and (' II. Brown
who are (ii-partners in the huslnesc
known ns the Malle saloon Treasurer
Wright has made no transfer of the II
cense Issued In the name of (J. II.
Prow n fur the Malle saloon to any on,
and the business of the said saloon has
alwas been and Is still conducted un
der the orlglnnl llrense Issued for thd
Husband of Queen
Locked in Boiler
got base on balls. Vannatla went out
on a slow- gioiinder to llrst.
I Sixth Fllder Fell.
In the sixth, I.oucks for the Puna.
lions went nut on u grounder to Mist
Mejer made three bases on a hit hue
iigut. the tlelder getting a very heavy
fall vvlille eh.islni: the ball. Super HeM
out to Aist. J. Marc.illlun struck out.
t Lemon ror the Kams niiu'e a hit over
slum Itlebards, Viinnatla runulny.
I tnnile u single between HrK and H-i
l Olid. Iluniaiiku. plavlng In place of
i Knhaulello, btl'lek out Jones made
Klle. e .
Mntin, 2b .
i Junes, ss .
u mull and Junes and J. Kekuewn cam.)
hunie. The I'liuahnuH simply went all
tu p'ecea. H. Kekuewn hit Into center
nun iieuicr (nine uome. v iiiiuaiia mane val.
li nu iniu i enter ami koki came nome.
Vannatla was caught at sceund. The
Kama made tlvc runs lu this lulling.
Eighth Punahous Make Two.
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It. to. . IP.,,,.,. It, it..,, n t.v K, ill- , . ,
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I mi.iii.'HB Miiiti. tun. I.UIIIUH Ilium' j
j two-lmgger Into right. Mejer muilr
a two-h.igger Into right, the hall was
thrown wild bj Hemenway und both
I.oiicI.b mid Meyer entile home. Super
went out pitcher to flrst. J. Mnrc-nl-1
lino truek nut Thl ule ten strlk , ,,,"lla
outs for Lemon. I Inning.
Lemon fur the Kams made n base
lilt on a Ily Into left, both fielder
Malle-llima Athletic Club.
A. n. H. O
Push, rf 3
Desha T 0
If I fi
Clark, p 3 0
Tavl -f 3 o
batted for Push In
KAISER COMING TO VISIT US.??
She Is a most dignified and staid ma
tron, and her husband Is deacon In it
Maiden tjongrcgational Church. She
was passing along a side street In tho Rrcnt success In the Introduction ot
Pack Hay when a well-dressed man the Inmp here.
suddenly stopped and addressed her:
"Madam, do I look tight?"
"Do I look tight?"
"Vou'ro sure 1 don't. I've been drink
ing, anil i don't feet sure."
"I want to mako a call, but I was
afraid that I looked 'off.' ITi do?"
HILO FREE KINDERGARTEN.
Hllo, June 20, The Interesting nnd
helpful work of the Hllo Tree Kinder
garten has been carried on during the
past year by the principal, Miss Cheek,
nnd her three assistants, Mies Mealoba
Ulli, Miss Sarah Malula and Miss Nina
Eaton. Never In the history of the
i school has so large a number of chi
ldren been enrolled a number taxing
"Vou'ro quite sure I can make the uie accommouac.ons o coo comroomous
, , ', , , .building. The gratuitous services of
cnU and not look wrong? MM Nna havo ma((e t p068,ble
"'es-' I to enro for so many. Tho present en-
"Madam, I am very greatly Indebted ' rollment Is scevnty-four; the average
And he went on his way, evidently
rejoicing while sho pondered on tho
strange ways of men.
"What makes you think he Is from
Chicago? Ho handled hlB knife and
fork prooerly nnd used bis napkin nat
attendance for the year has been fifty.
i m I m
"What the Farmer Needs."
"An" lie says thero's lols of farmers
that says they can't mako farmlu'
"An" I says 'I'll tell ytr what's tho
matter with some on 'em. A man
Oh. I heard him say that he lost two rnnl ralso crops with his mouth !
weeks' aiimonv at noker last night." I Puck.
The line-up in the second game wai
Kamehameha J. Kekuewa, lb ; Iteii
ter, cf.; Kokl, If.; I). Kekuewa. (.:
Vannatla, 2b.; Lemon, p.; ttlihardJ,
3b,; Knhaulello, rf., and Jones, su.
Punahou I.oucks, 2b.: Mover, 3b.,
Super, lb.; J. Marcallltio, cf.: Cooke
ss.; A. Marcalllno nnd Williamson. If.,
Wnterhouse, rf.; Babbitt, p., nnd Hem
First No Runs.
In the first inning. I.oucks for tin
Punahous went out, second to first,
Myers and Soper both struck out.
J. Kekuewa for the Kums went nut,
third to first, neuter made u single
into center. Kokl flew out to Mejer at
Ihlrd . Renter went out on a fine
throw from center to third.
Second Lost Opportunity.
J. Marcalllno for the Punahous In
the second, How out to Iteuter In cen
ter. Cooko flew out to second. A. Mar
calllno struck out.
D. Kekuewa for the Kams struck out.
Vannatta got first on an error by
LouckB at short. Lemon got buse on
balls. Pabbltt threw the ball to Cooke
(short) at second for a fumble and
Vannatta got third. Lemon stole sec
ond. Itlchards (3. Kekuewa running)
Hew out to Soper at first. Kahaulella
struck out. There was a chance for at
least one run but the Punahous were
watching their corners too well.
