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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, 3fARCn 25, ISilo.
. I - . BASEBALL GOING TO " SPORTS." : Principal Richards Talks on Ten dencies of Professionalism. . W9 -5 w J. K. M'cTLLOCH. J. X. KILLSOK. FOUR SWIFT SKATERS. Xill3Ti is three mile champion skater of Canada: IavI-o holds two Canadian nnd two United States championships; McCullocli is an ox-Canadian champion, and liaise has done fast work on the ice. WOVEN WIRE 'g hIIo Vetting a Very Common Thing Ladle ot In Attendance A1 aolute A ntearlm. . Mr. Editor: Tho subject of baseball intereet3 the general pub lic. It should do bo aa long as our boys are participants or spectators. It will do bo aa long as the play is spirited and "on the equare." "Yes, but let the management of tbe rame. the make-up of the o 1 - " .teams, and the wrangles over the ' results be left with the players." With all my heart. If only as a euperannuated player, the writer needs no apology for the apparent inconsistency of appearing in print on this subject, and eubmits the following: First The players of Honolulu will have baseball in their control in direct proportion as "the sports" do not. For "the eporta" to control is to reduce the results of a game to a mere matter of dollars and cents. Such a rnling element means a diminution of those few players who can resist the "price" offered. It mean?, too, a thinning out of those who can hold their "nerve" throughout a game, not having, forsooth, "the sand to back their team with their dollars." In short, the "sports" are interested in prop agating professionalism with eome of its worst but necessary features. Second It is the opinion of many who have watched the game in Honolulu that the "sport" ele ment is on the ascendency. The following facts are significant and serve as "signs of the times :" (1) Our ten-year-old boys knew and talked as fluently about the "odds" given and taken on the grand-stand last seaBon, a8 they did about the re sults of the games ask them and see. W ouldu't you be willing to venture a prophecy (based on the foregoing) aa to the probable "clean bands" the future has in store for ball and business ? (2) The ladies in J the grand stand became fewer in attendance, not as yet reconciled to "sport ing" methods. (3) The league made no effort to even lessen the publicity of what the writer under stands is contrary to statute, the open bandying of bete. Neither Xho above M0L1NE WHEEL WALKING PLOWS we if mm D0W carry m stock can fill orders for same promptly. SS'of teams'krn thav 3fS fact thawe have heavily on the games in which solc oaVbUlbLH on the island of Hawaii alone during the they themselves played ; but on Pfc two months shows that the planters know a good thing tne other nana receivea in. gooa odd xu. : faith aprotest lodged by such play- m We still sell the well-known Hall Breaker, 12, 14, 15 and ers whose ingenuous desire for fair 16 incb, which is also made by the M0L1NE PLOV COM- play thus manifested itself. (4) PANY. One of our latest customer says this: The opening wedge of proles- '-Send me a 16 inch 'HallV Breaker, I have tried other Bionalism was made when a pitcher makes latelv and find thav Hn not rl fhoit-nrfc hired. When he furnished L n T" "6i J" ZZ I i ,7.. HIDDTCN" WORDS. Find Hidden Word In Fach tine. Tiilib Name is Millions? An alm9 of old in me you'll find ? A friend indeed was I? In storm and wreck a help eo kiad? Of hearts to be I try ? Woven Wire Mattresses which will not TUBt; Iron Bfd3 which fold; Spiral Springs for upholsterers' ubo; all made right here in Honolulu by J. S. BAILEY, The Woven Wire Man, Hotel Street, was the usual and natural spectacle of huj d f p paid to win, people seemed to fail in locating the blamo and attach ing it to the act of hiring him as utterly un-amateur as was the uni-. versal betting. What are the remedies reme dies which will both eave sport and preserve the next genera- heavy stock. We have the most comnlete assortment of Tools of all kinds for clearing suar or cofiee lands. Oar stock of SHIP CHANDLERY and ROPE has been added to lately and ve can furnish almost anything needed. '-WAUKB-rAN" BARBED WIRE is far ahead of any other make; try it. and VOU will ho snrnrisp.d -with tho rpnlr? Tf i a noble you prefer galvanized or black plain Fence Wire we have a t cenera- hp.jrvxr Rt na tion for ordinary business integ rity?. One answer is absolute amateruism in sports strictly en forced. At present, with more hired players in sight and the same kind of management