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Bulletin Newsboy Hustlers
11 it 1 1 c 1 1 ii iiuwsIkn a nro hustling
ocry day making nlckloa while tin
business men of Ihu town aro count
hi'k lliu money they will mnko fiom
tlio advanced prlco of sitRar. Johnnv
Nolilu still hcada tlio list of ofllce sel
h:ra with something oer n thousand
to IiIm crcillt mill rhll I-crnandez, tlio
hoy who geta thu working men's
trade, It a close second.
Anions the other Jon Mendoea Is
lirovltiK that ho can kcoii well up with
the crowd ntul lends In his class"
l).ie Kelllan liolcls close on hit heels
ntthoit';h Jo- Kioltaa Is utpccte'l to
make a break In the near future Tho
little follows still keep their inimbelM
iii nnlor in keep their lumen In tho
papu hut tltov don't take tin- tronbl'
to turn In thulr lesulta. Not expect
ing to head the IUt they aro tuillblliMl
with tho glory or.nppearlng In print
When thu big hoys nro out uf the waj.
then theso young selltrs will come up
Thu (Inures for the latest count fol
low: OFFICE SELLERS
1. J. Noble 1080
3. Phil. Fernandez
2. Geo. Richard .
7. M. Carvalho 090
0. C. Rawlins 090
5. Joe Carvalho 074
4. J. Perreira 508
8. Pintj Kong 408
10. Jos. Hawaii 252
1 1. Enos Fernandes 232
9. Antonc Deinello . . J 158
12. Dominjjo 158
15. Joe Mendosa 990
D. Keliiaa 874
IB. Joe Freitas 572
bu. fcawaru i-oipoi 4ia
w. Jonnny ac Jarain Mi
18. John Hoomana 270
41. Akana 190
oa. xtans nieiscn ito
AMERICAN FORCES ARE LAMEN
TABLY WEAK IN NUM.
BERS OF MEN
New York. Mar. 2. A Washington
dispatch to the Times says:
"The army established of tho Unit
ed States Is In an appalling condition.
Weak numerically, with not enough
oflleers to handle It' efficiently, It Is
further handicapped by lack of sup
plies. " 'In case of n forolnn war tho coun
try Is in such a plight that n strong
enemy could wrest fiom It torrltoiy
at home and abroad, the rccaptmu of
which would bo accomplished only at
tho cost of thousands of Ihes and tho
expenditure of millions In treasure
Klthcr HiIb would bo the cisu, or thu
United States would bo forced to low
er Its flag to thu terms of a humlllat
"llrlelly, this Is tho opinion or an
.army officer of high rank, who Is now
In Washington, Ills Blatemunt follow
ed the perusal of tint expitssloi!3 of
ii brother omccr In tho Now York
. "'Tlcie nro 53,000 men In tho reg
ular nimy,' ho said, 'This Includes all
branches, combatants, and nouconib.it
nnts. Of this number thoio lire 15,000
In tho l'hlllpplnu Islands, 5,000 In
Cuba, and 1000 divided between Alaska
and Hawaii. Thus thcro nro 21,000
men of tho fighting Btrength who can
not ho mobilized In emergency, leav
ing ii total in thu country of 31,000.
From this total must be deducted 15,
00 troops belonging to tho tegular
coast artillery, bringing tho actual
mobile strength pf thu regular uatab
Ushment down to 10,000 men,
"'Of tho mllltla or the several
Slates tlicro aro 105,000. Tho army
Inspectors declare that about 75 per
cunt of thesu would respond to thu
call of arms. Conservative mllltla
otllcerB, however, .UBsert thnt thuy
could not depend upon moro than GO
per cent, As an ostlmato, 16,000 wouU
be a good flgtiro to count upon.
Now York, N. Y., March 7. Ono
of' tho "not-yet-outs" who will boo:i
be n debutante Is MIbs Marie I'eary
ot the Land of tho Midnight Run.
This locality was given to n Mend
who naked her about hor birthplace.
