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BASEBALL (iAMES
, IN PLENTY T
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First Begins, at l:30
o'clock and Second
at 3:30.
V
CUSTOM HOUSE TEAM
PICKED AS A WINNER
A Hard Struggle Will Take Place
Bitween Hall and Police
Teams-A 17 Inning
Oame.
Ui order to mnko up Fur lost time,
then- will bo two games or baseball
this nRxrnnou on Ihe Mnklkl ground'.!.
Tne Oaliu College campus' could nut
te secured on account of n iruvloil
arrangement for n foothall game .it
that place. 1 ! CiiKtiim House and
Capitol teams will play at 1:30 o'clocic
and It Ik n pretty sure thing that tuo
latter will go down In defeat.
Tbe players and their positions will
bo uh follows:
Customs. Capitol,
Catcher.
(icinmii ...... .Miir.ii
Pitcher.
Clatk Iluomunn
Hrst Hase. --
Seanlou . .
Now ell ..
'.Ulfton ...
W. Wilder
Tucker ..
Dowers .
.. Pahtui
, . Kannol
Wlllhiuw
Second Huso.
Third Hasc.
Shortstop.
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llarbottl-!
lllght
1 icld.
S. Clill ncwort 1
Center Field.
Aylntt
Left Field.
A. Jones
flay
Hnhtltiit.' 'Ctipltol:
Atila. Holster.
Mnnit, Hose.
Tbe i:. O. Hall . Sou and Pollcj
HinriB will play at 3:30 o'clock. TuM
inline 1 a toss-up. to far ax tlui wlnnei
Ik i oneerned. I he llnc-up will lie : a
follow :
Hall.
1'ollcc.
,.. I.eblK,
Joy
Catcher.
Cunlin
l'ltcher.
Klwu . . ,
Purls ...
lile.'isiiu .
Hani ...
Wllikokl
l-'lri-t llase.
: C. ChllliiiKKortli
Second llase.
Ihitic'.n
Tlllnl nase.
AK 111
Shortstop.
II. Mossui'in
Itlglit l'leld.
IVrniindez lto..H
Center Field.
Kukl ItlcliariUon
Lert Field.
Hansiiianu Mosmnin
Siilistltutea I'ollee: Kanae, (lard
tier. The standiliR or the cluhg at pros
eat Is as follows:
W.L.r'or.Atfst.I'ctK.
Custom Unlike .... 2 II 23 13 ion
Hall & Son ...,'... 1 J '19 1.' uu
I'ollce 11 ., ;, 5')
Capitol 0 2 17 Ji ll'l
The follimlnK account of the recent
record-hreaklnt! Iiasehnll Kaiiiu be
Iweeii the ChlniRo and Iloston teau.v,
played at ihlc.iK. will iindouhledly le
of srent Interest In, .lie lovers of tint
HXilt here:
ClilcaKO. Ilf.. Sept. 21. Two teaim
In the second division of the Nut Imp I
I.eaRjie raco had tlut honor today ta
play a same of baseball which seta a
world's record. Chicago and Uostou
tattled for slxtneii Innluga nnd not a
run was made. TheiTCarney hit saf.)
ly. Hut luck was with tbo Orphans,
l.owe hlttlni; Into a douldu play when
he pushed a fast n minder to McCor
,mt(.k. ,, Still another double play '.vat
engineered by the Orplinna In the six
teenth Inning. Tenney strlkiug out and
Dineen being caught while trying lu
fctoal third.
CIIICAOO.
All.llll. I'O.A.K.
Iff
.llartsel, If 7 o 3 no
(Jieeii, cf, ,t 7 0 3 0 'i
Dexter, 3 and ,.7 H 20 U ''I
Doyle, 1 2 i i; oo
Camion, rf 7 n 2 0 0
McCormltk, ss ti o u I ti
Chllds. 2 7 t 3 6 ti
Kahoe, c f. 3 13 4 0
lluglies, p. . ..'. 4 1 i) I i
lllekey. 3 4 0 1 7 1
Totals 5ti S 51 2.1 i
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VALUABLE
WAREHOUSE
SITE - -
We titf.r the fee simple of a valuable
pleco of warehouse Jjround cm I'risou
lead, Iwllel, near 6. It. & L. Co.'s
Vliarves.
