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Baseball Magnate Talks
Tells What He Thinks 61 Honolulu '
Baseball As It Is today
Mlque Fisher called at (ho .11 u I -
I o 1 1 n office yesterday to my good
bye, nnd, Incidentally, to glvo a short
account of tils Impressions ot the won
dcrful trip which will finish in tian
Francisco next week.
Mlque said the idea of the Oriental
trip originated In Honolulu during
1!'07. When the visit of tho baseball
to Japan wng first mentioned, every
body said the trip was Impossible
Jess Woods and Fisher thought dif
ferently, however, and it was decided
to send Woods ahead to mnko nrrango
ments nnd fix rates. How the ad
vnnce agent succeeded' Is an old story
now. To quoto Fisher: "Kvcry city
we visited In tho Orient went almost
cra?y about tho team. It made us
glud to think wo were Americans. We
had, in planning our uniforms, taken
euro to havo the good old I'lrt'g put
pietty well nil over the suit. If any
one In the various cities we visited
didn't like us, and began throwing
bricks well, they could not help hit
ting the flag, and then there wouftf
bo something doing sure.
'We followed Woods' schedule
closely, and there was not nn engage
ment wo did not keep to tho dot. In
Canton, although only fifteen 'Amer
icans rcsldo there, a baseball nine, ex
ists, and wo played them, too. These
people clubbed together and paid all
our expenses to nnd from Hongkong.
Tho Canton Americans treated us
royally, nnd wo were sorry to leave
"Shanghai alto treated us well; we
were dined and wined during our
whole stay In that city,
In Kobe tho people simply clung
to us when leaving, and wo nearly
missed tho s,tcnmcr. In Toklo and
Yokohama we played fourteen game,
nnd met some strong clutii there,
llasoball In Japan Is the national
game even tho llttlo children on
tho streets arc always playing the
"For ono gamo In Toklo wo loaned
a battery to tho Japs. Tho, pitcher
walked three men In succession, nnd
tho Japanese thought It was Int'on
tlonnl. It looked as If n riot would
eventuate for a while. Tho rooters
wefo calling us all sorts of names'
fortunately, wo did not understand
why tho 'crowd was yelling so wo
pultod our pitcher nut ot the box.
"Manila surprised us nil, as wo ex
pected to find a lot of savages. In
stead, wo met sonic of the finest peo-
plo In tho world. The Manila boys
wero betting all sorts of money that
their Ham would Iirrtt us.
"Hongkong has only u few Ameri
can rcsldonts, but they gave us u flno
"Ovor In Manila wo woro all lavlt
ed out In tho country a little way to
spend New Year's Day. Our hosts
were a bunch of bachelors who lived
together In n bungalow nnd called
themselves 'Tho Kxlles.'
"The trip out to tho bungalow was
made in automobiles provided by the
'Kxllos.' Ilrlck Dovorcaux nnd I wero
In tho touncnu of tho front machine,
while ono of the Exiles sat next to
"After about half nn hour's run
wo had had our New Year's evo din
ner In Manila and all felt good wo
canm to where two roads met. Our
chauffeur turned to tho right al
though the driver ot another auto
stopped runl argued that the road Was
not safe on account ot bolomen.
" 'Forgot It,' replied our man, 'tho
bolomen all get drunk on New Year's
co; they won't troublo us tonight;
wo will chance It anyhow,'
"When lie started up that dark
toad, Ilod Dog and I felt real scared,
but didn't like to question the driver.
Ilrlck enquired If there was any dan
cer, and was told that sometimes the
bolomen did hold up, In fuel cut'up,
tourists. Ilrlck at once produced his
gun, and I'll admit that I did tho
same. Tho Hxllo protested that tho
guns wero a menace to the men on
tho front seat and confiscated tho
"I had n big wad of money on mo
nnd did not feel comfortnble about
things In general. 'Oh,' said the Ex
tic, 'If the bolomon, get us you won't
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
of His Oriental Trip-Also
be troubled about the wad; It's your
head that wilt bo the thing to look
"Ily gosil! riv minutes afterwords
wo were surrounded by n yelling
horde dt s'avngcij It makes mo sick
to think ot It cvfti now. 1 was scar
"Tho Exile one chauffeur tilil great
work with our guns, whilst I tried to
get out of the machine (snd hide
somewhere. Ilrlck was yelling all
tho bas6ball signals ho knew at the
cllniiffcur, but nothing doing the.
machine simply Stuck right there.
