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Tor nine Inns, hard Innings the Til
nation played nn uphill name nRnlnst
the Kanis on Saturday, The Knms
had started with live rutin In the ery
first spasm and two In the fourth.
Puliation vm surely overtaking them
and It could ha seen that It wag only
a matter of time liefore they would
cut clown the Knms' lead.
The ninth Innlni? rolled around and
Hie Kams "till had a lead of two runs.
In thin spasm Cnpt. (leu Dcslm licit
on: a plow one and Jack Desha In try
ing to bunt popped to pitcher nnd
neorge was doubled up nt first. It
now looked had for the Colts. Ahrens
wag up nnd dumped one to Sheldon,
who threw poorly nnd allowed Ahrens
In get safe. Kddlc Denim wan the next
Colt to fnco ltrutcr. lMille In n Rood
pinch hitter and he certainly deliver
ed the Rood when he hit for three
liases to right and scored Ahrenx. One
run was needed to tie the score, nnd
Ilrnthcr Johnnie Williams was at the
Lnt to turn the trick. After Retting
two strikes Williams popped an easy
fly to lleuter. Hheldon came III to
field the hall and just as Keillor's
hands met the sphere Hheldon rnn in
to htm nnd they both fell to the
ground. Renter dropped tlio hall nnd
It rolled clear of his hody In plain
sight of everyone but Umpire Dowers,
who had. given his play a little hastily
and had wnlked nwny. An angry
oowil met Dowers ns he walked from
the field and nccuned hi in of making
a mistake. This Is the first demon
stration that has been made against
nu umpire's decision In yenrs nnd hnd
It been In nny other place than Hono
lulu there would have been trouble.
Iteuter admitted to n llulletln reporter
lifter he had romc off the field that
he had dropped the ball. In this ense
the score should have been lied and
the chances are that It would have
tnken several Innings to hnvo decided
the match. Just at this stage of the
scries It was a hard game for I'unnlinu
to lose, ns It puts them out uf the
Outside of the Interesting finish
there wns nothing particularly bright
In the game. In tlio very first Inn
ing the Knins piled up five runs. De
slin got off bad nnd gac an exhibi
tion of poor pitching. In this Inning
Sheldon, tlio first man up, wnlked.
I.eft-whecler Lemon hit to right nnd
Sheldon went on to third and Lemon
to second. McCorrlston caught Mil
ler's foul. Sheldon came homo on a
wild pitch over McCorrlstnn's head.
Jones drew n pass and stole second.
Iteuter blngled nnd Lemon enme
home. Jones spiked the pan on
Kern's slow one. Meyer made a poor
throw to first and Iteuter scared. It
looked as though tho Kamn would
make inn runs, but tho Colts at last
got together and stopped them.
After this the Kams got but two
runs ncioss the pan nnd Hint was In
the fourth, when, with Hamnukii on
first. Lemon drove a home run down
to the right-field fence.
The second was a good Inning for
I'unahnu nnd they gat tho Knnm in
the nlr and before the team came to
earth Meyers, Marcclllno and McCor
rIMon completed the circuit. McCor
rlston nuido a home run nn n hit to
Iteuter, who kindly threw the ball
amongst tho carriages.
This gamu puts the Kams in good
position for tho second series, nnd it
Is now up to tho II. A. C.'s to dump
C Dcslm, If .... 4 0 3 1 2 0 0
J. Desha, hh ... I u 0 1 I .1 U
Ahrens, cf S 2 L 1 1 0 0
K. Desha, p ... 5 0 I) 0 u 1 1
Williams. 2b. ..5010220
Meyer. 31. 3 1 2 1 1 3 1
Marcclllno, lb .. 4 2 2 1 U 0 U
Lo On, rf I 1 0 0 0 0 0
Clark, rf 3 0 0 0 it 0 0
McCorrlston, c . I 0 0 0 S 0 C
Totals 38 G 10 4 27 !) 2
AH. n.HH.SIMO.A. K.
