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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1908. '" "' ""
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pitcher to' first.
Sasaki (strikes uouL Tnkalinnui
trlkea out: KuV.uil.-v. also strikes out.
J , 6EC0NDNINKING
Wurron U out second to first. Low.
re?' It 'out second tb first. Camitbell
Btl a single to left field. Lyman
flli;6ut to left Hold.
Kankl is safe at' first on Hemler
son's error; Kankl Is put out trylnc
to ,sjea second. Koyama strikes out.
Abb Is thrown out at first. I
, THIRD INNING
Henderson strikes out. .Hamilton
walks. Burns flics out on n foul to llio
catbher Hpins grounds to tl'ilrd and
Hampton Is thrown out at second.
, Murakami strikes out. ltlto strikes
oui. Kamayama Is out shortstop to
, FOURTH INNING
Hart files out to first Imsc. Warren
Rets single over second base. Warren,
ctakes second o na pnssed ball. Low
rey sacrifices. Warren comes homo
(in a wild pitch. Castle Is out short
btOp to first.
Sasaki walks. Tnkahama sacrifices.
Sasaki takes third on n wild throw
from catcher and trios to ,ttcal homo,
bill Ib caught out on the lino between
third and home. KnUuilii Btrlkcs out.
, Lyman gets a slngla over second.
Henderson flics out to pitcher. Lyman
skats second and takes third on n
passed ball. Hampton gets a two-bag-got-
to left field scoring Lymnn, Iliir'iiH
flic's out to left field. limns grounds
to shortstop and Is safe on first base
man's error. Hampton conies horn?
on, tho play, Brims goes on to second.
Hart Is safe at first on first baseman's
error. Druns comes home. Warren
flies' out to second,
Kankl strikes out. Koyama walks.
Abe grounds to third and Koynmn Is
put out at Bccbnd. Abe Is safe on n
fielder' choice. Aba steals second.
Murakami strikes out.
Lowrey flit's out to center field.
Caatle gets a hit to right field. I.yman
flics out to left field. Henderson flics
out to center field.
Hlto strikes out. Knymaya Is out
second to first. Sasaki walks. He Is
caught out trying to steal second.
Hampton is safe at first on short
stop's error. Ho Is caught out trying
to steal second. Burns gets n hit
through third base. Druns gets a sin
gle over shortstop, advancing Burns
to third. Bruns steals second. Hart
tries to sacrifice and Bums enmes
home. Hart Is safe on a fleldcr'H
choice Bruns advances to third. Hart
steals second. Warren strikes out.
Lowrey also strikes out.
Takahnma strikes out, but Is safe
at first on a low throw by tho, catcher.
He is put out trying to stent second.
Kukudn Is out third to first. Kankl
man gels a Blnglc over second. Hen
derson flics out to right Held. Lyman
is thrown out at first.
Koyama strikes out. Abe gets n
one-base hit over second base. Mura
kami strikes out. Hlto files out to
Hampton Is out, pitcher to first.
Hums gets a single over second and
Is put out trying to take second on it.
Bruns Is out, pitcher to first.
Kamayama walks. Sasaki Btrlkcs at
the ball, but is hit by It, and Is out.
Kamayama steals second and takes
third on a passed ball. Takahama
files out to second. Fukuila strikes,
Tho Bcoro by Innings was as fol
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Tho game was remnrkable by nn
almost total lack of cheering.
' EIGHTH INNING
Castlo'ls out pitcher to first.
STANDING AND SITTING
"Sho sat for nn oil portrait of her
self, did sho not?"
"Yep; Jink wns the artist."
"How'd it come out?"
"She sat for It, but when bIio saw
it she wouldn't stnnd for It." Hous
"What's this?" demanded tho puz
zled critic, rending tho manuscript:
Go Wong, yo spnlpecn, or urn gcova
you sdocha ponchn ccn da nosn.'
What sort of language la that to put
In tho mouth of your hero?"
"That's tho most novel fcaturo of
my book," .replied tho young author.
"You sec, theJicro's father was Irish
and his mother Italian." Philadel
Hook: I understand ho married n
Cook: Yes, but he's complaining
now because ho hasn't been nblo to
thaw out nny of Iti Illustrated Bits.
"It must bo lovely to 'bo- nlwnvs
spoken of as the goddess of beauty
and love," murmured tho fcmlnlno
tourist, who was being personally
conducted over Olymjms.
"Not much," exclaimed Venus.
shifting her gum. "If I'd evcr'drcnm
cd how many lintchbt-faced squaws
would be compared to mo by feather
brained wooers I wouldn't have con
sidered the job for nn Instant."
Kansas City Times.
