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IMPORTANT PULINO FIGHTERS DEMAND SOME
ON BASEBALL LAWi STUPENDOUS PURSE
Sonic weeks ago In tills lty, In
n hall game between Hie Portland
mill Lilt Aiiri'Ii'B IraniK. thorn worn
lumiora on llrst mid thin! liase. nnd
two limn were out. The nun on llrst
Iiiiko tttnrtetl to t.teul to second, nnd
mi llnall run down nml louehtl
(int, lint not before the mnn at third
liuro liml Miiioil The run was run;;
iii hy the srorekeoner, but the on
pining il.i)er oiled out tlielr ilqrl
hloii, mul the tn cue hoy retimed tu
mil n I the rim on the scoreboard.
The winning leiun, which nmilo
the "extra" run. did mil need It,
lint It wai a legal one Just the same.
I'nr the Information of the pl.ijers
and raiiH alike, thq rulo covering the
point Is as follows:
"Hnle 59 Ono run shall lie scored
every time a base runner, after hav
ing legally touched the llrst thlce
liases, slfall legally touch the home
hiici hpoirn Mire iun nrn nut nut;
provided, however, that If he reach
home tin or ilurius n play In which
the third man lie forced out or 1)0
put mil boforn midline first base,
u run shall not (mint. A force-out
ran be made only when n b.iso runner
legally loses the light to the base he
occupies and Is thrieby obliged to
inhume us tho result of a fair hit
ball not caught on the fly."
Thus It vlll be reen that If n run
ner scores finni third base before a
man U touched out. who Is being run
down between ll bases, for the third
out, tho run munis. Tho run. of
loursii. would not lount whcin tic
thlid out Is made In a double pl.iy.
I.. A. Times.
n tt tt
I.ecail Is biully engaged In try
lug to locate a pair of mitt stingers
who would satisfy the public and
who would bo able to bring a little
innzuma Into the till, lie has been
working every posblblo nnglo to cinch
u match hetwein the top-notchors,
but they all had an Jdca that the
produce mcrchnut had the Hank of
Italy behind him which It cntun to
asking for guarantees. To satisfy
these pugs the light mnnager would
have to get .i ) 10,000 house simply
to pay the lighters, am! what camo
In above that sum would defray the
expenses of pulling off the bout,
flood IiiirI:iciss for the lighter. S.
It tt I!
DICK HYLAND IS
i Af TEK. CLASSY LADS
If secretaries or accredited repre
sentatives of athletic clubs and kin
drcd organizations will make it a
point to send a list of their proposed
events to the Sportinp; Editor of tho
Bulletin, it will simplify mat
ters greatly and will insure nil le
gitimate sports news being made pub
lic. Where a representative of tltq
Bulletin has not been seen at a
game or other sports event, some rep
resentative of the organization or
club conducting the event should
communicate with the Bulletin,
that there may be a full account and
score published. Address communi
cations to The Sporting Editor,
E v e n i ng Bui 1 e t i n .
Mrs. Mahclle Oilman V. n. Corey
still Insists that shn Is going to lime,
"a million dollar theater in r.irls
near her liuihnnd's chateau." This
Is going some for a toy particularly
after marrl.igc -Ilraddock I'ost.
Dick llylnnii, the California light
weight, who has, been having much
success in tho Kast of lale. Is en
loutc to S.m Francisco nnd should
iliop off the .train at almost any
time. If Promote! I.orcnrl falls to
eet the Sam l,,iiigford-.IIm l'ljnn
match, ho will i'o doubt endeavor tu
pit IMand iig.ilint it Uany boy of
his weight, such as Johnny I'm v no. or
Cydonc Thump'!.!!. It) html Is an ng
gresslve scniplKM- am! has n big fol
lowing and, ,Vith a good opponent,
should be able lo draw quite a crowd
to the Coliseum. S. F. Bulletin.
