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to the raco on next Saturday. They
gwng after both lirst class ami
class prizes, and many nre thu
as to which boat will win.
Last Friday night was tho monthly
ijiffting night anil nineteen new members
Vero admitted which brings the
cluu membership up to
members. All tho members nro boosting
for 200 members by next April,
whit:u will be opening clay of next
year. Here's hoping thcui all tho success
in tho world.
Evers' Men Swing Whitewash
Brush and McGraw Is on
Short End of Score.
(I)y federal Wireless Telegraph.)
CHICAGO, September II. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Johnny Kvor's
crew had sweet revenge on their old rivals,
the Giants, this afternoon, shutting
them out. Score Chicago 7, New
Following were the results Of other
games: At Cincinnati 1'hiladelpliiu 7,
Cincinnati (I. At St. I.ouis St. Louis
7, Brooklyn 0.
No American Leaguo games.
W. Ii. Pet.
1'hiladclphia 87 48 .015
Cleveland so SO ,5SS
Washington 78 SS .573
Chicago 7i 07 .,11 1
Boston 70 03 .021!
Detroit riS 77 .130
St. 'Louis fli SS .307
New York .s S3 .301
. National League.
W. L. Pet.
New York 01 41 .071
Philadelphia 7S ro .000
Chicago . . . 5S .570
Pittsburgh . 01 .020
Boston . 71 .435
Urooklyu . . 7(1 .429
Cincinnati . 5!l 82 .110
St. Louis . . . 4S !1 .315
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUOII REMEDY.
Tfif, remedy has no mperior as a
cure for colds, croup and whooping
11 has been a favorite with Hie mo
thcrs of young children fUr almost
UiumberlHin'h lough ltenic.lv can
always be depemicl ui,on mid is plea
snnt to lake.
It not only cures colds and nrlii. but
prtivciiu their rmuliiHK, in piimimoiilu.!
(liiinberlmn's cOUgU llemitdy eon-'
iain no npulin or other imrcotle and
may bo glvei, u, cuufidflntly Id child at
in an adult For wilo by uw,u
Himih & Co,, Lid , Agents for Hawaii.
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"In nil My life," h wtid, villi a
iigb, 'I lmv .., uuy ow ,mH ,!,,
I would cur In umrrv." "Did li Umk
likn mill" lie mriloiy ukKj, Tli
hu flung ivrlf IMn III HrKHi, Ht4
wanted In know wUt inhi mmr
men mmt llmt wM llti li M
nheii urr '" - ikum 'mart
Inability of Stars to Hit Ball Is
Disastrous to Leaders in
Oahu Senior League.
(I'rom Momlny Advertiser.)
STANDING Or TEAMS.
I'. W. L. I'd.
Stars 5 3 '1 .000
Asahi (I II .1 .300
Hawaii 0 3 3 .fiOO
C D 0 3 3 .50(1
1'. .A. L ..J u L" '3 .400
Coast Defense II. Asiihis 3
llawiiiis 4, Stars 0
Tommy Shay's long drive over tho
rlghtfield fence, in tlio fifth inning of
the opening game of the Oahu Senior
Leaguo at Athletic I 'ark yesterday afternoon
paved tho way for tho All-Artillery
bunch to defeat tho Abuhls by
a wore of (I to 3, and Harney Joy's
pitching made It possible for tho
to dofeat the Stars in the second
game by a score of -I to 0.
It was it line chniii'u for tho Asnhls
to take thu lend in tho race for tho pen-mint
ami up to the opening of the sixth
inning it looked as if .Manager Abo
would be able to walk down Fort street
this morning with that honor lestlug on
his massive shoulders.
Alas n'nl alack, that
swat by Tommy Shay took tho starch
mid ginger out of the Asnliis mid from
then on everything was with the All-Artillery.
With reading 3 to 1 in favor
of tho little brown men as the sixth
inning opened, T. Moriynma began to
waver anil four hits, a passed ball ami
a wild pitch sealed his doom.
