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Reilly To Finish His
Charlie Hi-ill will be through with
lifixInK tomuriow, taking It easy (nun
lliat lime on to tlu IG-iountl match
which liu Is tu box Willi Jack Mc
P.iddcn on tho 29th sit the Ccutiul
A. C. lie Ik alrc.nl tapering off, im.l
ixpccts Hint ho Vk III bo well within
Warren Breaks His Leg
In Sliding To
George Wiiiri'ii, right field fur the
Pituahous, broke IiIh left log Just
above the ankle Siitiirilay, while Bllii
Ing for second In tho ninth inning.
Tho nrcldent la most unfortunate, ns
it lenioves from tho game ii promising
J (Mine pl'iver, who hns hail a good
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WAIl.UKP. Mnul, Alls. 21.
IS Tho lesult ot Sunday's game at
it Wells Paih wan Kaliulul 7,
tt WnlUiipii ".
:t is :t n :: ii it it it it n is it it
Alohas and C.A.C.'s
Win Aala Park
tlin llghtwelg'it limit when ho steps ileal of experience In scholastic b.tse-
IiihIiIo the inpoH with thu classy boyl-all im tho Coast, anil who has been
who ran -jituitily claim thu oxclu- playing more or Ions tuzuliirly with
i.fve nnil undisputed title to-the light tho Puniihotis hoio.
weight championship of those, 1st- j 'I tt it
Kcllly boxed last Saturday with
I.edcror, heavyweight on thu Ala
meda, showing up well with a ni.iti
cf superior weight, but not :i supe
llor ininch. Hcllly certainly Is n
lianilv man with his right, anil ho
tore Into I.eilcrcr in i;rcat shape.
AUSTIN A'illlt VB
Austin White did things In tho bo.
Key play at .Moaniilim esterilny. Ho
put It all mer thu Colonel by his
score of "-down. Ho tried with A.
V Kwuit and had to play It off later,
Tho full card of the evening Is now
ready, anions the attractions sched
uled being a l-rnuiul contest be
tween one George Willis of New
York, better Known to the public ns
"Jockey," and Tummy I.ano of Aus
tinlla, both bintaniH. That this will
bo a fast and furious go there Is ev
ery piospect. It will bo n nlrn foil
for the S-rouml go which W.ihllanl,
the local crack, ami McCollough of J
1'ort Shatter aie to fiiruHh.
! -5 i
wlnnltiR liy a scoio of 4 down to IS
Tho boRey for the links Is: t, 4, I,
r, fl, 5, I, I, G, or 12 strokes In nil.
Tho scores yefctciilay were:
CAME I Mil WIS
A. I'wart . . . ,
A. White . ...
Iv. Munrii . ...
(i.ilnci . . . .
O. White . . ,
llarwonil . ,
Wn !!,(" . .,
The Yoiiiir lliillellnii whltewaHhed
the Clatits .it Atkinson l'.tik yontoi
ilny In a l-to-0 came In which tho
winners showed up In championship
Tho liifky I u 'i war m.ii'e In the
third, on u bungle by Kit 111. the
The riiiiio was n ipiick one, belliR
finished In all hour ir d 1." nilnutca.
Thu lineups were:
(Hants: Chiulln Sou.ii, e; .alio, ss;
MlRiiel, If; Unwllns, 2b; Will Soiun.
if; l.illUal.ml, lb; Will Kaill, ::b;
Tommv Knlll, ( f; and Sam Kit, p.
Ilitllctlns: Itlehiirils, e; Wll.oll
I'ncpoc, Hi; Ah Chow, 2b; .loo I'Vol-
tan, p; Kalian, us; Sllvn, If; Halpll
Sllvu, cf; ami J. l'errelra, if. i
M it C
.1 Mclnoni) . .
Dr. McC.illiwn . .
W. Slnipton . . .
Z. C. Copchud .
P. ArniHtiniiR . .
A. H. Jord.ui , .
It. A. .Ionian ..
W. .lnnile.;m . .
.M. It. Jamlo'iiu
A. llottomley . ,
1). W. Andeibon
The Aloh.ist and the C A. I . M wimo
v,Iiiii("-b nt Aal.i I'.irl .xehleiil.ij. Tho
foiiner bout the Aulas by a t.roie of 7
to .1. and tho hitler put It on tho Jap
niieso A. C. by a score of 12 to 5.
