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VOL. X. NO; 4022
12 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
SATURDAY. JUNE 6. 1908-13-PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
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Henry Vlilu. (Iio former Itepub.lciii
leader, lias clgneil the mil of the Dem
ocratic Precinct Club of the First Pre
cinct of tin) Fcnirtli Dlat.let, mil
now a fu!l?lllci.b;vd Democrat, '
"Yes, 1 elgneo. cue Democratic roll '
IIiIh week," Bald Vldii this, aficraoci
'You know my iilmle. Hilly Co.mwcil,
wan- ii great Democrat, lint whea
things started hero there weio really
only two parties, tlio Republicans anil
tlio Home Unlets, and 1 would not be
n Homu Hitler, bo I became a Ilepuu
Mean. I worked hard for the Repub
lican paity. hut I not no recognition.
bo now I have gotten b.ielc to wheiu I
Probably--. Be -Men
Taking Johnson's .
Who will fill 3am Johnson's shoes
an Hoad Supervisor and Colonel of
the National Ouurd of Hawaii? This
question has been the subject of
much discussion since It was an
nounced that Sam would resign, al
though It was not known until this
morulas that tho men who woull
tnlto his positions were pretty well
i Tom Cummins, who has been
Johnson's right-hand man, will prob
ably sot the ltoad Supervlsorshlp;
a ml Lt. Col. Zlegler Is due to succeed
Sam In 'the National Guard.
This Is tho Information given out
by a man who probably knows mora
about the relative merits of various
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All members of Hawaii Chapter No
1, Ardef of Kamehamelia, nro fratern
ally requested to nsecmplu at Kaplo
Innl building nt 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning for tho purpose, of attending
tlio services at Knwalahao church.
Oold watch. Initials W. A. In Mclu
tyro building. Heward. Return Bul
letin office. tf
We are showing a beautiful assortment of these suits
in the finest materials.
There's nothing neater or more dressy for your Boy
than these natty suits with bloomer trousers.
All sizes, in black, blues, greys, and mixed goods.
CORNER OF FORT
SANTA CLARA PUTS UP
CLASSY GAME OF BALL
FIRST AUTHENTIC PICTURE PUBLISHED HERE OF THE SANTA
CLABA BASEBALL TEAM, SEASON OF 1908.
At last tho funs nro beginning to entertained while In our city, for
sit up and tnko notice, us the now many of our Island linja hnvo been
. .. . ., a .... ni i.n through tho same traces as our vlslt-
Insli o dope on the Santa Clara ball " ... , v , J
-. - . oru, and will do, much to make them
teum colitlnues to come im and In the feol Qt homo ,lurlnK,tllolr Btay.
tiu.t-mall.urxlviHl a batch-ot-ondoruo-; almter,- tlxcrlsht-hand man In tho
nieatH, its well as newspaper clip- third nw In the above picture. Is
pings, as to their playing. That the bnttlug marvel of the team. ' In
till nggicgatlon Is coming liure to the Inst game between tho Santa
clean things up generally there can Clarus and the University of Callfor-
be little doubt, Judging from the nla team, In which a 12-lnnlng game
merry chase they are giving some of rewnrded the former for their trou-
the star teams on the Pacific Const, ble, Shnfor batted, out of four trips
nnd-tho ptomotors of the gumo down to tho plate, one triple-bagger, one
here(nro now beginning to wish for two-bnggor, and two singles. This
a few more such players as Harney comes pretty neur to going some, and
Joy. Tho only photograph of tho should be brought to the attention
team selected by Santa Clara College of boiiio of our twlrlers. Kennedy
to make this trip to the Islands ap
pears for the first time in this Issue.
Running from left to right one
can almost pick tho ball-player in
each individual man. Kvery ono of
theso twelvo youngsters is a student
in Santa Clara College, and every ono
a gentleman through and through.
McKonzIe, the manager, is a sterling
fellow, not oqjy in the management
of the club's affairs but In all that
goes with such qualifications, and lip
expects tho samo from every ono of;
his followers. The Santa Clara team
will no doubt bo taken up and widely I
ALLIGATOR FEARS 1
First-Claw Now. Next Shipment
per Mongolia, Tune 12th.'
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. ' Phone 15.
AND. HOTEL STREETS.
Is alto "the batting kid," so to speak,
and needs watching.
Kroni the amount of activity seen
on tho college campus each aftornoon
according to late papers from the
CoaBt, ono would soon know, that a
baseball carnival or something clso
wns drawing nigh, but It Is only tho
try-outs for the Hawaiian expedition
With every man who can handle the
ball at all, anxious to join in.
Honolulu is on the' eve of one of
Its greatest successes In the baseball
lino and wo await with pleasure the
coming ot tho visitors. '
BR1N0S OFFICER'S BODY
The Asia is bearing to tho Coast tho
body of J, Hsp., Johnson, lato chief
steward tit the Siberia, who died re
cently nt a Hospital on the China
coast. Tho lBt tlmo tho Siberia
passed through coastward bound, It
wns announced here that Johnson was
rcrlously 111, and his death was later
learned of. Ho Is being bornu homo
Tho. steward was welt known here,
and ono of tho most popular ofllcors
In the Pacific.