Commandor Robert K. Peury, her
father, saya that Eskimos still refer
to her us the "snow baby." It wan
below zero whon Mario first opuned
her blue eyes to thU world, In n
enowhouse ut a point fnrthor north
than any other white child has been
uorn in, beforo or since. Mies Peary
35. Frank Vincent 160
22 Harrisco 142
20. Joe Muniz 132
37 John Costa 110
21. David Munson 100
09. Harry Stewart 70
25. F. Cuthingluun 74
23, Hooaana Akana 70
64. Manuel Nobo 50
33. Charlie Lambert 40
30. Kalovah 34
GO. Henry Camara 34
09. Joe Kadsiros 34
71. Ah Gui 20
81. K. Adams 26
J7. Wilf. Rich i.... 22
37. Geo. Hoapili 22
52. John Crews 18
06. Manuel Carrcdo 18
41. Kului 10
03. Joe Alana 10
31. Ah Lee 14
44. George Rossaro 14
28. Joe Soaies 12
40. Chuck Sai 12
47. Ah Chin 12
55. Ben Peapea 12
79. Frank Demelln 12
24, Mamm Rawlins 10
CO. Mak a 10
45. August Perreira 10
53. Manuel Aleveiro 10
34. Geo. Baker 8
42. Souza Vicrra 8
27. Chas. Martin 6
67. Joe Silva 0
20. Weston Dower 4
40. Autcne Gomes 2
48. Wm. David 2
49. Kontr Hui 2
50; Joe Santos 2
58. Robt. Waialeale 2
03. Willie XawEi 2
C8. Manu . . . , 2
73. Hone Lai ... 2
:4. All Leone '.'.'.'.'. 2
it. An fun . . 2
ha3 still her baby dress of bearskin,
Hindu fmni the first big white polar
bear that her papa Killed. She
prizes this quaint family heirloom
very much nnd keeps It with the rest
of her furs.
Miss Peary hopes to revisit tho
land of her birth within the next
She is now attending school In
Washington, where she lunusea her
"choolmntcs with folksongs nnd fa
bles ot the quaint little people of her
MAGD ALENA BAY AND ITS LITTLE TOWN
'Vs. ;.' , - '..rf-u. v--'- -: ' : Jfe :;m
fJia Towjr. jxrA.cvAx,BZr &vr. - .- . . , .
BuildingPermits. " - M'v-l'Mi,
Okama, cottage, Klnau lane.
K, Tokeda, bath house; Nuuunu
City Mill Co, repairs Walty block,
T. Murakami, addltlMi to Mendon
ca block, between Nuuanu und
Y. M. Pung, tenement, llcretanla
A. Ilohlnaon und Mackenzie, the
Kam pole-vuulteis, are positive they
will beat tho Kam-O.ihu meet record
Lota has practised hurdling dur
ing tho weeks passed and will very
piobably beat Joe Pa's mnlilen rec-
Local and National
EDITED BY CHARLIE ALBRIGHT
Take . Best Game
Season By Score
10 To 8
The best or the games an yet
.la oil In tho lutcrtcholnstlc boyn'
basket ball schedule una won yester
day afternoon from tho High Schools
by the Normals by a 10-3 score.
The Norpinla profited by thu oxper
lence of I lie first games played nnd
have weeded out tho infcilor plaer
which were partially the cause foi
thu enormous senrca which the Highs
wive nblo to mike from them. Too
nicy nnd Lindsay, thu best plaera
Normnla hae, weru tho only orlglunl
team men In esterd'iy's gntno.
High School plncd n cleaner game
than her opponents hut fouls, oven
though not na numerous us those
made by tho Normnbi, were called a
bit too frequently for an experienced
team, Olio of tho faorlto f Norma!
stunts )c3tmlay was . "sholng."
Throughout thu Ilrst halt u Normal
guard shoved his ihmII out of thu way
repeatedly. Ho did his trick su slick
ly that the referee could not catch him
until thu ball was In play, when It
was too late.
Gllliland, of tho Highs, was a' llttlo
off feed esteiday. Ho moved out of
his pobltlon Into unheard of places for
u center, thus giving Toomi y or tho
Normals n fine chance to plan the ball
to his rorvnrda. 1'ietty hit of team
work brightened jesterday's game. In
dlvlduallsm was not to pronounced us
on other occasions.
