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THlj' QARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1920..
Save Your Clothing
7 COXOM.Y demands that the expensive shirt, the flue gown
- or the suit be laundered, cleaned or dyed only by
THE METHOD EXQUISITE
and DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS
J. ABADIE, Prop. Honolulu
(Send the package by Parcels Tost)
Gone, and Good Riddance
THE OLD FOUR
LEGGED BATH '
TUB 13 ON THE
THAT space underneath and behind the old four-legged bath tub
has given housekeepers more trouble than any other place in
There is no reason why a bath tub should stand on legs. The Pem
broke does not, and its the last word in beauty, comfort and sanitation.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Wholesale Distributors, Honolulu.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU AND HILO
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IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Builders' Hardware Crockery Glassware Silverware
Sporting Goods Fishing Tackle . Firearms Ammunition
Refrigerators Spark Plugs
Varnishes Brushes Oils
Saddlery Roofing Trunks
Fancy and Staple Lines, Feed, etc.
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Writers of Fire, Marine, Compensation, Automobile and Miscellaneous
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Line.
1'pon application information will be cheerfully furnished in regard to
any of our lines in which you may be interested.
A Child dashing out from the Sidewalk
into the street for a ball might be injured by the most careful driver
I in the world.
1 First Comes the Doctor.
t Then perhaps the Lawyer.
If you are insured with us we take care of them both and pay such
damage as you are responsible for within the terms of your policy.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
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You cannot deny them.
Motorists buy Zerolene
because it is good lubrica
ting oil ; because it makes
the car last longer.
More than half the mo ,
torists of the Pacific Coast
states use Zerolene. Such
approval is never an acci
dent; it is given only as
a reward to products of
Use Zerolene for Correct
Lubrication of your auto
mobile, truck or tractor.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
each type of engine
Lihue and Makee
Win Sunday's Gaines
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tans. Pacheco hits to first and is
tagged. Nobuto dies at third. Two
Lacs Fernandez Touts to first; Aklta
goes first on error at third; he steals
second. Okuda grounds out second to
first. Tank flies out to left. Aklta
dies at first. One run.
Macs Ventura hits but is thrown out
third to second. Veto gets first on a
chance, but is run out of second. Wa
tase thrown one pitcher to first. No
Lacs Perreira flies out to left. Prl
oste gets a hit and steals second.
Mltzu fans; Dol grounds out second
to first. Prioste dies at second. No
Macs Hamada gets first on error
at short but is thrown out catcher to
second. Burgess flies out to third;
Nobuto flies out to second. No runs.
Lacs Carvalho flies to third. Fer
nandez gets first on error at short and
steals second. Okita sacrifices and
brings Fernandez in. Okuda goes first
on error at right. Tank hits for a sin
gle. Perreira flies out at center. Tank
ies at first. One run.
Macs Pedro fans; Furtado thrown
out pitcher to first; Pacheco fans. No
Lacs Prioste hits for a three bad
ger. Mitzu goes on error at short. Doi
sacrifices and advances Mitzu. Car
valho gets first on error at center but
is killed while trying to steal. Prioste
scores on error by catcher. Fernan
dez hits and steals second; Akita hits
for' first. Okuda Is safe on error at
first while Mltzu and Fernandez
scores Akita dies at home.
Macs Ventura fans; Veto fans:
Watase gets beaned, but' dies at first
when Homada flies out to center. No
Lacs Tank grounds out third to
first; Perreira lands safe at first on
error at third. Prioste fans; Mitzu
fans. Perreira left on third. No rnn
Eigth Inning Furtado thrown out
pitcher to first; Pacheco gets first on
wild pitch; Kamaku grounds out sec
ond to first and Pacheco is thrown out
at third. No runs.
Walter Sanburn gave general satis
faction as umpire.
MAKEES SLAUGHTER McBRYDES
Again demonstrating that although
they may not be able to defeat Lihue
even with a big lead in the early in
nings, they can always beat McBryde
by a top heavy score, the Maiteea
Journeyed to Eleele on Sunday and
slaughtered Captain Henderson's Dets
to the tune of 14-6. The "again" above
refers to the last game between the
Makees and McBrydes last year when
the former knocked out the latter's
chances for the championship of the
second series by massacring them by
the score of thirteen to eight.
