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SUNDAY BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T 8UNDAY. MAY 18, 1902,
A Reduction of 23 percent
See Our Window Display.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
tOntinu'u from r"P I )
nn Government Hpre he was nmrrlcil
niul hoio he died ten ynrs ago.
Of the bnch composed of Judges
J mid .McCull.v Preston Dole and
lllchorton Governor Pole Is the cnly
one now IK Int.
Remit of a Vltlt.
Seven vmrs since Mr McCully was
mauled to the Uev J, tin Hamilton
Hev John Erdman Judge ii M and
Mrs Kstco Hev an I Mrs. 0 I' Emer
Chii'f lustlce V. F Frear and Mrs
Ffi ir T)r and Mrr Philip Frear Mr
unit Mrs Ho 1'ong. V.t and Mrs Will
FoiIim Mis Foibes, Ifr and Mrs W
K I iinngtoii, Miss Margaret 1'lix
Mis flllmin Mrs Green and nhugli-
lei, Mr nl"l Mis It J flrecne. Ml and
Mrs I I Greene, lustlec Oalhralth and
Mrs Gnlhnlth, Mr and Mrs A Oart
ley. Judge (leo I) dear, Miss Marv
(Jreen, Mr and Mrs O II Gullck
Mr. and Mrs I I I fill. Mr and Mrs
JW W. Hall. Miss Hall, Mr and Mrs
T. A Hays, I)r and Mrs Humphrls
Judge Uumphr)8 and Mrs Humph
rey, Mr, and Mrs Peter High Mrs
Marv K Hyde. Miss Nellie Hide Mr
Hlgglnc and the hom- f the fnmllj ,
has been In Charlton nnr " "'.fXon Mrs 7 A l.opnVr Mlaa
Maine evei since MrRiirct n0ppPr Xr and Mrs I.
Jllss Mccuil nm wiid ncr mouicr Hopper
for n vlH and to lo k after tliclr
prnpertv Interests In Honolulu hst
SeptombeiJ Here sh nut Ml Smith.
f ml It I" onlv natural that she should
wish to lie mariled hei among tho
Hon and Mrs Paul Isenbcrg Mr
and Mrs C P laukea
Mr and Mrs P C .lone Mrs llelle
This is an " IDEAL " PHAETON
One of an " IDEAL " Line .
Built after an l( IDEAL " Design
Sold at an " IDEAL " Price
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
friends and schoolmate of her child- -'"'x Ml "' M" J: I' 'ones T K
i i ci i. ... i.. ... ., ....., i.i James Mrs Jaeger MIssFranils lohn
hood fahelonlynin.t..nv.a1old!R()ii f nol)i,rt Im(ii Ml
u beautiful girl of singular)! sweet , al, Mra A ,, ,,,,,
12fl Alerchant 8t.
ElaWalian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
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disposition that attracts friends In all
walks of life o that It was a roimo
lolilim gathering that aomhled In
Cumai I'nlon Chureli ertculu) to
ult.us tie mnrrlag"
Bridegroom an Chloan.
Ms. "t Cullv has miitlntied her
si'n )l siulles here u!id r private till.
tlen liii inmpMed the eoiuse end
v 1 .live her graduation diploma In
Inn. li mil the Ulgg'ti' Classical Instl
Prince and Pr'neeis Kii ininnkm
Pilnie and Pilnrrss Kalinlaninl", Mi
and Mrs II I. Kerr Mr and Mr do
Klticgel, Mis Louis Kan.iKe Mr and
Mrs Coo Kim W A Koltnar Uev
Win Mmrls Klniiiid
Mr nnd Mrs Curtis I.vors Miss Em
in.i l.vous Itobert Lv decker Mr anil
Mrs Ah I.o Pi ed Lowell Miss Low rli
Hev and Mrs Liidlngham Mr and
bom n Xorwnll. Ohio llls'nniestors
wcie O'rmnns and plum era ol
We are. malting n specialty cf Island Beef and got tho choicest
meats from tho big ranches alt ever tho Islands. If J on would hove
n thick, juicy steak or a rich ro:rt vvc will send It to joti on short no
lice Just a telephone, messag" will be neeessar) to bring tho order
to jour door.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
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tute ii fi'tlnt. sihoM Midowed b her Mis Don Lin Wllllnni Love Mr and
steplntlie Ml Hlcglt.. Mrs L P Lambe.t Mr and Mrs
Mr Smith, who is tl i-imlar chief 1'',l Mr J'1"11 rs W ,". ''"w.r ,M,r,
,,k ,, ,h- Hawaii in Hn,, here. , s I, ' ' ,,f "' ,'
,111 I .,, .wJ '.. -
il.mme Mr mid Mrs Unbelt Letters
,llc.Mr nil Mrs Jos Llghtfoot
West rn R"siiv am' fire lands In M.
