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nVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1902.
MONDAY, JULY 28th.
OF LAST WEEK'S SALE !
We cpeet many Island lstors In town this week, and hae a
special oncrlng for tlicm In our ale of diesa materials Honolulu
bii)ers appreciate these opportunities, ns was sliovn by our sales ot
last ve"l. and we hopo to Bee you at our store also. Come earlj for
tho best selection of patterns.
Pretty stripes nnd figures. Width
2S Inches anil cry nttracthe. Reduced
from 20c per ard to
7 Yards for $1,00,
FINE DRESS SATEEN
Very handsomo Krcncli Sateen In
largo variety of colors. Width 31
Inches. Reduced from 35c to
20c Per Yard,
FIGURED DIMITIES .
Orcat assortment of colors and prct
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 line. Pret
ty materials and largo assortment. Re
duced from 20c nrd 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 GO'S SAFES
These safes are considered the very best made, : :
The public are invited to inspect the exhibit at our
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
111 x'JctI ASvr
UUH UTWtl STVI 1
Our patterns ap
rcci.ilc its high
Bottled at (lie
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
PLUMBING AS AN ART
GEORGE W. PERKINS. MORGAN'S RIGHT HAND MAN.
Willie Mr. .1. Plcrpont Morgan Ims been ubrcud Ills Immense nml dlM-r
Rifled business Intcicst? In till country hne been m cli.in.-u of n keen ejed
)ouug in. Ui uhow iiiuiic Is little known outside of lluanclal elides. He In
Geoigo V Pcrkhn. who n few ji'tim ago was ii poorly pulil clerk In n New
York lit." Ii.tiirmico otllce. Hut the clerk hnil n wondeiful talent for oigiiiiU.i
tron. 1 lilrt talent lie round o portunlties for developing. Mr. Moigim win
tliln dtwelupuicnt tui'I iimile Mr. I'ciklus Ills paitner. .Now when Willi stitet
wants Mii.miu'h iilu in Ml) meat cntciprlsu thu wold Is passed to "eij
By Honolulu Athletics
Nine to nothing Is tho score by Into left. Joy made n two bagger out
which the All Maul team was beaten b) Into right Gleason went out, short to
tho II A C aggregation on tho Oahu first. Jo got too tai off second nnd
College campus jestorday arternoon. Ciinha, tuned ott third, was caught
Tho Mauls plaed a Btltl necked game half way to the home plate. Joj tried
from start to finish, but they were, to make third, hut was caught there h)
rlearlv outc assed However, It niusi iienucrson mis muiic u iripiu inuj
be said that had there not been some
rostl) cirois on the pait or Henderson
at third and A. Garcia out In center,
the Btoro would not hae been so
Joy. for tho Honolulu!, was Indu
cible the Maul men admitting after
the game that the had neer run up
against such a man during nil of their
plalng In the nlue Innings. In
stiuck out sKtecn men. Jo was well
backed up bj Cuiiha, who threw beau
tllull to second on seeinl occasions
Jackson, on the other hand, is not n
staicr. Hue Joy After the seconu inn
ing his uiiu'i were located and then
tho II A. C 's had no trouble In send
ing the ball where the wished
The base running of the .Maul team
was also ery poor, some of tho men
tnking the gieatest chances In tho
woild and Hotting along from first to
second like an old cart-horse, only to
bu caught b nu easy throw by the
Geoige Cummlngs, captain of tho
All-Maul team, is a haid, earnest plaj
or and desencs much credit. Ho Is
also ery plucky for. after he had had
his hind split open, ho refused to quit
tho game but went out Into tho Held.
There Is ut denying tho fact that thu
Mauls can play good ball, but they are
not stiong enough at ut present con
klltutcil to buck up against such a lot
of pln em ns the Honolulus.
Theio was a ciowd of some 1500 peo
ple out to see tho game, and the band
added much to the plensmo or tho ait
ONLY A FEW DAYS
I must dose out my stock. No reasonable offer refused. Unheard-of
Bargains In nil lines going for Almost Nothing. Remember, this record
breaking sale will only last for n few da)s longer Take Advantage of It.
)il GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P. O, BOX 99). Til. Il
THE OLDEST Cllu SSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Q.t'ui Id Flat S Ik lit Gnu I tctol Oilcen icl J.pimii Gooll ot All Ilc
tio-f Nuutud atrial
First Mauls to Dat.
Yates went to the bat first for thu
.Mauls and made a slugle over thlid,
sicillng second Cornwell got base on
balls Yates was taught Bteallng thlld,
Cui.ha thiowing tho ball Cuinmlngn
btruck out Coinwell stole third. Hen
deison stiuck out nnd thu Mauls were
retlied without n inn
Fine One-Handed Catch.
