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SUNDAY nUM.nTIN. HONOLULU. H. T. SUNDAY, JUNE 29. 1902.
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Has all thu tonic properties and
the delightful flavor of tho best
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Phone Main 140.
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treatment. Greatest success
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covered ant exterminator. If
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In tbo pantry Antollne Is
Invaluable as It is not a poison
but haB tho desired result
Still InJhQ Field
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has started In business again now at
650 KINO 8TREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all its branches, and will be pleased
to seo all ot bis old patrons, as well
as now ones, lie has no connection
with any other shop.
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Agent to Grant Marriage License.
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Real Estate, Insurance, Collection.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Borax Deposits Preserve
San franclsco, June 20 The only
liart of the United States In which bor
ax Is produced Is California nnd No-
ada In these two States more than
one-fourth of the world's production rl
this article Is obtained
It Is used In great quantities In tlio
preservation of meat and silk, and
man people use It for the presorvn
tlon of their complexions. The Sov-
res porcelain, as well as the common
er tableware, contains borax. Doot
knobs and huts and calico dresses do
rlvo their polish from its use.
Most of the bornx that Is found In
California comes from the southeast-!
ern part of that State being mined In
the region known as Death Vnllcy,
which Is not a nlley In any sense ex
cept that It Is surrounded b moun
tnlns It Is, in fact a desert!
A strange stor) Is told oi the man
nnd at the mot ultlciil point In the
whole game, he strutk out. Thechoius
of gtoniiM was enough to npp.il tho
stoutest henrtcd. Had he made n little
single, the game would luic been won,
With two men out his strike out settled
However, there Is one advantage
Sillied by the Knmehiimehas. It will
make the contests during tlio rannlnel-
r of the season all the moru spirited
and will gltc confidence to the teams
that h(ie been meeting with such hard
lurk of lute. '
Two Umpires Needed. ,
It was demonstrated bcvotid n doubt
b this game that there Ih urgent neccs-
slty for two umpires In the games fori
the lemalnder of the season. One um
plre on a hot day with the sun shining
into Ills cjes. slmpl) cannot take earn
r a game pioperly ns was easily seen
li the cKelslons istcnlny I
Lieut Newton was perfectly honest
In his woik nnd did the work to the
wry best of his ability and peihapi
better than nnone else In town could
l.uve done under similar circumstances
but he certainly did err to the cost of
The second game Malle-Ulmas vs.
Artillery was somewhat slow but
then- was some very go p1a)lng and
the Soldiers showed up In very much
better form with a new man behind the
hat and another nt short.
However. It must be said that the
Soldlcis ns they are at present really
cannot play ball In such a wny ns to
mnko an Interesting game with nuy
other team of the league. Something
radical such as securing five or fix
new men, must be done beforo 'hey
can expect to pull clown a game. It
must be said, however, that the Sol
diers did some very good pla)lng In
the beginning nnd at tbc end of the
A crowd of about SQ0 turned out and
the hand enlivened things a great deal.
Time was called for the first gamo
nt about 1 40 o'clock, tbc line-up be
ing ns follows-
Knmebamcha J. Kekuewa. lb ; Ko
kl, rf., Vannntta, 2b.; Renter, p ;
Lemon, ss., Hlchards, 3b , Ilnmaku, If.;
Jones, cf., and I) Kekuewa. c.
Honolulu Pryce, 3b.. Aylett, c.;
Williams, ss , Louis, c; Joj. p ; Les
lie. Ih , Hansman, If , Thompson. 2b.,
and flleason. rf.
First No Runs.
In the first Inning, J Kekuewa for
the Kami got first on an error by
Thompson nt second. Kokl struck out.
Vannatta hit high fly to center for n
muff but the Holder, picking up tho
ball, got It to second In time to catch
Kekuewa. Iteutcr struck out. Joy
;ot In his good work where It was
needed and the Kams failed to scorn
w here. In the beginning, It looked ns If
the collegians would get a run.
I'ryce for the Honolulus got first on
a wild throw by pttcner nut waa
caught at second on an assist from first
to second. Aylett made n base hit lo
tween first and second, and was also
caught at second. Williams got first
on nn en or by Lemon nt abort. Louis
struck out. neuter for the Kams wai
doing excellent work In the box nnd
he had a big crowd of rooters along tho
side lines to give him encouragement
Second Honolulus Score.