"Seeing no other hop for it 'but a
run for shelter, Ilrlck nnd I mndo u
break for Manila. Neither of us are
Marathon runners and, after what
seemed like n ten-mile spin, we wcro
winded, and dived Into' the bushes to
"fc had Just about recovered our
ulml whmi mn,. vnll4 mm. I f.a.fnl
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screams told in the bolomen wero on
our trail, Wn started once moro: I
hail the 'dough' In one hand nnd hnd
tho other held ngalrint niy side to ease
a horrible pnln that had attacked
"Suddenly wo heard tho welcome
sound of an automobile honk-honk bo
hind us and at nnre slowed up. It
was our machine, and great was our
relief to sec that the Kxlle nnd chauf
feur we're unjnjurcd. They evidently
had beaten off the natives.
"We did not tumble to the Joke till
we saw the rest of tho automobiles
coming along the road, slopping here
apt! th.crp Jo pick up other tnemucrs
of the teapi who had also been scared
lnt "'!! ' tl)e bush.Ohl It was
"1 Doa' "u ' walu non ol lnal
kind again. It all seemed too true
at the tlm- 'hsprtned. and oven
now I wakorun nights arid feel under
.my plow to see If tho wad t' not
as nig now as it was tnen is sure.
, "Honolulu certainly surfrsed us
by showing such' jjttle-t Interest In
baseball. I attribute the- reason to
lack of management.
. "I was accused of advertising cer
tain novel eVentsnn'd then not carry
ing out the program. I want to say,
right here, that I am not to blame
for the sports falling to -materialise.
I am not manager of the.ball grounds.
If I had been, tho sports would have
taken place. "
"At the meeting of tho ground trus
tecs I suggested tho field Sports, but
on tho ball grounds could find no one
Finally, I must say that If base
ball was properly managed In Hono
lulu thero Is' no tovJri In tho world of
Its site that coud compare with It.
The pubic are enthusiasts', and the
rrotlng Is tho hest I've heard for
many a day."
Fisher wished he Hull tin to
convey his aloha nut to all Honolulu
Reach Team Off
To Coaist On
The Iteach tram of baseball play
ers left on tho Tenyd Maru'lnst ovon.
Iiig. Tho steamer was supposed to
leave at 8 p. m. but did not get
awny until 10 o'clock". Tho lato ris
ing ot the moon was'the reason given.
It was a very dark night, and Cap
tain Dent as taklner no chanties.
There was quto it Crow1 ot people
on tho Whurl add lcls were much In
evidence. Tho fair sex was well rep
resented, and many a sweet face was
bathed In tears. -
Dantlg arrived on the wharf, cov
crcd with lots nnd surrounded by a
bevy of lovely girls, Urlck Davcrcaux
looked with entlous eyes at Danzig
nnd remarked, Oh, If I only could be'
called Dan for short."
A Hawaiian quartet of singers play
ed nnd sang for sotno hours, "Aloha
Oo" was rendered y som'o stevedores
who were enroUraged fo contlnuo by
liberal gifts of rough mixture.
Tho All-Star team created a very
favorable Impression In Honolulu.
The boys were a fine lot of good,
clean gentlemanly sportsmen, nnd ev
el) ono In Honolulu wishes them good
luck In the future,
Ueach Margin shoots dishes off
table, and InfllrtH
serious wound In
It cost Mlque Fisher a dollar n yard
to finally get on board tho Tcnyo
Mnru. It happened tlitls: The race
between McDufflo nnd Fisher sched
uled for Sunday last fell through, as
overyono Is aware. Usher one day
last week had wandered Into a down
town saloon. Tho bartender had
started Joshing the baseball manager,
and finally gave It as his opinion that
Fisher daro not run McUuffle. Tho
booze dispenser backed his assertion
up with an Offer to bet thirty plunks
that Fisher would not too tho scratch
on Sunday with the big Mac.
Fisher, covered tho bet, and wo
know the rest. The stokes were
claimed by Fisher on the ground that
he was willing to run the match but
could not agree to some of tho con
ditions as to starting, etc.
Tho stakeholder would not pay
over to Mlque, nnd Fisher hollered
Last night Mike was standing by
the steamer rail and was discussing
tho it hotn matter. "Cold feet! flail)"
he elled. "I'll run tho man now,
A yell of delight went up from the
crowd and M,cDufllq appeared on the
stone. A course, was nt once marked
off thirty yards and t:ie two hcaVy
weights toed the line. One fnlsn
start and they left the mark as one
man, Mike led for about nine feel
ten Inches by an abdomen'; then Mae
forged ahead, and Dually won with a
yard to spare.