Until Ramos were Ioiik am! licit vuiy
good baselull, but the fans woru
tabid, and thtiiRs went their way In
excitement and iimld muc:i real mot
Thu scores yeslcul.iy weie:
i 2 .i I r. i; 7 s a
Ilium ii o ii l l o 2 8 ii
II. II II 0 2 0 I 0 0 2 0
AAI.A A, C.
1 2 H t l G 7 8 !i
Huns o I 0 0 1 n ll 1 li
lt. II 1 0 0 1 1 ll 0
I Two Ii iso hits Townsoiid,
Ilase on balls Off Ho Yup, Ii; n
Struck out Ily Ho Yup, I; by lint
Wild pilch-Ho Yup, 1.
Passed balls Hi liu, 1; Makiiuiil, 1.
Saerlflco lilt Kala.
Double play Ho Yup to Akanu.
Umpire N. Jnckson.
Scorer W. Tin Cliong.
chinksi: A. C.
1 2 .1 I C ' 8 9
nuns 2 c o o ii :i o ii
ll. H l i o ii o i o o
JAPANKSK A. C.
12:11 r, r, t s
The Call of Aug. 18 says:
In n swooping iniifesslon made to
District Attorney Langdou mill Spe
cial Agent William J, ,Uiirns, tnins-
i Hied, signed, mid sworn to, Peto
Clauillillies lias laid bare every de
tail of tho diabolical scheme to mur
der not only .11 in (liillaghcr, but
Sprockets, Honey, liugdoii, unit
Tho young Greek bus told bow bo
touched off the fuses which caused
both tho tiiillngher explosions and of
bow lie nnd bis In oilier, John, and
Felix l'atiduvcrls plotted nnd nebcin-
,cd for weeks to m.iko the effort to
, kill Gallagher successful. That was,
. but nn Incident, however, of thu
-,wiirk which llioy Intended to do, for
wholesale slaughter of ccry one con
nected with (he graft prosecution was
3 tho ultimate cud thov hint In view.
: n n mu t iiccoiiiillsi this tboy wcro
Hoopll ,lca,iy gacrlllce tho lives of any
number of persons, regardless ot
whom they might bo.
Pete's confession has wiped away j
the last vest I go of a suspicion that
the dastardly crimes might have been
the win of iino or two fanatics. Tho'
document Is one of tho most cold
blooded confessions Hint has ever
been known to criminal annals riv
aling tho famous talo of Harry Or
(bard In scopn and brutality nnd It
carries mo responsiiiiiuy tor ino pioii
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Twoblhll llltH 1.11,
I'll kanl nnd Kn.ilil.
Ilasu mi lulls Oft I,n, S; off Pliuoii,
NHW YOUK, N. Y July 20.--nreotcd by n conimltteo ot enthusiiistio ncioimuts and scloiilislM. Henry
Farinnii of Prance, who holds tho world's official record as nn. neroplanUt and who Is to glo tho Hint iiubllc
txhlbltlnn of mechanical lllght In America, arrived on the Tournlne. of tho Kronen lino.
Mr. Karnian, with it conimltteo r.-oni the Aero ctuu, drove lo iiriguiou nianai i.icu ir.icu, nunc mu n.-
,!l,nll. ti, lin fliuini nf ninn ffiui'lil ' !... i.tl.ltl 11 l.nnl., , ti(ruat 1 Aflnr p-filllir nvnr tlin Tl'OUnd llo Bllid. With It SlgUlIlCllltt SllltlO: lllll
I 111 the dragnet of the graft pi osecu-. looks liko n pietty good place to prnctlso mid mnybo I shall ho eblo to do somethings hero heroic I leave Hint
Hon. juro not down on the program, l.ct us hope so, anyhow " . t
I It was In tbo brain of one of tho , - - - - - -- - t"
Ktruik mil- Ily In. 2; bj l"Jie.i,
P.IKSi'l ll'II- K-ilpn. I.
