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Haaalala. II. I.
SA TURD A Y, XO VEMDER 6, 1880.
A match was played, last Saturday, be
tween a team from H. B. M. S. Gannet and
eleven of the Honolulu Cricket Club. The
wickets were pitched at noon, and play was
commenced shortly afterwards ; the visitors
taking the field with their captain (Farqu
har), as wicket-keeper, Fleet and Bishop
bowling. Scrimgeour and T. Lishman
went to the wickets for Honolulu. Lishman
had the misfortune to see his stumps dis
turbed by theflrst ball from Bishop. Miller
took the vacant place, and commenced scor
ing at once by putting the ball to leg for one,
which was smartly run for. Scrimgeour
followed suit. In the next over, Fleet bowl
ed a maiden. Scrimgeour was shortly after
wards bowled by Bishop two wickets down
for 3 runs, one of which was a leg-bye ; an
inauspicious commencement of the match.
Perry took Scrimgeour's place, and Miller
began to knock the ball about freely, scoring
four Irom one drive, and three from another,
sending the ball on the latter occasion into
the scorers' tent. His career, however, was
short, as in the next over Fleet took his
wicket ; as he also did Freeth's, when the
latteT took the vacant place four wickets
for 13. After being joined by W. Lishman,
Perry began to score, but Lishman trying a
run at Perry's call, was not quick enough
for Farquhar, and had to retire without the
opportunity of breaking his duck's egg.
Holds worth next took the bat and after
scoring one neatly, sent one of Bishop's in
to Farquhar's hands six for 18. Perry
had made a drive for three, but immediately
after Holdsworth's mishap, was run out.
Purvis and J. Lishman made repeated
scores until the latter's wicket was taken by
Bishop 8 for 29. His place was taken by
Wodehouse, and for some time the runs
came quickly. This appeared to put the
bowlers on their mettle; they certainly
found out how to put a stop to it, and each
succeeded in bowling a maiden over. Wode
house then made two by a good hit to mid
wicket, but was on the next attempt run out,
his place being taken by Dowsett 9 for 33.
Purvis beginning to score again, a change of
bowling was tried, Chads taking Fleet's
place. Dowsett got one away to leg for a
single and made a drive for two, and was
then bowled by Bishop, the innings closing
for a total of 47.
Johnson and May then took the wickets
for the Gannet's team, T. Lishman and
Freeth bowling. A bye was first run for,
and then Johnson made a score, lifting the
ball, but sending it in a direction which
proved safe. May, after making one run,
was bowled bv Lishman. whose bowling
throughout the match proved very teasinj
tn the hntsmen. and destructive to their
wickets. Chads went in next, and very soon
lost Johnson's comoanv : the latter, after
scorinir three singles, beinjr caught off one
of Freeth's bv Lishman. (Two wickets for
6.) Fleet took his place, and at once made
the game become lively, driving the first
ball for two, and the next for one. Chads
took up the score, making three by a leg-hit
to the fence ; unluckily, whilst trying the
third run for Fleet's next drive, Chads was
run out. Farquahar took his place, and
made a food stand. Fleet, after bringing
his score up to 10, was bowled by Lishman ;
Farquhar shortly afterwards sharing his fate
at precisely the same point in nis score.
Moon had taken Fleet's place, and, though
onlv scoring once, made a good defence,
seeing three ol his comrades out before he
was caujrht bv Freeth, a ball from Lishman
taking the toD of his bat. Ulake, wno toi
lowed Farquhar, was promptly caught by
Miller before he had scored. Sulivan took
his nlace. and ouicklv beffan to score, but
Freeth foon stopped his career by a catch
from one of his own bowling. (7 for 38.)
Up to this point in the innings the score of
the visit infr team looked decided! v oetter
than that of their opponents, who had seven
wickets down for 19. Bishop, who followed
Sulivan, and subsequently carried out his
bat. beiran his innings in a promising way
scorinir a sinerle, and then sending the ball
to square leg for three, but, after each score,
he had the misfortune to see a comrade's
wicket taken; Allison and Rawlings having
to retire in succession with ducks' eggs to
their credit. The innings, therefore, closed
for a total of 42, leaving the Gannet's team
five behindhand. At this point an adjourn
ment was made for lunch, which had been
graciously provided by some lady friends of
cricket, in stvle wnicn aid creau ooin to
their judgment and their hospitality.
Before the match commenced, it was uni
versally believed amongst the Honolulu
cricketers that they were about to be well
beaten. When they found themselves
ahead at the close of the first innings, they
took heart of grace, and went in, saying that
they must now pull off the match. Shortly
after lunch, Purvis and ocnmgeour went in
to face the bowling of Bishop and Moon.