Ohio H Is a grndmte of tho Ohlo'j Mr aIi t John McCindiess Miss
mn.. nimil I'nlvcrslO nnd has been1 Madge MiComllrsM J A MiCiindliss
u,M ned with leading hotels In Call L l McCindles Mr and Mis A M
fi.ir.la for tl. past t.n years, b, lug Mel!l Mr and Mrs Willi . in Ma.lelr.
., L .i.vi Mn.n in M,,., , C"l and Mrs fieo W Maifarhne Mr
.leil jftheH.tel.l, Mo-ite In Mon Mib t(inr MncflirIano Ml ,,
te re Mid the Pallfornlu In San I ran MlH rtPll Maifarlane Mr anil Mrs
ilno piMtnu to lomlni, here a ear pllrn,P Maifarlane Mrs IMnard
and - half ago 11. I- a menibei ol Macfarlane Mr nnd Mrs Ham Mae
(he TJu. Lev Club ol tms cltv farbinc Miss Helen Macfarlane Mr
Honeymoon at Walalua. nn.l Mrs Harr Macfarlane ju.ss .an,
I.UI..-..IM. au.r til.- cen.ou a ,,.f',rlne f Vl'nal MrS Mk"o
,,,,,. . , .,, Walter Macfailane Dr and Jlrs Jtoor.
wilting bnakfest was servnl at the(JIr nm, Mr ,: ,, McCl.innhnii Mr
Hrwallnu Hotel to tli bridal party i (in(, Mfg IalllP9 McKee, Tit v and Mrs
ami n few vij Intimate friends At J ,x Mackintosh, Mr and Mrs I A
oelml the happy until. 1clt 101 Wal- Magoon Mr and Mrs Kmmet Mav
Over Twenty Members
Grace Grounds at
MORSE'S MEN WIN
BY FIVE WICKEIS
The siore of the toun follow?
Order How Out Huns
It nd ison Ii MrOIII 8
A L Alilo c Ilrett b Milllll .
II L Herbeit e Mors.- b Mifllll
S IleTrdmore Picker b Miles
I L Cixhliiiin Ii Mm so
C Von der Hevde b Morse
I' Se)iiiour, b Pllanla .
II Glass Ii Mifllll
II Heedford b Morse
Prince Cupid b Morse
C W Irish not out
Some Good Scores and Hard Hits On
Both Sides-Duties of a Captain
By No Means a
Total . . St
Order How Out Huns
A W Ilottnmlcv. b Von der Hevde 5
A T Miles not out II
C P Morse e CooKluiMi b Heard-
I McOIll b II AndTson
II i: Picker stpd b Ilcirdmore
A Pllinala b Von der Hejile
O Maall did not bit
Fiddes did not bit
1 I. Ilrett did not bit
J r.irrnlnv did not bat
J Cummins did not bit
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Prolnhly no ono was tnorc surprised
than the cricketers themselves when
thej found estenlay afternoon, two
til Innma ntiil trv oriirn ct-nr"iT llin
nlua. wh. re the hone) moon will bo Dr and Mrs J 1 McDonald III nnu Mii1(l. Rroun(s t, their presence
whkh th-y will nnko,. Mrs .1 h .vm.rcw. .i '" -'"'". This unusu.ill splendid If unexpected
'" n.H,i I.. .. l..,lln . tl.nt 41. n . Inlrnt unn
auiiniiiK iiiuit.m-n unit iiiv ukrvwi i--
THEY NEVER COME BACK!
The greatest discovery for the destruction of tho greatest of pests
ANTS. Kills those that como In and Icopa others from coming. Every
housekeeper should havo a samplo box to use; no danger from poison.