Mlque was all In. and It took him
Mime time to get his breathing appar
atus going In shape again.
Mike took his defeat well, remark
ing; "Well, boys, It's all off now;
novmore .Id-dollar talk," and then
tno crowd ict tooso.
Trustees to the
Bad On Ball
.Tho league baseball trustees hsAo
mlde uu a list at theirrrjcelctn and ex'.
pendlturcs for the past year. and-from
inesc, ii may-, do seen mat givinrme
local public attractive baseball ts hard
ly a remunerative business. The fol
lowing M tho list!
Credit balance. Jan. 1, 1908...$ 127,36
ftocclpts loague'gans, 1908.. 910.90
refreshments, '... 20.25
International .series G,G23.6o
SUndry rent of grounds 372.20
Bain 9 head thcop 21.SS
Donation1, llapld Transit Co. . iOO.OO
Loan, covered b note . 1,000.00
Overdraft, Dec. 30, 190S .... 174.09
Water rates t 66. SO
Tales . so.oo
Extra benches 191.92
Interest on overdraft 4.80
I'erccntago to league 1,050.00
Percentage, to others 177.07
Sundries for grounds 309.70
Expenses International scries. 5,915.4
Advance, account Reach team 800.00
rnoro aro now outstanding sundry
bills amounting to about 140; also hills,
tor repairs to feneo blown down In
lata storm, not yet prbscntcd.
rrcmiPPOSlnK that the Iteseh ser on
reiinld tho trdstccs for tho 1800 thi-v
ndanced, thoy nro dllll 375 out, lie
sldos tho outstanding bills that havo
not yot been .turned in. This docs not
look very encouraging and IL seems
hsrd that thoy should havo put In so
milch work and wofry'lo prtnlrto Inter
esting ball and then lsu money by It.
BPOUTi iBY. Tib:
Tho Mountain AVIo'w, ."olaa, racing
maro Sweet'.Nell settynsj.td hayo seen
her best das. She wlis 'heavily back
ed to beat a Japanese owned horso,
Tommy, at Illlo latejy.
Domingo Fcrrclra 'rode Sweet Noll,
n Jap piloting .Tomlil);. vNotwUh
standing tho supir.lor Jockey on
Sweet Nell, Tommy'wbu easily byk
couple of lengths.
Fred, llurnlnghafu haB decided to
give tho racing gamo n, rest and
Sweet Nell ts now a, genulho luna'a
Vcterson, who fights Dick Sulllvnn
next Saturday night, Ilka Dick, Ian
man who needs very little work to
got him ready for it fight. Ho Is
working hard alt the same for Satur
day night's go.
On Saturday he nhd Nelson werd
tthntnn-finlm.l In lllA mnn.l rarnnn rt I
I Peterson,' durlnn n conversation,
On the 14lh ot March (he long-
dlRtnncc0-ns-you-p1canc to llalchva
will tako place. At a meeting held In
the root garden at tho Young Hotel
yesterday nfternoon tho dale for the
etcnt was settled, nnd a representa
tive named to visit Halclwn nnd con
fer with Mr, llldgood on the matter
Illdgood wilt mako Special arrange
ments for all those going down to
HAlclwa for tho Marathon.
It was decided io have n nominal
forfeit fee fifty conts In regard to
the race. Many men enter theso
events with no Intention of compet
ing whatsoever; they ontcr simply to
get their names In the, papers. In this
rnco If a man enter it and docs not run
then his half-dollar goes to some de
The meeting yestenlny was not
well attended nnd therefore all the
details' could not be settled. Messrs.
Ixiwc, Ajrcs, and Denshnm wcro elect
cd as n committee.
It wss nlso resolved to nsk the
following gentlemen to" act on the
committee of management: Lieuten
ant Chilton, Fort 8hnfter; Mr. lllan
chard of the High School, Mr. Arnold
of O.ibu College, Mr I Ion wood of
Knmetinmoha, aud Mr. Cheatham.
All details will be published ns
soon ns the members of tho commit
tee chosen have signified that they
t tt a
Good Ball At
Camp; Co. G"
Tho baseball game between Com
panies O nnd K was played off jes-
terday nfternoon, nnd resulted In an
other win for Company O, with n
score of 9 to 7.
