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Vol. XVIII No. '1 177
CANS WINS FIGHT ON A FOOL
Kams Defeat Puns
The first baseball game nt tlio leaguo
Park this afternoon was matin doubly
Interesting and oxcitlnp to the large
crowd gathered In tlio Brand stand,
by Ihc Bulletin's special announce
ments, tliroiiKli Umpire Powers, nf the
results of the Cans-Nclron light ut
Goldflrld, round hy round.
Kncli umioiiiiiriuciit was rccched
with the utmost enthusiasm, each
fighter's lynipatlilrcra, us the linltlu
faored one then the other, mntlc their
fccllngi hnonii In noisy exuberance.
The Ilullctln announcements were ol
ed an Immense kiutpm.
The first game of hall was between
the Kama nnd the runs. TIiIh In Itself
wan full of excitement, lint (he light
announcements, crry now and Hun,
brought the cloud to a pitch of cn
tlmslnf.ni Krlilom ohsoncd on tlio hall
Puns 0. Desha If, .1 Henna, irn.;
Ahrens. cf . 13, Desha, p.; Williams,
2b.; Meyer, ."lb , Marcalllno, lb,; Clark,
rf.: McCorrlstoii, c.
Kams Sheldon, iu,; Lemon, If;
Until She. Can Get
Help From Seattle
The U. B. Rccnue Cutter MannlnR,
Cnpt. Jojncs, arrived In port (hit
morning at 0:M o'clock from tlio
wreck of the transport Sheridan, otl
Harbor's Point. When Bho left there
was no essel there nnd probably will
be none till the transport lluford ar
rhes, except tlio Intor-Uland tdenmer
Iwalanl, which has been chartered to
act an a supply boat and tender for the
From what could bo learned from
the Manning, tlio Sheridan lias little
chance of ever leaving lier present clt
uatlon. Her flteu uero put out nt :i
o'clock Saturday nfteruoon, us the
water had almost reached them and
nt preccut the water Imilda la on the
same level as the sen outside. Under
these conditions It Is rather lucky that
she was net pulled off Saturday, as tlio
would probably have sunk us Foon aa
bho was In deerer water.
It Is said that the bulkheads liac
buckled and that die would bo unable
to uie any of her engines even II ili.
fires could be kept going. The water
Is so high In tho engine room that
the actual condition of the bulkheads
could not be discovered. Cupt. Pcabody
still has hopes that his chip can be
saved but others who hao seen the
conditions do rot hcllevo that then la
Nothing will ho done In the lino of
trying to pull her off till the transport
Duford, which Is nt picfeont in Seattle,
nrrhes. This will probably not be for
at least eleven dayH. Slio will bring
down a full equipment of wrecking
apparatus, Including pumps and heavy
!or, FORT and HOTEL 8T8
The Bulletin is beyond question Honolulu's Home Paper.
150020000 O 7
03 IOO lOO 16
Miller, 2b,; Jones, e ; Ileutcr, p.; Kern,
.111., Kaanol, cf., Ilaniauku, If ; Loin,
KnniB nt bat Hheldon up. lie Rets
his base on bills, l.eiuoii makes nafn
hit to right field. Fending Sheldon to
third. Miller goen'oit ton foul fly to
catcher. Sheldon mm home on wild
pitch. l,emon takes third, Jones rcIh
Ii.ibo on balls; ho Meals second. Ilon
ter makes afe lilt to left Held, scor
ing l-cmon. Renter steals second.
Kern Mcilllcos, storing Jones. Iteutcr
Inkcs third. Ilaniauku hits to third,
Mccra throwluR oer llrnt baseman'
head, Heuter mores; Ilaniauku rocs
to xocoud. Plunkett hllx to rlRhl field,
scoring Mutnaukii, I.nti flits out to
Puns to Iml 0. Desha up. lie lilts
In I'ccond. but Is safe on Miller's poor
throw. .1. Dealm makes a xarrlllie
bunt, (1 Dslm Inking second Ahrens
makes safe lilt lo left field, cntl J,
Desha to third. Ahrens Meals second.
H. Desha goei nut cm foul to catcher.
(Continued on Pag 7.)
anchors nnd will also have on board
(in expert wrecker from the northern
port, who nlll tako complete chaifjU
of the woik. The Seattle end of tho
work Is being looked after by Major
Wood of the Army Quartermaster's
Department, who la being ghen every
nsslstaiiKn possible by the shipping
men of tint city, Seattle probably has
mote wreckltiE material than any other
city on tho I'aclfle Coast, as It Is from
that city that all the expeditions arc
t-ent to salve the wrcrkR in Alaska, of
which there nte generally n number
I'apt tllbb, of the New York Hoard
of Underwriters, Is considered tha fore
most of tho wrecking men In the city.
