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The old established "Popular House";
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Ing postal carda we have a
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Various rlice and qualities
Honolulu Photo Supply Go,
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1 Al Moore was the
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toa fi, kino or. p, o, nox bin
nmtiniuh ucinc ic unywcncw. uetiw. if 4 0 0 1 3 0
1 When big league baseball Is dished
Mtp the crowd Is ulwiiys missing, l'or
, thlrleett Innings yesterday Hip Diamond
Head Athletic Club team and tho Met-
lopolltnns struggled on the diamond
fur supremacy nm! the sporting public
I missed one of tho best ganiCH of buse-
1 1 ball tliut ljns ever been played on n
1 1 local diamond, Now this Winter
League, may have the up as a seeond
I rater nnd nil that hut these two teatiin
plttjed lull yesterday that hnd all thu
eai-luarkH of u Chicago game.
This was the tirst game of the filial
series nud tt took thirteen hard fought
Innings fur th'i Diamonds to slaughter
those linid lighting butclieiH So lleiiu
did the battle wnge that Calilicr Lulling
of the Met H Inst Ills head In the 111 Ht
half of the thliteentli and tried lo play
football with Dave Desha while the
latter wan trying to reach home. It
was u bad piece of woil. hut owing lo
the excitement of the iiiiiineut It Is ex
l'or bovcii Innings lilt were lis iicaren
us Democratic voles Neither team was
utile to punch out u bliiglo ni to that
time, lliishnell and Chllllngwurth
were III tine fettle nnd pitched hall that
would make the mighty llaiuey Joy
I lush with shame
iiUTciiiiits scow: riusT.
In the lust half o( the llrst spatin
HuHhiuH's tiieul sl.isherH mado gtsid
and the slab tirtlsl himself spiked thu
lull. Ileie l lion It happened. Clip.
Hiislinell cut four wide ones and then
Dusky Walker put u daisy dipper
through Akuun mid Hush moved up n
peg. Kiihlmi picked Akana for a lemon
and pushed a slo.v one at the third
sucker Al.una fiitihled and all hands
weiusafe. At tills singe Ayau Krouud.
id lo Moure, who was foiled to llitow
lo llrst. Hindi mined.
Ill the lecund the pork-chop hunch
had the glury of m.iklui; the dicult
the i.eiond tune. Aiiioy hit u IiIkIi one
und Al MiKire yelled "I've got It." Al
hopped the hall Aiiioy moved up on
u pused ball. Dixon fanned and lliish
nell hit to t-hort und Super let uu easy
I iintiw kci iiiiougii nun ami Aiuuy tame
under the wire with the stiniu! inn.
llrst one up lu
the llh nun ii quick lu-shool caiiKht Al
timldshlpu and Al unlkid. Hill Chill
put down a limit und .looiu by a ptetty
piece of base rumiliiK col to third, Sam
Chill luoke Into the t'ame with u lout;
fly lo right mid Al raced home. Store
Again lu the ilxlh (ho Diamonds, lif
ter u hard up-hill light, managed til
work Akau.t around the paths. Kilhlliii,
w ho 1 1 ii good llrM li.iri'in.in, let mi easy
tliMiw from Hiislinell gel uway fioiu
him und Akana lied tho score, nuking
NIP AND TUCK.
I'rom the Hlxlh to the thirteenth
both teauih played despeiatu ball mid
were in the game lo win "I'oii ' Hell
In on lost Ida mulle ami biiame serious.
The Diamonds got I). Desha to second
In the Lcveiith mid It looked like a inn
hut the lights went out lu the eighth
Liming diew u puss mid Kuhliia hit
safe The Diamonds took it brace and
played hnrd hall und nulled out of u
tight place. The ninth nu'ri uu exciting
hunch of lull hut neither team louhl
do bualiieis. Crook and Akana both
made pietty catches In this Inning,
Hcrl Hon crs tore off a two-bagger lu
the tenth hut died there. During tin
leiilh, eleventh mid Iwellth, tho play
eia und spectators wete winked up to
c high pitch.
mouiii: AND iiowi:its.
Did you ever hear of Moore nud How
eis, whu came to Honolulu on thu ark?
