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HONOLULU. TKHH1TOKY OF HAWAII, SUNDAY MAY J. W02
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Honolulu Wetics and
Hawaii's Great Future
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Vol. I. No. ljjJc
Republican Committee Is
FIRM IN FAVOR OF
Primaries That Are Liberal
ARTILLERYMEN PUT UP POOR GAME
Opening Day of Baseball Season
Gives an Exhibition of Best
Play in Honolulu
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"Day ball!" The old cry echoes o'er the peaceful vale of Punahou,
and from tho bleachers comer a roar as rows of rooters ell Oh!
The batter graspB tho willow club, tho pitcher strikes an atti
tude, tho catcher gives his hands a rub, tho umpire stands with
lteen eyes glued upon the play, the ball has gone, and once again
tho season's on!
The knocker with his noisy knock, the kicker with his mulish kick,
the talker with his tially tall; upon the seats as files are thick.
The ladles In their smart attire, enthusiasm In their eyes, aro
there In bevies to admlro nnd laud the players to the skies, and
spank their dainty hands wh;n one of handsome figure makes
Tho old excuses now arc fed to bosses from employees' Up; Tho
grandma on her dying bed, the wife at home down w Itb la grippe.
That dying grandma will be spied beside her grandson suiting
there, the sick wlfo by her husband's side, and how those frauds
will blush and staro to catch their old employers' eyes lit up
with half-amused Biirpriso!
Tho game Is on, the season's boie, the stricken ball cuts through
tho air. the batters fan the ntmosphcre, tho runners 'round tho
bases tear, tho umplro calls tin strikes and balls, puts runners
out when they aro In, nor hesds the rooters' nngry squalls that
they will kill him Bure as sin' The season's heTtTiTTb same old
muss, and on the seats tho sa no old us.
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What with a pleasant day, splendid
arrangements, a large crowd of pcoplo
and at least one flno game, the base
ball season started off yesterday In
good shape and It was predicted on
the Held b baseball enthusiasts that
the sci Ins nrranged for Is bound
piove an Immense success.
Thero were two games yesterday as
les, who hit the Artillery pitcher all
oer the field and rnn around tho
bLses without tho slightest impedi
ment. Tho soldiers fumbled right and
left and proved themsches such an
easy thing to beat that oven the Ho-
to.uhilu Athletic Ciub players becamo
Playing became better In the sixth
Section as Adopted.
Sec. 17. No member of a pre
cinct club shall be entitled to vote
at a primary unless his name shall
have been enrolled In the club, but
any person who will be entitled
to vote at the next general eUc
tlon shall have the right to have
his name enrolled in the club of
the precinct In which he will be
entitled to vote up to the time of .
the doting of the polls.
The Republican Territorial Central
Committee of Hawaii met In headquar-j
tcrs last evening to contlnuo the ills
that the same bo adopted, namely:
Hesohed, That It Is tho sense of this
committee that the Hoard of Health
vould promote the public good and
tho pcaco and welfare of tho Leper
Settlement by reconsidering the reso
lution with reference to tho removal
of Father "Vondelln; nnd
rtcsdived. That tho Doard would fur
ther promoto tho public good I' It
would doiso some plan for the tem
porary accommodation at tho Kalihl
Cr.mp, or at nomo other place, o""such
patients as nre specially affected by
the operation of the crusher, so that
there will be during all of tho twenty-. Inning. In Its firstUiair, Louis went to
three days which mako up tho seaBon.'bat first for tlio Honolulu Athletics.
Tho first was between tho Artillery .The pitcher showed more than over
and Honolulu Athletic Clubs and the lils very Indifferent playing. Having
second between the Knmchameha and caught a slow groumlcr, he was unable,
Malle-IIIma teams. Tho first was a to get It to first In time to catch Louis,
very tame and disappointing contest, How eer, ho pulled himself together
the soldiers showing that they havo by 'nnd taught Louis napping at second,
ty means mastered tho great Amcrl- ( Leslie went out on a short pop up to
cm game. However, any unpleasant third. Thompson took base on balls
Impression that might havo been left.fo.' tho fourth time. Again tho pitch
by this game was dispelled by tho cr fumbled n slow grounder from Glca
second. Tho latter was really tho son and tho latter reached firBt safely.
M-ry best exhibition of flno ball play- j hbnsman sent still another of tho
Inf that has been Been In Honolulu for same kind to tho pitcher who, nfter
jears. fumbling tho ball, succeeded In getting
Tho game between tho Artillery and It to Bret In time to catcTl tho runner.
