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Electric lighted, Bullet, Li
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cd on train.
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The Fleet
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How to raise monoy is the other. Let
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diamonds, watches, Jewelry, old gold
and sliver.
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Perhaps It was because tho evening
papers aro not in the habit of getting
out on Sunday that their oasebail
teams at the big league park yester
day afternoon . were overcome by 'the
ballistic printers of the morning press
ami Ed. Towse'-s prlntory, but big
scores for the victors and a bunch ot
errors for the victims made the games
none the less interesting.
That tho truth may not suffer the
fact should be proclaimed that there
was more enthusiasm to the square
inch per occupied seating capacity at
yesterday's contests than is ordinarily
the case at a ball game.
The Initial games of the newspaper
series, Stars vs. Advertisers and Bul
letins vs. Mercantile Printers, were
pulled off lu great shape though not in
any particular form. There is a dif
ference. Lots of players showed shape
who have not yet acquired form.
Moore, who started to pitch for the
Bulletins, for example excited envy on
account of his lovely calves. b?t ho
hadn't form enough as a player to put
the ball over the plate and Albright
was put in his place, the latter having
more form than shape.
"How do you feel?" was asked of
Albright, after he had demonstrated
the fact that he can pitch when in
"All bright," said Albright.
One thing was clearly indicated by
Sunday's line up: There is sufficient
good material to be gathered from
among the boys of the four teams on
the ground yesterday io- make a rat'
tllng fine printers' aggregation to go
up against the big league or any other
bunch of ball sports in this Territory
There will doubtless be numerous
changes in the losing teams before
they play again, changes for the bet
ter, but there should be no regrets
over any mistakes made yesterday
when it is remembered that they were
the opening games and necessarily not
"finished" or full of perfection.
Brewster for the Stars on first muf
fed a few, but he also glued on to sev
eral Which he might have been excus
ed for letting pass and he swatted one
to center, when he went to bat, that
covered a multitude of sins.
Conness pitched a good gamelAr the
Twlnklers and was sharp and effec
tive in action, also making good on
first when his catapult stiffened and
J. Walter Brewster relieved him in the
box for a few slings.
But two errors were made by the Tl
ser team who walloped the Holy Lights
to the psalm of 17 to 3, while the fallen
Stars counted 1G blunders and made
four hits to nine of tne P. C. Ads. Tho
E. B.'s errored 14 times and notched
three hits, so it was a toss-up between
the evening papers a3 to which was
the more delinqufcnt. . The Mercantiles
butchered the Bulletins, the operation
resulting in lb to 3 runs for the Mer
chants who scored nine hits and made
is many errors.
There were several hundred lovers
of tho great game in the park to be en
tertained and they got their money's
worth and then several.
The Territorial band under tho in
spiration of Professor Berger was sta
tioned in the grandstand and fed with
peanuts and tan-san. They started the
sensations of the afternoon with stir
ring strains and occasionally threw in
a couple of bars between innings.
Secretary of the Territory Mott-
Smith in civil clothes sprang to the
box and, at the signal bell, ground the
capsule into his right vest pocket and
let It fly with a tobasco curve not
more than a yard above the head of
the honorary batter, Manager Hen-
shall of The Star, who was also" civil
Iy dressed.
After that the deluge. 1
The Stars were first to the hickory
and for several minutes it was doubt
ful as to what the result would be and
then it was uncertain how many runs
the Advertiser would make; and then
there was anxiety on the part of Of
ficial Scorer and Legal Adviser Bob
Breckons, ably assisted by his little
daughter who helped papa count the
TIser runs.
Tho braves In gray and the gallants
in blue wont at it much as a couple ot
wrestlers, but the wonderful brain de
velopment of the Star team did nt
servo them in that particular game
against the "mere" muscle of the Ad
vertiser boys. Here was a crying in
stance where great mental attainment
was overcome by physique. With the
Bulletins and tho Merchants, of course,
It was different. That was a case of art
versus beauty, and art won.
Watch for the game between tne
Stars and the Bulletins. Tho team
that makes most hits gets all tho tan-
san booze, being used to soft drinks.
