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KVKNINO ItUU.KTIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. MONDAY, OCTOIlKIt 1, 1909
Where a Fine Program Saturday N
There wns n gain tlmu nt the Sea
men's Institute (in Saturday night,
the occnslon being n farewell con
ccrrt for the visiting cruisers nrrnng
cd hy Mrs. Clerrlt I'. Wlliler, nslit
ed liy Miss Schuefer ami Mrs. Win.
At 7 o'clock the grounds nml room
were crowded with men from the
ships nnd their friends., V. W. O.
Kmmons wns on hand with n icccp
tlnn committee to welcome the
guests. In the grounds a hand
stand linil been erected for the hand
from the Pennsylvania, which play
ed selections during the ccnlng
and greatly lidded to the fiistlvltlci.
The Assembly Halt was gaily dec
orated with hunting and Chinese
KEEPERS SAW LIGHTS
AT LONG DISTANCE
Remarkable Feat Of
Until the keepers of Makapuu mil
Moloknl light stations lime repotted
to Major Window that they can sco
each other's lights from the towers of
llio resiKjclUe stations. Tills means
that tho rajs of the big lights can bo
t-eeii at about 33 mllon, which Is the
range between tho two lights.
Thib Is a remarkable distance con
tillering that the longest rnhgo was
cutlmntcd at 28 to 30 miles, nnd
menus n revolution lit lighting tho
lens. With tho big lens of the Mnkn
puu light It Is yet hoped to make n
better record. Tho Makaptiii'llglit Is
125 feet above the water while Mniii
hid Is 2no feet above the surface of the
ft can. Tho l.ghts weiu yen fiom
the tops of the tnwcis.
Among the steerage passengers
that urrlvcd on the Korea for Hono
lulu were thirty-four Hindoos and
Mohammedans from India, They
nro voluntary Immigrants, and It Is
not known whether they will slay
here or eventually decide to go on
to the mainland. They are not go
ing to work on tho plantations, or
havo not jet made arrangements to
do so, nnd would probably not mnko
gooil men, as they are not experienc
ed In that work.
Oil Saturday afternoon the faculty
of Kiimchaiiieha School defeated tin
Seniors In n baseball g.imo hy a rcoio
if 12 to t. Tho Seniors seemed to
think that tho Faculty wero "has
Ih'ciih" ns far is baseball went, li'it
when tho first Inning was pan the Sen
iors found that they wero up avnlnsl
u good pitcher In printing teacher Hot
tendof, mid nil excellent cilclior 111
Mengnl, who was on the receiving end
Tho game wim much oiijojed and tho
Seniors felt downcast nt llio end when
tho Faculty won out. Tho line-ups
worn: Facility J, Menr.il, c; Hot"
tendof, p.; P. I.. Home, lb ; Stanley
Livingstone, 2b.: .1, Ilopwoii'l ss.;
Ilartlett 3b.; Cluster Livingston, cf.i
I'ahu, If.; Livingstone, rf. Seniors
K mill , c; Mctlownn p.; I'.ilila, lb ;
Awnl, 2b ; I.OK.111, 3b ; flurgyss. ss.j
1'oepoe. rf.; Wilcox, If.; l'allklko, cf.
QUICK WORK AT
At tho lloiilnu I'ltture Show in
tho Alexander Voiing lliilldlug tho
films shown will represent a com
plete athletic nml sporting program
nnd will ho naitlciilarly Interesting,
n tho actual events which thoy plc-
t ut c tool; piaeo only nut Saturday.
The Marathon race between .I.icktinu
nnd Tsukauioto will be the feiittuo,
the Mini hnvlng been taken uiyl pre
pared fur exhibition In foity-elght
bourn. Satin day's baseball game
will aim bo hhottii. and othei sport
Ins films are on the piognun. i
185 editorial rotrnt '.J.O busl
net office, Tlicee are the telepl tnt
number of the Bulletin Qfficc.