Sheldon, bb .... 4 1 1 0 2 C 1
Lemon, If 1 2 2 0 1 0 0
Miller, 2b S 0 2 0 1 1 0
Jones, c 4 1 0 1 8 2 0
Iteuter. p 3 1 1 1 2 1 1
Kern, 3b 4 U 1 1 1 if 0
l'lunkctt, rf .... 2 0 1 0 0 0 (l
Kanuol, rf 2 0 1 0 II 0 1
llaiiiauku. cf ... 4 1 0 0 0 II 0
I-ota, lb I 1 1 0 12 0 0
30 7 a
3 27 10 2
1 2 3 4 5 G 7 S U
0 3 1 0 0 1 U l 1 li
2 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 110
12 3 4 S n 7 8 0
.10 0 2 0 0 0 0 (I 7
3 0 0 2 0 110 18
Tliree-lmre hit (1, Dosha.
Home run Lemon.
Wild pitch Deslia.
I la so mi balls Iteuter 1, Desha. 3.
Sacilllio hit J. DcBha.
Struck out Iteuter 7. Dcslm 0.
Double platf J. Dcblia-Wllllams-
Marcelllun, Hiulir Lota.
Hit by pitcher Iteuter 1, Dei ha 1.
It was whispered about town yes
terday morning that tho Oahui, would
not show up to meet the Honolulus.
Catcher Hlnglnnd hustled about and
got together 'an aggregation that look
ed like a Jnko. Three Mallcs In tho
Infield wnu enough to mako any nno
placo odds of 10U to 1 on tho Ilcds.
Tho outfield nlbo was n combination
of stars who nover did anything.
I'or seven Innings this bunch of
pick-ups wielded tho whitewash brush
In great stylo and tho Honolulus
thought that they were In for a shut
Tho first run of tho day was scored
by Evers, when Aylett In left garden
, - ! .jt.Hfai.a .iMu.i.attr-J. ,g..fe,t. ,
missed nn easy fly from Kin's bat.
This made the crowd shout for Joy,
In the eighth the Ilcds got busy and
took a fall out of Hampton, liy mak
ing three hits they got Williams and
Louis n round the circuit. This wns
enough to win out, and what looked
to be a had game when the teams
lined up turned out to be by far the
best game of the two.
Talk about jour Holding stunts that
Hlnglnnd team pulled off soino gilt
edge ones and players who were nev
er known to catch a ball ntc up every
thing. Think of I-'enner having 12
put-outs without n miss and Doyle nt
Bhortstop accepting 11 out of 12
chances, and some of them the hard
est kind. Then there wns McQuade
In center who mndc some plays Hint
look the house. Double plays were
many among the Oahti Infield nnd
they performed them ns If It was an
This game will not be quickly for
II. A. C.
En Sue, ,1b 5 0 2 1 0 1 0
I'., rernnndci, lb 4 0 1 0 7 0 0
J. Williams, 2b. 113 2 110
Louis, rf 4 1 1 2 1 0 0
Aylett, If 4 0 0 0 2 0 1
Joy. p 4 0 2 0 1 1 0
A. Williams, ss. 4 0 1 0 0 1 0
J. Fcrnniidez, cf I 0 0 0 0 0 0
Soarcs, c 4 0 1 0 IK 0 0
Totals 37 2 11 G 27 4 1
AD. IMIH.SIM'O.A. H.
Hlnglnnd, c 2 0 0 0 4 1 0
Hampton, p .... I o 1 0 1 3 0
Evers, If 1110 110
Kin, 2b 4 0 1 1 3 3 2
Kenner, lb .... 4 0 0 0 12 0 0
lloilc, ss I 0 0 0 3 8 1
Sumner, 3b ... 3 0 0 0 1 0 0
McQuade, cf ... 3 0 0 0 2 0 I
Stelgcr, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
...31 1 3 1 27 1(5 4
II. A. C.
1 2 3 4 r. fi 7 8 D
Huns 0 0000 100 01
II. 11 10 0 10 0 0 0 13
Two-baso jilts Hampton, J. Wil
Wild pilch Hampton 2.
Dnsc on balls Joy 2.
Passed balls Soarcs 1.
Struck out Joy IS, llamplaii I.
Double plays Hnmpton-Doylc-I-'eii-ncr,
:i st n
Welch admits that he Is "nil In."
Ho will tnke tho next boat homo and
!ny off for n while. Wcldi Is a baker
by trade and wc ndvlso him to go
back nnd punch dough.
u u r.
