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BVBNINO IIULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. 1L, MONDAY. MAY 2."., 19ft1!.
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PIANO AND ORGAN.
Prof. N. II. Lewis, teacher of Piano
mill Organ; twonty-Ilvc years lu
Now York; will give Instruction
to a limited number. Specta) at
tention Riven technique, style ati'J
cxpiessiou. 1402 nmma.
Ins. Sheridan, Hotel and AlakcaJSts.,
or Hawaiian News Co, Pianos and
Organs tuncil nnd repaired. Also a
tine ncsoitmcnt of second-hand pi
anos, oigans, and Aeolian organs
for Bale. Come and ceo them.
Having engaged Mr. Qeo. L. Lanort,
the expert piano tutur and pianola
repairer, w are now prepared lu
attend te all piano limine and re
pairing. All work guaranteed.
WILL, NICHOLS CO., LTD., Tele
phona 301. 39G5-U
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large bedrooms, living room,
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LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable totalities.
For Bale at a Bargaia Preiaisei
at Hanala en flu keach, a two-story
house al furnitare, at a bargain.
931 Fort St.
Fresh, vhclesome, and ' of every
Bcrctanla, Al&kea, and Union,
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For Expart Repairs on Bjoycle, Mo
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ii" fwa '
ADULTS' CLASS IN DANCING
Miss Dc Lartiirue will start a class
In dancing Tnea. evening nt 7:30
at Kllohnnn Alt League rooms.
Torihs, 10 lessons for $10.00.
L. dc L. Ward) Accountant, has re
opened his oinco on Tort street,
'above the Hawaii 1'hoto nnd Art
Shinshinva Hotel, A. Ourn, Mpr. Iwi-
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mr tvnanrnla ami Herotanln.
- Fort at. sear Kukul.
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Swetf Violet Butter
The Best Mads.
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C. 0. YEE HOP & CO.,
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P. I.. PETERS
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Kewalo. Telephone f23
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
wens soles, 70 cents (sewed);
Men's Heels, 2S cent.
Fsneiriag Neatly Done.
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OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON, .
Queea Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
At All Watehdealen.
Asaat for Hawaiian Islands,
Cm, FORT aneT KING St., Hoaelulo.
Hj AND OTHRtt PIANOS.
3 THAYER PIANI CO.
3 ISC HOTnL STREET,
n Phono 218.
l TUNING OUAllANTKED.
An Inhnlatlan lor
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IhN It aot ttm m.r. .BmIIv. Io hrc.tb. In .
rtai.il; lor dla-.ti olb brrtlil or Ifc.o
to Uke the rtjivUr Into ttalomMlif
L'rraalrne oar. ! air. rn!.r.d
mini; ..lUtpUc, li crrl.il ow lb. iUuut.1
.rim nil aiy tnwirt, lln praloaatd and
rcniauit IrMlnral. 11 U lr,TltU to molbw.
vim iiuu aturww
ThM of a (
.11 al tmnwlait. r.llf
fr. Coucbl rr lnRtsl
OrMlilua of tb. IbroO.
Svnd pl fur do-M-rlptlr
lyO Fidloa stroft,
a card tears or cracks, you
throw the pack away, be
cause you can't shuffle them
or use them in play, ,
ncver track or. tear. They
last till they're disqualified
from old ace.
Hawaiian News Co.,
F you drink.
self to that
which . will do
you the most
Rainier Beer at
v Works ,
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CHANGE OF PROGRAM
All kind in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort art Qaeam tit.. Hanahiln.
