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OF YEAR that you should
want a lot of eggs and brqil'
SEE THE '
WORKING AT THE POULTRY SHOWt
We filled a 120-eee incubator
'and when the eggs had been
tested out there were 103 eggs
left that showed signs of fertil
ity. The day the show opened the
eggs were taken out of the incu
bator and were carried with the
machine a couple of miles in a
wagon and placed in the show.
The next day the chicks started
to hatch and we got 93 fine,
hearty chicks out of the 103
eggs. These arc now being rais
'I'1 1 Mon J-JCL1 LUL House iS
Second Day's Game
Won By Visitors
Baturday'r. gnme: All-Amerkatis B, All-IInvvnll.nm 1.
Sunday's game: All-Amerlcens 11, All-Hnunllnnx :
Two victories for the All-AircrlratiB liao started tho base
ball Berles between Mllko rishor't. All-American club mill the
All-IInwnllans. Though both victories were decisive Mm local
men were not shut out In ellhci ease, ami their ahcmlng Is de
cidedly sntliifiictory to loial fans.
In Sntiiriluy'H game, neither team waa at Its best Tho
Itcach Club men were stiff fiom their long sea voyage ami not
In (onditloii to dn their beat work. The loial cliiiiiiplmia were
visibly nervous and, until toward the end of the name, did not let
A much larger crowd attended tho
lecond Rama of tho Heath Club Be
lles yesterday than on Saturday. Tho
bleachers wero tilled and although
thcro wero vacant seats hero and
there In tho grand Bland It was com
fortably tilled. Hooting was not
much In evidence during tho big
game. Joy cunie In for somo io
.naiks from a certain section of tho
crowd. Ills decisions on ono or two
occasions wero very doubtful.
Tho gamo was Interesting up to
the Blxth Inning, when tho All-Hart
alls took the elovator. Leslie, who
had pitched great ball up till tbU
stage, now began to weaken and
bhould havo been relieved. Fisher's
team only scored ono run In tho llrtt
Inning, and AH-Hawall held thum at
thai till tho sixth.
limns did some smart work In tho
third. Deveronux doubled to left
Held and Delehanty got up. Ho hit
Into center Meld and looked like scor
ing a double, llruus caught and sont
to second, ami Hampton, with a smart
catch, put out Uraney (running for
Hums wag deadly with his throws
to first. He, without changing his
action, Just ns he appears to start to
pitch, fires tho ball to first and it la
a smart runner who gets back In
time. Desha fell In this manner, and
after that tho Hawalls hugged the
Dovercaux was, as usual, tho comic
man of tho crowd. Some of his Jap
anese expressions wero very funny".
I'n Sue took Scares' placo at tho
bat In tho ninth nnd helped to bcoro
ono run. Ho Is very quick on Mb
feet, nnd Devcreaux got a laugh by
speaking what Uriel; calls Japanese
In both third and fifth Innings Ha
waii had a man on third, nnd seemed
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certain to Bcoro. However, tho bats
man fanned both times.
In tho seventh Ilruns reached third
but Kia died at first
It was In tho eighth that tho kill
ing was done.,,
I.esllo was weak, could not find tho
plate, and walked tcvcrul men. All
the All-Slnr men had a 1i.it before
the Inning closed, and nine runs were
scored. Tho visitors woro their toats
for their last fielding anil took things
ns n Joke. '
The first game, between tho J. A.
C 's and the Twilights (now christen
ed Roach JunlorB), was a fast, excit
ing game and sent the Japnncso spec
tators wild with excitement. One
Japanese! using a megaphono stirred
tho pin) era up to further efforts. Tho
Itcach Juniors got rid nf the hoodoo
which has been haunting them mh
Twilights amPwim n good game b)
12 to 0. ,
Tho game by, Innings:
First Inntng-j-Dcsha hits over soc
ond baso and makes II rut. Hampton
fi'imed. Detdia caught asleep at
first. Fernandez went out, short to
llcst. No ruiiin.
Klrst Innlng-rCurtts takes baso on
balls. Dovercaux singled. Curtis
steals third, Devcreaux stole sec
ond. Delehanty fnnncd. Heltmullcr
sent hat one to center, bringing home
Curtis. Heltmullcr stola second Wil
liams fanned. Danzig Hew out to
Ilruns. Ono run.
Second Inning -I'la llcvv out t
left field. Williams got to first on
an error. Ilruns fanned, Leslie safo
By Hour or Trip.
G. G. Beckley, Jr.
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that won the famous New York to
Ml. rcrn.imle, running for Wll
Hums, caught trying to steiil third
Second Inning MeArdlo singled
HUM died lit first, llrllllnnt double
piny Hiimplon gets at second and
IIHsh at first with reinaudcr, and
Ilium takes n stroll. Curtis expires
it llrst. No runs.
Third Inning Soarci fannel
Miller went out third to llrst. Do
ilia hit the air. No runs.