The groun.. Is nvallahlo also fo.
Oriental utores and lodgings,
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DOS I ON.
An.itn.i'o.A.n.
Hlckert, If 7 0 4 0 0
Tenne-y.l 4 i 19 1 11
Dcmmit, 2 tf i 3 2 j
Cooley, cf 7 3 3 0 1
Carney, rf. 6 1 :i 0 o
Lowe. 3 7 1 3 3 1'
Long, ss r. 1 5 9 1
Moran, cv S o 8 0 1
Dlnt'cti, p 8 U 1 1 .1
" Total ".5"sTl9 10 3
. Iillnic iM.JMaMMllMIUIS-IWf
Chk.lK'l oiiiioudciio o n b o o ti ti 1 t
Itiin Dexter.
Left ou liases Chicago II, Hot-ton 7.
Sacrifice Hits Hughes 2, Kahoo,
Moran.
, Htoleu llaseit Hughes, (lannon
Struck Out lly Hughes IS. by 1)1
oeen 7.
llano on Halls Olt Hughes 3, oft
Dineen 1.
lilt with Hall lllckcy.
Time 3 hours 5 minutes.
Urn pi ro bawyur.
Attendance 1800.
One iut when winning run was made.
AOEM OF THE MATSON CO.
HERE TO SEE COLLECTOR
Hirion Chillcotl's Fine Has Raised a
Hornet3 Nest About Col-
lictor Ridgeways
Ears Protest.
II. T. Uiiiinl, agent for thu .Mats in
line or'essels at Hllo, arrlvml In th
Kluau this morning to protest ngalnat
the action ol Collector Ittdgway u:
Hllo In lining the snip Marion Cb!t
cott for brvaKlnt; bulk bctore permis
sion Vns glen.
.Mr. (Iimrd while here Is to li.iw- th,
matter alietl. ami will make a lgor-
ous protest. Ho claims, that Collertor
JtHlgway does not gle as nuicli time
to bis oQlelal duties as to private liuti
ness In which be Is engagetl, and that
on this nt count the intcivsta of Hit
ii nt tin itie luiei-esiH 01 inr
merchant
s or Hllo are not helinr f-nn.il
for as they
ey rtlioiihl. Mr. Ouuiil i-lnlnm
that be used eery endeavor to cult"
the Clilleott on arrival at Hllo. but
that on account ot the absence or tlm
Collector ne could not. lie claims tliM
the, matter or .no Clilleott Is the fourth
occasion on which ships have been Ui
talnetl In entering, and through thu
cause considerable loss has been v a
tailed. Ho will confer with Collector
K. It. Slackablu this attcnioiin and en
deavor to have mutters stralghtcum
out.
Collector Itldgway has not yet pri
nuntetl his slue of thu controversy, Ij.it
probably has sent the story or the
fining or the Clilleott in the mall with
his statement, ror the (.onflrnitnlon ol
Collector Staekable. From all aj
counts, the life of the CustouiH Colloc
or at Hllo Is not h happy one. nnd tin
former Incumbent ol tbo office iclln
qulshed the position, an the salary wis
not enough inr the work expected, and
lu looking ufter other matters be w:ih
unable to hold both positions with su
cess tfi himself lu either.
What nctlon Collector Stnckalji.
will take In tin1 matter remains to u
seen. If his decision Is against th1
Vessel the owners still have- theli -ip-pcal
to tbo Department at Washing
ton, nnd will. If necessary, carry 'ho
matter to the hlgbeat authority.
ANOTHER P0LE DASH
New Voile, Sept. 22. "If I succx 1
In reaching tho Hole on mv own hook
nnd return alive I will bring you soni-.
Kino ot a souvenir. This startling
announcement was written by Dr. 'f.
8. Dledrlck in tho K.sltlnio village o.
Ktah, on August 24th, the day he lett
thu Peary polar expedition steamship
Krik nnd reluspil to return, to Hodman
P. Cummin, u cigar manufacturer ol
Washington, N. J. the doctor's horn .
and Is the first announcement of h'.-.
plans In leaving tho Peary expedltloi.
