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HAWAIIAN GAZF.TTn. TnKSDAY. MAY 5. 19U.$EMT-WF.r.KLY.
ASK FOR TI1K
G0L1ES INTO POUT
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While Asahis Boot Ball About Lot
and Pitcher Ooea Wild Chong'fl
Bunch Eomp to Plat.
'.,-' (From Monday Advertiser.) "t
AH CMnee IU Aftuhle &, ,
It wi a will tod woolly exhibition
of th great American pastime the All
Chinese and Asahis banded out to the
lans anil lanneue or every hob
who crowded into Moililli Field yester
day afternoon, the. All-Chinese finishing
out in front by an ll-to-8 icore.
Both Ilooa Ki, pitching for the All
Chinese, and Kono and Araki, pitching
for the Asahis, were an wild as the
March harea in the far Went ai far fts
locating the plat wai concerned, and
the trio of them fielded their pot it Ions
like a lot of blind men, the -All-Chineae
slabxter making miscues on Ave of the
nine chances offered him.
.W. Tin thong ' outfit were the drat
to icore, landing two in the1 first inning
became Kono fumblod Ten Chin 'a hit,
rut in with a wild pitch and Issued
three pas. Abe 'a Lnnch gathered
thrco in their half of the opener be
cause lioon Kl made two errors, fcsned
two pssses and allowed one hit, a safe
ty to loft by Catcher Nishi.
Two erroia and a hit in the third,
one error, one pni and a two-bagger
in tho fourth and four passes, a hit an-t
thrH error in the fifth gave the All
(hinese air more ' runs in these three
innings, while two errora and a h't give
them one in the sixth, and two ersors
an. I one hit gave them two in the sev
enth eleven rana in all.
1'onr ainglea and a douhle, a mas hit
1 v a pitched ball and a sacrifice gave
(lie Asahis four nine ia the fifth, and
lloon Ki'a two errora and an out gave
them another ia the ninth. Following
is tlie score: -
CHINESE. AB A BH SB PO A E
Ysn Chin, rf.,... 3 2 0 0 0 0 0
Akai. If. 5 1"S 0 0 0 0
I.ai Tin. as 8 1 8 1 13 0
T Akana, cf . .'...' ft 0 0 0 0,0 0
Kualii, 2b 5 1-10 1 -3 0
H. Cbeong, lb... 5 0 1 Ul-'O
lloon Ki, p. . . . .. -1 1 0 0 13 5
Asam, 3b. ....... 8 0 ' 0 0 0 1 0
Ah Toon, e....... 4 X 0 1 12 2 1
C. Hung, tf. 8 0 1 1 0 0 0
Totals . 43 11. 4 27 13 fl
ASAII ra . ' ' ABB Bit SB PO A E
Xola, If. ........ 3(2 1 0 4 0, 3
Nishi, e. ....j..,' 4 3,8 2 7 0 0
Araki, aa-p. 0 0 1 l' 2
Vamashiro, rf. .. 4 2. 1 0 0 0 1
8. Uyeno, ef.....'4 11 0 10 0
Komeyo, lb. 4 0 1 0 13 0 0
Kato, 8b. ....... 4 0 0 0 0.1 1
Kono, p. ... ..,..2 0 0 0 0 3 1
T. L'yeno, 2b. ... 4 0 1 014 1
Matsumota, as. . 2 0 11 13 1
Totals v . . .34 8 '; 8 4 27 17 10
Hits and runa by innings: . '
Chinese: Hans..! 0 1 1 4 1 2 0 011
Bssebits..l Q 1111100
Asahis: Runs.,3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 8
Basehita. .1 1 0 0 5 1 0 0 08
Summary Four runa, three hit off
Kono, in four and one-third innings
with three men on bases when replaced
by Araki; two basehita, Akai, Yarns
shiro; sacrifice hita, Araki 2, Noda;
double plays, Kl to Cheong to Ah Toon;
hit by pitcher, Nishi; bases on balls,
off Kono 0, off Araki 2; off Kl 4;
truck out, by Kono 1, by Araki 2; by
Ki II; wild pitches, Kono. Umpires,
Mason and Williams.. Time of game,
2 hours and a minutes. ....
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. For the past two years Stanford Lu
taken the championship honors at ten
uis In both the singles and doubles. In
.1)12 Sheldon captured the singles titU.
which was the next year taken by Mar-
ray. The Cardinals took the doubles
both years. 'Although California ha
cutured Willis Davis and Charles Rog-
riouHes victory if they are in best form.
