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rcVENlNd BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., KItlDAY, MAY in, 1D0R.
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Who Will Lead For The
Pennant? Puns Are
Wc have just receive, the first carload of the famous
This is the car which created such a sensation at the ,
recent New York and Chicago shows.
It is the lowest-priced of any efficient and up-to-date
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Winners play winners and losers
Piny losers at nasclinll park tomor
row, when the. Kams and the Sntnta
rross Btlcks nml'tho Puns and Jewels
ritmlsh the second game for the
crowd. Tho former teams now havo
nvoiagcs of .000, and the latter havo
perfect averages. This will bo tho
first tlmo that the apparently weak
teams havo mot and the seemingly
strong aggregations havo been to
gether. Additional Interest attaches
on account of the fact that after tho
games tomorrow each of tho teams
will havo playc'd against each of tho
Naturally, fans are worked up over
tho result, especially of tho kecond
game. Puna va. Diamond Head A. C.
There Is Borne money going around to
say that each will take tho lead In tho
nrnnant rnco. but most of tho money
talks for the Puns, they being 10 to 7
favorites In betting done yesterday.
Matches played yesterday after
noon In thcjlorotnnla Tennis Club
Invitation Tournament resulted as
follows: A. It. Cunha defeated F. E.
at 6-4. 6-2: A. J. Lowrey beat
J. Waterhouso C-l, CI; It. S. Groy
beat H. O. Dillingham 9-7, 0-3. Tho
only match to he played this after
noon will bojnt 5 o'clock between
Stunley Kennedy and II. 8. Grey, tho
winner of this match will fill out tho
semi-final list. Tomorrow afternoon
A. J. Lowroy will piny A. ll. uunnn
and the winner of today's Kennedy
Grey match will play W. L. Warren.
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The plcturos Bhc-wh at tho Opera
House last night kept the audience
In an uproar from beginning to end.
Come of them mystified them and
kept them wondering how the thing
wub done. The comic pictures were
as good as any shown anywhere.
Thcro was a tremendous improve
ment In Miss Clifton's singing last
night and she was well received. So
woll did she sing thht the audlenco
could not believe that she'was feeling
her best on her first uppearance. Tho
gallery gods were particularly enthu
siastic Saturday night will bo tho
last. Tho scats aro to ho had at Wall
Nichols Co. ut IB cents for tho gal
lery, 23 cents for tho balcony, and
CO cents for downstairs.
While wirloiiH posses of police hav
been hunting for Lopez over almost
tho entire kona Blilo of Oaliu, that
gentleman was ail tho time, with the
exception of tho last few days, hidden
In the mountains mauka of Kawnlloa
In 'Wnlalna district.
This Is tho Btory of tho desperado
who was brought to town from Alca
by Deputy Sheriff Fernandez this af
ternoon, Lopez was taken directly to
the pollco station, where he was
closely questioned as to his doings
while ho was at laige.
Lopez says IhirJ while ho wait In Jail
be got hold of a plcco of Iron which
he washloncd into a saw, this plcco
of work taking lilm two dnys. Ho
then proceeded to cut tho barn, which
occupied two nights. Ho and Rod
rlzuez Ihcn tied a blanket to tho bars
and let themselves down t the
ground by this means. They went
first to lwllcl, and that Baine night
they proceeded to Alea. Thence they
went to Wnlpahu, up tho Walplo
gulch, through Wahlawa and Wala
lua and to the Kawnlloa gulch, whero
they made n camp. Hero tho two out
laws Btayed for a while, but finally
they quarrelled, and P.odrlguoa struck
out for himself, nnd was noon cap
Lope: remained at Kawalloa. He
often visited tho Porto lllcnn planta
tion campi. tho Inmates of which kept
him adilsed of tho movements of tho
nollcc. Ho mndo considerable money
at gambling, with which he purchased
a suit of clothes and other necessities.
Most of his provisions he picked up
In theso campi.
Last Saturday he went to Alca,
where h,c wns captured.
ed Cattle, Sheep,
Dog and Poultry
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Tho Japancsq A. C. lost tho protest
which It make over Umpire Barney
Joy's decisions' at Aula Park, last
night at a meeting of tho mvcrslcio
League. Tho referco board could not
seo that tho points of tho Japanese
were well taken.
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tt SPORTS CALENDAR
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May 10 Aala Athletic Club con
cert and dance, K. of P. hall.
May to -Ilasoball, Kams. vs. St.
Louis, Diamond Heads vs. Puns.
May 17 Walalua Golf Club tour
nament. May 20 Kaplolanl Baseball
May 23 Match race, Shamrock vs.
Duke, one-halt mllo.
May 24 Golf, Country Club's bo
Juno 4 Y. M. C. A. gymnasium
June 10 Hawaiian Gun Club's
hoot for club championship.
Juno 11 Hawaiian Gun Club's
smnl-annual prize Bhoot.
June 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un
known angles shoot.