TRY A BOX. PRICE 25e.
HONOLULU DRUG STOBEy agents.
or P. O. BOX 330.
It was a very happy Idea of
ourB to carry fresh Honolulu
mado candles, and expressions
ot tho highest approval have
como from tho customers who
havo bought lliem.
Como Into tho store at any
tlmo and samplo them, i:cry
variety of fresh Cream. Trench
Creams, Etc, nnd absolutely
fresh every day.
Tclephono orders delivered
H. MAY & CO.
The Popular Grocery.
It Is no extravagant
statement lor us to make
wlien wo say we can do
better furniture repairing
and upholsteilng than you
can havo done clwhero.
Wo scud old furniture
from our repair depart
ment looking like new
and our cfiorges are most
reasonable. Como and
FURNITURE CO., Limited
spent aft"! whkh thfy
the tr homo In this city
Thi lildes traveling dress was n
bin eh. h tailor uit, a white Pan. ma
hat titiiiinpil with lila. 1: tllk bauds ami
it black and while leather pompom.
Many Wedding GU's
The gio m - eift tb tho bride was i
heavy Iioinnn find ehnln bracelet si"
with diamonds The wedding gifts
weie umennis and unusually choio
a'..' t.-stcfiil i. rlmllni, In their l uin-'
manv beautliul piece of tut glass, ev
r concilvable article of table Bilvcr,
numerous vnces in Hoynl Worcester,
Cloisonne v.r.if. nnd nrticlea of Hnvl
land china She was also goneiouslv
renit-mbered b the Chinese tenants
ol the estate
Mrs l Cull) Hlgglns will have,
Jiini- IT for her home in Mninc
Seme Invited Guests
Following is n list of some of the Hun
Mr and Mrs J It Athrrton Miss
Catherine Athritou I" C Attierton C.
II Atherton Col .mil Mrs V I' Al
len Prof nnd Mrs Alexnrder, Miss
Alexander. Mils Agnes Alexander Mrs
Allen Mr and Mrs W 0 Atwatei.
Mr and Mrs C W Ashford, Mr. and
Mrs II Austin, Mrs Stafford Austin,
Miss llarrlit Austin. John Austin, V.
D Adams Dr and Mrs. It. V. Ander
son, Mis Sari Angus, Miss Mjra An
gus, Mis dene yVngiis, (leo Angus,
I'red Angus Dr and Mrs. Oco Auger.
Mr nnd Mr J W Allen
Rev and Mrs. Hiram Hlnghnm, Mis
Harrett Mr and Mrs II K Ilurke. Mis
Illshop Miss Ilishop, Mr Dradnn, Win.
Ilombrlght, Judge II C llirrow, Ralph
Drown, Irs Mar Mott-fmltli Dlril
Mr and Mrs Percy Ilenson, Miss Kttn
Ilrown John Dittersbj Mr and Mrs
I Drown, Senator and .Mrs Cecil
Ilrown It W Ilooth. Mr and Mrs II.
P Raid In Arthur Here Captain and
Mrs Derger, Mrs II Y Illckerton, Ml.
and Mrs Wm Howen. Mrs Iluckluml,
Miss Vfvian Iluekland, Miss Hazel
Mrs J S Mi drew, J Tarn Mcli
I D Mclnernv W II Mclnemv
mlral Merrj Dr. and Mrs Myers
Mr. anil Mrs Frank Nichols. II ".
Nathanson, Mrs Paul Neumann, Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Otis
Mr. and Mrs. Tenny Peck, Mr nnl
Mrs Joseph Pratt, Mrs James Pratt.
Col and Mrs Samuel Parker, Mr. and
Mrs. W II Pain. Mrs. Catheilne pans,
Mr. and MrH B II Paris, Mr and Mrs.
Ocorge Paris Mrs Annie Parke Mlas
Mr and Mrs (Jen Robertson Miss
Suia Robertson Rev Wm Rlee I I.
