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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 22, 189G
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SOLDIERS WERE NOT IN IT
Till: HONOLULU) OAlTUllKHATUH-
DAV.H nALL QAMR.
up to die i:isiuii imiiiiKt it w'm one
of tho Iletinie I-.er IMnycd Hero
-SoK-h ofllio (Jnme.
Saturday's gamo of bnsobnll be
tween tho Honolulu and tho 1st
llcgimont teams stattod out with
great promise and was quito in
teresting up to tho eighth innings.
Up to that time each team hud
scorod three runs with only one
error marked up to eaoh team.
Pitcher Woods of tho military
nine was in fiuo form and tho
Honolulu! could do nothing with
his fancy curves. By tho end of
tho soventh Woods had no less
than fifteen men struck out. On
a critical point in tho eighth with
a man on second and third Lua
hiwa tnndo a wild throw to tho
home plate, lotting in both men.
Bakor was slow in going after
tho ball and when ho did get it
made a wild throw to pitchor
which enabled Olark tomakoa
homo run off a littlo sacrifice hit.
'Six errors were charged up in
this innings. After that the
HoMicrs wont to pieces and tho
game was soon ended.
Following is tho full record of
the gamo :
Tirst, Innings Bakor led off
with a baso hit, but was pnt out at
second, G. Woods failed to got
jirbt. A Woods was struck by the
pitcher and took his first. Simor
boii flow out to Cupid.
For tho Honolulus Wodohouso
venf out on a foul fly to first,
Dayton got first on an orror of
Neely J Lemon struck out, Thomp
son uot a two-bagger biing Day
ton homo, Lucas struck out.
Second Luahiwa flew out at
right iiold, Carljlo took Mb baso
on balls, stole pecond and came
home on a passed ball. Neely
'flew out to Cupid and Mayno
failed to get first.
Cupid got fii st on a muffed fly
to left field and stolo second and
third and got homo on a passed
bull. I. , -trui.lv mil ui.il Holt
w,eut out at first. Clarjc got to
first and Wodohouso struck out.
Tiithn Scanlan got first, Bakor
sent a giouuder to shortstop,
which was thrown to second and
first, putting out both men. G.
Woods got in a baso hit to center,
W. Woods flew, out nt center.
Dayton struck out, Lemon was
. put out Ht fiiht, Tlmmpr-on also.
Fourth Simorson failed to
connect with tho first bag, Lua
hiwa got in a three-base hit to
right field, Carlylo struck out,
Neoly got first on an error of tho
second baseman and Luahiwa
camo in. Mayno flow out to pit
cher. Lucas Btruck out and oven tho
littlo boys laughed at him, Cupid
flew out to Sinieisou ami Low ro
tireil bis side amid tho plaudits of
Fifth Scnnlan struck out, Ba
ker flow out to Wodohouse, G.
Woods got first and retired his
side in trying to Htcal second.
Chris. Holt flow out to Simer
Bon. 'Clark got first, and stolo
second. Wodohouso couldn't find
Woods' curves. Dayton got in a
drivo to loft field and brought
Clark home, afterwards stealing
second. Lemon struck out.
Sixth W. Woods wont to tho
bat for tho First regiment and re
tired on throe strikes. Simorson
took his base on balls and got
second qn, a passed ball, Luahiwa
failed to mako first but Simorson
got third. Carlylo mado his first
on a base hit and Simorson camo
homo. Carlylo Btolo pecond and
took third on a wild pitch. Neely
For tho Honolulus, Jimmy
Thompson started in with a two
baso hit, Lucas struck out again.
Thompson stole third. Cupid
struck out. Low struck out and
letirod his side.
Seventh Mayno struck out in
oue, two, throe ordor. Scanlan
flew out to catcher. Baker flow
out to Simorson.
For tho Houolulus, Chris. Holt
went out on threo strike", Clark
Totllaafferlnz with Throt, Knrurpr Wartloc Dlwuvi
PloiftKh Catarrh, Bcrofulu, Acthins. or tcrvcn Itel.lt
J;W'8,CII000LATK EMULSION for trial. Cull at
rtortof Iipu.tf.Trn lirbir On , Honolulu, U. I. itl
nortntee J tui l'Ju
auiiis ai miik or licmey.
A Large Assortment
Hnndsoino and Durablo
Satin & Dresden
Beautiful and of Best
NO. 10 FORT ST.
i vu.' a a ua
For Family Usel
Just Received, ox "0. 0. Tunk," a cargo o(
'Which is offered in quantil'.os to snit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., ID.
iiUSTACE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Sand
at the very lowest market
rates. Tolphono No. 414.
For tho Equiuo Tablo in the
way of all kinds First Class
HAY, GRAIN 0 FEED
Aro on sulo by tho
WASHINGTON FEED OOM'Y
51 Fort St. Tol. 422.
is a fino nrt. Costly jewelry when
dtiranged needs careful attention, ex
perience and care. To get this, send
your work to
A. I. R. 1leira,
AT HltOW.V A KOIIEYTi.