They began in good style, Scrimgeour lead
ing ofi with a drive for two. He then gave
a chance, which point did not go for, and
which leg-on did not succeed in taking.
Purvis made two fine drives for four and
three respectively. This put Bishop on his
mettle, and contriving to find a weak place
in the defence of the near. stump, he sent
this promising batsman into retirement with
a score of 7. Scrimgeour, who had by this
time scored 6, quickly followed him. Moon,
though not such a steady bowler as Bishop,
delivered some fine balls, one of which
proved too much for Scrimgeour's defence
just at the time that he appeared set to make
a stand. 1 . Lishman had succeeded Purvis,
and Miller now joined him, but was very
unlucky, being promptly bowled by Bishop.
(Three wickets for 15.) T. Lishman, how
ever, revenged himself for his duck's egg in
the previous innings, playing steadily, and
at first scoring singles only. Freeth took
Miller's place, and began his score in good
style, but presently skied one of Bishop's,
which was caught by Blake in first-rate
style. Perry now joined Lishman, and the
latter, after making his second drive for four,
found his stumps scattered by a splendidly
delivered ball from Bishop. (5 for 32.) W.
Lishman now went in, and in the next over
skied a ball beyond long-on, for which he got
two, but was less lucky in lifting the next
ball, which was taken in the slips by Fleet.
Holdsworth now joined Perry. The latter
having been run out in the first innings,
appeared determined by careful play to re
trieve his average. When Holdsworth had
faced him he made his first score, but it was
not till the latter had set him an example by
getting well hold of one of Moon's, and
making a capital drive for three, that Perry
let himself out, and began sending the ball
about in his usual style. Fleet took Moon's
place, and soon tempted Holdsworth with a
ball which, when raised, he himself caught
in mat quiet dui aeciaea manner which
characterizes him whether in the field
or at the wicket. boon afterwards
Bishop took Perry's wicket, the latter
having just previously added three to his
score, by one of his favorite drives 8 for
49. J. Lishman and Wodehouse were the
' next batsmen, but after the former had made
! a fine hit to square-leg for three, there was a
; collapse ; with the next ball but one. Bishop
took Lishman s wicket, and wnen xowsen
took his place, served him at once in the
same way. Wodehouse had to carry out
his bat, without any opportunity of scoring.
Total score 52.
Johnson and Farquhar now went in,
Lishman and Freeth bowling. Farquhar be
gan with a score of three, the ball being
overthrown. Johnson also opened his score
with three for a fine drive, but Lishman
took his wicket without allowing him to
add to it Rawlings took his place and
would have scored off his first ball, but he
let his bat go from his hand after the balL
Shortly afterwards he escaped being run out
on a technical point. The bails were off
the wickets before the ball was returned to
the wicket-keeper, and the latter omitted the
precaution of drawing one of the stumps.
Farquhar after scoring nine in good style,
was bowled by Lishman 2 for 14. Raw
lings after scoring one, was caught by
Freeth. Chads and Fleet were now in to
gether and the latter began scoring at once,
but was soon unlucky enough to lift a ball
which Miller very cleverly caught. Fleet
was playing with a bat, much lighter than
customary, or his ball would have been far
beyond reach of the field. After this the
Gannet's team can scarcely be said to have
made any stand. Moon was bowled with
out scoring by Lishman, who similarly dis
posed of Chads, after he had scored two sin
gles 6 for 21. After this the score was
helped by a series of byes and by Blake's
solitary score, a capital drive for three.
Freeth then caught Sullivan from one of his
own balls 7 for 30. Blake and Allison
were soon afterwards mn out in succession,
and May should have shared the same fate,
but for a bungle. The game was closed by
a good catch by Scrimgeour, Bishop having
lifted one of Freeth's. The total score was
34,' leaving the visitors 23 behind . their
The bowling appeared to be better on both
sides, than either the batting or the fielding.
The Honolulu men did not acquit them
selves in the field as well as when they
played against the Pelican's team, and most
of them showed when batting, some lack of
that steadiness and patience, which is so
much wanted at the outset of an innings,
especially when strange bowling is to be
dealt with. , .
A return match is announced for to-day.
We append the batting score no official
bowlinjr score was taken.
HONOLULU CLUB Fibst Isxinqb.
Scrimgeour. b Biabop .. .. ..
Linhman, T., b Bishop ..
Miller, b Fleet, 1. 3. 1. 4, 3 .. ..
Perry, ran oat, 1, 3
Freeth (captain) . b Fleet .. ..