.Hixcnbniigh started the trouble for
the AsahiH with a single into leftfield
ami was advanced to second on
O'Hara'H out. A wild pitch put Hix.
at third and Lehr's single put him over
the pan. Hinkley fiow out to center,
but Shn hit and so did Applin ami
these with n passed ball and T. Mori-.Mima's
booting of the -bull allowed
Lehr mid Shuy to (.core.
Lawsuit gathered the fifth run nnd
llixcnbniigh the sixth for the All-Artillery
boys. Dig Tyrus (that's u new
name for Hnuilsoino Jack among his
team mates) was sure on '. .
error, mid he advanced to second
when Nishi threw Hixenbaugh's
hit nway. Kick, running for Iiwson,
scored on Lehr's hit Liter O'Hurn had
popped out to Araki and Hixcnbaiigb
went to third when Arnki threw
O'llnra's hit away after tho catch.
Tommy Shny then contributed his third
hit of the game nnd Hix scored.
As to the Asnbi's three runs, ono
came over in the "bird inning when
Kono reached first on Hixenbaugh's
irror. went to third on Arnki's two-
bagger and t lit ii to home while Lehr
.Higgled the bit in left field. The other
two camo over the rubber iu the fifth
inning on n pus, a hit by a pitched
bull, two singles and two outs,
Following are thu facts and figures
telling of how Manager Abu failed to
laud on top of the heap.
C. DEFENSE All It 1111 811 1'O A K
llixenbaiigh, s.h ..I 2 2 1 3
O'llara, 2b 3 0 0 0 0
Lehr, If 4 1 2 (I 1
Hinkley, 11 3 0 0 0 11
Shay, rf I 2 3 0 0
Applin, 31 4 (I 1 1 1
O 'Toole, cf I 0 1 0 0
Kick, c 4 0 0 0 11
Lawson, p 4 1 1 0 0
Totals . . .31 0 10 2 27 14 5
ASAHI AHIt lilt Hit PO A K
Araki, Jb 4
Nishi, e I
C. Moriyainn, ss.. I
T. Moriynma, p. . I
Komeya, lb 3
S. Uyeun, cf .... 2
T. Uyeno, rf .... 2
Kono, 2b 4
Kojinin, If 4 1 0
Totals . ,31 3 (i 0 21 10 3
Scoro by innings:
C. I). Huns 0 0 0 0 1 3 2 0 0
Hits 10 0 0 2 4 2 1 10
Asahi Huns 0 0 10 2 0 0 0 03
Hits 0 1112 0 10 0-0
Summary Homo run, Shay: two
base hits, R. I'yeno and Araki; sacrifice
bits, S. Cyeno 2. T. Uyeno, O'Hurn,
Hixcnbaiigb; left on bases, Asahi 7,
C. I)., 7; flrt base on errors, Asahl 3,
C. I). 3; double plavs, Lehr to Kick,
O'llara to Ilixeiibangh to Hinkley; bit
by pitcher, Araki; struck out, by Law-son
0, by Moriynma 3. bases on called
balls, off Lawson 2, oil Moriynina 1;
wild pitch. Moriynma; passed balls,
Nishi ami Kick. Umpires, Htaytnn and
llcttoiicourt. Scorer, bf
game, ou. hour thirty-Hired minutes.
Stars Aro Whitewashed.
Despite the council of war held by
the Stars prior to their giuno with the
Hawaii, the former ttunn never hud a
look-in in the socond gnme and a row
of gome eggs was their portion, while
nave iHrOtit s gang rolled lour over tau
Inabihtv to hit the hall Into safe
territory on the rt of the Sims tebi 1
ths tale of th nl r downfall. Hut Hi ci.
men got a far as first base during thai
entire esaie, while but nno managed I
to get lutther than that. Walker laud t
ml it llrl iu ike fourth Inning when ;
WhiU bubbled the lull, and he gut on i
again iu iiiti seuMtli wbn to nil Mtely
to left field. Ia got (n ttroud a inn
went altrrKNiiU im a "lesl, but was
Hipped irnng iu slwil (bird. In H
llwl itwn.l Ah T(MU drJrl a third
tirtka ud Wol.lt Mt iS ml, OuUldo
f thM iHitrUai i rjjtyvHU WHt all
WatJCoTii, tu Um itef IU Mty
- " "n.'.-ff!, c"iwfr rVn fT
Uj i- - i i i - .
