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VOL. IX. NO. 1271.
HONOLULU, H. 1., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 'i.'J, 1815.
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'RAH I 'RAH! HONOLULU.
Townlos TJofoat tho Flagship Boys i
In the Football Match.
Tho football R.imo botwt-eu tho U.
S. flagship I'biladclphia olovon aud
tho Honolulu team took place at tho
Lengno lia?uhall grounds at !1:80
o'clock aliarp yesterday nfturiioon. '
Loii beforo llio titno streams of
cnrrinfes and crowdod traincars wero
dropping their loads at tho scono of
uport. A laro numbor of bluo
iackets had been granted shorn
liberty ami they attended in full
forcH. Tho grand stand was pretty
well filled when tho game started.
Prof. Merger ami tho Government
baud wero present ami opened tho
ball with "Mnrchiuir Through deor
gia." Tho teams lined up as previously
roportod in this paper. Tho oflicorP,
men aud admirers of tho naval visi
tors carried caues with red, whito
and bluo ribbons; while some car
ried full horns witli bufT nud bluo
colore. These had not many occa
sions, howovur, to toot tho horns.
As tho teams lined up it was evi
dent that tho lMiiladelphias wero by
far tho hoavior mou and they look
ed tho strougor team. Tho town
boys, however, had enniideneo writ
ton on their faces aud wero bunt on
doing their bust. They wuro in fine
trim and Captain Crann woro a look
of satisfaction. Tho Honolulu? put
tho ball iu play. Chris. Holt played
center aud James Thompson quar
terback. Signals having passed tho
ball was thrown to Palmer Parker,
who carriod tho ball, aided With lino
interference, to within a few yards
of tho Philadelphia's goal. (Jhrit.
I Holt made a brilliant dash through
tho Hue, scoring four. Fullback
Singer failed to kick tho ball ovor
tho goal. Crane did somo excellent
intorferenco. The 'ball was got
through iu two and a hall miuutas.
, The Philadolphifts lost the ball on
a fiuo tackle made by Crane on an
attempt by Captain Olmsted to kick
the ball. Chrir. Holt through inter
ference carried the ball soveral
yards. Palmer Parker secured it
next and made a touchdown, An tone
Lawrence and Ed. Holt guarding
him as he ran across tho line. Ano
ther four for the Honolulu?. Siogor
failed to send tho ball between
The Philadelphia on tho next
play wero tackled in lino stylo and an
advance was neatly foiled. The
ball was passed to Warrington, who
made an ineffectual attempt to pass,
tho Honolulu's Hue. Olmsted kicked
tho ball too low, and striking some
of the men it bouuded back. Goorgo
Kosa secured it and ho ran across
Clio liu. going outside of tho bounds
as ho did so. Chris. Holt paiced
tho ball to Craue, who socured a
touchdown, four points. Craue
kicked a goal, two poiutc. The Ho
nolulus mado fourteen points in
lu tho next play Tutu of tho Phila
delphia was winded and Heed took
his place. Through fumbling tho
Houolulus lost the ball, ami Phila-
del p hia made tho only gain through
out the gamo. Olmsted carried tho
ball to within five yards of tho goal.
aud Warrington took it across, se
curing a touch down. During this
play Spencer fouled by tackling bo
low tho waist and lost to tho Hono
lulu fifteon yards. Sharkey mado a
good showing, but Olmsted did tho
most work. Tho game now stood
11 to 4 iu favor of tho Honolulus.
I Grauodidlho most work iu thy
noxt play. Ed. Holt and Louis
Siugor mado ineffectual attompts to
' cross at both ends of tho lino.
Crano carried tho ball ten yards ou
tho first rush. Parker failed to got
across, but Crane was more success
ful, and a touch-down was scored.
James Thompson kicked tho goal.
I The gamo now stoal: Honolulu 20,
Philadelphia L A rest was takou of
ton minutes, during which tho
friends of either teams congratulat
ed thorn on thoir plays.
