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""ii'w HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. 1KH1AY. uiToliRR 10. 1913 -SEMI-WEEKLY.
MATHEWSON WINS HIS GAME;
PITCHER BLANKS ATHLETICS
Starts Run Getting
Hard Earned Victory
After Gruelling Battle
With Mack's Men.
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
FHILADLLFHIA, October 8.-
clal to Tlio Advertiser) Mighty Is tliat
grand old man of tho New York,
U.innts, Christy Mathewson, for today
jm n soggy field and in the. face of the
most trying odds, the veteran nud best
of them all, held the Athletics in check
for ten long gruelling and nerve racking
innings, finally leaving the, field
with tho crown of victory resting on
his head by a score of 3 to 0.
Adding to his famo and masterly i
control, the redoubtable pitcher cracked
out a long single which rent t lit! lirst
runner over the pinto iu tho tenth.
Wiso men of the game, somo ot them
at least, had predicted that tho great
Mathewson was on tho downward trend
and that tho mighty arm had lost much
of its cunning.
If such was the case it did not show
weakness today and it was history re
pcating itself for in 11103, Mnthewson
now led oer the Athletics on their own
home grounds ami the scum was just
tho same, 3 to 0 and tho time, was eight
j ears within one day.
alauts Wcro Crippled.
Behind tho veteran was a crippled
team. Merkle was out with u badly
twisied ankle and Jack Meyers had re
cciveil a split linger during practice
These drawbacks did not daunt, tho
veteran and it seemed that they but
added strength and cunning to his mas'
terly arm. i
Opposed to the mighty man of the '
(limits was that trustj war horse of tho I
Athletics, Veteran F.ddie 1'lank. Eight I
years beforo re 1 .d faced tho (limits, '
not the sanio ' oni that trud on tlio ,
field today, foi oil of tho Giants of
flO.", with tho of Mathewson, ,
YViltso and Manager McGrnw have
pnssod from the major league.
I'lank was muling when tho gong
clanged, the Jinttcries were auuuunccd
and play wnl on.
Through tho gruelling battle went
the two pitchers bncked up .by men of
steel, always on the alert for tho
and eu'rrcady to tear iu and stampede'
Inniug after inning went by with
neither Mathewsua nor I'lank giving
way. Each was cool and working with
clock liko regularity.
Thru car , a break, and it looked as
if the ilil, lies wcro again prove
winner a.i in tho ninth inniug
and din nld hao won tho gamo.
On tic 1.1 irunk drove tlio ball on
n i" outfield nnd was snfo at
first ' Harry changed his tactics
and bunted Larry Doyle covering tho
piny tok the ball with neatness and
dispatch but threw wild to first, nnd
both runners were safe, one going to
third and one to second.
Athletics Lose Chance.
Lapp rapped the ball to Wiltso and
a quick throw to tho plate, iiaijed
Strunk as ho tore through tho mii'l anil
slush for tho goal that meant Ictory
for tho White Llephants.
Wiltso again showed his worth when
he took Plank's sharp grounder nud
winged it to McLean in time to turn
Harry back toward tlilril. Mci.cau
then shot the ball to llerzog and he in
turn shot it to Mnthews.on and Christy
cut off Harry at tho plate.
Plank had gone to second on tho piny
nnd a singlo still meant the game, but
Mutty caused Murphy to hit n weak
grounder and the Athletics outfielder
was thrown out at first.
With tho slipping of victory from
their grasp the strain proved too niucli
lor the veteran, Plank, and tho hardj
men behind In lit and try ns they would
the Athletics rould not stave olT the
defeat that was to be their portion for
Lumbering Larry McLean, who was
catching in tho place of .lack Meyers
hit sharply to left field Larry not being
licet of fcrot was sent to the bench.
401 REFUGEES HELD
UP (IT BORDER
(liy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
F.AOLi: 1'ASS, Texas, October 8.
(Special to The Advertiser) Four
thousand homeless and penniless
geeit from Mcji.'O were today huddled
upon uu tjKit just nutsldu
of Kugle I'usK, uw.iitiug u decision by
the I'uite.l Hute imuiigrutiou uutlioii
lies rouiirdiiiit their A
Joity of the refiiKem tiru women umi
(lllldru aim man) ure kick,
Food Mipplic ur curii.