The doctor intends to bravo tho
risks of a dash over the wastes ot
snow nnd Ice packs that have hitherto
proved Insurmountable barriers. 1)-.
Dledrlck proposes to make the attuni; t
alone, save for tint company of such
Eskimos as ho can win over to nl.i
project. Mis friends in Unshlnutoii
N. J., deny that the aurgenn Is nm.l,
but rather tnnt he lias made some ills
covory through the natives of a way
to find the goal for which science has
sacrificed so many Uvea anil sunk so
many fortunes. For thiee years ho
has lived among the Ksltlmos. Il'j
knows their language, and lettetii,
sent bach previously, show that h t
has made a study ol their legends an)
folk lore. It Is believed that there are
uatUca who havn reached the latitude
of tho pole, but none )mw ever con
veyod intelligibly the routu followel.
Tbo doctor's Irlends hay he la a sound,
leo-hended mail, and believe ho
would not enter upon bo daring an o'i
terprlbii unlet.' Vhtr reward of succimi
Is a possibility, "'
, m
THU GAIHTY GIRL.
Tonight and .Monday are positively
the last nights of the Pollard Lillipu
tian Opera Company In Honolulu, The
sparkling military musical comedy
"Tile Oalc-iy nirl" will be staged. The
above has a very heavy demand for
histrionic ability of which the c-nnipiny
lb equal to. Doora will be open for the
matinee nt 1:30, jierfounance to com
mence at 2 sharp. Children half price
lo all parts of the theater.
C. W. Ilooth, by his altornoys, Ma-
goon & TlioluiiiOii, has filed a bill 01
exceptions to Judge ficar'a iIocIbIod
ngaliiBt hltn at tbo suit of Tax Coll
lector Slmw Jor Pacific Heights
taxes.
ROAR FROM 0101
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. OOTOltKK
D
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Says Nearly All Scars
.Look Alike to
Her.
INTERESTING CASE IN
DISTRICT COURT TODAY
Mrs. Mossman, Mother of Child Vac
cinated By Physician Says She
Gave Miss Giivin Definite
Information.
A taso of more than ordinary In
terest came up In tne Police Court
before Judge Dickey this morning. Dr.
l.liella S. Cleveland, the woman physi
clan who vatclnates school children
at the beginning of each school ear,
according to directions ot the Hoard
of Health, was tbo derendnnl, Th
charge was assault nnd battery on a
child, Annie Knnlho by name, agel
six years. A plea or not guilty wc
entered by Attorney Russel. who tip
pearetl for the defendant. High Slmr
Iff Drown conducted the prosecution.
Mrs. Herbert Mossman, a bcaiitl'til
Hawaiian lady, nnd thu mother of the
child, wbb toe first witness called tc,
the stand uy thu prosecution. She told
tier siory 111 a straigiitiorwaid .t
salng tlmt her chile1 bad 1 11 at-,
lending the Heietanla street school
itnie rtdiruary or mis year.
At this point High Sheriff. Iliowu
asked the witness tr the teacher at
the schcstl hail not setvetl her with a
notice, and Attorney Ilussel objecle 1. 1
At nearly every quesii.111 the proseeuL I
Ing ..Ulcer asked In order to prove time
awrt,,cusseioac!edn':Mur;'
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I . - ....-.., .u... M.
Ilie witness, continuing, sad tlli'l
i "10 '"crlliatluii took place on Septen:
l,Pr -' H"'1 .'" "' "'lilt li.ld not In. ti
VCiA
to sihtiol slnco ...at time. She wn.t At I p. ui.--V. Itotb against Julian
ariald the sores might become lunula- Itliccuwcll; C. S Hollieijay ogullist U
ed.nnd swollen Th.. child ba. I Iichti.I1. Hitchcock. W. It. iCTl.liln ,-l,wt
vnccluateii In February.. Sm did n-u
give her consent to 11 second vacclni
Hon.