Rockwell Mrs 0 W Humble I W
Robinson, Ml Holland
Mr and Mih i: J .Siiauldlng Mr
An exceptional!) good piogruu was
son this )ear means business nnd that presented last night at the Murph)
In all probahlllt) It will easll) eclipse lemperanie cum mi- opening pi.i.iu
tho last few seasons during which the solo b Mlfcs Ta)lor was well received
game has undeniably been on the por- A sketch 'Sairees Troubles' drama
clipn,., Itized b) Mrs Ulndt, was ver laugh-
Thl on. the flmt came under the aM. espeelall) Mr Ward as Sacrees
new officers and these arc uatuarlly who kept the audience In a tit of laugh
eUtcd over their success and Intend to , ter from beginning to end espeelall)
,in nil In thplr now.r to kei i) cricket, when he got stuck In a barrel, Mr
up to the good start It has made Se)mour was also favorably received
- Innlnn. Not Finished. In the same sketch A song by Master
It might be said In this connection ' "i?,,!!,l!".7.! LiS!?. XZZlVZ
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
San Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Dank of San Francisco.
an Fr'ancloco Tke Nevada Na
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London The Union IJanlc ot Lon
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Chicago Merchants' National Bant.
Paris Credit Lvonnals.
Berlin Dresdnor Dank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong Shanghai Hanking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Rank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made ta
approved security. Commercial aid,
Travelers' Credlta Issued. Bills ot Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
that the cricket captain's Job Is no
well rendered Miss Frlda Schlefer also
sinecure It Is his business to pick "- """" """" -" .'"" ' T
tho teams which are to pla) each Sat-1 Joraul , The guitar duet b) Mr Wal-
urelaj during the week While there " "' -r Mo"18.0" w B ""'Vc"'
are among the cricket contingent he.e 'ncored A ske tch. "The lalthful Ser-
nuniero.is g.nulne enthusiasts who do ""I." ''V J"1 W"d and Mr Se)niour
all the) em, to promote the game and f PJ . a,"' the audience
arc on the grounds whenever It Is pos- "ro highly delight, .1 whin Mr .rd
slble for them to he there. It Is also P'' " ,lle burning letter b) s ttlng
,, B.,,l In, I nlnn n VfTV true f.llt tll.lt "" " "'" ' """ "",l" "l'" "l" l
ere are plavcrs who will promise the umi ' " k0n ''laznl up amid a roir
1 it I imililnl nn.l tv i llnmnlit tlin m llf-t lift
ami Mrs los Swartz luiige mill Mrs m
It I) Sllllmnn W II S.o.t r I Scott eaptaln to be on the fleld for the game ; j - V ;,, fa c7 o
... -.. ... i -.. .i. u... m. ,....1 but wlio when the tins conus not onl) 'iroppiu A kenuiinan pno iaiiei 10
Mrs ; C Se ,, i:fr and Mrs Per, tail to appc... hut even neglect (,. In- "Is n.ne.Jp.a)e, the auordlon
&VmL UIH, SeT'lohn'st'oke's5 Mm, the captain that the) .... not at-.-Uh a good , eM ,, U, e ,t
Pioneer Building and Loai
A88ET8, JUNE !), 1W1, W0.04JJ7.
Moaoy loaned on approved security.
A Baving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock la now
OFFICERS -J. L. McLean, Presi
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vlco President:
C. B. Cray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear;
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. dear, C. B. Orny,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Koeca. J. A. Ly't,
Jr., J. M. Llttlo, U. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Offl Hours: 12:30 1:30 p. m.
Prof and Mrs M M Scott Mis Stan-
genwald Mr and Mrs W O Smith
Mr and Mrs Mott-Sinlth Mr ami
Mrs N S Saths Mr and Mis Smith
Mrs 'Montague Turner. Dr and Mrs
Tn)lor. Mr and Mrs W O Ta)lor.
Mr. anil Mrs Thos O Thrum, Mr. and
Mrs Vlila 'llirum. Mi anil Mrs Wil
liam Thrum. Mr and Mis finest
Thrum, Mr and Mis I. A Thurston.
Mr and MrH Von Holt I A Vlzza
,. ... .i.i. i i... i ,.t .,inr .i,n mnkn' sketch "Scouring the Countr) b)
the path of the crltkct eaptaln a Messrs. Ward, S..)muur uud Dolllnger
thorn) one lly his non-appcarnnto ' " A -I Dolllnger made a vcr)
...!. .. i,,r mm urlniislt mar the en- K""l old farmer Mr. Ward as a dark)
Joym.nt of tho game for tw cut) -one , showed that he knows the b.isln.ss
' ! ii , II llv Cm fiwiKf no Mio lilrnil 1 el all.
other men who havo kept their ap
Yesterday's Good Showing.