Do not be surpilscd to sec Joe Co
hen bring back a man to meet Sulli
van. If Cohen brings n man ho must
he n good ono to beat tho left-handed
n :: n
KiillUau bus won many admirers by
his showing Satuidny night.
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Lon Agnew and Welch would have
made u great fight.
The public would like to see Mc
I'ndden up against soma good man.
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The seconds that Welch had behind
him Sat unlay night were enough to
queer nny fighter. Sllwi, Hiilhul and
March were a few.
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Ah Snm Is ccrtntnly the champion
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Will tlio Kams ever get through
protesting; Their Idea of sportsman
ship Is also very limited.
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Renter admitted after the game that
he dropped that ball In tho ninth. Ho
did not need to admit It everybody
but Dowers saw It. v
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It was bard luck fur I'uiinhou but
the only wny they can win Is with an
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That On hu combination played
tome, ball yesterday. I"our doubles is
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That fellow Iloylo nt shortstop play
ed better Ihuu ho know how.
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Aylett was responsible for Oahu's
one inn by missing an easy liy.
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Alter tho first Desha pitched good
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Joy and Hampton both pitched
llrst-cliiBs bull In tlio second game.
n it n
The O.iliu team looked llko n Joko
but they delivered the goods Just tho
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The Metropolitans have the Hi bt
sci leu of the Winter League cinched.
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Wonder If thn Kams think they hnvo
won any glory alter taking their lad
Sheldon was In the game from start
lo finish Saturday, He made some
Now that tho Gans-Ncltson bout Is
over ami tho affair proved such u suc
cess both men will probably bo bom
barded with offers from theatrical
managers all over tho country. When
eter a fighter emerges from a battle
without being minus an ear and sov
erul ribs he is grabbed up aa a bar
gain by dealers In thesplan goods and
unloaded uron the public with duo
commotion. The Ooldfleld battle, he
lng one of tho star attractions of tho
century, no doubt theatrical managers
will break their necks trying to get
tho fighters to sign contracts.
Nelson falls nnturally Into the part
of Hamlet, tho Melancholy Dane, and
should have no trouble making Mans
field look like n bnrn-stormcr. His
Danish phiz would eliminate the ex
pense of make-up material and he
could put his whole native soul Into
the action when he murmurs, "Thero's
something rotten In Denmark!"
XGnns' charcoal tendencies would (!(,
mm lor tno part or uncle Tom In un
do Tom's Cabin. Tho ebony tree
from Baltimore could 'Slip n fiiKy
whltc toothbrush over his lower Jaw
and pull off n few rounds with Llttlo
Kvn that would make tears come to
the eyes of a marble statue.
IHEST FROMJHE (OASI .
Jim Corbett springs a new one In
connection with tho recent llergcr
O'llrlcn nffnlr. In which the former's
showing Httrprlrcd ocry fight follower
In the country. Corbett says Derger
played safe all through the encounter,
although ho had O'Drlen in a bad way
two or three times, and wns content
to let Jack clinch and bang on rather
than take n possible chance of run
ning Into trouble. According to this,
and Jim seems to be pretty certain
nbout It, ns he watched the light with
a critical eye from n ringside scat,
Hcrger will provo bad medicine for
O'Drlen In nny future bout, especially
over n twenty-round route. Jim says
Derger is content to go easy In ills
Journey tnwnrd tho championship, re
membering the fate of Kauffmnn nnd
Monroe nnd others. This was the sys
tem that Jeffries followed right from
the start. In his decisive fights, not
ably those with Sharkey and I'ltzslni
mons, Jeff hung back nnd let the oth
er man do the leading. After they
had tired themselves out trying to
mako an Impression upon him, Jeff
came along nnd won.
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Without exception every New York
paper roasted tho manugement of the
Ulants for bat ring Umpire Johnstone
during the recent series with Chicago.
The decision of President Piilllnm,
awarding tho game to Chicago, met
with unanimous approval. Not jet,
but soon, the Mcdrnw crowd will lie
tame enough to be fed by hnnd.