(lit I. diiul Wirt'lMHt TfaMrfiill)
WAfclllMiTwN, OftoMr .
(Slrlnl u Thr AdVHliMf)
f'rMtidvlit Wllauu w llf
u mluuli b, bind the iiUnr In
iuiik, '. ill .riii mtm )u
KM ui loutflutui IImiwW'' W
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AIMMio . tint wri rwiNV
Ml l IU !"' HlMtM UtKlllMpIl
iMtti mil i.ik4 Ui lh FimI
Isul't i i wlivlr ikl'j Iwh
!' "'. ' . i uHi. ml lmnwn.
t H' M H M H H
BOX SCORE OF THE GAME
(Hants All It ilHHIIJ'OA K
llerzog, Sli. . r, 1 o 0 1 4 0
Doyle, 2li. .. I 0 (I 0 2
rictclior, as,. ,502 (l 1 3 ll
Hums, If. ... t 0. fl (1-10 0
, yimftr, cf. .. R 0 II II II II 0
Mllrray. rf. . I 0 (I 0 0 0 0'
Mil.e.iu, e, . 4 0' !! 0 ' 1 f
Hnodgrnss, Hi.. 1 0 1 0 I 1 0
Mnthewsou. I).. :i 1 2 0 1 1 0
Wiltto, Hi. o ii o i a u
flrniit . '.. 0 l o o (i o n
Wilson, t. o o 0 II i ft ll
Tolals . . . 37 :i 0 30 17 '2
'Grant rnu for McLean in tenth inning.
Hits nnd runs by innings:
New York: Itims... 0000 I) 11 000 33
Haschits... I) 0 'J 0 1 '0 0 I) I 37
Athletics: i Huns... 0 0 O' 0 0 0 0 v0 0, 00
Hasehits... J 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 2 08
.Sninm.irv Sacrificed hits. Colliin nnd Wiltse; left on bases.
York 8, Philadelphia 8; 'first l)'s on
I'liinlt 2J struck out, by
Doyle ly J'lanK. empires, ouy.oiiy.ai
field, Epau nglit held. 'Jimu nl game, two no"
iltes. AUcnilume, 20,fiG3.
Lbbbbbw VuHvv aflaBaalBaafl
Giant's pitcher wjio inado history ro
peat, for eight years ago he blanked
tho Athletics by tho sumo score as
in jesterduy's game at Philadelphia.
flrnnt taking his place ns runner.
followed the rules of tho game with
a well placed sacrifice, sending (Irant
Christy Brings One In.
It was '.Mntliew son's turn to bat and
ho made good. It was a liner to center
and good enough to send (Uuut to
the plate with the first run of the
Collins faltered when llerzog drove
tho ball toward nccoml and the Athletics
iccond tucker throw Uadly to first
allowing Matthewson to leach third
and llerzog soiuml.
I'lank was aviating now and when
ho hit l)olc Willi n pitched ball the
bases were filled. Fletcher added to
tho sorrow of nil Philadelphia by pol
iug u singlo to conterlield sending
and llerzog over the plate.
Hums fanned while .Slinfer flow ending
the Inntnc for tlit; (limits.
The Athletics camo in for a last effort
but H was useless. Mathowson
was thtir master today and to him gues
the honor of making the series one mid
And Mathewson was great. Itlght olT
the reel it looked disastrous fur the
peerless leader o tiui Nati'jual League
pitchers. With tlio (Hants out of the
wav in the lirst inning, Murpny was
safe on Doyle's error. Oblrlug singled
to left and Collins advanced' both
men up a liasu with ;i well placed sacrifice.
rollowimr Collins eanio tho mighty
John Franklin Maker, he who brbko up
the series if 111 I with his houie. run
NOTED CANAL ENGINEER
IN SERIOUS CONDITION
(Ily Fedeml Wireles Telegraph.)
HALTIMOHi:, October 8. (Special
to The Col. David Du H.
(Inllhird uf the Hnaineer Corps, is iu
ii precarious condition iu John HopMus
hospital us the result (if climatic conditions
in the Pniiiiinii Canal znuu
win re he had clmrije uf tho iixcaviitlou
nl the i ulxlini cut.
POPE P1UE BUYS
(Ily Fihlerul Wiridemt Telttginph.)
