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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAY 6, 1895.
SATURDAY'S BALL GAME.
Ootnos Near Breaking Up in' a Gen
Tlio Unknowns wrested tho first
lamo of tho Lonjiuw basojjnll sories
from tlio Stars on Saturday aftor
noou in groat stylo. Tin attontlance
was not very larK, owing probably
to tho fact that tho gauut was not
ailvortisod. Xovirtlnli'ss tho boys
put up fairly good ball. Tho Un
knowns woro whito and black with
tlio lottur U ou tho shirt. Tho Stars
looked pretty in broun shirts and
trousers and white caps, sUr being
prominent on the shirt front Uotli
teams scorned to bo in fino fottlo
and after each had lifteen minutes'
practice tho boll was rung for the
gnmo Captain Thompson of the
Unknowns won tho toss ami took
tho field. Tho Stars failed to score
in tho first and second innings, but
in tho third Willio Wilder managed
to cross tho homo plate through a
luisundorstandtn: between tho ball
and Uuknowu fielders. In tho third
inning Georgo Angus scored a base
hit, stolo second and was sent, homo
by a daisy hit by Willio Wilder.
Tho last named was sent homo by
Harry Wilder. The Stars failed to
score again until tho fifth inning
whou Lionel Hart.Willio Wilder aud
"W. 0. Wilder each scored. Xo ad
vance was made by this nine until
tho eighth inning whou John Gan
zol, first baseman, drove tho Bphoro
to doep center making a thrto-baso
hit and later coming homo leisurely
ou a passed ball. This made tho
Star's total number of runs, 0.
Tho Unknowns who wont ouo bet
tor than tho Stars scored their runs
as follows: Arthur Miranda secured
first base ou balls, stolo second tho
ball being thrown over the second
baseman's head and covered tho
homo plate before tho ball could bo .
rocovored. Tho socond witnessed a
comedy of errors ou the part of the
Stars, which resulted in Geo. Dim-
can, Geo. Wood, Chris Willis and '
James Thompson piling up four I
runs. Thompson made a beautiful I
drive in this inuiu sr. He hit for a
homo run and got it. Geo. Wood I
made a three bagger in the fourth j
inning an J was assisted home. Tho
Unknowns failed to score until the
last half of thi ninth inning when
Tom 1'ryco made tho winning run, I
tho seoro standing 7 to 0 in favor of l
tho Unknown-. j
Tho score was as follows:
12 3 10 0 7 8 9 !
Stars 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 0-G
Uukuown 11010000 17 j
Several good sized substantial '
kicks wore made by Captain Gauzel j
aud players of the Stars ovor deci
sions by tho field umpire Henry i
Kaia. lu the seventh inning tho
umpire called Hart out at second.
Tho judgment was appealed to Harry i
Whitney, and tho latter uphold i
Kali's decision. Kaia was so elated '
ovor this action that ho fort him
self aud waved his hat. The Star ,
players were quite incensed over the
Lionol Hart and Harry Wilder of
tho Stars made a good battery, con
sideriug tho short prictice they
have had. John Gauzel, first baso
man is a "la la." Ho played a bril
Captaiu Thompson of tho Un
crowns did some very pretty play
ing on second. Pitcher Woods aud
Tom Pryce, battery, won applause
for admirablo work in their respect
ive positions. Chris Willis was at
home at first.
THE JAPANESE THEATB3.
Tli' Attsndance is Small but tho
Thore was but a small attendance
at tho Japanese theatro on Nuuauu
stroot Saturday evening. Those who
were prosout however Boomed to en
joy tho play, which, as explained by
tho tickut-mau, was basod on ancient
history. Tho stage was decorated
with Oriental characters. On tho
inauka ond was statiouod the
orchestra which consisted of a Japa
nese woman with an instrument
somewhat resombljng a banjo, aud
two mala companions. The males
chanted at intervals while the
female thrummod on tho instru
ment. There wero two or throe
duols botweon malo aotors and tho
proverbial fomalo sympathizer with
tho wounded always nppoared on (
mo sceno. J. no cosiuiuos ui jyiuiuiiu
woro pretty aud in somo casos elabo
rate to a dogreo. Towdor and paiut
wero prominent on tho visagos- of
tho actors and actressos.
Tbo dressing rooms wore in the
lonr. Tuosu who did the touching
tin woro nil fomnloa. Tho actors aro
dro8od in one apartment and pow
dered and painted in another room.