Hrnolulit Athletic Club started soon This retired tho side,
after 1:30 o'clock, tho hour announc- Another Short Story.
eu. ai xnai umo mere were in mo n was another short story for tho
neighborhood of four hundred peoplo Artillerymen. nrown struck out
in attendance. WfTcn tho second game Ti(gn ROt ba80 on balUi 8mUh nlt 01lt
was started at about 3:45 o clock, thero ,nt0 rlBhl nnil EOt f0 Vecond. but Olea
were fully six hundred pcoplo present. 80u gccurgiI tne ball In time to send It
Police officers under the direct super- ,0 tlllr(, for ,lrownj ho wag farIy
vision oi m-puijr onoriu v,iiiiiiuBwuriu, caught. Pavis struck out In three
Vrcslclent of the naseball League, were succeaslvc fitrlke8. Ti,e hjt mauo uy
present on tho grounds, nnd the splen- fcnith , thl9 nn,nR was tho flm sc.
inu manner in wnicn tney nttcnucit to cure( on- joy
In tho beginning of tho seventh,
the samo may be operated tcmporarl-
cusslon of rules nnd regulations and,ly, until the urgent demand for road
t'ansact other business of Importance natcrlal bo met, or until the Lcglsln
1 wenty-flvo members nnd proxies wcro ture shall tako notion and provide for
present. Chairman J. A, Kennedy pro-1 tho removal of the asylum or tho rock
sided, calling tho meeting to order crusher.
about 8 o'clock. Resolved, That a copy of these res-
After the calling of the roll tho clutlons be sent to the Hoard of
chairman called for a report from tho health by the Secretary of this com
Bated May 3d, 1902.
JAMHH A. RKNNUDY.
T. M'CANTS STUWAIIT, .
H. P. HALDWIN,
Per C. H. DICKEY.
Fifth District Rule.
A communication calling attention
to a rule ndopted by tho Fifth District
Committee of tho Ilcp.ibllcan party
'i as then read by V. J. Coclho. This
communication was recehed, read and
p'aced on file, ns follows.
Honolulu, T. IL. XIny 3, 1902.
A. Kennedy Ksq., Chairman Itcptib-
president of the Doard of Health, at llcan Territorial Ce.itral Commit-
Ms prUato office and were cordially! tei.
received by him, but he dtollned most Sli: our attontlon IS called to tho
positively either to discuss tho matter f( liowlng rule ndopted by tho Fifth
with us or to listen to anything wo had District Committee of the Republican
committee appointed to call upon tho
picsldent of tho Doard of Health and
the Governor with reference to the rc
wual of Father Wendelln. The re
port was read by T. McCants Stewart
nnd was accepted, being ns follows:
Father Wendelln's Case.
To the Republican Central Committee
of the Territory of Hawaii.
Gentlemen: Your committee, np
lolnted to call upon the President of
tho Board of Health and the Governor,
with reference to the removal of Fath
"r Wendelln and the operation of tho
rock crusher, beg leave to report thatl
they called upon Dr. IL C. Sloggett, !
party, to wit:
I "Article VI.
Precinct Club Utiles.
to say in referenco thereto. Ho said
that It was a matter In which tho
whole Doard is concerned, nnd Invited
us to attend its next meeting and pre
sent It there.
We also called upon Gov. Cooper,
who receUed us heartily nnd discuss-
! the mnttvr freely with us. He ex- or nny dues, or to sign tho club roll
pressed bis gintificatlon at our call, pior to Ihe day fixed for a primary
saying at the same time that It is tho election or a meeting for tho transac
duty of citizens to present to the Dx- tlon of nny business whatBoover."
ccutlve their lews upon public mat- The said rule Is still in forco.
ters, nnd that so far as he was con-l Tho clause to which your particular
terncd he would always welcome attention Is directed Is tho one against
tl em, ! the making of any rule requiring any
With referenco to the matters dls- I'ison "to sign the club roll prior to
c.issed, he said ho hoped that they tho day fixed" for a primary election",
would be satisfactorily adjusted, and etc.
the committee left the Governor, sat- Fraud Easily Averted.
iMlert that he would do all In his pow- j At the tlmo tne abovo rule was dls
er to bring about a harmonious settle- cussed, the members of the committee
the party pledge. The question of
fraud In enrolling residents of other
precincts was also discussed, and that
matter receded full attention. This
c II. it was though! 'by tho members,
could bo easily averted by Keeping n
complete electoral register for tho
1'itclnct, which should bo mndo up
ston nfter the organization of tho pre
cinct clubs, nnd before tho primaries.
