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EVENING MJU,ETIN, HONOLULU. T. H YuESDAY, DEC. 8, 1908.
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Avoid slcUne3 among fowl by
making housings au.l surroumf-Infnsa-iltary
In tlio whitewash, pall will work
wonders. The surest cure for
scaly lrgs and like troubles is .
A itu! quart wM rM 100 irn of fttl
He tnit flf , Pie Rnrnjliurroonu
nndhotivscnro In D ihj- lll kcrp
tbf m can ami lotui o ior(ect fteMth.
"Tha Orntt flnnl Tat Oarbollo
OIinfootnnt Dip." $
E.O. Hall & Son
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Alleged To Have Started
Game and Raided It
Thnt the rumpus In tho police cir
clet which followed the urrcst undo
In Officer I.cnl niid cx-Ofllccr Apann
of twenty-seven Chinese gamblers In
n den on Mntinnkcn street will be
aired lit the courts, whether the
Clriiiul Jury finds nny true bills in
the matter or not. Is now fairly .i
sured, ns Chas, P. Chilllngworth, the
nttorncy fur the defendants, hns filed
nn npiieal of their case to the, Cir
The Chinese pleaded guilty, and
wele lined nil this plea, but the ap
peal Is tiled for mitigation of sen
tence. It being contended that the ar
resting police officers used Improper
inc.ins In making tlio raid, namely
that first they themselves Rot tho
Knme started, and then pulled In the
victims of their wiles.
I ''It Is my Intention to show that
the ofllcors tent nn Informer lo the
place who started the Bame himself,"
said Chilllngworth. "I contend that
It Is not proper for tho police to en
tourage the (oinmHslon of offenses,
to Instigate it, as n matter of tact,
and, under these circumstances, I
hold, the defendants should not h.ic
been 11 11 oil at all."
Katharine (loodson nnd parly nr
rlu'd this morning In the S. S M.i-
kura and the plann recital that has
.been arranged for will began at 3
I Oct jour lunch at lio Now E.igland
linker)'. Hotel street.
Combination for Dogs
Just to Hand
Contains: Antisceptic Mange Wash, Anti
septic Dog Soap, Dog Blood
Destroys all Vermin, Cures or Prevents
Obtainable at BENSON, SMITH and HOLLISTER DHUG
PAINT RED INSTEAD
OF TINTING TOWN
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
THE EEALM OF SPORT
Kast golf Is played on Presidio
links. San Francisco, and C. D. Whyto
The ancient pastlmo of painting tho makes new record.
town red was varied in n unique man-1 St It it
this morning by W. J. Cooper ot inanKsgiving . uuiu-.
Commlttco at Yonkcn won uy irisn-Amencau
WILL TOUR WORLD
tho Hawaiian I'lomotlon
and a well-known local newspaper
man. When tho couple enmo ashoro
from the R. M. 8. Makura Just beforo
noon, It was noticed that they wrro
coered with n lurid coating of red
At 111 st tho men wcru oxtrqmciy ret
icent concerning their reasons for
adopting tho customs of tho American
aborigines and putting on war paint.
When the customs Inspector on tho
Picked team of "prep" schools de
feats Santa Clara College at Ilugby,
R to 3.
st n m
Hlg crowd sees Knitters beat Im
perials at ltccrcntlon Park, San FraJ-clsco.
ALEXANDER HUME FORD LEAVES
TONIGHT FOR MAINLAND
Has Been Active in Organizing Club
for Perpetuation of Aquatio Sport
and Will Visit South Seas to Study
the' Art More Fully
All new patterns, heavy quality, (c
good for the cold weather, per yard "
I4. A-llOy, Nuuann below Hotel
may be worked in any home by simply apply ing with a
common varnish brush a thin coating of
Old woodwork, floDrs, and furniture will look as good
as new with a single application.
T.H.Davies fc Co., Ltd.
wharf seemed Inclined to hold them French car wins grand prize Intor
up and turn them over to tho rcpreson- nnt on , , contest held in Savuti
IbIIi rtt l.n I... n I iron , Inn 'Atl. llini
Itllivi: n lliv iiiiiuihKim'ii Dui.ivt, ...w .,,.
hastily made an explanation, howovcr. I .
According to their story, they wcro us " " ..
maklng tho rounds of tho ship with cap at opening of Arcadia meeting.
Purser Harnett, when n careless sca-( Don Enrique wins Thanksgiving
man, who was painting ono of tho Day handicap at Emeryville.
masts, merturnccl his paint pot
To make matters more exasperating.
before tho astonished young men had
had a chanco to get their wits togeth
er after tho accident. Chief Officer Ml
ley rushed up nnd proferrcd hospital
ity. The result was that they assured
him that tho mishap amounted to
nothing ami, In consequence, their
chances of rccocilng damages van
ished In thin air.
Rudolph Sprcckcls arrived hero 4
the Mongolia yesterday afternoon for
a brief visit nnd is now staying at
the Moana Hotel. His trip is one of
l.iislnets, he having como to look ott
er some of his father's property horn.
