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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOULU, T. H.. MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1903.
Swell flew Goods !
W have Just received line of new goods which are par
tlcularly worth the attention of careful dressere. The ten
Ignment Includea a email aeeortment of
LADIES' EN6LISH CRAVENETTE RAINCOATS
newest cut, pleated fronta and backs, and braided' eollare.
Theee goode are of the fineet quality. With them came a few
exceptionally choice Silk Raincoats.
Our buyer ran acroee one of the lateet novelties when he
If, A. Cs. AND FUNS
EACH WIN A GAME
Three base hit J. WllllamB.
Two base hits Uruns (M. I.), Joy.
Sacrifice hit Miller.
Stolen bases Chllllusworth, MlltfT,
En Sue, Aylett 3, Joy, Oleason.
Lett on bases Hono'lulus 8, Ma
Double plays Joy to J. Williams to
Struck out Dy Joy C.
liases on balls Joy 3, Freltas 2.
Hit by pitcher Druns (H. A. C).
Wild pitch Joy 1.
l'iisscd balls Soarcs 2.
It It tt
The second game was all right for
the disinterested spectator with a
MAILES UPHOLD REPUTATION
BY A NINTH INNING SCORE,
KAM8 PRESENT THE
The baseball race Is still even. Tho
II, A, C.'s took a loosely played gamo pleasant afternoon to while away, but
from tho Malles last Saturday, 9 to 8. r a Kam or Punahou superior It
Then the Kams and Pu.hu. SfR
up and tho result was a close and cx-)0r eVfp for a breathing-spell; and ev
ening contest that stretched over an try jnnliig looked like there was go
extra Inning. The Puns took the game I ng to bo o, slaughter of some kind,
In tho tenth when Jones threw wild" no one knew exactly- tttt. It wai
to first, letting Ahrcns come all the
way home. It was the Puns' lucky
day, and so Woods's men and the II.
A. C.'s nro still tied for first with the
Elks close on their beds,
it it n
picked up a limited quantity of
LADIES' SILK GIRDLES
These girdles are charmingly pretty and are made with
the much-sought-after French round effect. t
A very dressy material Is presented fn
for ladles' skirts, with wool trlmmlnge to match.
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Cor. Fort aid Berctaaia Sts.
business from the start, w,ltb, earn
team at the stretch all (ho time.
The old kahuna that tho Kams have
held when playing against, the I'HPe
for rears pnt reMttl t worK r the
fri, ... iiwuuu .e mis season, u eer a
"" .t game was interesting be- team got out of bad holes by luck com
cause It as ut different. With char- blned with really good playing, that
acterlstlc Inconsistency tho Malles first team Is the one captained by Jess
Btartcd oft slow, then made a wild rush Woods. Tho Puns were eternally In
that evened up when the H. A. C.' the hole, but managed to pull out tlmo
had batted out five runs. Then tho' after time. Tho Kams would fill the
Malles trailed along awhile, finally bases and then die nt tho bnt. leaving
nm In r t..l.u.l lil. 1. J 1 . i i .
""""b "v iium uemnu wiiu u Hcuu-.iiio morciiA tun to overflowing, aiio-
way thai nlmost-not quite-carried, Eether thirteen Knms niii Ut
J them past tho staiid winners. The bases, but the full sadness of this iOH
jgamo was farcical In spots and good not dawn upon (lis unsuspecting read-
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J. B. Caatte Vice Preeldent
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O, M. Rolph Secretary
W. O. 8mlth Auditor
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Joy and Kreltns were the opposing
pitchers and they were both batted
freely throughout, Joy coming off the
luckier In bunched bits. Neither re
ceived good support, nnd neither de
served It The fielding was ragged and
too often listless, but tho frequency of
hits and runs kept a small crowd fair
ly well satisfied
met got on bases with no body out nr
only one out, nnd that with (lie lfl
chance In tho .world to scorn the KatM
could not deliver the merchandise. In
tho third Inning with the bases full
Pahu struck out. But It was the nlntu
The Kams went Id bit last, with tho
score a tic, two to two- U looked llko
nothing could stop a Kam victory
n.. , - I . ..