NliW VOIIK, Oi'tidmr . (tjpeelul Iu
The A.hirimrii Hver ibiiwn Atiiell
can made l.ip'iiler ciimprlswl hA in
leiMllli delimit thipiiunil which Uft
New Vnrk Imluv I ilU.I for Hume. Ta.'
bill Wre kluirilw) "i UiiliiiHU 'u
I'llW X, Itotiiu. ' '
mm A REVOLUTION
XAN'Tll IMIUIMKI, IMwltW
iaavrialil I'icm i mn
Uaa mllilti'i In rr baa uitita ail M Iu
llic ni.lul ..ii ui I ii.lu. iv III fipjH
lug In i. i i,i. '...r pari 1li.
jM rr.l.l u lb Ural mtMatfal IM'pH
lalluli ut titf I mlml MlalM ' lllli
An.ii ki ..i . I.. ,ntilil li ll w uf
I.". .. i i.i .. nl. ii . 1 1 nl .litpwlm
Athletics All II 1111 HI! I'O a r.
B, .Murphy, rf. 0 . II 0 0 o o
Old ring, "If. 0 1 0 I ii n
('oiling lib. ..I 0 1 0 'J .i i
linker, 3li (I o n u i
Mclnues, Hi 0 : 0 0
ijirilnk, cf. . 6 l 1 '. o n
Hairy, s . I rt l 0 n
Lapp, e. . r 8.1, rt 7 1 o
Fiuilk, p. -1 9 l 2 I)
Totals V$H 1 6 so c L'
raled l:alh, oir Mnthewson 1 , off
"i kFfii'f'M ci hit ,by pitched ball,
P'iHftoif",;!'" on bases, Klem left
rs .and twenty-two in In -
Who stnrted t the batting rally which
paved the vray for the Victory of tho
swats nud who had touched Mlinpiard
for a homer iu the opening game of
tlio present series.
Coolly the great Christy faced his
swatting enemy and then his mighty
arm cut loosa with a sizzling curve nnd
linker missed it. Again Matty swung,:
iuou .inn again jiuitcr uusseii.
Baker Strikes Out.
Twenty thousand wild 03'cd funs were
yelling for .lohn Franklin to tear the
cover from the ball and mightily ho
gripped his bat to do the trick. Toward
the pla(e came the ball with tho speed
of a rifle ball mid liko tho famous
Casey, the mighty linker, struck out."
It was masterly pitching and it may
bo said that then and there Mnthew
son really saved his game for a long
uy, uu liilleld hit or a single, would
havo sent nn Athletic runner fo the
plate and the Giants would never have
had the chance to bat in that teuth
Iu the ninth JlathewKVin was ngalu
a hero for he took a throw from
with Harry on thoTine between
third and the plate touching him nut,
thereby cutting oil another run which
would havo won the game.
Coutinuuus rain the night before had
a tendency to keep the crowd awav,
nud tho attendance failed tq. come up
to e.peetutions there being a, little
over '20,000 persons on hand when the
i .ii i
Oamo By Innings.
Followiug is the detailed story of the
CLAUSE DF TARIFF Li
(liy Federal Wireless Telegrnph.)
WASHINGTON, October S (Special
to The Advertiser) The sectiuu of the
new tariff law providing for five per
cunt discount iu duty on imports in
American bottoms will lie dormant until
Attorney General MellnymiM
an npinlun uu I lie ilaum iieuonllug
lo nn order, gleu by Senreliiry Mc
Adiiu tinlay to ull eukloiim culleclurs,
' I.HII -.
AGREES TO DELAY
DECISION ON THAW
(lb I'oJerul UinloM Telnumph.)
(OKXHlD, Noh llawptliirH, Oilalur
a (HfiAilal lo The Adt
eiuur aWui I), Caliier ba rtiMlJ Ihv
iiHpiM ur William Trara dtMiwtia,
iUi 4MiiMiMi uf i Ut. iirilun uf
Hart)' 15. Tlmw tnm m mMi
Mlua Mtw Mug fU'luaijkj by b Jim
turk aulUaiMI . oiu4iMI lira -
Wait lima . ,n. i I l.vr MU bern Iu
i.ifchi lr ai ii. IiMuiu
Veteran Plank in Fine,
, . 'Iforni But Lets Down
After Team Males
Lose Heart and
J. 'Franklin. Baker1
First innlnff (Hants, ller?og Hied to
Collins, Uoylo Hied to Strun!:. Fletcher
fanned. No runs.