July 3-4 Hllo races.
July 4 Maiil races.
fr Shortly beforo neon today, tho
first. of tho flo big rum Irr tho
f fortifications at Diamond llc-ud
4- was, taken out of the hold of thu
Hllonlan, at tho rallfoad wlinrf,
and deposited onto n rt'it car,
f whence It was suuiu by a big
f crano onto tho' truck which toqk
It out to the KtlluitiMii: flic
usOift tl county atojin toller
has'tyeen secured for tho service.
It, MH not requllo a great llnio
f to handle the gun or at least to r
get them oil tno t.-'iatr. ns they
will nil bo out of tho hold, it Is
saldlf all goes well, by tho tlmo
r tills paper goes on mo press, v. t
4- Four hundred fifty-two thou-
f sand, three hundred iiounds of
fittings were taken out to Dla-
mond Head cstcrday In tho
smaljcr pleccH, nnd tho like. Each -f
4- of tho five guns weighs about 14 4
f tons, two top carriages which
f havo to ho handled weigh over
4- 33.000 pounds each, and 3 base 4-
4- rings In tho lot weigh 8 tons
4- Tho weight of tho big pieces
4- on tho tacklo caused tho big 4
4 steamer to careen. Quito a crowd
4- collected to boo tho Work. 4-
Tho Kams and the Puns will cross
bata today at Oaliu College In a con
test which may decide tho IntcrBchol
astlc championship for the first scries
of tho 'schedule Tho Kams will be
tho champs In caBe they win out, -as
thoy havo a higher avcrago than any
of tho tcama now, having lost not n
Naturally, most of the men who
havo been following tho sport In the
schools, will bo out this afternoon,
when the teams hook up
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It was stated In Ihu Tax Ashossoi'd
ofllco this morning that thcro wonld
ho less plllkla regarding delinquent
tuxes thlB year than thoro was laBt.
About tho usual number of people nio
behind tlmo nt tho present writing, but
4t Ib tho opinion of the ofllclalR In tho
Much Speculation Over
Certainty of Kelo
Though ycBlcrday afternoon it
Bcemcd thnt the matter of bringing
tho tcaniB from tho Coast nnd Japan
over hero to play ball was nil fixed
up, and the public would know right
away what was to bo done, tho official
part of tho thing Is tnklng longer than
expected, nnd whllo It Is certatn.-prac
tlcally speaking, that the teams will
be brought, tho project to bo financed
by tho Trustees of tho Honolulu Base
ball League, to tho .extent of some
thousands of dollars, It is not known
just when tho League will officially bo
notified of tho determination of tho
trustees, nor Is It known when tho
league officers will meet to act on the
stipulations which the trustees mnkc.
Now thnt tho thing Is on definitely
there is a good deal of speculation as
to what tho result' will bo of having a
three-cornered International ball con
test here. The local Japanese aro par
ticularly enthusiastic over tho pros
pect of tho Kelo University team be
ing seen here, arid tho effort to get
subscriptions is tho most BiicccBBful
when thoy aro called on. It Is ex
pected that they will lend tho biiih
port of their prosenco in lnrgo num
bers, also, when tho team la actually
hero, and there Is now talk among the
Lcnguo men of tho necessity of en
larging tho bleachers, an It Is thought
tho present ones will not bo big
enough for he crowds which will bo
In tho meantime, tho Interest which
tho present games Is exciting la com
'Ing up, In vlow of tho big baseball
matches which, win bo Been tins sum
mer and the crowds at tho ball
grounds aro apt to bo Improving ev
ery sauirciny now. .
WHITNEY & MARSH
Saturday and Monday
the 16th and 18th
iHERE is in shirts
bearing the label of
a value, in that it stands
for so much experience in
cIotn-Duymg, in paiiciu-
draughting ana m styie
aesigning. The Cluett
mark assures correctness,
$1.50 and more
CLVETT. TEABODY CO.,
- Makers ol Arrow CoUara jif
Tho Kennel Club men aro having a
hard tlmo to c;ct a meeting nnd had
to postpono tho onu which was on for
yesterday. They will try to meet to
day If possible.
Tho match race which was to havo
taken place between Sunrlso and
Shamrock orf Saturday at Kaplolanl
Park has been postponed for a week.
Tho Lahalnalunas defeated tho Ill
mas at Lahalnn Saturday a week ago.
In a gamo of baseball by a scoro of G
Tho Aala Athletic Club will glvo a
concert and dance at K. of P. hall Sat'
urday evening, May lGth.
Interest Here Over
.McFarJand In Mind
A good deal of Interest was mani
fested here In t,ho Oanz-Unholtz
light held In San Francisco last night,
which" tho negro flghterwon by tho
knock-out route. Cans was the fav
orite here, ns he waB In the Ban
Kranclsco hotting circles. He had tho
lloer crazy ufter tho first few rounds,
and Unholtz proved, Just as many
fans expected, a strong but unscien
Now, Pncky MacFarland is on ta
pis. Paclty has been getting rid of n
lot of large talk lately, and It Is ex
pected that he will havo to show up
well to mako good on all ho has said
he could do. Cans may bo twelve
years older but ho still can go some.