On cross-examination, Mrs. Mosa
mau said tnat previous to Hie sccittrl
vaccination ot the child, she had r.
eel veil a note from Miss Olrvlii. una
of the new teachers. Inipilrlng If 1,1,1
child had been vaccinated. She went
10 tne teacuer mentioned and told ,ter
thut Dr. llnrTinnn had acclnatcd the
child and she did not want the opera
Hon lepeatetl. Tills she considered
plain enough language tor nnvonc to
iinclerstanil. She stated further that
she tllli not show her certificate Iit.
consltleretl that, being tlui mother ot J
the 1 ti I lit. ber word was siilllclenl. The
secontl notice, which was a print ).!
one, was received after tne vaccina
Hun tin, I fnl.m, ln,.n thn ,.llno r...
ther testified. "
Miss tllrvln. the teaCTTer or tbo motn
In which little Annie Kanlh.i sat. io -
nled stntemenls made by Mrs. Mciza
man. She said tho mother bad tin 1
her tho child hud been v.iielnnt.l h
Dr. llotTiiiaii. hut when asked to nri-
sent her certificate to that effect, ro
piled that she had none. Shit stated
further tnat. tbe printed notices worn
sent out on September III. whereas
Mrs. Mossmau stated that slut did jm;
receive bets until after the vueclnallo'i
hail taken place.
Miss I'elker. iirlnclnal of the sc ho iL
said she couldn't swear she had been
..P.. an... I..... .1... ..a .....I . .. I
..nvii. n iii-ii iiiu tut 1.1111111011 Ol 11
nie KhiiIIki took ulace. Shit wns in
and out or the room where Dr. Cleve
land wns doing her work. 'I ho notice.,
weru sent out by ,.er ns a invor to th .
Hoard or Health. Thu ceillflcates fn.Pi
physicians weru first handed to tlei
touchers anil then to her. ir Dr. ( levj
land wished to seo nny of these, so.'
waa perfectly ut liberty In do so.
Dr. Cleveland wns tne witness vvlio
testimony was watched with the grctu
est Interest, film began by sayln
that she must have vaccinated Amu j
Kanlho, although she had no dlstliie'
lecollectlon of It. The witness then
went on to tcdl of the hnnov facett tlm
children ut tne Heretnnla school had
when they went forth to be vaccina
ed. Not a tear was shed throiiKhinit
thu whole perrorniance.
Just here i-unm In thu testimony ri,-
guiding vaccination, and Dr. Cleveland
UiHilu the statement that she had seen
many children with scars that looked
lor all the world like thony caused by
vaccination. In tact. If she weru to go
by Hie appearance or tho scars, .ihi
would vaccinate scarcely any children
at all. Continuing. Hut wltni-sa said
that then) were no reasons brougut
until why any or the children taken
before her that day should not bit vac
cinated. It might Ihi said here, before pro
ceeding with tbe testimony of ).
Cleveland icir thu dclense, that tho
parents and many of those interested
claim Miss (Ilrviu did not do her duty
lu that kbit failed to notify thu uilnci
(,al or the school ot tho tact Hint th.
mother had said positively her child
had been vaccinated uud could she w
poklllve evidence) of that fact, To
Oiem It Tooks very much llko either
neglect or absolute unbelief In tj-.
statement of Mis. Mossmau.
When Sheriff Drown 4tegau lo crci.-r..
examine Dr. Cleveland, she got Jiibt a
w co bit mixed nun gave tsnnio export
testimony that wis somewhat liuoi.
slstcnt, to say tho least. Tho chili'
had been made to bare her arm belor)
tbo court, and there, abovo tho maiUs
or the recent vaccination, wero others
lu Just tho position nlmost always se
lected by physicians and In u lino tint
would Indicate thu work or soino doc
tor, or course Dr. HorfmauB beal wai
not In nny way mixed tin with the
.cars, nor was tho point of tho vic:i
nation needle utiyivhvru to bo seen, but
vaccination marks were, certalu-y
there.
Dr. Cleveland stated that the scar
did not look in the least Auspicious to
ber. Then, after having said tn di
rect examination that sue could tut
tell ficcinatlou scars trom some other
kinds or scars, she said sue could tell
tbem, as they had a lather peculiar
appcinHnro. men the statement wan
inado that she Hhvays looked lor aitspl
rlous-looicltig scars and If she lound
any surh sue cpicstlotied the child to
Uud out.
