Newspaper Page Text
-. -ir- -erWjr
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLTTLTJ, II. T., MONDAY, JULY 23, 1W2.
MONDAY, JULY 28th.
OF LAST WEEK'S SALE !
Wo expect many Inland visitors In town this week, and havo a
special offering for them In our sale of dress materials. Honolulu
buyers appreciate theso opportunities, as was shown by our sales of
last week, anil wo liopo to see you at our storo also Como early for
tho best selection of patterns.
Pretty stripes and figures. Width
28 Inches and very attractive, ncduced
from 20c per yard to
7 Yards for $1.00.
FINE DRESS SATEEN
Very liandsomo French Sateen In
largo variety of colors. Width 31
Inches. Kcduccd from 35c to
20c Per Yard.
Great assortment of colors and pret
ty patterns. Width 29 Inches. Reduced
from 7 yards for $1.00 to
11 Yards for $1.00
MUSLINS AND DIMITIES
Excellent bargains In this Tine. Pret
ty materials and largo assortment. Re
duced from 20c jard to
12 l-2c Per Yard.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
10 cents a package
Orange, Lemon, Strawberry and Raspberry
BURGLAR and FIRE PROOF SAFES
We have just received a large assortment of the famous
HERRING-HALL-MARVIN SAFE CO'S SAFES
These safes are considered the very best made. : :
The public are invited to inspect the exhibit at our
Theo. fl. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Federals and Mailes
In Satuday's Games
Something happened to the Kameha- dcr. Llshman. tlowcis, Kokl 2, Vnnnat
meha baseball team Saturday aftei-'ta I) Kekuewa
noon when they bucked up against the' Struck out l)y Renter, 3; bj I.emoti.
Custom House aggregation. The latter! 4, b Klnn, 2
started off with Coggeshall. a new man, J liases on balls Hy Renter, 3; by
In the box. He did very well for four Lemon, 7, h) Coggeshnll, 2.
Innings, keeping the Collegians down Wild pitch Lemon,
to three runs. The Custom House team Passed balls Wilder, 2; I) Kckiievri
had mado one run In the first and five 2
In the third so that the plajcrs were
confident that victory was theirs simp!
for the reaching out
A Fatal Sixth.
However, there camo a fatal sixth
when Kanehameha scored nine runs
nnd hundreds of hats went up Into the
ulr It was now their time to becnino
Tho second gime started out well
and for the (list three Innings there
were promUcs of n very line contest.
However, the rains came nnd the winds
blew nnd there was a sad letting down
on all lunula the Piitiahous leading In
At this point, Coggeshall was retired' this
and Klwa. who did such good work One of the mlstnltes of the dav wns
against the Honolulus a week previous,' made l I'uuahou when they persisted
was put In the box. Kiom that time In keeping Williamson In the box when
to tho end of the game, tho Kams got! tho Mailes were batting him nil over
but ono run They simply could not the field Another mlstako wns mado
hit Klwa safelj and then too the field-1 by Soper who tried to plaj too many
Ing was excellent, the pitcher being positions at one time. In fact, tho
backed up In every Instance,
Federals Work Hard.
The Custom House boys In the mean-
tithe were plavlng with desperation and
until the seventh Inning, It looked du
bious for them. At this stage camo
four runs and then n fntal eights
brought nine mote. This settled thu
business, neither team scoring In the
The gnme was won by the Custom
House, the score being 19 to 13. This
naturally sounds as If the gamo might
have been a very poor one but really
the Interest was so Intense from the
uncertain nature of the game that no
one seemed to mind the score
Lemon for the Kamchamchas who
had hitherto proved himself a perfect
tower of strength and who was a close
rival for the first place among tfio
pitchers of the league, went to pieces
during tho latter part of the gamo and
I'unahous cannot play a very good los
ing game as was evidenced hy a num
ber of plays at second nnd third
The details of the game arc very har
rowing. It was a losing game for the
I'unahous from the beginning but, ot
course, much of this must be attributed
to the mlscrablo condition of tho
grounds caused by tho steady down
pour of rain At one time, the umpire
was forced to call tho game. This was
In the midst of tho last half of the
Try as hard ns the I'unahous would
they could not make more than six
i litis, scoring only In the fourth, sixth
and eighth Innings The Mailes pulled
out with 16 runs. The talc of woe Is to
be found In tho following summar)'
Malic Illma. AIL II, II. O A. B
Mann, 2b ..
