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Play Bali! for the
the Park Tomorrow
Tomorrow the Press Baseball
League, well adtertlsed ami well
organized, Ih to be launched tit the
Il.iseliall Park, the first game to be
pl.i)cd ut 1:30 o'clock sharp. With
the Acting Governor to pitch the first
lull liter the pun, anil with all the
lereiiionles usually ntlcmlant upon a
ntucssful open I iik. the ink-slingers
will begin a two months' season of
tho national game, which they ex
pect to make n Rre.it success, an much
through tho lmrcly amateur naturu
of the article of ball they will fur
nlsli ns through the good exhibition
they pronilsq to peddle.
Though the coinpaiathe strength
of iho tennis la still a matter of con
Jccturr, It Ih certain -that Mime of
them have n great many more expe
rienced men than tho others, though
It Is whlspcrcil that Mime of, the old
playem who will be In th-ganie are
"has-beens." Ill this case, tho wisest
of tho wlso ones nro apt to B aatruy
In prognostications, anil most of the
wlsacrci nro still silent.
.Mini) of the men arc plating their
own team lo win. which sIiowh loy
nll), anil a coned degreo of iguull
demo. When tho umpire calls "1'lay ball '
tomorrow, ono of the imlijiiu wacons
of baseball In Honolulu will be on.
Tho admission Ih. m.ule nominal, to
Iieep up with expenses 10 cents io
nuy-p.irt ot the ground.).
'After tho oponlng day. tho games
will bo laj.ed In tlio forci.oou lu
place of tnc afteniron
It Is promised that the r.iiiici In
tho Kapliilani League will be more
than usually Interesting tomorrow,
when tho RIlauce team hooks up
willt the, Young Tidal Wavcu. Iho
Young Tidal Waves have now re
organized, anil expect to put tin first-
class ball. 'The llollaiico had good.
material out In their former games, g.imo was played at O.ihu Collugo and
but have so far lucked a pitcher, ithp ciowd was partisan and Intorest
Thoy now have eomo new olllccra and led, as usual in liitorscliohistle games,
now men, and havo tomo up stronger The flu.t man to bat In tho ganio was
than over. Tho new officers and lino I walked, and tho work kept up. How-
nio: l'resiilont, W. 11. Hopkins;
manager, John K. Sylva; cnptnln,
Charley M. Hnidy; August Joseph, p;
Hrorge lhigeo, lb; M. Hardy, c; Jo
sllekiu. ih; Joe domes, 31) i Kninn,
ss; Mike I'reltas, rf; M. Canruchs, cl.
(Spcilal to The Hullo tin)
WAIIA'Kl'. Maul, May U. Thu
Miiul 11ut.cli.ill LeuRiio will opon the
hatebull Beuson with tho following
teams nt Wells l,nk on Sunday aft
ernoon, May 10
Wnlknpii tB. Stars.
Healaul vs. Kahulul.
Tlio hoys havo been ver hard nt
tirnnllrn tills week anil int-h tonin In
xnnRiTnntif victory. Tho milillc will I
show Its appreciation of the efforts
of tho hoyH lo nmiiiHi the Iomth nt
fport by turnliiB out In hugo mini
bers. j'l . (- .
"White Sox" May
Come Here to Train
For the 1908 Seasor.
A letter from Manager Conilekey, i
tho Whlto Sox, lecclveil here, eaj '
that If arraiiKcmontH couhl be mac
hee with the commercial people, I."
wonlil be Rlail to bring the White Bos
over lien; to train next Winter. This
Iocs nut come as a surprise In tlow
of the fact that the manager m.itle the
statement when he was on the Coast
last year that he rather thought he
would come on to Honolulu next win
ter. K ho toulil Ret a rooiI enough
otfer In thut connection.
Just what will bo ilone about Com
Iskey's letter will have to bo Htfeli III
tho future, though there hiciiis llttlo
doubt that, the ari.iugments will bo
maile afall hazanls
The Impetus glvi n tu ImwIihII on
the Coast this reason by tuning the
'lilto Hox theie to train pioves how
gleal would be the hrut'flt to the local
Kjmc In case the k mis could no
brought heie. Anil other lines except
baseball would be helr-ml, as It would
bo a largo aiUerlUcmeut tor tho com
munity, and would turn the och of a
good pdil of tho sportliiK win Id In this
The W'jlto Sox conic - -I m go
ninth j early, and the success of lij
Visit lo tho Pacific Coitht Ik pnib.iblj
u blR fantor In making Comlsliey's
inlud up to coming across the 1 'a rifle.
