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THOUSANDS WITNESS DRILL
OF FIRST NATIONAL GUARD
(Continued from page 1.)
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd., ag6pnltV
Field and 8taff Officers.
Companies C and II furnished the
The Judge were Captain I'arlc D.
A. I'carec; U.S.A.; First Lieut. James
P. Ilohlnson, U. H. A.; First Lieut.
Harry W. Newton, U S. A.
The field and staff olflcors and om
ul of the dny were rb follow a Field
end Staff Officers: Colonel J. W.
Jones, Llcnt.-Col C. J. McCarthy, Ma.
.'or C. W. Zclgtcr, Major J. M. Cama-
ra, Major C. IJ. Cooper, surgeon; Cap
tain John Schacfcr, adjutant; Cnptaln
H. II. Ilojd, quartermaster; Captain
.nomas E. Wall, ordnance officer;
Copt. C. L. Oarvln, assistant surgeon
CapL It. P. Meyers, assistant surgeon;
Cnpt. Marston Campbell, engineering
cfTicer; First Lieut. II. II Wright, bat
talion aiTJutant; offlcer of the day,
Major C. V. Zclglor. 1st Iteglment. N
0. II.; officer of the guard, Capt. J. A
Thompson, Co II, 1st Regiment, N
The prizes conslsttd of a handsome
sliver cup and ensh amounting to J I GO
Company F Cnptaln Johnson, won the
nip Inst )oar," making n percentage ol
POOR BIBULOUS II
STUCK TO HIS SADDLE,
WONDERS WHAT HIT HIM
Trolley Car's Rear-end Collision With
Horse Sends Animal Broadcast
While Joe Lands on
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
TELEPHONE MAIN 237.
176-180 KINO STREET.
We havo beef this week that cannot fall to please tho most fas
tidious beef epicures. Oh, tho Julcot licet spring tonic known
While ordering remember we ntho agents for that delicious
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
TELEPHONE ORDERS DELIVERED
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
HONOLULU ATllLErtC AND
, (Continued from page 1.)
THEY NEVER COME BACK!
The greatest discovery for the destruction of tho ereatest of pests
ANTS. Kills thoso that como In and Peeps others from coming. Every
housekeeper should havo a sample box to use; no danger from poison.
TRY A BOX. PRICE 25c.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE, agents.
or P. O. DOX 330.
Lovers of that delicious am
ber colored tea of excellent fla
vor should try our
We mln It oursches from an
old reclpo and havo heard noth
ing but pralso from thoso who
65 cents the pound.
H. MAY & GO.
Tho Popular Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24
The man of senso Is he who best
preserves thoso faculties with which
Nature has endowed him.
Ho mny 'hate to wear glasses," but
sentiment Is not sense.
Glasses nro not always an evidence
pf weak eyes, but rather of strong In
Men and women of strength, both
'mental and phjslcnl, wear them for
'the "preservation of nerve forco and
vitality, as much as for tho better
ment of vision.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building. Fort 8treL
Over May & Co.
according to the opinions
of physicians and food ex
ports, wo have all the best
of the many breakfast
foods now on the market.
Thero Is ono that has be
come the most popular of
all foods simply becauso
Its work and results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWiS & GO,
l it Limited it M
1060 FORT STREET.
WO Two Tckphonts- 440.
Catnara & Co
S. E. corner Queen and Alakea
WINES, BEERS and LIQUORS
NEW STOCK JUST OPENED COM-
I'llISINO THE DE8T IHIANDS OP
ALL KINDS OF1
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
BUDWEISER, RAINIER and PRIMO
P. O. Box 664: Tel. Blue 492.
The Territorial band under tho gnld
nnce of Captain Ilcrgcr, lorntoil In the
stand In" the Cnpllol grounds, plajed
cprroprlate music during tho compctf
Guettr In the Grand Stand.
The following Is a complete list of
these who sat In the grand stand:
Mr and Mrs II C. Austin, Prof, and
Mrs. W 1). Alexander I)r and Mrs L.