Tho men who showed up ester,lav
can nearly all of them be lounted on
well. Mr Sc)mour as the hired Irish
man anil J S Dolllnger as the farm
erg daughter were very good, in fact
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24.000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18.000.000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,710,000
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and receives for cot-
ph) Dramatic Club deserve praise even
can ivue., a., "i ""'" :,"",-: on tho prof.ssional stage
as fctand-b)s and besides them there i
are nt iPist livo or six men wim i-m
prevent,,! from coming )CBterday but
who will bo regular attendants after
this Cricket Is on tho rise lino ono
of lloh Anderson's sky scraping balls
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
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If )ou haven t, come and see
us at once.
The"AL VISTA" ubcs a film,
loads and "unloads In daylight,
takes a plcturo of a scope of
about 180 degroos, or more thsn
tho human cyo can see at ono
tlmo In short, It's a wondei
Mr nnd Mrs Gilbert Wliltne) Dr
nnd .Mrs J M Wliltne) Mr and Mrs ',i tim rrbketers aro all looking for-
Wllllam Wliltne). Miss Ada Whitney, ! war, t0 future of n roseate hue Play
Mrs White tho .Misses White, Mr. anil i)aii
.Mrs Osuir White Mr and Mis Henr) Yesterdays game began at a little
T Watcrhouse. Mr and Mis Albert ' nfter 4 o'clock Owing to the absence
Wntcrlioime Mi and Mis William of gonie of the ulajers who had prom-
wan, Tiiomis wan. air aim -ht Ucd to como. tho taptains. Morso aim klkl grounds The score was 33 to 10
Richard Weeilon. Airs .viar) t vviuui-1 ntttr,m0re, had to pick some players in tIl0 i.llna10ll 00)8" favor The
Held Miss Calherlno Wlildiflcld Mlsi ,rom mong the spectators, but there teams were as follows
Mar) Wlildltleld, Mr and Mrs I I. wll8 80o, material to pick from so iin,0ll jrPp
Williams, .vir aim airs j 11 vv 0,111, t,tre WIlg no plllkln. There wero piay- Catcher
crs nnd to spare . Tal Chen
Beardmore's Men Bat.
Tho team of Beardmore, the vice- Kun Fook
captain, was tho first to go before the Klrst Base.
wicket. Iiottomlc) cted as wicket Ed. Miller .... W. Chllllngworth
keeper while McOIll anil Morse did tho Second Base
bowling Later on Miles and Pllanala R.Jordan . McCorrlston
. ., ... "... ...,,. m,, . f. ,
the above named members of the Mur- '".Vt" .."'!.. .c5?. " .?"e" urr"
uuu uvbioio ui vetruii. auu irauuicea a
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months S
For 3 months 3
llranch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., lh King Stree
lit Rev Alfred Willis and wife. A. R
Wutson, A L W)inan. Mr and Mrs
J P Wynne, the Misses Wynne, Judge
Whiting. IhcoMoro Wores. Mr. and
Mr nnd Mrs C. M Cooke. Mr. and
Urn rtariiitn r'rtnlrn .TnVtn fnnl. MleQ
Catherine Cooke, Miss Junla Cooke ' Mr I'lillln Weaver Mr and Mrs Ar
Mrs 8. N Castle. Miss Carrie Castle. tur Wall Mr and Mrs II K Wlch
Mrs Henry Castle, Mr. and Mrs James man, Mrs William Woon
Canle Mr. and Mrs W It Castle. I '
Mrs Coan. Mr. nnd Mrs. Warren Cham-1 Mrs arndicy. Miss Horenco .arrow ,,a team tho captaln, Ileardmore. piled Chen Yet
bcrlaln. Will Chaml crlaln. Miss Mattle Mr. and Mrs. bo .oung vir anu .Mrs tll0 i,iggest number of runs making
Chamberlain, Miss Blanche Coombs, . An 1 011.