Athletics, Murphy safo. on Doyle's
fumble. Oldriug singled to left. Collins
.sacrificed, Suodgrass' to Doyle,
linker fanned. Mcllmes Hied to Hums.
So runs. ,
Sscoad innlns (liants, Hums fanned.
Hliafer Hied to Murphy. Murray
funnOiL Mo runs.
Athletics, Strunk out, Doylo to
Harry Hied to Hums. Lapp
tunued. fNo runs.
Third inning - (hunts, McLenn popped
to .B3rry. - finodgiuss singled to left.
Mathewson singled nnd took second on
tho throw in and Snodgrass was safe
at third. 'WittKi running lor Knodgrass.
Htrzog llcuuded to I'lank who threw to
Lapp Add WilUe was. run dwn between
tllird 'nud htiine. Her?,o;! took seiond
nud Mathewson Jbird. Doyle files to
Oiilrikijr! , S'b iuus.
AthletiV.s, Wlllso rVlieved SnoJgra's.
I'laiikjdut; D'nylo Murphy
.out. ilatheWMiu, to Wiltse. Oldriug
.out. Ilcrzug to Wlltse.. No runs.
lour:.", inaiai; uiauts, I'letcner ouij
unrrj; Ipi Jiciunes. iiurns iiiuiii;ii.
nife mi llfA'r'ii bad tlirdw. 81iafer
i.nt stealing Ijipp. to Collins. No runs.
Athletiin.i.'cliins ,nt, Mnthnivsou to
Willre. Haker singled over tecond.
uut, Dovle to. ilUe. linker on
second, btrnnl. walkpd. Harry forced
Strunk, Doyle unassisted. No runs.
'Filth imiiim UitliitH. .Murray tlied to
Oldriii);. McLean- singled to left.
Wiltse fanned. Mnthovtoii walked.
llerzog out, i ullins to Meliin"s. No
Athlelics.'Lapp out, Doyle to Wiltse.
I'lank fcinnjud through -Doyle. Murphy
filed to Ilnrtis. Oldriug iorced Flank,
Fletcher ..ta Doyle. No runs.
Sixth inning. .Giants, Doyle out,
Flank'to Mutinies'.' Fletcher fouled to
Mclnnes. iluina llicd No
runs. . I
Athletics,, Collins fanned. liakcr out,
Fleteht to S?llthO. Alelunes ianiie.l.
No run's. f
Seventh Shafer (lied
to) Strunk',. Mlimiy (lied to Hairy. McLean
died' to :(Jldring. No runs.
Athletics, iSlrutfk lined to Hums.
Harry out; ller.og, to Wiltfo. Lajip
singled, 'ball bpunded olf Wiltso gloves.
I'lank llucd to Fletcher. No iuus.
Eighth inning . Giants, Wilte out,
(Villus to Melnugs. .Mathewson ilicd to
Murphy, llerog Hied to fatrunk. No
Athletics, Murphy out, Wiltse unassisted.
Oldrltig out, Fletcher to Wiltse.
Collins singled to left, linker singled
to right. Collins, being held nt second.
.Melnnes, forced .Collins, llerzog unassisted.
Ninth Inning' Giants, Doylo Hied to
Strunk, Fletcher singled to short. Hums
wulked, Shafer ilicd. to Murphy. Murray
Hied to Oldriug.
Athletics, Strunk tingled. Harry beat
out n limit. .Strunk took third nud
Harry second' on Doyle's wild throw to
WilUc. Lapp forced Strunk at the
plate,, WiltMi to McLean. Harry took
third. Flank hit to Wiltso. who throw
to McLcau to catch Harry. McLean
throw to llerzog. llerzog returned the
ball to Mathewson who tagged Harry
out. Murihy out, Mathewson to Wiltse.
No runs, '
Tenth, inning Giants, MeLcan sin
gled, Grant running for McLean. Wiltso
sacrificed to Flank unassisted. Mathewson
singled, scoring Grant, llerzog hit
to Collins who threw wild to Harry.