insured, the outlook is bad. One step in the right direction will be to open the old grounds at Makiki. A league formed to play there, and with police assistance, itrictly amateur has some support already and ought to have. Yours in the interests of educa cation and public moral, Theodore Richards If you want o. perfect wire stretcher send to E. o. Hall & Son. SHABBY GENTILITY Y'Kamehameha," Mar. 27, 1895. JsiMtball Association Meeting. Thi Baseball Association will hold a meeting next Wednesday evening. It is expected that all necessary arrangements will be perfected at that time concerning this year's series. Work will be commenced this morniDg on the grounds. The dia mond will be cleared of weeds, rolled and put in first-class condi tion. The grand stand is thought to be in need of some repairs. In yestigation will develop to what ex tent this is necessary, and it is likely the building and fence will be given a. coat of paint or whitewash. In either men or women will be tolerated by persons of correct haMta. It is al ways easy to lie well dreseri at the pretnt condition of prices ard eoods. I imiort diect from la pan and buy for cash and confeqoently get low figues. My present stock of Rilk and Cotton Underweir, Towels Hats and Cape are ihe IatfBt importation and are equal to the demand of the most fastidious I aJpo handle Provisions. Mattings '1 01 Jet Soaps etc. Samples of all kinds of Japanese Goods which I can import on short notice Take home a sample package of my S. T. Test. I Ruaran!ee it tobe.firet-claEs in every particular. 405 KING STREET, You had better get off the earth if you don't wearMolNER ny's Shoe. er"ALL PRIZE WINNERS. Mclnerny, Fort Street. The Mutual Life kmm Company OF" ISTiCW YORK, RICHARD A. McUURDY, - - . President. Company's Statement for ihe Year Ending December 31st, 1894 BYAUTHORITY. Notice. All holders of lock boxes at the Gene ral PostcfQce are hereby notified that from and after April 1st, 1S93, box rents must be paid for quarterly in advance,and if not paid for within thirty SO days after the first diy of each quarter, their box will be closed without fur:her notice. v-fsned JOS. M. OAT, Approved: Postma9ter-General. Si'sned.J S. M. Damok, Minister of Finance. 3954-3t ASSETS $204,638,783.96 Income. Received for Premiums $30,123,163 S'2 Received from all other Sources II 807.7PG 12 $4S,020,8f9 94 Disbursements. To Policy-h'ders for Claims bydealh... $11 ,9:9,794 94 " for EndWts Divid'ds.etc 9 159,4814 $21 0S9,257 OS For all other Accounts Notice for Tenders. Sealed tenders for publishing the list of Uklinqcext Taxpayers for 1894, in the English and Hawaiian Languages in a weekly newspaper, will be received at the Tax Assessor's Office, Honolulu, until 12 o'clock nom FRIDAY, the 29th inst. Further information can ba had by ap plication to the Assessor. The Assesor does not bind himself to accept he lowest or any bid. JONATHAN SIIAV, Assessor and Collector First Division. 3933-3t Notice Is hereby given to all Government em ployees drawing two or more salaries for government service, one of which amounts to eighteen hundred dollars ($1800) or upwards per annum, that in accordance with the provisions of Section 4 of Act 73 of the Provisional Govern ment, no account for such salarien othor than tho one amounting to eighteen hundred dollars or upwarJs per annum will be audited after April 1st, 1895. H. LAWS, 3952 1610-4t Auditor General. Water Notice. 0 789.34 18 $30,87S,S91 26 Assets HAWAIIAN GAZETTE Tenuis Tournament, So far, W. F. Thrum and C. K. Hyde are the only names that have been entered at Thrum's book store for the tennis tournament to take place on the 13tb of April. The entries close on the 30th inet. All those who expect to take part in the tournament are urged to band in their names without delay. COMPANY GENERAl United States Bond and other Securities $83 970,69) First lien Loans nn Binds and Mortgage 71.339 415 Lan8 on Stocks and Bonds 11,36 1K) Real E-tate 21 691 73 Cash in Banks and Trust Companies 9.6o5,l93 Accrued Interest, Deferred Premiums, etc 6 6 5 6 5 67 9 00 39 91 07 - $.04 63-k 783 6 Jleserve lor Policies and other L'b'li(ies,Co.' Standard, Am. 4 percent. 8 !09.4'6 I Holders of water privileges, or those paying water rates, are hereby notified that the hours for irrigation purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m. and 5 to 6 o'clock. r.M. ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent of Water Works. Approved J. A Kixg, Minister of ihe Interior. Honolulu, March 12, 1893. 