Hheldoa has tested : his weak wrist,
whish prevented him from playing on
the jwrsity team this semester, and has
fouiia it strong enough to again appear
ou the courts. ; . '
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LOS ANGELES, May 3. (As-
sociated Press by Federal Wire-
lass) Venice and Los Angeles re-
eurned hostilities on the ball field
yesterday afternoon and Hogan's
bunch, walked away with the
game. '. Score Venice, 4, Los An-
gelcs 2. . "
At Han Francisco. Wolverton's
men again trounced ..' the Oaks,
wiuuing ia much easier fashion
than on the flay previous. Score
SiM-ramento 0, Oakland 2. ,
At Portland, MeCredle's mon
sent the Seals further dowa the
ladder when they annexed the
long ead of a well-played content,
Score Portland 5, Sad Francis-
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BAN FH A NCI SCO, May 4.
(Asswiatod Press, by Federal
Wireless) Oakland and Sacra-
incntu split even in the double
header yesterday, the Oaks win-
uiug at bonis across the bay,
while the Wolves captured the af-
teruoou grime here at. Recreation
Park, . Scorest First game: Oak-
laud 8, Sacramento 4. Second
gams; Sacranieuto 7, Oakland 2. -
At Los Angeles, the Tigers
whitewashed the Angels in the
v before lunch session, while the An-
gels won in the afternoon.. Scores:
First gsine Venice 4, Los An-
geles 0. Second game Los An-
cries 8. Venice 1.
At Portlaud, the Seals nosed out
the Heavers in one of the hardest
fought games of the series. Scores
Sau Francisco 2, Portland 1.
Ritchie , Uncertain as to Futurt
Movement Poundage Onlj
Blind In Murray-Petro- :
Becans of a hard cold that has tak
es away all the enjoyments of life,
Champion Willie Ritchie Is marking
time so far aa his future plans are con
cerned, and the chances are that noth
ing will be done unt l the early part of
tho week, says the San : Francisco
Chronicle of April 22. v
Ritchie has a definite proposition, if
be desires, to take on a ten-round bout
in Milwaukee against Charlie White,
and there Is also opea to him a thea
trical propoBition that will mean vaude
ville work. As the tatter spells three
and four shows a day, be is none' too
aLxioua to go back to stage work, and
for that reason prefers to hold back. ,
Manager Harry Foley had a chat yes
terday with Tom McCarey of Los An
geles, who is still visiting in San Fran
cisco, but there . was nothing definite
from the southern promoter.
"Met'arey had no ; proposition to
make to un," explained Foley, "and
wa just chatted generally. . lie raid ,
that in the event of , Welsh winning
over Cross in Los Angeles, he would
like to arrange a match later between
Ritchie and the Uritinh champion.
However, aa he mentioned nothing in
the way of a financial proposition, we
are hardly in a position to talk propo
sitions. . "Ritchie is just as ready to take on
match with Freddy Welsh as with
any other lightweight, and as we have
said before, it is altogether a matter
of what is offered. The best bid will
get the match, nulesa there ia some
thing else ahead of us.
"If he desired, Ritchie could start
work at once on the vaudeville stage
in ths Middle West, but that wou.d
mcaa three shows a day and training
as hard aa he would train for a light.
They want you to meet all comers and
pick out fellows weighing far more
than lightweights, and that isn't the
easiest game in the world.
"There has also come from Tom An
drews a letter, asking when Ritchie
will be prepared to take on the White
match. Andrews thinks that the bout
will draw a lot of money and wants
to have it arranged as soon as possible.
"1 don't want to rash Ritchie for
the next three or four days. He ia en
titled to a rest, and there ia plenty of
time for hira to consider what he wants
to do." : , v ' , ': ; ; ,
'. M array -Petroaiy Squabble. I
The jealousy existing between Saiio:
Petroskey on the one hand and billy
Murray on tha other, has been so in
tense that Promoter Coffroth has rac
tically thrown up hia ban da as regards
a match. Tho two middleweighls, who
ught by rights to make a fairly pre
sentable showing together, have Leea
squabbling over a matter of poundage,
and the dispute has been so trivial that
it waa apparent . other reasons have
been keeping them apart. '
Coffroth is now of a mind to send
Murray against the winner of last
night 'a Riddle-wright bout in Oakland.
Fighting Billy Murray is the recipient
of aa offer from New York to I ox
yosng Mike Donovan, but he is ho'ding
back on hia answer to see. just what
Coffroth can produce in the way of a
propoaition. ' ' '.