I'. Aharez, Miss II. A. Austin, Miss
Adams, Cnpt. Athcrton,
E S. Bod. Mrs. E. S. Dod Hon.
Mid Mrs. It W Bicckons, Hon. and
Mrs J I! Boyd, Mrs. 11 Merger, Mr.
ml Mrs. J K. Ilrnwn, lion John Bar
it tt Mr and Mrs. Andrew Drown, Mr
I. II Dllss, Capt. Dtocklngcr.
The (lovernor and Mrs. Cooper,
Miss Alice Cooper, Alficd Cooper, Mr.
and Mrs J W Calhcart Mr. and Mrs
I.. II. Chamberlain, Mm. Marston
Campbell, C. Charlock, linn. . S
Ckghorn, Hon. C. L. and Mrs. Crab
be, Dr and Mrs. Cofor A. do S. Cana-vrro.
Hon and Mrs. J J Dunne, Hon. nnd
Mrs. E. P. Dole, Hun. and Mrs. C. II
Dickey, Mr. and Mrs. Dillingham,
Clas. Dole Miss R. Davidson, Prof.
Hon.-nnd Mrs M. M Estce.
II. Fockn Hon W F Frenr. Lieut.
ind Mrs. Forster, Capt., and Lady
Gartenberg, Hon. and Mrs. C. A. flat
bralth lion. Geo. D. Gear, Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. M. Graham, Mr. anil Mrs. W.
M. Glffard, Miss Gilfard, Miss Galla
W. W. Harris, Mrs. W. W. Harris,
Hon. and Mrs. A. . Humphreys, IT. 3.
Marshal E. It. Hendry, British Com
missioner W. If. noare. Miss Hoare,
Mr. nnd Mrs. W W. Hall, Paymaster
Hall, Tbeo. Hardee, Mrs. A. O. Hawes.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Iscnberg, D. P.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Langn, Mr. and
Mrs. T. K Lansing.
II. C. Mcrs. Mr. and Mrs. Millng,
Rear Admiral Merry, Lt. Col McLeod,
Dr. and Mrs Moore, Hon. nnd Mrs.
Mott Smith, Sir. nnd Mrs. Mlkl Salto,
Mr. and Mis J. P. Maknlnal.
Mr. and Mrs J M. Oat.
5TnJor Pratt. Dr. J. S. B. Piatt. Mrs
J W. Pratt. MIsh Philips.
Dr C. T Rodgcrs, Lt Com. Rodman.
Hon. A. G. M. Robertson, Mr. and
Mrs. C L. Rhodes.
II. W Schmidt, Miss Schmidt, E R.
fitackable, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. CI. Spencer,
Mi nnd Mrs. Henry Smith, Mrs. J. H.
Srper. Miss Soper, Miss 1). Sopcr,
Ccl Soper, Prof and Mrs. Smith, oul
crs of the II. S. gunboat Wheeling.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs
Wra Taj lor.
Mons. A. Vltznrona.
Mrs. II. II. Wright. Cnpt. and Mrs
Williamson. Mrs. R. W. Wilcox. A. U.
Wood Hon. and Mrs. L W. Wilcox.
Yang Wcl Pin. Major and Mrs. E. O.
White. Chns. Wilcox
Mrs. C. J. McCarthy, Mrs. E. M.
To) en. Mrs. C. Zlogler, Mrs. J. M. Ca
mm, Jr. Mrs Meyers Mro II. Klim
me. Mrs. 8 Johnson. Mrs. J. A. Thomp
son, Mrs. C. Rose, Mrs. N. Hlpa, Mri
W Mir, Mrs. J. A. Gmoalve-j, Mis
f t r.lth. Mrs. E L Berndt. M-s. J
II. Cm man, Mrs. II. II. Mwm, Mrs.
Cap' Sihacfor, Mrs J, Mir1iii!i Mrs
J :'. iauloa. Mrs. T. KaVn'la. Mr?. I
.'! irl, Mrs. W W. Carlv.i, Mrs. S. K.
