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Pride Of Big Fleet
Tlio track baseball team of tlio
United States Navy will be In llo-
nolnln this touting sumiiicr If tlio
battleship Iowa 'Is otto of the boats
that comes hcic. This will bo nows
to the members of tho nrIous tennis
nail league officials here, for they
h.io been planning to do all of the
p!a)lng among themscUca In order
to furnish amusement for the fans
rn the ships There. Is no doubt that
If tho low.i team learns what a good
baseball town this Is, there will bo
a challenge forthcoming fiom tho big
The Jacklcs would a great deal
lather see their run trttn play
rgnlnst tho pick of the Isltnds than
watch an ordlnarj game In whlrli
the bao no piitlcular Interest, be-
ond that which every American
takes In his national spoil. And let
It bo krowu, o doubtful ones, that
it will take tho fastest, aggregation
of bare') ill plajcrs that ecr tiotld
mound a dlnmnnd In Honolulu to
stack up with tho tailor hull.
Thn Imvn rrew In mi bns been the
champions of the United States Navy
on tho Atlantic CnnBt for three jcais.
And tbl3 nicins that they haVo
,,,mo mnin near linlne tho real nr-
tide In tho wnj of ball-tosscrs It
Is said that the team Is composed to
a great oxtcat'of Annnpolls and oth-
or college men Ono thing Is certain.
the hae a team that will he hard
to beat, and It Is doubtful If a bunch
can bo gntheio.1 together thai can
turn the trick on them. They hate name-snips, i.orci lwccumouui ue
phoed together for three uctUc sea- clared, nhd he could almost say that
sons nnd have nlwaa gone against a combination of nil tho Powers of
tho host aggicgatlons at every port Hie world would not bo able to put
at which .they havo been stationed.
At.".. Biiirirnflllnn In thn 1- nf nil-,
tcrttslng Honolulu, It would not bo
a bail Idea at all for the leaguo offi
cials hero to send a challenge to tho
Iowa team for a series of games dur
ing tho stay of the I'lcot horo. Then
tako a picked team and go up against
tho pride of Uncle Sam
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i:erj thing Is In readiness for the
concert ami dnnco to bo fill en bj tho
l'nlama Athletic Club tomoirow cn
lag at K. rtf P hall for tho benefit rif
Its baseball team Tim Palamas prom
lto an excellent program Some uf the
best talent In tho city has been se
cured for tho concert program nnd
the uoll known Hoynl Kawalhau glco
club, of. which Hauiuci Nalnoa Is tho
Uader, will famish tho dancing music.
Tho committed In chargo ot tho affair
has been bard at work to get things
In pioper shape, and as tickets havo
been sold ory rapidly thqru pronilsi s
to be a big turnout of loern of haso
ball to help this good eauso. Tickets
aro only CO cents, and llioso who linio
not secured any ct, may obtain thim
nl tho door. Tho concert pingraiu
will stmt at 7: -15 p. m. nliai p.
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Tho Kam baseball team is now un
llmbcrlng, by necessary practise to
put tho members In proper condition
for tho coming contests on tho reg
ulation diamond during tho approach
lng baseball season, Itev. Hopwood
has taken upon himself to coach tho
i,ojs In their playB and ho Is an en-
thuslast of the game. Several of tho
lojs nro showing good form, their
ecent training for track and field
sports Btnndlng them in good stead.
Knmaloplll, oao of tho Idols of K.i
mehnmehn fnndom, is ngala In tho
Held ulid will mako good, from pics--nt
nppeurnnccs. Thoro Is a deter
mination amongst tho Kam playois
to endenvor, most strenuously, to win
out from the Punahou, or Oahu, team
nnd tho feeling of rivalry Is met with
equal spirit by the Oahu boys.
JOHN HAIR DEAD
Ilobert Hair of Honolulu received
tho sad nows by cable this morning
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of tho death of his brother, John
Hair, late ot Hamakuapoko, Maul,
after a lingering Illness. Ho died In
Glasgow, Scotland. Beceascd leaves
a widow and four children, who aro
i.ow thing with Mrs. Hair's father,
Itev Br V. O. Ileckwlth, at Hama
kuapoko BLUM'S ASSORTED
J, M. LEVY & CO.