Kearoa, aa manager of Murray, ha
issued a circular letter in wh en he de
clares that Murray ia ready to box any
middle-weight In the game. .' lie aays
in part:'- - '
"Becauae of the peculiar action of
jimmy dabby in running out on- Mur
ray, the California middle-weight son
sation, I am now claiming the m'ddle
weight championship of the world for
Murray, and I believe that the publie
will realize the justice of my claim."
Kearns goes on to state that after
Murray , boxed Clabby a draw. Coffroth
offered . the Indianapolis boy a return
match, which was not accepted.
"Murray is not a wall-flower cham
pion," concludes Kearus. "lie stands
ready to meet any middle-weight ia the
world and to defend the title.". t -
Naturally, the mere claiming of the
title will not get much for Murray, al
tLough it ia bound to start more or loss
of a discussion, and .' the Cnlifornian
will thus benefit' from, the arguments
and publicity. . - .
A dress rehearsHl of the moving pic
tures of the - Ritcbie-Muiphy light
weight bout took, place ou Monday
night and according to reports the pic
tures are all clear and tell the story
nicely of what happened at the fight.'
No arrangements have been concluded
for their disposal, jlpiough it is l.kely
thai foreigu rights will be sold out
right, . ':'. .-. .- ; ;
, McAllister Beats Grand.
Bob McAllister, - the Olympie- Club
roxing idol, defeated Siiilor Grande be
fore, the Whoelnum 'a Club in Oakland
after ten - fast rounds of milling, In
which MeAllixter had such a lead that
l.'eferee Jim (Irillin awarded hira the
decision. Bob made a flying start and
hia liuhtiilng boxing ability gave him
a lead over the sailor for the first five
The boys broke even in the sixth,
wh'le the sailor came strong in the
seventh and eielith with boring tactics.
McAllister rallied iq the last two
rounds and held his epiHineut .to even
honors. The decision was well mer
ited. .. , - .
There were no knocVdowDs during
the bout. Orunde triei reiteateilv to
land a telling prnch, iirt McAl'ster
was too shitty for hini. - The Olympian
boxed In hia usual clever style, bnt
once aga;a he demonstrated that he
larks a punch to stop his opponents
The extra weight he is now csrrying
r, bit trip Fst did not seem to show
l im off to better advantage. '
: In the preliminaries to the Bob Mc
Allister Sailor Uraude bout" at the Oak:
Sherwood Magee of the Phillies is
toting around a black eye and a cut lip
as the result of scrap with Pitcher
Marshall the day before the opening
gome. Magee addressed a remark to
Marshall which the hnrler resented and
a fist fight followed. Other members of
the elub separated the pair, and later,
It ia said, the difference was patched
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farmer.- Tho tall manager owns a fine
plantation in the South and spends
much of his time there In the off season.
Ounning is one of his favorite sports
and he is a great admirer of hunting
dogS. .' ;" 1 . -I'. ' '' '.'.-.
U'MI. in Ri Tinl. tha nther ilsr Baa
Johnsoa took a run out to ' see the
1iiM now hall nlant which is in
course of construction. After looking
it. over be commented, "weii, n cer
tain ly is ft nice looking place.'.' ...
. II a i Kiuuiaii m i v mw no"
itk Ki liuM.iini- Cli a
training camp that Prexy Brltton in-
renn to use inera imr sn a"-v
spring. ' .
Fred Clarke expects much of Babe
Adams, hero of the 1909 world 'a series.
Adams has shown up well this spring
and thinks this will be one of his good
years. Adams is . 29 years ' old and
weighs J85 pounds. Nine years ago be
plaved first base for the Parson, Kas.,
team in the Missouri Valley Xeagne.
Hack Simmons la belntf used as an
outfielder' by Manager Otto Knabe.
When he was at the hilltop Hack lacked,
speed. Knaba must be sort of pressed
for outfielders or else he wants to play
second himself. . ". . , ' -
.The Providence scribes are on the
trail of Wild Bill Donovan. The team
Wild Bill has selected for the aeason
is not to their liking. Bill should wor-
1sn Vahiid wtin f u i Imt tn make trnn(
tut Chance last spring, is back on the
toast again, xoung is covering saori
for Sacramento the team Harry Wol-
verton manages, . ' ;it x "'
Ruek llercog, - tha Tlidgoly' farmer,
thinks So much of Cincinnati that he
has sent for his Xsmily. Charley has
leased a house in Walnut Hills, a su
Lurb of Cincinnati. By June he may
have a different opinion. ; ... ,
John ffsntel of the Rochester Fnst-
lers has had a hard life this spilrtg. The
Feds worked havoe with John's f earn
by grabbing off a number of hia play-1
era. Oanrel is not baahful in admitting
that bla team is weak for .the Interna
tional League race. ' '. ' ; . .' i
. ) Kallev af (he TnrnntA elub need I
pitchers badly. Joe would like f have
Bunny Hern of the Giants back, bnt
it's a question whether MeGraw will
let the big fellow go.' .