Thero aro three attendants in etch
apartment. When roady to go ou
the actors await Hie signal whiuh is
tho striking of a torn torn.
As their expenses aro light the,
theatrical company is doubtless do
ing well. An admission fee of
twenty-live .cents is chargod. On
Saturday no said was sold or permit
ted to bo drunk ou tho promises.
Hood's is Good
Makes Pure Blood
Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, MiM.
"It Is wltli plctturo tint I k'vo you tho details
of our llttlo May' sIckticM mid licr return to
health by tho uso of Hood's S.irsnp.irllla. Slit
was taken down with
Fovcr and a Bad Cout;h.
Following this a soro cimo on licr right side be
tween the two lower ribs. In n short tlmo An
other bruko on tho left side. Sho would tako
i pells of snro mouth nnd when wo had succeed
ed In overcoming tills sho would uder with at
tacks of high fever nnd expel bloody looking
corruption. Her head was nfleetetl and matter
oozcu trora tier cars. After each attack sho be-
enmo worso nnd all treatment failed to rIvo her
relief until we began to mo Hood's H.irsaparlll.i.
After she had taken one-hull bottle w o could seo
that sho was better. Wo continued until she
bad taken three bottles. Now sho looks like
The Bloom of Hoalth
and li fat m a pig. Wo feel Rrntctul, and cannot
Iuy too mucli In favor of Hood's Hiirsarurllla."
Ins. A. M. Adams, Inman, Tenneijce.
Hood's Pills net e.illly, ret promptly ii1
fBclcntly, on the liter and bonels. 23c
Hoforon Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole AKnts for the Kepuhltr nf Hawaii.
yon Insure It Is well to do so In cnnir
penles whos reputations have built
upon strong foundations.
Companies represented by John M.
Dow bktt (successor to tun late 0. 0.
Merger) have stood ull the tests ne
cosary to convince any one that
their capital la ample and the prin
ciples niion which they are governed,
are paid promptly and without nn
nece3ary delas. The assets of a
company Is the best proof uf Us so
lidity and ability to pav loses. The
list given will satisfy even "The One
The New York Life,
London & Lancashire Fire Insur
U. S. Branch.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
Palatine Fire Insurance Co.,
U. 8. Branch.
Thames & Mersey Marine Insur
J3F Policies for oithor Lifo,
Firo or Mnrino Insurance issued
in any of tho above named Com
panies at tho lowest rates and on
any of tho numerous plans ad
vertised. Your patronage is so
licited. JOHN M, DOWSETT,
1290-lm Merchant Street, Honolulu.
A toe for Horsemen
1 Latest Improved Frazler Sulky
With Pneumatic Wheels. Also,
1 Stt Ball Bearing High Wheel!.
All in First-class Order. Inquire of
Order. Inquire of
0. W. MAOFAHLANE.
FIO YEN KBB & CO.,
41 Niiunuri titrwi
Tinsmiths, Plumbing, Etc.
I'KOdKKItY and OLASHWAKK.
JOB PRINTING traZX'fo
liuil.KTiN I'ubushiko Co,. Ld. Flriit-olaB
Commercial Work a Bpeclalty. Estlmatet
given. Orders (romitly executed.
Did yon notice that wo
mudo no mention uf the ar-,
rival of the goods purchased
for us by Mus. Fueimanx
while on her recent trip KphIV
There was a reason for it
and a simple enough one too,
if you will only stop to think.
You knew and everybody
J el-.e knew that we were going
! to bring something into this
I market that was new and
catchy. There was no n ed
1 to advertise it, the judicious j
! buyers of Honolulu watch the '
j arrival of our goods, tin y j
know that if there is anything
' nice to be had we get it, in
fact that we set the pace on
New Goods, Stylish Goods,
at prices that are just right.
This week, in addition to
the regular run, we arc going
to make a hole in our pile of
Comforters ! !
While the counters loaded up
Colored Cotton Ducks,
Colored Cotton Ducks,
Pique, Pique, Pique,
will also bo an attractive
B. P. EHLKRS & CO.
HOP HING & CO.,
02 HOTEL STREET
unw unwnn uuiui
Wholesale Dealers In
Liprs aid Manila Cigars
General Chinese Merchandise
Nut Oils, Rice, Matting)
Chinese Bilks, Teas, Ete,
EngUih and. American Qrocerlw
By Every Coast Bteamer.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 147.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea GLXld OofX&e
IT AIX BODU
THK FINEST BRANDS Of
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON BAND.