Lishman, W., run oat
Holdsworth, c Farquahar, b Bishop
Purvis, not oat, 1, 1, 1, 3, 1. 1, 2, 2, 2,
Lishman J, b Bishop, 2. 1
Wodehouse, run out, 3, 1, 1. 2 .. ..
Dowsett, b Bishop, 1, 2 ..
By e 1 , leg-bye 1 , wide 1
H. B. M. 8. GANNET Fibst Innings.
May. b Lishman.. .. ..
Johnson, c J. Lishman, b Freeth 1, 1, 1 ..
Chads, run out, 3
Fleet, b Lishman, 2, 1, 1, 2. 3, 1 ..
Farquhar (captain), b Lishman 2,1,1,1,2,1,2
Moon, c Purvis, b Lishman
Blake, c MiUer, b Lishman
Sulivan, c and b Freetb 1. 2
Bishop, not out, 1,3
Allison, b Lishman .. . .
Kawlings, b Freeth
Byes 6, wide 1 . .
HONOLULU CLUB Second Innihos.
Purvis, b Bishop, 4, 3 ..
Scrimgeour, b Moon, 2, 2, 1, 1 ..
Lishman, T., b Bisnop, 1, 1, 1, 1, 4, 4
Miller, b Bishop
Freeth, c Blake, b Bishop, 1, 1, 2
Perry, b Bishop, 1, 2, 2. 1, 3
Lishman. W., c Fleet, b Bishop. 2
Holdsworth, c and b. Fleet, 1, 3
Lishman, J., b Bishop, S .. ..
Wodehouse, not out .. ..
Dowsett, b Bishop
Byes 2, leg-bye 1, wide 2
II. B. M. 8. GANNET Second Innings.
Johnson, b Lishman, 3 .. .. ..
Farquhar, b Lishman, 3, 1, 3, 1. 1
Kawlinea. c Freetb, b Lishman, 1
Chads, b Lishman, 1. 1 .. .. ..
Fleet, c Miller, b Lishman. 1. 1, 2,
Moon, b Lishman .. ..
Blake, ran out, 3
Human, c and b Freeth, 1,1
Allison, ran out.
Bishop, c Scrimgeour, b Freetb, 1,1,
May, not out,
Byes 4, leg-bye 1, wide 1
THE ENGLISH TCKF.
London, Oct. 11. At the Newmarket races
to-day the Clearwell etakee, for two-year-olds,
were won by Balgal, Bosyan second, Leon third.
The second of October Nursery itakea, for two-year-olds,
were won by Warpaint, Davy Jones
second, SyriDga third.
THE BALTIMORE RACKS.
Baltimore, Oct. 20. Monitor won the two
mile race to-day. Time, 3.30. The one-mile
race for three-year-olds was won by Belle of the
West in two straight heats,' Oden second in both
heats, Ella Warfield third in the first beat and
Ignorant third in the second beat. Time, 1.444
The past month has been marked by a large
emigration oi proieaeionai atnletea to .England.
The last batch that left New York was made up
of George Fearn, the champion swimmer ;
lbarles mce, tue long-distance cbamnion run
ner ; J. . Ilaigb, the hurdle jumper, and the
O'Leary combination of pedestrians, who will
pin their faith on Dobler. The entries for the
As tie v Belt hare closed, and among the cedes-
trians who have paid their money are the Amer
icans Dobler, with a record of 531 miles;
Howard, 536 miles, and Pegram, 541 ; and the
Englishmen Koweli, S40 miles ; Blower
Brown, 553 miles ; Corkey, 521 miles ; and
Ilazael, 500 miles.
Additional particulars of the Sheffield Don
caster pedestrian handicap show that Mclror had
a gilt of the race. The English pedestrians
greatly underrated his powers, and it never en
tered into their calculations teat an American
could carry off the laurels. Many Americans
have tried to win a Sheffield handicap, bat Me
Ivor was the first to succeed.
The race between Blackman and Laycock over
the Thames championship course on the 5tb inst.
was not won as easily as reported bj telezraDh.
The course was four and a quarter miles. Laj
cock's time for the first mile was five minutes and
seven seconds, and be completed the course in
twenty-six minutes and fourteen seconds. Lay
cock, until be bad disposed of Blackman, rowed
a stroke of between 38 and 41 per minute.
Laycock has form ally screed to scull a match
race with llosmer of Boston, during the present
month, and another with John llawdon of Dela
val, on November 13tb. The stakes on the
llosmer race are $500 a side.
