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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. MONDAY. AUGUST 25, 1902.
attracts hundreds of buyers
CUSTOMS DROP INTO
I LAST PLCE
IN LEAGUE STANDING
GREATEST BARGAIN EVENT EVER
HELD IN HONOLULU. .
Store has been crowded ever since
tlic sale began and It has In every
way been an unqualified success. Kv
erone who bought Is satisfied at the
Rreat bargains offered, and hundreds
of ladles have taken advantage of the
sweeping reductions to lay away gar
nients "for a rainy day".
Sale Continues All This Week
STORE OPENS AT 3:30 A. M.
Come Early and Avoid the Rush.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN
FIGURES AND SOLD FOR
1 DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
EX. VENTURA AND NBVADAN
People who attended the baseball
games on the I'unahou campus Satur
day afternoon were ttcated to two ot
the best exhibitions of the season. With
the exception of a few excusable errors
the ho s put up cxcellqnt baseball so
that fiom I 10 o'clock, the time when
the first game started, until the end of
the second game, Intel oat was not re-
lnxert for a moment.
In the first game Honolulu vs. Ka
mehamchtt Joy made a record for
himself Only one lilt was scored oft
htm and this was a single by Lemon In
the ninth Inning that dropped Just a
little bevond short slop. It was strangB
that Lemon should hao done this for
he had not been hitting thn ball at all.
Joy's vvoik was supcib. The Kams
could not by any possibility lilt safe,
th( "balls came along with such light
ning speed and with such well directed
cunes. Had It not been for Lemon's
little hit In the nlnetb, not n Knmcha
nicha plajer would hae seen the homo
Cunha behind the bat did Just as
good work In his place as Joy In his.
The Kumehameha plaers got so that
they were really afraid to leave tholi
bases. Not a man was allowed to stal
without the ball being sent after him
If the third baseman and even the
second had done better work, thera
would hae been a higher perccntago
of put nuts credited to the Honolulu.
Uolstrr at third seemed to make It a
point to muff every ball thrown to him
Leslie at first proved himself the
best first baseman In the league. Noth
ing got past him.
for the Kama, as usual. Lemon did
most of the playing. He Invariably
backed up his men and saved a much
Wise at third a new player was
absolutely useless. He let ball after
ball go past him and did not try to go
after anything. However, the team as
a whole did excellent work and bad
they been able to bat a little, there
would hae been some fun for the Ho
nolulns. In the second game I'unahou is.
Custom House the college bojs again
showed their head work and won from
their opponents to the tune of G to I
Cunlu. n brother of the Honolulu
catiher did excellent work out In the
field and lined out u two-bagger Just
where It was needed. Castle In tho
box sbuwrd u steadiness that marki
him us one of the best players In the
league and Steere ut second was every
wheieas usual, backing up his men and
phi lug an errorless game
I Ih inrl 0 Ih line "Cai Roll" Crack Italic
jj I mi aim L iui una, uca uun ucaii man?
"Snow Flake" Asparagus, Tomatoes, Corn and Salmon.
Lemon and Chocolate Sugar Wafers, Fresh Turnips,
Salinas and Garnets Potatoes. Enchilados, Tamales,
Olives, Russian Sardines, Anchovies, Holland Herrings,
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OUR STOCK OP
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is as complete as can be found at
any of the branch Mainland offices.
Our delivered prices In Honolulu
will not exceed the net export prices
charged In San Francisco.
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Take advantage of our low prices.
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The first game In detail was us fol
First Quick Play.
(Jleiron for the Honoluliis went out,
second to first. Louis struck out. Wil
liams went out. short to first
Renter for the Kams struck out.
Koki went out, short to first. Vanjtta
got bate ou balls and Wise struck out.
Second Another Short Story.
Cunha for Honolulus sent a neat
single into center. Joy hit an Infield
flj which Lemon muffed but got to
second In time to catch Cunlu. Aylett
made u single Into center. Leslie flew
out to right. Hansmau flew out to
Lemon for the Kams went out on a
grounder to first, Uichajds got basn
on balls but was caught by Cuuhu's
watchfulness, the runner going a llltlo
bit too far toward Becond. Jones got
base on balls. Yates tlew out to first.
Third A Three-Dagger.
Bolster for the Honolulus made a
single Into right. Gtcason went out on
a sacrifice to second, to first. Louis
made a hit into right and while thu
ball was being sent home for Holster,
he took second. Holster remained safo
at third Williams tlew out to catcher
on uu Intleld tl Cunha made a three
badger Into the Jungle in left and Hols
ter and Louis came borne. Joy hit to
Yates for an enor and Cunha cumo
home Aylett made a three-bagger Into
light and Joy came home A)lett camo
home on a wild pitch. Leslie went out.
pitcher to flriL
KekuewM and Renter for the Kams
struck out Kokl weut out, pitcher tu
Fourth Fine Foul Catch.