Up returned fiom Hah lug the Krcnch
vessel M.irl'-'clilon, under charter lo
llanilhon & milliard, of San Kranclsco,
which was wrecked in Southeastern
Aluhka and abandoned, a few months
Heavy pumps will alio be brought
down by the lluford und It Is certain
that no steps will bo left initnken by
the government officers to cate the
finest chip In the licet of Pacific trans
ports. In tho meantime, the local Quarlcr-
mastcr'n Department, under the charge
of Cnpt. Humphrey. Is getting togeth
er every available bit of apparatus In
this port which will be useful In tho
work nnd will !iao lompleto prepara
tion!! (or the sahlng ready long before
the Iiuford arrhes.
Tlio llclcno anil the Nllhati biought
up tho bagRage and Hhlp m stores which
(Continued on Page 2,1
Are here in the largest assort-
ment of Styles and Fabrics
ever shown in the city.
The sooner you come the
better your selections wilt be.
TEL. MAIN 25.
tlWsaCrrt.xJ&W .;-Miii.UJfc 'taSif
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HAWAII. MONDAY. SKPTKMJJKK . IWMi
11 AND BROWN
WIN i VIGIORY
County and Territorial
Delegates To The
In tho Kirih District the !ano "Sun
day sibool" men won n lrtory In
nearly every camp. Hut one man wni
lost In tho Ninth Precinct, imo In thn
r.levcnth nnd llueo In tho Seventh.
Tin' whole slnlPH won In lliu Klghth
nnd Tenth. Aehl Is badly beaten.
Tho Sheriff's ticket in the First of
tho Fourth wan slightly broken, there
being two men defeated.
The llooth ticket won out In Hi?
Thltd or tho Fourth. Tho general
Aldory throughout tho Fourth DIs
trlct hrloiiKX lo Hi own.
In tho Second or the Fourth, the
direct primary, all tho advertised llu
publican candidates for office quail
fled except the County Attorney nnd
the Deputy Sheriff; V7 otes went
necessary for endorsement; In tno
cnseH mentioned Andrndo polled hut
1.0 for County Attorney and Knlaklcla
bad 51, Tho following shows the
number of totes received:
For Delegate to Congress: Jonah
Kalanlaunole, Kill; rndorsed.
For Territorial Senator: Clmrlei
Hroad, 5; Chas. I', Chllllnguorth,
108. cndnrM-d: K. K. I.lllknlanl, HI;
I I,. McCaudless, 77, endorsed; W
O. Smith, IDC, endorsed.
For Itepresentntlve. Fourth Ills
Diet. A. I). Oaslio. 27; A. (1, Correa,
;t1; (leo. K. i;wallko, 17; John A.
Hughes, 109, euilorsed; John M. Ke
aloha, 'Mi W. II. Knlllmal, IX; Daniel
Klkaho. 17; K.lln A. Umg. 7fi; K. W.
Quinn, 101, cmlorsed; W. T. flawllns,
117. cndorseil; W. C. ltoo. II.
County Clerk: 1). Knlauokalanl Jr.,
County Treasurer: V. T. P. Water
house, 98, endorsed.
County Auditor: Jus. Ilk-knoll, 90,
endorsed; II. W. Dow, 39.
County Attorney: Frank Andrndo,
to; Jnhn W. Cnthcart, 42; 0. A. Long.
Sheriff: Arthur A. Hrowti, 98, en
dorsed. Deputy Sheriff : .1. S. Kalakleta, SI;
Henry C. Vlila, 41; David llnnulc, 12.
Supervisor atU'irgo: W. W. Hani'.,
Supervisor: Walter Dillingham. 112,
endorsed; Samuel C. Dwlghl. 84. en
dorsed; Nngnrun Fernandez. 10; (jlmj
llustnco Jr., IHi, cinlorsoil; J. C.
In Hie KiRhth Precinct of thoYlftli
District there was no excitement.
Those In line wore entertained by the
t-.ulet, impromptu speeeheH of Senator
Lane nnd Wm Otepau. William
would ntnnd In the mlddlo of the
street nnd call the attention of Hie
otcra to his dirty hat and coat, lorn
at tho elbow baying: "That Is tho la
borer's lot; why not voto for him?"