Sue lllc( hit Mini Yin
It ii i! ii ii
Tho Postofllco team jcstoniay
feated Piluco Kuhlo's team In
second round of tbo noqtict tnurnoy,
mid the Policemen beat tho Makco
ii ii ii
The St. Louis ball team entortaln
cd tho Santa Claras n;id the Kelos at
u limit at thu Afotig placo at Will-
klkl last night.
ii it a
The cricket playets of the Alameda
wcio badly beaten Saturday by'llio
locals, pt Maklkl, by n score ot U9
IURLINE HAS AREIVED
SAX PRDItO, Calif., Aug. 2:!.
Tbo yacht I.urllne, winner of tho
Second Trnns-Pnciflc Hace to Hono
lulu, arrived ut her homo pint heio
today. The I.urllnu wns out 19 days
: it ti ii it n it ii it tt x
i: tt tt it t: tt :; :: :: i; n it tt tt tt tt ;i
Olmo.i sped I'long one In tho ninth
ostorda which Juniped over tho
third bag, nnd which was good for'
two runs, but .was called a fivil by
Umplro Ilyincs. Tho decision was
not satisfactory to tho crowd. And,
really It looked wrong.
n tt it j
Thoro was no use for Kolo to bunt
with Kornundez behind' the hat. Nono
at all. Ho was too fast for anything
of that suit.
llurtiu made a beautiful stop mi
Saturday of a speedy offering which
bounced from tho bauds of Johnnie
it it it
Pop l.appln thought for a while
that ho had lost tho giuno Saturday,
He was delighted with that balloon
tt it ti
lloit Power did tho umpiring stunt
ngnlti on Saturday. Ho was tondorcd
something of an ovation.
Jt tt tt
uarney Jny plajod a good game
jeiterdny, . .
' Umpire N. .lackfoi.
I Pcner W Tin C'hoii",.
higher-ups that tho Idea of tho series
of crimes originated; it wns tlt
same man who planned every detail
for the carrying out of the iiiuiilei
ous attemptn; it was lo this nun Hint
I'Vllx I'nitduvcrla went fin Instrur
(liiti.i and advice cnnrernliis every
move that wan Hindu; It wiih this
man who was to pay a fabulous sum
for the accoii'Mllshtnent of the inur-'
Andrew Cox of Walalilt n-lit 111 a
dollar for tho moving pletum fii'i.l
tills moriiliig This hvm'Uk tho fund
to $;:!'' KO nnd theru is more to follow
should It be needed.
The conceit lo bu given on Satur
day evening will In lug out it largo
nudloncu and the B.ilo or HcHols la
slue to go with a rus:i. Honolulu ,
never does anything hnlf benrledly j
when It In for tho Settlement people.
Madame Arral's flmil appearance In
ccttiln to call out tbo society peopl" '
ami tho niitnes of Mrs. llallou and
Mis. 0. II. Cooper on tho program mo
always nn attraction.
stunt sweat Inn ut tho hands of tbo
iletcrtlvca who wno with him, but
within mi hour lifter leaching San
Pranelsio be broke down completely,
admitted even thing unci began tbo
telling of hh banowliiK tale.
Tho confession win secured by
Laugdoii am! Ilitrus In n resilience to
which Potu w.ia taken direct front the
folly depot, ami as tho dynamiter
cletii; it was tills man who pledged a told Ills story and answered tlij- epieu-million-dollar
fund for ll-o defense jtlons iut to him every word was tn
of anv ono of tbo artlvu paitlclpants f -c doun by a shoitliniid reporter,
wiio might ever bo caught nnd eliaig-n ho transcilptliui of tho confession
'cd with (hn urlntc. w,is lead' to Polo yesterday afternoon
I Pole Clauillillies does not swear ton l.angdon'a clllco mid signed and
the Identity of the nrch criminal. Unsworn In y Its iniihur. No Incident
rays that Paudiiverla alwajs led hluilas left untouched nnd In l.angiloii'B
to believe, unci that ho nlwayii did posKcsslcm fs now tho document Hint
believe, that Ills real employer wiih i prcilinlilj- will turn! nth Pct"f and
Abo Itnef, and that other blgber-ups I John to tho penitentiary for life.