Davis, )b ...
Kllcy. c ....
2 2 1
3 3 2
2 2 11
2 2 I)
Wim vprv frnplv hnttprt Aililn,! in thin
wriB tlm nnnr unrL nf Jnnra nf nhnrt . Jncs. SS 4
llhn Bontnnd tn ln nnnhltt tn hnl.l n'Akail, 31) U
who seemed to be unable to hold a
ball even nfter he had got his fingers
on the sphere.
Bower In Center.
A feature of this first game was the
most excellent fielding by Ilcrt Dower
of the Custom House team who had
some of the most dltllcult chances of
the day, incepted them cheerfully and
gathered every one In How or could
easily play on a professional team but
he would have to hat a little better II rat
A Fatal Eighth.
Following Is tho play In detail of the
fatal eighth when the Kamchnntehas
fell all ovei themselvis nnd allowed
the l'ederals to score nine runs
Dower got base on balls Willis hit
to shoit for anothei error by Jones and
got three bases while Ilower camo trot
ting home. Tinker mado n safe hit
Into center and Willis came home
King hit safe into left for one bag
Now ell followed suit Into right and
Tucker cnino home King had stolen
second and now leached third Nowcll
stole second Wilder made a short hit
Into right und King and Nowcll camo
home These two runs tied the score.
Klwa hit to short who fumbled the
ball and Wilder got to second before
tho ball Anderson hit to second and
Wilder went out at that base. Llsh
mnn hit to short for another error by
Jones The bull! was thrown to tho
plato for Wilder but the switch was
off and no connection could be made.
Dowers got base on balls Willis went
out. short to first nnd Anderson came
home. Tucker hit to center for two
bases nnd Dowers nnd Llshman came
home King struck out, thus ending .1
most pitiful tale.
It was now up to tho Kams. Jones,
the short stop, went out on u fly Into
center, Dowers making a fine running
catch. I) Kekuewa went out, short to
first and J. Kekuewa How out to Wil
der behind tho bat.
In the ninth, Jones wns put out in
left Held but it was too late to do an
thing. Tho summary of the game as
furnished by Lorrln Andrews, the olll
elnl scorer Is ns follows
IT. S. Customs. All. II II. O. A i:
Tuckci. If 3 4 3 2 0 1
King, 2b C 3 3 3 1 4
Nowcll 3b E 3 3 2 1 3
Wilder, e 4 2 2 4 0 1
Klwa. rf p 1 1 2 0 0
Coggeshall. p 3 1 1 1 1 1
Anderson, rf 3 10 10 0
Llshman, ss C 1 0 2 G 2
Ilowcrs, cf 1 2 0 4 0 1
Willis, lb 5 1 0 0 0 il
Desha, rf. .
I'. A. C.
A Marcalllno, ss.
Waterhouse, rf. . .
J. Marcalllno, If
1 lemon way, e.
Cooke, cf. ..
. 10 17 27 12 8
All It. H.O. A. i:.
PLUMBING AS AN ART
Territory of Hawaii,
Competitive Exhibition of Trulls, Veg
ctahlea and Plants for Mono
Pilzes and Diplomas,
Mondny nnd Tuesday, July 2Sth nr I
29th, 1902, In Cue urll! Shed, Ho
Total fi 11 2Tlfi S
Liuhlwn out hit l bitted ball
Scene l) Innings
I' A C . 0 u 0 J 0 1 u 3 0 fi
M -I A C 0 0 4 0 S 0 2 2 Hi
Thrce-b.ise hit Luahlwa
Two-base hits M.ina. Davis, Jones
Siciltlie lilts A Mniciilllno. Cooke
SI0I111 bases Mima 2 f'hrk. Kile)
Tajlor. Steele 2 A Marialllno. Sopei
2, I lemon w 11) 2.
Double plajs Marcalllno-Steere-So-per,
Struck out II) Williamson 3; bv
liases on balls II) Williamson C, b)
Wild pitch Williamson. 1
Tho standing of the various clubs at
present Is as follows.