Attorney Ilussel plesented no argu
tnent but simply said the case was j
shallow one. and It was doubttul It
vaccination could ever constitute as
sault and battery. It was tne duty 01
the Attorney vieneral'v Department to
see to It .bat the case dm not coin.,
up In court It was rank Injiistlre an.i
those who had brought In the suit
were the cilmluals. These shuuld In
punished. There should be n piompi
discharge ol the detendaiit and nu
apology made her.
Sheriff Drown said that just becauso
Dr. Cleveland was an employe ot 11
Hoard of Health was no reason w.iv
she should be placed on a pedestal
above the law. bne was Just na
amenable as anyone else. As to vac
clnutlun not being assault And battel
under the circumstances proven by 11
prosecution, ho would say that a nun
might expectorate on him In the sire I
but he would he punished on Hi)
charge of assault, liu stated furthei
that the phys.ciau who vaccinated the
child must certainly bau been blind
If she did not seo the tnarKs on th
arm. U sue hail seen them, then theie
had been neglect In that she did n it
maktt Impnry,
Judge Dlc-hcy said that vacelnntlj 1
was Just Ilka wasntng a child's race,
and then round l.n: defendant mil gu'l
ty. The patents nie very nngry, and
are now trlng 10 hnve the cane
brought Into another court. They ob
ject seriously to their fi-year-old chl.d
being vaccinated twice within ulh"
months, when once In two or throo
IClim IS MlfMl-ietlt. 'i'hi.V tn,ilntn'ii
1 r. - - j ...,..
lliat proper methods were not follow-
1 by either physician or teachers, itn.l
tclll not rest until they hnvti done all
they can to obtain the redress wiiIol
'hey deem Is due them,
TODAY'S TPIMMK MA-rrmtu
,UUAVW IE1NI"8 MATCH Lb.
Th , .... ...,ilin .....r,,,,,,,..,,. t
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1 At :l 11 m.-C l',ill,.r I, ii.,i.i
Hoss; R. It. Adams ngalntit P. Al.
Latisilule.
J. Wnterhousv.
At 5 p. in.- M. A. Cheek against A.
It. Cunha; Albeit Waterhuiise against
A. M. Nowcll: A. T. Ilrock against
W. M. Alexander.
Thu winner or the Fuller-itoss match
meets W. K. Dllllngh.ini and wlnn-r
of the AdutnH-I.ansilale malch idavi
Charles Kiston,
L I.LIPUTIANK DANCED.
The lunula of the Hawaiian Hotel
were brilliantly lighted and nicely dee
orated last night, the uccnstou beliit;
11 complimentary dance lu honor of ihc
Lilliputians, given by Manager Allen.
The children danced about on tbe lu
nula and ban a beautiful time, sum i
, lf Hieill dlllKdllg failCV llanc.'S. 111111-11
,0 ""' delight or the older persons who
""''''I joung ones lu their happl-
1 m't,K-, u l " llo,,, ' ""V . tl
'"""K" -uanager Allen nlways ban
b,,,,'n . l'I'ular with the children Iroin
"'" time they first set foot In the. no
'''' h" H nnw "1,",' r'orlte then
ever.
t t t f t -t- t 4-
Players
GORMAN. v
ROBERTSON
THOriPSON
HERRICK.
CMILLINOWORTH
GLI-ASON
LESLIE
BROWN
M08SMAN
MAHUKA ..
JACKSON
JOY
BABBITT
WILLIAMS
DAYTON
KAAI
BOWERS
GAV
FREITAS
SHELDON
WRIGHT
LOUIS
BULLOCK
8IMERSON
MOORE
MARCALLINO
LUCAS
WELSH
RICHARDSON
SCATTERING
In addition to thu coupoucr.to be cut
from the first, page ot the Ilulletln,
new subscribers ate to be given re
cedpts with coupons attached, entitling
them to votes as follow?:
One month 40 votes
Three months 150 votes
Six months 350 votes
One year 750 votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year,. 100 votes
Thesa coupons ure detachable and
must ue lorn irom mo miiisci pi on ic-
,.,1,,.., .) ,t.i..i ... ti,,. i.,ii. i,.
must be torn from tbo suhscilptlun ic
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the same ns the first page coupons. It
will bo teen that for V. the tubscrlp.