T. 410. Geoafb G. told, Oen. Mp.
4000 Qreen RooHng Slate 10"xl".
COO Ono and Two Crong Iron Kence
1 2S-gal)on Drum, Commercial Eth
er. 1 Cnstlron Kitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
SMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 Kfae Street. Phone 211
EXCELLENT LAUNDHY WORK
dona hy the
v Ith their naw FRENCH dry cleaning
25f Garetanla 8t Phona 140t.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINE CUTLETS
Tamalcs, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
pootciuds in Hawaiian Views, ilow
crs and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR,
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
I Local and National
Saints and Jewels
Are Again Winners
P. W. 1. Pet. '
1). liend A. C I 4 0 1 DUO
l'liiinhiiiis 4 2 '- .500
St. Louis 4
4 .000 j
another trick. KvcrH lilt to left Held,
Tho Saints and the Jewels ninna Louis was safe on first, lie
coming to the front more strongly ns started off when the hull was thrown
tho season ndvniacs, their shun lug to the hatter, nnd Jones threw llrnt,
of last Satunlay helng pnrtlcnlarly n It appeared Louis cnuld not run
nieriiorious, especially ns u gites
them :i cimifnrtahle lend over
others, nnd makes the chances for the
tCiinm to como out on Inp ilnlmlle,
especially ns tho InYtcr team lame
out strengthened with the iiitilltlon
of two of the old-timers lu their liuu
Vmiunttti holding Beconil nnd .limes
helng hehlnd the pluto to stop lteu-
Tho lira game, nB-detailed In tho
II u II ct Ill's sporting edition of'
Saturday, was n good ono, going to i
tho Saints, over the Puns, hy a moru
llushnell, in the box for the win
ner, though he did not, show himself
to ho n strikeout pitcher In particu
lar, showed that 'quality which
counts more In n man on the uiomi'l
for a correctly edached baseball
team head. Kreni If the ball "was
hit, It was rarely hit where It was
not easily fielded, nnd, counting on a
support such ns any team which cm j u
piny mo game ougiu io give, una is
nlLthnt could he asked of a pitcher.
Hampton was pretty heavily hit,
Harney Joy coming to the front
again as n good ono with the willow.
Harney fulled but once to lilt safe,
and that tlmo sent It out to slant on
n pop-fly. Ho has a wuy of hitting
over second bag which' Is almimt sure
to mean n safety or a few bag', If he"
lands on It squarely. Even after ho
hud twisted his ankle
a fly. he was kept lu tho game for
his hitting abilities.
Ku Sue made a nice triple, which
he might have 'stitched nut lntoia
homo run, but no ono was ouf, and
ho Was coached to roost un third.
Tho second gnnio 'began with u
inzzlp-ilnzzlo piny by the Jewell that
got tho Kama up In the air, and they
did not come down enough Tn tho
whole course of the game to linuex
tho honors. The Diamond Heads
won by a scoro of 8-3, thecontest
"being too uneven to lie good, from
the strictest point of vlov. though
the number of shifty and brilliant
plnH made It nice from the specta
tor's standpoint. N
Tho llrst play, which stored two
runs, was pulled off h IMdlo Per
naiidcz, with onS man on hase The
captain uf tho Jewels failed to hit
safe, tho llrst baseman stopping tho
ball diutlio llrst hasu Hue, and wait
ing for lit m. Hut Kddlo turned uud
started back for tho sack, and the
man with tho bull throw for second.
Then IMdlo went on to llrst, and 01
mo's traveled. He made third safely,
lifter" tho ball had been sent there,
nnd Fernandez started for second,
making safe, nnd going to third on
an overthrow, whllo Olnios went
homo. Tho whole thing hnd much
tho look of n'llrst-clasH trick play,
but there was n good deal of doubt
ns to. tho allowability of It, even in
face of tho fact that llowcr lot It go,
Ynnnntto. tnudo a nlco nno-hnnilcr
In tho fourth,, which drew npplauso
from t lid grand stand.
The Kama played nicely. out of a
lmlo In tho fifth, In a way which re
flected credit on Hampton.
In tho sixth, the ball got Btartcd
nroilud tho diamond, nnd, as Is usual
in such cases, tho, gamo wan-thrown
away liy tho. Kams. C'hllllngworth
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XX SPORTS CALENDAR '
XX ' xx
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May 25 Baseball, Mills Institute
May 25 Baseball, Kams. vs, Puna
hous, Oahu College campus.
-Iloxlng, Ah Sam vs. Joels-
June 4 Y,
M. C. A. gymnasium
June 10 Hawaiian Gun Club's
Juno 11 Kamehamcha Aquatic
shoot for club championship.
Juno 11 Hawaiian Gun Club's
snmt-pnnual prize shuot.
Juno 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un
known angles shoot.
July 20, 21, 22 Kennol Club
July 3-4 Illlo races.
July 4 Maul races.
E'orcd on a squeeze, nnd a tally was
mane on h passeu uau ucr .nines.