1' W L I'ct
Honolulu 9 7 2 778
Mnllo Illiuns . . 9 C 3 GC7
Knmehnnieha .... 8 S 3 023
I S. Customs 10- 3 5 BOO
I'linnliou 10 S .1 500
Aitlllcry 10 0 10
ONLY A FEW DAYS
I must close out my stock. No roasonablo offer refused. Unheard of
Bargains In all lines going for Almost Nothing. Kemembcr, this .record
breaking sale will only last for a fow days longer. Take Advantage of It.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P. O. DOI n, Til. il
"WIDKTCSr WO OH-A-IST
THE OLDEST CHi. TSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
. 19 13 27 8 13
All. It. II. O. A. 1:
J Kekuewa, lb 0 2 15 0 0
Kokl, rf 5 1 1 0 0 0
Vannatta, 2b G 0 3 7 0 0
lleuter, p.cf G 2 2 0 2 0
Lemon, ss . p G 2 2 0 0 1
Illchards, 3b 5 1 3 2 1 0
Hamakii, If., ss ... 5 I 1 2 1 0
Jones, cf hh . If ..410321
II. Kekuewa, c .... C 3 1 8 4 0
QmImi Is Flo. S Ik. mi Grin limn..
ChlniM inl J.p.n.M Gusli ol All Kltll
Total 13 14 27 10 0
Scoro b Innings
II S Customs . 1 0 G 0 0 0 4 9 019
Kamchamebas 0 0 0 19 10 0 013
Homo run Tucker
Three-babe lilts Ilamaku, Coggcs
Two-baso lilt Tucker
Siurlflco hit Wilder.
lilts Off Itmiter, I, off Lemon 9,
off Coggeshall, 12; off Klwa, 2
Stolen bases King, Nowcll, 2, Wll-
lohnnnesburg Tiansvanl, July 13--
At a Meeting- of the Chamber of Coil
nierco today called to leielvo tho lint
tsh Trade Commissioners, n member
read a cable dispatch which ho nnd
Just lecelved offering freight from
Now York In Natal at 10 shillings a
ton Other members of tho cfiambor
said they had received similar odors
This fielght is not remunerative, but
Is tho outcome of competition. It Is
31s 3d below tho lowest freight ralo
from Kiiglnnd Tho merrhnnts do not
sen how tho Americans nro nbio to of
fei such low rates Nevertheless, they
aro overhauling their iNock to see
what they can 01 dor In tho Unltd
A majority of tho members of the ex
ecutlvo committee of the chamber aro
advocating n coast ilut) of 3s to 7s Gd
pei enso of djnnmlte, in order to pro
tect tho local factory The proposal 1?
strongly opposed ns tending to create
a worse mnnopol) thau existed during
tho Kiuegn, regime and establish n
precedent In tho direction of protcc
Exhibits nro Invited In tho various
divisions named lu the following sched
SCHEDULE OF PRIZES.
Mangoes Twelve specimens, two
Alligator I'ears Six specimens, two
Pineapples Pour specimens, two
Pigs Twelve specimens two prizes
Wntermelons Four specimens, two
Miisktnelons Pour specimens, two
Ilreadfrult Pour specimens, two
Oranges Twclvo specimens, two
Limes Twclvo specimens, two
Lemons Twclvo specimens, two
Papains Six specimens, two prizes.
Crapes Six bunches, two prizes,
Ouavas Twclvo specimens, two
Peaches Twclvo specimens, two
Strawberries One quart, two prizes,
I'ohas Ono quart, two prizes.
Mountain Apples Twelve specimens
Dannnns Hcst bunch, two prizes.
Ilananas Dost bunch, Hawallnn
cooking two prizes.
llnnnnas Ilest hand, two prizes.
Cocoanuts Pour specimens, two
Host exhibit of fruits Two prizes.
Potatoes Irish; ten specimens, two
Potatoes Sweet; ten specimens,
Yams Six specimens, two prizes.
Cabbage Threo heads, two prizes.
Cauliflower Three heads, two prlzeB
Celery Threo roots, two prizes.
Sweet Corn Twclvo cars.two prizes.
Heans String; two pounds; two
Heans Shell, two pounds, two
lleets Six specimens, two prizes. I
Tomatoes Six specimens, two
Carrots Six specimens, two prizes.
Lettuce Pour heads, two prizes.
Turnips Six specimens, two prizes.
Itndlshes Two bunches, two prizes.