Any change or changes In the resi
dence of the oters should be noted
l,y tho committee or suT Commlttco ap
pointed to such duty. Tho Idea of thlB
ileclslon of the District Committee is
to dltectly place the responsibility of
strengthening the party vote in any
campaign in tho precinct club, and
thus save a great deal of expenditure
on tho part of tho party generally.
W. J. COELHO,
Secretary Fifth District Committee.
Suffrage In Territories.
A letter froni J. Castle Mdgway of
Ililo was then rend and referred to a
committee to bo appointed by tho
chnlrman to consider and report back
at tho next meeting of the Central
Mr. Hldgway draws attention to
sections 1S59-G0, United States lteised
Statutes, regarding htttfragc In tho
Territories generally, whereby It
would seem that a Inrgo number of
residents In this Territory aro legally
entitled to the right of suffrage.
After quoting tho Hcctlons, Mr. Hldg
way goes on to say: Tho right of
niturullzatlon Is a prlvllego accorded
every person who desires to become a
bi.Ued States citizen und who Is prop
erly qunlffiod. Etcry Inducement
shi.iiM '.o offered to secure tho r.atur
n'izatlon of aliens Into our body poll
tic. Thero nro a great many young
Portuguese nnd others, who havo just
come of age, who would bo willing to
Each precinct club sha . mako Its own tako tho oaths prescribed and who
n.les; but no precinct club shall mako would inako most excellent Itcpublt
nny Illegal or Inequitable rule, or nny can voters. Wo beg to refer this mat-
rule 'requiring any person to pay a
fee ns a prerequisite to membership,
THE TRANSPACIFIC HALFWAY HOUSE
Enormous Volume of Merchandise
to Pass Honolulu Value of
an Isthmian Canal
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SS Tho following tnblo shows tho exportation of leading articles to St
tt China, Japan. Asiatic uussla. Australasia, Hawaii and tho Phltlp-
i: pine Islands In the fiscal years ISihi and I&99 respectively:
tt 1830. 1B99.
t Articles Dollars. Dollars.
Iron nnd steel and manufactures oi L',928,971 13,210,532
Cotton cloth 1,532,181
Mineral oils 7.210,111
Cotton unmanufactured 85,211
Tobacco, manufactures of ,. 2.017.S03
Wood and manufactures of 2,117,053
128.277 1.542.S3S St
518,190 966.773 SS
424.932 975,510 St
575,234 S24.342 St,
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441.130 C83.75 St
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Leather and manufactures of
Paper and manufactures of ..
Carriages and cars
Agricultural Implements . . ..
Fruits and vegetables
"The war with Spain nnd the crisis
In China liae demonstrated liejoml
question tho Importance of both Ha
whll and the Philippines. It has proved
their strategic nnd political alue,"
said Hon. John Hnrrett yesterday to
n reprosentatIe of tho Sunday Dulle
tin. tl'i Mr. Ilarrctt was formely United
Slates Minister to Slam and Is now
Commissioner Gcncrnl for tho l.oulsl
San Francisco to Honolulu. Includes a
population of nearly 500,000,000. or six
times that of tho United Stntes, and
comprehends half of Japan, all of Ko
tea, the great part of China, alt of
Slam and Durma, all of French Indo
China, tho llrltlsh Malay States nnd
Straits Settlements, tho rich Dutch
possessions of Sumatra, Java, Ccle
l.ei. Molukkas; New Guiana nnd Dor-
neo; tho Carolines nnd Ladrones; and
Your commlttco deem It unnccessa
stiongly expressed against tho clos
ing of tho precinct club rolls to per
sons who wish to vote nt primaries for
ry to follow up tho matter any further candidates who had been nominated
and beg leave to submit the following nt meetings previously held for tho
n solutions with a recommendation p,nposo, and who nro wining to sign
'.er to tlio Territorial Committee."
Section Sixteen Again.
W. J. Coclho Snovcd tho roconsldora
lion of section 16 of tho Rules and
Regulations, nfter T. McCants Stew
art had moved that the commlttco go
on with tho discussion of tho now
lilies, for tho purpose of making an
iii.dltlon. The section was read as u
s'.ood, by tho secretary.
Coclho suggested tho following
"Nominations for members of tho
dlptrlct conTmltteo nnd delegates to
I th" Territorial convention shall not ho
received an" placed on tho primary
ballots unless mado at- meetings held
for such purposo; and no person shall
bo nominated unless ho shall havo en
lolled his nnmo in tho precinct club
(Continued on page 4.)
their duties showed that the Pollco
Department lias mado up Its mind thnt
' there -shall be no towd)lsm of nny
kind at nny'of the games.
