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STKNINO BULUCTM. 1HJNOUJL. It. T.. SATURDAY. HAT 11, UOt.
INTERESTING SUMMER NEWS
LIGHT WASHABLE SKIRTS
Tlmo to lay aside those heavy skirts for something that will In
sure somo degree of comfort during the hot weather, nnd the hot
weather will last a long time.
Splendid showing of many styles this week, direct from the man
ufacturer, at prices that will stand comparison with any and prove
to bo tho lowest.
Very Latest Cut
And we have them to fit everyone. Seo somo of the styles In tho
Linen Crash Skirts
with flounce, any length -jr.
up to 44 Inches I""
corded flounce, brown, l "yr
bluo and grey, all sizes WlilU
corded flounces, vertical cords.
Dlue, brown, green, Or Cfl
all lengths 90)
with flounce, self trim- d "7C
med, any length OlilO
Extra quality, vertical tucks,
with flounce all OQ nn
Polka Dot Duck Skirts
Navy blue and black, with
"ounce- and two rows
of trlmmlng.all lengths
'ounce- and two rows M rn
Navy Blue Polka Dot Duck
trimmed with B rows of
white, alt sizes up to P OC
44 Inches Pli4J
Black Polka Dot Duck
with two rows of whlto trim
ming, lengths from 39 tf en
to 44 Inches OlidU
Blue Polka Dot Duck Skirts
trimmed all around with four
rows of ruffles, edged with
white, nil lengths up
to 44 Incites . ..
extra fino quality, fancy stitch
ed and corded, very stylish and
suro to provo rapid sellers, all
lengths up to cn
Ladies' New Shirt Waists
WHITE AND COLORBD
Don't buy nnythlng In this line beforo you Bee us. Wo believe wo
havo tho very finest waists In town nnd In all styles, Including the
In all tho new ahades and
BtrlpeB. Fino quality. a nn
ten yards for OliUU
Entirely new nnd extremely
pretty In stripes and figures.
Wo have Just recived a shipment
of GASOLINE nnd KER08ENE
FISHING TOUCHES, nbnolutcly
safe nnd cunnot by blown out.
Atildc from being used for fishing
purposes, they have proven to be
an excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT for
plantation use. PRICE $2.25 Ul
Honolulus and Punahous
In Two Splendid Games
When people turn out to a game of
baseball the way they did yesterday
afternoon, on short notice too, It Is n
good Indication that tho games hnvo
become ery popular. Slnco the sea
son began, there have been mnny crit
ical eyes turned on tho league nnd Its
House tenm In a very close and hard
fought game on tho pievlous Satur j
day. Tho unexpected happened again
and the l'unnhous by n supreme effort
nnd playing an uphill game, won out
by Just ono run. Special mention
should be made of the work of Mers
conduct of the games has been watch-on third. In the first gamo played by
cd With great care. Now It has been
found thnt the league as composed of
a body of efficient )oung men and that
the l'unahoiis, Mjcrs played a game
that was full of errors, but ho has
changed altogether and jesterday
their management of nffnlrs up to thu played a most brilliant game. Ill
present time, has had one main object llelding and throwing to first could not
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in A lew dean games and no rowdy
ism among the players or tho crowd.
Garnet Are Popular.
It Is Hi In thnt has mndu the season's
games more popular each day they
have been played Tho first games,
although good ones, were witnessed by
a small crowd. At tho second, thoro
was an Increase and this has been
kopt up until yesterday, there were in
the neighborhood of 1200 people pres
ent at the game nnd included in tho
vast audience were tho very best peo
ple In the city. Society people wero
out In force nnd tho boundaries wero
lined with swell turnouts. To cap the
climax, tho crowd was an enthusiastic
one nnd applauded at frequent Inter
vals, thus spurring tho players nn to
their very best efforts.
Tho stone fences and other plicca
about tho grounds wero again used by
tho sneaks to get In without paying,
but Officer Nigel Jackson saw that
they did not get very far.
H. A. C. Too Strono.
have been done better CV a proles
In fnct, the fielding by tho whole
team was far above the average. Any
thing within reason was Invariably so-
In the first gume. which started
promptly at 1:30 p. m.. the Honolulu
Athletic Club team was pitted against
the Custom House, the personnel of
the teams being ns follows:
Custom House Moore, ss.; fiorman.
c; Now ell, 2b ; Reunion, lb.; Elston.
3b ; Oay. If.; Tucker, p.; Doners, cf
and Klwn, rf.
II. A. C Pryre, 3b.; J. Williams, ss ;
Louis, 2b.; Cunha. c: Joy, p.; J. Aylett.
cf.; Hansmnnn. If., Olcnxon, lb., and
First Inning No Runs.
Moore went to tho bat first for tlu
Customs nnd Joy struck him out. Gor
man followed suit. Nowcll Hew out
I to second on a high infield fly.
i 1'ryce for the Honolulus made n bate
I bit but was caught by Mooro (short
stop) at second. Williams went out on
The most Interest was ccutercl In ' fir0"'"'" to pitcher hut he ran out
the first game, II. A. C. vs. Custom 'u f the base line and was called out.