Well they muy have gi.iudi Idldicn nud
all that, bat they cull still play some
baseball, In that uwful thirteenth, (he
unlucky number Corbell leinemheiH
this uiimbei, which happened ut Cm
sou city. The MdIh will also remember
II. Wllllu Deshu was up Hist and drew
u free ouu und stolo bccciud. Our old
pul Hcrl Uuwers bit to shoit and the
hall was fielded to third to catch De
sha, the latter slid and I'nip. Hamilton
jelled "Safe." There wim u big kick
over Hie decision. Mootu mid Desha
tiled u Hipiccu uud Desha was out ut
the plate, l.unlng showed his temper
by getting tough. H was right hen
(hat HoHcrs and Moaie showed their
class. During I.uuIiik'h excitement Al
walked lowurd sci ond unit drew a
throw to Hint station uud Houer raced
home and All went to third. It was a
pietty piece of bare running. Hill
Chill laces out u long ouu to center
mid Mooie opt Ints home. Things now
I began to happen. Sam tote off u hit
M,ll( yimQ (olluwcil with it threw tmck -
. i. ,. a i.ii . .t
i er, siuilug Sum. Akana delivered the
igioccrles und Moses tugged the plate.
It was all off with the Hatchers, hut
tiny iiiiimiged to get u man on tlilid in
their half of the thliteentli. Ayuu
wulehed uud by good form on the base
line, hlolo iiccoud uud thlld, tlieieby
leading Hie. huseiuuiicis with twenty
six Kuleii liases.
Il was tt gieal gatuu of ball and built
i pitchcM did gou.l wurk. Clillllngwurlli
showed i aie Hum uud allowed hut Ihieu
hlugles off his dellveiy while the Dia
monds only got six olT lliishnell In the
' Ihliteen Innings. If tho llutcheis do
i not locale Chlllliigwortli'H benders In
l Hie next r.'imo It will mean Hint Ihu
Diamond Head Athletic Club takes Him
, Woods & Hhvhloil cup for 1111)15.
i The following summary rutin Nigel
Jackson's hi Nik tells thu di lulls of one
i of the Illicit games of hull played hetc
All It III! rill 0 A 11
ii v i if li I I 2 I n
Moon .'ii r, :i i :t it :i
W I'lullliigw Hi, p I I) ti li j il
t ciiiit'iijjtv'tii, hu.n i i i ii t
Mn . i . , ,,o l I n 13
Mann 'ib i) ti i ii :i ii
tii'iiu, Hi ,,,, I ii ii ii :i ii
('"III,, lb, ,,,,,,..& u I n I M
II IIMiH, f, ,,.,, II U U U U
Total 45 C C 9 3!) 13
AH It 1111 Sll O A
Walker, rf. .
I.unlng, e. ..
Ayau. If. ...
Harris, L'h. ,
Altn(4, cf. ..
Amoy, si. ...
Dixon, ,1b. ..
. . . .r.
48 2 3 C 3!) 17
1 2 3 4 r. C 7 S 1) 10 II 12 13
H.IIII3 ...0 001010000 0 0 4-C
II. HllH .0000000101 0 1 21!
1 2 3 4 r, l! 7 8 U10I1 1213
HllllS ...1 100000000 0 I) 0 2
II. IlltB .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 1 0 0 1 03
Tluee-hOse lilt- Mou'S.
Two-lnso Illls -Crook. Ilnurrn.
Sucrinco Hits W. ClillliiRwortli, 2, 1
S. UlilllliiEworlh, 1; Ayau, 1.
1.0ft on liases Dlsmond Heads, 2; ,
Hit by 1'ltchel Moore. I). Desha.
Ilase on Halls Uh ClilllliiKworlh, I;
Htrink Out ny Clilllliiguortli, II;
I'nssed Hall Moses, 1
Double I'lay Harris to Kuhliia.
Time of (lame 1 hour 17 minutes.
Umpire W Hampton,
Scorer N, Jackson,
tt m a
Hower nud Moore showed that expe
rience Is it good teacher In yesterday's
ball game. Their good Judgment did
much lo win the game for their team
tt t: tt
Hiislinell leads the Winter League III
hitting with the fat aeiage of ,VM.