After the Service
The bo)s from the Punahou Prepira
tor) school defeated those from the
grammar grade of the High school at
baseball )esteida) morning on the Ma
. . K Ting
... n Akl
also took a hand at the howling For ,
Miss Crystal, Miss Alio Campbell, At
bert Campbell, Eugene Campbell, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Catton, Senor Cana
varro. Miss Mary Catton. Frank Cat
ton, Mr. and Mrs S. F Chllllngworth.
Mrs. L. A. Chllllngworth, Mls3 Mary
Chllllngworth, W. II. Coney. Dr. and
Mrs C B Coopr, Hon and Mrs II
E Cooper W II Cornweil, Mr. and
Mrs John Cummlngs, Mr and Mrs.
i: S Cunha, Mivs Roue Cunha, A. It
After tho wedding party passed out
35 of them before ho was finally taught Engee .
out by Picker, Miles bowling Boh An
derson made some pretty high Myers v. Hostine
1 .. . ... ..
of the church the bridegroom and nnd Prince Cupiil snow en uiraseu us
friends proceeded to the Hawaiian Ho- a free batter, piling up a score with n. Wilcox
,..1 ,ui,or n.imnrn.n frlpmls gathered two figures for himself. This team 1
to wish happiness to the newly wedded Btayed In till a little after five going
out witn 3 runs 10 mc-ir trom.
Duties of the Captain.
For Morse's team, Miles mado 31
runs and wbb not out 11 Glass kept
wicket Uottomle) acted as wicket
and Anderson bowled Morso mnile
twent) being final!) caught out ny
Cockhurn. Ileardmore bowling PIH-
pair. In the new dining room of tho ho
tel a tastefully decorated luncheon ta-
bio was set At tach convert was a
hand decorntod souvenir menu card
and lels of white carnations and mallo
were wound around each plate Along
the center of the table stood large
His Excelleno tho Governor and bunches of call.i lilies and marguerites
.. ....... . .. . .. .. , ..... , , I ...... . Iw ...tlft.l oil.
Mis Sanford I) Dole, Mr and Mrs II
F Dillingham Isaac Dillingham, W
K Dillingham Mrs Bella I,)ons Davis
J II Doty James Doughert) Mr and
Mrs S M Damon Mr and Mrs Frank
Damon Mr and Mrs Edwa.d Damon,
Mrs Cornelia Damon Mr and Mis T
C'llve Davles, Mr and Mrs David Day
ton C S Desk), Mr and Mrs W W
Dtmond, Mr and Mrs E 1
In the background was a beautiful sll
vcr coffee service a present fiom tho
stuff of the hotel
Last nights arrests Intituled 10
gamblers 5 drunks 1 common nui
sance and 1 vagranc) case
A tomertlnn promi uaile lOiueit was
Dole, Mlsi one of the diversions on Hotel strict
P. Wong It Chllllngworth
Punahou . 6 1180 3 0 6 33
High School 2 3 0 0 0 0 IV 10
The last two Innings were not played.
AT UAMOA, MAUI.
Mill Machinery, complete or In part,
consisting ot one U"x00" 6 roller mill,
II. I Wks. make, Putnam Engine,
Vac. Pan, Double Effects, ClarlQert,
Centrifugals, Vac. Pumps, etc., etc.
Parcels of land. Interest In Hul
Lands, Houses, Work Animals, Cartt,
Harness, Plows, Tools of all aorta.
For particulars, apply to Mil J. R.
MYERS, Manager, at Hamoa, Maul, or
to C. BREWER & COMPANY, LTD,
Dated Honolulu. March 4th, 1ML
The weekly edition of the evening
Bulletin It the largest and beat pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty paces S1 year.
Yesterda) morning a about 7 30
nnla Biorcd 10 runs and Picker had the 0 clock Edward Mac) d'ed at his homo
hard lu k to get Btumped. Ileardmore on Vlni)nrd strci t Tho deciased. who
bawling, after he had niaile seven runs was about flft) years of ago was foi-
Owing to the lateness of the houi the inert) empto)ul as a bookkeeper with
game had to ilose aft, r the flnt six W W Dlmond & Co up to tho time
men hail gone out live men not bit- of his death In had work, ,1 'n the
ting II) this time Morse's team had sum, cipucit) for the Honolulu Iron
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