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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., MONDAY. AtlOCST 11, 1902.
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what to find here this week
So many pretty things Invo been opened that came by the last
steamer that you will enjoy seeing them. Tho daintiest goods for
summer dresses, hosiery, gloves, etc., are all on display on our coun
ters, and wo And the greatest pleasure In showing them. We'll toll
you about some of them below, but bo suro to corao to the afore.
We have had many calls
for them, so have them In
stock now. Cool and drcs
sy for street wear.
60c a pair
lisle lace hose
fast black dyo and very pretty tare
35c pair 3 pair $1.00
white lace hose
Sizes from 5 to, 9. entirely new
35c pair 3 pair $1,00
NEW WHITE GOODS
The most exquisite lino ot white goods wo havo handled. See
them displayed on our center counter, with prices plainly marked.
Very dainty for summer dresses,
several different patterns nt fol
7 yards for $1,00
6 yards for $1,00
5 yards for $1.00
4 yards for $1,00
7 yards for $1,00
With stripes, 31 Inches wldo.
25c per yard
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BLUE 28 Inches wide.
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MAILES AND HONOLULUS
IN GAMES OF SATURDAY
Two very good games were played
by league teams on the campus at
I'unahoti Saturday afternoon. The first
was between the Mallo Illma and Cus
tom House teams and was won by the
former, tho sooic being 5 to 4. The
second was between the Honolulu and
I'unahous and was won by the former,
the score being 7 to G.
There were had errors In both the
games but there were otci looked on
account of the closeness of the score
und the continued doubt as to which
teams would ultimately come out on
the winning side. When tfic Mallcs had
won their game, there were many on
the grounds who hoped for the defeat
of the Honoltilus In order that the for
mer might climb to the top, betting on
the final result of the season having
become very general down town.
The Custom House team showed up
very poorly. I.lshman started the ball
rolling by making two very bad errors
at short und Haven behind the bat was
unable to do anything else but toss tho
balls to the various bases. The con
sequence was that men of the Malic-
Illma team had no trouble whatever In
The star player of the day for the
Malies was Wright, the new shortstop,
who fielded In excellent shape nil but
one out of the nine or ten chances
which camo to him. His throwing to
first was a feature of the game.
In the second game Honolulu vs.
I'unahoti the foregone conclusion
seemed to be that the former would
win "hands down" but as the gam
progressed. It was seen that the play
would at least he close. Two Innings
nnd no runs, then n goose egg for tho
I'unahous nnd two runs for the llono
lulus, another I'unahoii zero and one
run for the Honoltilus, then two more
innings without a run, In the seventh
tho I'tinahotiB made their first score,
bringing in two men nnd tho Honolti
lus added another three. In the eighth
nothing and In the ninth a bad error
by Pryce which tied the score. In the
tenth,, the game went to the Ilgno-lulus.
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GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P. O BOl MI. Til. II.
"WHXTC3r WO CHAN"
THE OLDDST ClH. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Otilm It Flu S Iki Ml Grin LIqiqi, Chin,,, tot Jiptant OoJ of All Kills
ne-at Nooiou ittMt
First Clark Wild.
Tucker, for the Customs, got his base
on halls. Clark throning four very bad
balls In succession. Dowers flew out tn
center. I.lshman hit to short, to second,
for Tucker out. Anderson flew out to
Ltiahiwa for tho Malies flew out to
Dowers In center. JInna hit to short
for n wild throw by I.lshman, and went
all the way around, storing the first
run. Davis struck out. Clark trotted
to first on four halls. Klley Hew out
to Tucker at second.
Second Llshman Makes Error.
Klwu Hew out to third. King went
out, short to first. Willis got first on
an error by short, Duncan, n- new
plujer. sent a beautiful single uer
third. Hocii flew out to left.
Wilght for the Malies got first on an
error by Llshman. Al.au Hew out to
right and tho hall wns returned to first
for Wright out. Desha got first on an
nor by pitcher. He should hue got
further hut he rnn Into the baseman
uud fell nil over himself. Desha Btolu
second. Taylor made a single Into left.
The ball was thrown home to pietcnt
Desha fiom storing nnd Taylor went
to second. I.uahiwn Hew out to left.
Third Short Inning.
Tucker for the Customs went out.
shoit to first. Dowers struck out. I.lsh
mtui went out, short to first.
Mauu for the .Malies got two bases
by a hit Into left. Davis struck out.