THE SEAMEN'S INSTITUTE ,
'Rht Wound Up a Month's Entertainment for the Boyi of the Fleet.
lanterns and evergreens, nnd' every
body was inmlc welcome. The con
ceit commenced nt 8 o'clock -with nn
overture by Olios Cnrcnrcs, Gerrlt
1' Wilder presiding, each number
receiving loud npplause. Mrs. Hugo
Horror sang several solos, nrcompan
led by Miss Short, which wns greatly
enjoyed by Uir men.
The tilo, piano, cello and violin,
by Mr. and Mrs. bitu and Dr. Carl
Uamus was n gient success, ns wus
nlso the piano solo by Mis. Ilallou.
Chris Jenkins full ly brought down
tho house with his deep bass and re- nny way to lunke the evening a most
reived nn encore. A very pretty t,olo Impjiy one, and one that will long
was tendered by; Miss Lnlhrop, nnd lle In tho memories of those prcs
two recitation given hy .lames Hart- cut. y,
RAPID TRANSIT CAR
RUNS DOWN AUTO1
Narrow Escape From Death of Naval
Officers Machine Is Thrown
Off Tiack nnd Wheels Are Brok
en Car loses Tender.
Last night a Imii t 9:30 o'clock Itnp-
Id Transit car No. 1!) crashed Intoi
nuloiiinbllo No. 32S nt the liiturieo-
Hon of Alexander and llcictnnln
The electric enr wns going toward
I'nwaa Junction, mid the automobile
was leturnliig to town fiom Wulu
lac. The Itapld Transit car struck
the hind wheels of the mnchlno with
great force, and threw it right
.round and left It facing In the
opposite direction to which it wns
traveling nt (ho time of tlic collision.
Tho hind wheels of the machine were
smashed to pieces nnd n lot of oth
er damage done to the car.
The electric cur had Its fender
broken, and Inter on It had to ho
removed from the end of the cnr.
The automobile was driven hy
W. n. Hlirrub, nnd ho had n party of
naval officers with hlin. They nil
Itud n wonderful escape from death
mil were fin lunate in getting off
A'lth a few bruises.
The uintoruinn of cnr Nn. IS) claims
that he was striking his gong us he
eni'hed the crossing, but the cliuuf
'cur mnlnlulntrthnt the gong did not
After the uccldent another auto
mobile was summoned and the offi
cers returned to town. Motorninn
1U claims that he was not traveling
nt a high rate of speed at the time
or the accident nnd that the automo
bile tan out In fi out of him without
uny notlco whatever.
Owing to tho unusually crowded
condition of the county Jail nt pres
ent, Mayor Fern nnd Sheriff Jurrott
today Investigated possible chances
of relieving tho congestion. There
are at present HG prisoners In tho
Jail mid but 9 ccUh, nil of which
nro small mid made for ono mini.
Of tho prisoners u gie.it ninny nro
Miorl-lenii men, some serving hut
llvo-ilny sentences, rind unuther day
might seo room enough, which con
dition would hardly ncerssltuto con
sldcilng Increased couriers.
The lesull of tho Mayor's obser
vations could nut bu learned this nft
0i noon, but it is umlei stood that
wimo effort will bo matin til relievo
the ciowdeil conditions that occn
Frank Thompson received by, tho
Inst mall tho $17.85 that wns sent to
Mr, Elgin of Mithiikona to settle tho
bill tinned in for entertainment of tho
Mr, Thompson sent tho monoy order
back to Elgin with tho message "guess
As a matter of. fact none of those
who eontilbiitod the 117.85 ilinnk uny
of llio liquor scheduled In tho bill of
recounting, and none lecalls eating
cny of tho Hour. Hut feeling that u
fellow li iiiiiii ii was In illstiess, each
gave what ho could so them should bo
no further contioversy over tho mut
ter Evidently Mr. cigin dnvsn'i want
llio nioiuy fiom any other souico than
llio cntcitalumunt committee.
man of the West Virginia nnd F. M.
Grant of the Colorado.