The chancea are two to one against
even aa great ft batter as Wagner hit
ting hs pellet. It ia always best to
make . them take si chance with the
stick. And It is ft pretty, true saying
that ft walk is aa good as ft bit., .-v.
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There are three former St. Loi ls Na
tionals oa the Oakland team of the Pa
cific Coast league this year. They are
Quinland and Zacher, outfielders and
Alexander, catcher. -, v V
The New York Giants appear to be
the only one of the major league eluls
that has found it easy winning spring
games. Manager McCraw appears to
have his team in championship form. '
Pitchers Walsh and Bussell of the
Chicago Americans have keen playing
in the outflold considerable this spring.
Both are hard hitters and will probably
get regular outfield positions when they
get through as pitchers. . .
lend Wheelmen 'a Club on April II,
Tom Nickolft won a ten-round decision
over Johnny Soudenberg. Nickola won
all the way, and there waa no question
about the verdict.; A large crowd was
in ' attendance, many Olympie Club
members t sing in evidence to lend
their support to McAllister. ' .-
Kid xposito and rranx Home step
ped four rounds to ft draw. It was a
interesting bout, full of action, ftud
was fairl r even at the finish. .
Willie Fitxsimmons was too fast ant
clever for Mickey Hogun, and easily
annexed a four-round decision. '
; DIJ;Cbllis Browne
Acts like Ciuu-m in
DIARRHOEA, and i.
.ths onh ftpasifls in
CHOLERA .n V
Tha mniy falllsitlve In KtURALQIA, OOUT, BtHBUMATiftM.
Co-Jims nl MeSlaal nuinwf assowwiniw asas soma. , , --
p'cfc H b.ud. 11 1, 40.
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American, National and Federal
. Teami Cavort on Diamonds
to Delight of Fans.
FITTSBTJRnU. May 4.-(Asso-
cisted ITeas by Federal Wireless)
Pittsburgh continues to lead
the ' National League,' and were
easy -winners aver the Beds here
yesterday afternoon. Score Pitts-
burgh 3, Cincinnati 1. v ; ' ,
At Chicago, O'Day'a men won
from the Cardinals. Score Chi-
eago 6, St Louis 1. . ; '"'
American League. .
DETROIT. Mav 4. ( Assolated
Press by Federal Wireless) Cieve-
land fought bard for yesterday's
game with the Tiger, bnt Jen-
nings' men proved too fast for
them. Score Detroit 8, Cleve
land 3. ' :...
At St. Louis,' Comlskey'a men
defeated the Browns, , Scors-Chl-csgo
4, St. Louis 3.
CHICAOO. May 4. (Assodateil
Press by Federal' Wireless) Joe
Tinker's Chi fed a had little troubli
defeating Pittsburgh yesterday af-
ternoon. Score Chicago 10, litts-
iurgh 3. . ' r . ' ,
Following Were the results ' of
other cames: -At Indiananot'a
r Buffalo I, Indianapolis 0. At Kan-
sai City Baltimore 0, ., Kansas
City 1.- . '."'
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CUMMIN G3 RESIGNS AS
: MANAGES OF MAUI TEAM
Qeorge dimming, - who ' for many
years' waa connected with the Maui
Athletic Association as manager of the
baseball team, has resigned ia favor
of W. 8. Chillingworlh.
With tha retirement of Cummings
from the team, Maui loses one of the
old standbys of the club, and his ab
sence from the lineup Will be ' keenly
missed, particularly his eoaching.
' MeGraw thinks that Fritx Malsel of
the Chancemen is -a coming star, and
now that Shafer is gone would like, to
be directing his aseension.