:: n tt
THE SEASON'S TURF KINDS
The Approach of Winter Sees a Long
List of Fast Money
Ni:V YOUK, N. Y., Oct. 12. Tho
pl.uoi of the big winners oi the turf
for the season of 1S0S are llxcd, and
there Is no chnncu of any shift In tho
positions of the leaden. Tho James,
It. Keenc stahln will wind up- Ihp
icason's racing and go Into wjnt.'i
quarters with tho llelmont I'm It
closing The Kecuc establishment
will ictlio with three unbeaten
horses, each holding tho fame of
great achievements, untarnished by
defeat through the )car with Colin,
'unbeaten two jears on the turf, wtn
Iner of fifteen races and $181,172 In
that period, at tho head of'thc list.
John K. Madden haB already ic
tired for the season tho champion 2-jcai-nld
Sir Martin, winner of el?ht
out of thirteen races and second four
times, with n tolnl of $75,393 to hit
credit Sir Martin, the biggest wln-
nur of tho year, Is scheduled to do
part for Utiglnml, where ho Is engJR
ed In tho Dei by, St. I-egcr and other
classlr races of 190p.
The leading wlnnels for 1908 ami
their records follow!
Colt, 2-year-old, J. K. Maddcn's Sir
Martin, eight races, $75,395,
Filly, 2-yenr-old, J. II. Kociib'i
Maskette, five races, $52,850.
Colt, 3-our-olil, August llolmonfs
Fair Play, seven rncos, $(19,510,
Filly, 3-year-old, II. I'. Whitney's
Stamina, four races, $18,680.
Colt, 4-) car-old, .1. It, Kceno's Hal
lot, five races, $55,9l5.
Unbeaten horses In 1908:
.!. 11. Kceno's Collin, 3-year-old,
threo races, $50,165.
J. U. Kceno's Celt, 3-) oar-old, two
August Ilclmont's Priscllllan, 3-year-old,
seven races, $18,810.
While mowing In n field near his
homo Chnrles Plttmnn, of naillngton,
lldd., uncovered lu Host of jellow
bumblo liccs ami wns stung forty-six
The l'atlllc Mall liner Chlnn, Cap
tain Frlolc in command, tied up at
tho .Naval wharf at S o'clock this
morning. On board were, among
other passengers, Mrs. K. S. Cunhu,
Hither I'lrlch, who- returns to Ills
work here; Misses I). and M. Camp
hell! (ienrgo rilmcr, Illustrious I'o
tentato of Islam Temple, A. A. O. N,
M. S of S.m Francisco, and I)r, V.
A. Norgnaid, Territorial Veterlnnr
Inn, as well ns Mike I'ishor nml his
Itench Club All-Atucrlcan baseball ag
The tilp from San Kranclscn was
without Incident, though heavy seas
1111111,0 the Journey rather slow. Thu
ship did not strike the hurrlcaiio
which dclaed the I'. S. S. Charles
ton, hut the heavy seas encountered
were probably the aftermath of tho
Tho China htought mall nml
freight for this port and as soon ns
the ship was made fast (o the wharf
nilo.idlng of the cargo was begun.
CnnJ was taken on board for tho
Joui'ucy)tnm hem to tho Orient, tho
win Is or coaling being uurtcil' ' as
iinon as the ousel tied up to tho
Tho Chlnn will continue on her
way At .1 o'clock this afternoon.
Honolulu, DsyaSlaSIAK! C3M
g l"Pf 1.1'. ..II -t-M IlilLi MP
Wo publish the Texas Leaguo per
ccntago tabic single measure. In
this way wo can at least keen the
shrinking term of Houston out of nny
second division. iiouMon Post,
Texas Is one plac where.- accord
lug to tho newspaper stories, they
always havu "orderly" and "gentle
man)'" l)nchltms. Montgomery Ad
vertiser. Tho common people include all Vol.
eis who do not shavo every day
Chjirloston News end Courier.
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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, Nov. 0, 1508.
Lower mean temperatures than during the preceding week were re
ported from' all stAtloni on Oahu and Molokol and generally from Maul
and Kauai, with changes generally between 1.2 and 3.3. On Hawaii
the mean temperatures were generally slightly higher, the greatest
changes occurring in the Kona, northern Kau and the southern por
tions of the Puna and Hamakua districts, and ranged from 1 1 to 2.4.