Sprcckcls ba)s that tho graft Pro
ruitlon In Sun Francisco will win
out, ns dally more. nnd,morc peopla
are beginning to seo tho necessity (or
haviug all dishonesty in public busi
ness stamped out. He says that it Is
his firm belief that tho majority uf
people, noT only In San Franqlsco,
but In the entire Stato of California,
are In s)mpathy with tho Graft Prosecution.
FERN FILES DEMURRER
(Continued from Pace 1)
paragraph numbered 11 of said peti
tion that the total number of voles
claimed by petitioners to hnve been
to legally catt for said John C. Lane
for said office of Ma) or numbered
only 21S8, whereas the official re
turns ns set out In paragraph 4 of
Defeat Uluas in Fast Otune of Indoor
Baseball After Strenuous Pas
, sa?e at Arms
Ten to seven waR the scorn Inst
night In the Indoor baseball game
between the I.ealil team of tho Y, M.
C. A. and the Uluas: nnd the Uluas
wcro on' the short end ot the scoring.
It was 11 very close game nnd tho
spectators watched tho play In breath
less silence, 1L being unbod)'s game
up to the last inning.
The Lentils did the most ot their
scoring In the first three Innings, get
ting a lend of seven runs. ' Then their I
opponents got busy and did n little
scoring themselves. Things wcte
kept golni' at n lively ralo until tho
The following was the line-up:
Lcahisi llaptlst, c; llcchcrt, p; Oil
liland, lb; Carey, 2b; Vocllcr, Ub;
Ulups Dccolto, c; J. Honan, p;
Ah Toori', lb; Ed. Honnu, 2b; F. S.
N'ott, 3b; Qunn, f; Rosa, f.
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POKAtS'WERE DEFEATED IN t
' FAST-GAME AT EWA SUNDAY
The Pokals wero defeated by the
Lanakcla baseball team at Ewa last
Sunday. Seven to nothing was tho
score In the game, tho Uinakllas suc
cessfully shutting out their oppon
ents without a single run. The line
up of the teams was ns fo.'lows:
LanaKlla J. Qouvea, rf; A. T. Sil
ver, us; D. 'Souza, cf ; J, Ellas, c; M.
Rodriguez, 2b; II. Cordclro, If;
"Dewey," 3b; M, Kernandez, p; Mey
Pokal A, Anderson, c; E. Nuncs,
said petition show that said John C.
Lane received n total of 2212 votes.
andvtlint respondent Joseph J. Font cl; 0. Poe, 2b; D. Kckahuna, If; K.
received a total of 2220 votes tor .nunono, us; w. jao,K, p; a. ouva, au;
duly J. Knluha, lb; H. Andcrton, rf.
Ninety-eight cabin passengers
wero brought hero by the Pacific Mall
liner Mongolia, which reached her
dock shortly after 3 o'clock yestorday
afternoon. In addition six cabin pas
sengers, with through tickets, stop
ped over for u visit.
Tho Mongolia experienced good
weather throughout tho trip, though
head winds delayed her jirogrcss
somewhat during the first two days.
She brought considerable mall.
Among well-known llonolulans
who returned home on the ship are
Mr. and' Mrs. E. Faxon Ulshop, Mr.
said ofnee of Mnyor and was
declared .elected to said office.
"3 That It docs not appear from
said petition In what election district
or districts the petitioners, or any
of thcin, aro now, or were at tho
time of tho holding of the election
leferrcd to In said petition, qualified
"I That It does not appear from
hald petition thnt tho required num
ber of qualified voters or any olectlou
district hnvo Joined In tho bringing
of this proceeding, or that this couit
has any Jurisdiction in tho prem
ises, "Whcieforo respondent prays Judg
ment whether ho shall bo required and Mrs. W. R. Castle, Jr., Mrs. LydU
to further anhwer make, and that
bnid petition against him be ills-
mlbheil, nnd for his reasonable coats
In this behalf unstained."
II. Coan, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hedcmann,
C. II. Olson, nnd Rev. J, W. Wadman
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, December 8,
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived Doc. 7:
R. S. Mexican from San Fr.incUco.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 8:
S. S. Hllonlnn, (icnco Dec. 1.
SEATTLE An Ived Dec. 8;
S. S. Alaskan, from San 1-ranclsco
Craud preparations aro being made
for a banquet to bo given at the Mo
ihlzukl Club' nc.t Saturday night In
honor of Mr. Foklcda, who arrived In
, Hid Korea to become manager ot the
local branch of the Yokohama Specie
Hank. Tlio dinner will be In the na
ture of nn introduction of Mr, Tokleda
itii local prominent citizens, both white
. Kf TnlrLila lu a ru d,,n In nf llwi 1-n.