Hansman for the Honolulus tlew out
to center Bolster went out, third to
first. (Jleason struck out.
Vamutta went out Qji a foul to Cun
ha, this play being one ot the best n(
tho day The ball went far up Into
the air and fell close to the backstop.
Cunlu caught the ball between his
hands and cheat and froze to It. Wlsn
tlew out to Aylett iu center. Lemou
Fifth Pitcher Does Work.
' Louis and Williams for tho Hono
lulus both went out, pitcher tu first.
Cunha flew out to seiond.
Hich.iKU for the Kama How out to
second loiu-s htiiick out. Yutes w'ent
'out hCioiKl tu first.
Sixth Lemon Was Everywhere.
Io ii iii'e i base hit Into left mill got
scm mid ti a alow field Aylett flow out
to KoU In leutiiU Leslie did tho
s.iinti thing and Joy went tu third.
H,d It not been fur Lemon who backed
up the thlid baseman Joy would havn
Cornell home for Wise let the ball go
past Hunsnun went out, pitcher to
llrsl Kckiiewn went out, pitcher
to first. Iteulcr got tirst on an enor
by (Ikason In light. This was the
llrsl enor for the Honululus durlug
the game. Kcutcr stole second on an
error by Louis who fumbled the hall
when thrown to him by Cunlia. neuter
got third ou an error by Holster who
muffed u flue ball that was thrown by
Cunha. Like Louis, he had plenty of
time to catch the bail anil get his nun
out. This was most discouraging play
ing for the catcher. Once again Cunha
had Itcutcr at third but ouce again
Holster dropped the ball. Kokl got
base on balls and stole second. Vau
natta struck out. Wise stnuk out.
the third hall being so far up In tho
air that It bounced out of Ciinhu's
liatidsTiut he was quick In his mom
ments and caught It again befoie It
touched the ground. In this Inning,
the Kams had every chance of making
a run but they were held down too
close by Joy and Ctinha both of whom
did magnificent work.
Seventh Two Strike Outs.
Holster for the Honolulus struck out.
Oleason got first on an error by third.
Louis flew out to Vannnttu at second.
Williams went out. second to first.
Lemon and Itlchards for the Kams
struck out. Jones got first on an error
by Louis who was suffering from a very
sore leg. Yates flew out to- A lett In
Eighth Another Three-Bagger.
Cunha for the Honolulus made a
three-baccer Into right. Joy hit tn
Vanuatta who thew to first for an er
lor. Cunha came home. A) lett hit to
Vannattu who Just got his hands ou
It and that was all. Lemon threw to
third who let the hull go by him unci
Joy came home. Alett went uu to
second and then to third. Leslie struck
out. Hansmau hit to Vannattu who
threw to first for an error and thn
runner was safe. Aylett came home
Holster struck out. The ball wan
thrown to first, to second, catching
Kekiicwu for the Kams stiuci. ifut.
Itcutcr tlew out to short. Williams run
plug far backward for the ball, Kokl
hit to Louis who threw wild to first
ond the tunner was safe. ItlchariN
flew out to Leslie at first.
Ninth Kairs Score One.
Gleasoii for the Honolulus went out.
third to first. Louis tlew out to Kokl
In renter. Williams hit to first, thu
luvnian there going off to get the ball.
Williams beat him out getting his ton,
on tho bag first Cunha hit tu pitcher
who tluew to second, catching Williams.
Wise for the Kams went out. short
tu first. Lemon made the first base hit
of the day out into right and rau
around to second while the ball was
being fielded. Itlchards went out on a
foul to Cunha behind the bat. Lemon
went to third on a bad error by Uols
tcr. Jones got bate on balls, the last
ball being crj wild and going over
Ciinlia's head, thus allowing Lemon to
conic home, scoring the first run of tho
day for the Kams. Yates went out on
a grounder to first and the game was
Fifth Several Flew Out.
-toper for the I'unahous flew out to
Anderson in right J. Marcalllno made
n single Into left and stole second
Habbltl went out. seiond to first on a
sacrifice Ilemenuaj flew out tu Dun
Tucker for the CuMoms went out
second to first (lowers mnde a single
Into lett and stole second. I.lshmuu
went out, third to fiist Anderson flew
out to center.
Sixth Punahous Bunch Hits,
Steere flew out to Duncan A Mar
calllno made a single between short
and third and stole second. Watci
home made n slnsle over second
bringing Marcalllno home, but was
caught stealing second. Cunha made a
tno-bae hit Into left field Castle went
out. pitcher to first.
Willis for the Customs went out
short to first. Klwa got base ou balls
but was caught stealing second. King
bunted, the catcher threw wild to first
and the runner got second. Duncan
Seventh Some Good Fielding.