Third Punahous Score One.
In the third, Waterhoueo for th
Punahous got base on halls. Water
bouse got one baso on n balk, Pabbltt
made a clean single Into left and Wn
IcrhouBc came home Hemenway. Wil
liamson runnln" hit lo Vannatta nl
second, who en' -'' the ball, captured
Dabbltt as be """n'ng to scion
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Tuekei. ss .
II. 3b . .
Anderson, iv .
Moure, 2b .
I (lay. If
II. Wilder. If
Bowers, cl . .
Scanlon. lb . .
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That It Is easier to get Into a boiler
thnn to get out of It Is a fact which
,wos Impressed very strongly on the
husband or Queen Wllheimlna or Hol
land the other day.
While strolling through the large
government building In which engines
and other machines are constructed,
the young Prince saw a large boiler,
which was being made for tho new
packet bunt Java, and, desiring to as
certain the exact manner in which tho
vnrlutlrt linrts wen, riveted tnrefher hft
1 got into It.
ror sumo minutes nn examineo 'I
closely, and then turned to go out. but
discovered to his dismay that tho rov
er had been placed on tho manhole, ot
ptbo boiler. His predicament was soon
H rnaue Known to mo oniciais, ana
J strenuous efforts were mado to remove
' tho cover, but they wcro utterly In
aln. nnd the Prince was obliged to re-
1" main In bis uncomfortable, position un-
til a large hole was cut In one of tho
Through this hole ho came Bmlllng,
nnd at once assured the anxious offi
cials that his detention In the boiler
had not done him any Injury.
Score by Innings.
m.-i. a. c oononoon 2j
i IJ. S. Customs.. .1 0 2 i) 0 0 0 0 3
L'eninid Huns M.-I. A. C. 2, IT. S.
Lett on bases M.-I. A. C. o. V. S.
Two base hit Mana.
Sacrifice hits TTuw ell. I)eha.
Stolen bases Klwa. Jones. Clatk.
Struck out Ily Klwa 3. by Clark 8.
Pases on balls None.
'J. Kekuewn, lb .... fi 1
I Iteuter. ef S 1
' I). Kekuewn, c
Vunetta. 2h .
Itlchnnls, 2h . .
I Kaliaulello, rf .
I Hamakit, rf . .
12 14 2;
Punahou Athletic Club.
ILoulckK, 2h 4
Meyer, Hi 4
I Soper, II 4
J, Marenlllno, cf
A. Marcalllno, If
Williamson, If . .
Waterhouse, rf .
I Pabbltt. p
Hemenway, e . .
New York, Juno 10. It is now announced that the statue of Kreder
Ick tho Great, with which Kaiser Wllhelm nf Germany will present Unrle
Sam, Ib to tako the form of the famous statue of Berlin, of which the
abovo Is a photographic repiofluctlon. There Is little room for doubt that
our sudden popularity with tho world' powers Is likely to result In a visit
o this rountry ot Kaiser VTllliclm or hla son, the Crown Prince of Germany,
in tho occasion of tho presentation of tho statue The people of this coun
ry nnd Germany aro now busily dls-suslng which of these two rojul per
mirea our distinguished visitor will bo.
Broken by Swiss
In Switzerland the people have en
tered upon effective, plans to defeat
the nvnlancho In Its devastating work.
No more need the traveller be told,
Uewnre the nwful avalanche," for
these rolling, pitching, sliding bodies
of snow, that accumulate into masses
nf destruction, aro now broken up be
fore they gnln a dangerous amount of
material or velocity sufficient to maka
Mong the mountain sides, where av
alanches form, enrtnworks In the form
of a V are constructed, with Ihelr
points upward, and when the moving
masses of snow come In contact with
them they are broken apart and so de
flected as to be rendered harmless.
New Billiard Cue
That is Automatic
(Julte difforent In many respects
from the ordinary bllllarrl cue Is a
new nne Just patented. The parts of
which It Is composed arc a support, n
cue, moveable thereon, a spring, a
latch, or trigger, and a moveable
sleeve, which Is arranged upon tno
free end of the supixirt, nnd which is
designed to regulate the effojt of each
There Is also another sleeve nt tho
other end, and between the two
sleeves the cue can slide freely. After
a stroke has been given tho spring
causes the cue to recoil and return to
Its normal position,
5 7 24
Score by Innings.
P. A. C 00100002 24
Kams .TO 0 10 3 5 3 '12
Earned runs Kams. 6, P. A, C. 2.
Left on bases Kams 12, V. A.
Three-base hit Meyer.
Twu-base hits Uiliclis. Mejer,
Stolen basi-B Iteuter, Lemon,
Ladylike Ping Pang Drink,
The - latest arrival Is ping pons
punch. The ingredients constat of tbo
Juice of a lemon, a dasH of bitters,
glass of apple elder, a fresh egg, r
spoonful if powdered BUgar. It Is well
shaken, poured Into a tall glass and
filled up with sparkling soda water.
Pntlen-e She's very mannish; she's
mined tier divided skirt already,
'ScrntohlTTg matches on It." Yon
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