Ibe London Sportsman says Hanlan is not onlv
rowing easier in style and zoioz back two inches
iiirioer id nis suae man on bis previous visit, bat
is rowing faster in pace than when be rowed
Elliot. The dimensions of his new boat from
Swaddle Sc. Wioship's yard are as follows :
Lcugtb, 30 feet 9 inches; beam. 11 inches:
height at the stem, 3 3-4 inches: heiebt amid
ships, 5 1-2 inches, and height at the stern, 2 3-4
incnes, ncr slide naving a ruo of 25 inches.
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Supreme Court In Banco October Term.
KUAAKA VS. AINIU K AND NANI'I W.
Harris, C. J., Judd and 'lc Cully, J. J.
Opinion by 3IcCirtly, J. , t .
Action of ejectment ' tried at tho present
term, with verdict for the plaintiff under in
structions of the presiding justice with ques
tion reserved for this court. The plaintiff's
declaration claims a life estate with right
of present possession," and he offers in evi
dence, first a conveyance of these premises
from one Kahanu to Aseong and Manini his
wife made September 1873. Second a con
veyance from Aseong to the plaintiff", made
April 1S79. Third a legal certificate of the
divorce granted Aseong from his wife Ma
nini obtained January 1S79 for the cause of
And relics on Section 1331 of the Civil
Code " When a divorce is decreed for the
adultery or other offense amounting thereto,
of the wife, the husband shall hold her per
sonal estate forever, and he shall hold her
real estate so long as they shall live, &c.
The defendants counsel moved for a non
suit on the ground. First that there was no
evidence to sustain the life estate alleged in
the declaration and, Second that there is no
evidence that Aseong is still alive. The
plaintiff's counsel contends that the claim of
a life estate is supported by proof of a life
estate in some one other than the . plaintiff
who claims it, to wit, in Aseong, and that he
having been shown to be living in April 18"T9,
the date of his deed, he shall be presumed
to live till shown to be dead, that is; so pre
sumed for a natural life time. But we are
of opinion tkat the declaration can have but
one meaning, and that when the plaintiff
claims a life estate simply, it is an estate
for his own life. ' If it is an estate for the
life of his grantor it should be set forth, wit h
a further allegation that the life is still in
existence. The verdict therefore oh this
declaration is not good, for it is not true. It
gives an estate for the life of Kuaaka, where
as Kuaaka holds if at all, for the Hves of
Aseong and JManini.
The defendant's counsel now asks . to
amend the declaration,' but we think it is
too late to amend in a matter of substance,
in the appellate court.
J. M. Davidson, for plaintiff; E. Preston,
for defendant. Nonsuit ordered.
Chas. C. Harris,
A. Francis Judd,
Honolulu, X)ct. 22, 18S0.
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containing four rooms. Wsier laid on. Nice garden, etc
For particulars, address X. Y. Z., care P. O. ADEKVTIS-
L. C. 6RESOVICH & CO..
Importers &c Dealers in
Cal.Fresh& Dried Fruits & Produce
No. 37, Queen street, opposite C. Brewer A Co.
A SUPPLY OP FRESH A PPLES. PKACHIC,
Apricots. Plums. Bartlett Pears, Grapes, Ac also,
LARGE KASTKRN OY8TKRS IN SHELL, will he received
by every steamer from Han Francisco.
All goods sold guaranteed sound.
XT Oive us a call and see for yourselves. jy 31
" Big Collar n Harness Shop
C . HAMMER,
86 KING STREET
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER !
Fine Single & Double Buggy Harness,
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts,
Riding Bridles. Saddles & Whips
Currycombs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
And every necessary for stable use at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
07 Repairing of every description done in the best possible
manner, with the best materials, at lowest workmen's rates.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
t& Look for the "Big Collar!" -I
A. W, PEIRCE & CO.,
NO. 40 QUEEN ST.. HONOLULU.
HAVE ON HAND
THE LARQKPT AND
MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
Ship & Naval Stores,
Other Goods in our Line I
To be found on the Sandwich Islands. Additions
We are Constantly Receiving
FROM THE '-
United States & Europe,
VVKALIIiG GEAR. ALL KINDS
vThala Boats and Boat Stock,
Chains and Anchors, all sises;
Hems aad Manilla Cordate.
Cotton and Hemp Duck and Twine.
Tar, Pitch and Turpentine
Sperm Oil, Lard Oil,
Polar Oil, Beat Oil,
China Hut Oil,
Brass and Galvanized
Llarinc Hardtvaro !
Msssry's Patent Logs.
rharta. Comnasaea. Sextants,
North A Sontb Pacific Directories.