Hnnsmun tor thu Honolulus Btiucli
out Williams went out, second to
Hist Louis Hew out to A. (.aula iu
center the fielder making n most liunu
tit ill one handed cutch on u backwaid
Second Honolulus Score.
The (inula biotheis, lor tho Mauh
stiuck nut Senile did the s.uuo
Ciinha for the Honolulus, got flist on
an enoi bj llcndi'ibiiii nt third. Joy
stiuck out (iliason lilt to Khoit, wha
thiew to second, ditching Ciuilm
I'D co made a twobnsu hit Into light
Alett niado a single Into right and
Gleason cume home. Thompson bunt
ed to thlid and l'i)cu cuniu home,
llansmnn struck out.
, Third One, Two, Three Order.
I I'lckuid, for the Mnuls, struck out,
Jackt.un was the second lctim, unJ
Yates made the third.
Williams, loi thu Hnnoliilils, lilt to
pitcher who thiew wild to first, the
lunnei getting three bases l.oula
tlcw out to light, who tluov buaiitliul
1) to the pinto, but not .11 time to
catch Wllllnms, who ennui ilnwu the
line foi a run at a rnto that astonished
thu Mnul men Cunlm madu a single
fle men of the team tnking part, to
wit. first baseman pitcher, second and
third basemen nnd shortstop
Fourth Caught at First.
At this stnge of the game Lieutenant
New ton made his appearance uud took
the plme of Mi. neohoknlole ns um
pire. Coinwell. for the Mauls, madu n
single Into centiu Ciiiunilngs lieu out
to catcher behind the b.U. Coinwell
wus caught nt llrst on a Hue tliiow b
Cunhn lleiiileihou stiuck out
Pi) co for the Honolulus got first on
an error b) second A)ett Hew out to
Coruwill hi left li)ce was caught ut
hccoud. Thompson stiuck out.
Fifth Honolulu.3 Score Again.
J Gnicli. tin the Mauls, stiuck out
A, Garcia got llrst on mi cnor b)
Pr)(e nt thiicl but was (.night stealttii;
second I'lckuid stiuck out mid ngaln
the Mauls weie lellied without a run
Hinsmnn loi Hie Honolulus struck
out once mure Wllllnms made u line
single Into right Louis put one In thu
same place lor an enoi lij ceutei Held.
This brought Williams home and ad
nnced Louis to thlid Cunhn Hew out
to left. Joy made n single Into center,
and Louis calm. home. Jo) stole see
oud. Gleason How out to pitcher.
Sixth Run on an Error.
I'lcknid, for the Mauls, struck out.
JackBon got base on balls Yates tlcw
out to Gleason on n foul this basemnti
making n line backward tun Jackson
wns caught at second on a eiy stupid
attempt ut a bteal.
Woods, lor thu Hoonlultis, went nil
the wn) round for a run on a ci bad
ericir by Henderson at thlid. who thiew
about four feet oer Hist baseman s
head for u lost ball. A)lctt made n
clean twobaggei down flrst base line,
Thompson bunted a ball to thlid for
one bnsu and stole second Hansuiun
stiuck out for thu third time. Wll
Hams went out on a loul to catcher.
Aylett came trotting home, the Mauls
not seeming to understand the rules in
this lespect Louis made a single Into
light and Thompson cume home Cun
lm mnile n twobaggei Into center ant
Louis scored Jci) made a single Into
light Gleasun went out on a Unci' into
HunderHou's hands nt thlid.
Seventh Aylett Gets Two Bagger.
Coinwell for the Mauls struck out
Ciimiulugs went nut second lo Hist.
Hcudeison got Hist or nn eriol by
Thompson J. Garcia stiuck out an J
again the Mauls weie shut out
An Unpleasant Feature.
Woods tor thu Honolulus gjt Hist cm
nil ei loi b) cuntei. A)lett made a two
bnggei Into light Thompson dew out
to left iliiusinan hit to short who
thiew to thlid loi Woods, who wns
hemmed in between the baseman there
nnd the catcl er I'lnall), the itinner
wns falily taught b) Hendeison at
thlid and there was an allocation the
Intlci claiming that Woods nttuiiplcd
to stilkn him In ouler to gut past to
At this point I'mplie Newton rush
ed up and lrtuall) tliicu Woods olt
the diamond claiming that he saw the
innnci dillliiirutol) ti) to Hit Ike the
thlld baseman Deputy Sheriff nuM
tan up to Woods uud continued tho mo
tlcm of I'mplre Newton until the pln)et
wns outside the lopes. Woods was de
claicd cry much out Williams got n
At this stage ut the game Cummlngs
catcher foi the Mauls cm his hand
ei) lindl) 111 catching n swirt ball and
was burs de combat Ivrugei went be
hind the bat. nnd Cummlngs took cell
ter On ncccmut of A. Gun la's bad
phi) Ins In center, he waB taken out ol
Continuing the seventh Inning, Wll
Hams made u single and Louis went
out second to llrst. ,
eighth A Double Play.
