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Looal and National
EDITED BY CHARLIE AI3RI0HT
Jess Woods Sends Newsy
Sport Dope To Bulletin
Sporting IMItor Bulletin: I
called upon Danny Lime, manager ot
thy San Francisco ball chili, lie
clnlmt thnt Renter mulled contract
nt $121 a month. 1mik will not tnko
Renter, as he is afraid that lie cannot
ninl.o good. He has nt least ten
pitchers signed. Long claims that
lie whs i.iticli disappointed In Jo. Ho
naked nbout 1M. Fernandez I'eihaps1
I'M. will cet mi offer noxt senson. 1
inn place Juiry D.ircy In the State
League iiml lime written htm.
Mnungers here seem to know our
"Mlqite" l'lshcr Is the chief engi
neer In one of the largest buildings
In Snn I'rnnclsco.
"I'nf Donahue will he farmed hy
"lllll" Dovcroaiix went to Santa
Ciii7. as miiiiuger of that team.
,luo Nenlon Is In business with hli
lather and will play bull In the State
Ed. Fernandez And Jerry
Darcey May Go
From what Jess Woods has to H.iy
In his letter to the Bulletin, It
would seem that scNornl more Hono
lulu boys will bo given a chance to
mule good In fitBt company. Eddie
rernnndez and Jerry Dnrcy nre the
two who stand the best show, liddlo
Itn't crazy about making a living
playing bull, but he Buys that he
would not mind gqjng to tho Contt
If ho got u "ilccenf offer, but he
would go more for tho experience
than an thing else.
I would hae to do n lot of tall
thinking," Bald L'd. this morning,
'before I would accept an offer fiom
a Const team. Theie Is too much un
ccitnlnty about this baseball game
lo make It very much of an induce
ment. Howecr, I would like tho ex
pel lenco that such n summor's work
would undoubtedly gtvo me, and I
might accept If a fair offer was made
to me, tnough I would not go away
with tho Intention of staying."
Kil. Is a very popular mnn among
tho local ball-plajlng fraternity and
thcio Is no doubt that ho would maUo
bond 011 tho Const In bo fur us being
The California State League, which
Jess Woods says will make Jeiry
Darcy an offer. Is a good league to
break In with. Tho company Is fast,
In fact, there Is no better tnlent on
the Const or In tho minor leagues
than Is gathered together In this
ear's Stnto league, but It Is not too
fast for a man who has hud consid
erable baseball experience mid ran
iifo his noodle. D.ircy has been
playing bnll for a long time, nnd if
ho gctH, In right, ho should bo able
to niako good. Dunny Long thinks
that ho has been stung by tho South
Sen Inlanders, but ho Is merely soro
at llurnoy Joy. Professional bn'I
playcrs as a rule are an Irresponsible
lot, and tho wny of n manager Is not
all n bed of roses. So Danny has
j i..m 1 in
12 Jolly Nights, commencing
SATURDAY, MAR. 14
Lilliputian Opera Comp'y
A( Cute, Cunning and Clever Al
u v Juvenile Artists "
SATURDAY, MAR. 14th and
MONDAY, MAR. 10th
Austin Daly's Famous Success
" A Runaway Girl "
Prices 25c, 50c, 75o and $1, Ma-,
tinees Children, 25c; Adults, 50c,
Scats on sale Thursday,
Zeldcr wilt piny with Frisco.
I Kiiw both the Kctchcll-Sillllvnn
and Attell-Kelly light. Attell Is n
wonder and I tip Jou to bet on him
when he meets Mornn again, ills
brother tells me they will box In
.lune. Attell can hit an hard us any
The hall bojs are still tnllilng of
their trip to , Honolulu. They all
want to come again next year.
Have had faoraljlo letters from
Manila mid Japan as to baseball trip.
Have seen Chance, Chase, Uevcieuux,
Irwin, and others. They all want to
make the trip.
