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14 PAGEr-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. MAY 2 1908-14 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
VOL. X, NO. 3992
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WHEN NEW YORK TURNS OUT TO BALL GAMES
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The rcBUlnr linscball Benson opcmnl
thin afternoon nt tho llaboliall I'ark.
Tin- hand played llH llrticst ulrn and
tlioiisli nnly n moderato eiunil ha'l
nsembled when thu first Bame, be
tween the Kntns and thu Diamond
Heads, Btarted. protnptb' nt 2 o'clock
It gradually swelled during the nfter
noon. The llne-np of tho teams wnB as fal
lens: Knms Lemon, cf.; McKenzlc. If ;
Miller, I'h.; Nneolc. ss.; Lota. 3b.;
Kuhlna, lb.; Heutcr, p.; Hamaku
j c.; Knmnloplll, rf.
Diamond Heads Olmos, If.; Fer
I nandcz, lb.; l.ouls, rf., Hvcrs, bs
Sam ClillllnKwartli, 3b.; CastclU. 2b ;
1 J. Amoy, p. j P. Davis, c.. A h
' nandez, cf. , ,,j
.tamo ui, Lemon to bat, rocs ott
on play from soeonc to first. McKen"
zle fanned. Miller files out to third on
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KOW TKH CR.OWE vEKCieOACHRD OH THE. EAX.I-TieiU2
DacebaH'c firm hold upon the affection of the American public via demonstrated on the opcnlnu day of this great national om by the pretence, upon seven different fields In as
many cities, of approximately 1?5,C00 persons when the eeasin for the two major leajjues was opened formally.. Rain bars 9t. Louis from the total.
An ave'afli- expenditure of fifty cents by eich person shows that $62,500 was Invested In enjoyment of the tjreatest of natlcna amusements In these large communities alone. At
no time In the varyinfj liUtery of Ithe game have tho prospects for a splendid season been brighter on the operjnn day. Tlirro is A assured promise of financial success as well as an
Improvement of tho sport. The first day's attendance shows the public purse to he onen to Its full wltdth for healtny amusement, and there it no club In the National or the American
League which ricei not fcsl that It Is In much better shape to wage a pennant contest,than It has been at any time In the past. There Is a freedom from complications about fran
chltes and about players and a harmony of tho men constituting Individual clubs which are distinctly noticeable. Where a few of the veterans have disappeared from the limelight a
lively lot of youngsters has forged to the front to fill the vacant places and work for the fresher laurels.
Tho attendance by cities was: National League Brooklyn, 21,000: PHIadelphla, 17,000; Cincinnati, 15.0CO; St. Louis, no game (rain). .American League New York, 23,O0O Chi
cago, 20,030; Cleveland, 1D.0CO; Boston, M.C00. .
LOS ANGELES, May 2, 1903. W. H. Mclnerny, Honolulu:
Race postponed one year. No entry but yours.
THIS CABT.EORAH WAS RECEIVED THIS MORNING: IT PUTS
AN END TO THE TRANSPACIFIC YACHT RACE AND MEANS THAT
LOS ANGELES HAS "GIVEN UP." MR. STEWART IS SECRETARY
OF THE TRANS-PACIFIC RACE COMMITTEE OF THE SOUTH COAST
YACHT CLUB OF LOS ANGELES. "I DONT KNOW WHAT WE SHALL
DO," SAID MR. M'INERNY. "NOW WE SHALL HAVE TO PUT ON OUR
MACHINES OFFERED .CHILIAN CRUISER
BY- AUTO OWNERS; ARRIVES IN PORT
Here For Short
The TrHiiHiniliitliii Cfiiunilttt'o of wills thu Ilia.lllnn ember Cii;sl:iut
lliu I'leet Committee lift thin iiiinn-f ulmicl In purl. Hi" Chilian ronetto
iiiK nml 'K.-inlzod. Ai. thoie urn nev-i (Ulanil ltaqiieilnim, Uapluln Kiibcrln
eral lumtirliiiit featiiien whlih IIiIh ;aray, eaimi In Iho Inirhiir early tl.lt!