Kfkrn'Jko, Mrs. Nnkulni, Mrs. Ain.i
nn, Capt. Rosenthal, Lieut, and Mr
Rlggs, Mr. and Mrs. Coyne, Ed. Towre,
Capt. and Mrs. P. Smith.
Joe. a bibulous Hawaiian, who was
disporting himself on horseback last
night In the streets of tne city, mira
culously escaped Injury from an accl
dent which In nine cases out of ten
would havo sent n sober man to the
hospital for some time.
In the evening at about 7 o clock
Lieutenant Gardner, of the police, cs
Pled Joe on the back of a lusty equine.
Joe had stowed considerable happiness
of tho kind which Is kept In bottles,
nnd us a matter of fact did not glc a
whoop whether night school kept or
not. Gardner advised Joe to go homo
as his relatives were probablj waiting
for him. Joe took the ndvlce nnd turn
ed his steed's head toward Kallhl
About two houis liter Lieutenant
Leslie telephoned to the police station
foi the wngon. Gaidlier went out in It
nnd on King street near Hobello lnm
he again saw Joe who had Just gone
that far when misfortune In the slinpe
of n Rapid Transit car struck him
from behind and threw him Into the
anus of mother earth. Lieut Leslie,
who was a passenger on the car, sas
that tho first he knew of the accident
was when the mntorman stopped tho
car with a sudden Jolt. The cur had
hit Joe's slecd on the tail as Joe in
Ids happy condition had taken no no
tice of the fact that ears arc wont to
run on the Rnpld Transit track and had
guided his horso between them When
the horse was struck It linturall bolt
ed With a supremo effort it burst tho
girth leaving Joe on the ground It
then disappeared from the scene and
mny be i mining ct.
Lieut Leslie rushed up to Joe expect
ing to find hlra half killed Jon, how
ever was still In blissful lgnornntc of
whnt had happened. He was still sit
ting In the saddle- which was lying on
the ground and when Leslie aroused
him he wanted to know what was the
matter. He had no idea of what had
struck him. He was immediately taken
to the police station where It was found
that the only Injury he had received
was a slight wound near the ear. This
was dressed and Joe was sent homo
He still wonders at what It was that
struck him and what bus become of
his horse .
hy first. Clark hit to third base who
threw over first. Akau coming burnt
and Clark securing third. 'losm
struck out and Williams (lew out to
Ouptlll for the-Artillerymen went out
on nu assist from second to first In the
sixth and Smith hit safe Into right for
one bag Bennett flew out to center
nnd Smith who was running to third
was caught at second before he could
Davis for the Malles made a safe
two-bagger to second, Mana went out
on an assist from catcher to first. Klley
hit to short who caught the bait In ono
hand and sent It home in time to catch
Davis, Klley, In the meantime, stole
second. Taylor hit to short, the left
fielder caught the ball and sent It to
first most beautifully, catching the
Dellslo went out on nn assist from
third to first in the seventh. High hit
between first nnd second. Davis ran to
get the ball but could not get back In
lime to catch the runner. Bchr went
out on nn assist from catcher to first
O'Lciry hit safe oer third and High
came home. Morgan sent ono down to
set oinl for a muff nnd O'Lenry came
home Brown lilt right Into Aknus
hinds nt third The side wns retired
111 lor made first on u II) into kit
that about live mimbcrM of the team
weic after Allan hit safe Into right,
making one base but bringing in Tay
lor Jones stnuk out Akuu was
marl caught at first. Toblu struck
out Clark sent a ball directly Into
the hands of second, retiring the side.
Ouptlll Hew out to catcher In the
eighth and Smith went out on nn assist
from second to llrst on a ery cloo
decision Bennett Hew out to nitcher.
Williams Hew out to short and Da
vis went out on an assist from second
to first Mima hit a pop-up to third.
the ball wns muffed and he secured
second On a wild throw to that base
from third he adnnced one more bag.
Kile) Hew out to Ouptlll in center.