Fine Job Printing it the-Bulletln.
For $5.00 per Year
If you invest (5,00 per year in ono
of our Safe Deposit Boxes, you will
be perfectly at ease in regard to the
safety of your valuables.
It's worth .it, isn't it?
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SCORE BY IMNIM6S 1 1 2:.3.'4 5,6 7,8 9 U,
I Tho line-up:
Puntihou W. Desha
, rf.,tt.ymati, c.;
is. If, Kin, cf.;
Hampton, p.: II. Hruns,
iiiuugs, iu,; ,uurcviiiuu, tu., nurreu,
Iss.: Henderson, 3b. . '
Diamond Headrf OlnuW, If.; R. For
linndez, lb.; Kvers, ss.; Louis, rf.;
Davis, a; Costollo, 2b,; W, Chilling
worth, p.: S.- Chllllngworth, 3b.; J.
Fernandel. cf. .
A large crowd attended tho base
ball gjnei at the League Il'ark this
afternoon - ' ' )
FIRST INNING t,
I'limhoti to bit Dill Deeli'a hits a
groun.Inr tn pitcher nnd Is put out'at
flrrt, L'Tnin groiiuds to shortstop
and Is ppt but at first. Hampton Is
Olmos vlks. R, Frrndndez sacrl
fires." OIiuiis Is put imtf ut second
wlulo nirleeir. Cvcre fans. '
DrunB takes a walk. lip also takes
eecond on a passed ball Ida guts a
homo run through center flold and
bilngs Hums homo too. (Orent excite
ment). Hoogs Strikes out. Marcal
lino strikes out, Warren also fans the
air thrco times.
Louis Is out on a plny-Vom short
stop to first. Davis goes out on a
similar play. Costcllo grounds to first
and is put out on the bag.
Henderson gets n two-baso lilt over
loft fold. W. Desha bunts and takes
third on nn overthrow to first. Hen
derson conies home. Lyman walks.
Hampton bunts nnd Is safe at first.
Lyman forces Henderson on third and
both come home on nn overthrow to
.catcher, Hampton taking- second on
tho play. Hruns Is safe at first on
Kvers' error. Ho Is pill out trying to
steal second, Kla walks. Hoogs
strikes out and Hampton is put out nt
W. Chlltlngworth strikes out. Sam
Chllllngworth Is out on n play from
second to first. J. Fernandez walks.
Ho steals second. Olmos gets a safo
hit and brings Fernandez homo. 01-
Business Men Want
The matterlof having citizen labor
used on the work to be done by the
Federal authorities at Pearl Harbor
will be taken up by the directors of
tho Merchants' Association at a
mooting which will be hold next
woek. The members ot the Associa
tion are strongly In favor of having
citizen labor used, and will probably
place themselves on record to this ef
fect, and do what they can to fur
ther this object.
Tli. Chamber ot Commerce (s also
taking an actlvo Interest In this
great work. A couple of days ago
the Chamber communicated with En
gineer Parks, 'who has charge ot tho
Pearl Harbor work, stating that' tho
Chamber would do all It could to as
sist him, and offering the co-operation
or the Committee on Army and
,Navy of the Chamber, which was ap
pointed recently to look after Just
Yesterday President Morgan of tho
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nios stents second. Olmos goes to
third In nn attempt tn'niako Hampton
balk and Is caught out.
' FOURTH INNING , ,
Mnrcalllno strikes out. Varreu
gro'imilB to first and goes out. Han
dcrsou (lies out to Rddle Kornandez. .
F.ddlo Fernandez guts n safe' hit' to
shortstop. Kvers hits Bafa over sec
ond. Louis walks. Davis walks and
brings -Ycrnand?. home, v Costcllo
fhrows out to Jpft llel.I pinl Ever
comes home. Hill Chllllngworth
bunts to pitcher and goes nut nt first.
Bam Chllllngworth files out to right
field on n foul.
Hill Desha goes out on n play from
shortstop to llrst. Lyman walks, but
Ik caught trying to" steal second.
Hampton goes down on a play from
Shortstop to first. ' ,
J. Fernandez flics out to Hampton.
Olmos goes down 'on a play from
ehortslop to first. Ed Fernandez tiles
out to left Held.
II. Hruns grounds to Costcllo and Is
thrown out at first. Kla is safo at
flrit on Costcllo's error.- oogsj
strikes out. Mnrcalllno files out to
Kvers goes down on a play from
second to first. Louis is safo at first
on an error by Hampton. Davis hits
tho ball over left field fenco. Ho
runs home, and brings homo Louis.
Costcllo bunts along first baseband U
thrown out at first by catcher. BUI
Chllllngworth Is safo at first on first
hasemnns error. Sam Chllllngworth
Is thrown out at first by .second base
Lcsllo goes to pitch for the Diamond
Heads Instead of Chllllngworth.