Ho Is quoted as saying llfiit the trip
lo the Coast v.'uh u good (lunml.il Ma
ture, and as exprcHsdng his fat or of
such dips light along in thu future.
Tho runahoii team hail an easy
tiling or tho baseball game with tho
High School yesterday afternoon,
winning by a wcoro of 15 to 2, lu u
contest that tv.is, principally marked
by the swlftuosa of tho toboggan on
which the Highs found themselves
klldlnc. Str.ini:n to sav. .the winners
J mnilo the most errors, though their
pitcher worked better, and tho team
hung together lu fair style.
over, It was an off-day beyond u
doubt, for both teams, especially for
the liteCis, and there Is llttlo question
that' these teams tan put up an exhi
bition of Inside ball w'.icn thoy got
down to It.
The-hlR killing of tho l'uns was In
tho roventh Inning, when thoy
matched tho lucky number by brlng-
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ins ruu,i i ,, no w,i- ,..u .u., - i
Hrrnrs let through two of tho throe
runs which tho high men scored, ono
earned run going to their credit
Tho line-up was:
I'unahou: , Lyman, l.owrey, Chi
Mut. Lldgate, Davis, Aklna, Hongs,
High School: Sing Hung, Norton
Chee, Chllllngworth, Itkc, Maical-
lino, White, Pall, Andrews.
Huns by Innings:
' 1 2 3 4 .1 C 7 S !t
Highs loiioooo o :i
Puns a u a i a o 7 ii in
Umpires'. Williams, Hampton.
SIVS (0 EASY M FOOTBALL
Couch Arnold, who Is to Ret tho
football team In shape, In case the
games expected are held with tho
Fleet, said yesterday, In speaking of
the prospect for playing. "I do not
think that the men should be gotten
out to work too soon. Indeed, 1 do
not think mi) tiling should be done
until it Is found nut If tho l'leet can
put up a team against us, and Is
.vllllng to ilo so."
This Is the sentiment of the men
lack of wicker itnd cricket also, nnd
ccordliiRly letters imto been sent to
he l'leet lu rcR.ird to nil of these
ports, and nothing will bo uoni
bout them until tho letters arc
ren id ftom.
The nnswcis In icRiird to foolba'l
re" expected on the next mall, us the
Iters wcio sent-onic time ngo. It
as been iiiniarcil that there ate two
obd teams on'thc ships, but wheth
r they arc In shape to play or not is
jcrcly n matter of conjecture.
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The Aula Club entertains tills
evening at K of P hall.
blocked iiiid mm
HII,0, Hawaii, May 7. Tho prin
cipal business ut yesterday morning's
meeting of the Hoard of Supervisors
was tho blocking of Immediate ac
tion on the bleachers project for the
benefit of baseball enthusiasts, by tho
deriding voto of Chairman Todd.
Twice wnsthcro a tlo vote, once on
Shlpmiin'n' motion that tho privilege
to elect blcacheiH bo grunted, sub
ject tf tho nppiotal of tho Superin
tendent of Public Works, nnd again
on Purdy'R motion to refer to tho Civ
il Servlco Committee, nnd each time
ToddVoteil against Immediate action.
Again, a third time, wnen tlio Civil
Service Committee wunlcd to make
a majority report on suspension of
the i tiles, Todd decided tho mailer
by toting against iUHpenslou. Her
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to the good.
Miller of the Kams Hew out to cor.-Icr-lleld.
Kern Hew out to Hampton.
Nneolo reached llrst on McCorrlslon's
ciror, and stole second. KUliliia
Jack Drsha was thrown out by
Keuter nt llrst. Hampton stiolled.
Wat leu btruek out. Kin fanned,,
llcuter went back to tho lionch,
being thrown out nt llrst, Hnmakin
boat tho hall out to first. Kama got
thvown out at llrst. McKonzlo How
out on u foul to third.
. Jack Doylo Is saving his vocal pow
er for tho second contest.
Ilnogs fanned. MiCorrtston group-
licit to seconu nun was inrown out ui
first. Illll Deshn walked, and stole
second. Hnmakiin's arm bceined to
he on the bum, Henderson hit tho
Lemon struck out. Miller wnn
deied (o first on four bad ones. Kern
also took a walk. Naeolo had a nolo
lu Ills bat. Miller utolotulrd and
Kern swiped tho second Btnflon. This
was tlio Kams' llrst chance to tlo the
score, Ktihlnn hit to third nnd was
thrown out ut first.