Mathewson tultiiq; third and llerzog
second. Doyle hit liy pitched ball, fill-in"
tho bates. Fletcher tingled, scoring
Mnthewson, and llerzog, Hums
ifuiiieil. hluifer 'Ilicd to Murphy. Three
Athletics, Wilson now catching for
N'uw York. Qldring out, llerzog to
Wiltse. Collins fanned, linker out,
)qUi to Wiltse, .No runs.
NEW SYNOD HOUSE
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
N'UW YOlilC, October 8. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) nlshop David 11.
Greer, today formally dedlcaled the
new synod huuse, the gilt or the into
1, F, Morgan nud tho late W. Iluyurd
Cutting to the Cat lied nil of Saint .lohn
WILSON SENDS NAVAL
AIDE BACK TO SHIP
(Ily Fedeml Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, October 8 (bpenial
to The Aiherllseri Kai'epl when iu
iilleiidniicii iiniii unity nr imy I'unc
Hum, l'rbiii WIImiii hereaflur will
nut be atliijcl liy hw tilde nf his
jinhleerwioi. jjeut. CiillllilMlulsr .1. W.
TllHUtoti. hmviiI uhjo lit he While
llunw was lixlsy naalgv! iu the bat
HlfKOHIMIl AMI) COMMON HBNHIJ
h u i lUii r jfuwr llu'J " rin
IMStb"! I' "J ail Kklrrunl .i.pli iiioi
f I'l.ui I . ilulu 'a Fan. II.. In. In u
frw daw il will ul uu .i. an. I n
' llil.. ll. . utliiliv, link nalii i tt.l
iUf I Uu rick r! IAI iu ? mim.
! an I auon n.l lua ktiMu uf iai lion
' Idaaunu I .. 'i'i alv l !
aui.it a ., , I id , Atfui Iwi llaa i
PITCHED GREAT BALL
UNTIL TENTH INNING
r r " aaalaBBBBBBn
VETERAN EDDIE I'LANK,
Who faltered in the tenth inpiug after
uitoliiiig a wonderful gaum of bull
for the American League champions.
Pending Measure Favors
One Reserve Bank.
(liy Foleral Wireless Telegraph)
WASHINGTON1, October 8. (Special
to Tho AtlNertiser) Condemning somo
featuics of the pending currency bill
and .praising others, Frank A.
of the National City Haul: of New
Yoik today addressed the senate banking
and committee. ,
SpvaKing nt the proposed twelve regional
rc3Prvo banks, lie, said there
should be only one lank, or r.s fort as
possible. Mii'l I 11 thurb are more ihiiu
one they should be so linked together
us to form n (Vntral tank. He declared
tho note issue jilnii Would fail 'to'
Vnnderlip said that tho bill ns drawn
would accomplish tho mobilization of
the recroj, which ho declared was n
very important ilesidorntum. Ho said
Hie period of transition between the
present sj'stem nud Hie proposed would
be very trying.
SURRENDERS TO POLICE
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.) t
LONDON, October 8. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Mrs. Flora Driiinmoud
known ns "tho general" nnd next to
Mrs. Fnukhurst the most aggressive
leader uf the militant stilTragettes who
has been at liberty under special
becauso of illness induced by a
hunger strike, surrendered to tho authorities
to staud trial on a chargo of
Shu was admitted to 'ball nnd her
caso set for 'October "3.
Lillian Lenton who was, arrested in
connection with tlio burning of flie Kew
Gardens pavilion was lemandcd until
NEW YORK MA.Y GET
NEW HEAD OF POLICE
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
XfiW YOltIC, October S. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) According to n rumor
arduud police headniinrters unit the city
nan today, 1'olico Commissioner Waldo
is about to lesign. Waldo mid Mayor
Klino ure ut losnerheads as a result
of the commissioner's refusal to nppoint
.losepn iiionncr, lonner police lieutvn
nut, to a captaincy.
Robert Searlcs, Showino; Evidence
of Storm's Havoc, Brought
Here From Kahului.
In tow of tho tug Intrepid and Jn
ehnrgo of Captain Macaulajy the dismantled
nnd battel cd schooner llobort
Searlcs was towed into port shorUy
tweho o'clock Inst night ami is
now moored nt the Hnekfeld wharf.