The rainfall was light and below the average at all atatlont In the
section. The deficiencies, In Inches, as compared with the average of
ten or more years, in the several districts were: Hawaii Kohala 0.52
to 0.78, Hamakua 0.45 'to 1.24, Hllo 0.07 to 1.77, Puna 0.73, Kau 1.04 to
1.52, Koha 0.73; Maul Hamakualoa 0.94; Oahu 0.63 to 0.95; and
Kauai Walmea 0.58 and Kona and Koolau 1.24 to 1.29."
The greatest amounts of rainfall were reported from the Koolau and
Hamakuapoko districts of Maul, and the Hllo and northern portion. of
the Puna districts of Hawaii, and ranged from 1.14 to 3.83 Inches.
The total amounts for the week, in Inches, In the several districts
were: Hawaii Kohala 0.35 to 0.61, Hamakua 0.00 to 0.93, Hllo 1.14 to
3.02, Puna 0.22 to 1.23, Kau 0.00 to 0.62, and Kona 0.37 to 0.90; Maul
Koitau 1,97 to 3.83, Hamakualoa 0.63, Hamakuapoko 1.50, and Walluku
0.03 to 0.39;' Oahu Koolaupoko 0.00 to 0.92, Honolulu 0.06, Ewa 0.02
to 0.41, and Waianae 0.00; Kauai Koolau 0.3C, Kona 0.25, Puna 0.00
to 0.17, and Walmea 0.00; and Molokal 0.09.
There was less rainfall than during the preceding week at all sta
tions on Kauai, and at one half of the stations on Hawaii. There was
more rain than during the previous week at the majority of stations
on Oahu and Maul, The differences In the several districts were:
Hawaii 0.20 to -10.15, Hamakua 0.70 to 10.86, Hllo 1.45 to 41.59,
Puna 40.67 to 1.57, Kau 0.15. to -10.32, and Kona 0.30 to 10.32;
Maul Koolau 10.80 to 4348, Hamakualoa 0.12, Hamakuapoko 40.58,
and Walluku 40.03 to 10.37; Oahu Koolaupoko 40.25 to 0.68, and the
remaining districts 0.00 to 40.07; Kauai Koolau, Puna and Kona
1.21 to 1.35, and Walmea 0.34 and 0.35; and Molokal 40.04.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperaturo and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 7U3 1.03 Inches.
Maui 72.0' 1.20 Inches.
Oahu 73.9 0.24 Inch.
Kauai 71.9" 0.13 Inch.
Molokal 75.8 0.09 Inch.
Entire Croup 72.4 6 0.78 Inch.
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bureau In Honolulu generally
clear weather obtained, with .06 Inch of rainfall on ht 7th, J2 less
than the normal for the week, and .06 more than during the preceding
week. The maximum temperature was 82, minimum 67, and mean
74.6, 1.0 below the normal, and 0.6 lower than last week's. North
easterly winds prevailed, with an average hourly velocity of 7.6 miles.
The msan dally relative humidity ranged from 64 to 72, with a mean
of 66.4 for the week. The mean dally barometer ranged frdm .03 to
.09 inch above the normal, and the mean for the week 39.03 Inches
was 0.07 above normal.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Nolo: The figures following tho iiamo of station indicate the dato
with which tho week's report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
. Puakea Ranch (3) Very dry wcnlher obtulne with rain on ono
day amounting lo .33 Inch. II, P. Hockley.
Kohala Mill (5) Thu dry spell wns broken by a good lain on thu
Inst ilnto am(iuitlng to .37 Inch, ,76 below the average, and .20 less
than last week's. Tho mean temperaturo was 72.4. T. II. I.llllo.
Kohala Mission (6) The mean temperature was 71.2. Showers
occurred oil the Inst two dates and amounted to .61 Inch, .52 less thsu
the average, and .15 moro than the, preceding weeks. Dr. II. D. Hond.
.Nlulll (5) There wns .50 Inch of rainfall on thu 5th, .58 below tho
n vein go, and .14 less llimi the pre lous .week's. Tho mean temperature
wua'72.8. F. C. Paelnw.
Kukuihaele (5) A week's hot and dry spell-was broken on tho 6th.