Third Inning Divcrcaux two-bap
gcr Into left garden. Delehanty bril
liant!) caught by Ilruns. Curtis got
hit tnlng for second, llcltmutlci
fumuil Nir runs.
I'miith Inning Hampton made
first on safe hit. Fernandez fanned
and Hampton stole suiond, I'la fan
ii(,d. Hampton got lird on passed
bull. W'llllams flew to center field
nmrth Inning Williams safe hit
to right Held and stolu sucoud Dan
tig fanned. MeArdlo Imitated. Hlls
Hew to I'la center Held. No runs.
Fifth Inning Ilruns made first
safo. Leslie sacrificed nnd Ilruns gets
third by error of shortstop. Soaic
readied first and Ilruns died nt plate
llrst baso to catcher. Miller out,
third to first. No runs.
Fifth liming Hums tiles to 1 fa nip
Ion. Curtis out third to llrst. Dev
ercaux walked Curtis, running for
Devcreaux, took setond. Dcleliant)
went out thlr dto llrst. No runs.
Sixth Inning Desha died at first.
Hampton reached first on good bunt
Fernandez Hew out to Devcreaux
Hampton caught between two base
men but icached base on fumble. I'la
(lew out to center. No runs.
Sixth Inning Heltmullcr singles
to center Held. Williams Hew out to
I'la. Ilcltmuller steahi second. Helt
mullcr camo home nn Danzig's safe
ly. MeArdlo expires second to llrst
llllss flew out to Miller. Ono run.
Seventh Inning Williams fanned
Ilruns made first on nn error, Les
lie went out second to llrst. Hi tins
stole second. Sourcs died nt llrst
Seventh Inning Hums Illcs to
third. Curtis bunted and went nut,
Leslie to first. Devcie.iux got free
transportation to llrst. Delchant)
safety and stole second, lleltmullci
two-bagger, bringing homo Delehan
ty nnd Curtis. Ilcltmuller fell in
trying to steal third. Two num.
Llghtli Inning Miller out, third
to first. Desha fanned. Hampton
miida base hit. Fernandez got to
(list I'la died nt first No runs.
Klghtli Inning Williams funned
Danzig base hit. MeArdlo reached
Hist on Ilruns' error. Danzig nil-
uncoil to Bccond. llllss hunted and
uached llrst, Oiling tho bases. Hums
took first on balls nnd forced Dan
zig home. Curtis bunted nnd let Mc-
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Aidle home Devcreaux sacrifices nnd '
Hiss gets In Delehanty took llrst.
on balls and Heltmullcr makes a dini-j
ile, bringing' home Curtis, Hums and
Jclohnnt Williams makes baso hit'
itid steals second. Danzig walked,
IcAidlc doubles, bilnglng ovor the
Into llcltimiller. Wllllrms. ami Dan-'
tig. McAidlc Roci out at third. Nine,
Ninth Inning Williams mail
lrst III mis Hew to short. Lesllp
safo bate hit. Kn Suo took.a hand.
tS'llllams mid Leslie came home I )-1
ilia Hew to fcccnnd base. Mlllu
i-uught nt second. Two runs.
All Star in.
All Hawaii :.
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FAST, THEY SAY
PROPHESY THAT SONS OF HIP
PON HAVE DIAMOND FUTURE
Mike Fisher's Plajerj, Comfortably
Established at the Royal Hawaiian,
Tell of Their Trip Through the Ori
ent All Arc in Fine Trim
The members of tho IIimiIi All Amor
ran team uro comfortably domiciled
at llio Hawaiian. Thorn are three
'aillos wltli tho party Mesdames 1111
'obrnnd, I'lsbcr mid Weight who all
iLcm to havo on" oil every minute of
tho trip. Mlko Fisher was n ver)
busy man this morning, and beyond
sa)lg that tho team was In excellent
'orm, could mil spare a moment
W J. Hums, however, bad inor"
leisure and soko of tho games in
Hums confirms what Fnstorn pi
pers havo already told us, namely thai
tho Japanese are fast and clover Held
ers, up to all the line points of the
Mine, but, nnd a HIC but at that. NO
IliiniR thinks they may posslbl) do
velop Into batsmen, but Is doubtful
Hums Is worr)lug as to what Is to
become of him on his return to tin
Coast. Ho has heard nothing ilollnlio
is to his being traded over to another
tt :: n
Tho lotnl area of woodlands In Hn
slnnd Is only about 3,000,000 acres,
o that It Is forced to Import annual
ly 10,000,000 feet of timber at u toU
of 1150,000,000. Yet It has fully
in, 000, 000 acres of waste laud pecu
liarly suitable fur tho growth of tim
ber. Professor I'erclvnl Lowell of Har
vard has received tho diploma nnd
tho medal nvvatded to him recently
by tho Astronomical Society of Mex
ico, for his work on tho planet Man
Scmo tlmo ago tho announcement
was made by tho becretur) of tho wi
le ty, Luis O Leon, that tho medal
had been awarded. '
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