PHONE 70. TAMILY QR0CERS
M Butt In
Long rccehed a letter yesterday
from lllclinril Renter, tlio lionolu'it
pitcher, that mntlc hint sorry ho had
not forwaidcd transportation. After
Itctttcr sent In Ills sinned contract,
nlnni? rnmp Jess Woods, who said
that Itcutcr wanted moro money and
that ho was not satisfied. As ho said
that ho was authorized to net for
Itcutcr, Long decided to drop his new
requisition. Now Uctitor writes that
Wood had absolutely no authority to
tpcak for hint and that ho was en
tirely satisfied with what tho Sail
Kranclsco club agreed upon. It
Wood had kept still, Itcutcr would
now have been a Seal. As It Is, ho
will have to remain at homo this
j car. San 1'raiuMsco Chronicle,
NAVY IS GREATER
LONDON, England. .March 18.
Upeaklng In the House ot Lords this
evening, i.or.i iwccumuuui, '"
l.oru or tnc Admiralty, uoionucu 1110
policy of 'the (Internment In refrain
ing temporarily from laying down a
largo number of battleships and said
that tho construction of battleships
Just now partook largely of tho nn-
turo of an experiment.
Orent Britain's three vessels of the
Toniornlro tjpc, ho declared, wero In-
finitely superloi to tho Dreadnought
tPo. and the tlneo vessels of tho St.
vinccm ijpe woiiiu no nu impium-
nient on the Tcmcrnlre type. In tho
"I'rlng ot 1911 Orent Ilrltaln would I
nvo three squadrons of four ships
each .ojric St. Vincent type. No
power In the world wonld be able to
asscmiue sucn n ncci 01 iirei-civ .
'" equal squadron on me Ben.
THINKS FLEET SHOULD
STAY IN PACIFIC
HIJULjS-, Germany, March 17.
Count Krnost Rovcntlow, tha naval
Mcclalls(',''lins published In tho Tag
llcho Itundschnu an npprccitlon for
tho ojngo made by tho Amcrlrnn
batHeshiit licet around South Amer
ica. Thcuwrlter 'doubts very much,
1 how o by?' whether the naval strate
gists at Washington will ndvlbo tho
Klcct to return to tho Atlantic by
waj of tho Suez ,Cannl, after It has
visited Australia and tho Philip
pines. Count Ilcvcntlow, who Is rn-
'thcr closely in touch with tho'Gcr-
n)an Admiralty, considers that tho
political effect of tho American na
val demonstration will ho largely
lost unless tho Fleet remains In tho
Pacific until tho Panama Canal Is
DIED FROM SELF
(Continued from Pae 1)
Deputy Sheriff Oscur Cox. Deputy
Sheriff Jnrrett this morning receive t
from Cox tho full records of tho In
quest. Tho crdict was as follows:
"Wo find that tlicf deceased was
named Orawn; was n nntlvo of To
klo, Jap in, and aged about 40 or "11
j cars; that ho camo to his death on
tho 20th day of March, 1908, from
fcclf-lnlllcted wounds In tho abdomen
with ii pair of scissors following gun
I ghot W()llIu(1 ,,, uy Karlston Thot
In tlio defense of public and prlvato
piopcity, tn-wlt. United States mall
and corporatloa proporty, wnllo said
0snwi WH8 ,n , nct ot ,,urgiariIng
, U- 8 ,)ostomco aIuJ the Btoro of
(ho consolidated Plnoapplo Co.. after
sunsot, to-wltf at tho hour of 11
o'clock p. m,"
OSCAR P. COX, Coroner;
j. k. kaianui, ,
W. r. WONB.
Testimony In regard to W$ shoot
ing by Thot wns given by Thot, J.
1 Stnff nnd II. II. Grant. It was tho
fomo ns'that included In tho police
leport of the mattor which was pub
lished In tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n tho day
n f in- tliA nffnti
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" Br. II Wood of Wnlalua gave a
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dieted by Thot and by tho deceased
hlmsolf, "Tha wounds received from
the plBtol would not have killed
lnm," said the Boctor,
Hlgashl, the Japaneso hospital
steward, testified about bow be
found tho deceased dead In bis room
hnd the blood-stained shears close at
hand. Cox gavo testimony In re
gard to his work on the case. A
.Japanese, named Ota, testified that
'ho had known the deceased for (ho
caiH, and thnt ho was n good mill
and a good worker.
Wins In Good Style
From Hawaiian Boy
Tho Australian crawl stroke, used
by llttlo Kriink Cherry, proved Its
nlue )c8tcrdayluftornoon at tho Ho
tel llaths, when the tiny actor won
out by n good margin front "l'ea
nuts," tho Hawaiian sw'lmnilng prod
lg'. Ah was predicted In theso col
umns jostcrd.iy. It was a rato fyr
blood. Tho llttlo follows did tho
.'ockcylng stunt nil tho way through.