PLENTY OF "EM
"Were there nny great men among
"Oh, yes, Indeed, nnrt not so far
bach, cither. I hnd n greatgrandfa
ther that' I myself have seen." Kan
sas City Star.
Stern Bros. & Co., a New York firm
havo received two anonymous letters
stating that Meyer Newman, a sales
man who disappeared with 12,000
worth of diamonds, Is being held for n
ransom of $10,000.
. FOR HAWAII
Men Ordtered Out For
First definite preparations for tho
picking of lliurlllu team which will
leave hero In August fur tho State of
Ohio, whero the 'members will repre
sent tho National Uuard of Hawaii
for the Territory' at the champion
ship shout, wcro, mndo last evening
when Colonel Jones Bent out ,n gen
eral order that fifteen men report for
iractlsc, which will commence Imme
Of this number.' six will bo new
men, the others having made tho
trip to tho States with tho team last
year. Captain Merle Johnson, Scrgt.
Harry. Scrgt. Honklns. Privates Web
er, Illnnchnrd, nndi Lemon nro tho
new men who nro . ordorcd out to
practise. The others, wcro with last
year's team. While this general ol
der, which has been sent out, docs
not ncccssnilly mean, that these will
bo tho men who wlllircprocnt Ha
waii at tho shoot, nt the samo time,
this Is Its practical lmplirt.
Besides the men who do tho shoot
ing, there will go three alternates, a
spotter, a couch, nnd'a pit ofllcer. In
all, nineteen men will mako tho trip.
Tho general order reads us follows:
July 21th, 1908.
Tho following named officers and
enlisted men of the National Uuard
of Hawaii will report to Major Wil
liam It, Ullcy, Team Captain, on July
Sfith, 1D0S, and thereafter at such
times ns ho may prescribe up to and
Including Sunday, August 2, 1908,
for rlflo practise, to quality ns mem
bers of tho rlllu team (o bo sent from
tho Territory of Hawaii to thq Na
tional Competition to bo held nt
Camp Perry, Ottawa County, Ohio, In
Captain Merle II. Johnson. First
Infantry; Cnptnin Charles M. Coster,
First Infnntry; Captain Arthur W.
Neely, First Infantry; 1st Lt. Orlan
do' J, Whitehead, First Infantry; 1st
Lt. Luther A. K. Kvans, 1st Signal
Co'i. Post Q. M. Scrgt'. F.dgar S. lla--ry;
Scrgt. Edward Hopkins, Co. F,
First Infantry; Sergt. Jos. Ferrclra,
Co. F,lrst Infantry; dorp. Jose
Oouvcln, Co. F, First Infantry; Corp.
John Stone: Co. F, First Infantry;
Prlvato J. vlC. Evans. 1st Signal
Corps; Sorgtiv Win. Chlltlngworth,
1st Signal Corps; Prlvato Alvln S.
Weber, 1st Signal Corps; Prlvato Ed
ward B. Blanchard, 1st Slgnnl Corps;
Prlvato Dudlo K. Lemon, 1st Signal
2. An election will bo held for tho
position of Captain In tho National
ttuard of 1 fawn 1 1 In Company F, 1st
Infy., on Tuesday, July 28, nt 7:30
p. in. Captain Thos. Cummins will
preside nt tho election.
3. Cnptnin (Ico. Smithies is ap
pointed survoylng officer to lnspcch
such quartermaster property as may
be brought before him.
By order of the Governor:
JOHN W. JONES,
Adjt. Oenl.. Chief of Staff.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entered for Record July 24, 1908,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
C lirowor & Co Ltd to John Do
FrcltnB Ex I)
Ulcpo Moyano to .loan Botullho &
Knlcknna to Sco Wo
Iticpt and Itedctn Hunt
Wong Sal King to Knneohu Itlco
Mill Co Ltd CM
Entered for Record July 25, 1908,
from 9 a. in. to 10:33 a, ni.
HoBcwaga Yvudo to Nlshlda Sue-
Antonio Sllvn mid wf to Miguel Pa-
Frank L Webster (o Onu L Iol-
Godfrey Brown In llattlo K Panlar.l
J Johnson and wf to William L Cir-
tie Tr I)
Namaka Kanul and ln.li to Koloa
Sugar Co n
Said the Owl: "Oh, tell inc. how
could you fly
When the hunter so sorely shot
And crippled one wing? When I b.iw
Was sure he at last had got you."
Said the Eagle: "And bo you marvel
I hold o'er the air dominion!
Did you think a great eaglo would be
By n difference of a pinion?"
Kansas City Times.
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thnt now yacht of mine."
"Why not rail It the Kiss?"
"Well, It's nothing but n smack."
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It's the best and cheapest form of milk.
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