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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H.
MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1908.
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EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE
14 INNINGS AND
RIVERSIDE LEAGUE STANDING
C. A. C . . . . 4
Aloha . . . ii
palama a. c.
Hal ley, ss 6 1
Kenloha, 31 0 1
Walker, cf 0 0
3 .2.r. 0 1 1'-a)ti(Ia. I 0
4 .200 Kalinnwlnul, If.. 5 0
jZerbe, rf 5
Aula Park wns the scene of iinoth- Honan, 2b 4
..flnrnnnn Alm.lt V.U1 1 BU, 111 l
cr battle Sunday
roveu to nine thousand people lined
the park to witness the contest be
tween the sons of Dal Nippon and the
Chinese Aloha boys, and the two old
otorniis, the I'ulaina A. C. and the
Knala A. C. .
In the first panic the Japanese
again piovcd their superiority In tho
handling of tho horsehldc. Jack
Kloies, Kualll, and Geo. Ross nro tho
Hoopll, c . .
f .1 t.n i,l 11.
most dangerous men In tho Nippon ,,., 'a
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nine nn.l It wns duo to them that tho .i........ I,, f
A lolu boys went down to defeat. ltl I Mt.,lelro3 p
thu llrst three or four Innings tho ,..icr '
game was very booh wun wio .ioiui,
and at tho end
Totals 45 2 r. C3S 15 4
Under I'O: I'reltns out, step plate.
Chllllngworth. 2b.6 0 3 0 8
I'roltus, 3b ....i-C 1 0 1 1
Smith, If C 1 3 1 0
Iloopll, rf C 0 1 0 1
,4 0 1 01S
boys .lending, 5. to
of the fifth or sixth innings, with
three bases full and two out, Koss
seat a lly over the center Held, scor-
Totnls 40 2 9 3 39 13
Huns and baso hits by Innings:
1 2 3 4 5 C 7 S 9 10 11 12 13'
I'.'b ..0.0 2000000 0 0 0 0-
II. II.. 1 D 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0
K.'il .0001010 0 0 0
II. II.. 0 0 0 2 00210 1
SUMMARY llase on
Mcdclros, 3; ICspltnla, 3.
0 0 02
0 2 19
an Horse, Cattle,
Sheep', DjBg and
lag four I una. Il'ho Aloha boys tried
liard to even things up, but It wiu
Tho f..'oml game was then duo
I "ml I'jo kcaiti of the different sup
Ipmleru began to licit In 'feverlth
!:o.l. Tlio eddj woie In ivor of the
' II w. i-hon.cu the l'r.ljm.i A. C. and
II nound the park limbing hut the
Pala.ua! Ptil.umit" na heard
"Wo will beat them.'" hjIiI Henry
Walker, the bc3t ccntcrllvlder that
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aid LVpIuda, the twhler of thu l'a- .. :: ,. '.. y ,,:: ., ., ., a u ,.
lamaj anil a comer In the box. J. 4 tt
"We will Uk them." said Captain FROM. IKE. .PRESS BOX
llon.ill of tho Kanlaa. In thu mean- tJ ' V ' " U
'tlmo putting on lilj glove for the n't: ... Jt if JjlWljttt: it U it:: il U
oiniog fray. . It U not tho Intention of Harney
' ..iu u.uiit uuj;-j;i wun iioui sines
by Medclros, ltl; lisplnda, 12. Two
base lilts: Kc.ilnha, Walker, Iloopll.
Three-baso hltt' Kahmiwluuli lilt by
pltchetl'lmll: K.'IMrker, llutler. Uou-
' blu plays! KiMlnha-Corre.i, 2. I'assed
balls: llutler, 1: Clement, 2. Tlmo
, of game: 2h. 10 m. Uniplro: llert
AC30ETED CASES r-.CjI ?1C TO v20.
fJcta.iiin? Rc-ieiiea for Cojrc'.f CIs, Ccl':, Spins, C;t;, Voar.ds
Cc: -ec1:j, Oirth Galh, Founder, VUnur, itiliiey .roiilts an J Distsia
jsr, Et:., ::i aIckcs.