In tho fourth, the game was excit
ing, Company H making a three-
strike. Tho "'h" then pulled them
selves together and scored three In
the sixth, nnd again thrco In tho
Tho official score was:
llrnner, 2b-cf . .C 1 1 2 2 3 1
Howe, 3b !i 0 1 O 2 2 0
Oafclcy, c CI 209 10
Qongol, If S 1 1 0 0 0 0
Santcn, 11 5 2 2 2 5 1 1
Qunn, rf C 3 2 2 0 (I 0
Ilamsay, 2i-p . . . fi 1 2 0 C 3 0
McCharty, ss . . .fi o 2 0 2 l ,1
lloloun, p-cf ...1020221
..44 9 lC 627 13 4
nird, i .'. . .0
Howell, If C
Iloland, ss C
Howlanrt, 2b ...5
llrady, lb S
Street, ct 4
Trcwer, 3b , , . , 4
2 2 4
1 1 1
2 0 0
4 1 2
Holt, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
James, c 4 1 2 211 0 0
Totals 41 7 11 7 27 7 10
AMERICA LEADS IN
TRADE WITH JAPAN.
Toklo, January 27. Japan's foreign
trado returns tor 1908 show that
America led other nations In business
with Japan, although in American
trado also tho vvorld-nldu depression
was apparont, Japan's Imports from
America tor tho jear amoupted to
161,000,000 and Its exports to America
Stanford names trio to represent
university. In Carnot medal debate.
said ho was homesick. On being ns
nurcu mat nawau net grows on a
man, bo remarked: "No doubt Unit's
correct, but n man has to go awny,
and come back again, to get that
feeling, l hear."
Peterson will, without doubt, find
that tho old saying: "Sco Venire nnd
die," Is nlso applicable to Hawaii -with
the addition ot one word
Talking of Hawaii, reminds one
that unexpected beauties nro reveal
ed at very odd moments. Wandering
down King street ono day latt weel
In search of sport dope, tho writer
turned down Nuunnti towards tho wa
terfront not tho becrfront.
A glance down over the shipping
and whnt n marvelous scene and
wealth of color was revealed!
Tho sun hnd Juit bet; still Us
biams wero Illuminating tho ilotid
banks gathered on tho norlzon,
A mass of various-tinted colors
gieeted tho ejes. Tho harbor lay
like a South Sea lagoon' without a rip
pie on Its bosom.
Tho water was of a llglit-lilun rol
or, and tho reflections of tho clouds
showed hern nnd thero. It Irresisti
bly enrrlc.d ono back to tho coral
atolls of tho South Pacific.
Ono of tho chief charms of Ha
waiian scenery Is tho variety of Its
biauty. Tho senses nro being con
stantly astonished with something
The South Seas havo their beauty
spots, suro enough, but, oh! the
scenery of Hawaii takes tho cal.n suro
Co m m o do r
Tutt Is Dead
Commodore f'lurloh I, Tutt, who
IMtcd Honolulu In hl yacht, th
Anemone, when the first Trans-Pacific
Usee tool, plan-, died suddenly 1
New York fit) on January 21
Death ws due lo heart failure.
complicated with pncuinonl.1, and wan
t,lllllllllll I lllll lll'.lll'U It tl'i; 1"Bi
wirnbic linpiesslon during his BtayAI
In I Inn nil He was n genial, clean
sportsman, and a keen yachtsman. V"!
Ills boat was aluns open to visit1, .
ors nnd be did n lot of entertaining
whilst tho ncht lay In the harbor. k
Incltweil In bis part wcro several t
other good fellows. Professor 12,
ers, also deceased, was ono of
visitors who accompanied Mr. Tutt on'
Mr Tutt was larcdi IntuVsted In
several sugar rcfliiliigconiiKinlos In
Colorado nnd aided materially In the
development of several large Irrlga
lion brnemos on ini vvesiern mope,
notalil In timinlMin and Mesa Couu-
iiiii whs a uii'iuuer ui nip iiiiirn-jh
hr.tii.-A r-i.it. ,.r ni.ii t.ini..i.tn MI..I ti1$iim
of man) olbei Institutions. Ills tin-.
timely death nl the mirlv age of forty- ."
flvo j ears i In ! deplored
Mglit'ioit ,e l."t lluli.lies Its
voyage front New York to S.m
At 158 Founds, for the Championships
SATURDAY EVENING. FB. 13. '00.
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