In the second, Lemon and Hlchardi
(Vannatta running) struck out for the
Kams. Hamaku went out, pitcher to
Joy for the Honolulus made a two
bagger Into left. Lesllo (Louis run
ning) struck out. "Hnnsman followed
suit, being unablo to "get onto" neu
ter's curves. Joy got third on a passed
ball. Thompson got base on balls. Tha
ball was fumbled by tho catcher and
Joy came steaming down the line for a
run. Oleason hit to short who threw
to Becond, catching Thompson.
Third Kekuewa Throws Well.
In the third, Jones for tho Kams
strue k out. D. Kekuewa rondo the sec
ond of the kind. J. Kekuewa got base
on balls but was caught at second on a
beautiful throw by Kekuewa behind
I'ryce for the Honolulus, flew out tc
Lemon at short. Aylett went out,
pitcher to first, Iteutcr making n fine
ttop of a very swift ball. Williams
went out on n grounder to first.
Fourth Kamehamehas Ahead.
In the fourth. Kokl for tho Kami
went out on n grounder to first. Van
natta made a two-bagger Into right,
tho ball going over Into the palm trees
Hcuter made a single Into center Lem
on made a single Into right which
brought Vnnnattn home, thus making
the seoro a tie Tho yelling of the root
ers at this stago was something awful
Hlchards (J. Kekuewa running) go)
first on an error by Thompson at Bec
ond nnd Hcuter came home Hamnku
flew out to first. Jones got base on
balls Joy was doing very badly D
Kekuewa made a slnble which brought
U-mon and Wchards (J. Kekuewa run
ning) borne. J. Kekuewa flow out to
Thompson at second
Louis tor the Honolulus went out,
WOMAN'S PCATUKC8 RliCOCNIZbD
WllliN HOUND IN SAND
uer In' tthlch borax was discovered lu
this allcy or death. Several years ago
prospectors passing across the vnlle)
found a woman lying on the sand. Shu
jhad died In this desert, nnd. strange to
sny, her body had been preserved.
Kvcn the features of the face wera
recognizable, and she was Identified as
one of n party of emigrants who had
gone Into the alley several years be
fore. The scientific men in the camp
to which the prospectors belonged
readily ascribed the preservation of
the flesh to the action of borax, nnd
soon mines of the precious product
were In operation.
llornx In California appears In ek
presslons, which are technically
known as marshes There are no out
lets to these depressions, and the
sides are barren mountains. The bet
loins nre covered with deposits which
from page 1.)
pitcher to first .Toy got first on an
enor by Hepter who fumbled a verj
cn bnll. Leslie (l.ouls running) hit
to short Who tlnew to second, cntchlng J
.Joy. The attempt nt n double play
didn't work. I.ouU. running for Les
lie, stole seioud. Hnnsman got two
bases on an eiror by Lemon at short
and Louis, running for Leslie, came
home. Thompson mnde a slow infield
single. Ulcason made a two base lilt
Into tight nnd Ilausmnn lame home
l'rjco struck out. The stoie was now
4 to 3 111 favor of the Kams.
Fifth Honolutus Take Lead.
In tho fifth. Kokl for the Kami
struck out. Vann.itta made n dean
single past short. Heutcr (Kokl run
nlng) hit to pitcher, who threw to ser-
ond. catching Vnnnattn nnd leaving Ko
kl safe at first. Kokl stole second.
Lemon got base on balls. Lemon and
Kokl wcie advanced a base each on a
passed bnll. Hlchards (Vnnnattn run
ning) llew out to Thompson nt se-ond.
Aylett for the Honolulu went out
cm a swift grounder to first Williams
mnde a clean single over short Lonli
mnde another of the same kind Into
left. Joy mnde a sacrifice to short,
advancing Williams to third and Louis
to second. Lchllo (Pryce running)
made a single Into center nnd Williams
came home, thus making the score u
tie. Louis came home on a passed bnll
j Hnnsmann flew out to Hcuter. Ths
score now Hood 5 to 4 lu favor of tbc
I Sixth Ball Hit Umpire.
I In the sixth. Ilnmaku hit far out Into
le.t for an unfortunate but almost un
avoidable muff by Hansman, thus se
curing one base. Jones made a single
Into center. Ilnmaku was caught mi
trjlng to steal third. D. Kekuewa
struck out. J. Kekuewa made two
bags on a muff by Hnnsman in left. Ko
kl llew out on a foul to third,
kl llew out on a foul to third.
Lemon went Into the box for the
Knms, Router went nut Into left and
Ilnmaku came In to short. Thompson
for the Honolulus struck out. Cloason
dew out to Vannntta at second, l'ryeei
got bis base on a swltt grounder that
struck the umpire. I'ryco stole becond
A)lett struck out,
Seventh Score Again Tied,
In the seventh, Vnnnutta for tin
Kunis went out, third to first. Heutc:
went out. second to first. Lemon hll
to third. I'rjtc threw the ball far ovci
first base nnd the i miner camo homo,
again making the score a tie Hlchards
(J. Kekuewa running) stiuck out.