Lyman lilt to short and wnu
thtown out nnd Jack Desha How out
to center. Haln commenced to full
at this time. Hampton was thrown
out at lit t.
Keuter sent a long one to loft
Held fence and Kin made n beautiful
catch. It was tho best play of tho
day. iTamiiKU.i was given a pass.
Kama also had n gift handed blm.
McKenzIo grounded to pitcher mid
Hamilton tried In lalch run on third,
but was loo slow nnd all mo safe.
Lemon was struck in tho back by a
I Ychcd ball, and llnmakiia timid wild'
excitement In tu. here, crosses tho
plate. Miller fl out to McCorris-i
klou on u foul. I n funned out, utter
ho had three bulk tho Rood. There
were three men " bases.
Warren wns i In own out nt first,
and Kin slanuin'l beauty over sec.'
ond. IIoors was Ini by a pitched ball '
and to first, iul.ini-lng Kin. McCor-
rlston funned Hi atmosphere. 1 til I
Desha lilt lo sn ond and was thrown
out ut first.
Nacolc was tliiown nt llrst. Ku
hlnn also fnlled to reach first, llcu
ter couldn't change the luck nnd ho
Henderson hc.it out ii bunt to the
Initial station Lyman was given
llrst becnuso ll.ininkua, tho cutchcr,
tried to take the ball away from
him by reaching in front of the but.
This udvatiLcd Henderson, who
promptly swiped third, followed by
Lyman nt second Jack Desha struck
out Hampton Hew out to.tlm base.
Wnrien struck out. '
Hiimuktia 1qv- out 'to Hampton.
Kama went out from Hamilton to Mc
Corriston. McKeuzle alio went out
on tho same play.
PLANS FOR THE FLEET
(Continued from Page 1)
comprehensive. plans nnd the Indica
tions are that tho Ways and Means
Committee wjll ho asked to prnvldo
funds In tho neighborhood of $15,
000. to begin with. 1 II. McSucker
suggested thut moral Influence bo
used to hnvo prlvntq resiliences dec
A permanent liciidquarters will bo
established down-town nt which tho
chairmen of tho various committees
will meet at 8 o'clock each Monday
nnd Thursday morning.
COMMITTEE WILL IGNORE
(Continued from Pace 1)
would be enred for when Iho Heel nr
lives. "'I he entertainment of Iho Pros;'
Commute o would bo glto'n ut Mochl
zukl Club," H.tld Shoht.
Atkinson nskpil If MrPrlilo'a letter
had uriiu'd mid hu was told by !'. L.
Waldroti that It had not and Hint thu
matter would ho ignored.
Captain 11003 and Mr. Lucas wen'
added to tho muilc. rommltteo, which
will look nftor tho Increasing of the
membership ,iif the County Hand din
ing the stay of tho Fleet. Atkiii'iiii
said Unit tho bund had boon cut down
tremendously by tho county nnd Ihoso
who pla.ied before could bo gotten
hack at Ihat.tlmo and hu paid for
their sert Ices'.
Kdltor 11. Tsuriishlnia of tho Dully
Chronicle and jDaptaln Humphreys
wero made uinmbors of tlio nntertnlii
The meeting adjourned to meet
again noxt week. Present were:
Chalrm in V. 1.) Waldron, Kmll Dorndt,
Dr. Mltamura, S. Sheba, Henry Iter
tlcninn, W. H. Brown, A. L. C. Atkin
son, Win IIoors, Cnpt. Hees, .1, O, Hit
led, M. Phillips, Abiam Lewis Jr., nnd
W. T Lucas.
(ME TAKES OVER
Tho Hawaii Development Co. has
taken over tho agency ot tho Hawai
ian Mahogany Lumber Co., nnd it Is
reported Hint Sam Johnson may bo
mnilo outsldo manager on Hawaii,
wlicro W. W, Harris will bo general
JAPANESE DECORATION DAY.
Tho Japanese residents lu Hawaii
am celebrating toilay In commomora
Hon of their Decniatlon day. In Ja
pan the occasion Ib observed for thrco
days. Tli" Honolulu Jupanesii nro eel-
diluting lli afternoon on iho grounds
of tho Japunoso kcIiooI on Nuuanti
street near1 Vlneyaid.