In this same Inning sonic nice
plrrjing was done by Davis and For-
nniidcz In preventing McCaudlcss
from heating out n good hunt.
. In the seventh, the Jewels rung In
without Dicing Kvcrs on. l,oul
sinned duck lor iiic nng, jusi cnougii
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IIIU UUII I1UII II, tlllll IIIUII
went for socund, 13 vera already hav
ing a good lead for third. Hot li were
safe. And both scaled on an error
nnd a sacrifice.
It Is the best samplo of cry tricky
hn8chall which has been put up this
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12 3 I 5 G 7 8 fl
Itlins ...'. 2 0 1 0 1 O 1 0 I
1). II 2 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 7
Uuns 2 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 1 S
3 0 0 0 0 2 2 12-
1 2 3 4 5 (i 7 8 9
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t ti Jt
Tho men from tho Quarantine) Sta
tion yesterday defeated tho Jackles
from tho U. S. S. Iroquois at a'gamo
of baseball played' tin. Quarantine
Island, hy a score of 30 to o.
The shies divided honors
the home-run question with one
each, but the run-getting of the men
from the Invalid camp kept up at the
nun ui u ur u ur i in un iiiiiuiK, una
there was never n doubt of the out
come. The losers began. Jn tho eighth to
think that the umpire was handing
out some bum decisions, and forfeit
ed the gamo then nnd there rather
than alilile hy them. Hut that prob
ably inily prevented moro runs being
'chalked up,, though the scorer's pen-
ell was pictty well worn out ul
The lineup and scoro hy Innings:
Quarantine Island W. James, c;
A, Medclius, p; C. Mnkuuul, lb; Sam
Lono, 2b; Hen Mclnecke, 3b; Lee
Kee. ss; Klin Wo, If; J. K. Peck, rf;
G. ('. Leach, cf.
I'. 8. 8. hoquols Hlllynrd, c;
Times, p; Keady, lh; Anderson, 2b;
llussell, 3b; Nj-ncks, ss; Asbtiry, rf;
Winters, If; Aiicihach, cf.
1 2 3 I r, fi 7 S
Q. Island IIS 17 2 2 0 730
lioquols 0 0 0 2 5 0 0 2 9
A. EWART WINS BOGEY
As expected, the gnmo was put
over Colonel Hogcy nt the Country
Club links yesterday afternoon, tho
wlilncr of the day being A. Hwnrt,
nnd tho secuud man being J. 1).
Gnliics, who finished oven with tha
The scoro was; J, D. Gaines, ov
en; K. C. Drown, ') down; ,V. Woon,
7 down; li. II. Wnlkor, C down; C.
h Kdmunds, 5 down; W Simpson,
i down; II A. Wilder, G, down; Dr.
Hutchllisop, 1 down; II. ujlldcr, un
nnsl'iod; R. Sutlo'u, 1 down; K.
O. WUItP. 3 down; F Ilatstcnil, I
down; F, C. Smith, uullulshcd; J, O.
Young, 4 down; K, J, Wiitson, 0
down; M. Phillips, iiullnlshed; 1' L.
Wnldron, 14 down; S, Ilcardmorc, 10
iowtj; A, Lwiirt., 2, up; M. Itoblnson,
3 down; II. II, tlllTiird, '2 down; J. C.
Evans, 0 down; R. M. Campbell, G
down; T. Gl, 1, down; C. Weight,
4 down; W. II, MInernj-, unfinish
ed: W. Williamson,, iiullnlshed; J, I).
Mcliierny, 0 down.
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FINE DOG SOLD
Of Irt:rc3t In connection with tho
coming dng show to he held while
the Fleet Is In this city Is the sale of
u flno AJrdale terrier, which Dr. A.
H, llowntt disposed of to Mr. Jack
son, familial ly known to his chums
lis ''Alphabet." Tho dog Is Culbert
,Km HuULhman, formerly Ciilbcrtsou
Hnwthoru, sited by Culbvrtsnu Hils
ties, with Ciilberlsou Cinders for u
dnin, Tho pedlgreo Is all llguted out
for four gouorntlons back, and can bo
furiilBlicd for a number more, If It Is
Tho dog Is the real thing, nnd will
bo u strong one In tho bench show,
when that event Is held in July.
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