Kruger foi the Munis, stiuck out.
Senrle went out serond to llrst. I'lck
nid hit to thlid fur nn error nnd got
three bases, the ball going fur Into the
cioud Jackson struck out.
Cunhn for the Honolulus. got flrst on
nn error by short Joy hit to short,
who threw to second, catching Cunhn,
Gleason hit to the same place, the ball
wns thrown to second for Joy and then
to llrst for n double pla).
In this Inning, Holster took Woods
place nt third.
Ninth Mauls Shut Out.
Yates, lot thu Mnuls, went out on a
grounder to Hist. Coinwell, lor the
Mnuls got base on balls, but was
i might stealing second Cummlngs
went out, second to lirst.
The game enil, d ti to u In rnor of tho
Honolulus The stimin.iry or the gauio
Is ns rollows
All Maul All. It
Ylltl , HI I l
Ccu nu ell If 2 0
Cummlngs c cf I
llcndcieon 3I :i
G.in ia. 2b :i
nfflir8 n' ffteii ' ' fflr BI'iR
DATH'S PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.
Interior View; Located at 1G5 King Street, opposite Young Dulldlng.
MH II It llTII wns formerl) to ated cm Ulchnids stn t but on ac
count of a r.ipldl) growing business was crouch d out there and now has fit
ted up one of the most modern and llnl) appointed show rooms and shops
In the Islands
A large force of experienced mm Is cinploed, nnd Mr Hath has had
many )eirs' experience In the plumbing business.
A full line of the world famed Doutlas Closets Is carried which nro pro
filed with either high or low tanks ns seen In tho cut. and nro ns near
noiseless In their operation ns closets can bo made. They nro constructed
on the syphon principle, which mnl'os n strong suction thnt thoroughly
washes tho bowl These closets are sold under n written guarantee, and aro
nlso gunrnntecd against lenkage, no charge being made for repairs.
A lino nf rolled rim enameled Path Tubs nrp nn hand as well as open
lnatorles. Theso nro highly Snnltnr: Goods, and (no connections nro nick
el, making thorn artistic In nppcarnsce.
One of the Inteit Improted Wash Trnvs may bo seen on exhibition.
These goods nro all connected with the rlty wntor mains nnd mny bo seen
In full operation nt the store. The public arc linked to call nnd make In
spection of thesp goods.
Mr Tilth will call nnd give flrurea nn work at any time. He also gives
nil work Intrusted to him his perse nal superWslon.
TELEPHONE WHITE 41.
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1 ;i o u fed The returns In comfort cannot be MB
ii ii 7 II n 2A l0 highly estimated. fT
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Score by Innings.
All Mnul II 0 0 II 0 I) 0 0 0 II
Honolulu A. CO 2 1 II 2 4 0 I) 0 'J
liases on balls lly Joy 2.
Two base hits l'r)cu. Joy, A)lett 2.
Double pla)s Yates to Plckard, to
Cummlngs, to Yutis. Yates to Plckaul
Stiuck out lly Joy lfi, by Jackson Ii
I'mplie Mori Is Kcohokalole and
Lieutenant Neu ton.
I)r Da) of the geological suie)
uent to I'orto Itho some time ago tu
make n collection of the oies of thu
Island He leports that he found ul
deuces of luge dc posits of good lion
ore which ir piopeil) de eloped,
should bring wealth to the people.
Have You Tasted
Crystal Spring Butter
You've heard a lot about CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER lately.
Perhaps your neighbor uses l 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 us 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.,
Telephone Main 45.
In Kapiolunl Park
Addition nnd n
137 MERCHAN. STREET.
by MIhh till ii Unyton
MRS. A. SCHOELLKOPF,
TEACHER OF PIANO.
Honolulu, T. H.
Hotel Street, Opposite Advent Chur.-h.
The Pride of the Home
A Combination of Art and Utility. I'tied by many In preference to otbw
makes of tho same price It Is demonstrating Its merits. Built to Sew Wsll
and to Last Call nnd Inspect tho dlffeicnt bt) lea.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Hole Agcntx fop the llnwnlln.i Inlands.
Albert V. Gear, President.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO.,
Capl'.al Stock, $100,000.00
Emmett May, Secretary.
GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
Judd Dulldlng, Merchant Ctreet Side.
HONOLULU, H. T.
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