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fine M'oitinwit of second-hand id- opened his omen on Port (street,
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for sale. Como out) boo tlicm.
Woven Wire Mattresses rr-tmired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1250 Alapal St. Telopbono
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and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
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house nhd furniture, at a bargain.
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pnr Ponoirnln ntl'i nfTOtnnln
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THEN SEE US.
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P. L . PETERS
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Wholesale importer and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY OOOOl
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manufactured from 'oure distilled wa
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BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
Men's soles, 75' cents (sewed) j
Men's Heels, 25 cents.,
Repairing Neatly Done. v
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SENSATIONAL MOVING PICTURES.
Admission 10 cents
Children . . . . , 5 cents
HOTEL AND BETHEL STREETS.
New Moving Pictures
Introducing Famous Subjects Never
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ADVENTURES IN WEST AFRICA.
TROUBLES OF A LOVER
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Children 5 cents
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always something doing.
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GOOD BALL PLAYED WHEN
JEWELS DEFEATED SAINTS
Talk about baseball, und the wild-
nesa of the faun In the Kwn bit cell
ori.1 The game on Saturday, when
tile Diamond Heads won out the
Saints, hy a bcoi-c of 4 to 1, with tho
sjmpathy of the ciowd With the los'
ere, capped the climax. Iloth teams'
pla)ed lull, .leal ball, but there heem
ed no uso In trying to cheili the win
ning t leal; of the Jewels. The Kama
won their list game, in the kecanil
exhibition of the afternoon. heating
out the Puns. This team has conio
decidedly forward hIiico It has gotten
the services of Jones niffl Vannatta,
and home of the old-tlmeia again.
The feature of tho day was tho
tilling of Harney Joy out of the
game after he had been fined J5 hyj
the umpire. Harney
had inadu an
overthiow, which allowed Mime heavy J Joct to thn llstlc gaiiie for paid ud
woik on tho part o( the Jewels, and missions and purses and tho like, the
no was in mo moon lor inuiuie. no
thought that Leslie balked, and said
eo. Dower failed to bee It his way,
nnd Harney tulked back, lnimcdl -
nlely llower lined htm live. Then ' his hand nnd had to go out of It.
Harney Indulged In n little repartee, Tho prcltmlnailes furnished good ex-
I ii which the Infinite contempt ho' hlhltlons nil thiounh. A falr-slzcd
lf.ul for tho coin was ludliated. And .crowd was piesent to teu It. Now,
It was to tho bench for him. , what Is going to happen? Are the
Tho. first game went as detailed In nrrccts to follow?
the bneball edition of the llitllo-l Ah Sam, us expected, had It nil
I I n on Saturday. lover his man In size and weight, and
The second game, between the chased him around the ring at a fast
Kama and tho Piiuh, was nut such pace. Tho little mnn was clusUe,
good baseball, but It was passable, and clever, but the odds were too
The Puns seem to bo weaker through great to make the scrap a good one,
the shifting of their men nioiind, und in every way. Ah Sam did not make
the substitution of pluyers at ono or .his weight, as the llulletln pro
two places, nnd they could not stop dieted, weighing In at 132 poundi.
the balloon ascension. The scoring
was scattered out pretty evenly
through tho game, except for a land-
slldo In the seventh, when the victors
got In six of their winning scores.!
Long hitting ias Indulged In to iipvenl a four-round draw,
gicat extent, tire men getting there I Murphy nnd Piatt went six rounds,
with two- nnd thfcViaggers In a when the shifty Irishman obtained
way which explains the large score. J the decision over his opponent. Mtir
Marcalllno batted n good game for ' phy buglit to net as principal In a
tho loscts, making two lilta, one of' heavy or middleweight go. Ho Is
which was a tlucc-bagger. Jones very good.
scored eight put-outs for the wln- Peter Stanley punched the bag for
ners and worked well with Vannatta the edification of tho crowd as the
All through the afternoon, tho
crowd was rabid. '
hn Suc lf
ah it mi sn
I 0 1 4
.I." Williams, 2u.4 0 0 0
II. Joy, rf 3 0 01 0
Aylott, cf 4 1 l.'O
Jno. W'mB., nit. . 1 0 0 0
Al. W'ms., ss...4 0 0 0
Soares, c 4 0 0 0
G. -nruns, lb.... 3 0 I 0 13
Kn Gee. rf .,...1 0 0-0 0
Totals 33 1 4 6 27 11 3
All HUH SI! O A i:
Olmos. If ....... 3 1 1 1 2 0 0
10. Fernandez, lb. 3 1 0 0-7 1 0
Kvcrs, ss 2 1 1 0 I 3 2
Louis, rf 4 1 2 1 3 0 0
Davis, c I 0 0 0 9 0 1
Lei, lie, ii 4 0 0 0 1 3 0
Costcllo, 2h ....4 0 0 0 3 1 0
S. Chrg'wth, 3b, 4 0 0 0 1 1 1
J. Fernandez, cf. 3010001
Totals 31 4 G 2 27 9 5
Ituns and base lilts b Innings:
St. Louis 01 000000 0 1
H. II 1110 100004
I). Heads ..... 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 4
. II. II ...1 0 0 0 2 2 00 0 3
All It IIII SI!