Eemainj , in . Hiding Since-, Lait
s September Applies for Job ;
'- on Police' Force, ,;'
Under the, alias of William B. O'Con
sell, ft deserter from .Battery E, First
Field Artillery, j whose true name is
believed to be Charles Howard, was
arrested yesterdsyjjj Offieer An lersm
at Aalft Hark. ' ) .; v
Alter severe cross-examination at
the police . station by Sergant : Fred
Iaukea, and after a search of some of
his personal effects, Howard finally ad
mitted that he deserted from the Army
last September and' had been living ia
Honolulu and on Maui under vancna
aliases. At ons' time he was known
here as C. Maeklini i
That the man thought his identity
wss completely - hiddeu and that tn
military authorities had forgotten about
him is evidenced by the tact that yes
terday morning Howard, under the
name of C Macklia,' filed an aptl ev
tion with the police department to t3k
a civil service examination Tor a p:a
tion oft tho local force. He will be
turned over to'tue military authorities
lor investigation today. ,
Officer Anderson received many con
gratulatioos around police headquarters
yesterday over his clever tit of detect
ive work, ftnd incidentally for the fact
that na win receive ft nrty-Uollar re
ward that the Army, offers for the t ip
ture of deserters. .
' K- Inane was taken : to tha
Queen's Hospital yesterday after-
noon, by Officer William Ayau euf-
fering with a severe scalp wound.
According to the officer, Inane 's
-daughter had been imbibing free-'
ly of the flowing bowl at their
'home in Upper Kalihi Valley yes-
terday . and - becoming suddenly
angered, threw ft heavy wine glass
at her father, which caused him
to be sent to the hospital. When
Inane' had been, attended to - he
said that he did cot eare to havo,
his daughter arrested as he
thought that jb4 threw the glass
at(him in a tpirit of playfulness.
and ONLY GENUT E.
I . Checks and Arrests ,
j FEVER. CROUP, AGUE.
Tha Cezt Hsmedj hwa W '
' ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, j.
I KAla Mnuf..a.ura. .
1 ) T. Davsot, Lut, UuJao, 8 B.
m . .e
r w . attf - W
mi i si
Captain Easton Declares That All
. Of Command Would Be Will- ,
lag to Serve. -' '.' -.
(Mail Special to The Advertiser) '
H1IJ, April 30. The news of war
In Mexico and probabje. mobilization
of tha National Guard found the Hilo
company ready for business, and some
of them anxious to go. ' As a matter
of fact the members have to go wheth
er they want to go or not, unless feble
to get ft discharge ' or furnish some
reason satisfactory to the military
authorities for not going. "I do not
think there, areany..ln the eompftnV
who will- not wsat to
go,' said Cap-
tain J.. I). Ksston, "Hut the fo
of oath on enlistment la such that if
called for, every able-bodied man will
have to goj.' ' -
Here Is the oath in Question: "I do
hereby acknowledge to have volun
tarily enlisted (or re-enlisted), as a
soldier in the Natioual Guard of Ha
waii, for the period of three years nn
less sooner discharged by proper auth
ority) and do also agree to accept from
the United States and from tha Terri
tory of Hawaii, such bounty, pay,
rations and clothing as are or may be
established by law.
I do solemnly swear or affirmt that
ill support the Government o'f the
Territory of Hawaii and defend the
laws, and that 1 will bear true faith
ftnd allegiance to the United Htatea of
America; and , that 1 will serve them
honestly and faithfully against all their
enemies whomsoever; and that 1 will
obey the orders of the President of the
United 8tate,the Government of the
Territory of Hawaii, and the orders of
the officers appointed over me, accord
ing to the rules, regulations and law
governing the militia of the Territory
of Hawaii, and the rules and articles
of war governing the Army of - the
The members of the company aret J.
D. Easton, captain; II. 11. Morehead,
first lieutenant: J. ft. Caceres, second
lieutenant; I).. Bexton, surgeon, with
rank of catain; Sergeants George L.
Desha, It. K. Brown, C. B, Makanui,
M.' Machado, George Ahln, I Kekoa;
Corporate, E. Karooku, R. ' Kekoa, A.
Knmalaa, John Fernera, Joe (Sylvester,
Wing En Kong; Musicians V. Keyes,
D. Kojasj Privates Ahma Aona, A.
Akaoka, A. Bailentino, D. Batong, M.
P.: Bennivides, E. J. Brown, Jr, Win.
Brown, D. Carter George Carter, E.
Kabaot, Chin Chim, Tom Choy, Akana
Chong, A.. He.-swell. I Kspahua L.
Kapela J. Kekela, T. Kekal, C. Kilson,
O. Kepoo, D. Kakalia, U Kaaha, U
Kwan, P, Larivite, S. Leialoha, E. A.
May, Jr., J. Mahaula, A. Mattoa, M.