Honolulu Yaclit Club Enjoys Gala
Outing and Picnic Race at
(From Momlny Advertiser.)
Yesterday was a gala day at tlio
Peninsula ami tlic Plcnle Cup Itaco under
the (Umpires f tlio Honolulu Yaclit
flub proved one of tlio most interesting
and successful gatherings of tlio
present yachting season.
Nearly a hundred local peoplo wcro
guests of the club and as many again
could havo be'en nccommudntud an one
df'the yachts was sm't under way almost
Promptly at eleven o'clock Starter
Parker Baldwin gave tlio signal to
anil as tho boats passed the Blurting
point ono wag rose to announce
that it was a regular Indies Day
brecic and that the fair sex were in
the majority of two to one.
Tho boats were bunched most of the
timo and many were tho jokes passed
trout boat to boat and films for cameras
ran out during the first hour. Tho
Charlotte C, (.apt. Oeo. Crozier, was
the first nciuss the line nt ono thirty-
seven followed four and n half minutes
later by the Kainchamcha and eighteen
minutes later by Hawaii I. Tho
Gladys had tho raco safely tucked
nway when it rnn aground
mile from the finishing line and it
could not be gotten off iu timu to continue.
The Mollilou stood by and took
off the ladies and landed them at the
J'cninsula. As tho boats finished, they
cauio alongside tho wharf.
Iiepainng to tho lawns surrounding
the club houso an elaborate luncheon
was enjoyed during which Captain
William Lylc of the Hawaii was presented
with a handsome loving cup by
his admirers from the Kainchamcha.
In accepting tho gift, Captain Lylo
complimented the yachtsmen on their
interest in tho pastime ami expressed
his deep appreciation for tho manner
iu which he had been remembered.
After luncheon tho guests wcro tak
en aboard tho vnrious crafts of tlio
club and a most enjoyable sail was had
about the I'ear) Lochs.
On Regatta Day the club will have-nine
boats in tho harbor Hying t'ic
club pennant, 'i no owners of tho
"l'earls" were busy Sunday scraping
and painting tlicir uvats preparatory
Beavers Aro Losers and Senators' ,
Victory Gives Sacramento
Fans Renewed Hope,
(lly Federal Wlicless Telegraph.)
HAI'ltAMHNTO, September 1 .
(Specinl to Tho Advertiser)
llrnves went roughshod after the
Oaks this afternoon nnd were winners
In both games of tho double-header.
With todny's victories, rcnottod hopo
has conic to the Sacramento fans and
there nro visions of tho pennant Hying
from Iluiralo Park next so.ison.
Scores: First game Sacramento 7,
Oakland fi. (latteries: Sacramento-Williams,
Alcllanes, Stroud and Chodc.
Oakland O'llricn, I'rultt, Just. Krcit
and llohrer. Second gan.o Sacramento
II, Oakland 3. Batteries: Sacrnu to
Lively, Mumell and Cheek. Oakland
.lost, Abies and Itohrer.
At San the Heals pnllol
tho Heavers down a couple of pegs by
winning both tho morning and afternoon
games. Scores: Fiist gnmo San
Iranclsto I, I'crtland 1. Batteries: San
Franc sco Licfiel 1 and Schmidt. Portland
West nnd Iterry. Second panic
San Francisco (1, Portland 0. Ilnltcrics:
Poitlnnd Higginbotl'iim, Krause Fish
er anil lierry. oun iTuncisco
At Los Angeles the locals pl.iycd indifferent
1 nil and the Tigers weio
winners in loth gnmes. Scor s: Firt
game Venice .S, Los Angeles '.!. Hatteries:
Venice Italeigh and Hogan.