In the ninth Inning Delllc struck
out High got first on an erior by
Aknu nt thlid Behr got base on balls
and 0'l.eary hit safe past third bilng
Ing In High. Morgan struck out and in
doing so, performed gyrations with bis
bat which lamed Klley for a few sec
onds. Brown lilt safe pist second
bringing In Behr. Guptlll Hew out to
Aknu at third
The game closed with 10 to G tho
score, tho Mnlles winning.
THE MM (II!
Notwithstanding tho fact that most
of fbu members of the program given
nt the Murphy hall last night were Im
piomptu. The entertainment was very
successful. A piano solo wblcn cj.en
ed the program .was well played
'Judge Docsn t Know Auy Law," a
sketch by tho "Dramatic Club, was
vi ry funny and was received with
much applause. Sovornl solos wero
rendered by various performers nil of
wMch wero greeted with faor. Ducts
oud a cakcwalk given by Misses (Inn!-
it and Schunermnn descnes special
mention, ns also did tho nicordc-ou so
In by John F. Makowsky, who Is qulto
un nctomplislieil performer Thu pro
gram was dosed with a series of se
l.ctlons by the Hawaiian Quintet
AN HOUR IN THE MORNINQ
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY IWORNINO
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence cleaned
jp." Try It n month,
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty; Despatchl
Tel. Main 76. 96:45. Elite Dldg.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. 8lxteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
Tho Khedive of Egypt's mother, the
Khcdlvnh, has let up a ping-pong ta
ble In her magnificent new palace on
the Rosphorus, and tho ladles attached
to her play cer day. One great ad
vantage they have Is that there art
swarms of little black slaves who pick
up the balls and sae them all trouble.
Tho Khcdlvah has never seen snow is
her life, and remained this winter in
Constuntlnopln in n It Thu winter
has bcon ery mild, and she was grow.
Ing disappointed, till ono day a heay
fall came. She at once ordered out her
carrlr.ge and diovo through her park
to havo a good look When she got
bomo she sent out for laigo trays o(
snow, with which the and her ladles
made snowballs and pelted the llttl"
Send the weekly edition of the Du.
letln to your friends. Only $1 a year.
The following passengers arc booked
to sail on the Falls of Cljdu for San
Francisco Mrs. F. C. I.elllond, Miss
Schollhiirn, Dr. Thompson, C. E. Sedg
wick und wife, K Wcry, wlfo nnd two
sous, Miss Wcry,
Sailed, Ma 8 Am. bk. Martha Da
vis, McAliman, for San Francisco, with
10,008 bags Honnmu sugar, 9752 bags
Onomea sugir and 3000 bigs Olaa su
Mr Total, 2,7U9,Tl'C pounds.
CHARTERS FOR HILO.
Am bk Annlo Johnson, Williams.
Am schr Bertie Minor, Eurekp.
Am bk St Kutherlne, San Francisco
Am bk Skagit, Port Gamble.
VESSELS IN PORT
Am sp Falls of Cljile, Matson
Am bk Martha Davis, McAliman
Arrived Mti D Am schr Bertie
Minor, 24 das from Eurcliu, lumber
laden for llllo Mercantile Co.
Tho S S. Entcrpilxe may be ex
pected an day after the 14th.
Tho St. Kutherlne, Roderick Dhu
and Annlo Johnson, which should all
arrive hero within a few dajs with the
Enterprise, will relieve any possibility
of shortage In stocks of merchandise,
Tho S, S. Alaskan, 12,000 tons, ono
of the big freighters of the Hawaiian
American line, which was expected
hero Sunda) or Monday to load sugar
for New York, has been detalued for
ten dys. It Is expected that she will
take In the neighborhood of 2900 tons
of sugar, as well as the 12f0 tons which
were to luvo been Bern by the Dlrlgo.
SUGAR ON HAWAII.
When the steamer Kltisu sailed
from llllo thu following sugar awaited
shipment on the Island of Hawaii
Olaa, 53,171, Walakca. 7000; Hawaii
Mill. 6500, llllo Sugar Co , 13,000; Ouo
mea, 7000; Pnpeokcn, 8000, Honnmu,
7000; Hakalau, 14,000, Laupahoelioo,
8000; Onkala 1000, Paauhati 7S0,
Iionoknn, G00, Piiniiluu, 8500, Ilnnou
! ) 11 . 350.