The line-up of tht- players follow, to
gether with their positions;
Normals Center, Toomey: guards
Texelra, Anjo; forwards, Lindsay, Fel
telra. HIglia Center Clllllland; guaida
Daniel King. Oliver Soares; forwnids,
Tho next game In tho series will bo
played next Wednesday nt 4:30 on
Ihu High School courtH.
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The Kums realize v
'TIs no lie; 'tis no bluff
Knmchameha track, team is hot stuff.
Tho relay race' will be hotly con
tested. Tho Kams nio putting In
a strong team of runners.
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A large number of focal yachts nre
tolng down to Pearl Harbor on a
cruise this evening. Several of them
will not return until tomorrow even
ing. u ii
K. O. Ilqjl & Son have just recclv
cd two new Franklin cars,
One Is a
runnbout nnd the other n small tour-
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H SATtmDAY, MAR.
Country Boys Play
Fast And Close
N Game .
Last Sunday afternoon, nt Hoo
lulu Park, llllo, the Nnnlwas, cham
pions ot the Junior League, were
again defeated by the Hakatau-Ho-noinu
'homesteaders. Two out of
three games wcro to decide who
thould claim the banner, but tho
homesteaders were determined to bo
wlnnrs, nnd so covered themselves
with glory by winning the Inst game
to the tune of 8 to G.
The first game was played nt 1 loo
lulu Park and tho Jupanese scratched
out unit beat tho Homesteaders 4
to 3. Tho second game was played nt
llahnlau mid thu Japs went down
(i to 5. The Homestoadcrt) yesterday
hail n snap, as tho following score
1234 G 0789
Homstcadcfs ....12 101210 08
Naniwas 13100000 0 G
Line-up ot teams:
Homesteaders A. Tnvnrcs, If;
Jqrdan, c; Crlvcltn, p; Cnpellas, 3b;
M. Tuvnres, cf, Santiago, as; Itnchn,
lb; Lopes, If; Sllvelru, 2b; llupttstc,
Naniwas lllsa, c-p; Otolchl, elb;
rutoshl, p-lb; Torno, It; Jack, 2b;
Salkl, cf; Jlio, ss; Klnjl, rf; Alex.
St. Clair Illdgood of the Halelwn
Hotel was In town this morning nnd
reported that a golf match among tho
local hoys down theio would bo play
ed tomorrow afternoon. Tho Hnlo-
iwa links nro )n tqilondld condition,
and tho play on thcin la always fast
' :s :: ::
Mackenzie has been re-elected cap
tain of, the Kumchniueha team.
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Tho track meet began this aftc
noon sharply at 1:30.
Purser Phillips of the KInnu re
ports the following sugar list at
Hilo, Hawaii, Friday, March 20th:
Olaa, 10,300; Walakea, 11,000; Ha
waii Mill, 1500; Walnaku, 14,000;
Unomca, 11,000; Pcpeelteo, 11,000;
llonomu, 13,300; Haknlau, 18 000;
'-aupnhoehoe, 3000; Ookala, 1000;
"ukbuii, uuu; uumiiKua, iuvu;
I'aauhuii, 14,000; Honokaa, 5500;
Kukulhnele, 1900; Punnluu, 7000;
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WOMAN'S SUFFRAGISTS HAVE TROUBLES
nnPffiMBiiiii nil i ilffTy ' W :ri
sSwBlflssfflEaMwi saWBBWmSfe :Mmt9
fdlTPAOWV IN WALL eTJ?t.T -AfTER Bt'INCJ BPSWIMDAV ANV MikiiUlKD.
Wet sponges and cat calls, apple
toreB thnt mostly landed on the wrong
noses, and yards upon yards of ticker
tnpo that collt'd now about a woman's
bonnet, now nbout tho burly form of
ono of tho "flneih.." helped along the
demonstration of thu HiilTrngettcs yos
ttrday afternoon In tlio financial dis
trict and brought together n crowd
that not only chokud llroad street
fiom end to und, but exuded from win
dows nnd draped ltsejf froih lamp
i03ts, sajft tho Now York World of
The brokers wcro being Initiated
Into the "catiso" and tnklng It as u
joke, and the hank messengers were
lending tholr pecullnr'senso of humor
to the nltuatlon. Tho "demonstration"
wns mndo from nn open cairlngo
drawn by u spanking pair that dashed
up In front of tho Hoard CichutiRO ex
actly at 3:30 j). m. and drew rein In
tho midst of 'a group of homewnrd
Riots Break Loose.