Though the crew of tho dismantled
boat were eared for at Kahului nnd
wero somewhat recovered from tho trying
experience, through which" thoy
passed when their shin wns caught in
tho terrific storm which it oil
its courso along the Southern California
const and carried it, disabled, to
a point about fourteen miles off the
Island of Maui last week, they plainly
showed last night the o'ffccts of tho
hardships through which thoy pabsod.
The vessel is iu command 'of the first
mnte, confirmation hniug been brought
hero last night that tho captain iu attempting
to weather th storm In which
his ship was caught, was cnrrled overboard
with n portion of tho deckload
which was swept into tlio sea.
Work of discharging u considerable
portion of tlio lumber cargo of tho ves
sel, it is believed, will sturt hole this
morning. Tho work of tho biirvey
board sent to estimate tho damage to
thu schooner una prneticully completed
I11LO, Oi tolier ll. Another law suit
wns lnl week added to .lohn Kenlohu's
interesting and rapidly swelling col
Ici'tltiu. It wns ii parting present from
old frlauil Hrcickniis, who filed It, na
attorney for the Uiiipiiliuchuc; Sugar
CiuiMiny. Just Imfuro he look ttnimor
fur llniinlulii lutt I rldny.
Thu null U u very ordinary nun Iu
aauiuHil, herein the l.uuiiuliuclme
Hug-Hr Uinipaii) aeta forlii I lie ilulm
thai on Juno '.'a. IUI3. lieuliiha wns In-
tUbll In II iu I he aum of U8.0, for
Hiouoy wuiiii nail beuu lunaini In iiim
in lor Iu thai date b Urn dafaliilOMl. It
is almWM that of llml umuoiil he has
ui.glei tt4 ii ad ialuwU Iu iy I lie um
hi ti i
I'w Ihe a, mi. I ihhi il In ihutrii thai
uu .lull i rnu, UaaUiLu iw Ilia
lamlllf llic .MID uf ilOT.WI W mtWH
laf yaftsU tad aWrluMMilaa imrWmrs!
i befarx lual lal, whlih la Wludlv uu
I aid Judyim nl i iia.. fur Ilia aum
( t.ul . muu . u.u nud u fuilM
Glass Denounces Bankers' Asso-elation
for Opposing Control
Feature of Currency Bill; Dc
clarcs Threatened Test if
ure Becomes Law Is Bluff and
That Congress Is Determined to
Pass Reform-Legislation at This
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON October 8. (Special
to The Advertiser) Chairman Glass
of the llonso, Hanking and Currency
Committee, today openly defied tho
American Hankers Association audits
country bank members in their flglit to
force bankers domination of the federal
board of control proposed under the
new banking system. He intimated
that 'graft" was behind the
hostility to the Glass-Owen bill;
that tho proposed fight to test the
of tho bill If made a law
was a bluff and that the administration
anil congress wcro determined that
there shall be passed at this session of
congress, reform currency legislation.
ESTABLISH NEW MARK
'..F;OS FLYING" BOATS
(Hy Federal Vireles Telegrnph.)
NKW'OllK, October 8. (Special to
Tho. Advertiser) Heelayith Heavens,
the) aviator, and J.- II. 11. Verolauek.
the inillionairo 'sportsman, Hew from
Albany to .cif YorK iu the latter';!
Cnrtiss Hying boat, establishing n record
for this new type. Tho course followed
was approximately 170 miles nud
the actual Hying Mine itli minutes.
DUPONT TO MINE
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph,)
DF.NVL'II, Colorado, October 8. -.
(Special to Tiie Advoitiser) H. G. O.
Thofehein, radium expert of J'arls, gave
out tlio information today that (
maii DupMnt, head of tho ponder manu
facturing company whicn benis his
name, has iurchaspd properties at Central
City, Colorado and intends to erect
a. plant to produce radium.
MAUI CITIZENS DRAWN
FOR DUTY ON JURIES
(Mail Special to The Advertiser)
WA1LUKU, October 3. Following is
tho list of names uf the men drawn to
serve, asrhud' )iud.Trialjflroi'Hnnt, the
October 11)13 term of the Second .Circuit
Court nt "WkulnHn; grand, Return-'
ablo October 15, and trial' returnable
Grand jurors: ,T. H. Abreu, W. A.
Baldwin, F. A.' liooth, J. A.
W. A. Clark, Geo. Coekctt. It. K.
Cockctt, A. C. Dowsett, .las. T.