I'ulso starts wore the order ot tho
day. Tho two teeny-weeny aquatic
experts knew what n proposition
thoy were up agnliiBt when thoy met,
for thoy hail raced beforo, and one
was not going to allow tho other to
get any advantage. If possible
When the first start was made,
I'ctunits" held back, allowing tho
i,ilmtmll , ttro himself out by
swimming tho wholo distance Of
course, ho was gamo and camo baric
for another try. l'our poor starts
thcio were, and then finally tho woo
water-fiends wore off together. Thoy
were Biisplclous of each other, how
ever, and both raised out of tho wa
ter to eco If thn, other was coming.
"Peanuts" lost out by bo doing, for
tho stroke ho uses requires that bo
keep his head under tho billows most
of tho time. However, tho fontllght
Flnr y,g ii U) t10 B00,i unjWay, Tor
ll0 Htcntltl- pulled away from tho
nnwnan boy, and won out at tho
nl3, by n good two lengths.
T)l0 crowcI thnt ,,ncUed all tho
,lv,ilallo spaco at tho llaths j ester-
,my wns tho largest that has been
thero for a good long time, nttestlng
to tho popularity of water Bports,
when they arc gotten up In tho right
in mm or and with some originality.
After their race both "Peanuts" and
Cherry did stunts for tho amusement
of tho assembly, and a fat lad who
unswered to tho nnmo of "Chlnunlo"
,Thero aro sciornl other boy swim
mers In this burg, who, It Is claimed,
are better In tho water than "Pea
nuts" so far as speed Is concerned,
and It would bp a good stunt to fur
nish other worlds for tho wco Aus
tralian to conquer or nllow Hawaii
to regain her lost laurels.
(Continued from Pare 1
break a few records. And ns pi oof
of tho foregoing, witness tho follow
ing: Pour dajs and thirteen hours were
consumed In making tho trip from
Midway Island to Honolulu harbor,
the best former tlmo being tho samo
number of das plus eighteen hours.
The second record Is tho most extra
ordinary ono. Tho men mnnaged to
make a month's stock of provisions
look llko nn empty fodder sack In n
Bpaco of exactly fourteen dns.
Thero wasn't a fresh egctablo on
tho boat last night when sho got Into
port, and tho laBt wco speck of Ico
struggled for llfo awhile, thon drib
bled miserably nwo, Tho fact of
tho boat's being without fresh pro
lslons would not bo unusual at ill
wero It not for tho added fact, that
thero was a month's provisions on
tho "flagship" whon aho Balled off on
her two weckB' voyngo. Tho marines
wero hungry, It sccnis,-nnd thoy did
not stamLupon corcmony, nor thrust
awny nnj thing that wbb set before
"Thero is no significance whatevor
connected with tho withdrawal of
tho marines from Midway," said Cap
tain Carter this morning. "Thoy
woro Bent down there first whon thc
rablo station was being fixed up, for
It was thought better to havo homo
rort of u guard on hand. Slnco that
time thero has been no use In keep
ing tho marines at Midway, so far aa
I know, nnd their removal Is onlv a
natural course followed by tho nil-,
thoritles. At this Unions many men
ns posslblo aro heeded in the 'Navy,
and it was foolishness to hold theso
tcllows Idle away off there. They
woro not biought baek to bo court
martialed on , account ot drinking or
for any other cause;, and as far as 1:
know there was no drinking going on
When asked concerning tho recent
leport that the marine eervlco would
bo discontinued and tho men alloVod
their option In joining another
branch ot the Bervlco, Captain Cartor
elated that it was all news to htm.
The trip of the Iioquols was a good
ono desplto tho bad weather that the
boat encountered. On the outward
trip heavy seaB and storms wero
almost tho whole of thn
ongo Willi a boat of that slro, an
ordinary Bea'goes pretty haul. Tho
For Ladies and Children
In complete sets nnd separate garments.
These arc DIRECT FROM PARIS nnd have just been
men stato that tho record passago
lime would have been tut etlll more
bad It not been that they went out
of their way to examine a llghthouso
rite on tho north sldo of Kauai. This
t'elajcd them scleral hours.
Tho mailnes nro all greatly pleas-
ed at their rl.lft from Midway. "It
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Is a pretty lonesome placo for n whlto '
man, Is the staltment of most of
them. A pail of tho marines will j
piobably bo stationed hero and tho
test sent to different posts. I
All of tho equipment thnt tho mai-
ines havo used whllo thcio was '
biought hack on tho Iroquois, con-
listing In the mnln of camp equlpr
ment, two guns that aro out of com
liii&sion, and personal articles.
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tnonllhued from Pigs 1)
Information that thu Oocrnnicnt oin-1
clnls were liiakini; an liuestlgatlon
leached tho cirs of tho ngent. Tho
ndertlsemcnt Is trnuslnted us fol
lows: Commencement ol thu Klru Insur-
Klodo Kwasal, Kaljlo, tin no Hokeu
(Klodo Klre, Marlao and Transmu
tation Insurance C.)