Artillerymen Had No Show.
The first game started off with
Messrs. Samuel Mahelona and Marcal
lino as the umpires, and from start to
finish, tho Artillerymen did not hnvo
a ghost of a show. The first flvo inn
ings wero nothing In tho world but a
running race for thq Honolulu Athlot-
Our best argument to get
your trade Is the .class of work
wo turn out.
Wo do all this work our
, selves and give It our particu
lar nttentlon. If tho picture Is
of a piotty vlow or has somo
association, It cannot bo too
well finished. You will want It
dono rightly and wo nro tho ono
to do this.
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Dlcck, cor. Hotel
Price hit far out between center anil
.right field. The renter fllcldtr mado
u splendid tun nnd bagged tho hall,
'receiving most enthusiastic applause.
Aylett sent a mild grounder to first,
i who waB but four feet beyond tho
baBo when ho caught tho hall. Instead
of running to his" base, ho turned
aiound to first ami simply looked, al
lowing Aylett to mako his baso; Wll
I Hams flow out to center Hold and Joy
I made n safe hit out Into right field.
Louis went out on a slow grounder to
I Jones flew out to Hnnsman In cen
ter. Gupttll mado a two bagger down
into right. Pllney flow out to Williams
nt short, who turned quickly to sec
nnd, threw tho ball and caught Gup-
The Eighth Inning.
In tho eighth Leslie hit far out Into
it ft. The fielder misjudged tho ball
and tho runner secured first without
tlouhle. Thompson How out to short.
HONOLULU BANKER HAS
HIS ARM FRACTURED
Badly Shaken Up in Rear End
Collision Between Two
account of stock, tt was found that
one of Mr. Cooke's horses bad a brok
en leg.' The animal was shot by a
Portuguese living near by. Tho car
riages were wrecked, and hacks were
ordered from town to take tho party
While tho accident was serious
enough, had the horses gono another
200 yards In their mad career nothing
but a miracle could havo sated Mr,
Mrs. Cooke and Mrs. Montague Turner "",l JIr8' c0 trom "'' thwn,
. a I nvoi- ,i,i nniliniivniniit nnfn tlin t-nnlfn nf
tho stream that skirts tho pall road.
Wild rumuis were afloat last night,
ono to tho effect that Mr. Cooke hud
both legs broken. When the lliilletln
called up the Cooke residence last
evening Mr. Cooke responded 4 with,
'Hello, I am In the land of the living."
From the account given by a gentleman
who arrived on the scene shortly af
ter the collision, It was a piece of good
luck assisted by Mr. Cooke's cool head
Entrance on Union.
Glcason hit to third. Tho baseman
then threw over first's head, allowing
I.eslla to mako homo and advancing
Gicason to third. Ifansman's high fly
was dropped by ccntor and Gleason
camo homo, i Price flew out to second.
Aylett sent a slow grounder to first
rnd was easily caught.
Ilobr for tho Artillerymen struck
out and Dennett followed suit. ThlB
was tho third tlmo Joy struck out
Dennett. Ill own madd it three, of a
In tho ninth, William sent a hot ono
CHARLES NOTLEY BURIED
Continued on page 8.
C. M. Cooke nnd wlfo and Mrs. Mon
tague Turner met with nn accident
yesterday nftcrnoon while returning
from Mr. Cookes Luakaha residence
Doth rigs wcro smashed, one of Mr. ' ed work that more serious results did
Cooko's horses had to bo shot, and not attend the disaster,
Mr, Cooko escaped with a broken arm. I
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niru, luuku uiiu .ilia. 1UIJII-1 UIM HUb
suffer serious harm, though both wero
badly shaken up.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cooko and Mrs. Tur
ner wero returning from Luakaha. Mr.
Cooko was driving his Bpan and Mrs.
Turner was ahead In her phaeton.
When near tho half way house some
part of tho harness of Mr, Cooke's
team broke, letting tho carriage onto
the horses' heels, Tho team broke Into
n run. Mr. Cooke appreciating tho
danger to Mis, Turner ns well as to
himself nnd wlfo, endeavored to turn
the horses Into an embankment. Ho
was too late, however, to avoid a col
lision. His ciirringo turned a eompleto
someifault, und tho running gear of
Mrs. Turucr'sc rig was badly shattered.
When tho occupants of tho carriages
gathered themselves together to take
Tho funeral of the late Charles Not
Icy was hold from St, Andrew's Cathe
dral yesterday afternoon at a o'clock.