Thd mean temperature wns 74.2. and thu rainfall .93 .Inch, '.45 less than
tho average, and .86 moro than Inst week's. There was an exceptional
ly heavy swell from the 2nd to 4th. It, T. JJnrclay. '
Honokaa (4) Thore was no rainfall, u deflcliyicy of 1.24 Inches, and
.70 Inch less than the preceding week's. Tho mean temperaturo was
72.4. P. V. Kmnlseii.
Paauhau (5) Tho mean temperature was 72.4". nnd thdro' was .72
Inch of rainfall on the tli. .54 less than thu average, and .59 moro than
tho previous' week's. It. W. Darker. ' "
Ookala (5) Theio teiB 1.60 Inches of rainfall on tho 5th, .79 Inch
below the nvcrago und .37 less than last week's". W. O. Walker.
Laupahoehee (5) Showers occurred on two dates heavy on tho
6th and amounted to 1.40 Inches, 1.54 below thp average, anil 1.36
less than tju! preceding week's. E. V. Darnnrd. , ' .
Papaaloa (C) Itnlu fell on four dates nnd "amounted to 2.25 Inches,
1.59 moro thnn during thu preceding week. C. McLennan.
Honohlna' (5) Kxccsslvely heavy rains fell on' the 5th ntid light
showers on two dates, totaling 3.02 Inches. 1.55 moro than last week's,
and .54 Inch loss thuu tho uvorago. W, Elliot,
Hakalau () Tho, mean temperature wns 73.0. . Ilnln fell on to
dates heavy on the 5th and amounted to 2.19 Inches, .'OH 'Inch less
than tho average, and .62 moro than tlio previous week's. J. Frascr.
Pepeekeo (5) Showers occurred on four dates and .excessively
heavy rains on the 5th. totaling 2.70 4nches, 1.16 more than last week's,
and .07 Inch less than tho avorago. Tho mean temperaturo was 73.6.
Papalkou (5) Theru were thico days with rain heavy on tho 5th
amounting to 1.66 inches, 1.45 Icsb than during tho preceding week.
V. M. Anderson.
Hllo (5) Tho mean temperaturo was 72.0. Showers occiirrcd on
threo dates and amounted to 1.31 Inches, 1.77 less than tho avurago,
and .08 Inch moro than last week's. I.. C. I.ymnn.
Ponahawal (5) "lain occurred on four, ilatcs, amounting to lvll
inches, .58 Inch less thnn during the preceding week. The mean tem
perature was 69.9. J E. namallclon.
Kapoho (5) 'A good rain occurred on tho, 4th nnd 5th, tho total for ..
the week being 1.23 Inches. .73 inch less than tho average, and .67
moro than last week'H. The mean temperature was '71.8. I!. J. '
Lyman. , '
Kaueteau (4) Tho inean temperature wan 70.2. and there were
tlvn showery days', totaling .22 Inch, 1.57 inches less than tho prece
ding wcok. H.'Olllesplo.
Pahala (4) There was no rainfall, ,11 Inch less-thitn last wcok'B,
and 1.52 Inches below tho average. Tho mean temporaturo' was 71.8.
Haw. Agrlc. Co.
Naalehu'(4) Tho days wero oxcesslvely warm. Rain full on threo
dates, amounting to .06 Inch, .15 loss than thu previous week's, und '
1.D1 Inches below tho average. C. II. White.
Kau (4) Tim mean temperaturo whs 66.5. Ruin occurred on four
ilntcs, amounting to .62 inch, .32 moro than during last week. W. II.
Kealakekua (5) Showers occurred on two dates nnd amounted to '
.37 Inch, .30 less thnn tho preceding week's. 1L Wallace
Kealakekua (4) Tho mean temperaturo was 72.6. Haiti fell on
thieo dates and totaled .55 Inch, .73 loss Ihan tho uvorago, and .01
moro than last week's. Hov. S. II. Davis.
Puuwaawaa (5) Very dry winds prevailed. There was .90 Inch of .
rnlnrall on tho 5th. It. Hind.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Huelo , (5) The mean tomporntiiro was 70.0". Itnlu foil on threo
ilaUs heavy on tho 5th nnd amounted to 1.97 Inches, .80 Inch moiu
thiiii during tho preceding week. J. ,. Keirlera.
Nahlku (5) Heavy rains fell on thu 2d und 5th, and lighter on throo'
other dates, totaling 3.83 Inches, 3.08 moro than last week s. Tho iiicun
temperature wns 69.1. C. O. Jacobs.