SS SS SS
Only four managers of tho National
League hnvo had the satisfaction of
winning pennants In the Inst fifteen
years. Ned Hanlon, the present Cin
cinnati leader, has scooped In five
victories, three with Daltlmorc from
1891 through to 1S, mid two with
Drooklyn, In 1899 nnd 1900, Krank
Sclce, cx-mnnngcr of tho Chicago
team, who Is now mannglng n tenm In
Pueblo, Col., won the banners for Dos
ton In 1891 nnd 1892, and 1893 nnd
1897 nnd 1898. Kred. Clarke, of Pitts
burg, took them three straight from
1901 through 1903, McOraw has won
two with New York. Tho teams
which captured oter 100 victories arc:
Doston In 1892 and In 1898, Drooklyn
In 1890, Pittsburg In 1902, New York
In 1904 and 190S.
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One of the oddest examples of un
timely hitting on record was a Chi-cagn-Lotilsvlllc
game played at Louis
vlllo In 1899. Chicago won tho gamo
2 to 1. How I-oiiIbvIIIc ever mannged
to keep away from the plate is a mys
tery. During the gama the bases
were filled with Colonels exactly 12
limes. In every inning except one
the bases weiu full one or mora times.
Yet on 12 hits, six bases nn balls, ono
hit by pitched ball, and three errors,
they made but ono run. Kour times
they had tho bases full with but ono
man nut. Yet each tlmo n man was
cither cut off at the plato or doubled
up except In the fifth inning, when,
with the bases full, a llttlo fumble by
Langa let Dexter score. Any ono of
24 hitters could hnvo won tho gnmo by
one timely hit, yet nono was deliver
ed. It II II
A recent bulletin Issued by tho Na
tional Ilascball Commission gives a
list of players Ineligible to play with
"National Agreement" clubs. Anions
those mentioned aro Joe Corbett.
Kred. Hnymcr, V. J. Ferguson nnd
John Colburn suffered u ery pain
ful Injury this morning by being tip
ped out of his buggy when near the
Central 1'lro Station. Ho wns driving
into town with one of ills boys. The
liortc went wrong neur tho flro sin
turn and tipped them both out. Mr.
Colburn struck the curb mid seemed
badly hurt. Tho hoy wns cut on the
head but seemed not to mind It. Mr.
Colburn wns taken homo uud a pliysl
elan called. He Is resting easily.
The Woman's lloaid of MUtluux will
meet In Cclitrpl Union chinch this at
tn noun at 2:30 n'rloi-k.
The new i-ttidy of Africa, follow luu
the outlliiu of C'hrlr.tus Liberator, will
be Introduced by Mrs. Wlthlngton
"The Dark Continent "
The flrM report will be given by the
Doirrt'B very new nnd welcome auxil
iary, the Kin Kok Kong Ton Full.
A number of visiting missionaries
will be with us. nnd it Is hoped that
for at least a portion fit the hour we
may have the presenco of our pastor,
Hcv. J, Walter Sylvester, who sails on
tlio Siberia in ihc afternoon.
Strnngers In the city, ns well ns res
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A special Invitation Is extended to
tho Missionary Gleaners,
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100 William St., N. Y.
IN THE CIHCUIT COUHT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; In Probate. In thu Matter
of tho Estate of Ionne Knlalknwnhn,
Into of Wnlalua, Onlui, deceased, tes
tnte. Order for Notice of Hearing Pe
tltlon for Probnto of Will. A docu
ment purporting to ho the last will
and testament of Ionne Knlalknwuhn,
late of Walatua, Oahu, deceased, hav
ing on the 27th day of August, A. D.
1900, been presented to said Prcibalo
Court, and a petition for the probate
thereof, and for the Issuance of letters
testnmenlary to Kaal Kaholwal hnvlng
been filed by Kahalckl Kulalkawahu,
it Is hereby ordered that MONDAY,
tho 1st day of OCTODEH, A. D. 1900,
at NINE o'clock a. m., of Bald day, nt
tho court room of said court, ut Hono
lulu bo and thu snmo hereby Is ap
pointed tho time and place for proving
said will and hearing said application.
It Is further ordered that notlco there-
of be given, by publication once u
week for three successive weeks, in
tho Evening llulletln, a newspaper
published in the English language, tho
last publication to bo not less than
ton days previous to tho tlmo therein
appointed for hearing.
Dated at Honolulu tins 27111 nay or
J. T. DE HOLT.
First Judge, First Circuit Court.
Attest: J. A. THOMVSON,
Clerk, First Circuit Court.
C. W, ABhford, attorney for peti
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