Los Angeles Slaple and Byrnes. Second
game Venice 17, Los Ange'e 8.
Hatteries: Venice Ilitt nnd Hogan.
Los Angeles llyan and Arlogast.
COAST LEAGUE STANDING
W. L. Pet.
Portland 88 (10 .mil
Venice 8!) 71". .r.i a
Sacramento 81 7(1 .r.ic
San Francisco 83 8.r .I'.H
Los Angeles 77 88 .Hi i
Oakland 71 !H .-134
Sept. 1(1-21 Oakland , at home
Sept. Hi-'Jl Irfis Angeles at homo
witli San Francisco.
Sept, 1(1-21 Portland at homo
well in the heaving line, but a bit of
iinstiadines nt critical burs, poor
by his teammates! and a timely
lilnelehcro and there were tho causo
of his undoing.
Following is the score:
STAIIS . AH II HI I Sit PO A K
Dobsky, If ... II 0
Ilobinson, ss (I I
Walker, rf .. 1 I
Leslie, lb ... 0 10
Cullen, 2li ... 0 3
Quillnn, rf 2
Zerbe, cf 1
Woldt, e 3 0
Waterhouso, p . . . 3 0 1 0
Totals 2!l 0 1 1 21 13 4
HAWAII All It till fill PO
Assam, 31 I 0 0 0 I)
Desha, If 2
Franco, ef 4
Chill'ngworth, ss.. I
yt I '
Dreier, 11 3 I) 10
Fornnndez, rf .... 3 1 1
White, 2b 2 0 2
Ah Toon, e .3 0 11
Totals ,2! 4 I 3 27 11 1
Soore bv Inning-i:
Stnrs: Hun 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
H. 11 0 0 0 0 1)000 1 1
Hawaii: Kuns....O 0 12 0 10 0 x I
1J. II. ...0 0 110 2 0 0 x I
Summary Two-base hit, Joys sacrifice
lilt, White; left on bases. Stars -,
Hawaii 5; first liaso on errors. Stars
I, Hawaii 2: hit by pitcher, Dreier;
struck out, by Joy 13, by Waterhouso
8; bases on called balls, off Joy 0, off
Waterhouso 2: wild pitches Waterhouse
", .lov 1, Umpires, Stayton and
Scorer, Unposo. Time of
game, one hour and eighteen minutes.
A new furm of farm tractor, built to
travel 'iver the softest soils, consists
of a p'lir of broad spiked wheels mi a
frame to be fastened under an automo
bile's driviii; wheels mid tnko power
from its motor.
Aclt Ilk Clurm In
DIARRHOEA, -i i.
ths only 6pclnc In
Tb only ralllntlve In
Manager Mountcastlo of Valley
Isle Aggregation Is After
Every Game Played.
.Maui's nil star aggiotiun
is comliiK eleven strong nnd if the
plana of thu Oahu League director nre
carried ofit will play four nnd possibly
five games with local teams about Honolulu.
.Manager Mountcastlo has Soarcs,
catcher; llul pitcher and first base;
Ciiminliigs, c.iach and captain. Garcia,
second base; Swim, pitcher and tliitd
base; CocKot, shortstop; Kaawaniil,
first base and third base; Scholtz,
fielder; Meyer, pitcher; ami English,
shortstop and cconil base. In addition
to Ibis array of talent, manager
Moiintcnstic can .nil on the Baldwin
boys', outlii 1 lers; .1. Fernandez, outfielder;
Frank Fernandez, infielder,
mid George Dunn, pit.-her.
According to the schedule- now arranged,
the Portuguese Athletic Club
nre to be the first opponents of the
.Maui outfit, the game to be played at
Athletic Park on Itegntta Day. On the
following day, Sundav, it is planned to
jrt t tho Maui team uirulit the Asahis.