iiiliiinltleu ttlll liao to handle It wan innrnlns. Hho 1h 22 ilajti nut of Ta
ileuhli'd In (IMrlbitlii Ihawnrl. In thn ,n ani it, ,iaH mil of Valparaiso for
.irhiiiH liranelies In illlfeient mill- UiIh port, en route lo Vnkohaina. The
iiiinniiltens which will net under' thnl vessel Is. on a easnul eriilno, villi IntH
eiiiilKil of'lhe Kni ral eoniiiiltlee. I', of time In which tn nuke II, and in
i;. HlchanU.mi piexhleil and the fol-, uinit riilnij in u lejHiirely fnsliliin
IowIiik hiili-coiiiiiilltee.s weie Dclocted: Slid llreil tin' n itional H.'tlule of
ltiilirnad !'. C. Hinllh, elialrinait, ' tweuly-nnt Kiitm on enleriiiK Iho lni
il. ,11. Jurd.in ami V. II. Smith. Imr, und came In anchor la tho KtrcaM
Itapld Transit -(I. (!. Ilallciilyim. t she Ihu iirolly craft, built on Hie
lines of a BiUllii'- Verne I of a rather
old tyiio. and hark rlKRMl. Kho car
ries Btcitn pQ-Aor, also, hnweer.
Willi Ilic ChlHin llai? float Iiik from
her eti'in. and lite lilae pcnnuiil at
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rha.ilmm; CnpUtln Snulo ami (leo.
Aiitmiiobllcv -I'. .1. Lord, ehnlr-m-iii
: .1. A. Kennedy, tins rjehiiman,
A. A. Yoiiiib nml Stnle Kennedy.
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j Swell Summer Suits
The ALFRED BENJAMIN suit, while desiuned for
men who are conservative in their dress, clearly defines all
the style features that the best-dressed men in New York
demand in their clothes.
We offer them to you in staple Blue and Black Serge,
Cheviots, Worsteds, Cajsimeres, and the popular shades of
Brown, at the rncst raodwt of prices. Single or double
Stop awhile and see our window display,
CORNER OF TORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
Petition Presented Signed
By 806 Persons At
That the rcHldontn In tho lopor tict
tlemcnt nt Molokal arc altogether 'In
f:ior of the lelentlou ot .lack .Me
VelL'h ii h their Riiiierlulendent. WI1H
ainiily uliown when they picsuntuil a
petition to the 1'rcnldcnt of tho Board
of Health, 1.. H. Cofer, and ActliiK
(iOernor Mntl-Bmltli. The petition
H nlKiied by 80C periKJiiH, and ' pre
"Thcio Ih nothing hut Kcncrnl Bat
Isfiatlon In he Bald vllh .'cKanl to
the lueBtlKallon of tho admlnlntra
tlon of Jack MeVelKh at Molokal, '
v.iih thu iilllil.il xtatetuenl of Acllng
(iiivcrnor Mntt-Smltli tliln nioriiliii;
Just hefoin ho left for an lnsiectin!i
of tho Kaneohe InnilH on tho other
fide of thu Ihlaml Tho AetliiK (tuv-
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TO LEAVE articles,
portable articles, of
value to you, within
reach of anyone who
may fancy them.
Rent a Safe Deposit
Box from us at SO
cents a month.
EWA POLICE MAKE
Swim Through Stream
And Surprise Chinese
A Hiiicesaful hill Btronuous raid
was made a couple of dnya iiro by
Deputy Hhorllf .lade Fernando ol
Kwa and HIlleerH John Leal and Ka
olin on a RnniblliiK ilcn at Walawa.
which fur u long time past had deficit
tho cITortH of the police, Tho pi nil
was conducted in tho cook-house ol
u rice plantation about 1M feet from
the Walawa stream, and between I:
and tho Btreani was a barn and dwell-Ihk-Ihiuki,
on thu veranda of which
the Rainblei'B had a RUiml posted.
