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THE DAILY BULLETIN. MAKOH 18, 1895.
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THE GAME OF FOOTBALL
Another Victory is Scored By
In. tho midst of mud and slush
tho Philadelphia and Honolulu
innma Vint.tlnrl fnr unramnnv In A
football camo on Saturday after-
noon. Thero was not a very lareo I
crowd nronnnL hut tlinsn who worn
fourtunato enough to bo thoro woro ,
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Lranipa tn n munn lienor camo man i
tho last one. Tho buff
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tho Philadelphia's colors, and the
rod and white, Honolulu's, were
conspiouous about the grounds, and
there were loud cheors when time
was called and tho olev ens trotted
Captain Olmsted had his mon in
fine condition, and seroral new
faces woro noticed. Captain Crano
of tho Honolulus had tho samo team
he had in tho last game with tho ex
ception oi Ueorge Angus, who had
contracted a cold.
the featherweight pugi
stituted. Frank Anur
lraae acted as
referee and John Wright as
Tho ball was put into play, by tho
Honolulus. The wind was in thoir ,
lavor and tuo ruuiies bad to battio
Parker, riirht half back, car-1
ried tno ball around the loft ond and I
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gained several yards. Chris Holt,
loft ond, took it around tho opposite I
end and was downed within a few
yards of the goal. Antono Lawrence
scored tho touchdown. Singer
kicked tint ffoal. Score fl noints.
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Tho Phillies had the ball iu the
Parker and Crane did
some line playing during
during this play
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iuO xuuuiuiUS. iL' JLUlllies
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lost the ball to tho Honolulus.
Lawrence mado a fumble. Tho bail
was uot finally lost, howovor. On
tho next snap Crano with tho assist
ance of good interference scored a
touchdown. It was ono of the
prettiost runs made throughout tho
gamo.-Sinpor kicked goal. Score:
0 points. Tho game now stood,
Honolulus. 12; Phillies, 0.
TiiS phillios had the ball in tho
third play. 0mst?d made several
brilliant attempts to go acfdss til0
field, but was neatly stopped. Tho
ball was finally lost to tho Hono
lulus, who fumbled it on the first
pass. Tho Phillies then began a
rushing game and succeeded in gain
inK several yardB. Raeso, full back, i
scored a touchdown. A goal was
missed. Score 4.
The Honolulus put the ball in
play, and Crane made one of his
favorito runs around the end. He
was neatly tackled by Olmstead and
brought down. Chris. Holt mado
the next attempt. Rainincr several
yards. Parker, assisted by Lawrence,
scored a touchdown. Singer kicked ,
ior Kunl uu' wisbou. ocuru nouo
lulus, 10; Phillios, 4.
Tho naval men resorted to a buck
ing game, gainiug yard by yard at
overy attempt. Olmstead and
Roonev did tho most effective work.
Near tho goal Rooney mado a final
rush and lauded a neat touch-down.
Sharkey, not satisfied with putting
the ball over tho goal, sont it ovor
the fence. Score Honolulus, 16;
Time was callod shortly after and
tho teams retirod for a few minutes'
In tho socond and final half tho
Phillies had tho ball. Olmstoad
gained nino yards in tho first at
tempt. Reese was hurt in this rush,
but recovered and lined up pluckily.
Through a fumble tho ball was so
cured by tho HonoluluB and one of
tho prettiest plays was witnessed.
It was a double pass between Crano
and Parker. The ball had boon pass
ed to Parker, who settled down for
a loug run around tho loft ond. Tho
naval men started for him. Parker,
however, slipped the ball into
Crane's arms, and the latter went
with it around tho right. He failed
to sccuro a touchdown. It remain
ed for Louis Singer to raise the
score. A touchdown was secured.
No goal was kicked. The score now
stood: Honolulus 20, Phillies 10.
Tho Philadelphias got the ball j
with tho wind against them. Olm-1
stead and Sharkey made effective '
rushes through tho line. Tho Houo
lulus finally got tho ball. It was
fm'sed to Singor, who drove it a
ong kick. A socond time tho ball
was passed to him and ho ropoated
the trick. Tho oval rolled ovor tho
liuo aud Singer rushed up aud fell
ou it, scoriug a touchdown. Score '
Houolulus, 21; Phillies, 10.
Tho Phillios made a plucky uphill '
fight, but gained little ground. ,
Olmstead made an attempt to got
around tho end, but was downed by
Thmnpsnu. The Honolulus got tho
ball ou a fumblo and Crano made
auothor of his zigzag runs and scor
ed a touchdown. Tho iutorferonco
of the Honolulus w.t uxeullunt.
Srtiger kicked a goal. Si'oro Hono
lulus, 30; Phillies, 10.
The Phillies resorted to bucking
through tht center, and filially tho
oval was kicked out of bounds, .