Williams for the Honolulus made
first on an error by short Louis got
bis base on balls. Joy was ut the l!.it
and Louis, ns usual, kept plujlng oft
i first. He got too far olt und bad to
run. Williams went on to third and
! LouIb made second safe. Williams then
camo home but was caught at the plate,
Louis was advanced to third but hurt
himself. 1'iyce got first on an error
uy pucner anu l.ouis came nuiue, pui
ting the Honolulus- in the lead again
Piyce was caught at second.
Eighth Kams Ahead Again.
Hamaku for the Kams went
pitcher to first. Jones got base on
balls. I). Kekuewu made a base hit in
to left. J, Kekuewa made a two-bagger
down third baso line which was outsldo
tho line but which was called safe bj
the umpire. Jones came home. Kokl
made a sacrifice hit to second, bringing
I). Kekuewa In, thus putting tho Kami
ahead again. Vannatta itruck out.
Hnnsman for tho Honolulus struck
out. Thompson followed suit. Glenson
went out, third to first.
Ninth Kams Win Out.
In tho ninth, Hcuter for the Kams
got fliet on a wild throw by Wllllaiui
at short Lemon llew out to left, Ay
lett making n beautiful catch Lcruou
running for Hcuter, got taught ut sec
ond Hlchards (Vannatta running) got
linee on balls. Hamaku struck out.
I'rjce for the Honolulus Hew nut to
(list Ajlttt went out on n grounder
to first Williams hit far out irto
right. A couple of feet more and thu
ball would have gone over tho fenoe
However the runner got two bases.
Louis got first on an error by the base
mun there nnd stole second. Joy stl ucU
gut and the gieat Invincible wen
downed for the first time duriu; tlw
The seore was 7 to C In favor of th
Thcro was wild enthusiasm at the
completion of the game, tho r. clew
taking possession of the Held nnd car
lying their plaers off on their should
In the second game Artillery vs
Mnlle-lllma the teams and their posl
tions were ns follows:
Maile-IUma- Lunhlwa. If ; Mana. 2b ,
Davis, lb , Clark, p , Klley, c. Desha
rf ; Jones, ss , Akau, 3b ; and Taylor,
Artillery Smith, 2b ; I'llney. rf.;
Manls, It.; Dennett, 3b , Mack, c ;
O'Leary, lb . Hrown, p.j Dchr, cf. and
First One Run Apiece.
In tho first, Lunhlwa for the Mallea
resemble elrtv snow and which varj
Most geologists are of the opinion
that those inirlns are the bottoms of
prehistoric lakes In some of them a
foot or inure of water stands during
tlio rain) season, but most of tlicm
have long been dried up.
in Dealli Valley borate of Time com
monly appears In the form of n ball,
Some nre as large as pumpkins, nnd
others as small as pin hends. Usually
these balls are found In tough claj
around the edge of tho mnrshes, but
they nre sometimes In sand beds as
When these balls nre broken they
show a beautiful white, crystalline In
terlor. Wluu exposed to the air they
become dull gray and bard. Occasion
ally almost pure crjstnls of borax aro
found In Death Valley, (tut most of tlio
struck out Mann made a fine three
bagger out Into left. Davis (William
running) scut the bnll out Into right
for what would have been a three-bagger
but Williams fell down between
second and thild and was caught
Mania i nine limne. Clark struck out.
SuTlth for the Soldiers got base on
bills nnd stole second Klley threw
n lid to suoiid ami Smith got second.
Pllnc lilt to third who threw to catch
er. Smith being caught nt the plate
.Mnni lna,i, n Rlngle Into right nnd got
cr-eond on n fumble by tbo fielder. Hen-
1 nctt hit to second nnd Mauls wn
I caught between that base and third
' I'llncv came home. Mack struck out.
Second Soldiers Play Well.
I In the tec nnd Klley for the Mallei
mnde n single down past sernnd Ha
Stole second, got third on n passed ball
, and tried to get home but was caught
between thlid nnd the plate. Dcshn
I struck out Jones made n base lilt
down third bibe line. Akau got Mist
i on an en or by Mcl'nrlane nt short.
Taylor hit to short who threw to sec-
und. catching Aknu
O'l.eaij for the Soldiers flew out to.
center. Hrown got flist nn nn error
by Jones ut short. Ilobr got baso on
balls Md'urlanc made a slnglu Into
left Smith hit to first who throw
home. cutihiiiR Drown nt the plate.