Iu tho second half tho Philadel-
, phias had tho ball. It was passed to
, Olmsted, who gained nine yards, but
would have gnuo farther had ho
j been guarded bettor. As the Phila
del phias wore uuablo to gaiu nny,
tho ball was given to tho Honolulus.
They did not have it long, however.
Olmsted was thrown tho ball at a
givim signal, which tho local team
1 was on to, and meant a kick. A
rush was mado and tho ball struck
Ed. Holt and bounded. Thompson
caught it and, guarded by Craue aud
Chris Holt, carried it across tho lino.
Thompson kicked a goal. Scoro 26
The Philadelphia attempted a
kick this time. The ball was picked
up by Singer, pasted to Chris Holt.
Crano secured it and Parker carried
it across. The trick was a slick ouo
and won tho npplauso of the assem
blage. Pnrkor wou encomiums for
his oxcellont riiuuiug aud dodg
ing. Score 30 to 4.
i In tho noxt play there was con
siderable amusoment over an at
tempt by Sharkey the pugilist to
rush through the ceutro of tho Ho
nolulus. Thnboys piled on him
and carried him back nino yards.
Ou n fumble Parker got the ball
and a touchdown was scored. He
kicked tho goal. Scoro 30 to 1
ThuPhiladelphiasontho first play
woro tackled by Chris. Holt anil
downed. Eilers mado an attempt
to pan but wa neatly thrown. Tho
ball was lo.it and Angus tried to get
through. Ho was successful, being
assisted with lino interference A
goal was missed. Scoro 40 to 4.
Thoro was only threo minutes loft
to ploy at this stago ami tho Phila
delpluas had given up hope.
Philadelphias kicked ttio oval
sphere. It was picked up by Siugor,
who, however, was downed. Tho
Philadelphias got tho ball again.
Olmsted attempted a kick, tho ball
bounced back, nud Thompson catch
iug it carried it across. A goal was
kicked by tho snnio player. Scoro
Houolulus 40, Philadelphias -'.
Only a minute was left and dur
iug.which tho Philadelphias could
not gain a yard. An accident hap
pened to hilers, of their players.
Lie fell during a sculllf, spraining
his left leg.
The baud played Star Spangled
Bauner while tho Honolulu team
1 was being photographed by ClitTord.
Tho Philadelphia colors faded out
of sight and tho Honolulu's red
fluttered. Threo cheers wero given
for the Philadelphias. They mado
a gallant fight but wero no match
for tho Liliputians of Hawaii.
Another football gamo will be
played on March 9, when tho Phila
delphias will enter n stronger team.
Center Hiuchliffo says he will not
play another game like tbe last one
Two Sportivo Barbura Cauao Sovero
Injury to a Portuguese Boy,,
Two well-known young barbers
driving iu a buggy ran over a Portu
guese boy yestordav afternoon near
tho League basoball grounds, badly
injuring tbe lad. Tho men wero
driving at a very fast rate and the
boy was standing near the fence ou
tho inauka side. Tho front wheel
caught the boy, threw him dowu
aud passed over his head, cutting
his face. Tho hind wheel wont over
his log, fracturing it. Several oyo
witnesses state it was a shame, and
the moil ought to be punished.
Only a short while buforo tuo buggy
i nearly collided with a hack. Tho
boy is confined to his homo.
m 9 m
The work of laying tho now water
pipes is going nhead without iutor
' ruptiou. On King stroot, tho bridge
has beuu reached, aud by tho end of
March or eoouor residents of Kalihi
will bo supplied with plenty of
water. Tho water question has al
ways boon a sorious drawback to
that section, aud now that the work
1 is approaching to that point, a boom
' ought to sot in in laud values. Thoro
' is plouty of good laud in that vici
nity. A Croat Battlo
Is continually going on iu the hu
man system. Tho demon of impure
blood strivos to gain victory over
tho constitution, to ruin health, to
, drag victims to the grave. Hood's
J Sarsaparilla is the weapon with
which to defend one's self, drive tho
desperate enomy from tho field, and
rostoro bodily health for many years.
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