Soper for the I'unahous flew out tr
Anderson in right J. Marcalllno made
a single between short and third and
stole second. Babbitt went out, pitch
er to llrit and J. Marcalllno -went
around to third. Heiuenwny went out
shoit to first.
ltavcu for the Customs flew out to
Cunha In center. Tucker struck out
Dowers flew out to J. Marcalllno In lett.
Eighth Determined Playing.
Steere for the I'uttalious made u two
base hit Into right field. A. Marcal
llno made a single Into left but ni
caught stealing second. Watcrhouse
went Out on an Infield fl to short
Cunha went out, short to first.
I.lshnuiii for the Customs went out
on a fly to short Anderson went out
second to tlrt ami Willis went out on
an Infield tl to pitcher
Ninth Punahous Score Four.
In the ninth. Castle for the Puna
linns made n single between short and
second. ' Soper made n base hit Into
center and J. Marcalllno got base on
balls. Habbltt hit to bhort, to home,
catching Castle ut the plate. Ilcnicn-
nil) flew out to Willis ut first. Steere
made a base hit between short and
thlid. bringing both Soper and A. Mnt
calllno home .1. Marcalllno' lilt toward
pitcher and beat the ball out to first.
Steere stole home. Watcrhouse struck
Kiwa for the Customs went out. short
to lit st King struck out Duncan got
bat-e on lulls. Raven hit to second for
Duncan out nt that base.
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rolluwing Is a mmm.irv of tho gauicj
Kams AH It
Iteuter. rf 4
Kol.l. cf 3
Vannattu, 2b 3
Wise. 3b 1
Lemon, p I
Illchardh, If 1
Jones, lb -
Yutes, ss 4
Kekuewa, c 3
It was about 3:30 o'clock that the
Custom House and Puliation teams got
First Punahous Score.
Steere for the I'unahous got base on"
balls and stole second, Haven being
unable to throw decently In that direc
tion. Marcallluo made a slnglo Into
right that was beautifully fielded by
Dowers. Watcrhouse flew out to right
und Steere came home. Cunha struck
out. Castle went out, short to first.
Tucker for the Customs Hew out to
Stecro at second. Dowers flew out to
Cunha, I.lshman got first on an error
by Habbltt at third. Anderson got first
on an error by the ba'cmnn tlieie. Mar
calllno fielding the ball Willis went
out, pitcher to first.
Second King Scores.
Soper for the I'unahous flew out to
first. J. Marcalllno flew out to Tml.ci
In lett. Uubbltt went out, short tn
Klwa tlew- out to A. Marcalllno at
short King made a three-bagger Into
center. Duncan hit to Habbltt who
threw wild to the plate and King came
home, Ieavln3 Duncan safe lit first. Ha
ven made a base lilt past first. Tucker
hit to pitcher who threw to third tor
Duncan, out on a torce Uowcrs lilt to
Habbltt ut thitd who held the hall for
Third LIshman Too Anxious.
Hemenway went out, short to first,
Steele flew out to Howers In center A.
Marcalllno Hew out to l.lshmun ut
I.lehinan made a Inse hit to left
and tried to get second hut was caught,
AiiiIciboii went out, second to first.
Willis stunk nut.
Fourth A Short Inning.
Wutci house fur the ruii.ihoiiK wen I.
out, shoit to first. Cuiiliu jnailo a slu
gle Into rlcht but vva, i might out In
attempting to bteal ,e mid t'astlu went
out, second to fiist
Klwu weut out. pitchi r to fiist King
made a slnglu into tenter. Duncan hit
to thlicl who lluow to Hcrnnd for King
nil, llnifln K,rilpl nut.
II. A. C. AH.
Rlcason, rf 5
Louis, 2b 5
Williams, ss 5
Cunha, c f
Joy, i 4
)lett, cf I
Leslie, lb I
Hansmau, It I
Bolster, 3b I
1 27 1G I
ll.O. A. U.
Total 8 10 27 9 fi
H. A. C 0 0 .1 0 0 0 3 0 S
Kums 0000000 11
Three-base hits Cunlu. 2.
Two-bate hit A lett,
Sacrlflco hit Oleason.
Stolen bases Kokl. Lemon.
Struck out Jo. 11. Lemon S.
liases on bjlls Joj . 3.
Wild pitches Joy 1, Lemon. 1
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Arrangements have been made to
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One Case of 100 Bottles (pints)
One case of 50 Bottles (pints)
A rebate of One Dollar wilt be made
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P A. C.
Steere. 2b. .. .
A. Marcalllno ss
J Mai calllno. If
Habbltt 3h. . . .
Total .. .
All It. O A E.
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G 13 27 13 1
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