Pllno) got lia-e on balls and Ilebr wn
fori ed home nil the bases being filled.
Manls got first on nn en or hy short
MrTarlnne came home. Dennett llew
out to (list lUavisi on a foul
Thlrfi A Three-Dagger.
In the thlid. Lunhiwn for the Mallei
sent a ball over toward the IMeparatory
icehool building for three hngs Mann
llew out to right and Luahlwn came
home. Davis (Williams running) got
first on nn error by second. Clark hit
to third who threy to second catching
Williams (substitute) who was running
for Davis Klley hit to short who threw
to second, catching Clark.
Mack for the Soldiers Hew out to
Aknu who ran from third past tho
pitcher's box to catch the ball. O'Lenry
(Hennett running) made a single be
tween first and second. Hrown put
one of the same kind In the same place
Ilchr struck out. Mcrarlane llew out
In first on a foul
Fourth Malles Make Five.
In the fourth. Desha for the Malic"
made a single over short and stole sec-
on.l. Jones hit to short whothrcvv to
third, cntchlng Desha. Akau got two
bases on an error by left ami Jones'
came home Taylor landed on the ball
for n three bagger nnd Aknu came
home. Luahlwa hit to short who threw,
home to catch Tnvlor. Tho ball hit '
Mack In the bead and the limner was
safe. Mann got two bases on a wild
throw I.) short nnd Lunhiwn camo
home Mana stole third nnd came horns
on n passed ball. Davis went out,
Pitcher to first. Clark went out, thlru
,0 ur(ij i
Smith for the Soldiers made n slngl
Into center I'llney flew out to Tnylor
in center. Mauls llew out to Desha In
right Smith stole third. Hennett hit
Into right nnd someone In tho team
jelled "Talor." The tenter fielder
inn over toward Desha In right who
was ulso going for tho ball. There
was ueolllsion. Desha dronned tlio hall
and Tailor had tho wind knocked out
of him. Time was called but. In the
' meantime Smith had come home. Mack
Fifth No Scores.
In the fifth, Klley went out, short to
first. Desha went out, third to first.
Jones made a buuo lilt Into center.
Akau made a single Into right nnd tho
ball wu8 thrown to third In tlmo to
O'Lcaiy (Hennett running) for tlio
Soldlcis, made a single Into left. Hrown
lilt to Clark who threw to second
catching Hennett. There might lmvn
been n double play hud Clark been a
little more sprightly. Hebr hit to Akau .
who threw to second, catching Drown.1
McFarlane llew out to Desha In right, '
the fielder making a splendid running
Sixth Malles Get Two More.
In the sixth, Talor for the .Malles
struck out. Luahlwa mado u single
Into left. Munu got first on an error
by shoit. Davis (Williams iiinnlngl1
made a two-bagger Into tight, In I lin
ing Luahlwa In. Clark went out, see
ond to first, snerlllclng nuJ bringing
Mana home. Klley struck out.
Smith got Hi st on an enor by Desha
In right and stole second. I'llney went
out, third to first and the bull was rn
tuined to third, catching Smith und
scoring up u douhlo play for Akau und
Davis. Manls mado a single Into left
and stole bctond, Dennett hit to sec
ond who threw wild to first Manls
tame home uud Hennett stole second,
Muck got bate on balls. O'Learv
(Mnnls running) bit to thlid uud Hen
lictt was forced out.
Seventh One More For Malles.
In the seventh, Desha stiuck out
Jones got flibt on an eiror by tho
baseman there and stole second
How out to first
Jones got homo oi
a wild throw by pltthcr to third and
Taylor struck out.
Hiovvn for the Soldiers went out,
pitcher to first. Dehr flew out to Akau
at third. Mcl'nrlane went out, short
Eighth A Home Run.
In the eighth, Luahlwa for tho Malles
struck out. Mana went out, second to
Davis (Williams running) made
in Death Valley
borax In this form comes from tha
Lakes of l.ch and I.ndah fn Thibet.
Tho form of borax which Is best suit
ed to tho manufacture for commerce Is
borate of lime. The material is hauled
In the crude state to tho mill and emp
tied Into a crushing machine. Tho raw
material Is crushed Into balls about
tho size of walnuts, and Is then sent
through another machine, which ro
duces It to a line powder.
There nro few substances that have
more uses than borax. Tho gloss of
most white papers comes Irom borax.
tho blacksmith uses It on tho two
I pieces of Iron that he welds together,
, while the many household uses nro fa
I miliar to all who buy for the home. It
la worth about $1G0 per ton.