Clark went out, Bhort to first. The ball
was sent to thlid for Muna, retiring
Fourth Ball Into Bushes.
Anderson mudu a clean base hit Into
center. Klwa hit to short for Ander
son out ut second. Mann got too far
up Into the air, sent tho ball over Da
vis' head and Klwa went to second.
Ills next net was to Bteal third. A
passed hall brought him home. Tho
score wns thus tied. King struck out.
Willis made, a flno Infield single. Dun
can struck out.
Kllcy for the -Malies made a single
Into left ami stole second. Wright Hew
out to left. Akau got first on nil error
by second. Desha hit to first. Willi I
was not on his bug und Klley got homo
bcfoie the 'arrival of the ball. Taylor
hit to center and Akau camo home.
I.uahlwa hit Into the bushes out In left
and Desha and Taylor camo home.
Mana flew out to right. Davis got basii
on bulls. Clark hit to short for I.ua
hlwa out ut third. The .Malies mado
four runs In this Inning.
Fifth A Wild Throw.
Willis for tho Customs went out,
set oiul to flist. Tucker went out, shoit
to first, flowers hit to Akau at thlid
who made a flue catch hut throw wild
to fit st. The ball went Into tho crowd
und Dowels went nil the way aiound
for n run. I.lshmnn Hew out to center.
Klley for the Malies, struck out,
Wright mado n two-bagger out Intu
left. Akau Hew out to right. Desha
went out, third to first.
Sixth Some Fly-Outs.
Anderson for tho Customs, Hew out
to second. Klwa went out, short to
first. King How out to left.
Taylor went out on a foul to catcher.
I.uahlwa Hew out to center. Maiu
Seventh Two Bags on Error,
Willis for the Customs went out on 1
giountlcr to (list. Duncan flew out to
I.uahlwa In left. Haen made a clean
single into left. Tucker made a single
oer second and while Hat en was go
ing to third, he ilmself went to sec
ond. Dowers got two hags on an error
by I.uahiwn In left nml Itacn tame
home. I.lshman went out, third to
DaWs struck out. Clark went out.
third to first. Klley made n single Into
left but wns caught fairly at first by
Eighth Another Short One.
Anderson for the Customs, Hew out
to second. Klwn went out, shoit to
first. King How out to center.
Wright Hew out to Anderson. Akau
went out to the same place. Desha got
base on halls. Taylor struck out.
Ninth Won by a Hun.
Willis for the Customs got first on
the first erior of the day for Wright
who had nine chances nnd fielded eight
successfully. Willis stole second. Dun
can got (list on a muff by Klley right
in front of the plate. Itacn made a
single Into right, thus filling nil tho
bases. Tucker hit to Wright who
threw home, catching Willis, Dowers
Hew out to I.uahlwa In left nnd Dun
can came home. Tucker was caught
between second and third, the ball be
ing thrown from the Held to the plate
and thence to third and second. Had It
not been for the very faulty base run
ning of Tucker and Haven, there was a
great chance for the Customs to have
tied the score. As It was, the Malies
won the game by the very close stoio
of 5 to 4.
First No Runs.
Steere for the I'unahous went out,
second to flist. A. Murcalllno struck
out. Walcrhotise struck out.
Williams for the Honolulu flew out to
center. Louis went out, pitcher to first.
Cunha struck out.
Second Cattle Blotsomt Out.
I'ernandez for tho I'unahous struck
out. J. Marcnllluo mudo base on bulls.
Soper went out, second to flist. Hcm
enway struck out.
Joy for the Honolulus went out,
pitcher to first. Castle making a flno
stop of a very warm ball, I'rycc went
out on u grounder to Soper nt first.
Hnnsman struck out.
Third Honolulus Score.
Cooke for tho I'uniihous. struck out.
Castle got first on nn error by the base
man there and stole second. Stcro
went out on n grounder to first. A.
.Marcalllno flew out to Williams nt
short, leaving Castle at third, after
baling done some very hard work to
Thompson for the Honolulu made a
single over third and got second on a
passed ball. Aylett got base on balls.
Oleason lilt to Kernnudez who stood on
the line, cnught Thompson and then
threw to second hut the umpire called
Aylett safe. Williams made it singlo
Into tenter. Louis Hew out to Cooko
In center ami Ajlelt tame home. Cunha
got Hist on an error bj A. Marcnllluo
ut short and (lleason came home. Hem-
enwny threw wild to C.isile uud Wil
liams run for home. He failed to touch
the place nnd Soper, taking the ball.
stepped on the plate and ran to the
players' bench where he touched Wil
liams. The iimplro thereupon called
the batter out.