"Capital, yen C.000,000.
"Main offices Nos. C-C, lllmono
htuet, Nlhonbnsbl, Toklo.
Branch offices at Osaka and other
Hawaii Agency. Motoshlgo Insur
ance Urnncli onico. No. IUQ King
Btrcet, Honolulu. Phono No. C51. P.'
O. Box 785."
"The local agency Ismien Inauranco
policies to thoso desiring the same.
Upon tho Issuance of policies, thu com
pany will pay the amount mentioned
in tho policies. When burned by llro
originating from within or fiom with
out and damages on goods nrlrlng
from such flro nro pnncn B.itlsfactor
My tho company will likewise' piy tho
amount claimed on tho policies.
"Necessary insurance) Information
will bo furnished those noedln'; thorn
Thoso of tho outsldo districts ran
commiinlcato with tho agency through
"Tho representatives of thu com
pany will hnvo personal Inspection of
the policies beforo issuaiicu.
in rcgnru 10 ino iiiBiirancu
ness of tho Klodo I'lro and Mnrlnalwns rejected. Subsequently the iAI
Stock Insurnncn Co, of Toklo, Japan, Uertlscmeiits in (ho newspapers i.cic
W, Motoshlgo, tho local agent, Is quol translated. In tlio mcnutlmo I had
cd as follows: the. advertisements discontinued The
"When I asked of tho Treasury of; , fact Is I am not guilty hecauto no In
(Ico that a llcensu bo IhHiicd to mo uslouranco liiialncta wns written pcndl'ir.
a local iigcnt of an liisuinnco com-, tlio issuaiicu of tho license. 1 di mil
pany, I was Informed that It would bo
granted either that day or tho follow.
lng day. 1 IcTt tho application In
thero, believing It to bo correct, 1
advertised It In the now spapers. Since
Sizes 5 and. 7 5cyd.
" 0 ' 7Vi..yd.
" 12 81-yyd.
" 10 , '. 10.yd.
"' 22.1. ,: . .'. . .12V2 yd.
" 40 "!. s 15 yd.
" 00 ! '.". 20 yd.
" 80 ,...;..!5yd.
" 100. . . .'. '. 30 yd,
" 120 3 yd.
SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY, MARCH 21,
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.,
Full of Dainty
STRONG ON COAST
Thc Lo"' CB0"l,'n.uer?lronfl
ana several Kaiics Arc
The Coiat files biought b the
Alameda thlj morning ohnw that
great wilmiio of business Is b lug
,!on0 on tho San Tranclsco Stock llx-
change In Hawaiian Biigar securities,
,md recent cable adilccs show that
this continues Harrj Aimltago e.s.
terdny received a cable stating that
the following prlrcs prevailed on tlio
fan l'rnnclsco 'Chango esteida):
Hawaiian Commercial, (85.75; Ono
mca, $:i:i; Paauhau, 517.U". ; Mono
kna. Sin; and Mnkawcll, S:i2.
"It Is local men who nro doing tho
bujlng," said Armitago today. "Thoy
aro bulng nil along tho line. I ex
pect that thoy Still reel tho financial
stringency to somo extent In San
Krnnclsco, nnd that thoy arc willing
for that reason to let somo of their,,
Tho local market Is still itiong.
! Walnlua was on tho exchange this
morning at $77.50 hid, n further
ilso of S1.50; L'wu at S27 bid, whllo
estcrday it was S2G 75 bid, and a
llttlo wns sold at 27.25. Oahu went
down JuBt n llttlo bit; it was quoted
at 27.50 bid, though some sold nt
27.75, but cstcrday afternoon somo
Mild nt 28 on tho street.
Tho Hnnnhnuoll Cliclu or Kings'
Daughters will bo gralefuKfor nil do
nations of warm rlnthliig, Inlanln'
clothing, etc, for their emergency box
I .cave articles with Mis Holier! Lew
ors, Kewalo sticet, or telephonu to
Nu. 1 171, and Mine will bo called for
Bak up this movement to Improve
the ctreets and sidewalks.
jy '"For Rant
cards on sala at
h DulldUn oftlc-
then I luno been at a loss to know
whnt wnn thn pnliK nf 111,, tlnl.n tin
Monday last. Iiowout, tho application
Jknow tho reason whj tho Treasiuy of
flco rpfiitnl to Issue n llc use, ecept
perhaps that somu whlto liisuiauro
people did not llko a largo business
being written by Jnpancsu themselves
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