Monday, September 'J2, the Munis lire
to play the ( oast Defense team mid on
Tuesday, September '.'3, they will meet
A. L. Castle's crack Puliation Athletic
Just how fast a combination the
Maui outfit is remains to be seen. Last
year tlmy gave several clever exhibitions
of the national pastime in Honolulu,
winning two and losing three uf
the games played.
ARRANGING PLANS FDR
A swimming meet between the girls
of Oahu ' ollege and the members uf
the Hui Aiihni is being arranged and
if the plans are curried out it will take
placo carl in October. This will be
tho first event on (he athletic calendar,
for girls at Oahu College, mid it is expected
that tlio girls there will begin
their truifiinir within the next few days.
Only three members ul tne Hui Aukni
will take unit in the meet, us Miss .Mil-ward
De.is, Miss Oertruile Kipley and
Miss Ituth Stacker nre students nt
Oahu College and (hough they nre members
of the girls' Bwimiuing team, it is
expected that they will swim for tho
O. C. The Hui Aukni gills who will
take part In tho meet nre: Miss Helen
Ho-a, Miss Kdith Klhljng nnd Miss
Feiiella Miles. Oahu College will have
u larger number of contestants, but the
Hui Aukni expect, to hold their own.
It is hoped thut tho use of some large
tank muvlio secured for the meet, as
the Piuialioii tank is too sniull for any
Last year Oahu College was victorious
in all the swimming meets. The
O. C. girls' defeated both tho Y. W. C.
A. mid Knmeliameha School. Though
(hey nro confident of their success this
time the Hui Atikals aro already training
and if they do not come out iu the
lend they will put up a hard fight.
It is hoped that several similar meets
niuy be arranged during the year nnd
that other schools will promote and interest
tb girls In swimming, so that
tliis pastime may bo added to the list
of girls' sports.
MANILA, August 20. Driven to
desperation by the refusal of callous
parents to give to him iu matrimony
their daughter Pilar, a winsomo
damsel of eighteen summers, das-par
do llartnlome, a young estudlnute,
retorted to tho novel proceedings of n
writ ot habeas corpus to gain possession
of tho object of his affections.
His amorous inspiration was crowned
with success. Sr. nnd Sra. (laspnr de
Hartolomo proudly walked out of
Judge Crosslicld's court yesterday
morning, and wreathed in beaming
smiles received the congratulations of
their friends assembled in the court
yard, (lid twin Uucvtim and his wife,
who had undergone a change of heart
and who iu court denied the allegation
of luiMiig canicd their opposition to
the eMrome of confining their daughter
to her home, joined in tho general
Switzerland soon will havo a hydro-electric
plant using tlio highest water
fall in tho world so harnessed, tho wa
ter dropping 5112 feet.
and ONLY GENUINE.
Checks and arrests
itver, croup, aguk.
The Ceil Itomedy known fir
NeUrUUllA, OO UT, RHEUMATISM,
Ttttlmrity r - tnptnlM rn B4lli.
il0,i T Ti i so.r.lM (.' In SB.
( ntk isr'itf N1lr4l
( II ' 1 i' i liil
ri.it hi i.p.nsi, 111,8,
AUK I OK THE
'MILLIONS 11 Gaviota Brand
C. DUGK SODN BY SMUGGLERS
Wardon Henry to Rivet Fifteen,
pound Sawproof Shackles on
Ankles of Slippery Convict-Cells
Also Havo Been Rebuilt
Flogging Not Yet Decided Upon
There will be no more escaping
from Jail fur Chun Duck Soon nnd Aniline
llndrigues, tho champion
from tho territorial prison, according
to jail olllclals. The first of
those has just been recaptured after
several weeks of liberty.