('has. K. Tardea. H. .1. Guerrero,
b. Hocking, S. L". Hubbard, H. 1!. Meyer,
-W. 'S. Mountcastle, li. , A. Furdy,
Dan Quill, Geo.' II. Stephenson, A. S.
Taylor. .1. T. Taylor, W. W. Taylor,
Geo. K. Trimble, W. D. Weight.
Trial jurors: Joe Ambrose, 11. O".
.loiiu Hiowji, Sr., M'anucl do Cam-bra,
E. 11. Carley. John Chalmers, A
W. .Collin's, Geo." II. Cummlngs, It. H.
Dodge, T. F. Dbwney, W. A. Fngle, A.
J. Fernandez, W. II. Field. J. F.
ilenllerg, Ulins. jviakoua, .los. u. i.evi,
1). C. Lindsay, A. V. Maciel, dr., Allen
Newton, Juo Ferreira, Tliomas l'ratt,
August II. Hoiman, J. A. Hobrnsoif, 11.
1!. Kobinson, Jr., 11. C. Bearle, dr., u.
(Mail Special to Tlio Advertiser.)
October 4. The pin's-
apple planters of Hajku, Kujaha mid
l'auwela have been Harvesting a goon
mnnv tons of the sweet-smelling, lus
cious fruit during the last month, and
the little stream ot gold tliat sprunjj
up as a result of their labors has k"ii
very to many of the.
who stood iu great need of
ready cash. ' Next J'ear it is expected
that owry one of those small farmers
will hao from five to twelve acres of
pines to harvest, and somo oven a little
moie. It will mean that they will
realize all the way from $1200 to $0000
each, according to ths acreage of pines
planted by them.
W. It. I atterson, who has nn excellent
piece of laud mid is n huxtler mid
hard worker, expects to take on a crop
of sixteen nercs of pines next ycor. He
will nlso secure n dee. to his lininu
stead, which will cost him J000.
11, II. lilnnchard, who obtained a
hnuKstead Fomn little time ago, Is imir
erecting u pretty bungalow, and Iv and
his family will move into it next
lie has a fine strip of laud nt Kulah.i,
ojiposlto Mr. Futter4on'n lioineete.nl.
WiroJc advices from Maul yestei
day iiuuuunccd tho death of Itev. A. it.
Weymouth, M.D., which occurred nt
Wnllukii, at nine 'thick
Muuduy evening, Thu Infirmities uf nld
n ye were the cause uf death,
Doctor We) month's , fuTi'einl took
place at Wiilliiku jestenlay uflernmiii
ut liiur n'uliick, the ervles belnir ami
dip'ted by the Will I ll Mi Miunnle lialga,
if tvhit'h order ho, ni n irouiliieiil
niuinlicr fur many jeur. Iter, ,1, Kum
llodvl uHUIulail ul the vburvli aurviaaa.
Hucliir Wiiymurtlh wat
tiara uf aa uin lur aura llmu Iwaha
yaara he waa IwaliHl ul Mhiiiiw, Maui,
Ilia laltar ai( yauia uf I his Dwa a if
lur uf Ihe Hal) luuaaasla' (talaa uf
lliu lliaauil dauaailHallaa, uf wltlab
llev. J. l(iw rwW it Haw mi alar. I
a daalw af madlalaa riaatar Way
aai(lli'i unafulij'M a of a djuiWa
l4uinll w IL aanHauMtr k Uv) la
and Dm waar frWala ha wad Oarlua
bli lasi.laaiu iu ilia 'iV(iui Mnnil;
luwulK 1. 1 1 lM
Miss Nettie Stono Embarks on
Marama Believing She Is
Sailing on Umatilla for Oakland
Home and Is Put Ashoro
at Honolulu in Practically Penniless
(From Thursday Advertiser.)
moro than two thousand
wiles off her course, fuciag veiled
threats of the brig and being turned
over to the police authorities becauso
she refused lo pay leer fare, 'and finally
lauded almost penniless" on mi island
two thousand miles from her nearest
friend. 'J his is tho plight of pretty
Nettie Si one of Oakland, who was east
ashore iu Honolulu wheu the Canadian-Australian
stcaiuvr Marama arrived
from ictona lust night.