Walker Is second on the Mels' list with
ti tt tt
licit Hower Is lu Ills old lime form.
At teiiterlleld he Is playing the same
old game. He Is lacing the hall ut
, has 25 stolen bases ami hatting
lu second place on the 1). II team.
1! tt tt
Moute hnds the I) II. team mid In
sec oiul In Hie I-cnguu with a baiting
uvcrugu of .37",
tt tt tt
Sam Chllllugwurlli uud III other Hill
are both playing good hall.
U It 8
"lie Wee" Harris plays n Rood hee
c.iul for the Hoteliers. Hln catch of
Akaii's hit over second was a pietty
piece of work.
tt tt tt
Ayau leadn the hase-riiuners with 20
tt tt tt
Crook took Super's place at first und
played fair ball.
tt tt tt
Moses taught a good game for Hie
tt tt tt
The swimmers will probably mee'
again on Wednesday night.
tt tt tt
llie cricket scauiu is now oer. Next
thing Is sockcr.
S. S. Aolea lias ii sucker team on
Illlo Is to have a big sporting day
on the 1st of January.
Howlers uru happy over the prospect
of having another chance at (he game.
Thu cricket game Sutmdiiy ended in
u victory for Andci son's side 153 to
143. Jordan's team played Anderson's
mid them was qulto a gathering to tea
Skaters get busy next Saturday
At tho renitcsl of Iind Commissioner
I'uitt an ( pinion tins been rendered by (
the Attorney General's Department tel-
litivu (o tho sale of inlneiiil lands. Tim
ouestlon wus us to whether (he icier
vuttou formerly contained lu pateuti,
to public lauds excepting und reserving
lo the Hawaiian government all mill
uial and metallc mines of every descrip
tion, wus made In compliance with any
law uud If no whether the law lu iuc
tlou had been repealed. Also wlathet
there Is uuy luw now In fone which.
luohlhlts the sale of mineiu! laud In
ihu opinion wilt ten by Deputy At
torney (leneral Mllverluu stales that
the law reserving mines lo the govern
ment has been repealed also that lis fut
us inn he ascertained tliete is no law
ptolilblliug thu sale of mineral Imidif
in tho lenltory. Tim public lands ill i
1Y ol MINERAL
rlded by the luw lutu ugrlciilturi'l.jlf you would be fully Informed about
slor.il, agricultural pabtoial, finest these laws, address '
pud wuite- hinds, the last
minis, me tasi neing e-
hcilbed uh "land nut Included lu tho
other dusses." Thciofore, the -opinion
says that "lu view of Hid fact that the
land net wus undoubtedly passed for
the purpose of encouraging ugticultiiru
mid thu sell lenient of hu public doin iln
Il Is it matter of some doubt whether
laud valuable only for mineral pin potes
und having uu agricultural value oi
nny kind comes within the spirit of tho
Lmul Ael, If It does It, would of tie-
tensity i mne within the ilaHsllliiitlun of
wnsto land teferieil lo."
niiiiimlug up the opinion says;
"While I do not find liny luw which
u tdlher expressly or by lieiesHiny nuill-
0 t ut Iiiii penults you to dispose nf inln.
II erul land lit llie TlirlHuy, el Ih-tc
li being no piolilbllliin of such illsptiinl
1 I think 11 would hu rife lu mhl" )oi
J Hint ii sale liy von of it 1 1 .tt I nf 1 ii lit J nf
I it mineral ,i Ilium Icr us ilMliiKUMhed
I Iliiui until iillniiil lmul, niiuhl hiiili
I) ulily iu In iiillil"
iUexaader & Baldwin
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li Watsrhouaa traaaurer
E. C. Paxton Secretary
H. O. Smith , Ulractoi
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Haiku Sugar Company.
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JNO. D. SPRECKEkS .1st Vice Pns.
W. M, GIFFARD. ...... .2d VJae Pres.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVEKS Secretary
E. I. SPAULDING Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
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Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phils
Newatl Universal Mill Co. (Manufae
turcra of National Can Shred'
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C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
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Sugar Plant. Co., Or -nea Sugar Co.
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Robertson, Vloe President and. Mana
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C. Jores, C, M, Cooke and' J. R. Gait.
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