At 10 o'clock nil were Invited to
Mm ermimlH whurn refreshments of
Cnk, nnil emonndo were served hy
Mrs. Wilder, Miss Schnefer and Mrs.
Win. Love, nnd lots of Ice. cream,
which was ftirnlhed by Mr, Kmmons
of tho West Virginia.
The evening came to a close nmid
tho strains of the "Stnr-Spanglcd
Uanner," with many regrets that It
would oon he midnight. Three
cheers were glvcn for Mr. Wilder
nnd nil those who had assisted In
IS WELL AGAIN
Uyeno Recovers From
.Lt pa ii r xo Consul Gcncrnl Uyeno,
who had been laid up sinco the acci
dent on tho night of; September .
was nt his office this morning, ready
to do light work. He was busy re
ceiving the congratulations of Ills
numerous friends, who called on hint
this morning nt tho Consulate, '
The Consul made no further state
ment other than admitting that" It
wns an accident. On that night,
after his hack was smashed and he
was spilled our of It on to the
ground, badly Injured, he, with great
difficulty, walked over n short dis
tance to cntch the horse. During
that tlnio ho saw a black object,
which subsequently turned out to bo
his coachman, lying apparently life
less' near tho sidewalk. Although
he himself was sore all over his body,
ho heiolc.'illy rushed to the assist
ance of his coachman and picked
him up, Just then tho automobllo
whlrh struck fils hnck turned
about mid cumo back, nnd, after
apologizing for the' accident, tho
driver picked them up and took
them over to the Queen's Hospital.
Fro intlicro the Consul was conveyed
to his official esldcnco on Nuuanu
street, whore he. had been under tho
treatment of Dr. Katsukl.
A trust deed covering a, bond Is
suq nniouiltlng to four "and a half
million was filed Saturday In he
llutcnu of Conveyances, the parties
named being the Hlin Kullroad Com
pany and tho Bishop Trust Company.
Tho terms of the deed provide that
In return for bonds to retlro Its ex
isting bonded Indebtedness the Hllo
Railroad Company pledges to tho
trust company nil of Its property with
a few exceptions.
Tho deed provides for tho Immedi
ate Insuiincn of bonds In tho sum of
11.000,000, which will retire tho old
bond Issue of Oct, 1, 1901, The ad
ditional provision is nuido that bonds
bo Issued at onro to, tho amount of
1800,001) to meet the expense of the
llakalnu extension now under
com so of construction.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Honolulu, October 4,
I'OIIT LUIU.OW Sailed Oct 1:
Schr. AlleoX2ookn for II ilulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Oct 1:
8. 8, Chlyo Mam, honco Sopt, 21.
PORT TOWN8KNI-Arrlved Oct 2:
Schr, liittlo Iicnnctt, fiom Kaliuliil,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct, 2:
8. 8. Virginian, from S'lllns Cruz.
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrlred Oct. 4:
S. 8. Holono, licnco Sopt. 23.
HILO Sailed Oct. 2:
8. S. Columbia, for San Francisco.
Judge RohlusMi this morning signed
an order mpprovliig dm accounts an.l
discharge of the itawallnu Trust Com
pany as ancillary adminly;nio or Hie
estnlo of tho lato Mary uoll 'land
nlo. The estate Is dlMilhntei' amnii-t Wit
Ham W. floodnlo of Wnlal.n. Clmlcs
W. tlooilnlo of Hullo, Mrfii'iinii. David
(lonilalo, Hudson, Muss., 'in.l Kllen CI,
Howard of Tauscnd, Mass,
Scores Of Qualifying
Round Manoa Cup
l Yesterday tho iUnllf)Ing lound of
(he Manoa cup Rolf toiiri.jmcnt was
played offnnd tho scores roMillcd as
follows: - ......