Hon pike of tho livening Ilulletln for
one year, 750 votes nro allowed to n.
new subscriber, whereas tho same '
amount of monoy would buy only J10
votes If spent for single copies of tho
Iliillcllii 011 the street. Thu sum of it
BROWN
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Lain witn Appropriate'
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OGremOnieS YeSter
day Afternoon.
REV. W. M. KINCAID THE
ORATOR OF THE OCCASION
P.ocession With Band Music-Historical
Addresses Dalivered Deposit
of Souvenirs of the
Time in Box.
l.a Ing the corner stone or a new
ttilldlng ror Punahou Preparatory I
school took I lace on'MW.iu College I
grounds yestriduy afternoon. Inter
esting ceremonies vvcic held. When
the new building Is completed the
rchool will remove from the premlscj
It has occupied at the head of Iltch
anls street since lis institution rlgh
A'Cii J ears ugo. It was opened In Jam
iary, inn. as a leeticr co ine eoiicge
HI
A ftvv cars ago the .Miller lot al Here ,1111: lllM'UnCU JJULLAKV
It-nla and .Miller sheets was bought b' . .c rnilDT rauutcrinvrn
Hie trustees for n building site, tin I AS MJUK1 lUffliHlaMOilbK
school lucommoikitlotis having' become1
straitened, but since then It has bcenj
conclililcd advisable to have the
;cbool within the.t-ollege compound
at
Puliation.
The cereitionlrs heuali with a pro
cession from Pauahi hall to the foiin
latlons or the school. Icil by the Tcrrl
(trial baud. Those In line, who took
MMts on the platform at the end of thoi
march, eomprlseil the tiustees and fac- j
iiltles or tint college nnd school tiiurtl
tr with niemhe-rs of the alumni. TIiom)
on lite piatfonu Incltuletl: liovcrnor
t. II. Dole and wife, President A. Max
son Smith and wire. P. C. Jones and
wire'. F. V Damon und wife, W. II,
Cnstln and wife. I.. A .Thuistoii uud
wire, j.istice Antniiio
Perry. .1, H.
.'.theiton and wife, Hev. William M,
Klucald. Dr. N. 11. Hmerson ami wlfn.
Hev. Dr. S. B. lllshop. Itev. Dr. Hlng
. . . ...
Lain. Jonathan Shaw, A. II. Wood. W
MiClcilnn Hev- OH nu Ilk
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Austin and wife, Pror. C. J. I.jons,
h. Dodge, S. P. French, Colonel W.
Allen and wife
The devotional and literary exerc's"s
were opened with responsive strlpturi
readings loniliu-led by Hew F. W. Da
non. Dr. lllshop ofTon-d pr.ier.
Puslilent Smith, lu sfiort Inlrodii .
tory lenmrks, suld the men who built
u schoolhouse weie laying the foi'ul.v-
tlons or a public cbaracler. He lnt-j
duii-d W. It. Castle, or H.e ImllMiv
c-eimutlttce. who gave a blst.irlr.il
sketch or Hut school.
The hymn. "How firm a fiunt'i
Hon," was sung and then Hev, W. M,
Klncald. the orator of tlm day, wa it.,
trodiiceil.
Mr. Klucald pieseuted, as the loul
1 1 4-4-s- 4- -
COMING UP
Vote.
. to,9o3
..9.3Q1
. 6,33a
..1.699
..1,684
..1,483
t
w,:
SDt
867
85S
391
J7
35S
355
J13
203
132
151
66
56
53
52
17
42
36
29
23
20
13
15
129
will buy eighty votes If spent for
eighty single copies of the Hullvlln
with the newsboys or nt the business
office. This amount of money, If ex
changed for a receipt for a six months'
Mibscrlptlon to tho llullollii, will se
cure 330 votes. One dollar for 0110
year's sulitscrlptlou to the weekly edi
tion entitles the subscriber to 100
votes.
Tho nrlzo otinred by thn Ilulletln In
,ivi,r. .,., ,. ,, ' , , ; , ;,
01. exhibition In tho window of II. !'.