Mouia, H. Nakapuahl, W.- Kaope, A.
Pivft L. Peter, Jos. Enpoza, John Ba
pozaj 3. Rolden, 1'rank ftoares, A. 8ini
nlicio, H.' Tavares, John C1, Todd, Gea
Tucker, Charles Vannatta, J, Victor,
P. Tioldecanos, E. C. Wilfong, Todng
8ai, Alfred Tavares.
' Kahului was the scene of ghastly
murder Wednesday ; : afternoon,' the
green-eyed monster supposed to have
been the.' cause ot . the . horrible deed,
says the Maui Times. The woman In
the ease ia one Mrs. .Kobota, whose
husband left her ftnd went to Honolulu
about year ago, taking with l'.i his
oldest child, ft girl, leaving the three
younger ones with the mother, who he
discovered had transferred . her affec
tions from her husband to ft lover, one
Hato, formerly employed In the store
of J. Onishi., ,''
Yesterday afternoon the unfaithful
wife intended to embark for Honolulu
to. ioia her husband. . Sato found it
out and went to ber house . to persuade
her from going, and when aha insistsd
he became enraged, - took a cane knife
and struck her across the neck with H,
almost severing the head ', front the
body. Not satisfied with that he
slashed her again and again: ia bis
blind fury... Her arms and hands suf
fered the most, ftnd one blow severed
one of the fingers. . The murderer was
arrested ftnd taken to the Kahului Jail.
The police officer went back ; to see
how. the woman fared, and on his re
turn be fouud that hia prisoner had
hanged himself with strips torn from
a blanket. The woman lingered until
after midnight,-'.. . ;. .
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Purine ft fire that broke out at an
early hour yesterday morning In
cottage 1 at ' LUiha and ' Vineyard
streets, Solomon Keawe was burned
about the head and upper portions of
his body. The bouse, which Is owns I
by Frederick Johnson, waa ' rented to
B. Matsu, who in turn sublet ft portion
of it to Keawe. The fire had gained
considerable headway before it was
discovered and had it not been . for
neighbors who found Keawe asleep he
probably . would have lost hia life , 1"
the . flames, .The .fire department .re
sponded quijcKlv io. a telephone, call t4t
owing to the start that the flames bad
made the building waa totally aes
troyed. None of tha adjoining build
ings were burned, however, which re
flects much credit on the fire depat
me nt becauae of the eonffested condi
tion of the district' in which" the
burned building was located. i
, Harbor Officer Carter returned ; from
Kauai yesterday morning with three al
leged deserters from the United Btates
Army- in custody George Hummel,
Charles Tiesler ftnd Frank MoTnier.
Carter hail received information that
the men were on the Garden Island and
mado ft quiet trip there last Wednesday
to Investigste. The three men - were
found working on one of the Kauai
plantations. .. i '";
Carter received many congratulations
around police headquarters yesterday
over bis capture owing to the fact that
he will receive fifty dollars for the cap
ture of each of the deserters from the
Barken tine Spring Leak and
. Crew la Unable to Keep Hold
Clear of Water. ' '
V' (From Monday; Advertiser.) t ,
Leaking badly through) sesms in Its
hull that were sprung during stormy
weather It encountered in the Houth
Sea, the American bsrkentlne S. N.
Castle appeared off port yesterday jnst
before noon flying sigoals of , distress
and .was towed into the harbor.. Only
a few days ago tha vessel passed the
Islands bound for San Francisco,' its
captain, J. II. von Dahlern, hoping that,
although tha ship waa leaking then,
he would be able to reach hia destina
tion. But, in spite of the heroic work
of the men at . the pumps, they could
no more than keep pace with the In
rush of water and the master of the
ship decided to turn back and steer for
Honolulu. ' When be arrived the mem
bers of his crew of ten were nearly
exhausted as ft result , of their efforts
to keep, the hold; clear of water. .On
its arrival the barkentlne waa tied up
at the (Quarantine wharf to undergo
fumigation before it could go on the
ways for repairs. V
Captain von Dablera attributes the
leak to tho nature of the cargo carried
by the vessel, which, being phosphates,
Is ft deadweight and will not yield with
the lurching of the hall in a heavy sea.
The .captain -last night cabled to
George A. Moore ft Co. of Ban Fran
cisco,' owners at the CaitU, asking for
instructions as to what should be done
la the way of repairs to the ship.