' U n H
Austin White 85
Oeo. Angus 89
T. Olll 85
A. F. Kwnrt 100
F. W. Klcbnhn 98
S. O. Wilder 97
O. L, Sorenson 107
A, E. Jordan 99
K. Munro 107
C. 12. BilmoiK i. 97
H. It. Sinclair ..108
11. C. Carter (....101
J. A. Wilder .'....110
It. A. Wilder 115
W. II. Dabbltt .-, 113
E. U Hutchinson ,114
Scores of those qualify
ing for consolation
J. O. Rothwcll HI
R. A. Jordan 119
J. D. Mctncrny 117
C. P. Morse 124
O. C. Potior ....125
Out of thirty-two players entering,
cloven did not finish the four rounds.
Local Teams Win
On Saturday nt tho League
grounds the Kallhl team defeat
ed tho Washington nine hy a scoro
of 10 to 2. It wad an easy win for
the Jewels, and thoy had not much
troublo with their opponents.
Tho second gamo was better, and(
the exhibition of ball pit up by tho
First ItospUal Corps against tho
West Virginia hunch wns real good.
The local men won by a scoro of 4
Tho W. V.s made one In tho sec
ond and two In tho eighth and did
no more scoring during the gamo.
Harry's beauts made ono lnho first.
one In tho third and two In tho
fourth. It was a good, snappy game,
and the excitement ran high nt
times. Sell a Iter did not pitch as
well ns tnmul and tho Hospital hit
him abouta lot.
LLOYD'S CLAIM IN , '
' c. SUPREME COURT.
i(Continned"from Van 1)
lorney Quark's and ho told of writing
out his tcsjgnntion ns a member of
the Committee on Accounts nnd Kx
penilllures after he reached tho con
clusion that Chairman Castro of the
Committee and Speaker Holstein 'of
tho HoUsenwcro taking duties ujiou
themselves that belonged to the Com
mitteo as a whole.
AndrowH asked If there wns any rulo
In the IIouso of Representatl'-es that
authorized such action by tho Speaker
and the chairman of tho. Committee on
Accounts and Public Expenditures ami
Furtado's reply wns In tho negutlvo.
Lloyd took the stnnd and repeated
the story of his employment as the
official Monographer of the IIouso and
tho dlsallowanco of what he consid
ered to be his legitimate cl?lm for
transcribing tho minutes. Ho garo
the details of tho procedure of tho
committee already dealt with In tho
briefs that havo been filed by hit at
torneys. THR STEAMER James Makee, tho
staunch little Inter-Island vessel, Is at
present laid up In tho harbor with a
broken shaft. She set out Inst week
for one of tho other lslandh with u
good cargo on board and Friday re
turned with it after the accident to
her shaft, and anchored In tho stream.
Tho Injur Is not particularly serious
and Cuptaln Miller states that sho will
he all right again tho latter part of
On October 18, 1909, at 1:110
o'clock p. in., in tho Throne Itoom of
tho Capitol llulldlng, Honolulu, u
meeting will bo held by tho Hoard
of Agriculture nnd Forestry for tho
discussion of the Kohnlii Forest Re
serve. All of thoso directly or In
directly Interested In tho project nro
requested to bo prcsont,
lly order of tho Hoard of Agrirul
luro and Forestry.
President and Executive Officer.
Honolulu, October 2, 1909,
NEW - TOD4Y
Yo unro cordially invited to a meet
ing under the nuspices of the Nuvy
League, at the Naval Station, Monday
afternoon, October t, at o'clock,
Cnptnln Ilradloy II. F.sko,' U, fl. Toil
lessee, will give u short talk on "The
Navy." followed by mi Inspection of
one of tin armored rrulseri".
Cluilrmnn, Hqnoliilu Hecllon, Nuvy
i - .
Cured by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
Jialtlmorrt, Md. "For four year
my life wns a misery to me. Iguffert-d
tics, terrible drag.
ness, and that all
gone feeling In my
stomach. I haa
given up hope of
ever being well
when I began to
I felt as though
new life had been
given mo, and I am recommending it
to all my friends." Mrs. W. S. Ford,
1V38 iartsaowne bc, mmmore, ua.