The Whlto Sox get here Saturday;
will see them piny nnd will talk with
People here tall; of lln Sue and his
Will be glad to get back to Hono
lulu. JK3S WOODS.
giown a little callous, and judges a
whole community by tho actions of
ono person. Merely becauso Harney
Joy did not Mill him in oycrv senso
of tho word is no reason why another
ball-player from tho snino placo
Tho probabilities nre that Darcy
will accept a fair offer from one of
tho State Iciguo teams, for ho has
nothing to hold him here.
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Mast And Spars
A long. Interesting letter, full of
ltul news, was received yesterday
by tho Yacht Committee from 11. 11.
Crowuinshield, tho designer of tho
Hawaii. In It ho tolls exactly where
nil tho long-lookcd-for needed things
for the yacht nre. Tho mast nnd
ip.iis tire coming around by way of
tha Isthmus, and nro due here on
April 21, according to his calcula
tions. They left lloston on Fcbru
my 21, wcro takon aboard a steamer
nt New York on the -Uth of tho samo
month, mid should bo around hero
by tho 24th of April.
The balance ot tho stuff left Uos
ton February 19th, coming across tho
continent, nnd should be hero on tho
next tilp of tho Hllonlan. Tho date
of tho launching of tho yacht may be
Judged approximately on these foro
going dates, tor tho plunge of tho
pietty es8el Into tho wntor has been
delayed on account of tho non-arrival
of a number of tho smaller things.
Of coma", there Is tho Idea thnt por
hnps It will not bo woll to havo the
boat stand In the water long before
work can bo begun putting In her
mast. This Is only a dotal), however,
and ns boon as tho stuff coming by
tho Hllonlan has arrived and Is In
stalled tho boat will probably ha
sini Hffliw Vmi
I Tho results of yestorday'a handball
I games were as follows:
M. C. Webster won from C. V. llrls
Isel, 15-7, 16-8,
' K. I), lllanchard won from U. K.
jL'wnllko, 15-4. 15-11.
Jas. Whitney won fiom U. S. Cur
ry, 15-8, 15-13.
Murk Johnston won from O. K.
Ewuliko, 15-9, 1C-1.
M. V. Uecolto won from O. S.
Curry, 15-7, 15-11.
M. V. Decolto won from J. S. Her
riot, 15-10, 15-12,
T. Lewis won from T. Nlckclsen,
14-15, 15-8, 15-8.
II. Nlckolseji won from T. Nlckel
een, 12-15, 15-10, 15-9."
F. Franks won fiom H. Hvuns,
O. Lewis won from V. S. Warren,
15-11, 10-15, 15-12.
II. S. Chandler won from II. Nick
elsen, 8-15, 15-5, 15-12.
Jns. Whitney won from Jas. Nott,
U-15, 15-11, 15-13.
A. Myhro won from J, D. Cock
burn by default.
Tho following "nhead of schedulo"
games will bo played today:
At 5 p. m. It. C. Axtoll vs. Jns.
At 5;3o p. m. M. O, Johnston vs.
At 0:30 p. m. W. Ciertz vs. Tom
At 7 p. m. 13. Hvnns vs. Suln
At 7:30 p. in. S. Qnrdln vs. At,
At 8 p. m S. (Inrdla vs. Tom Mr
(lulre. kill HSMS
ITS SCHEDULE SMV
following In the schedulo of games
ot the Kaplolanl Uaseball League,
whose Reason opens on Sunday at tho
l'ark. They hopo to got tho band:
Mnrch IS Highlands vs. llullnnccs;
Y. T. W. vs. Loahls.
Mnich 22 tonhls-fH. Twilights; Y.
T. V. s. Highlands.
March 29 Hollances vs. Y. T, W.J
Highland!) . Twilights ,
April C Leahls vs. Highlands; Twi
lights vs. Itvllanccs.
April 12 Twilights vs. Y. T. W.i
Hcllnnccs vs. Leahls.
April 19 Highlands vs. Itcllancea;
Y. T, W. vs. Leahls.
April 20 Leahls b. Twilights; Y
T W. vs Highlands.