Fourth Joy Scores,
Wnterhouse stiuck out. 1'cinanilex
went out on n giounder to (llcuson at
flist. J. Mnicnlllno struck out.
Joy made a flno singlo Into left ami
stole second. I'rjce went out, short to
Hist. Hnnsman went out, third to
first. Thompson got base on balls and
slolo second. A) let got first on u wild
throw by Ilcmenway to first after tho
hatter had three strikes, and Joy scor
ed. Williams made a single Into right
nnd Thompson came home but his run
wns not t ounted because (Jleason had
fulled to bat In tho lcgular order. Tor
this little tiiegtilarlty, (lleason wus
called out and the side was retired.
Fifth Soper Fairly Caught.
Soper got haso on balls but was
caught on a throw by Cunha while try
ing to steal off to second. Hemenwny
Hew out to short. Cooko Btruck out.
Williams took the bat for the Hono
lulus nnd got first on an error by So
per. Louis hit to second for Williams
out. Cunha Hew out to Stecro at sec
ond. Joy went out, short to first.
Sixth Best Play of Day.
Castle for the I'unahous made a sin
gle jinst second. Stecro got baso on
balls. Tho runners were ndrtinced u
base on n wild pitch. A. Marcalllno
struck out. Wutcrhoiiso struck out but
Cuiihn fumbled the ball. However, hn
was erpial to tho occasion, mudo a feint
nt throwing the ball to third, to keep
tho runner theie on Ills bake and then
thiew It to first In tlnio to cntch W.v
tcrhoiibe, This wus tho very best play
of tho day. rernandez went out on a
foul lly to (lleason.
l'rjcu for tho Honolulus went out,
shoit to first. Haiibinau flew out tn
center. Thompson got first and second
on mi ermr by Soper who stuck too
close to his huso Instead of stepping
off to catch the hall when he hud all
the time in the woild. Aylett got llrst
on an error by the h.ipcman tlieie who
fumbled a grounder sent to him. (ilea-
ton flew out to shoit uud the side failed
Seventh Punahous Score.
J. Marcalllno for tho I'unahous went
out. pitcher to first. Soper got flrst on
nn error by Oleason. Hemenway made
a singlo Into right. Cooko made u
bluff at hitting tho ball, Cunhn picked
It up quickly and threw It to Joy at
the plate. Harney lost his head, throw
wild to I'ryce at third and both Soper
ami Hemenway came homo. Castle
.hit to Joy who -ran across llrst getting
both an assist aud put out.
Williams for the Honolulus made a
single Into right Louis hit to Steere
who thiew to Marcalllno at second for
nn Inexcusable error and both men
were safe. A wild pitch advanced the
two men one base. Cunhn hit to Steere
who threw home but fnllcd to catch
Williams. Cunha stole second Joj
went out. pitcher lb Hist, sacrificing
and sending Louis home. I'rycc went
out, second to first nnd Cunha enmn
home. Hnnsman made a base hit to
second nnd stodc second nnd third on
two passed balls. Thompson went out.
pitcher to first.
Eighth Some Strike-Outs.
Steere made a single past second A.
Marcalllno stiuck out. Wnterhouse
hit to short for Steere out nt second
Fernandez Btruck out.
Aylett for the Honolulus went out
Pitcher to first. Oleason made a slngli
to left. Williams did the same Into
center. Oleason stole third nnd Wll
Hams second. Louis Btruck out. Cunha
Hew out to right.
Ninth Score Tied.
J. Marcalllno made a hit past second.
Soper went out on a grounder to first
nnd forgot nil about Marcalllno who
went around to third. A wild pitch
brought Mnicnlllno home. Hemenway
got base on balls and got second on a
passed ball. Cooke stiuck out Castle
made n two-bagger down third base
line nnd Hemenway cume home. Steere
hit to third who threw wild to first nnd
both Castle and he come home. This
tied the score. A. Marcalllno Hew out
to Oleason on a foul.
Joy made n single Into right. I'rycc
struck out. Hnnsman flew out to left,
Thompson flew out to center.
Tenth Honolulus Win.
Wnterhouse for the I'unahoiii Hindu
n Blngle Into left. Kerr.an lez hit to
short for Wnterhouse out at sc 'jnd. J.