Unique Designs in Jewelry.
Tflei'Ho.nk 70j. 331-tf
G. R. Harrison,
Practical Piano Maker and Tuner,
Con Furnish tho Bast
Office, Fort Btieet, opposito Catholic School.
Telephone 234, 412 nnd 100.
ES5T" Ordors promptly attended to.
Dr. C. B. High,
Graduate Philadelphia Dental College,
SI IClu-e: Stroot.
G. J. Wambb - - - Manaoeii.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
MetopoM&n JA Go.
The Verv Pinesfc
MgenaiBd .-. Meafig
Como and see onr
Westbrook & Gares,
Tclephono - - - - 104.
JnsBph Tinker, - - Frnpi
Of tho Finost Varieties.
JInkcrs or the Celebrated Pork Sntragc.
Nuuanu street, opp. Chaplain lano.
The Boers in
South Africa says:
Nics for nlcs
Boima nioi for Kelt.
Which means in English
Nothing for nothing
But plenty for money.
BQu Buy your Eatables at tho
and you will rojoico that you
read this advertisement. . .
Goods delivered froo. . . '.
Give us a jingle TEL. 755.
Oppsite Railway Depot, Palama.
of (Jroccrlc8 arc moro pilntablo as well
na healtliU'i tluui tin) otln r Kind
VOELLER & CO.
(Waring Block, licrctoiila Street).
Hniullo notliliifr but the best. I.lbby .t
McNilU's Canned Meats. Kln-Morsu
Table Fruits, Ohlrardclli's Chocolate.
Milkmaid llruud Milk, I'aragou Pure Lard
Br- Telephone G80 "a
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Lucas' Planing Mill, -will havo
fresh eery duy
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Whioh -w 111 ho sold to families in largo or
Biuall qunntitios, No Contalv-
W. L. WILCOX,
311tf' Proprietor Kalihi Toi Factory.
Store open nveulngs.
C. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash -:- Grocers
NOW OPEN -
Fart StrQBt & Chaplain Lana,
H- fAY $ go.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
98 Fort Streot, Honolulu
Telophoner 2U P.O. Box 470
Gastle & Cooke,
. . . .Soil tho World Fnmod. . . .
JO 1 1 LCI -.-aguyigna.
of dissolved lend nnd
all impurities nro rc
tnnved. The foulest
water rendered pure.
A. RELIA BLE
Filter at a low prico.
The British, Russian,
Swedish, Chinese and
For Sale by
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WAMNG BLOCK, .... BEKKTANIA ST.
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fittinpj Sanitary Work a Specialty
CSJI- .Tobbing promptly nttcnited to.
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Iiuportera and Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
139-tf liing Htreot.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My S10.00 Bath Tubs, lined with host
quality, Io. lu tine, u in. x'ipe, unain ana
l'lug, with wood rim all complete. Other
dealers aro uunuoauueu, ana resort 10 an
mannor of Tricks and Excusei.
Bo not deceived, these Bath Tuba have
boon sold for $14 until I reduced tho price.
I am prepnrea to uo au worK in my nno
and ouarautee satisfaction. Estimates fur.
If you want a Rood Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone 844, and I am yom
JAB. NOTT Jr,
Tinsmith & Plumber
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To ordor for 1890.
In Quantities to
Ordors solicited for a future de
A. F. COOKE, ManaRer.
Subscribe for the Evening Bul
letin, 75 cents per mouth. .
DO YOU LIKE CUEET?
TRUE INDIAN. CURRY
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY
Curry Powder as miule by us is prepared after the Original
Hecipo from tho Purest Ingredients.
'TRY IT OISTC 1.1 teb
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HORSSS, OAmS, SHfiEEDQBS, SWIHB AND POULTRY.
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Tho marvelous hair remedy which prevents
FOll SALE BY
Sole Agent, Honolulu,
HT" Neat pamphlet freo on application. P. O. Box 292, Telephone 20.
" HosoLCLn, April 21, 1890:
Sin. O. W. MACFvrtLANK: It adonis me ploasuro to recommend, to any one whoso hair
is falliiiR out, the use of I)K. POrTIE'S II UK OIL. My hair waa coming out at such
a rnto as led mo to kelievq thnt I would Boon bocome bald . Altor iislup; the oil for fivo wcoka
thU oensed ontlrelyi nono whatever is now falling out. I con idcr it tho best and only
worthy remedy lor this troublo uml also recommend it as u stimulant to new growth.
lW-tf Yours truly, J. B. DANIELS.
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Bent
Undertaker and Embalmer,
Tombstones and Monuments.
Residence and NiBht Tel. 81fi. 611 KING STREET, Tel. 179.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Eat BACON that was good as Turkey 1 That's
tho kind wo havo. Also,
CHOICE HAMS, OREGON POTATOES,
Yellow Turnips, Smoked Beef,
Choice Bloqk Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fresh Dates, Cereals, - v -.
And a General Assortment oi Standard Goods at Lowest
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