May 3 Itcllauces vs. Y. -T. W.i
Highlands vs. TwiltghtB.
S".iy 10 I.eahb vs. Highlands; Twl
lights x. Ilcllanccs.
May 17 Twilights vs. Y. T. W.i Re
liances vs. Leahls.
May 2!Hlghlands vs. Hellauccs;
Y. T. W. s 1-enhls.
Mny 31 Leahls vs. Twilights; Y. T.
W. vs. Highlands. ,-
Juno 7 Ilcllanccs vs. Y. T. W.i
Highlands vs. Twilights.
June 14 Leahls vs. Highlands; Twi
lights b, llcll.iuros.
Juno 21 Twilights -vs. Y. T. W.i
Itcllauces vs. Leahls.
Juno 2S Highlands vs. Ilellnnccs;
Y. T. W. s. Leahls.
July G Leahls vs. Twilights; Y. T.
W. vs. Highlands.
July 12 Kellanccfl s. Y. T. W.i
Hla'il inds vs. Twilights.
July 19 Leahls vb. Highlands; Twi
lights s. Reliances.
July 20 Twilights vs. Y. T. W.i He
1 lances vs. Leahls.
OUlclnl umpire Jnck Kenl.
What wa9 supposed to lc been a
cowardly assault on La Sang, first
baseman of tha C. A. C.'s, turned out
to bo unintentional. Samo friend In
the height of hilarity over tho C. A.
C.s victory last Sunday, demonstrated
his feeling ot joy by pounding Un Sang
on the luck with such force that ho
was laid out. Upon being Interviewed
by tho president of the lcaguo last
ovtmlng. ho stated in a calm manner
thnt ho know of no one who bore him
malice liud that It was purely accb'
dental. This relieves tho minds of
many of lila frlonds, who wuro not
golm; to leave any stono unturned In
bringlns tho supposed culprit to ac
count. TWIJITY SUNDAY
Noxt Sunday ntornlng at 8 o'clock
a party of about one hundred mem
bers and friends of tho Pacific Social
Club will meet at Emma Square for
their long-anticipated tramping pic
nic party which was postponed from
This will bo the third outing of
the kind given by the club within a
year. A string band will bo ono of
the features ot amusement for the
day besides vocnl and musical selec
tions rendcicd by tho members.
Lvery effort Is being mado to
eclipse tho two former picnics, which
wero great successes, nnd nothing
will bo left undono to mnko this a
glorloiu affair. Tho party will re
turn to town by moonlight.
The wrestling bubble has burst In
Honolulu. It seems thore nre not
tiny two managers with tho same
mind nbout terms, otc. Yesterday
Uddle Tnlt watted all afternoon at
Jack Scully's for something to turn
up, but he says thore was nothing
doing. Down tho street, Ono, tho
Japanese who claims to want to stick
up such n largo purse on Mltsuka,
had a howl about not being nblo to
find Tnlt, who all tho tlmo was wait
Ing up nt tho mooting place hereto
fore agreea upon. There's a hitch
THURSDAY, MARCH 12
' W. D. ADAMS presents
Mr. R. K. Bonine
WHO WILL EXHIBIT MILES OF
which will include a few of the best
previously shown with the
Panama Canal Views,
Honolulu Floral Pageant
of February 22, and a number of
POPULAR PRICES, 25c, 50o and 75o
Tickets will be on sale' at Wall,
Nichols Co., Ltd., on Monday,
In Voiles, Panamas, Novelty
Weaves, Silks and White Linens
have just arrived.