When a Fad's a Fad.
Jagglcs A now summer drink has
hi en named ping pong.
Waggles So they're going to forco
It down our throats, oh!
t rfi u.tt
There was n brief resting spell of
about fifteen minutes during which the
Punnhoii and Honolulu Athletic Club
teams practiced for tho second game.
The llnc-up when "play ball" was call
ed was as follows:
Punahou Myers, 3b.; Loucks. 2b.,
Soper, lb ; Cooke, ss.; Hcmcnway, c.;
Perry, rf.; McLean, If.; Waterhousc,
cf.. nnd Babbitt, p.
Honolulu l'r)cc, ss.; Aylctt, cf.:
Williams, p.; Joy, 3b.; Iiuls. 2b.: Cun-
ha, c, Hunsmann, rf , Leslie, lb.; and
uienson, ir .
Honolului First to Bat.
Prce went to bat for tho Hono
lulus and flew out to Cooke at short.
Aylct went out on an assist from sec
oud to first, l-oucks fielding the ball
beautifully. The first thing Williams
did when ho went to the bat was to
knock the ball ocr the fence twice.
The wind was blowing bard and the
balls curved foi a couple of fouls. His
next performamo was to send a hot one
to short for one bag. Cooke falling to
hold the ball Williams was advanced
to scinnd and third on a scries of
fumliles Joy then went to the bat and
made u home run. sending the ball Into
I he palm tnis near the fence so Hint
It could not be found. This also brought ollt lo I'eecll,
Williams lu Umls lilt out IntpMeft and
made two bases on on crro"i(by the
fielder. Ciinlia hit to seiond who threw
to thlid lor a mufr, brliiglns;I.oiils
home nml manuring the runner to
third llansmnnn fiew out to Perry In
Myers for Punahous.
Myers went to the bat for the Puna-
hoiis. He went out on nu assist from
short to first. Loucks hit safe Into
left for one bag Soper sent one ofi
right fielder's head nnd I.nmks got
third iilthough bo was real! out for
Soper had toucliul third and Cuuhn, the
uiUher, had loin bed tho plate. Cooke
sent a hot one Into lentir und Soper
cnnic home while the runner went to
second. Ilciucnwa) went out on un
assist from pltiher to first The um
pires dlil not seem to know the new
rubs. Perry struck out. retiring the
In the seiond Inning Leslie Mew out
to Mi Lean In left on a beautiful run
ning cuti b by tho fielder. Oleasnn
3truek out and l'ryce Hew out to Perry
From tho looks of things at this
stage of the game, thero was every
appearance of heavy hitting.
McLean led off for tho Punahous and
struck out and Waterbouse struck
out. Babbitt went out on n foul nenr
the backstop which was caught by
Cunha. According to the now rulea
this was not out, It being required that
tho ball must not be more than ten feet
back of the plate.
Alett for the Honolulus In the third
got two bases on a fly Into center which
was muffed by Perry on the Interfer
ence of the left fielder. Williams went
out on u grounder to first. Joy made
two liases on a high Hy Into center
Louis made u home run on a fly out
again Into the palm trees back of Per
ry Joy came home, Cunha Bent one
to second for a muff b 1-ourkn, thui
assuring the runner of first Hansmnnn
got his (list on a hit paBt Loucks and
Cunliii was advnnctd to second A
wild throw b) Babbitt advanced Cunha
to third Leslie, wint out nu un assist
from short to first bringing Cunb-i
homo on n bucrlflie Oleusoit lilt to
third who threw wild to first, bringing
in Hansmnnn Pryce got first on an
error by tho pitcher and (Reason came
in. I'rce stoio second nnd Aylett
flew out to Soper at first.