The Castle left Tahiti thirty-sis days
ago with OS3. tons of phosphates eon
signed to 'Coast shippers. - It was for
merly engaged in the sugar carrying
trade between Hawaii and Baa Fran
cisco and la well known to men oil
Probable That, Tribunal May Also
Take Action On Thielen
McCara Charges. ' - .
.''' (Front Monday Advertiser.) .1
, At ten. o 'clock this morning the su
preme court wilj open its May sessiod.
There are two motions to be beard and
nine on appeal and otherwise for argu
ment and submission during the month,
provided the court finds time to attend
to all of these matters during May.
While the- judges lof the supreme
court made so announcement or com
ment on Friday afternoon, when the
conrt was adjourned until this morning,
ths tribunal may. today take, some ac
tion on the NThilen-McCarn' charges ia
connection with the' recently filed mo
tion try Air, Aid am praying that At
torney-General Ingram M. btainback'a
report be stricken from tha records ot
tha court. - The calendar for the May
session is aa follows: ; -.'. .
." ,v.' .ttotlon.'
Ia the matter of the impeachment of
John A. Kealoha, member -of the
board. of supervisors of the County of
Hawaii. Territory of -Hawaii. . Motion
by respondent to strike from the files
the charges and articles of impeach
ment. ' C. H. McBride'for the motion;
attorney general- ftnd K, W. Breckons,
contra.- -.-,.'" " K '
Clinton ' IV Eipley, et al.S. Kspio-
Iani Estate-, Ltd. Taxation Of defend
ant 'ft bill of costs. '. Thompson, Wilder,
Milvertoft Lymer for plaintiff; u. w,
Ashford for defendant. ' Bet for Mon
day My .'-- i ." ' , ;'w-;:- ,
l 1 . 1 . ' eftftv
la the' matter of tha Impeachment of
John ' A. - Kealoha, ft meiqber of the
board of supervisors of the County ot
Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii, original.
Attorney general ftnd B. W. Breckons
for petitioners; C. H. McBride for re
spondent. , . 'i . .;. ': ; ;
John Mftcaulay vs. Dr. F.'Schurmann,
t al. Error to. circuit court, first cir
cuit. Holmes. Stanley A Oltoa for plain
tiff-appellee) J. , Lightfoot for Dr. ' F,
Wlter E. Wall va. Herman Focke.
Exceutions from circuit ourt, first elr-
mi I, .n.n.niii. Willi.. Milvartnn A
Lymes. for plaintiff-appellant; Holmes,
Stanley Olson for defendant-appellee.
Abbie Harrison vs, L. L. MeCandlesa.
Exceptions from circuit eourt, first cir
cuit. C. W, Ashford for plaintiff appcl
lee; P. L. Weaver for defendant-appellant.
Bet for Wednesday, May S.
. Lpe Lun vs." William Henry. '. Excep
tions from circuit court, first circuit. A
8. Humphreys for plaintiff-appellant;
Lorrm ' Andrews for defendant, appcl
lee. . -v .' ' : '.'.- '' .
, Nettle L. Scott vs. E. N. Pilipo, et
aL Appeal -from circuit judge, first
circuit., E. K. Aiu and N. W. Aluli
for defendants-appellants.. , ;
Fugits vs. W. Motoablge, et al. Ap
peal from, district magistrate of Wai
luku. E. Murphy for defendants appel
leea, - x .. : n
Joseph Palko, et al vs.- Libert - Hu
bert Boeynaema, , .Bishop of Zeugma
Original submission upon agreed state
ment offsets. '.J. Llubtfoot for1' plain
tiffs; A. D. Lftrnach. and A, Perry for
aerenaant., ,., . ', . .,- ., .
. J. J. Byrne vs. Daniel Kaleikl.' et al.
Apeal from district magistrate of Ho
nolulu. , Thompson, , Wilder, Mil verton
A Lymer for plaintiff appellee; Smith,
Warren, Hemenway k Button for ths
I.-I. S..N. Co., garnishee-appellan. '
. Mon Winston, ft seven-year-old lad,
while trying ...to extract . gunpowder
from ft Diauk cartridge,' had bis hands
anil lace badly burned' by the explos
ion which resulted. ' He - was ' taken
from, hia home is Do w sett Lane to the
Queen's Hospital where his injuries
were attended to.
A GOOD BULB FOB THE HOME.
, Make it a. rule of your home to al
ways keep' on hand ft bottle of (hara
berlaia's Col e, Cholera ftnd Diarrhoea
Remedy as ii Safeguard against bowel
complaints. It always cures promptly
and no household is safe Without it.