Thero are good men in each team
and the game to come will naturally
exceed in careful playing the games of
yesterday. Some were soft, not having
played for years, whilo all needed
Sam Chlllingworth and George Bruns
make good umpires, although the au-
dlenco a few times wanted to kill
them, both ways. Sam handled the
first fight and George the second,
Following were tho ilnes-up and
scores by innings:
Advertiser: Perelra, behind the bat;
Paul of the same name, on first; Ku
pati, second; Achiu, on third; McCor
rlston, at short; Pomroy, in left; Bisho
in ceifter; Correa, in the box, and Pi
mento in right.
Stars: Young, on second; Bisho, be
hind tho battery; Nasclmento, In right;
Medelros, in center; Desha, at short;
Miranda, third; Gomes, left.
Bulletin: Pinto, 2b; Kamai, If; Nas
clmento, c; Albright, ss-p; J. Young,
If; Alameida, cf; Jordan, lb; Cameron,
If; Moore, p-2b.
Mercantile: Gomes, 3b; Aguiar, 2b;
A. Toon, c; Willing, p; Miguel, rf;
Miguel, rf; Scott, lb; Aylett, If; Alves,
s; Richards, cf.
Star 1 0002000 03
Advertiser 4 0O412C0 17
Bulletin 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 13
Mercantile 0 8022112 1G
Hot, sizzling ball was the sport Sat
urday afternoon at the league grounds
where the Punahous won from tho
Kamehamchas, two to one and the
Diamond Heads froze out tho St. Louis
boys, three to nothing.
The latter game started with errors,
but straightened out remarkably well
and had it been played all through as
It continued after the first inning the
score would have been nothing to
nothing at the cud of the ninth and
the game would have been called for
Tho Kams made their one run in
the lucky seventh, the Puns winning
the game the first rattle.
Both games were scorchers and the
crowd was well served.
Mackenzie, If .. .. 4 0 1 1 0 0 0
Lemon, cf 3 0 0 0 1 0 0
Miller, 3b 2 0 0 1 1 2 0
Fern, rf 3 0 0 1 1 0 0
Naiole, ss 4 0 0 1 0 2 0
Kuhlna, lb 4 0 0 0 13 0 0
Reuter, p , 4 0 0 0 1 1 1
Hamauku, c ' 3 1 1,0 7 2 1
Kama, 2b 3 0 0 0 0 5 0
30 1 2
4 24 12 2
W. Desha, If.... 3 1 1 1 0 0 0
Henderson, 3b... 3 0 0 0 1 2 0
Lyman, c 3 1 1 0 7 0 0
J. Desha, ss 4 0 1 1 0 2 0
Hampton, p 3 0 0 3 3 5 0
Warren, rf 4 0 0 0 1 0 u
Kia, cf 3 0 1 0 3 0 0
Hoogs, 2b 2 0 0 0 0 2 0
McCorriston, lb.. 3 0 0 0 12 0 1
Totals 28 2 4 5 27 11 1
Runs 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
B. H 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 02
Runs 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
B. II 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4
Two-base hit W. Desha. i
Wild pitch Reuter.
Bases on balls Off Reuter, 2; Hamp
ton, 5.
Sacrifice hits Kamehameha, 2; Pu
nahou, 1.
Struck out By Reuter. 8; by Hamp
ton, 7.
Olmos, If 3 12 0 10 1
E. Fernandez, lb. 4 1 2 1 11 0 1
Louis, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
S. Davis, c; 4 1 0 0 G I 0
Evers, ss..'. 3 0 1 0 4 3 0
W. Chillingworth,
p 3 0 0 0 0 C 1
Costello, 2b 4 0 1 0 1 2 0
S. Chillingworth,
3b 3 0 0 0 0 3 1
J. Fernandes, cf . . 3 0 0 0 1 0 0
Totals 31 3 0 1 27 14 4
Ensue, If G 0 1 0 0 0 0
A. Williams, ss.. 4 0 0 0 1 0 2
Bushnell, p 4 0 0 0 0 5 1
Joy, 'lb 4 0 1 0 14 0 0
J. Williams, 3b.. 4 0 1 0 3 3 0
Aylett, c.f 1 0 1 0 3 0 0
G. Bruns, 2b..... 4 0 0 0 2 4 'l
Arcia, rf 3 0 0 0 1 0 1
Soares, c 4 0 1 0 3 2 0
Totals 33 0 5 0 27 14 5
Runs 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 03
B. II 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 li
12 3 4 6 0 7 8 !)