As a young girl throw wide tho ycl
low banner. "Votes for Women" and
tho Kngllsh suffragette, Mrs. II. Dorr
innnn Wells, stood up to harangue
those within cm shot, a youthful uif-
llun on tho edgo of tho sldownlK uawi
cd loudly: "Aw go homo nnd wubIi
That was sumclont. In nn Instant
from around corners nnd out of doors
poured an oxpectunt throng. Sashes
weio thrown wldo and a Bhower of
facetiously Insulting comment fell up-
on tho head of the vote chaser below
"Oeo nln't she a winner? Yo'd
A! HONOLULU WEATBXR
if 1 il
Temperatures 6 n. m., 08; 8 a. m
73; 10 n. m 75; noon, 77; morning
Barometer, 8 a. in., 30.07; absolute
humidity, S a. in., 5.181 grains per
cubic foot; relatlvo humidity, 8 a. m
69 per cent; dew point, 8 n. m., 58.
Wind 0 a tu , velocity 2, direction
S.i 8 a. m., cloclty 7, direction i3.; 10
a. m.. velocity 9, direction S.; noon,
teloclty 11, direction S.
vmuiir, iws, y i?(.
YOKK IU.I(AU Ul
AU Idibti KexivcO.
know It by tho pigeon In her bonnet."'
"Oct on to his nibs!" an allusion to
Frank Ulack, tho candidate who ran
against" Percy Naglo for Alderman In
the last election. Ho was tho only
man In the yellow barouche, as boiho
ono dnbbcd tho suffrage vehicle.
"l'vo always heard of American
men's chivalr. I this how you show
It?" Demanded Mrs. Wells, raising
her British accents In a momentary
lull. "They havo told me about your
com ago" us bIiu skilfully dodged an
applo core "but there isn't much
brnvcry In this. I want to talk se-rl-oualv."
sho veiled, madly. aB a storm
of walls and aohs roso upon tho nlr,
PgaliiBt which Bho was powerless.
For a time tho llttlo woman gcstlcir
latcd wildly. Her lips were moving
her datk eyes flashing, and tho "pl
i-eon" In hor bonnet wagging un en
i need tall. Hut nil to no uvnll. Sho
might havo been n mechanical doll
fnr nil that was heard of her argu
ment. Tho crowd was In ecstasy, and
kept It up ns long us breath lasted.
"Why don't you go homo nnd let
other peoplo listen who wnnt to henr,"
cried tho UngllBhwoman.
"Why don't you go and hlro a hall?"
"Wo can't uffoul to. Wo have too
much to Bay,"' Bho letorted. "I can't
fcimnk ncaliiBt such an uproar." ns tho
enr-spllttlng noises commenced ogaln.
"Stop. I say!"
Almost a Runaway,
At this moment a paper bag filled
with water came out of n window
nbovo nnd narrowly missed her head,
Tho horses and driver got It, and n
promising runaway had to be chucked.
Ono of tho most Inquisitive brokers
Ilalnfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m., .00 Inch..
Totnl wind iuocment during 24
hours ended at noon. 179 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, XI. 8. Weather Bureau
The KInnu brought the following
cargo: 2 horses, 2 bundles sklnB, 2
barrels tallow, 3 bags corn, 4 boxes
chickens, C miles, 7 bales awn, 14
pigs, 18 barrels empty bottles, 20 pack
ugea vegetables, 25 empty kegs, 41
cords wood, 112 bundles hides, 250
sheep, 395 railroad ties, 129 packaged
Frank Denis, cottage, Kaplohml
tract, Kallhl; Frank Santos.
W. L. Emory, lesldence. Bates
street; E. W. Qulnn.
""J. P, Cooko, stable, Hustings Btiect,
E 11 Hath.
J. Itublnntoln, residence Muklkl
Btieof E H. Hath
A. II. Arlelgh, cottage, Pacific
Heights; E. R. Bath.
Campbell es'tute, outhouse, Nun
mm street; Tunaka.