Di!tesir.er. Wctss, Manpe and Kankcr. Dor;s.
Stomach, Xanp,' Kidney and Liver Troubles in" Cattle.
These remedies are specially prepared for these Islands, and every
Etcok-owcer will find it pays well ti have a remedy right on hand for
any little ill whirh occurs amoiii; his stock.
JOHN P0TTIE &, SONS. TEL. 1189.
by having joar soles and heels put on by us. Quality in
shce-repairiag i;ocs dc:p below the surface; it is not just
on top. Onr Method ii to do the BEST work for the leait
possible price. Shoee soled jid heeled while yen wait.
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oullilent of l lory, and It waged fu
ll Innsly f.om 2:30 i. in. unlll dark
hovered over tho Held unit when llert
1 Howe was unable to ueo tho sphere
' iny lunger . ho raised hU hands over
1 Ma held Informing tho people, who
1 were wild with exrltemont. that tho
llnttlo was a draw. It was a foui-
teen-lnnlng game, and tho score was
2 Ju S.
Sonio lino piny was exhibited dur
ing the game, especially by J(m Kn
liiiawlnul and Henry Walker, In put
ting out two Knnla men nt tho home
plate on a thiow from the left and
center Held, respectively, nabbing
tho men at the home plate. Had
thetc men scored, tho game would
have been won by tho Knalas.
Antone Medclios pitched n fine
game thioughout, as did Kapjnda.
Mnlinnul, tho touthpaw of the River
side, wns given a pass-ticket through
out the game by Esplnda.
Tho detailed score follows:
JAPAKESi: A. C.
All II P.II 81! O
Kalpo, If I' 0 1
Steer, cf 4 2 1 1 2
llanamatkal, if... P. 110 1
Mnojiihn, rf ....2 2 1 0 1
I riores, p 4 1 1 0 1
Luulng, c 3 2 0 0 7 2
I'iekard, lb ....". 1 3 6 9 0
Notley, 2U 4 t 0 0 2 2
Ros,s, 3b 5 2 2 2 2 3
Kualll, S3 5 0 1 0 0 2
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Joy to bo roush.diiring thnjgame, but
It neviMthelcHi, proves thill a guarded
temper and n little forethought
while nddiojsliig nn olllclal of tho
game will piovc nut only cheaper but
better in the long run, to himself
mid to his team: Harney's retire
ment to tho'heuch Saturday possibly
proved the undoing of his team, an
up to that tlmo It was anjbody's
game, with favor resting on the hea
vier stickers, llert Dower has been
lenient to some of tho b'oys during
little mix-ups of Saturday's nature,
and his sending Harney from the
Held pT.iveB that less talk and more
cffoit to play clean ball Is the order ,
of thu day hereafter. That his nc- I
Hon met with tho approval of the
spectators there Is llttlo doubt and 1
ii is io ue rcgrelieu tnai llttlo tilings
of his kind should creep Into ama
teur ball ut all.
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Murcnlllno also took a awing at
tho play, releasing Warren from
short, and fllllng tho Initial bag In
exchange. Arriving twenty minutes
tale, as lie did, he certainly dug Into
the scoreboard. Out of two times at
(Special Dulletln Wireless)
WAILUKU, Maul, June 1.
Tho games nt Walluku Park
.on Sunday drew a good crowd
and grcnt ball wan played.
Tho Stars entered a piotcst In
their gamo with the Walka-
pus, which was a flno exhlhl-
Hon. Tho results of tho day
Wnlknpu 5, Stars 3.
Kahulul 5, Henlnnl 3,
Bulletins and Team
of the Paradise
. The Advertisers lost nnd the Uul
letlns won out In tho Newspaper
League games yesterday, Uoth con
tests wero close, tho first match, be
tween tho Stnrs nnd tho Bulletins,
resulting In u score of 8 to 7, and tho
other, between the Pnradlso and tho
Advertisers, epdlng with tho scoro
nt C to 5. As can bo seen from tho
scores, the games were tho best play
ed which havo been put up on any
one Sunday by the newspapermen.