Marine, Opera and Spy Glasses, etc.
Yellow Metal Sheathing 6z Nails I
Beef, Pork and Molasses,
Kice, Beans and Coffee, Ac, Ac.
Hay, Bran & Oats,
Ground Barley, Ground Oats. etc.
!' A Pierce's - Liictt.
Perry Davis' Pals Killer, 4c
All of which will be sold at
LOWEST RATES !
BT A. W. PEIRUS 4 CO.
OR BROOMS. COCOAMOT BROCMS,
Hickory Brooms, wiun Broom., uusu wu sroocna.
tot tele by A. W. PJtlRCE . CO,
PA IN TO & VARNISH.
LACK fARKISH. BRIGHT VARNlftH,
Uaoaar varnlsn, rain is, au rotor copper raini.
far Sale by A. W. PKIRCB A CO.
MBT1L-LINE BLOCKS, PATENT BLOCKS,
Common Blocks. GalTanised Iron Blocks, Hsary
Purchase Blocks. For Sale by .
A. W. fallCE m CO.
FOE 8A1L1S !
Caiirjniia Eeei, CalifGrnia Pirlr,
By LaU ArriTala. . For Sate taw, by
myl S0 ly A. W. FElftCa A CO
W E2 2La 2Li S ,
115 Fort SJtx-?et,
The Honolulu Book-DIndory.
DOES BINDING of ALL DESCRIPTIONS
The Work executed at this Establishment i nnder the
supervision of MR. JOHN L. RKK-4, vtha is well-known as
an experienced workman, and cannot be urpaed.
Work Done at Lowest Rates
WHITNEY A ROBERTSON.
Stationers, Publisher, News Dealers and Hook-UiDilers.
HAVING PURCHASED THE ENTIRE
Stork of Mesnrs. Grsnt Sr Robertson, and having leased
the premtsrs recently occupied by them, at the corijer of Fort
and Hotel sireits, beg to announce that he now of v
Great Bargains, Great BafgJV I
Goods Cheap for Cash.
All of which will be sold at the
Xowosat IPossaillslo 7 fttOH
Ail of the Block now on hand will be
Sold at a Croat Reduction
To make room for fresher and uewer Goods. Jy3l
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
Mrs. L. J. Whitcomb, '
Her New and full stork of
ALL OF TnK
Latest Styles and Patterns !
a-L 4T JJKR H6PIDICNt,5a.fl'L .
No. 92 King StreC'Jonolulu.
U" Hats and Bonnets trimmed In the latest styles of the art,
.,,. : 1 .- J 4' ;
General Millinery Business transacted.
F A HI F I V V O JVI M EKCIAI.
J3-$jL it 1? 4 s 2
BOOK AND JO B
No. 23 Mrrrbant Street,
i , t .
r ' a "',,.'' 1 .' ' - -. ' ' ' '
Is Ar.1n,otnle,Ljei to Possess the Rest Annul
ment of Rook and
JOB PRINTING TYPE,
Of any Other Office in the .Sandwich Inlands
.. . , -AND 18
Well Adapted to the Superior Printing
POSTEHS OP ANF SIZE!
PLAIN OR FANCY COLO Hh.
A L 8 O
ermona. i ! ,; Drafts, ? j, .
Tai Lists, Uases,
'"' Oatalognes, - - tnn .
NEWS PA PERS, OILL.UEAOK,
; Ball Cards, ' ; ' '
Caoeert Bills, Blank Notes, v '
Road Notices, Bills Lading,
1 w Bcnooi Rtoru, f Prlc Careen I
. ' J ! I S
t.i Wedding- Cards:
Uinisterial Eeports, 1 Pamphlets, Books..
Tas Bills,' Lectures, ' Bonds,
Concert Tickets, Pestlf al Tickets,
' Steamboat Tickets,
Certificates of Stork,
Excursion Tickets,, ' '
Certificates of Devoalt.
Bills ol Kxsaaagt
Tagso every style. .
Apothecaries' Labels, i
Rewards of .Merit, . f
Dry Goods Taga, t
Lecture Tick eta,
GUIs of Fare,
Urn era of Xxerclsss, i i
. ttr Handings,
, NoU Headings,
Show Cardf I
Check Books. '
Stock Lists,' . " " ,
Envelope. , ' . ' BtJlata. ,
With ample Hattrials of Htwett Etylt
FAST PRESSES, AHD GOOD WORKMEH,
Wt seldom fail in giving satisfaction to our 1 off
NO. 23 UEBCirAirT 'STREET
t. C. ADVERTISED CO.,