3942-tf valaable -: Real-: rOR SAIiE. Surplus $2.s,5i9,327 82 Insurance and Annuities assumed and renewed Insurance and Annuities in force December 31, 194. ...$750,290 677 97 ... 855,207,77S 42 I have carefully examined the forecoing Statement and find the same to be correct. CU KLKS A. PKELLh.R. Auditor. From the Surplus a dividend will be apportioned as nsual. Keport of tlio E2C unining Committee. Office of The Mcthal Life Iusubauce C mpant or New York, Feb. 7, 1893. At a mr-etir-g of the t.ord of Trustees t this Company, held on the 26th day of Decemb r las-, the undesigned were ppoint-d a C niruitte to examine the annual stateni' nt for th ye .r ending December 31, 1S94, and to ver fy the same by comparison with the assets of the Company. The Committee have carefully performed the duty assigned to thm, and hereby cert fv that the statement is in all particulars correct, and that the assets specified therein are in possession of ihe Company. li making thi certificate the Committee bear testimony to the high charactc-of the investments of the Company and exp'ess tlmr approval of the system, order, and accuracy with which the accouuts and vouchers have been kept, und the business in general transacted Mfme , H. O. Von Post, J. Hobart flerrick, Charles R. Henderson. Theo. A. ilavenieyer, Charles E. Miller, Robert Jewell. Board of Trustees. Samuel D. Uabcock, Charl.s K Miller, Henry II Rogers, Charles R Hender.oa, George F lia" cr. He niann U Von rot, Adrian Jelin, Jr., Btuyveeant Kish, m. tr. Uixon, ROBERT Oliver Harriman, CeorceS Coe, Wultrr R. Gillette, J no. W Auchincloss, George Dliss, Dudhv nlcott, Alex. II Rtc- GeorgeS. Rowdoin, Robert Sewell, Iienry W. Smith. ic-h A. McCurdy, II. Walter Webb, I he . Morfor.l, R NV. Peckhxm, Frd Cromwell, Lewis day. Augustun D Jnilliard, Theo. A A. GRANNISS, Vice-President. Robert A. Granuiss, S. V R. Cniger, Robert Olvphant, James C. Ilo den, Ue-ge IIven, William Babcock, J. Hobart Herrick, Julien T. Davies, . Uaiemever. We offer for sale upon very reasonable terms - - - . 5 Lots of Land, each 75x200 feet on Pensacila str et 3 Lots on Piikoi street x Lot, 200x400 feet, with Dwelling House and Out-b ildings, situated be tween Pensacola and Piikoi streets, with a25- t roadway to each of the above streets Parties wishing to purchape good Budding Lots in a desirable loca'ion can purchase any or all of the above at very low prices and upon easy payments. E3rFor particulars apply to FiiE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT - AND INVESTMENT COMPANY, 408 FORT STREET, HONOLULU. Employment Wanted WALTER R. GILLETTE, General Manager. ISAAC F. LLOYD. 2d Vice-PreMde.it HEN RY E. DUNCAN, Jr., Cor Bee. WILLIAM J. EASTON. bertrtry. aLKERT KLAMROTU, Asst. Sec. FREDERIC CROVfWELL Treasurer. . JOHN A. FONDA, Assistant treasurer. J M ES TIM PSON, 2d ssistant Treasurer. WILLIAM P. SAND , Cashier EDW RD P. HULDKN, Assistant Cashier. E'lORY McCLINTOCK. LL D.. K.I A . Aclnarr. JOHN TATLOCK, Jr., ssistant Actuary. WU. W. RICHARDS. Comptroller CIIARLE6 A. PRELLEK. Audi or. H 8. BROWN. Aset. ComDiroller JbD WARD LY.fAN SHORT, General Solicitor. MEDICAL DIRECTORS. GCSTAYUS B. WINSTON. M.D. KLIA6 J. 1JAK8II. M.D. GKANVILLB U. WH1TB, M.D. l" For particulars apply to S. B. .ROSE, General Agent Hawaiian Islands. FERTILIZERS ! YOU MUST HA VE TO 31 A KE GOOD CROPS. PRINTERS a:nd BINDERS THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING COMPANY keens alwavs and constant on hand all the well known CUr.MICAL FERTILIZERS and offers them for sale a' the lowest market 'at-s. They manafacture complete High Grade Fertilizers to any special formula arx guarantee the analysis, and all that other firms do Planters would do wll to wnte the undersigned before ordering anywhere els 7" A dollar saved is a dollar mad. .A.. F. 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HAVING THIS DAY BEEN Ap pointed guardian of James Lore, a ependthrift, notice is hereby given that I will not be responsible for any bills con tracted by him or by any per-on in bia bfhalf, nnless authorized by me in w.itmz. (Hig ) J. LKRED MAGOtiN. Da'ed Honolulu. Fbiuary 14, 1895. 820-rf Assignee's Notice. THE UNDERPINNED, TnE A8 Btenee in bankruptcy of. the Estate of W H Smith, gives n-ti-e that he has filed in the Circuit Court, First Ci cnit, HawiiiUn Ifila d", hi accounts as such Ast-ignee, ano has asked for a settlement of the same and a di- charge, and that heading on the sam as been set for TUESDAY, 4pri9, 195, at 10 o'clock a k. ALFKE W. CARTER. Assignee of the EsUte of W. H- Smitk, Bankrupt. S947-td