ne ii. a. o.s started out as If the vuen Ileutcr, Sheldon ilnd Lemon filled
meant to run up a big score, bat- lhc bas'es and nobody cmL But Itcu
ting clear around tho team, and two ... rm.eht n,iMn a. it,. .,..
m ... r- o... .... ... '" " "" ""'
an, n ' m. ' ', V . .' u"lns switch. Pahu He' out to pitcher and
Ili!," """ ""! nes. the nltern;" nd de
InnlfnTl re"?' 5uccc,cdca otroyer of Kam hopes, rftuck out.
In passing two men. one of whom fore- ., ... . , .
ed In a run. The whole amounted to I T.h? tcnth lnnln8 wns partlculiUUr
Ave tallies. Tho Malles got one when I "wf"1, for a"or lwo men wfrc nown
Harry Bruns hit safely, went to sec-lJonc3 drPPcJ iMr& 8rlko. Ahrcns
on on a balk, moved up on Miller's
sacrifice and came homo on Knnnol's
It was In tho second that tho green
iackcted boys got their periodical
awakening and kept the baselines hot.
Clark wisely waited and Joy passed
him to first. Wright hit a slow ono,
nnd both wero safe. Amoy forced
Wright, but Freltas delivered n hit.
Bruns lilt safe. Amoy came homo
was the batter and that optlmlntlc
youth galloped toward first base lic
gardlcss. Jones had an easy throw
but he chose to send the bull at Ke
l.uown like a bullet. It went wild, and
rolled serenely to the right field fence
while Ahrens hastened around tho cir
cuit, bringing In the winning run.
Itcuter deserved to win bis game.
For ten Innings ho pitched fine ball
ngalnst heavy odds, allowing but four
on a wild pitch. Freltas registered. nltB- nt)l niore than one In any inning,
when Soarcs let a ball get away from hut ,hs team behind him could not help
him, nnd Bruns camo home on a ' ll,m "L Dosha was hit rather easily
dropped third strike. With four runs!for eleven safeties, but ho did his
In this Inning tho score wns tied, and Lc8t work In pinches, and certainly
having dono their duty tho Malles sank deserves credit for getting out of tho
back Into dreamy slumber onco more. holes by using his strike-out ball.
Tho II. A. C.'s needed this game, so Major Van Vllct nnd Ahrens pulled
they continued to go nfter it. J. WII- off tho star fielding stunts the latter
Hams lined out a three-bagger to right taking In sutcral hard chances at
field In tho fourth Inning. Aylett wns critical times. The Major started out
safe on Simpson's error, and Joy sa- to win tho game all by his lonesome,
crlflced Williams homo. A. Williams Ho got the first six put-outs, nnd grab
sent out tv long fly to Knanol, who wns bed off a double play unassisted. Kc
llstenlng to tho grnss grow In cen-knewn wns on second with Hnmnukit
tcrflcld, and Aylett easily beat tho at tho bat. Hamaiiku diiiro n liner at
throw In. In the next Oleason got the Major, who Kalheied It In and com.
around to third on Wright's wild throw plctcd the doublo play by touching sec
over first, nnd scored on Fernandez' ond base.
tly to tho sleeping beauty In center
field. In tho eighth J. Williams hit
safo ngaln and moved up on Aylett'a
sacrifice. Joy sent hint borne with a
double to centerlleld.
Having let tho gamo go. the Malles
now rubbed their eyes, yawned oncit
nr twlco, and at last came to Hfo again.