.The victory of the Ilullctlns was
tho direct tesult of the ictlrlng of
Con nens fiom the box for tho Stnrs
In tho ninth Inning, when they put
In Hrowstcr nnd the nine took thu
toboggan, ttireo men racing across
the pan before the career down-hill
could be checked. The third run was
all that wau needed to do It.
Tho second gume wns nicely play
ed nnd flee from features. The heav
enly crowd got their winning run In
the l.yt louml.
Thc;c icsuIU leave the Stars at
i tho very end of tho procession, nnd
j put the I'arndlEe In tho van.
' That the type-Bllngcrs can play
1 ball when they hit their stride Is
easily to be Keen.
n h n'u s:::i::nu:tn ::
1 tween :thc two thoy miinnged to
make thliigu Intuicstlng dining tho
dull momenta of the afternoon.
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(linger Mnyne opened up on tho
flab for the Puns, doing fairly well
for a fow liming:!, till Hampton was
called on to relieve him. It was more
like "(linger Snap" after some of the
I hard-hitting Knms located him.
WHITNEY & MARSH
White Linen Skirts and
: . Jackets
BIG REDUCTIONS .
Sale begins on Monday Morning
GEO. KEENEY LEAVING
(Special to tho II u I lot In)
Wnlluku, Maul, May 30. Mrs.
Geo. L. Keency, wife of tho cashier
of tho Hawaiian Commercial and Su
gar Co., left last Tuesday'ofternoon
per steamer Claudlno for Honolulu
en route to the Coast to Join her
family. Mr. Kccncy will follow her
when tho big plantation finishes
grinding this year's crop, tonic tlmo
In July. Mr. Keency will glvo up
plantation life, to which ho had been
attached for the past ten years, ris
ing through various grades In the
plantation system until he attained
tho position of cashier of the largest
plantation In tho Territory, handling
the largest number of men and pay
ing out tho biggest amount in salar-
bat ho made one lilt, two runs, threo Jles amI WiCC3 to the employes of this
nut-outs, and stole two bacs lust to . Bant sugar mill, which expects to
MrShnne, lb ...
Kala, 3b ...'...
(English, p-ss , . .
I'lnwncend, Lb .
I A. Alcana, 3b-2b.
j Wnklta, cf
I Ho Vup, rf
I'. L. Akana, if.
...39 12 11 5 27 10 4
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GENERAL BUSINESS IIAH
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'.trit on sale at
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AUTO AND CARRIAGE PAINTING
All Work Guaranteed.
Schuman Carriage ty.,
make It Interesting.
U it it
I Hampton's three-bagger was nicely
placed ami came pretty near being
the longest hit of tho season, Hamp
ton has Keen doing a good deal of
bunting this scries, with not nny too
good success, and, for a heavy hitter,
the fans would soorTer see him slum
Williamson, tho grand old man of
the Puns, broke Into tho 'game In
tho seventh, hut had no opportunity
to show his metal. Ho Is tho sub
turn nut over 45,000 tons of sugar
this year. Mr. Keency will Join his
biother E. M. Kceney lnvtho manage
ment of their farm at Riverside, Cal.,
and expects to make a good thing of
It. Wm. Walsh, who Is next In lino
of promotion, will succeed Mr. Keen
cy at tho Puuncne olllco.
' M'ERYDE CROP 11,500
(Spcclnl to tho 11 ii 1 1 o 1 1 n)
Wnhlawn, Kauai, May 30. E. J.