Myers for the Punahous went out on
an assist from pitcner to nrsi ana
Loucks flew out to center and Soper I
went out on an assist from second to
first This was one of the prettiest
plas of the day. The ball went to
Williams In a hot liner. It was muffed
nnd Louis securing it quickly, sent It
In the fourth Williams for the Hono
lulus sent another high fly far out Into
center for a home'fun nnd Joy made a
single on n hot one past short Louis
got one base on a hit Into right. The
two runners were advanced a base on
an error by second, the ball having
been thrown by the pitcher Cunha got
huso on balls Hansmnnn flew out to
second and Louis, having started out
for third, wns caught at the former
place. Leslie tilt safe Into left bring
ing In Joy Gleason went out on an
aslst from third to first.
Cooke for the Punahous went out on
an assist from second to first. Hcmcn
way went out on an as list from pitcher
lo first, I'err stnuk rut.
In the fifth Inning Prcc for the Ho
nolulus sent a grounde to Mcis nt
third who once again 'unibled the ball
and the runner was safe Alett got
baso on balls I'rce was e.iught try
ing to steal third Wllllaini sent an
other one out Into the palm trees when
he went to the bat but Judge Pirr
was rend for him thlH time He was
now here to be seen nt llrst but be loom
ed up Ik bind a big trie In lime to
i.il'h the bul Ju hit safe over sboit
for a liuse hit bringing In A lett Louis
Hew out to Mil.enu In ft It
McLean for the Pollutions went out
on n foul tip to Ciinlia Waterbouse
Hew out to A)litt In center Babbitt
went to the bit and got caught In th"
hick of the head Ho then sent a safe
hit into right field and tried to steal
second but wns caught b) Louis, ono
of the quickest nun in the league
In the sixth Inning. Cunhi bit safe
Into left Hansmnnn hit to third nnd
M)ers, once more distinguished hlni
seuf, fumbling the ball Cunha stule
third and Hunsmann got second Les
lie then hit Into left for one bag Myers
somewhat made up for Ills bad phlng
h catching Cunha at third Gleason
flew out to .McLean In left Ilnnsmunn
stole third Prie hit to short nml
l.esllc. running from second to third
interfered with the ball ami was tailed
out by the umpire This retired the
Mcrs struck out Loucks got first
on an eiror b short and Soper got baso
on balls Cooke got a bise on a hit
Into right Hcmenwny flew out to cen
ter and Perr flew out to left with all
the bags filled, thus retiring the side
In the seventh Inning A lett got his
first on n hit past that base, the basc-
mau running out to get the ball Wil
liams got first on slow fly Into renter.
Joy sent another to second, securing
first and bringing in A lett. Louis
t.cw out to third. Cunha fiew out to
Waterbouse on a high fly Into center.
Williams and Joy stole third and sec
ond and Hnnsmann went on an assist
from second to first,
Mel-can Hew out to Gleason In right.
the fielder making one of the finest
running catches of the game. Water
house went out on an assist from short
to first and Babbitt on an assist from
Pitcher to first.
Leslie went to the bat for the Hono
lulus In the eighth and was out on nn
assist from short to first. Gleason sent
n neat single over third and Prce
Hew out to Cooko at short Gleason
was caught trlng to get from first lo
Mcr fiew out to A lett In center
although It did seem as If lt was a safe
hit. Loucks lilt Into center and Glea
son. making a lecord run, inuglit the
ball with builds far out In front and
body thrown far forward Soper fiew
There Is no othor desk so
popular as the GUNN DESK.
This popularity is owing to
the fact that In point of beau
ty, convenience and prlc
there Is no other desk to com
pete wffli It.
We always carry a full lint
and nro pleased to show them
at any time
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokcis.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladslphl
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, l X
Offices Stangenwald ld, M
chant Street. Tel. Main Itt,
STOCK ANDJOHD BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQK.
Orders for tho purchase or sals oi
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated.
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldg. Postofflce box 390; TU
phone Main 331.