Onions Six specimens, two prizes
Chill Peppers Ono pound, two
Dr.v land Taro Six specimens, two
Wetland Taro Six specimens, two
Pumpkins Pour specimens, two
Squash Pour specimens, two prizes
Hist exhibit of Vegetables Two
Coffee Host exhibit, two prizes,
l'add) Two pounds, two prizes,
nice Two pounds, two prizes.
Sugar Cane Ten sticks, two prizes.
Hay One bundle, two prizes.
Sorghum Ono bundle, two prizes.
Guinea Grass Ono bundle, two
tluffalo Glass Ono bundlo, two
Alfalfa Ono bundle, two prizes.
Clover One bundlo, two prizes.
I'nnlcum Grass Ono bundle, two
Potted Palms llest collection, two
Hawaiian Palm T.011U1 lelo, best
one two prizes
Ilest collection of ferns (12) at least
ft distinct varieties
Cut Plow ers llest collection, tvvi
Hoses Ilest collection two prizes
Carnations Ilest collection, two
Asters Host collection, two prizes
Oichlds Ilest collection, two prizes
Illma I.els Host three, two prizes
Carnation I.els Dcst three, two
Mnllo I.els Ilest three, two prizes.
I'lumnrla Lels Host three, two
Tho necessary accommodation for
oxhlblts will bo provided by the Cora
missloner of Agrlculturo and Porcstry,
who requests notice bo Bent him In
writing of Intention to exhibit, to 1' O
box 532, Honolulu
Tho exhibit opens Monday, July 28
at 10 30 a m , nnd exhibits must bo in
placo ono hour beforo tho opening, or
they will not bo entitled to compete
The steamship companies In order
to give the pioplo of tho Islands nn
opportunlt) to view tho exhibition,
havo reduced tho stenmcr rates ono
half and agreo to carry all exhibits
fi e o( cbnige Por fuither Infornn
Commissioner of Agrlculturo and Por-cstrj.
r Vf . u HH
BATH'S PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.
Interior View; Located at 165 King Sircet, opposite Young Building.
Mil i: II HATH wns formerly lo ated on Illchards street, but on ac
count of a rapidly growing business was crowded out there, and now has fit
ted up one of tho most modern and finely appointed show rooms nnd shops
in the Islands.
A large force of experienced mm Is emplojed, nnd Mr. Hath haB bad
many cars' experience In tho plumbing business.
A full lino of tho world famed Douglas Closets are carried, which arc pro
tided with either high or low tankB, as seen in tho cut. and aro as near
noiseless tn their operation ns closets can be made. They are constructed
an the sphon principle, which mal-es a strong suction that thoroughly
washes the bowl These closets aro Bold under a written guarantee, and ar
nlso guaranteed ngalnst leakage, no charge being made for repairs.
A line of rolled rim enameled Cntb Tubs are on hand, as well as open
lavatories. These aro highly Sanltnr; Goods, and (Tie connections arc nick
el, making them artistic In appearance,
One of the Intest Improved Wash Tras may bo seen on exhibition.
These goods are alt connected with the city water mains and may bo seen
In full operation at tho store. The public aro Invited to call and make In
spection of these goods.
Mr Hath will call and give figures on work at any time. Ho also glrei
nil work Intrusted to him his perse nal supervision.
TELEPHONE WHITE 41.
f ELECTRIC FAN k
costs only M
IBS The returns in comfort cannot be MV
too highly estimated. Bm
k Hawaiian Electric Co. M
Bk Telephone Main 390. Bf
Have You Tasted
Crystal Spring Butter
You've heard a lot about CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER lately.
Perhaps your neighbor uses i If so, she will continue to do so, be
cause it Is absolutely reliable, and the best butter In the Honolulu
market. Our experience with it teaches ut that we cannot recom
mend It too highly. If the butter you are now using isn't perfectly
satisfactory, why not try ours? We deliver It.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., Ltd.,
Telephono Main 45.
The Pride of the Home
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to otha
makes of tho same price. It Is demonstrating its inorlta. Built to Sew Well
and to Last. Call and Inspect tho different Btyles.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Sole AjJcntH fop tho llawailn.i lolnnclH.
Albert V. Gear, President.
Emmett May, Secretary.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD.
Capl.al Stock, $100,000.00
GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
Judd Building, Merchant Street Side.
HONOLULU, H. T.
..I skihX ..jfaw-i-4 '
.J iit k-.