Hut for, the! aid of Kindly passengers
who took her iu charge, during the
brief stop, the friendless girl, with' but
a tew dollars 111 uer pursu and scarcely
any bagguge, would havo been compelled
to walk the streets. These passengers
wero K. Dorscy, who is en route
to Sydney, and 11. T. Frince, who
stopped ull' here. They fouud their
way to tlio police station at eleven
o'clock last night, explained the condition
of JT?viitoiiu to Captain linker,
11ml that ollicer lit once
sent 11 cull to Folic 11 Mutiuu Mrs. Annie
Guest of Police Matron.
Within a half hour Mrs. Foolo had
tho friendless and unhappy young
woman in charge as the guest of honor
nt Mrs. Foole 's eottagu home. She will
bo kept there until such time as ar
laiigumeuts can bo made through some
chatitiiblo method of sending tho girl
back to her anxious pareuts at Oak
With big tears Welling into her Vyet
as she spukp lust night, the frightened
young woman explained the maimer in
whieji she camo to bo carried away
from Victoria 011 a steamer bound for
Australia. Mho had been visiting
friend's ut Victoria aul had arranaed
to return home. Her ticket to San Fran
cisco had been purchased, her trunks
cheeked, ami sho was to have saihd
on the steamer Umatilla, rhj fuv. She
went, to the big wharCwhero tho Umatilla
was moored. The Mamma wns
closo by. Through! mistake by herself
as well as the friends who very there
to ece her start (U,,hejijHynuward
sho boarded tho Maramn. Uoth
wero scheduled to lenvo within a few
miiutvSs of each other.
Finds Herself 011 Marama.
The Marama sailed first and Miss
Stono was aboard. Not until tho ship
wns well out of tho harbor did sho learn
of her plight. Sho searched Sot tho
purser, appealed to him to stop the
ship, showed her ticket to Sun
and asked that arrangements be
made to get her nslruro. It was too
late, sl)o was told, tho big ship must
maintain its schedule and not only
would sho bo required to make tho trip
to Honolulu, tho first stop, but slie
must also pay her fare.
l'assengers on tho ship, according to
a statement made by Dorsoy lalt night,
learned of this, n. united protest was
mado tu 'tlio captain nnd not only was
Miss Stono not required to pay her
passage but sho was gixen first cabin
accommodations. Sho wns somewhat in
conveiiienced because of tho fact that
all "her clothing with the exception of
u few articles iho carried iu her hand
satchel were 'aboard tho Umatilla.
Tho steamship company's ollicers, it
was reported last night, refused under
any circumstances to nrraugo fur Miss
Stono's passago back to Victoria or
on to Sau Francisco. If this is true,
it Is probable that either 'Mrs. Foole,
tho kindly police matron, or charitable
people of llouvihilu will bo called upon
to seo that tho young stranded
woman is provlded with transportation
back to the Coast.' Her case will bo
more thoroughly investigated today.
LAND COURT WILL
CONVENE ON MAUI
Maui will havo two sessions of tho
land court right nt homo next week
when Judge Whitney will hear, on
'Puesday afternoon, tho land case of
Annie Amoe Qual Chamberlain at
nud on Wednesday nt Lahaina when
tho land case of Henrietta K. Nakeu
will be heard.
Judge Whitney, Clerk John Marcal
lino nud Stenographer II, It. Jorduu will
leave fur Maul by the steamer Claudine
on Monday ufternoyn. They go
by the same steumor, from Kahului
to Keamie umi take the steamer 011
its return down the const itruuud In
Lnlialliu, Judge Liudsay is also hooked
tu g.) to Muni 011 (he same trip.
(Ily F!ernl Wireleaa Telegrnph.)
KT. I 'MMH, October . (Hpe
dill liiI'lut Aihirti.er) llufura
Mlaa Loiiu Kirk uf Inn. Illlnola,
and 1 1 liner Kelle) uf .Mount
Vermin, Illliiiiit, were miirrM
May Ihe bibletfrooui wild In
Jualiia i.j (vgj
ymi Hit iu tulle my fiilum
aifa'a alodaut u the allavl thai
aba ui mr Uut lutad Miiy una el
ajjJ aaiar will lava aaalluw."
llta taaUut VMttiiau liml llu
aala aad laraad la KaUa, aay
tajji ", ! yvaul ua la alaji
a uailar aMakU, ftriavav "
4- i.f., .11 Jyai.l
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