S. J. yrOT-iTB3, Prop,
Regan Vaporfi Pa Gas
Mm & Launches !
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
They cannot be surfaced for motive
fW-BEND FOK CATALOGUE -m
1033-tl Bole Agent, Nuuanu street.
Real Estate and Loans
The enlargement of tho LOAN Market
so ns to cover the wants and necessities of
the large number of honorable people who
arc not owners of unincumbered Ileal
Estate was one of the most necessary Inno
vations of recent years. To many It has
meant relief from pressing claims at the
very time when most essential. When
properly and honorably conducted this
business Is of iimally great Importance
and value to tho community as Building
and 1oan Associations havo proved them
selves to be.
The Hawaiian Investment Co,
Makes a peclalty of Negotiating and Pro
curing Loans for Borrowers who are un
able to discount their Notes at the Banks
and who do not cure to obllgato them
selves to tome friend or acquaintance by
asking his endorsements to their Note.
This Company will make Loans upon
Household Furnlturo, Pianos. Organs,
Horsos, Mule, Wagons, Currlugcs ami
i'crsoual Property without removing the
Properly from the Borrower's possession,
and nil business will bn conducted on a
STRICTLY C0NFI1KITIAL BASIS.
Tbo Hawaiian Investment Co.,
General Heal Estate Aoents,
13 nnd 1G Kaahun.anu Streti,
(Nar Po-tOmce )
Notary public. Mutual Telephone 639.
Wholesale ' Retail.
PULL LIN0 OP
Japanese'.' Goods I
Sill and Cottoo Dwsi. Goods,
w. ate. ato., .
SilUwaod tope Shirts
- OK COMPLETE HTOOK -
Made by Yamatoja of Yokoiiaruk
Mr When yoa are In need of any line
of Japanese Goods, Rite as first nail and
say going all around town.
DOS STort St., xuu Cuatonx Sovlm
Wm.G. Irwin & Co.
Win. O, Irwin. President ana Manager
Olana Bpreokeli, Vice-President
W. M. Qlffard, - Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. 0. Port' Auditor
AGENTS OP THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OK HAM FUANOIHUO. UAL
Bell Til. 881. Motual Tel. 607.
P. O. BOX 321.
128 & ISO FOHT BT11EET.
Orders from the other Islands In
BiUdlng, TrlMJBlng, Paint lag, Etc., Etc.,
Promptly Attended to.
W. W. WRIGHT, Prop.
(Baocesaor to G, West.)
t, a, smrsoif.
JONES & SIMPSON,
Acconntants and Commission Agents.
HODSE, LAND AND
General Business Agency,
Conveyancing and Legal Documents
DUAWINGB AND TUACINGS MADE.
JBW .iriiliaiuiiUHB li a'ioiiuii, uriiunii,
Spanish, Portuguese. Dutch, Italian and
I Hawaiian. Hills Collected and Accounts
Offloo, 30S IkCeroliaxit St.
O. B. DWIOHT
Does all kinds of Work In
foment & Stone Sidewalks' & Curbing.
He has on hand a large supply of Chi
nese Granite Curb and alwayn keeps Ha
waiian Cnrblni: Btone. Estimates etveu
and lowest prices assured. Hell Telephone
Four yiviit requisites of
Men's "Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of tho best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 Port Street
W. W. AHANA.
133 Twu.xi.x StXMt.
Kngllsti, Scoicb and American Goods.
Btyle and Fit Guaranteed.
Gleaning & Repairing
Intuil Tele, 665. P. 0. Box 144.
The Celebrated Oayswater Stallion
Also the Splendid
SPAN OF GRAYS
By "Ivanhoe" are for sale. Apply to
. GEOHGE HOUGHTAILING,
1301-tf Bay Horse Stables.
C 3R. COXj3L.IiTS,
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fenders, Dashes, Storm Aprons, Etc.,
at Lowest l'osslblo Prices, and
Workmanship ol the Vest.
I use First-class Material of my own Im
porting. Manufacturer of all kinds of
Workshop 210 King Street near Maunakea.
F. 0. Box 400.
W. M. SMITH,
WILL PUT IN-
Everything in tho Electric
KX- Refers to E.O.IIall &
Son, where orders may be left.
rvotilUw Kitm&& td,
imotam. Talplona &9.
TnTC D A PPD Is koit on file at E. 0.
1 lnlOrArritlDAKKB Advertising
A;enoy, til and 05 Merchant's Exchange,
Bun Francisco, California, where contracts
I for advertising can be mado for It.