Dosha, rf -I 1 0 1
Hampton, 2b ...3 0 2 2
Ida, cf . . . . kv . ,T. 0 0 0
,11. Ilruns, if J..3 0 1 0
Geo,. Warren, lb. 2 1 1 4
Hoogs, 2b 4 0 0 0
Lyman, c 4 1 1 1
V. Wnrren, ss,. .2 0 0 0
Main, t 2 0 0 0
Williamson, 2b .2 0 0 0
Marcalllno, lb .,1 2 1 2
Totals 32 I". 6 10 27
All It III! SI1
Mackenzie, lf ,.C 1
Miller, ta 2 2 0 1
Lemon, cf , .
Jones, c . . I
Jonah, rf . .
. 0" o
Totals 40 !l 0 7 27 15 3
Huns and linEe lilts hy Innings:
1 2 3 4 r. 7 S 9
Puns 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 'J r.
it. H. ...... .1 (iooo 2 o o 3 c
. ..200010 GO 0-...310011301-
tt :: ::
Ah Sam fiets Decision
Over Willis In
After all the trouble nnd the kicks
of the Civic Feds, and othcis who ol-
Bciieiiiiieu coniusi in mo urpiicuin
'were held on Saturday night, Ah
I Sam getting the decision In the fifth
! lotind, when Jockey Willis Injured
when he should have weighed 120.
Uut Willis gamely gave tho weight,
nnd lost. He claimed the weight fnr-
Hlrd und Oakley of Fort Shatter
opening number of the program.
A fair ciowd was present. This Is
the Inauguration of an attempt to
revive tho llstlc game In this city.
ASABI'S Ii FIHOS BAN1AI
The Asahls Junior nnd the Fusoqs
were the winners In the games of tho
Japanese League held at Atkinson
Park yesterday afternoon. Tho first
game, between tho Asahls and the
Karhos, was not so bad, though it
was one-sided, the Bcoro being 10 to
3. Tho other gamo was in tho na
ture of a slaughter, when tho Fusooh
curried off tho follugo from tho V. M.
11. A. by tho-grnnd tally of 21-14.
This Is tho becond round of gamed
In this league.
Arnlil Jr. Nlshl, c; Imannka, kh;
jll.cda, 2h; Ktmlshlma, 3b; Morlynmn,
p; Mlynhara, lb; Sueda nnd Usui
jlma, cf; Kurlsakl, If; KoJImn nnd
Kiichot-Tnlmchl, ss; Hoshima. t:
Hamaeaki, lb; Kato, cf; Tauaku, 2b;
Yanianii, If; Toinltn, 3b; Sogawa, rf;
Score by Innings:
1 2 3 4 T C 7 8 9
Asahl, Jr 12 112 10 1 1 10
Kachos 00 0 01011 0 3
Y. M. II, A. Mnxnlchl, us; lkeda,
2b; FuJImolo, lb-p; Shliilclil. cf;
Mnlda, 3h; Ynmamolo, lf Yamada,
rf; Hhlmlzii, c; Ignrashl, p-lb.
Fusoos Yoshlga, 3h; Y. Yania-J
shlro, c; Golchl, p; Mltsuda, 2h; Ara-
M, lb Solchl, cf; Mtirltn, rfjvllii
radii, bs; M. Yamashlio, If.
Score hy Innings:
1 2 3 I C C 7 8 9
..20200071 2 14
...4 37 110 1 421
j: n n
Y. M. II. A.
Fuscos . .
Willis Portell, otherWlsQ known as
7 Domcnlck Gnttl, who arrived hero In
the Alameda on her last trip, and
halls from Portland and San Fran-
Q., Cisco, Is looking for a light In this
0 city with nny man his size. Ho
0 weighs In ut 125 pounds.
1 ts :: :t
1 Jack Doylu called tho turn on
Jones for n hunt In tho sixth.
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