" Ichinan. 617 Fort street, and wll". bo
presented to tho plavcr recolvlng tho
greatest numoer of cotes at tho close
of the contest Oct. 15.
Votes deposited at tills olllco will
bo Included nmong the scattering until
tho contestant has received n total of
to. rrom that tlmo tho names will an
publlbhed.
ling thought, the proposition Hint wir-
tlum was the supreme alm'nnd etui of
, ull true education The wise ma.i w u
in.'
Al,
L "
lie who knew and did what was l:ot.
n eminent Christian philosopher had
Ivflucd wisdom as the estimating or a'l
things at their true value, whll" .j t
leptesentcd (lod us saying the f.ir 'jf
the Lend was wisdom, The two 'l.'f.ni-
Dons were not Incompatible. '
si"'" "ticmi s.m provrr..
packed full or wisdom In the mosl coti-
Jcised form, and hU songs were 1005
mi milium ss guuil Ol llieir Klllil. lie
unileisiood and upiueclatcd the excel-D-in
of all mural virtues uud the tin
desirableness of their contraty vies I
No inuu could illscoursu so well as ho
I '! :"lv-,"ul111'' ,u.,ul "rlva,- A'"1 et
i niiuii in- hnew uii mis unci was unci-
lw,,!all- ' hv -"' """
to his knowledge. Judged by our stan
dards of virtue, he would not he re
ganled as very icspectable In his life.
Not only did he depart from these vir
tues In whose path wisdom tllterts us
to walk, but be even forgot the Lord,
the fear of whom he said was tho be
I, Inning or Loth wisdom ami know I
fiUc. He, the wise man, fell Into Idol
atry, anil was tin ultimate cause or Him
(Continued on page 7.)
For gris cries, ring up Hlue 911.
if fl rrr
mil rrr
1 UIM I LL
r riif- Ultaifinrn nnti i
lil
'"NR'Sale Of Pewtanin Slr Pranorlv'
"-' ""rvi
Ordered on Acwunt of Re
jection by Bidder at
Auction.
The 'following order In the i-ae o!
I Aileliilo-!. Schllef et al. vs. Josepjt
Clarke el al. was made by Judge tieir
today:
It cppcnr'tig
to the court that M.
Mary Ann Lee, the purchaser or the.
1 Heietanla stre-e
ri-.-t tiiiitn.rtv nt miliili.
'auction. Is nnw filing to nay iSUiib rr
I said property, tne amount bid for, cc.v
Ing to a dlscrenaucy. uud It further an
, .. -...-. ... .
P'aring inai an oner oi Miuo will i.c
',..,. , ,Z ., "'""'""y ""
C I wlt." r,,f,r'"'' ' '' I-ropeity. and
C,oi tiers that a re-.ale of kald properly
F. bu had next Saturday. October 12
P lWt, nnd that n dally notice be given
prior to the sale lu the livening SIT
0,"l Dally llulletlii
"The csiurt orders that the fee or
I. A. Tbomitson. commissioner. In the
sum of t.'tiio, and his uxpenses, he pa' I
out of the realization ot the sale. Tn;
court niso orders that I). 11. Case, guar-
illan ml litem for the Lazarus minors.
be paid the sum of $13'J out of tli.i
wards' Interests or shares.
"The court further onlera that the
commissioner make n supplcmcnturv
report on tne re-snio of the Heietan I
stieet property."
M Ti AFTERNOON
This afternoon tbe postponed race)
hC'twecn the- Senior hnrer, erewtt of tlm
.Myrtle and Healuni clubs will start nt
1:13 o clock. Thu Judges and officials
will be on hand to see that the Blurt Is
propel ly made und a large crowd of
lutcrcsted spectators will also be
present. There were rumors about
town this morning tbut the Mjrtk-s
would rnce . Captain Harris of the
Myrtle club wheji asked ubout tba
matter statnl iTojtlvely that they
would not. In this cube the Healuni
will have to go cjver the course and be
tlecl.ited winners by default. Many
of tbe members of tbe clew do not wish
to take the cup awarded the winner
under the clrciimstunces hut the ma
jority of their fellows declare that It
would be unjiiht to the club not to take
the trophy.