For sale by at) dealers, Benson, Bmith
Co., agents for UtwalL
We help ourselves by helping cthe s.
This nrincinle la u
. 'j . -.
ognixed -by successful business men.
- id iniirue me sou not only Den'sts
the grower but every business interest.
All worthy movements for titarinr
agricultural conditions sre generally
welcome. . . : ..
Let us Co-operate. '
PaclHo Guario I Fertilizer Co
. Honolulu and Hilo, Hawaii :
. : SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. .) -vr
"EMPRESS. LINTS OF. STEAMERS'
FROM QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL .
;' ' i th
CANADIAN PACIFIC BAILWAT
th Famous Tourist Routs of the World
v . Ia eon aestioa with thft : ' ' "
Canadian-Australasian Royal Mail Lius
For tieketa and gsnsrsl lnformhtloa '
apply to f .. , .
THEO. H. DAYIES&CO.; LTD
Oeseral Agents'. r
Canadian Pacifle Rly. Co. . ,
Castlo tc Cooke Co., Ltd
: Honolulu T. H. ?: ' ;
v Cooiiiissloa Hertols.; :'
Ewft Plantation Co. V
WaUlua Agricnltftral Oe4 LU.
Apokaa 8ugar Co., Ltd. .
Fnltoa Iroa Works of St, Loola
Blake Steam Pumps.
Bahcoek Wileo iBollera. ,'
Green ' Fuel Eeonomiaer.
Marsh Steam Pumps. -Matsoa
Planters ' Line Shlppiag Oa.
Kohala Sugar Co. '.
Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of ths .
Territory of Hawaii.
PAXD-TJP CAPITAL, i . . ,V.f 600 000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS . . , . 157.692.M ;
.';. '. OFFICERS, . ,,i -...'.
c! H. Cooke. ...,y.v., .,, . ,. .President
E. D. Teuney .,.VU-e-Pridt
F. B. Damon.., Cashier
Q. Q. Fuller........, Assistant Cas-isr
B. MeCorriston . .'. . ..Assistant Cashlor.
DIRECTOHSi - C. H.' Cooke, B. D.
Tenney, A. Lewis, Jr., E,. F. Bishop,
F. W. Macfarlone, J. A. MeCandlesa,
C H. Atherton, Geo, F. Carter, F. B.
Damon, F. C. Atherton, B A. Cooke.
' COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS ,
. ; .DEPARTMENTS. ,-..;'.'.'':
Strict attention given to all tranches
of Backing. - i - , , .
JUDD BLDO, FORT ST. , : ' '
SUGAR FACTORS, SHIPPTNO AND ;
. COMMISSION MERCHANTS .-:'.;
JUSi3UJUa.JMWa ikiwi i.
Ewft Plantauon Company,' V'. , :
. Waialua Agricultural Co.,, I.td., v .; .
' Apokaa 8ugar Co., Ltdv : "''-'
aVOuaiK uja vwuiyajr -
WfthUwft Water Compftny, Ltd. h
SHBSaaMSW i ' ' i
Fnlton Iron Worxs of St. LouU,
wKi.nir & Wllrnv flnmnanv. , '
nnam -iiai onnniiitr uomuaiiT
. Chaa. O. Moor 0o Engineers. . '
Mitinn Vavlsratlon Onmnanv
Toyo BUsen Kalshft ,
hnsTKFsn r-ipna '. v '.
HONOLULU PION WORKS CO.Mft
hinery of every description mads to
ordsr. i " , - '. '
-. , ':...-. .. , : Kirt. v
On the inlght of April 22 last tho v
postofilce at Kukuihale, Hamakua, Ha-' '
waii,' was rifled ftud property of small ;
value carried away, according .to infor
mation received yesterday by, Marshal
Harry H. Holt from Deputy Sheriff -
William J. Richard of Hapiakuft.
. Three ; Filipinos, named Uregorio, ',;
Loreaco and Pasio, have been arrested
by I)eputy Sheriff Riukard and, accord- '
Ihm . V. i a Hi . 1 1 U 1 III U V liaVA .All fa. Ul. I
to complicity in toe postomi-e tiurgiary.
Uregorio is supposed to be the same ..
mau who some time ago burglariaed
the postottiie at liana, Maui. - Deputy
United Btates Marshal David K. Bher-
i i . . . . . i . . i . . .
wood wit yesterday uy ids steamer'
Mauna Kea for Hilo with ft warrant Y
for the trip. ' He will return to Hono
lulu with the three Filipinos by the .
Tuesday morning stewner from Hilo. ...