Oregon boots and balls nnd chain
riveted around their ankles have failed
to hula cither of them mid High Sheriff
Henry hits now secured a new leg
shncklo "which 'both bo, and ,Depity
Warden W'oods belicvo will enil the
active career of the two men until the
expiration of their jail sentences.
Shackles Saw Proof.
This new shackle consists of two
iron bars, each n foot nnd n half Ion,;,
bent nt each end into half :t nn'.
Whon placed together, they make a
bar two inches wide with boles at a:ll
end in which fit tho ankles. They are
riveted together, tho total weight be
iug possibly over fifteen pounds, and
aro mado out of case-hardened stcsl
on which a file will make no impression
"We can give them files, now," said
"Hilly" Woods, yostcrday surveying
the shackles which havo been inadc
ready to put on the two prisoners
"It would take more tools than
thoy can ever get in this town to get
Tho prisoner wearing these latest
fetters will be unable to get his foct
closer together than eighteen inches
mid can not take steps of imira than
four or five inches in length without
chafing the skin oil' bis ankles.
Cells Aro Bebullt.
Lack man has been returned to the
cell from which lie escaped on August
20 but they havo been rebuilt for their
especial accommodation. Their felt
ul filing out a section i bar in each
door revealed tho fact that tho i.'on
bars, which wcro installed during the
monarchy wcro not solid iron burs as
supposed, but merely soft iron iiipc,
Tlie doors have been taken down and
new duvirs of solid bars set in their
place. Three layers of hardwood
flooring havo been laid in the cells,
which are iu tho murderer's gallery in
the Waikiki wing and consequently under
the eye of a guard at all times.
Neither the pollco nor the territorial
officials have yet mado any attempt to
locate the owners of tho stulen loot
found uu Chun Duck Soon when he was
captured at Iwilci last Friday night
by Detective Sergeant Kellctt and his
men. Doth departments will, how
ever, commence the investigation to
There lias been no recurrence of the
talk uf Hogging Chun Duck Soon In
the same manner as ho was flogged,
when ho last escaped. This whipping
was given him on last Faster Day,
The question of whether he shall again
undergo the sniiio punishment rests
with the prison insp'eetors who have
nut yet met to consider his case.
Two-thirds of Active Enlisted
Strength of the National Guard
Turns Up in Response to Orders
Issued by the Kegimental Department.
Two-thirds of tne activo enlisted
strength of the First llegiment Na
tional (liiard uf Hawaii turned out for
drill yesterday morning in compliance
with regimental orders issued during
tho week. There wore 1(10 men in Hue.
The turnout was an improvement over
tho previous drill by twice as mauy
men. Four companies wero organized
from tho various detachments present.
Company and battalion drill was held
and an hour or so devoted to guard
mount exercises. Major Gustavo Hose,
tlio ranking officer of the regiment nt
present iu Honolulu, commanded tho
battalion, the other officers present being
assigned to compuuies.
Ciiptuin Cnmura of Coinpnny C had
charge of the commissary mid lunch
was provided fur tho men and officers
after guard mount and before tho short
battalion drill that was held previous
to the return to too armory. -Officers
The officers wcro pleased with the increasing
Interest and yesterday's drill
may mark the commcncciient of tho activity
necessary to bring tho regiment
up to regimental strength by January
1, which must be done to keep the regimental
standing. Three more companies
are needed, of whicii ono is now faiily
well toward completion. This company
A number of sharp commands on tho
field yestery hinted that tho slack'
Hess and lack of discipline that marked
several of the squads would shortly
come a buck number, and tho drill ended
considerably smarter than it
, Kindly Tip Has Effect.
! Many of the officers are talking free.
1 1 uf coiittmartiiil tor the men who ling-I
rnnlly remuiu away from tho special
'drills without reason or pretext und for
I llu' reason, as some of the men have
) frcclv stilted, "that there wasn't uny
.law to make them drill nn Sunday."