The most successful remedy In this
eountry for the cure of all forms of
female complaints Is Lydla E. l'lnk
ham's Vegetable Compound. It hal
stood tho test of years and to-day Is
moro widely and successfully used than
any other female remedy. It has cured
thousands of .women who have been
troubled with displacements, Inflam
mation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, lr-
regularities, periodic pains, backache,
that bearingown feeling, flatulency,
I rl I Mat 1 1 a rtiwt ntwmia naAilrotlnn
llitaiKvQiiuiit nun nvi un inuotiauvii
after all other means had failed.
If you are stuTerlng from any of these
ailments, don't give nn hope until you
hare given Lydla K. rinkham s Vege
table Compound a trial.' '
If you would like) special advice
write to Mrs. linkhnm Lynn,
She ha cut
CRICKET MATCH ENDS
IN DRAWN GAME
Sailors File Un a Total of 183 and
Locals Lose Nine Wickets for
88 Good Play by Both Elevens
Naval Men Good With Bat.
Mnklkl flold wns looking Its green
est nnd lovllest on Saturday when
tho doughty cricketers from II. 11.
M. S. Ilcdford gave a splendid exhi
bition of cricket against a fairly
strong local eleven. The field' has
Immensely Improved under tho care
of Supervisor Qulnn, although on
Saturday the outfield was rather
slow? nnd Btlcky owing to an excess
Tho Iledfords won the toss and
bnttcd first. They gavo a magnifi
cent butting display, scoring 183, In
rather less than two hours, for sev
en wickets, at which figure they
closed their Inning, leaving Honolulu
with tho impossible task of making
the runs In nn hour.
Without exception every man on,
the lied ford team who batted showed
more than n nodding atqualntunco
with' the gamo. In one or two cases
It amounted to brilliancy. Tho
stand of the day was by Fitxhcrbert
and Lucas, who smote the bowling
Impartially all around tho field.
Honolulu was cxercmcly lucky to
get rid of trie first three men so
cheaply, Trowby, Mayhew and Polly,
Mayhow, in u stort stay nt tho wick
ets, showed splendid form, and Polly
started in a way which looked llko
developing into "two n minute," tho
cricketer's Ideal. Ills great height
and powerful build ninilo tho bat
appoar quite toyltko.
Trewby was unfortunnte to run
himself nut when ho seemed to bo
getting well set. Of the two top
sporers Lucas showed rather bettor 'strokes, especially a couple of
form. . FlUlicrbort scorned unahloLiv lee elides, before ho succuml
to tlnio properly balls on the off sldo
and several good chances jof cuts
Ho also hud ono or two rather
lucky' Hiilrlts to leg off bulls from
Ilrovvn nnd Anderson, which, appar
ently c.iiiio hnck enough from tho
off nlmoht to beat the lint, lloth ho
-nnd Lucas had some rather risky
Vshnts which dropped betweon mid-
rn and tho outfield. Iloth players
made somo line strokes, especially
nn tho leg Hide nt tho maukn end,
nnd tlioir stnnd was Invaluable
Dlxlo shaped very well and appears
btrong on tho off, which Is u sure
Nlgn of caroful training, Ho ap
peal ed palpably caught at Wickets,
hut llmplro .Ionian gavo him tho'
benefit of the doubt. Ho wns out
from u hot return to Anderson,
(aught and bowled. King, and
Knight wero scoring merrily whon
the Inning wan closed., .
Ilulley and Maxwell opened the
butting for Honolulu nnd scored,
frcoly, although some of their
strokes wore hardly orthodox, Max
woll was smartly stumped when ho
hud reached 13, most of which wero
got by foiclng strokes on tho sldo.
Anderson djd not seem qulto com
fortable, especially with King, who
was bowling n fine length hall on
the off, with two slips and a third
mini on tho qui vivo. Ho hit 'Wil
son onco or twice, but ticnted this
bowler 'dlh caution iiIbo. Wilson
was bowling n good mixture of slows
nnd rusts, but had not miirh sue
Uvanliuoio showed lack of praq-
O lSEtCERS of exce
will fincl our- st
conceits. from the world of fashion.