Mrs. Nettle Scott 8ayt That She
Teaches Roman History and
An Interesting report hnB been
Bent to Superintendent of Public In
GASE IS SENT HERE
Supreme Court Will Decide Whether
County ts liable for Coats in
"Is tho County of Maul liable for
liny costs In a suit brought ny nn in-
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stluctlon Ilabbltt from the principal "'"" 5-Jf4. to what coMs?"
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TllO nbOVO IS UlO qucsuuu wnim """
of the Hulualoa school, Mrs. rvcll.e
Scott, In which she stntcs thnt she Ib
at 'present teaching Iloman history,
partial payments, and blscult-mak-Ing."
Tho report Ib really ono con
cerning cooking nnd carpentering, as
Is stated In tho opening sehtenco of
That good rcBultB aro being ou-
tnincd froin tho Introduction ol a
practical curriculum Ib demonstrated
in the report which Mrs. Scott makes.
She goes into tho detail of each day's
work, what the boys do and whnt the
girls work at, and it Is Indeed nn In
On account of tho fnct that no
flultiiblo cottnge kitchen could bo ac
quired, ono of tho Bchool rooma was
converted Into a, kitchen, and It is
hero that a great deal of tho girls'
work Is being dono. Considerable ex
been reserved to tho Supremo Court
by tho Judgo of tho Second Circuit in
tho matter r taxation of costs. Tho
case- In question Is that of Frank Un
hello, plalntirf, against tho County "f
Maul, in a suit for a bill of Injunction.
On nccoutit of tho fact that no sat
isfactory agreement enn bo reached
In tho loner court, tho question Una
been reserved, as Ih thociistmn In
such cases, to tho Supremo Court.
Tho attorneys for both Bides -agreed
to hnvo tho matter decided hero.
Tho reservation is dated May Ith,
at Wallukn, Maul, and la signed by
Judgo A. N. Kepolknl.
SE0NQ CHEW'S DEPARTURE
A dlvorfo granted under an agree
ment of tho partlos Interested form-
tax office that things will t-hnjio them-1 Ing collusion, Is not a legal dlvorco,
Bolvcri Very woll before night,
Thoro has been a ott-ady stream of
pcoplo beforo tho windows all tho tlmo
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Danny Long, tin; Seals' manager,
wnnts the slzo of first bag enlarged.
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A few days' moro racing aro yet to
como'at Emory vlllc.
This declblou wub mudo by tho Su
preme Court this morning in tho caso
of Ppleaumoku (k) vs. Makancole,
both of Kauat. Tho syllabuH Hays:
Dlvoi co collusion in prosecution ol
bult: A libel for dlvorco brought ut
tho Instigation and for tho benont of
tho defendant upon his agreement to
pay tho plaintiff money is properly dis
missed on tho ground of collusion.
Hooked for China per thu 8. S. Ko
rea Is tho genial Scong Chow, mana
ger of Yco Chnn & Co., who goes Tor
n llirnn mnnllis' bnlldnv. Willie Ml
mil n 10 uvuih ,.. .......... ...... -- j. (...bw , - --
penso was Incurred In fitting out the 'china ho will buy n large anil varln.l
room, but as nn Illustration of the stock of grass linens, silks, muslins,
efficiency of tho work carried on, nnd a general lino of CIiIiipbo good,!.
Mrs. Scott statin that It has nearly, Sciiiik Chow Is well known and liked
all boon paid from tho rocelptB fioin.ln Honolulu, and it Is hoped thnt ho
tho Bale of Jelly made by the girls.
Evening Pulletln 75 per month.
will return safely and soon.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
The ndjourned annual meeting of
the stockholders of K. O. Hall & Son,
Ltd., will be held at' the office of the
corporation, Fort and King streets,
Honolulu, on Friday, May 22nd,
100S, nt 9 o'clock a. m,
Election of officers and traduction
of general business,
K. II. PAWS,
Bocrotnry, H. O. Hull & Bon, Ltd.
Referee Saved Unholtz
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal May 1 1. Joe Gans won the bout with Un
holtz In the eleventh round, when the" referee stopped tho light, Unholtz
bolng unable to continue He was strong, but awkward, and could not
land effectively, Unholtz was knocked down In tho fourth lound "by nn
uppercut on the chin. The lloer, In further rounds, fought wildly, and
was knocked down In the beventh with a swing of Gans" right to the chfh.
It became only n question of time when Unholtz would be Bout to the,
floor. In tho tenth ho wns dazed and clinched tho lound out. In tho
eleventh initial, (Inns Blond iinUIo and tho Iloor blindly htruck tho air,
Tho referee then stopped thu light.
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