Haiku (5) Light tradu and vnilublo winds piovnllci;, with much,
warm, stunny weather, and rainfall on two dates nmouutlng to ,6.1 Inch,'
.94'bolow tho. uvorago, and .12 loss than last week's, Tho menu turn-
pernturu was 73.3, l). I). Daldwln, i
Peahl (5) Ilaln occurred on tho last two dates nnd totuled 1.50'
inches, ,58 Inch moro than last weok's. 11. Oiovos,
Puunene (5) Tho mean temperaturo was 74.0. und thuro was .03'
Inch of rainfall on tho 4th, that amount moro than I ho preceding
week's. W. Searby. . ?
Kahulul (0) Cloudy weather obtained, with light showers on tho
6th amounting to ,0t Inch. 1ho mean temperature, wus 71.7', Ji A.
Walluku (5) Tho mean temperature was 73.6, Showers occurred
on tho Just two dates and totaled .39 Inch, .37 uioro than last weok's.-
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Hauula (6) Light winds prevailed. Tho mean temporaturo was
77,7', and there was no rainfall, .68 Inch Iclu than dining tho pvcc'o
ding week. Mrs, E. W. Hny,
Maunawlli Ranch (6) Tho mean tomperntiiro was 72.2'. Showers'
occurred on four dates and amounted to .92 Inch, ,83 less than the
uvcrage, and .25 mora lliun last week's. J, Herd,
Walmanalo (ti) Showers occurred on threo dntos und amounted to
,39 Inch, ,95 less than thu average. Tho mean temporaturo was 75.6".
Walawa (7) The mean temperature wns 70.5', and the rainfall .09
Inch. ,1,11 moro Ihnu tun preceding week's. At thu dllch tliero was .11'
Inch of rainfall, .07 mnio than last week's. A Msler.
Ewa (7)- Clear, pleasant wralher "obtained, Willi a light shower on
tho morning of tho 7lh amounting to .02 Inch, that amount mora than
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Tho nionii tcnipciaturu
last weok's, ami .71 less than tho nvcriigo.
was 73,4. It. Mullcr.
'Waianae (0) Tho nioan tuinporiitiiro wart 7:i.. Thoro was no nilu
rail, u deficiency of .1,3 Inch us compared with thu uvuniKo, ami no
chaiiKo trom last wool:, K, Meyer.
Received too lato lo ho considered In Mimmiiry or averases:
Manoa (0) Iluln full on tho Intt four dates ami totaled ,1'J Inch, ,'J.I
moro thun duilnR tho iircccdliiK week. V, N, lN'rkor.
I8LAHD OF KAUAI.
Kilauea (U) Masterly winds and cloar wvntlior ohliilued, wllh show
era on two dates amountlni; to .30 Inch, 1.29 Inches hclow Iho iimu'iiro,
and 1.24 less than last wook'a. Tho mean temperaturo was 71.0.
1.. II. Ilorelko.
Kealla (B) Thero was no rainfall, 1.21 Inches less than durlnn Iho
preceding week. Makco HiiKur Co,
Lihuo (6) Showors occurred on threo dulcs mid nmountril to .17
Inch, 1,34 Inches less than last week's. Tho niciui temperature was
C9.7'. H. Weher.
Koloa (0) Cool nnd dry weather ohtulncil, with .23 Inch of rainfall
on tho 4th, 1.35 Inches less than the precedliiR weok's, and 1.21 holow
Iho avoniRO. Tho mean temporaturo was 72.3. Tho Koloa Sugar Co,
Ele,ele !) Dry, warm weather nhtnlned, with no ralu, .35 lnh less
thun tho pievloua weok's Mcllrydo Sonar Co.
Makawell (6) The nioun tempeiatuio was 73.8", and thoro was no
ralufall, .58 Inch helow tho average, and .34 less than last week's.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapuleliu (0)- I.IkIiI norlheau winds luewilliM, oncoiiIIiik lliilil"
poulheily and easterly on Iho 2d. Tho moan tompi'iMturos was 75.8',
and the rulnfall .09 Inch, ,01 motu than duilna tho preceding week.
C. C. Couradt.
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