It was tho ninth nnd they wero ex
actly four runs behind. Clark hit safo-
ThctPuns missed the two Judd boys
Henry Williams played second nnd Bob
McCorrlston wns behind the bat, wncre
ho will bo tho remainder of tho sea
The Puns took the lead In tho first
Inning. Woods lilt to Hnmaukti who
threw wild nnd Woods ran tho bases
clear around. Tho Kams tied tho
icore In tho fourth. Jones reneh first
ly to third base. Wright dittoed to on II. Williams' error, moving to sec
left field. Amoy fouled out nnd Freltas ond when Kektiewn got soaked with
fnrf.n1 Wt-tirli, ....! ,.... ,. . '
-...., ,, ,.,,. ui. Bi-ivuu uui in at
tempting to complete a doublo play J.
Williams throw wild to first and Clark
eamo home. Bruns scored Freltaa
tho ball, stealing third, nnd coming
homo on Plunkctt's long fly to Ahrens.
In tho sixth tbo Puns got ahead for
about a minute. Meer walked, went
with a long doublo to right. Chilling-1 to third on a wild pitch and B. Desha
worth gavo a nice somnambulistic per-'sacrificed him home. Thu Puns tied
lormanco, walking to first. Miller hit the score again in their half. Jones
safo nnd Bruns scored on a pnssed , reached second on Meyer's wild throw
ball. Tho crowd began to exhibit' after a splendid stop, stole third, nnd
symptoms of Interest, but with ono run camo homo on Hamauku's hit.
needed to tlo tho score tho Malles be- It was hammer nnd tongs then for
thought themselves of the Ancient Ma. four Innings. The Puns got their run
rlner nnd his words: "0, sleep It is a J In tho tcnth as already described and
gentle thing, beloved from nolo to. the Kams In their half were helnless.
polo." Kaanol proved It by allowing With ono man down Hamaiiku roneli.
ed first on Meyer's wild throw nnd
Plunkett hit safe. Punahou stock was
suddenly bearish, but tho next two men
delivered puny files to Williams and
the game was pau.
Tho official score:
himself to be fanned Into oblivion, and
the only thing left Is the official score:
Total 30 8 9 24 10
Sheldon, ss 4
Lemon, 3b 5
Pahu, rf 4
Jones, c 3
Kckuown, lb 4
Hamauku, 2b S
En Sue, 3b S
J. Williams, 2b C
Aylett. cf G
Joy, p 5
Soarcs, c. ...
Bruns, rf. ...
Gleason, lb. .
Kokl, cf. ...
Tloutcr, p. ..
Total . . .
11 30 10 3
1 Ahrens, cf
0 Meyer, 3b
1 E. Desha, p....
O.Vnn Vllet. ss..,
10. Desha, If...,
Totnl 38 0 13 27 1C 8 1 Wnterhouso, rf,
fieoro by Innings Williams. 2b. ,
1 2 3 4 E 0 7 S 0 McCorrlston, c.
Mnllcs 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 38
llonolulus S 0021001 a' Total
4 1 1 C 0 0
.33 3 4 29'12 4
Itcuter out on foul strike.
Score by Innings
Punahous . ...1 0000100013
Kams 0 0010100002
Two base hit Kokl.
Sacrifice hits Mejcr, E. Desha.
Solen bases Sheldon 2, Lemon,
Jones 2, Kekucwa, Hamauku, Plunkett,
Woods 2, Ahrens 2, Meyer, O. Desha
3, Williams, McCorrlston 2. .
Left on bases Kams 13, P. A. C.'s
Double plays Van Vllet (unassist
ed), Sheldon to Lemon.
Struck out By Heuter 11. by Desha
Bases on balls Renter 5, Desha 4,
Hit by pitcher Kckuewa.
Wild pitches Heuter 2.
Passed balls McCorrlston 1, Jones;
POPE ra IN
Vbcre wai Aa0 bl MP In tho Mid
winter League games yesterday. Tbo
Honolulu Iron Works defeated th
Aulas, C to 5. Anderson, the Aala'a
ttar pitcher, had n bad day, for the
Iron men found him safely eleven
times and In the eighth Inning cinched
tbe game by boosting tUf runs Bcross
the plate. The thirteen lilts Inada by
tho Aalas wero not bunched offtctltely.