weio cognizant of lluef s plans and
SHIP ASTRAL ARRIVES
weie concerned with him In thu
wholesale niurilor idol. Tbnt Is ns
far an ho gtcs;-yct bo haH cited scores
of circumstantial Incidents mid dc-
tails to bear him out In tho belief
that tbo (itip-tlino boss of San Kran
clsro was tho mail dltectly behind
Sniisatlonnl as It la fiom beginning
to end, the confession of Poto Claud
Iiiiich bun nlrendy been corrohoriited
In every essential detail from tho
piiichnfo of tho dynamlto to Peter's In and dig when tiiey did not want lo.
escape on a blcyclo from tho scono of 'This inoriilng a staiuiiicnc, from Juo,
Ihn crimes. Not. olllv Hint, lint llln' -"N. "Cro WIIH BClll lo town WHICH '!.
SEEMSTO BE SAFE
On Thursday last u woikmin fram
tho Count)' iptirry en the other sldo
cf tho IbI mil eime lo town and lold
Iho II u Hot in roptoveiitatlvu n
story, ho said was roleinn truth, of the
clangerB of tho cpiutry nnd tho fart
that tho workmen worn lorccd ta go
(onfpsslnns of both Peter nnd John
(very clcnrly that thu II ill lo tin's
mo corioboitittvn In
After an unusually long trip, thu
American ship Astral, loaded with su
gar, has dually arrived at tho Allan- woro each completed, signed, and
tic ici.tst. This was announced In sworn to boforo the two In others
today's topoit of tbo Met chums' Kx-iwcro brought fnco to face In District
change. Tho Astral la the ship on 'Attorney I.niigdon's
which M'mrcn Purely of this city nftcrnoon.
shipped beforo tho must.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
It wns between 9 o'clock Krlday
night, when Pete Clnuel lanes was
brought Into tbo city in tho custody
ot Hums and other detectives, mid
o'clock yostordny morning, that
icmnrkable story was told.
HUMHOI.DT HAY KNTKANCK, CAI
inoiico lb ueri'U) given iiiiu oimiii pin'a
f...... r. .,... I'n.l n..n,. v.. o .n,il1Ll,IB
litdass Binr.'wasfepoiled'adi'lM thin '"r, '"'" wek the youns Greek
day. It will be leplaced iih soon iih."1"' Mnltliciriily ftlucK lei IiIh ilonlnl or
practicable, I'm 1 1 lit Ii of iiny pail of his brother's
II) older ot tho Llght-Houso Uo.ud. confession, even In the face ot ecu-
lneliill!t tnffnin.nit mtlt' li!tvn' l)n(!l
overv respect, 1 1..,,.,!.,,,! i... ii,w,iniii nrfitw. tt. nm
absolutely, unduves the lollosslng:
Por Instance, Tom Shulrtcm Is not
dead and was nut hull at llils cttarn'.
As to ordering men Into cltiugcrcm
places nnd threatening them with dis
missal, there Is nothing in it. The
orders have always been: lo bo veiy
careful and take no iinnccexu.ii
cIiauccb. As to the slide. Titcsday,
no ono was In danger. Tito slide was
expected and men hud oineis lo Keep
to other rltlu of cpiariy.
Yours tory Hilly,
.INO. N. flKni:.
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HAKBOi. "WiiizaisiAD. ecnsACAO
ILI.HMSTAD, Cuineao, D. W. I.. Julv - -Tbo irlatlons botwenn
Venezuela and the peoplo ot tho Islnit) of Curacuo, Dutch West Indies,
are strained to u breaking point. Pollowlng a lung scries of what tho
leHldeitts of Curacao icgard na antagonistic actions on tho part of Presi
dent Cnstio, directed against thonisalvcs unci tho Dutch government,
mobs ii'iithciod In force In this capital mid cxpiosgcd their icscnttnent
In mi attack upon tho homo of u Venezuelan who had published state
tnenta In Venezuelan papers derogatory to the Island, nnd later held vio
lent cleintinstriillnus In fiout of thoiesldenco of tho Venezuelan Consul.
The Weekly Edition of the Evonlnn '''lty furioumlocl H'o (leitiiaii Consulate, wheie ho bad taken lot'ligo. nnd
Dulletln gives i complote luminary of fompulled tho onleilng out ot aimol tumps, so !mt iho CuntutlMilBht liu
the new of the day. piutceted fiont injury. I