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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 15, 1896, Page 2, Image 2',
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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 15, 1896.
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The Boers in
South Africa says:
Kins for nics
Castle &d Cooke,
DO YOU LIKE CUKKY?
K XAMEHAMEHAS DEFEATED
DRl' ED JIT THfc ST A us.
. . ROADSTER
1800, TwantyTwo Pounds.
An-Vnlatrrettluir Clnme mill i l'oor
Attrudancc o( Spcctntor
The attendance at tho ball gam6
ou Snturday afternoon was not up
to expectation, considering that
tho game was between tho two
crack clubs o tho league Tho
KninehninehnB wore outplayed
Xrom tho start and lost tho gamo
ly n score of 15 to G. Lionol
Hart pitched for tho Stars, al
though tho morning paper had
prrouoonsly. reported him as be
ing sick and unable to play.
Hobort Pahau of the KamB did
not reach tho grounds until tho
sixth innings, hut distinguished
liimself by capturing every ball
that cutnn within his loooh after
wards. His running lly catch
close to tho ground in thu seventh
"was tho best seen ou the grounds
for many a day.
Following aro the details of tho
Kmns 1st A. Pahau struck
out, Koki failed to reach first, Kn
aufti was put out in trying to got
second on a lly ball.
Willie Wilder failed to niako on
first, Willis made a base hit, Hart
randa a drive to loft field for threo
bases and Willis scored. Harry
Wilder mado a sacrifice hit and
Hart come in. Lishmau went
out on a fly to left field.
Kauis 2nd Bridges ilew out to
pitohor, Lomon went out at first',
Mnkuimoka fanned tho chcumatn"
biont atmosphere threo separate
limes without finding the ball and
retired his side.
Tom Pryco made a twobogger
off tho first ball, and took third
oft" a pabsed ball and scored off
Woods' boso hit. Conrad went
out nt first, Ross followed suit and
Woods got third. Woods came in
on Williu Wildor's hit to right
field. Wilder wus put out in try
inpr to make threo bags off a two
luiniB 3rd Aliia started off with
base hit and was put out in try
ing to stoal second. Kaeo would
have found the ball if it had been
tho size of Price's balloon and re
tired after threo attempts to find
it. -iCnstino failed to get to first.
For tho Stars Willis knocked
tho ball into Lemon's hand and
rent out at first, Hart retired on a
high lly to catcher, Harry Wilder
look firBt on a safo hit and stole
ecoud and camo in on Lishman's
fiy on which tho latter took sec
ond. Lishman camo in on Pryce's
base hit and Pryco came homo on
a succession of overthrows, Woods
flew out to third.
Kanis lth Pahau made first on
Willis's error at first and took
third on Koki's haso hit. Kaanoi
.went out ut firnt, Bridges mado a
two bagger and brought in Pahau
and Koki. Lemon made another
huso hit aud Bridges took third,
Josiah Makaimoku mado first on
a fly which Ross didn't got, Ahia
flow out to right field and Lemon
Uot third on a passed ball. Kaeo
Conrad made first and second
on Ahia's error at first and
tnnie homo on Ross's drive
lo loft field, Willie Wilder
flow out to pitcher and Ross took
third. Willis made his first, Hart
failed to connect with that dosira
blo way station and H. Wilder
tailed in a similar effort.
Kams 5th Castino made first
by tho skiu of his teeth, stolo sec
ond and cnino homo on Pahau's
base hit, Koki failed to get first,
Kaanoi flew out and Pahau was
found on third when ho ought to
bavo boon on second.
Lishman got first on Ahia's
error, Price wont out at first,
Woods got in a base hit and Lish
man reached third and camo in on
a passed ball. Pryce scored on a
wild pitch and Conrad flew out to
second. Ross struck out.
Kams (jth Bridges flew out on
a hot drivo to Lishman, Lomon
failed to reach first, Makaimoku
got iu a two bagger, Ahia wont
out at first.
tOrtlsunWlnj 'with Throat, Tiling or Mutliw Dlwnw
Stomach Uatrrh, HcrofuU, A"lhniit, or Aervoui UMV
Ay. etc., will bo given a Fanitk uoltli) of lilt. GOIU
JON'S bllOUOIMTK KMUL8ION for trlii. Cll l
oinr. of llnt.t(Trii PruE Co , Honolulu, II. I. "JtU
9au-utevil M I'tUteUs u Milk or lioaej.
When You Buy a
Buy ono with a Reputa
tion ono that won't break
down when you're ton
miles from home. Don't
lean to "fads;" they aro
not substantial. Tho
Stlino has boon on tho
market fivo yoars. Tho
Steulinq costs $110. If
you want to know moro
about it, send for our Art
Cataloguo, mailed freo to
any address, and you will
'BV1LT LIKR A WATCH"
Terras: $10.00 down, 'balanbd'
$2.50 a week or a liberal-discount
Wall, Nichols Co
Quoon Sroct, Honolulu.'
ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS
Furnished for Building All Classes ot
Machinery Kepalr Work, and.
Reconstruction or Hcmodel-
liif; Old Plants.
Iron, Drass, Phosphor-Bronzo, Zinc, Alu
minum, and Loud Castings. Ornamental
and plain Cast Iron and Steel Columns,
Iron and Steel Girders and Trusses,
Grstlngs, Doors and Shutters, aud a couer
al lino of Iron andBrossWork for buildings
of all classes. Ships' Blnolcsmith Work done
with neatness aud liatoh. All workninu
ship Kunrnntcod first class, nud nt prices
that havo been hitherto unknown on tho
iBlund Orders will receive prompt atten
C. R. MCVEIGH,
Manager and Proprietor,
P. O. Box 457.
Telephones: Offlce, 578; Works. 018.