WarrSen walks. Henderson fllos.to
Louis. Warren Is caught on first BUI
Desha struck out. ,
J. Fernandez files out to right fHd.
Olmos strikcB out, E. Fernandez
Chamber and Manager Hedcmann.ot
tho Honolulu Iron Works called on
rarks in regard to mo matter. farM
Is at present arranging the scalo ot
wages to be paid to the mechanic
to bo employed on the work. He and
Hedemann "consequently had a con
sultation In regard to this matter,
the object being to have the same
rate ot wages paid by the Govern
ment us are being paid mechanics
employed by tho local concerns, In
order that the local Industries might
tuonnnnea on rage u
Rubber Goods c
HoIUster Drug Co.,
; WIN FIRST BLOOD
CHICAGO, Dl June 6. Taft delegatcs-at-largc from Florida and
Georgia were seated today by the National Republican Committee that
ii pawng oa conicsica acicgauons to wie iiuuunmuiK convention, ice
Florida contest was a very bitter Stite f jht.
Lyman walks. Hampton walks also.
I.,vmau makes third on a hum throw
to first. Hampton steals second. Ly
map .comes home on a wild pitch.
Hruns walks. Kla grounds to Event
and Hamilton comes homo on a bum
throw. Hoogs walks. Marcelllnu
grounds to pitcher and Hruns Is caught
at nome. warren grounds to pitcner
and Kla Is'put out ut home. Hender
son struck out.
Evera flies out to right field. Louis
hits safe over second. Davis strikes
out. Costello hits safe over second.
Louis takes iSlrd. Leslie hits a warm
one to center Held, but is caught out
by Kin. (Fini'Ft piny of tho day).
, NINTH INNING
Bill Dosha files out 'to Costcllo. Ly
Irian hits safo to shortstop. Hampton
walks. Lyman Is caught by Hampton
on the lino between Becoiul nnd third.
firuns walks. Hot li men steal a base.
Kin flies out to Olmos.
Sam Chllllngworth lilts over second
baBO. J. Fernandez sacrifices. Olmos
grounds to hecond and Is thrown out
At iJlrst. B. Kerrian-'W hits -safo over
second and brings Chlillngworth.homc,
Ho steals second. Eyers flies wut to
This places Pynaliou.at second placo
VIENNA. Austria. June 6. Six
teen employes were killed today and
seventeen injured by on explosion in
a celluloid factory of this city.
SAN FRANCISCO Calif., June 6.
SUGAR: 96 decree Centrifugals,
4.370 cents, or ?B7.ou per ton. Pre
viout ruotation, 4.36 cents.
DAMAQE BY FLOODS.
BUTTE, Mont, Junev6. Millions of
dollar, of damage ha. been don. by
A Chinese- child was drowned at the
County Beach this afternoon,
scientists Invited Here
A meeting was called by Acting
Governor Mott-Smlth this morning of
a number of prominent men to con-lot
elder tho letter from L. O. Howard,
permanent secretary of the Amerl-
V.U IMUVinilUII ,U4 h(t, AUIUUkCIIIOII,,
MM A bar... In tin. ..... ,t.n A.l.mM rtt.m An , .
of Science. The following were pres
ent: Acting Governor Mott-Smlth,
A. F. Judd, Jared a. Smith, F. L.
WaldronC.'S.'lIollowny, A. F. Grif
fiths, P. h. Home, D. L. Van Dine,
W. T. Brlgham, Dr. L. E. Cofer, It.
H. Trent, L. A. Thurston, and C.
HILO, Hawaii, Juno- S. Hy n otu
of four to three the .Hawaii Hoard of
Supervisors adopted u leport advocat
ing the Impeachment of Supervisors
Purdy nnd Knlnlwnu. Those voting
agnlnst 'the resolution were Kalawu
Ian, Purdy and Todd. Purdy nnd Kn-
lawnlaa lmvo been Incurring debts
for tholr districts beyond tho amount
of nppioprlatlons and havo been tho
center of rsrlnus criticisms In thu
Hoard ,u:id out.
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TENNESSEE REPAIRED.. .
TO RESUME' TRIAL
SAN PEDRO. Calif., June 6. One
of the men injured in the explosion
on board the Tennessee died today,
making a death list of five as a re
sult of, the accident An, inquiry
The boiler tube will be replaced
here and the speed trial of the ship
will be resumed on Monday.
M'FARLAND AND WALSH
LOS ANGELES, Calif., June 6.
McFarland and Walsh, lightweights,
have signed to fight twenty-five
rounjls here on July Fourth.
KINGS ARE TO MEET
REV AL,. Russia, June 6. The Em
teror will meet Kins Edward and
his party, who are now on their
way to visit the Royal family of Rus
j' The following stenographic repoit
tho mcetlngwns taken down:
-The meeting' was called to order
by Acting Governor Mott-Smlth, who
stated that It was the cbiectof tho
meeting to consider a' letter that had
been received from the permanent
secretary of tho American Associa
tion for tho Advancement ot Bclenco
regarding holding their summer
meeting In Hawaii In 1910. The
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