! Most uf the scoffers, In spite of their
j pxpn Med unbelief, were tipped off ill
advance and appeared fur drill yesterday
I uijrckiiiiin John X. Darner, of
Terns, no serviiitf his eiiikiiin a for
I he iith tiuie, Ilk Unit cowboy, ranch,
man and lawyer. Moon after lie begun
lb Practice of law h teok hi bride
to I'valde, I Mr lump Uilig a wo
ram (tm tlnuturp, Tlioj' ruiurii
One Who Was Turned Down by
Ring Tells of Alleged Wholesale
Trafllo in Contraband-Claimed
Pick Up Drug Dropped
SAN D1K0O, September I. That
opium smuggling will continue with
unabated activity now that the price
of a tin of the poppy juico
has been raised to $100 since tho capture
of the contraband hidden on Dm
Pacific Mali steamer Manchuria, is the
bellaf of local officials of the government.
During the last month fourteen
men and women havo been arrested by
the federal officers while trying to
smuggle opium across the intcrnatloml
boundary lino from Tia Juana, Ijowcr1
At San T'rancisco several customs
officials have been indicted for assisting
smugglers in landing the contra-Land
from the tinnsrmclflc liners. Ac
cording to information received hero
vcstenlay from tlio northern city, Alexander
-I. Taylor, a former quarter
master on the steamship Korea, is tho
alleged I rains of tho smugglers. About
four weeks ago Taylor was captured
with Edd'o Webster by Customs Inspector
Kvans of tho Tia .luaiia bureau,
while attempting to smuggle
tins of opium fiom the bonier town to
San Diego. He was taken to Ios An
geles nnd lodged in tuo county jail
pending n hearing beforo tho Un'tod
Taylor Tells Story.
When informed of the capture of the
opium on the liner Manchuria and the
indictment of, tho fcdoial officials. Taylor
gave a detailed account of the smuggling
"You want, me to toll how the opium
smugglers workt Well, I'll toll you,
I know, for I was quartermaster of tho
Korea until a few moaths ago. and I've
been turned down. Hero I am, unshaven
and dirty, and they won't put
up 2:i00 ball. I want out on bail.
I unto u 'squealer,' mid at mis tunc
I'll let those dirty dogs in San Francisco
play that role.
"They wouldn't last long aboard a
steamer in tho Oriental trade. A
stormy night, a push from bMinl nnd
a splash, and only the stoical loostial
whose arms gave tho fntnl push would
Know, or care, l 'm going to ten you
how it is done, the number who provide
tho protection, and the proCt made
by the smugglers s'neo 1010.
l"Thls ,100,000 estimate of profit i"
three years is a joko. Tho most conservative
estimate possible places the
profits at considerably over $1,000,000.
This is tho truth, for I know. For
three years the Korea, Siberia, Mongolia,
Manchuria, China, Persia and
Nile have been used by opium
to transport the drug from tho
Orient to San Francisco. Tlio Asia
was also used until she was wrecked.
Each trip of each steamer brings into
Sau Francisco from 1000 to 1500 tins
of opium purchased in China at an
average prieo of $7, never higher
"Since 1010 opium yalued nt $2,100.-'OO
has reached and has been smuggled
into tho United States at San
I make this at a veiy low estimate,
placing the selling price of a tin
of opium nt $2.). It is usually higher.
At even this low figure the profits of
the smugglers would be over $1,000,-000."
The, cunning which is characterised
of ill smugglers, whether of opium or
coolies, has often been exemplified on
not only the transpacific liners, Ivit also
the coastwise stoumcrs piving from
Canada and Mexico to Pacific Coast
At Honolulu, somo years ago, It was
Hie custom for smugglers to surreptitiously
drop tlio opium overboard
while the llner. wero passing Barber's
Point eastbouud from the Orient. Export
Hawaiian swimmers would pick up
the tins, swim with ail speed to Pearl
Harbor and then hasten overland to
Honolulu. When the customs officers
had finished their search the contra-
band would then be taken aboard again,
Ncms of the thorough search at tho
crossroads of .the Pacific ort would
be flashed to San Francisco, and a
a result the search at tho latter port
would be but a mere formality.