Errors galore by the losers, and
heavy hitting by the winners featured
the game. Robello, McBryde's best
bet, opened up for the home team but
lasted only two innings, as the visitors
whaled his shoots to the four corners
of the field and annexed five" tallies.
Andrade, the boy with the snap-arm
throw, succeeded him but was unable
to check the onslaught, as seven runs
in four innings were added to the vi
sitor's run column when he gave way
to Wramp. The latter started in great
style, fanning Arcla and King in suc
cession, but they soon got his range
and two runs trickled oyer the pan be
fore the game ended.
The Makees transformed their star
and the youngster's work Justified the
third baseman, Hoopil, Into a pitcher
change, as he held the McBrydes to
three runs in seven innings and re
tired to give the other pitchers a
chance to experiment with their arms,
as they had the game sewed up tight.
Soong, who had been doing the back
stopping in previous games, was put
back in his old position at third and
Wolters did the catching. Arcia and
King in the outfield did stellar work,
each cutting off a couple of runs by
hard running catchers with two on
and two outs. The latter was the
star of the day, securing a home run,
a triple and a single in six attempts.
Willie Wolters also caught a great
game, stopping low and high heaves,
and making a hard running catch of a
foul fly from the bat of Captain Hen
derson in the 7th innings.
Although umpire baiting is Dot con
s dered good sportsmanship, the Ma
kee supporters in a way had good rea
son for being peeved at Umpire Dun
can, officiating on the bases, eve",
though their team won, as some of
his decisions were certainly raw. He
had a habit of calling them as he
thought they should be, and not as he
Baw them after the play had been com
pleted. To illustrate; in the Cth.
Tsunehi.o hit a grounder to Maderos
at short who threw to first. Before
the ball had reached first Duncan
called the runner out, but the throw
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Waimea, Kauai, T. H.
was wide and first baseman Hender
son, in stretching for the ball was
pulled a foot off the bag. The decision
although a raw one, stood, as the um
pire could not change a decision based
purely on. Judgment.
MAKEE AB RHSBPOA E
Arcia, cf 6 2 2 0 1 0
Kano, If' G230200
Bun hee, ss 6216340
Tsunehiro 2B 4104010
Soong,3b 6 10 0 14 1
Morita, p 0 0 a 0 0 2 1
Hoopii, lb., 4 1 1 1 11 0 1
Wolters, c 3200511
Rodrigues, lb 5 2 2 0 13 0 0
Cummings, rf 1000000
Shiral, rf 2000000
Robello, p. rf..
i. AB R
9 11 26 14 3
0 2 3
1 11 0
0 2 0
0 0 0
39 6 12 6 27 12 12
143104 10 114
Fourth inning: Andrade called out
by umpire, Robello batted out of turn.
Summary: Hits off: Robello 3 in 2
innings. Andrade 33. Wramp 34
Hoopii 8 in 7. Morita 4 in 2 innings.
Home run: Kano; three base hits; Ka
no. Perreira and Wramp;tvo base hit:
Perreira; sacrifice hits: Henderson;
double play: lshimura to Henderson;
base on balls: off Robello 3, Andrade
1, Wramp 2, Hoopii 3; struck out: b.v
Andrade 1, Wramp 3, Hoopii 1; Pass
ed balls: Gabriel 2, Wolters 1; hit by
pitcher: Shiral and Soong; umpires:
Sheldon and Duncan; time: 2 hours
55 minutes; scorer : Teraoka.
STANDING OF TEAMS
P W L PC
Lihue 3 2 1 750
Makee 3 2 1 750
Makawell - 2 1 1 500
McBryde . 2 11 500
Kilauea 2 0 2 000
Next Sunday's games will be as fol
lows: McBryde vs Makaweli at McBryde.
Lihue vs Kilauea at Lihue.
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ly and at once.
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have it sent by freight.
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The Rexal Store
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of work. This engine operates on gasoline, distillate or
kerosene. Standard sizes are 'M, -t5, (id ami 73 horse
Jf you hiidir engines you will he pleased with the Holt.
Write or see us for particulars.
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