In tho first gamo tho Alohas had no
trmilil.i In disposing of tho Maklkls,
13 to I. Hoii',n. of lno Maklkls, wA3
f0u2d easy when hits "K01 rns- a
the usual crop of errors iie."cil i""
Tho scores: " '
, .. ., , FlnBT nAMK.
MakfkMuM, fceliustlnu. 2u.-c.J M, it
Stlvn, 4(j..i:b.; A. Sebastian, cf".; V.
Scliarsch, c.-3b.; D. Pnlalna. lb.; K
Kalauawn, as.; Ah Sin, If.; Kane, rf.;
Alohas-Cockett, cf.; Kolowcna, lb.;
m. i. iiuupu, ri.; ueo. jonaii. c.; Chat,
.lonnf, ss.; Geo. Townsend. n.: Win.
Aylett, 2b.r John Bolster, If.; D. Ka
haulello, 3b. , ,,
Score by Innings -
1 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 3
JfdMkls ,.t 1000201004
AlohnS , . 0 2 5 3 0 3 11 15
Baso on balls Off Honan 3. off
Struck out By Honan S. by Town
Base hits Maklkls C, Alohas 13.
Home runs Avlctt. Ilnnnll dim lnt,
ter out for not touching third).
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De Pome, p.; Pryce, c.; Ktihlnn, lf.j
Rcgo, cf.; Krellus, ss.; David Ke, rf.;
Tttlfiftnt' rf Volenti H, lnt. oi.
Aalas W. Ayau, If.; Ktihlnn. lb.;
Anderson, .., Iloyle, 2b.; Liming, o.;
Larscn, cf.; Mlchl, 3b.; K. Ayau, ss.
Scoro by Innings
I W. 2 0 0 10 0 0 3 06
Aalas 0 0020200 1 S
Base on balls Off De Ponte 1, All-
Struck out Do Ponto 6, Anderson I
Baso hits II. I. W. 11, Aulas 13.
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Recorded Aug. S, 1S05.
Kdwnrd W Thu lug and wf to Annn
II Tucker (widow) ct ui; I); por lot
1311 nud 11 W. Walnlua, Oaliu; $300. II
2Ct, p 319. Dated Aug 1. 1803.
A Gnrtcnburg tr to Kaeleku Sugar
Co Ltd; I.; lauds, leaseholds, bldgs,
furniture, llo stock, rolling stock,
etc, Hnna, Maul; 21 yrs .nt $100. B
273, p HI. Dated Mnr 30, 1005.
A (lartcuberg tr and wf et al to M S
Cirlnbatiui; I); lands, leaseholds, bldgs,
furniture, lio stock, rolling stock, etc,
Hana, Maul; (1. B 2G9, p 320. Dated
Apr 1, 1905.
Mrs O P Kamauoba by ngt to Kim
Sung Veo; L; 2 pes land. Honopueo,
X Kohala, Hawaii; 15 yrs at $40 per
yr. Dated July 1, 1903.
An Young to Angl Ah Young; BS;
leaseholds, bldgs, live stock, crops, etc,
Walplo, Hamakua, Hawaii; $250. B
274. n 218. Dated IYh 3. 1904.
Kock Mln to Wm McCluskey; AM;
mtg Hamamura Toklchl and wf on 8
acres land and en no crop, Kaumana,
Hllo, Hawaii; $783..39. B 27C, p 1.
Dated Aug 3, 1903.
Antonio Roderlgucs and wf to Luclna
N do Souza; M; 5 acres laud, Kaapa
hu, Hamakua, Hawaii; $105. B 27C, p
1. Dated July 31, 1905.
Nora M Davis and hsb (Henry) to
Alexander C Dowsctt; D; lots 19 nnd
24, Dolo and Ucckwith Sts and Wilder
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