Very little opium smuggling has been
done by sea at this poit. Sporadic attempts
at smuggling the poppy juice
have been made on the
freighters, but tho guilty par-tics,
always were apprehended.
Little Brown Brothers, Tired of
Life in Hawaii, Reported to
Have Hidden Away on Troop,
ship That Left for Manila
If thft jubilant reports of Filipinos
about-the city aro correct, there are at
tho .present moment twenty-eight
Btoweil awny on tho traustKirt
Thomas which left yesterday for -Manila,
i i There; would have been thirty, they
say, Inn! not an officer found two of
them and turned them over to (he
police. Military nuthorltlot sioir at the
Idea (hat twenty-eight little brown
brothers could Hiieccssfullv circumvent
tho preiautlona that aro taken mi Army
transport! against this very thing, but
friends of the men who they sav went
are confident that when tho Thomas
steamed out of the harbor (hey were
The wn men who were turned over
to Officer Anderson yesterday gave l heir
tinmen at police headquarters a
and Hsnlingu, Questioned by
Acting Chief of Detective Kellctt,
they alllrinel that they were getting
lonesome, and wished In icliirii lit Iholr
own country. They roiifltm thu news
Unit oyer a more of icr (ouutmutMl
metis (lilr iisMwaj" uu (ho Aniy
Our Fertilisers aro made of the
stuff that gives them the energy
aid strength nnd ability to stait
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Honolulu and HJlo, Hawaii
SAN FHANCISCO, CAU
"EMPRESS LINE OF STEAMEIIS
FKOM QUEUEC TO LIVERPOOL
CANADIAN PACIFIC KAILWAT
the Famous Tourist Itoute of the Wor
In connection with the
Canadian-Australasian Itoval Mail Lit
For' tickets and general Informatloj
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Canadian Pacific Rly. Co.
Castle 8c Cooke Co., Lt
Honolulu T. U.
Ewa Plantation Co.
Wuiulua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis.
Hlako Steam Pumps.
Babcock & Wilcox Dollars.
Mursb Steam Pumps.
t Matsou Navigation, Co.
Planters' Line Shipping Co.
Kohala Sugar Co. ' '
Bank of Hawai
incorporated Under the Laws of tb
territory of Hawaii.
PAID-UP CAPITAL $600,000.0
3UBPLTJS 'I,... 100,000.0
UNDIVIDED PH0FITS ... 157,S92.9
j. II. Cooko Presiden
B. D. Teiincy
f. Ii. Damon Cashieg
a. U. Fuller Assistant Cashie
d. McCorriston Assistant Cashie
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Oamon, F. C. Atherton, It. A. Cooke
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New England Mutual Life Insuraacd
Company of Boston.
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We have just accepted 'ills Agency
The. Protoctor Under rlteni of the,
Phoenix of IUrtford.
These are alio among the Roll
HONOLULU T.ION WORKS CO. Machinery
of ovary description mado to
Tom Giinn, ono of tho two real
aerial admirals of tho world, isi
determined to mako n trip from Ho
tioltilu to Maui via the air and water,
and is busily engaged iu building a
now hyilroaeroplauu for tho purposo,
That ho might bo iu touch with
mother earth at all times Giiuii is hav
lug ii wireless apparatus alllxed tu his
machine by William 0U, tho local
(Itiiin figure thut with his know!
odgu of telegraphy ho would
be In position In semi forth word Just
what fin was lining nm bo iu touch
Willi listlstHlice should he need It "cv
era I local people, among them being
three women, have uakei for the pri
Huge of Miliug with (iuiiii.
Newman, Ike moving pb tiiro in mi i
now on Maui nr ranting for Hie luuduig
pUfe as well m fur the la ing uf
iiloslrta UgbU w u k'uldn l Hie daring
BVlilsr w Uiil be win safely reach
line firm etur bk flight hut tim e