Runs 0 0000000 00
B. II 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 25
Bases on, balls Off Bushneii, 1; W
Chillingworth, 1.
Sacrifice hits Diamond Heads, 3; St.
Louis, 1.
Passed ball Davis.
Struck out Bushnell 1; W. Chilling,
worth, 5.
Double play J. Williams-Joy.
Two best games of baseball were
played yesterday atternoon in the Rlv,
ersido League at Aala Park, the Chi
nese Athletic Club and tho Palamas
winning the games.
The gamb between the Alohas rfnd
tho Athletics lasted twelvo Innings, tho
latter winning by the close score ot 2-1.
Tho Palamas took the Japs Into camp
by tho one-sided score of 9-3.
Tho score by innings follows:
C. A. C.
12345C7891011 12
Runs . ...0 00010000 0 0 12
B. H 1 00020101 1 1 1 t!
' 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Runs . ...0 00000100 0 0 01
B. H 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 07
1 ! J U 6 I 4 !)
Runs 0 0140220 0 0
B. H 1 0 2 2 1 1 2 0 01)
Runs 0 0000120 03
B. H 0 1 0 0 2 1 3 0 07
Tho Kallhl A. C. will meet tomorrow
night at the regular time.
Tho Berctanla Tennis Club's invita
tion tennis tournament starts on Wed
nesday afternoon.
The Hawaii will probably be towed
down to Pearl Harbor some day this
week, and kept there until it is decid
ed whether there will be any race for
the cup. -
Just as soon as the cable arrives
stating that there will bo a race, the
Hawaii will be sailed up here and giv
en a dry-docking and made ready for
the trip up.
Captain Harris, who was to have
gone as navigator, in the event of Lyle
going as sailing master, will probably
be given the sole command of the
jacht. The crew will also be changed,
as tho committee are not anxious to
have any yachtsmen who are likely to
be below the best part of the trip. The
prospects for a race look very bright
at present, and the odds are in favor
of a race being called within thirty
The Helene, Captain Fred Whitney,
made her first cruise of 1908 yester
day with a party of the owner's friends
as the crew. She looked very spick
and span as she sailed out of trSr har
bor about ten o'clock.
Sonny Cunha and C. G. Bockaa jour
neyed down to Ewa yesterday to play
doubles with McKeever and Greenfield,
the crack tennis players of Ewa, aim
the Honolulu pair won by the score
of G-3, C-2, 6-2, and S-G.
The baseball team from the U. S. S.
Iroquois defeated the team from the
Quarantine Station yesterday afternoon
on the Quarantine Island grounds by
the score of,18-S.
The Starlights and the Pacifies took
the honors yesterday in the Seaside
League games played at the Oil tank
grounds. The Starlights defeated the
Sweet Violets by the score of 19-14, and
the Pacifies the Star Lines to the tune
of 21-14.
The Kams and the High Schools will
play this afternoon on the Kam
grounds in their second game in the
Interscholastic League..
The Reliance and the Twilights took
the honors yesterday afternoon hi the
Kapiolani League games played at the
Park. The Reliances won from the
Tidal Waves by the score of 17-7, and
the Twilights defeatea the Highlands
by the score of 17-15.
Duke Spencer Jr. defeated Shamrock
Saturday afternoon at Kapiolani' iark
in a three-eighths of a mile race by a
length and a half, doing the race in 39
seconds. Young Lewis was up on
Shamrock andOpIopio was on the win
ner. S
The Chinese Alohas met last night
at seven-thirty to decide some impor
tant business.
' &
W. Tian Chong has resigned as sec
retary of the Chinese Alohas.
The captain's team of the Honolulu
Cricket Club defeated the vice captain's
team Saturday afternoon on MaklKI
field by 5G runs.
Bockus and Warren will play in tho
finals for the Wall Cup on the Bere
tanla Club Courts tomorrow afternoon.