Kiirthei'iiiore, they had a Kgaiil pa
trolllnc the hank of tho stream while
another waUhed on the other Bide of
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FOR THE BEST FRUIT
place your order with us.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15,
Canght ay Jack
Makers of that delicious roncoc
tlon commonly known an Illicit boozo
hnve been runnliiR Into tho meshes
of the law lately. Hium proving; It to
he a homewhnl unprofltnblo business
for those who would distill without
(onsultliiK tho authorities. Three
Japanese were caught yesterday at
Wahlawa who were cnKUKCd In tho
manufacture of boozo of different
kinds, and this ninrnliiR they were
brought to Honolulu.
Deputy Sheriff l'ernandoz discover
ed Ihe distillers In Walawa gulch nt
Wahlawa yesterdny. Their names
nte given as Kukuslilmn Okozukn and
Khlbotn, though theeo aro not sup
posed to ho torrect. Four gallons of
okolehao were on tho premises, nnd n
large amount of ninsli was destroyed
at tho still, l'roiu all tho reports that
liuo been iecoled bo far, tho men
had a cry complete plant for tbo
manufacture of liquor, Their cases
were this morning eontlnucd until
Monday for Jalal.
lAttociafd Frut Bptcial CatHJ
SAN. FRANCISCO, Cal., May 2.
Attorney Tirey L.. Ford was found not
guilty of bribery, on the first ballot
of the jury, this is ronrs tnira
trial. The first was a hung jury and
in the others he was acquitted.
SHIP-YARDS SHUT DOWN
MsioiSatftf I'rf Sfdelal Cable
LONDON, England, Mar 2. There
will be a eeneral lockout of ship
builders throughout the Kingdom as
the result of a difference over wages
and threatened strike.
BATTLESHIPS ARE DIVIDED
M Mortal rrf Special Cablt)
SANTA CRUZ, Cal., May 2. Eight
warships of Admiral Thomas' fleet
have arrived here. The other squad
ron has gone to Monterey.
A. W. Carter nnd Mnnngor K. S.
OJerdrum of Honokna plantation wero
passengers fiom Hawaii on the steam
er Mnunn Ken, which enmo In early
J. Hopp & Co., .
185 S. KING STREET.
& Hawaiian Trust
i&ffk Company, Ltd,
Fort St. flcnol'jln
goes twice as well with a pot
BOSTON PORK and BEAN3
and BROWN BREAD.
Made every Wednesday and
Alexander Young Cafe
You Try It!
Our Soda Fountain is pop
ular with everyone who has
That's why we want
,Y0U to try it, too.
Hollister Drug Co.,
We have ineluded College Hills in
..1- Jllw Mull. A !..
our parcels ugiitgij ivme. vu ..-
Kon leaves town for Waikikl and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 2. The
Emperor of Japan has thanked the
President for his message of condo
lence following the explosion on the
cruiser Matsushima and the loss of
BUTTE, Mont., May 2. A train
on the Burlington road was dynamit
ed today. Two persons were sailed
and the engine wrecked. There is no
clue to the perpetrators of the deed.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, May 2.
Malevsky Malavitch has been an
Dointed Russian Ambassador to Ju
TO WED DUCHESS
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, May 2.
The Kin? of Sweden arrived here to
day to attend the wedding of his son
Welbelm to the Grand Duchess Marie
This "Diamond" No. 321
Box Calf Bal it made and
built to stand the knocks and
rough usage that a heavy shoe
It never stuffs, like the
kid, and it is strong and cos
fortable, a very popular shoe
with those who are looking
for shoe value and wearing
quality in a heavy shoe.
We solioit and attend
promptly to all Island orders.
P. 0. Box 449.