For Family Use!
Jnst Received, es "0. 0. Tunic," a cargo of
Wellington, Departure Ba j, Coal
Which is oileied iu quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
MJSTACE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Sand
at tho very lowest market
rates. Tclphone No. 414.
Bouiia moi for' Kelt,
Which means in English
Nothing; for nothing
But- plenty tor money;
JlQ&ABuy your Eatables at tbo
and you will rojoico that you
read this advertisement. . .
Goods dolivored free. . . .
Give us a jingle TEL. 755.
Oppsite Eailway Depot, Palaina.
SX XCiaa-ar Street,
G. .T. Waller - - - Manaoeu.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Me'lfopoliten VA Co.
The Very finest
Conio and see our
NEW CHICAGO REFRiaERATORS.
Westhrook & Gares,
Telephone - - - - 104.
Joseph TlnkBr, - - Prapi
Of tho FiuoHt Varieties.
JIakora of tho Celebrated Pork Sausage.
Nunnna street, opp. Chnplain lane.
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Lucns' l'luning Mil', will have
fresh every day
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Wliioh will bo sold to families iu large or
small quantitioa. No Contain-
w. l. wacox,
311tf- Proprietor KnliUi Toi Factory.
Btoro open nvenlnKS.
Henry Davis & Oo.
lias received tho usual consign,
Standard . .
. . GvQcai'ies
As well as bouio DolicncIcH by tbo
O. KLEMME' & GO.,
sNOW OPEN 3 .
Fort StrBat & Chaplain Lane.
H. iiY co.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
98 Fort Street, Honolulu
Telephonor 2iJ P.O. Box 470
. . . .Sell tho World Famod. ,
of dissolved lend find
all impumtiks are ro
'uinvcd. Tlic foulest
"' water rendered pure.
Filter at a low price.
USED 13 Y
The British, Russian,
Swedish, Chinese nnd
For Sale by
Castle & Cooke
WABINO BUWK, .... BtBtTANIA ST.
Plumbing and Gas
fitting Sanitary Work a Specialty
CJST" JobWnR promptly attended to
Telephone 7U5. 285-tf
Steel and Iron Ranges,
139-tf King Street.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My $10.00 Hath Tubs, lined with best
quality, No. 10 lino, 0 in. rijM), Chain and
PIur, with wood rlin nil complete. Othei
deulorti aro dumfouuded, and resort to all
manner of TrickB and Excubes.
He not deceived, these liuth Tuba have
boon sold for $14 until I reduced the price.
I nra prepared to do all work in my line
and guarantte satisfaction: Estimates fur.
Iftyou want a Rood Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone 8J4, aud I am yom
JA8. NOTT Ju,
Tinsmith & number
of Groceries are more palatnhlo as well
as lienltlilcr limn the other kind.
VOELLER & CO.
(WaihiK Dlock, llcrctaula titrect).
Handle uotlilnK hut the hct. I.lbby fe
McNeill's Canned Mtatv Kliif,'-Morso
Tnhle Fiults, (ihlrardelli's Chocolate,
Milkmaid Urand Milk, l'arogon I'ure Lard
JJo3 TciiEl'IIONE C80 a
Subnoribe for the Evbnino Bul
letin, 76 ooiita por uiontli.
Impoitrs and Dealers iu
- TRUE INDIAN CURRY--
NOT THE" STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY'
Curry Powder as mado by us is prepared after tho Original
Recipe from tho Purest Ingredients.
wr THY IT 03STCjl:
E1TERY i MilN i HIS i OWN i HDRSE i DOCTOR,
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
ron tub cuhe or diseases or
HQRSHS, CAmS, SHBEPBQGS.JWWS AND POULTRY.
The marvelous hair remedy which provents
FOR SALE BY
O- TXT- 3i-OEni.SX-J-A-DSrEl,
Sole Agent, Honolulu.
tSf Neat pamphlet freo on application. P. 0. Vox '2VJ, Telephone 20.
Honolulu, April 21, 18CMJ:
Mr. 0. W. MACFAHLAjfE: It affords mo ploasuro to recomuiond, to any one whose hair
is. falling out, the use of DK, I'QTTIE'S II It OIL. My hair was coming out at such
a rafo as led mo to believe that I w onld soon become bald. After using the oil for fivo weeks
this oeasod entirely; norio whatever is now falling out. I consider it the best and only
worthy remedy for this trou bio and also rocouimund it us a stimuluut to new growth.
19fl.U Yours truly, J. B. DANIELS.
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. "Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Puffin nnwirai Waeekoom, !
Pianos for Sale, Hire and
Undertaker and EmlDalmer,
Tombstones and Monuments.
Residence aud NiRht Tel. 815. 611
H. HACKFELD & CO.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Ent BACON that was good as Turkey ? That's
tho kind wo have. Also,
CHOICE HAMS, OREGON POTATOES,
Yellow Turnips, Smoked Beef,
Choice Block Butter,. Kits Creamery Butter,
Fresh Dates, Cereals,
And a General Assortment
Ugi. Try Our Oyater Gem Crackero, Juat the Thing for Soup, -a
Moved. Chairs foiRent
KING STREET, Tel. 179.
of Standard Goods at Lowestl
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