Queen's Hospital, toilet rooms, Ma
Mmoto. Y. M. Ycl, wash house, Bishop
lane; Won & Lout Co.
John Itaposn, coUagc, Magoon
lane; W. P. O'llrion.
If Mackenzie can start off well It
will be up to En Sue I'ung to win
thu G0-yard dash.
iccclved a spongo full on his exposed
klilrt bosom nnd swore viciously bo-
low his breath whl'.o tho hoots rroin
nbovo lncrcaed In violence. Tho air
wna thick with ticker tape. It lloalcd
from the cnrrlago In nil directions
und nrranged Itself as a ilcrornllou ot
Mr. lllack'a manly brow na ho nroso in
"Is this American fair play?" ho
"Yes," shouted tho delighted hood
lums. "All that aro Jackasaca holler!" was
Mr. Mlack's sarcastic Invitation, nnd u
chorus of yells, whistles nnd calls
drowned .hla oIce.
"Cheer for Bryan! Cheer for
Hearst! That's It, Jacknases!"
Mr. Black was getting madder and
hoarser every minute. Then na a se
cond doluge descended: "That's tho
way joii water your stock, l.i It?"
All this time the bluccoats had buon
working with might nnd iniln to keep
back tho peoplo Trom -the carriage.
When a moro determined rush waa
given and cluba seemed powerless to
repress youthful enthusiasm, Mra.
Wells sharply gave the word to tho
driver. Te carrlago turned and
whlilud toward Pino streot and north
waid. .Yelling and jooilng, tho crowd
pursued, whllo hurled In ticker rib
bona llko confetti tho tlneo women
nnd Mr. Black shouted back taunting
lemarka till dlstanco saved them.
The affair wna a preface- to tl.'e suf
frage rally last night at Coopor Union.
Helen Murphy, one of. the occupants
of tho carriage, who had been b.-oiight
as u speaker, was unnblo to bj'4i
STIRS EXCITEMENT UP IN LON
Indon, March 9. Tho King has
decided to keep prlvnto tho personal
letter written by Emperor William to
Lord Tweedmouth, First Lord of tho
Admiralty, In which It wnB charged
by the London Times, hlB majesty at
tempted to Influence legislation In tho
mnttcr of naval estimates of Great
Britain. How this decision, which
was announced In both houses of Par
liament' this evening, will please tho
country rematna to be seen. Slnco
A. J. Balfour, 'sneaker for tho oppoal-
Itlon, Indorsed the policy of the Cab
inet, It may bo predicted that tho
public may consider tho Incident
Tho remark made by Lord Boso
.bcry that tho nation was making It
'fcolf ildlculous over this affair finds
I much BiipporL Tho discussion today
was bilef nnd dry. All tho partici
pants proceeded as If they wore walk
ing on eggs, for criticism ot tho rulor
of nnothor country la dellcato oust
noss. The fnct that Lord Tweed
mouth consulted Sir Edward Oroy,
tho Foielgn Secretary, boforo replying
to Emperor William's letter was tho
only now fact brought out, and It
goes far to diminish ,tho criticism ot
Lord Tweedmouth, because It rellovca
him of all suspicion of nnythlng re
sembling disloyalty to tlie Interests
of tho navy,'
Thu " charnctcr of EmporOr Wil
liam's letter Is now generally under
htood. The apocltlc, passage Is be
llovod to bo tho refeienco to Uird
Esher that ho had hotter occupy
himself with drain pipes und keep his
hnnda off the navy. Lord Esher was
I engaged In Improvising tho drulnngo
vni,.m nf Windsor naattii when Em.
I poror William was there recently. An
nmuslng featuro of tlio affnlr la that
I "'I 'ho sensational nowspupers of
I J-onrton l0,ct"r'ns the Tlmea for
Its sensationalism In exploiting tho
Charles Kalllhiwa, who won tho
hummer-throw for tho Kama at tho
Oahu meet, expects to do moro dls
tanco today. All of the Knm com
petitors m o out to make records In
today's meet. t
Keglstiar C. E. Ltvlngstonoot tho
Knm school will appear -In tho mlla
lolay race for the school team,
n tt (
Jones and Knnae will put tho 12
pound shot for the Kams.