Of the 23.000 tons nnnually produced
In the world. California nnd Nevada
produce C00O tons.
another two-bnggcr Williams got
third on a passed ball Clark got first
on an en or by third and Williams
came home. Klley hit Into left for two
bases nnd stole third. Clark cnmit
home. DcbIui struck out.
Smith for the Soldiers, went out,
short to first I'llney got first on an
error by Lunlilwa Mnnls mnde a sin
gle Into lert. Desha fumbled tbo bnll
nnd I'llney came home Jones nt short
threw wild to thlid, tho ball went by
and Manls came home This scored as
n home run. Hennett went out. second
to flist Mack got (list on nn error
by third. O'Lenry (Mnnls running)
lilt to short who tlnew to second,
Ninth Malles Win.
Jones for tbo Malles got (list on an
error by Hchr In center. Aknu llew out
to second. Tnvlor went out, third to
first. Jones stole thlid. Lunhlwa
Hrown for the Soldlcis got (list on
nn error by Maua nt second. Ilchr hit
to second, forcing Hrown out but secur
ing his fit st. McKarlano llew out to
,iRrit- smith went out. pitcher to first.
The score stood
12 to 7 In fnvoi ot
The siimniaiy of the game ns kind
1) furnished by l.orrln Andrews, oillclal
sealer. Is ns follows:
If A. l All. H. H.O,
yle-tt. cf ."
I Williams, ks R
' Louis, e. .
Joy. p. ...
Total ft 10 27 10 l!
All. II. II. O. A. K
Vannntta. 2b, .
Ileuter. p.-lf. . . .
Lemon, ss., p.
Ilnmaku, It., ss
Jones, cf 2
). Kekucvvn, c. ..
Total 7 8
SCOHD DV INNINGS
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fu " hi ":.? 7s , nf '
Tw" bae lilts-Wllllan s Joj, Olca
R0- J: Ke.k!,,"a: T'",a'
hacrlllce hits-Joy. Kokl.
"' bases-I'rlce Louis 2. Joy. Ivo-
k1' 'f ,"' c""'r-' ' ' "' ! "l - n
H'1" "" J"-' s orf ,leuler' " "
Lemon, J. ..,.,. ,
, urk ""., J"'' ,,: 1,y ne,,,er 4'
by Lemon, i..
liases on balls Joy, 5; Hcuter, 1,
I'nssed lulls Louis, 1; Kekuewa, 1,
Artillery. AH. II. II. O.
Smith. 2h G t 1 4
Mnnls, If. .
Mack. c. ...
' Total ...
M. I. A. C.
Mana. 2h. ..
Davis, lb. .,
Clark, p. ...
Jones, ss. . ,
Taylor, cf. ..
7 9 27 17 10
H. II. O. A. 13.
TotaI '- 13 -7 14
SCORE HY INNINGS.
M. I. A. C 1 0 1 S 0 2 1 2 013
Artillery 12010102 0
I Three base hits Luuhlwu . Mana
Two bnso hits Davis 3, Klley.
Sacilllce hit Clark.
Stolen bases Smith 4. Mnnls, Mnna
Desha, Jones 3.
Struck out nrown 10, ClJik 3.
liases on bulls Clark 3.
Wild pitch Clark 1. Brown 2.
I'assed balls Mack 1.
Double play Akau-Davls-Aknii.
The standing of tho teams Is now ni
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I bases he collided with a player on the
opposlto team and fell to the ground
with such forcn as to cause u fracture
of tho collar bone Ho was removed
to his home In a carriage.
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Even unto old age you may feel
the vigor of youth, with Its light
heart, elastic step, courage and
tireless energy. You may be
free from pains and aches and
dtsfy your years.
There Is a fountain of perpetual youth,
and you havo only to reach out your hand
and tnke It. You can drink of It until your
heart Knouts with gladness, and with all
your might you will proclaim, as other men
"I AM A MAN!"
Llko tho giants of old, you can bo In your
prlmo at CO strong, vigorous and full of
John l'ngo, Douldcr Creek, Cal., writes, aft
er wearing Dr. McLaughlin's Electric Belt:
"1 havo no aches or pains now, nnd tho vari
cocele has disappeared. I did not think It
possible for mo to obtain relief from my suf
'crlngs, but tho licit has surprised me. I
i'cel as young ns I did thirty years ago, nnd
000 Market St.,
and Monumental Go.
176-180 KINO STREET.
you ask him to join In a glass of
of " PRIAiO."
It Is peculiarly rich In
that puro hop flavor
that makes It the most
delightful and healthful
of all beverages. Order
from Brewery for borne