Murcalllno flew out to cmter. Soper
went nut. short to (list.
Aylett for the Honolulus got base on
balls, (llenxou hit to short for Aylett
out at second. Wllllnms nil to ihort
for Aylett out nt second. Williams hit
to right and (lleason took two bases.
Louis flew out to center and Oleason
came home after the ball had been
The stimmniy of the games Is as fol
lows: Malic Itlmas All. 11. II. O. A. E.
Lunhlwa. If 1 0 1 4 0 1
Muna, lib 4 1 1 C 1 1
Davis, lb 3 0 0 0 u 0
Clark, p 3 0 0 0 0 0
Klley, c 4 1 2 4 2 I
Wright, ss 4 0 10 9 2
Akau, 3b 4 t 0 1 2 I
Desha, rf 3 1 1 1 0 0
Taylor, cf 4 1 2 3 0 0
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A full line of tho world-famed Douglas Closets Is carried, which arc pro
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People today aro paying much attention to sanitation and sanitary
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large force of capable workmen cnnblcs Mr. Until to do work equal It not
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A lino of rollcd-rlm enameled Until Tubs nre on hand, ns well as ojea
lavatories. These, aro highly Sanltat? Goods, and tho connections are nick
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One of the latest Improved Wash Trays may bo seen on exhibition.
Theso goods aro all connected with the city water mains nnd may be seen
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TELEPHONE MAIN 61.
Total 5 g 27 II
U. S. Customs. AD. It. II. O. A.
Tucker, 2b 4 0 1 1 0
How era, cf 5 1 0 2 0
I.lshman, ss 1 0 0 0 2
Anderson, if 4 0 1 ." 1
Klwu, p I 1 10 0 1
King, :ih I 0 0 2 2
Willis. Hi 4 0 1 0 1
Duncan, If I l l 2 0
Hiisen. c I 1 2 C 1
Total ft 21 S 4
Scoie liy Iniiliuts.
I'. S. Customs .. U00110101 4
Mulle lllmas ... 10 0 10 0 0 0 3
Earned runs .Malic lllm. r u
Left on bases Mallo lllinn fi- r s
Two-base hits l.n.ihlnn i,.
Stolen bases Clnik. Kiln-. v,ni
Desha 2, Taylor.
Double play Andeison to Willis.
Struck out lly Clark 3. by Klwu 0.
liases on balls I)y Cl.uk 1, by Klwa
Wild pilches Clark 2,
'' A. C. All. II. II. O. A. K.
Steere, 2b l ; 0
A. Marcalllno, ss. .. r 0 0 2 I 2
Wutorhouse, rf 4 0 1 I 0 u
Kernnudez, 3b r, o 0 1 2 o
J. Marcalllno. If. .. 4 i i i o 0
Super, lb 4 1 0 12 0 3
Jleiuenwuy, c 3 2 14 0 1
Cooke, cf I 0 0 C 0 0
Castle, ji 4 1 2 0 S 0
Total c C 28 13 II
H. A. C. All. II. II. O. A. 12.
Williams, ss ; 1 4 2 4 0
Louis, rf G 1 0 0 0 0
Cunha, c f 1 1 12 2 0
Joy. p 3 1 2 1 l i
Prce, 3b 5 0 0 0 0 i
Hansman, If SOI 000
Thompson, 2b I 0 1 2 2 0
Ajlett. cf 3 10 10 0
Gleas.011. lb 4 2 1 It 0 2
Total 7 10 211 9 1
Score by Innings.
P. A. C 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 0-
II. A. C 0 0 2 10 0 3 0 0 17
Watcrlioufce out; ran out of lluo of
Oleason out; missed his strike.
J.'arned runs P. A. C 6; II. A. (.'.. 2.
Left on bases P. A. C, 7; II. A. C,
Sacrifice hits Steele, Super 2, Joy,
Stnlm, ImfipH C-iRtlp. Wllllfinis. ?!
i Cunha, Hansman, Thompson, Aylett.
Struck out lly Joy 11, by Castle 5.
Uases on balls Joy 4, Castle, 3.
Pnssed balls Cunha 1, Hemenway 2.
The standing of the teams Is ns fol
T. W. L. Pet.
Honolulu 10 8 2 .800
Malle-lllmn II 8 5 .727
Kamehameha 9 5 4 .GOiS
Custom House .... 11 G C .455
Punatiou 11 G 6 55
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