House. Tho former is conceded to bo ' Second Inning Still No Runt.
the strongest in tho league, while thoro I ,n the second Inning. Scnnlon for the
are many who still place confidence n'. Cu8,om'1 struck out, Joy was pitching
tho Customs team on nccount of their
a regular cannon ball and was putting
them over the plate In fine shape. HIs
ton nnd Ony both struck out. Joy
struck out five of the first six men that
went to the bat during the first two
In expecting a fino contest, tho
crowd wns not disappointed, although
from tho start, It could ho seen that 'Innings,
the II. A. CVs had tho best of it and i Cunha for tho Honolulus made a
that tho Custom House team could not cIca" two basc hlt out ,n, '" Jov
win unless something-phenomenal bap wc"1 ?ut f0"'1 "r8t; SMrlfllcIng
on u v and ndvanclng Cunha to third. J. Ay
,lett went out, Becond to first. Now ell
Fine Fielding, I holding the ball long enough to keep
Tho fielding of the Smugglers was Cunha from running home. Hniisninn
most excellent, but Tucker in tho boi went out. short to first.
was weak nnd ho was hit safely on sov- Third Joy Pitching Well.
era! occasions. Tho gamo was an up- Tucker led off for the Customs In the
hill one nnd tho Smugglers plnycd tho thltd inning nnd was called out hy tho
gamo right up to tho hnndlo until the unU'lnj for swinging his bat more than
Inst man was out, never for onco los ha,f wuy ,"rl,w tll(' p,n,c " tllc lhlr'1
g their nerve omni.-. im- bjiiic- was siuiipc-u nir si
,, ,, ,,',,,.., . ! short time whllo the captains of tho
Tho Honolulus did their work like teams ..rerun! Ihn .mini with ihn ,,m.
ninrhlnery. Joy was a revelation. Nov plre. The decision was not clmnged.
er did he pitch such a gamo before. His Mowers and Klwn both struck out.
delivery was both BWlft and deceptive Joj's record up to this time wns eight
nnd such batters as Mooro and Oor- 8lr", ,mla ollt ot "lB0 nlc" '" ,hu l,at-
man wero doomed moro than onco to ul" r "e Honolulus went out
rnn ih ir on a """ assist from third (i:iston) to
I MIDI ilj lull fcUl UJM' nn IUIIIB, -.CC
Mallei Favorites. i nt t0 glortt ,le in ttas tirown t0
In tho second game I'unahou Ath- second nnd Ailett went out. There
lotle Club vs. Maltc-lllma the forecast came very near being a double play al
was decidedly In favor of tho latter, this point. Williams went out on a
they having defeated tho Custom B'oii'ider to first.
Fourth Honolulus Score.
In tho fourth Inning Moore went to
tho bat for tho Customs uml went out
on a In aut If ul assist by ' nti her to first
Gorman went out on a slow giounder to
first Now ell stunk out.
Louis for the Honolulus made a two
luxe hit far out Into right Cunha
flew out In eat) her on n high foul and
Joy hit down third base line bringing
Louis In. .1. Alett made a base hit
Hansman made a two basc hit Into
left, bringing In Joy and Aylett (llea
son went out. third to first. Alett
went out short to firiit Tho scorn
now stood 3 to 0 In faior of the Hono
lulus. Fifth Cuttomt Score.
In the fifth Inning, Scnnlon hit to
pitcher who threw wild to llrtt, giving
the runner three bases. The ball was
picked up and thrown back by one of
the crowd. Elston went out, catcher
to first, day made the first safe hit ul(
Joy, sending the ball Into left for on
base. Scanlon came home (lay stole
second, receiving In the small of his
back the ball that was thrown from
first to second to catch him. Tucker
went out on a grounder to first but
advanced Oay to third. When How era
was nt the bat, Joy threw wild and
Oay came home. Dowers struck out.
Score. 3 to 2,
I'ryce went to the bat for the Hono
lulus and ficw out to Dowers In center.
Williams made a basc bit between third
and short. Louis got first on an error
by second (Nowcll). Cunha hit safe
Into right for three bases, bringing lu
Williams nnd Louis. Joy sent a hall
over second for a singlo nnd Cunhu
came home. J. Aylett ficw out to
first and Cunha wns caught at second
on a double play, shortstop (Moore)
Sixth Cunha Playt Well.
In the sixth. Klwa for the Customs
made a snfo hit Into right. Moore went
out on a grounder to first, sacrificing
und advancing Klwa to second. Gor
man struck out. Now ell sent n hot one
past first, ndinnclng Klwa to third
Scanlon flew out to Cunha who madti
a splendid run to the right In the direc
tion of the crowd,
Anderson took Klwa's place In right
'tor the Customs team. Hansman for
I the Honolulus went out, second to first
I Oleason struck out. Aylett went out,
short to first.
Seventh Elston Throws Wild.
In the seicnth Lchncr went Into
right field for Aylett. Alston for tho
Customs went out on a foul lly to
catcher. Gay struck out. Tucker flew
out to center.
I'ryce went to the bat first for tho
Honolulus and hit to third. Hlston
threw wild to first and the runner got
two bases Williams Hew out to Now
ell. covering the Inner part of right
field I'rjce gut third on u pasted ball
Louis struck out. Cunha went out.
second to first
Eighth Score Not Changed.
In the eighth Inning, Dowers for the
Customs struck out Anilerron did th-
8 lino. Moore made the third victim ot
Joy fur the Honolulus made a lux"
hit nuil got second on an enur hy
center Aylett How out to left who
threw to second catching loy nnd mak
Ing the second double play of the day
Hansman hit sufe through si-coml
Hnnsmnn tiled to hteal second, cute her
threw to first und (list to second, catch
lug the runner
Ninth Cuttomt Lose.
The ninth Inning saw Gorman at
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Henry H. Williams
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roo c. i.
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W. H. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
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Honolulu, II T., May 1, 1902.
Received from EMMETT MAY, draft for Fifteen Hundred Dollars on
the GERMANIA LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, amount assured by Policy
.No 2USii53 on tho llfo ot William Mejer, deceased.
1500. (SlRlicd,) CECIL nilOWN,
Administrator Estnto of Wm. Meyei
Tho GERMANIA pays their death claims promptly; even In case of eui
clde alter tho policy has been In force one year. It will bo roraenibered that
Wm Meyer shot himself recently.
UMAtUIT MAY, Atunnuur.
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