W. Woou and J. Cullen Jr. defeated
O. Swain and C. E. Edmunds yesterday
in the loursomo golf tournament on
the Moanalua- course, by 3 up and
to play. After the foursome tourna
ment was over, the players took part
in a medal piay tournament for round
trip tickets to Halelwa next Sunday.
Tho successful ones were Wilder, O.
White, Gaines and Austin White.
& r
Tho record for eighteen holes on the
Country Club links has again been
broken by Harold Giffard, who did tho
course lu 71 yesterday. His score out
was 35, aud in 3G. Alex McLaren, pro
fessional of the club, John Evans and
E. J. Campbell were with him and at
tested to his score. A few weeks ago
Giffard made the course in 73.
Tho other day on tho Country Club
course McLaren and Campbell beat
Giffard and Evans, 3 up and 2 to play
In 54 holes.
Tho match of 108 holes between Mc
Laren, Giffard and White will not be
played until McLaren gets his now
clubs from Scotland which have been
ordered. '
Sends a Man to San Francisco lo Get
Points on Celebration.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 21. With
lottei-3 to Mayor Taylor and James D.
Phelan, chairman of the fleet commit
tee, A. P. Taylor, chief of detectives of
Honolulu, has arrived here to get
pointers for a celebration that will tako
place in the Hawaiian Islands during
the week's stay of tho battleships thero
ou their way around the world.
Taylor says that the patriotic isl
anders are preparing to make the osca-
slon the gala event of their history.
Automobile rides, sight seeing trips to
points of interest about the islands,
dinners, receptions; dances and enter
tainments of all sorts have been ar
ranged by a committee of sixty citi
zens. "Fleet week," said Taylor, "on the
islands will be a continuous scries of
holidays and festivities. The Hawali-
ans are anxious to give tho Jackles the
time of their lives."
Taylor will return to Hawaii on the
transport Sheridan on May 6.
WASHINGTON, May 1. The house
Bpent all of today's session in consid
ering and passing, paragraph by para
graph, under suspension of the rules,
the sundry civil appropriation bill. As
the outcome of determined effort to
strike from the bill a restriction pro
hibiting the employment of secret ser
vice employes in any detective wof
other than the guarding of the presi
dent and the running down of coun
terfeiters, which effort was vigorously
opposed by members of the appropria
tions committee, the limitation was
agreed to and the paragraph adopted
In substantially its original form.
Mr. S. G. Mathers, publisher of
Chronicle, Normantown, Queensland,
says: "Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy completely
cured me of chronic dysentery from
which I had suffered for years. I feel
confident that this remedy also saved
the life of my infant daughter, who
when teething was severely attached
with diarrhoea and was given up by
the doctors." For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents for Ha
EVANSTON, III., April 13. VThat is
tho real high brow city of the United
There are only 22,500 people in livan
ston, but 79 of these are mentioned in
"Who's Who." In proportion to pop-
lation this has nearly every place beat
except New York and Washington.
The list includes engineers, railway
officials, chemists, editors, cartoonists,
authors and theologians.
Evanston is a dry town. The corner
cops here wear white gloves and' sa
lute the ladies as they pass.
The Hawaiian Star's special fleet edition will be issued simultaneously In San Francisco and Honolulu, on
the lines of the plan whereby the London Dally Mail issues simultaneous editions, in London and Manchester,
and the New York Journal and San Francisco Examiner frequently issue at the same hour papers In many
respects Identical, though the width of a continent apart from one another.
The existence of a cable line between here and San Francisco makes such an enterprise possible. It will
be the first time such a journalistic feat was ever attempted In the Pacific. It will give the Hawaiian Islands
one of the greatest advertisements they ever had, for the publication will arouse comment all over the Unit
ed States and Europe. ,
To Honolulu advertisers this edition offers the best opportunity ever given, without exception.
TWENTY THOUSAND officers and men of the fleet will be reading and referring to this paper all the
eight or nine days of their trip here.
They will get the paper Just when they are looking for Information about Hawaii, when they are leav
ing San Francisco with Hawaii as their next stopping place. They will look it over every day, 'for Informa
tion about Hawaii.
More than three quarters of the officers and men have never been here, and they will be deeply interested
In a Honolulu newspaper.
Prominent business men of the Territory in commenting upon the plan above outlined have expressed the opin
ion that the fleet edition of The Star, Issued in this way, will be one of the greatest bits of Promotion work
ever done here.