Senator Lane would say: "When and
where did Wm. Olepau help the poor
when he was head overseer on the
In tho Ninth Precinct of the Fifth
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"Better be sure than sorry" is a say.
Ing older than our safe-deposit vault,
but It fits It as If made to order. Bet.
ter be, sure of the safety of your pa
pers than sorry you had not rented
one of'the boxes at five dollars a year,
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
la what the law calls corpor
ations. This practical Immortality
makes the trust company a
better and Gafer executor of
a will thari an Individual,
Fort St. Honolul'i
circulation aiNno n printed every wy
Goldfleld Fight By Rounds &
Gets Fight After
NELSON FINISHED IT.
Round Forty.two Oans vlns on a
foul. Nelson struck low and Slier
awarded the fight to the negro.
(Special Cnble to The Ilullctln)
BAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Sept. 3.
The crowd which oathered at Gold
fields today to witness the great fight
between Bat Nelson and Joe Cans for
the lightweight championship, was
the greatest Nevada has ever seen.
With the unusual number of miners
It was perhaps'onc of the most pictur
esque atsembliea that ever got about
a ringside In the West. According to
all appearances the contest will be
pulled off without any of the wrang
ling that puts the crowd out of tem
per. 2:41 P. M. Both Cans and Nelson
have been weighed and each has made
the required weight. They look and
The Ilullctln has arranged fur f
n npeclal rabl serUe which will
give the Honolulu public tho re-
-f suit of the (laiiH-Nclson fight nt
f Gold Hold by rounds. The forms
will be held open lilt thn contest
Is determined, It Is a finish fight.
At Your Own Price
The old established furniture house of J. HOPP A CO , the
store In the Young Building, which recently bought the stock
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co. which
Is retlrirg from business, have placed on sale at J. HOPP
CO.'B stores the entire stook of Porter's at price which have
never been placed on furniture here before, ,
J. HOPP & CO. carry on their own account a large atoek
of furnlturo and they have no room for Porter's stock, ao
they will almost give away the latter. Bring your money
with you and the price will be lets than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co. had a stock which Included torn
high grade goods. We will "murder" these. We have a new
lot ef new furniture due to arrive here and must put Porter
stock out of the way.
The stock Includes everything you can use In your house.
Now Is the time to buy It.
Porter's Stock At Your Figures
REMEMBER THE PLACEI
J. HOPP & CO.,
10S3-1059-I065 YOUNQ BUILDINO BI8H0P 8TRECT.
PACIFIC "MUTUAL FACTS.
The Company sustained only one death Ipse attributable directly to
the awful disaster of April 18th last.
The Company's San Francisco Home Office Building, destroyed by Are,
was fully covered by insurance In standard companies.
The land upon which the San Francisco Home Office Building stood
has not depreciated In value, but by reason of the destruction of Chinatown,
has rather appreciated In value.
San Francisco mortgages held by tho Company, amounting to $29B,4$0,
were protected by real estate valued at $493,000, with Improvements, only a
part of which were destroyed, worth $170,000, and upon which Improve
ments the Company held fire Insurance to the amount of $75,000,
The vaults withstood the firs and their entire contents, about two car
loads of books and records, are now In our Los Anqeles Home Office,
The Company has approved assets of about $11,000,000; has nearly
$100,000,000 of Insurance in force; has an annual income of more than $4,
500,000, and has surplus to policy-holders of about $1,000,000,
Under the California Insurance laws the etockholdert, whose wealth Is
estimated about $40,000,000, are liable for the obligations of the Company,
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CALI
FORNIA is the largest and most popular life Insurance company west of
the Mississippi River, and has done a conservative and progressive business
for thirty-nine years, paying claims promptly and satisfactorily, as It will
continue to do, J, N. RUSSELL, JR., Secretary.
No matter what our competitors may say to you, these are the FACT8I
CLINTON J. HUTCHIMS,
820 FORT STREET. . GENERAL AGENT.
That's why it's a
act In the best of condition.
2!53 P. M The first preliminary,
was a short and scrappy bout that
kept the crowd cheering from the
start. Clifford knocked out hit oppo
nent Lundle In two rounds.
NELSON OUTBOXED FIRST
3:41 P. M. The principals In the
first event were received with mighty
cheera as they entered the ring. They
went at it In lively shape from the
tap of'th gong. The round closed In
Oans' favor, he having outboxed Nel
son. He alto reached the young
champion hard enough to bring blood.