When the Canadian-Australian lin
er Mnkura sails at 6 o'clock this aft
ernoon for llrltlsh Columbia, sho will
carry, among other passengers, Alex
nnder Hume Ford, ''the' father ot tho
.Outrigger Club," Ford Is headed on
I a tour ot the World, and, beforo he
returns here, will probably visit the
South Sea Islands, ( where ho will
have particular' opportunity to study
When Ford started In to organize
the Outrigger Club, it was with tho
intention ot perpetuating tho historic
aquatic sports of tho 'Hawaiian Isl
ands", which seemed In danger of fall
ing Into oblivion through disuse. An
expert oarsman nnd trained nthlnte
himself, ho was able to set nn exam
ple which his enthusiastic colleagues
quickly followed and soon thcOutrlg
gcr Club was an actual fact. Mem
bership In the organisation Increased
rapidly until there are now nearly
300 names on the rolls.
Realizing that. If the club wcro lo
ho a permanent affair, it was neces
sary to provide a home for the or
ganization, Ford leased a plcco of
land on Walklkl Reach, between the
Moana nnd Scnsido Hotels. A twenty
year lease was secured on the proper
ty, n very reasonable rental being
The next problem to be faced was
that of a building. The now club
had .an empty treasury, so anything
txpcnslvp was out of the question,
without tho Incurring of a large In-
dobtedness. The problem was solve I
by the purchase of n grass nouse ou a
neighboring Island. The house was
brought here and erected on tho
site of tho club's new home.
With one house for a starter,
things, moved along rapidly and soon
mlnlaturo Hawaiian village had
sprung up where but a few weeks be
fore was a baro patch of sand.
Then the work of expanding the
plant was undertaken. New build'
ings wero erected. A locker house
and bath houses went up, 11 ladies
bath house was next erected, and
Saturday night last a dancing lanal
over the lagoon was completed.
Membership In tho Outrigger Club
Is open to men, women, and children,
and the plant has been designed with
the view to furnishing ample accom
modations for all members. A care
taker has been placed in chargo of the
grounds, arrangements have been
made for serving meats on the
grounds, and everything Is now run
ning In shlpshapo order.
Nearly a month ago Ford arranged
to start at onto on his world tour.
Realizing that the Outrigger Club
had hardly renched a point in lis
growth where It could safely be left
to run lUelf, he postponed bis de
parture, however, until the comple
tion ot the new buildings.
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ENGINEERS ISSUE CHALLENGE
Tho Engineers encamped at Wal
klkl Reach are very anxious to ar
range a basoball game for Sunday
next. They have n sort of general
challenge standing nnd will probably
succeed in nrranglng a game before
the end of tho wook.
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AKINA IS CAPTAIN
klo Imperial University and was "at
,,..... ... i. ii 1 .,.,.... one tlmo connected with tlio Now York
CUmllno leaves hero for Kaanapill on co f 'ho8'ccl0 ,,an!';1 Hf. J" 5
December 11. sho will carry what mall We;.saiit English conversationalist and
..... ' . . .. ulil nn flnitht Itn rprnlVnn with nlnua.
for 1110 mainland mere may 110 in me ; v-y -," r, .,., Y "
local office. At Kaanniull tho mall
Whitney 4 Marsh, Ltd.
A full assortment of
for Ladies and Children,
Fitted Bags, etc.,
Now on Display
Get your coupons
for the DOLL'S
HOUSE. One vote
will bo placed on board thn American-
Hawaiian freighter Arlznnan for trans
mission to tho Pacific Coast.
Tlio bending of tho mall by tho Ari-'
ronan Is mado advisable by tho rapid
tire, by the kamaalnas of Hawaii nel.
Thero will bo about two hundred Invi
tations Issued to tho friends.
When the American-Hawaiian,
frolghter sails from Kaanapali for
lty with which tho mall sacks pile up San Francisco a week from Saturday
i.ljout Christmas time. After tho Ala- she will carry 4000 tons ot sugur.
nicdii, which Balls tomorrow, thoro will This will bo tho first shipment of tho
now sugar crop made to the main
land. Part ot the sugar Is .being loaded
Polo pla)ors open season on 011 board here today, while the re
pot bn another pashongor ship leaving
burn for tho Pacific Coast until tho
Nippon Mam, which sails on the 18th.
Clark's field with fast game.
By Hour or Trip,
G. C. Beckley, Jr.
malnder ,wlll be taken on board at
Kaanapali. Those who aro In clooo
touch with affairs bellovNp that tho
cargo will oxcee'd the estimated 4000
tons rather than fall below it.
Clement Aklna will captain tho
Oalui College football team next fcca
son. At a meeting held yestordny
afternoon, the 'husky taciu'o was chos
en to lead the forces ot the Punahou
institution against the High School
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TANSAN PLAY, SUNDAY 1 t
On Sunday next (He fourth Tansan
tournament will be playod at IJale
Iwa. Entries wijl close at 1 o'clock
In the afternoon and no ono wh Ar
rives after that ttmo.wlll bo allowed
to compete in the tournameqt. i '
r'Tar Salr" eards at Bulletin.
Tho Oceanic liner Alameda will mil
lor Hie mainland iomoriow mornlm; nl
1(1 o'clock. Mall will eln-ut promptly
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