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thence on this superb "Limited" through Salt Lake City and Omaha.
Only 3 days Los Angeles to Chicago with beautiful scenery to view. Just remember to
Ask For Tickets via Salt Lake Route
Experience of a Westerner
On tho Islnnd of
The Machine Saved From Quicksands
By the Friendly
The Denver, Col., Motor Field has
the following story from Honolulu:
"Surf riding in a motor car was re
cently inaugurated at Honolulu by Nel
son S. Riley, a Western enthusiast,
driving a Studebaker car. There was
plenty of excitement for all concern
ed, but It Is unlikely that the sport
will ever prove popular among the de
votees of the motor way. The event
occurred at Hauula beach, which is
considered an impassable barrier to
motorists of Oahu. Riley, with a num
ber of friends, was touring the beach,
when he noticed that a preceding car
had ventured out toward the water in
preference to hugging the thin strip of
"Without stopping to think that the
other car was smaller and lighter than
his own, Riley turned the car into tho
water and turned on full power. Then
things' began to happen. For an in
stant car and sea engaged in a desper
ate encounter for supremacy. The
flying wheels whirled tho water into
3pray, and for an instant it seemed as
if the car would triumph. But the sea
had an able ally that came to its as
sistance with a rush. The car became
stuck in tho treacherous sand and
stopped. Then it commenced to sink
and went down to the hubs in the
quicksand. The tide also commenced
to come in, ana it seemed as if the ma
chine must be abandoned to its fate.
"By this time a large crowd of grin
ning natives had collected. Ropes were
fastened to the car, which by this time
was nearly engulfed. After many
anxious minutes and much hard work,
the machine was snatched from the
roaring jaws of the angry waves. A
careful examination disclosed that the
machine was not damaged, although
it was partly filled with sand. The
car was brought back to Honolulu in
good shape, considering the mishap
through which it passed. Riley is well'
known in California and Colorado by
reason of the records he has made with
his car."
STOCKHOLM, May 1. M. Wach
melster, consul general at Cairo, has
been appointed Swedish minister to
the United States, in succession to
Herman de Lagercrantz.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
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'tis -truly
East will be much more enjoyable
ni ""n ii '' "
LOS ANGELES, Cal., April 25,
This town went almost without
sleep Thursday night so as to 6o
up early yesterday morning for
the last day of the fleet'B stay
in the neighboring ports.
Crowds upon crowds swamped
trolley lines all day. Every
kind of boat that could be im
pressed into service was used to
tako out those who had been
unable to get to the ships be
fore. The biggest thing in the way
of an automobile tour of the
city yet undertaken was given
yesterday, when 3,300 sailors,
the last of the liberty parties,
were taken for an automobile
ride about the city. Upward or
600 machines had been proffer
ed for the purpose 'by the citi
zens of Los Angeles.
The automobiles were decked
with flags and every sailor car
ried flags and horns. Bands
from the ships played national
crowds. As fast as the machines
could be loaded the men were
started off for the country, and
for an hour or more the streets
were a mass of cheering people.
The boys were taken miles up
on miles into the country. '5Sey
visited the orange groves, the
mountain resorts, the club
houses and were whirled
through town after town, vil
lage after village, waving flags,
cheering everybody and having
a grand hurrah time.
The machines didn't begin to
straggle back into town until
about dark. Every load got Its
quota of cheers from tho peo
ple, who seemed to have waited
all day just for another look at
the sailors. "That uniform
looks good to us" was the one
The admiral told his guests
that the hospitality here was
simply overwhelming and that
not one man in the fleet ever
could or would forget It to his
dying day.
The fleet reassembled this
morning in Santa Monica bay
at 7 o'clock. The trolley com
panies are making arrange
ments to start out their fullest
service at 4 a. m. There prom
ises to be a bigger crowd there
than at San Pedro when the
fleet came in.
The fleet will be put through
evolutions for about an hour.
The desire to see the ships -t-
swlng and turn and cut rings -t-
in and about one another is -t-
such that tonight bids fair to be -f
another sleepless one. 9
9 9 0 9
if you go through Los Angeles,
Fine Job Printing Star Office.

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