3:45 P. M. Second round waa still
In Oans' favor. Nelson took
punishment, but seemed to stand It
3:50 P. M Third Round Nelson
swings wild, and Cans draws blood
again. Bat seems not to have struck
his winning gait.
NELSON WAKE8 UP.
3:52 P. M. Fourth Round Tho
Dane drove Oans to the ropes In this
'frtr ii' mndsTTfllfoT'i .( Wittel 'iM&JudiL ,.. w.!
business necessity i;
lound and smiled a significant smile
as he went to his corner. This was
GANS GETS IN.
3156 P. M. Fifth Round Nelson
was badly punished in this round His
rose was bleeding at the close. Gans
Is landing with apparent case,
GANS HAMMERS HIM.
4 P. M. Sixth Round Gans ham
mered Nelson around the ring at will,
Oans looks the winner.
BAD FOR NELSON.
4:12 P. M Seventh Round Nelson
was punished severely. Didn't break
ALL FOR GANS.
4:16 P. M. Eighth Round This
was another Gans' round, Gans put
Nelson to his knees. He seems to be
slowly battering the boy down.
NELSON STILL STRONG.
4!30 P. M- fJIntl, nnunrf Thl.
was Gans' round, but Nelson Is still
OANS IS WORRIED.
4:35 P. M. Tenth Round Nelson's
round Gans was worried by Nelson's
recovery. Nelson reached him hard.
Gans was bleeding at the mouth when
the round closed.
SHOULDER TO SHOULDER.
4:38 P. M. Eleventh Round The
fiercest round thus far. It was fought
shoulder to shoulder with Nelson
strong throughout. Nelson'o round.
The crowd went wild.
FIGHT LI Kit BULLS.
4:40 P. M. Twelfth Round They
fought like two bulh with swift give-rnd-take
from the start. It is Gans'
OANS' GIVL8 GROUND.
4:45 P. M. Round Thirteen They
let up a little In tills round, the negro
giving ground, but he still has a shade
the best of It.
ROUND OF FOULS.
4:50 P. M. round Fourteen
round wain f-let of fouls with both
I and kicking. The
4:51 P. M. Round Fifteen Nelson
is continually fouling. Gans floored
Nelson Juct before the bell rang for
the close of the round.
NELSON HAS BEST OF IT.
4:52 P. M. Round Sixteen Nelson
has the beet of this round. He Jab
bed Gans freely and the negro mouth
NELSON LANDS HARD.
5 P. M, Round Seventeen Nelson's-
round. He landed hard on
Cans' mouth and put In a telling clout
on the kidney. Gans Is tired.
GANS LANDS ONE.
5:05 P. M. Round Eighteen Gans
lands a great punch near the close
that staggered Nolan's man. The hon
ors are even.
NELSON IS WARNED.
5:10 P. M. Round Nineteen Ref
eree SHer warns Nelson against but
ting. Gans' round,
GONO SAVED HIM.
5:15 P. M. Round Twenty The
gong only saved Nelson. He is all but
What Is I i "
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on making selections that satisfy the eattSm
most fastidious TgaEaV
Our new DOMINO last It simply bLLbbW b
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Pkiok 6 Oknts
5:20 P. M. Round Twenty-one
Nelson came up strong and made a
COOd fight. Gans has a shade the best
5:25 P. M. Round Twcnly.two
The wrestling has ceased and clean
fighting followed. It Is Cans' round.
0:29 P. M Twenty.thlrd round
Nelson sent a scries of smashes to
Gans' body. The crowd cheered Ne.
Twenty.fourth Round Nelson gone.
Gans gives him no rest and lands
hard and often.
NELSON COMING AGAIN.
Round Twenty-five Nelson Is land
ing vicious blows. Gans Is worried.
BOTH MEN TIRED.
Round Twenty.slx The fighters
are continually clinching. Doth men
are tired. It Is hard to pick the win
ner. VICIOUS BUT TIRED.
Round Twenly.scven The fighting
was vicious, but both men are weary.
The honors are even.
Round Twenty-eight Nelson Is
groggy. Gans' round.
NELSON HOLDING STRONG
Round Twenly-nlne Nelson Is
still strong, but the round Is in Gans'
NELSON GETS UGLY.
Round Thirty Gans showed lo
great advantage In thle round. Ne.
son deliberately hit Gans after he fell.
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