Morgan, chief carpenter for tho Ma
l.co Sugar Co. of Kcalla, was a vlslt-
Ject of much Joshing from tho crowd or at Wnhlnwa hist week In coiiuec
along nrst-basa llneiiind has won the tl0" wlth ')'o Eleelo breakwater and
boys by his Jolly glod nature. '
Wnrron, ion first with Wnrrcn qn
olectrlc-driven sugar-shipping nppar
Mrs. R. Cation and daughter havo
di'ort, need n deal bf practlso In tho ' been guests of Mrs. Win. Stoilnrt this
ilck-up-nnd-throw, "Short" War-1 Inst week, They fcturncd to town
Totals 32 5 5 3 27 12 5
Runs and baso hits by Innings:
Alohas 00203000 0 5
H. II 00112 10005
Japanese 100014 213 12
H. II 1100320 1 311
SUMMARY. Daso on halls: Off
English, 3; Aynu, 4; Plorcs, 1. Struck
out: by English, 2: Aynu, 3: Klorcs,
0. Innings pitched: English, u": Aynu
3. Sucrillco hits: Ayau, English.
Two-base hits: Ross. Doublo plays:
Wild pilch: English, 1; Aynu, 2. Pas-'
ed ball; Jlrlto. 1. Hit by pitched:
ball: Iloies. Tlmo of gamo:
i'mplre: Ilort Rower.
ion proved that ha could handle tho
hall all right, but was off In his
throw, us wns "llrothcr" Warren
when It enmo to stopping 'cm.
Evcrs' sacriflco in' tho Initial Inn
ing of the llrst gamo, advancing 01
nios and Fernandez, wns ono of tho
headiest plays of tho day, and show
ed tho result of practlso In the hit-nnd-run
game, now being played to
good advnntngo by the Jewels.
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Lemon went over tho high board
fence like u monkoy on n stick.
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J. Walter Doyle wns an Interested
by tho hist Klnnu.
W. L. Whlttlngton, pilot and whnr
finger of Elcele has severod his con
nection with tho Kaunl Railroad Co.
and will move to Wnlnica to talto
rhargo of tho landing there.
Mcllrydo mill ground Its last stick
of cane by 9 o'clock last night. Its
total yield of this year Is cloio on to
11,500 tons, about 3,100 tons moro
than last year's crop. Tho 1909 crop
Is In splendid condition.
Tho barkentliio Pooling Snoy loft
last wcok with sugar from Eleole for
tho Delaware Ilreakwutor via tho
9,278 "Maxwell" Owners
Proclaim the Superiority of
of tlio fame cf Iho "Maxwell" lino. Tho 14 J 1, P.
wnndor, Bu!d at SKJ, Mas the fint car of prorid
cflklcncv lo be cficrid at such a pilce. The
".Maiw ell" wa tliu firn car to Introduce features
of such prime Importance as
Tae "Kenv:"." rWttrtf .Dire Catch.
Tarec-fcSMCsEKloncf l'ovycr riant and Trans-
SMi-Onll Construction of Engine and Trans
PuapICEt 1 turtno-tycScn Cooling System.
IiuUOructntc MctU Dories.
Its victories In endurance contest j. Iil'd climbs
and eronniny tcn hae established unprece
denied records forcara of its class.
Tin) 2t II. 1". Touring Car shown hero Is tha
late it achievement of the "Maxv.tU" line.
Tho man tlom simplicity of the "Maxwell's"
mechanism eliminates the necessity of a chauf
feur makes It the Ideal car for tho untrained
If you 'iave never ridden In a "Maxwell" you
nrenot ) et equipped to purchase n car. Oet a
" Maxw Wl C"n nicer ' demonstration tide
in this TouralKiut or. If vou want a larger car,
the'Jt II. P.,;i,T.V Tourfrg Car cannot fall to
satisfy your nculs.
Von Hamm-Youag Co., Ltd.
Jockey Willis rbde the winner,
Wulter Macfarlano's -Sure Shot, nt
Kapholant Pari: Saturday afternoon,
wlienhe bent out William lleckloy's
Duke Spencer, 'Jr., for half a mile.
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The Y. M. C. A. gym. contests unit
the Diamond Head A, C. Binokcr como
on Thursday of this week.
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Golf nt Moanalua today.
CORNELL IS VICTOR
PHILADELPHIA, Pa May 30.
Cornell wns victorious nt the Prank
lln field meet: Pennsylvania Becond,
Yulb third. Ten teams participated.
No letords wero broken,
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Saturday's gamo between the
Saints nnd tho Juwols was ccrttiRily
nil that was predicted and gavo tho
holiday ciowd n pleasant outing.
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