The Rev, P, II. Tompkins of Ilamnkua
and the Rev. Canon Kltcat offlrlaicd.
Many beautiful lloueis entered the
casket. Tho pall be.uora weie Cecil
nrown, F. M. SwanJy, J. II. Sopor, T.
C. Davles, S. F. Chllllngworth 'ind W.
A. Kinney. Among those who attend
ed the services wcro Governor Cleg-1
horn. Col. W. F. Allen, F. A Oihaefor,
Samuel Parker, llrltlsh Consul limre,
Piof. Lyons and Judge Stnnley. Wii'yl
Taylor played the organ nnd amung ,
tho hymns sung was "Just us I am, j
without one pica."
Dim Purchase Imposition, lleforo un-!just touches the northern end of the
delinking this last mission ho was
1'lenlnotpntlnr.r ;Dc1cBHt u the Unit
ed States to the Pan-American Con
gress In Mexico.
MI maps of important lands nre In-
ti resting, but none Is mora surprising
than that of tho Incomparable broken,
const that reaches from Australia to I
continent of Austrnllu .The annua?
trade comprehendt'd In tint avin mil''
cncle npproaches $1,000,000,000 pei
annum, of which America's sbaro now
Is hardly ono-tenth, or t00,000,000,
but can be In tlnre one third or one
half. Big Commercial Field.
Siberia, from Melbourne to Vlndlvos- "If wo extend the radius to 3000
tok. Its supreme revelation to tho1 miles we havo an Interesting nnd yet
man who has not before Investigated ' stupendous field to survey. This ills
those Asian-Pacific shoreB Is this: Itunco Is a reasonable ono, as It Is ap
The Philippines nro the geographical Proximately equal to that from Now
and strategical center of the Asiatic
nnd Australian Pacific coast lino that
line an unrUaled extent of 6000 miles,
has debouching upon It a population
York to San Francisco or from New
York to London. Here wo Bee Map!
lr the center of lands nnd Bcas that
1 support, even with their undeveloped
of over 850,000,000, Including India,' m'll,rnl resources, an annual loreign
and s'upportH already n foreign com- commerce that exceeds two thomand
merce exceeding 2,fi00.000.000 per nn- millions or dollars and hows nearly
mlm I ult the world's entire population, or
Density of Population. nl 1,BBt "O.OOO.OOO human beings.
From this undeniable premise wo who mU8t bo f?1' c,0,,,,, nnd EUP-
ilrnw another conclusion which has ""'" w,ln u, '"creasing warns .nai
even n more direct bearing upon thoKrow ln P"Prtlon as they come In
comnci wiiu mo European anu Amor-
MEN THE WINNERS
McGill and Guild Head the Scores
Which Showed Only Small
Yesterday aftornoon came the wcl
como sight of tho cricket ball and bat
fo,r the first tlmo this season, on tho
Mfckfkl greensward, Tho matB wcro
fc-ought forth from tho loft, whero
they havo been accumulating a coat
of dust during tho winter and were
put over tho pitch. . Cricket flannels
adorned tlio brawny llrltlsh limbs.
Cricket was In tho air. It had started
lor a new season.
At 2:30 o'clock, tho tlmo for which
tho gamo wus adertlseu, one solitary
tlguro could bo seen on tho field ham'
li.crlug In tho wickets. Tho cricket
eis lmo not changed their ways, tho
Honored custom of arriving on tho
field about nn hour niter tho tlmo whon
tho gamo la set for still prevails. So
tho now Benton licnn ns the rest of
tho boasona hno since tho tlmo when
tho first wlelfet was driven Into Ha-
vaiiio of tho Islands to tho United
Stntes: tho Philippines being tho gco
giaphlcal and strategical center by
reason of physical location, will be
como under American influenco tho
commercial center of tho trons-Paclflc
coasts, seas and millions of peoplo.
Just as Hawaii will hold a position of
supremo strategic and commercial Im
portance In tho mld-Paciflc.
"Tho full scopo of a 2000-mllo rn
litis from Manila, or tho dlstanco from
Now York to Donver Includes n pop-
"Sun eyed by countries wo find this
(Continued on pass 5.)
S, S, VENTURA, MAY 6,
Next express steamer to the Coast
Wells, Fargo & Go. Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American
right up to now
sells for $3.50
1, tattoo d e! iN
r iiw Cm
A ninn'a hIioc, to wear tho year round, w
A good yenr welt, ot Imported viol stock
with kid lining.
TIiIh Ik one of the many medium grades
we nre now allowing, nnd to npprec- O
Into tho line, you must como ln nnd