Seo Window Displays
5Eome Journal Patterns for
March Spring and Style Book
soniowhcrc and there la consider
able talk around town about frozen
K Jt JJ
13. H. Lewis' Mallcrand Ixiuls War
icn'u Indigo havo been matched for a
thrceielgliths of n mile run next Sat
urday nt Kaplolanl Park. According
to all the dope, tho raco should bo
Keenly contested, ns both horses
havo a liking for thnt distance,
it It It
Tho Ilachclor-Ilenedtct golf match
will piobably come off on tho 21st of
this month. Harold OHTnrd and
Frank Hnlstead aro handling tho two
St X K
Tho Diamond Head baseball team
will practlso this afternoon at Aula
park, nnd a full attendance of play
ers Is requested by Manager Fernan
tl it H
Trnnk Coolcy nnd Judge Wcnvcr
recently walked over the Pall to the
other side ot tho Island.
n tt t
Kddlo Tnlt was waiting 'around
with a sack ot gold In his lap jes
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record March 0, 1908,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
John McCarty to John Kallun. . . .1)
Wm It Castle tr to Hdword Davis
M 11 da SUvclra and wf by ntty to
Anthony Loftus D
Win O Irwin by ntty to John It
Estate Ltd Kcl
Wm O Irwin by atty to John II
Ustate Ltd ltd
Win Haclo and wf to United States
ot America D
A O Palfrey to Olaa Sugar Co Ltd.U
II Hackfeld & Co Ltd to T Cllve
Davles et al U
James Mattoon Jr nnd wf to T
Cllvo Davles et al D
J Alfred Magoon to' Hank of Ha
waii Ltd AM
Dank of HaWalt Ltd to Trent Trust
Co Ltd AM
Chang Yun Chap and wf to Mutual
Illdg & Loan Soc of II M
Entered for Record March 10, 1008,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Lulza da U Marcalllno to Joseph
K Clark Ilel
Joseph It Clark to Lulza da Q
Marcalllno , . , D
Mrs Kunlco PunI to Annie S Knud-
Kalllanu Knhanauapo to Geo P
Navy officers hao renewed criti
cism of warship construction boforo
tho Senate committee
$3.50, $4.00. and $5.00
3 Days Longer at
a a- tt
I Thero will bo a moonlight band con
' cert this evening beginning at 7:3,) nt
Orand Mnrch "Anno of Tharan" . .
"Intiodiictlou and Polonaise". .Naylor
Ilultnd "Allsu Mlno" Nowton
, Selection "Anno Uoleyn" .. Donizetti
- PART II.
Vocnl Kho American Songs
Anangcd by Derger
Potpourri "Terpslchoroana". Kappey
Intermezzo "Loi'b play Soldier" ..
' Wnltz "Hemcmbranco" ..WahUcufol
"Tho Star Spangled Uannor."
SPLENDID WORK BY
i LOCAL SCULPTOR
One of the most excellent works ot
art ever produced locally Is at pres
ent on exhibition In one of tho win
dows of Hall & Son on Fort street.
It Is u bust portrait of Father Cle
ment, Hie old Catholic priest, and Is
tnc work of Gordon Usbornc, tho son
of Rev. John Usborne of St. Clem
ent's. The portrait Is Indeed an ex
cellent one, being n splendid likeness
and catching the familiar expression
of tho good old priest In n well-nigh
miraculous way. Usbornc studied
for years in Hurope, nnd has slneu
work with St. Gaudcns and other fa
mous sculptors. It has been sug
gested that Usborno be selected to
do tho work on the McKinley me
morial, nnd this samplo of his work'
chows that ho Is amply qualified to
HABEAS CORPUS WRIT
The test case of tho segregation
law which was given notice of by
Attorney C. W, Ashford last week
was brought before Judgo Lindsay
yesterday thiough petitions for two
writs of habeas corpus In tho cases
of Anamalta Mnunakea and Mary
Kaumakahia, both ot whom aro con
fined in the iiallhl detention station
waiting to bo sent to Moloknl. Tho
grounds on which tho writs are asked
aro similar in both cases, It being
stated that the law has not been
In the case of Mary Kaumakahia,
Drs. McDonald and Atchorley agrped
on Dr. Wood as tho third pnyslclan
and a date for tha examination of
tho suspect wnsset. When tho tlmo
arrived, howovor, netthor Dr. Atelier
ley nor the patient showed up,
Tho San Francisco trustees nio ,1
asleep on tho plague situation, says
a llorkelcyan to tho woman's. health