In Ibe ninth, A lett (lew out to So
pcr William put a little more muscle
Into his arm and this time put the ball
where Perr couldn't get It nnd mak
ing two bases. Joy made n single In
tho direction of second Louis flew
out to center nnd Cunha to left
Cooko went to the bat for the Punn
lious and went out on nn assist from
short to first Hcnicnwa) made a sin
gle over left Perry hit to pitcher and
Heminwn) wns caught at second, be
ing forced out. McLean flew out to
The second game went to the Hono
lulu Athletics by a score of 13 to 2 The
seorts in detail follow
Artillery All. R. IIII. PO A E
tiuptlll, cf 5 0 0 1 0 0
Smith. 2b I 1 0 4 2 1
Bennett, If 3 0 1 ' 0 0 0
Dellle, hs 4 0 0 2 3 1
High, 3b, rf I 2 1 1 0 3
Ili'hr, c 3 I 0 8 2 3
O'Leary, II 4 1 3 7 0 0
Morgan, rf , 3b.... 4 0 0 1 II
Brown, p 4 0 2 0 2 1
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATEJND INSURANCE,
4Q3 Judd Building.
Honest dental work
Tho New York Dental Parlors ar
inder new management and aro turn
ing out the best kind of dental work
known to the profession at the lowest
prices ever knovn In Honolulu.
Each department In chargo of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduate
dentists of tho best rccognlxcd schools
in tho 17. S. or the world.
Wo bavo a larger staff than any oth
er dental offlco In tbo city: wo have
tho best piato workers, crown and
brldgo specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
Wo can save ou money on jour don
tal work. Wo will tell ou In advance
oxnetly what our work will cost by
a free examination.
SET TEETH $500
GOLD CROWNS $5.00
GOLO FILLfNGS $1.00
8ILVER FILLINGS 60c
All our Instruments aro thoroughly
sterilized before uso.
New York Dental Parlors,
iiouin 4, EUU) Buildup, Hotel dcreec.
LADIKS IN ATrENDANCH
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. ex.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 u..
A lett. ef
Jo). 3b. ..
Louis, 2b . ..
Total r. 7
M. I. A. C. All, H. IIII.
Williams. If 5 2 2
Davis, lb B 0 2
Mana, 2b 5 0 t
Klley, c 4 1 0
Taylor, cf 4 2 1
Akau, 3b 4 2 2
Jones, ss 3, 1 0
Tobln, rf P 0 0
Clark, p 4 2 2
Total . .......
27 II 6
P. A. C.
Hemenwny, c. .
Perr . rf
McLean, If, ...
Waterbouse, cf 3
Babbitt, p 3
...14 19 27 II 1
All. It. II. O. A. K.
Score by Innings.
M. I. A C ....06021010 10
Karned Runs M I A. C. 3
Lift on bases Artillery 4; M I. A.
Two baso hits Davis, Clark.
Sucrlflic hltB Behr, Mana.
Stolen Inses Smith 2. Be nnett. Wil
liams, Mima Kile 2. Ta)lor. Clark.
Struck out By Brown fi, b Clark S
Bases on balls 11 Brown 2, by Clark
Double piny Ta lor to Mana
Wild pitches Brown 1.
Passed balls Behr 1.
Umpires Mahclona, McNIcholl
II A C All It H
Price, ss 6 0 0
O A K.
0 3 1
Total 2 S 2610 11
Lcslio out Interfering with Cooke
II .A. C 3 0 6 2 10 10 1-14
P. A. C 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Karned Riins-H. A. C. 6; P. A. C..2.
Left on bases-H. A. C. 8; P. A. C, 3.
Home runs Williams, Joy, Louis.
Three baso hit Cooko .
Two base hits Soper. Williams, Joy.
Sacrifice hits Williams, Leslie.
Stolen bases Price 2. A) lett, Wil
liams, Joy, Cunha, Hahsmann, Leslie.
Double pla) Loucks to Cooke.
Struck out B) Williams 5, b) Bab
Bases on balls By Williams I, by
Wild pitch Babbitt 1
Umpires Mahclona, Ki ohoholole
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to petition the, legislature for exemp
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