Corner Union and
M'BRIDE EXCITEDLY CABLES
(Continued from Pace 1)
ed by Governor Mott-Smltli late yes
terday afternoon In which Mr. flic
IHIdo urged Mott-Smlth to glvo him
all authority to make up tho pio
giniii for Honolulu In S.in Francisco.
Following Mcllrldo's telegram
came uno from ox-Muor Pholnn re
questing that Mcllrido bo Riven tho
authority to make nil the plans for
Again this morning camo n cable
gram from McUridc Insisting thlit Ho
noliilu hurry up.
Tlio people ut tho town don I know
what nil this means. One maa had
tho temerity to ask If San. Francisco
had programs on tup, fo that tho
committee or prominent citizens up
there can cut them off by tho yard
for "small townB" like Honolulu.
Still nnothor suggested that San
Fianclsco dovoto Its surplus energy to
finding a yacht for tho Trans-Paclfls
Yacht Itacc, and let Honolulu run Iti
own Fleol-entertalnment program.
The) gciier.il Impression Is that, al
though ox-Major Pholnn U a wondor
and Mcllrido Is a warm nct,or, when
tt comes to getting up things, tho
best way (,0 piocced Is 1y ny of tho
old-fashioned route of Honolulu do
ing Us own business Itself,
Flunk, Dillon, whoso case loi em
bezzlement of postonice fiuidB on
Maui has been tiled fti tho last cou
ple of days lieforo .Iiulgo lvh, was no
iiullted loday, tho Jury helm; out only
BOt on minutes.
t- Till, ii. ii I L'J -
and .ask. for'
Regular Hack Fare
For distance runs. Special
arrangements made by hour
M IS Itt
(Special riullctln Wlrelebs)
WAILUKU, Maul, May 9.---
JUiIro Kcilolkal received a cablo-
gram from Attornoy General
llonaparto this forenoon direct-
ing htm to qualify as Judge un-
dcr his ' now commission nt
once. The Judgo Immediately
took tho oath of office and re-
celved the congratulations of
his many friends.
The I.usltana hall was beautifully
decorated last night in honor of tho
officers of. tho Brazilian training ship
Denjamln Constant, which has been lu
port for Bomo time. Tho affair, given
by tho 1'ortugucso Colony, was a suc
cessful one, and those who attended
wero greatly pleased. Tho grounds
wore brilliantly Illuminated with col
ored Incandescent lights strung, from
tho flag polo from which I'ortugueso
flag flow. The 'Concordia hand, sta
tioned on tho grounds, rendered sovor
al upproprlato selections. Tho Por
tuguese and Brazilian flags tyoro con
splcuous In tho hull where tho omll
hints and the knmaaliias enjoyed iho
evening by dancing.
During tho evening cheers for tho
Portugueso and Brazilian rulers wero
Tho, grand march was led by Major
Camara and Mrs. M V Bllva, attcr
which dancing wbk Indulgod In until
Into In tho ovenlng Count Oanavnr-
ro, coilsul for PortnKal was pt-mnt
as wero many of tho lending business
Day or Night
men of tho Portuguese colony. Com
mander Pcrrclra was unttlu" to bo
present, sending his regrets to thu
llllo, Hawaii, May 7th, 1908.
Agency of The Liverpool & London &
Globe Insurance Company, llllo,
Dear Sirs: Wo beg to acknowl
edge receipt of Check of tho lllshop
Insurance Agency, Limited, 'in Hono
lulu, for i 2000.00, In full Bettlomont
of our claim against Tho Llvorpool
& London & Globe Insurance Com
pany under Policy No. 8028095,
which covered the Pnrsonngo of the
First -Foreign Church In this city
which was destroyed by fire on the
21st of last month.
Tho prompt payment of our claim
within fifteen days after tho flro has
pleased us very much and wo shall
certainly recommend your Company
whenover wo havo an opportunity.
F. 8. Lyman, C. C. Kennedy,
, John A. Scott, Luther Sever
ance, N. C. Wlllfong, B. N.
THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON &
GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY
Grosa AiteU $54,759,553.
Assets in United States $12,560,212.
BISHOP INSURANCE AGENCY,
General Agents for the Territory of
Hawaii Honolulu, T, H.
A, G, Bllva baa appealed his case
fmm the District Court to Iho 1'lrr.i
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