Parker fell on it and no timo was
lost iu putt intr the ball into play, i
No sooner wore tho siguals passed J
when Crauu was halfway down tho
field with tho ball. He mado seve
ral good dodges and aided by good
interference, ho scored a touchdown,
bridging tho total to Si.1 Thompson
missed, a goal. ' '
"No points woro scored in this
Elar, tlrao being called when tho
all had onlv been in play but a few
en time was called
wore civon for tho
plucky Phillios and tho men sought
their quarters to dou thoir sweaters
The Honolulu with white and
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reu cnrvsanmotuuius lumpou into
their bus as fresh as larkp. and tho
road towards town resounded with
the cheers aud hurrahs of tho win
ning team. The Phillies rode home
in a bus also. Thoy took their de
feat good-naturedly. Tho naval men
havo not given up hope of defeating
tho towuboys, and if the cruisor
stay hero is extended, thero will
likely bo anothor gamo in tho near
iam Johnson,1 ,IfJ0U want to buy a really good
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win uuu iub inrKUBb variety iu xiu-
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on wookly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
m"ko a "Palty of rubber stamps.
Inflamed Eyos and
rne success of Hood's Causes
creat Rojolclng-A Perfect Curs.
MUa Cora B. .Ebcrf
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and was restored to perfect health. At that
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Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
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Bole Agents for the Kapabllo of Hawaii.
Alio Deutschen, welche die
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Telogramms zu deui am 1. April
stattfindenden Achtzigsten Go
burtstage des Fuersteu ven Bis
marck befuerworten, werden
aufgofordert, sioh bis zum 20.
Maorz auf dem Kaisorlich
Doutschon Konsulat einzus
chroibeu. J. F. HACKFELD,
Stellvortr. Kais. Konsul.
Several Cottages at Hooerate Rentals.
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Bole ARetita for llie Itepabllo of Hawaii.
, FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING
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Ofllco, 100 Kort Street". Telephone 181.
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333 ITuuanu Utrt.
tin&lisu, Motcti and Amoricno (ioods.
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General Chinese Merchandise
Mot Otis, Kico, Matting,
Ohinese Bilks, Teas, Etc,
Enolinb and American Oroceriea
By Every Coast Steamer.
MUTUAL TKLEPHONE 147.
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HKND TOIt UATALOHHK-M
10JJ-tl Sole Agent, Nuuanu street
Honolulu, H. I., January 7, 1895.J
Tho right of WRIT OP HABEAS
CORPUS is hereby suspended and
MARTIAL LAW is instituted and
established throughout tho Island
of Oahu, to continuo until further
notico, duriug which timo, howovor,
tho Courts will continue in session
and conduct ordinary business as
usual, except as aforesaid.
By tho President:
SANFORD B. DOLE.
President of tho Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Intorior.
Commenolug MONDAY, March
lth, 1895, all liquor saloons will bo
allowed (o romqin open as per tho
conditions of thoir licenses', "ra
r:30x. m. to 11:80 p.m.
During such timo liquors of all
descriptions will bo allowed to bo
sold, providing samo bq drunk on
No liquors shall bo taken away
from such saloons oxcopt Boor, Alo
Tho presence of any person under
the influence of liquor upon any
saloon premises will cause such
saloon to bo immediately closed, as
will also the violation of tho rule
allowing liquors to bo taken away.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal, Eopublic of Hawaii.
All persons who deposited Arms
and Ammunition at tho Police Sta
tion in response to an order to that
effect, aro requested to call and re
ceive tho samo between the hours of
2 and 4. r. m.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, March C, 1895.
All bills against tho Military De
partment contracted between Janu
ary 6 and February 15, 1895, and not
as yet presented, are ordered to bo
presented at the Finance Office be
fore 12 o'clock noon on SATURDAY,
March 10, 1895.
W. G. ASHLEY,
Quartermaster 1st Reg.,N.G.H.
All persons aro hereb notified
that they aro strictly forbidden to
use fire crackers, Chinese bombs or
any fireworks whatovor within tho
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. HITOHCOOK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
Holders of water privileges, or thobe
paying water rates, aro hereby notified
that the hours for Irrlnatlon purposes are
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m. and 5 to 0 o'clock
r. m. ANDREW 1MOWN,
Superintendent of Water Works.
A pproved :
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, March 12, 105. 12.tf
THE WELL KNOWN
Horse, formerly owned
bv John V Howler. In
now for sale Insnec -J-f-
tion and terms mar be had on appllct on
to "A. II.," care Capt, Warson, M anted
I'atrol, Police Station. U37 lw
Four great requisites of
Men's Wealing Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
mado by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 Fort Street
Grocery v Store
322 NUUANU STUKET,
Detweeu Hotel and King Street, next to
otel and King Stn
Has opened a First-class Grocery Store
as above. Ho will keep always on hand
the Ucst and Freshest
American and English Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do his best to please all
Purchases delivered tn all Darts
of the City.
IvEiitvinl Toleplvon.o 257.
c. 3R,. aoxjXiiars,
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fenders, Dashes, Storm Aprons, Etc,
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Workmanship of the liest.
I use Flrst-olaBS Material of my own im
porting. Manufacturer of oil kinds of
Workshop 210 King Street near Maunakea.
P. Q. Box 400.
California Fruit Mirket
Comer King and Alabra Bis.
By Every BUanier from San
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
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New Patented Poi Strainer
tm- All Orders or Communications
addressed to K O. Hall & Bon, L'd.,
iwho havo them on sale), or to M. T.
)onnell, will receive prompt attention.
A. Kawiily Hotel.
Per Week 112
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and the Finest Meals In the City,
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