HONEST WEAR FOR THE MONEY
18 WHAT EVIJRY BUYER WANTH AND UXPHCTH.
So it Makes No Difference
What priced" shoe vou buy from us
you can dtienJ on having your
AlONEY'S - WORTH,
Pleasing Styles, Pleasing Wear at
Plf.nInK Prices Is What Pleases Our
Trade. : ; : : ; :
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
1057 Port
isa
Piuob 5 Gents.
B IIP TIT
LENGE
Yielded Over Forty-two
Thousand Dollars
Last Year.
.
LrMHIIIr'N rl NLIHIHI
i " i?
ARE THE BENEFICIARIES
Hawaiian Boys and Girls are Espe
cially Favored in Charles R.
Bishop's Deed of
Trust.
Judge Orur bus continued the mas
ter's report of George Lucas on the ac
count or ilia trustees of the Cla-le it.
lllshop Trust.
The master Is a Mould
fee of 7;, The a
Al";"" '- wi. und 1
''',-!,l;'-1''" "nil mi) me
arcouu. fills With
shciAH I'tcclpta of
iiicnts of S t'J oIH.Mj.
leaving u cash balance t! JI.I.IO).!')
This trust was established :iv Chu. It
- lllshop for purposes of bii.cv )lcn ! nut
p.i.v mints made Include tLc follow lug
To F. W. Damon, lu 'aid of Mll.s
rchool, fZW.
I To Hllo llojb' Uoarlln.; School,
$I0.
To V. M. C. A. of Honolulu. JIOCO.
To Queeu's Hospltul, $l'00.
To American Ilellcf Funi', m.
To Hawaiian Ilvang-dhu! A-oc!.'-Hon,
)t'.00.
To Kaplol.ml Maternity Home, $151.
Tu aid night schrols In lloDobiltt,
t-'.oo.
To rare of tomb or !l.-i. Ilibhr.p l.n I
other Hawaiian chiefs. flii.TV
To ce'lebrntltiu or Fouud.' -s II iv 'It
, Kniiiehuicchn Schools, $201.
To pay half fees for bo.rd nr.dttl-
Hon in Knmchamcha Schools of chil
dren whose parents or guirlhuu no
not aide in puy tbe full amount, t!2l.
f.t. To paitly pay board and tultlo-. nt
girls between six and fourteen, p.-fcr-
" -
eD. to Huwnllan girls, viz.: Kawalv
hao Seminary, 2IOOj Koh.ilu Seminary
Mulrew's Priory, $.100: Sisters of Sac-
ted Heart. lleO. Total 15000,
To Fret- Kindergartens, prererence to
schools for Hawaiian children, G00.
To pa) part expenses nt Oabtl Col
lege or giaduutes of Kamehameha
.ebools, mule or female. I29S.1S.
.r ., , ...,,.......
To aid in supporting Kamehameha
Alumni Association, Koo.
To churches, viz.: Central Union,
K'0; Kawulahan. WHO; K.iumakaplll,
1100.
To such edticutlonal Institute as the
trustees might select. 1300
To (Ini-en's Hospital, for nurses' cot
tage. (I.'.OOO.
To llonoluhi V. M. C. A.. 3000.
To Anii.rlcan Itellef fund, $3000.
To Maternity Home. $5000.
Some of H111.0 payments ure but 00
account of full amounts directed by the
deed of trust. The repetition of some
names of beucllclarlcs is due to the fact
Hint aid Is given separately, according
to the deed, from the Income and fiom
the capital.
The trustees are. Alfred W. Carter.
William (), Smith, William T. Allen,
s"nlu'1 Damon aud Joseph O. Car-
ter.
M.P.D.
The HerchantV Pflrfpl ItaliVArir
",B -"CrcnaiUJ rarCei VeilVerj
COMPANY.
Delivers puckbges to any
part or tbe city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped to
nil parts or the United
States and Kurope. y
Otllce, 1047'Ilethel SL,
opposite Honolulu Market.
That is What We
AlwaysMiive Yoi
Every Shoe In our store
Is selected with a view
to obtain the very best
Ktreet.
BENEVO
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