Our ads eannotv begin to describe
all or our many novelties, but they aid
us in calling many interesting items to
We have been appointed sole
agents for the frALL-BORCHliRT
1- which we will sell
PRICE of $15,
1 A few novelties in
J including the "FOLDING" ones,
which pack into
ladies and gents.
very nobby for ladies.
wrist so you cannot
i A most beautiful
Crapes and Silks. Many ol these
arc most exclusive
of which we have
New Skirts New Lingeries
New Rain Coats
jiwH tVH .iMihMW
tlco und was out to n fast yorker Bedford.
from Polly. Comdr. Trpw by, run out
flrown played more careful than Capt. Mayhew, c Morse, II Ander
usual and had ono or two pretty Bon
1 1( straight good-longth ball from
' Knight, which he appeared to play
None of tho others, of whnjjB
(Iray showed tho best form, failed
to score, hut tho wickets fell stead
III, and Honolulu's last two men
wore at tho wicket when tho umpires
culled no-sldo flvo minutes after .tho
tlnio fixed for the stopping,
Tho light during tho last twonty
minutes was very poor. In the ab
sence of n complete bowling analy-
1.1b It la fllfflpnlt in KflV whlrh nt Ihn
vlnlttniv liniul... wn. n.ii. ita.AD.flll
,.o. ,...(. .....Tivin nun iijua, oinbvuo.u,,
but ilrohably It was Trowby with his
Insidious lobs which claimed three
victims. King, l'elly und Knight
appeared to be tho pick of, tho Ilcd
ford trundlrrs. King bowled very
accurately, but could hot get tho
batsmen to bite. With 'practice l'el
ly would certainly, be a deadly bowl
er. The Honolulu bowlers wero all
knocked, about a good deal,
Anderson was most successful
with three for .10, whllo Oruy, Mnc
lean and Morso had one each for 10,
30 and 37 respectively. The Holding
was, good on-both jldea, but tho lied-1
fnrflft wprn tllA linttnr Imim In fills'
respect also. It, wns rather hard
luck that the warship did not rog: . Members of tho Hawaiian band
Istcr a win, which they well deserv- jcnvo tomoirow for Kohala, whcio
ed on tho piny. ley ,,,, ,,,,. l0,r v)u.alloll.
They seemed over-cnutlous about John Amnslii bus thai go or tho nr
closuring. All over the cricket was rangements for tho outing, and thov
good, nnd, If Honolulu can turn out nro promised a "rousing" time. Theio
Ihelr Hliougest enm for Thuifcdny'ii will be nn nuisle ror n peilod or tidily
gaiiiu, nnolhor Inlerestliig match days
& Marsh, j
store hill or novel
at NEW YORK
your suit case, for
in design and style,
only one of each.
Lieut, l'elly, c Maclean, b Moro,.
Capt. Fltiherucrl, c Morso, b tuny
Llout. Lucas, c Drown, b Miicleau.
Lieut. Dixie, c and b Anderson ..
Lieut. King, not out
Pay master Wilson, st. Hi own
Petty Officer Knight, not out .
Lieut. Doughm did not not . .
Stoker Field did not bat . . . .
H. C. C.
H, Ilulley, c Fltzherhcit, h Kinn
C. V, Maxwell, st, Trowby
P.-Andcrson, c Oouglus, b Trcb.
Deurdmoro, li l'elly 2
V. Drown, b Knight
C. P. Morso, c Dlxlo, h Knight .. I
J. It. M, Maclean, c Polly, Ti Trow
by m 3
Oeo. F, IJavles, si. Polly Ti
T. W. P. flruy, not out 7
J. C. Mcatll, li Trowby 7,
A, linlril, not out ' .1
OFF Til HAWAII
"BE? ft ..