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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, VtTi. 4, 1900.
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No oxpense i spaied in putting out the very best Rem
edies which can be produced.
If you arc in doubt about which Remedy to use, Ring
me up at TEL. 1189.
HOSPITAL FOR SICK ANIMALS.
CONSULTATION PERSONALLY OR BY LETTER.
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ANY CHILD CAN OPERATE IT.
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AND YOUR FAMILY.
Cheapest and Best.
Does Not Doncnd Upon Water To Extinguish a
Flame; Chemical Action Does It.
You read every day in this paper of the Hono
lulu Fire Department's "CHEMICAL ENGINE"
extinguishing fires before the steam Are engines
arrive. The KEYSTONE is simoly a small chem
ical engine. Simply invert it and direct the hose
nozzle. Call and let us demonstrate.
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
EACH PLAY IS ACTED OUT BY A
$1 a Year
Contests Played in Distant Cities Can
Be Enjoyed as Thoroughly as Though
Spectators Were on the Grounds
Magnates Will Install Contrivance
New York, Vet. 31. r linker, a
Nownrk mechanic, has Invented a
baseball lioartl which, oxjiorts dechuo,
will revolutionize tlio present method I
of bulletining games. The contrivance
which In simplicity ItncU. has been
bliowii In this city for the lust low
da)s nt 14 West Thirty-fourth street.
Many of the baseball magnates who
hiivc Inspected the Invention will Imve
the npimrntus Installed In ball pal kM.
so that special attraction and world's
championships may be repiodiiced.
The boajd may ho constructed of
any size. On either slilo of n phDlng
Held,' represented In diagram, nro cop
uiuns for the line-up of the respcctlvo
tennis. The nnmca of tlio players are
hung up"in butting order and an Indi
cator points to the name of the bats
man. Hcoro by InnlngH Is Unllctlncil
In tlio usual fashion. Hut the new
board deals far more comprehensively
with the game than any other. Ilolow
tho diagramed iflnto Is n slot In which
halls and strikes and hit batsman are
flushed Side slots register the num
her of bnlli and strikes. The number
of outs Is also recorded
The progress around the diamond is
marked on tlio various bases by kin
dred slot arrangements. Tlio bases
are marked by large clrrlcB, A con
uplnious cross murks tlio reaching of
n base In safety. A circle, on the
other hand, registers mi out. Thus on
n homo run hit the crosses would bo
Unshed In rotation at llrst, second,!
third and the plate, '
Hut, best of all, tlio movements of
the ball from the beginning of tlio
g.nno-tlll the lust man Is retlrcl'nro
tecorded with a mtnlnliuo ball. It is
sIiomi traveling from the box to the
batter. If hit. Its course Is accurately
reproduced. lor InstanCc, the Bcctu
Secretaries or other author
ized representatives of clubs
are asked to send lo a list of
events, scheduled by them, that
they may be Included In the
prqeram. Address all commu
nications to the Rportltig Edi
tor, Evening U it 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Feb. 2: Diamond Head A. C.
Feb. 3: Howling; Punahous
Feb. : Howling; Fort Shat
ter vs. napld Transit,
Feb. 27: V. M. C. A. track
Feb. 13: Hoxlng, Sullivan
Feb. 3: All Americans vs.
Feb. G: All Americans vs.
Feb. 7: All Americans vs,
when It is hit them, and a safo hit or
out is Instantaneously shown. If the
ball Is hit say to shortstop, who makes
a play to first base, the lull travels
from tlio hatter's box to short to flrdt.
Douhlo plays, triple plajs or any other
posslblo play may he clearly jiortrajed
by tlio nctuul moving of the hall.
The mcchnnlsin Is simple. The hall
ruspended on a wire Is guided by a
button wlilth paste through thu
fccreen to the back of the framework,
Hero nru arranged myiljil putl(H lo
guide thu button U such a way that
evoiy iiosslble angle vt tlio bull's
courso may hu shown,
n It n
GOOD OLD RELIABLE,.
DOPE SHEET OUT
ENDS IN DEFEAT
LOCALS AGAIN LOSE TO REACH
tor sees tlio ball move to light Held Invest In n copy.
Fox's Sporting Annual, tlio world
known authority on sport of nil kind,
has Just boon Issued, it Is a' mass of
Information from cover to cover, mid
unbraces every sort of athletics. lu
glllsm, of course, getsilho most no
tice, and every prominent pug's rec
old is to he found In the Annual. Kv
Icryone who wants to be up to data
In the sporting lino should certainly
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"EVER READY" THERMOS
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Complete Stock of
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BASEBALL, GOLF, TENNIS
Columbia, Cleveland, and Tribune
always in stock.
Single and Double Cylinders.
Sale Agents for Sherwin-Williams Paints, Stains
and Varnishes, and Garland Stoves and Ranges
EVERYTHING FOR THE KITCHEN
TAKE OUR PASSENGER ELEVATOR TO THE SECOND FLOOR
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CORNER FORT AND KIN STREETS
FRIDAY, FEB. 5, AFTERNOON and EVENING.
Seats at BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. Prices 25c, 50c,
(Iranoy, cf. ...'...4 1 2 0 2 0
Williams, c S l 2 l r, n
Panilg, lb 3 0 1 1 12 n
McAnlle, ss 5 1 1 (I 1 7
IIIIhs, rf ,S 2 3 II 0' 0
I'laherty, p 4 3 1 0 1 4
During Four Innings All-Hawaiian
Team Seems To Have Reins Well in
Hand, but Balloon Trip at Inoppor
tune Moment bettles Things
Until tlio locals climbed into Hit
balloon In (hu sixth inning yesterday
afternoon, It looked as though the All
Americans ml fill t ho forced to content
themselves lth second placu for one
game at least. Just when things
seemed the most promising thu locals
went to pieces, however, and then II
nus "candy" for tho visitors.
Al Custlu occupied the box during
the first six innings, and ho pitched n
fine gunie. lie vvus given no stinjiort,
however, and when hu relinquished
the box In 1 lampion's favor in the
iiuvcnth, ho wus thoroughly tired.
Cuttle wus everywhere while he-held
down thu box, and during thu first
four Innings ho kept his men well In
hand. Tho fact that four Innings had
been plucd without tho Iteach men
getting ahead, proved too much for
tho Hawallans. Despite thu hnrd
work of Cattle, thu locals went to
Pieces anil no amount of urging could
get them hack lno shopo.
i:n Sue, at third, played tho poorest
fiall that ho has shown this season,
Hepeutedly he threw to first with so
little care that, tbnpgh llruna went n
root or moru into thu air, ho was tin
ulilu to roach thu Hying sphere. After
u few wild throws, which brought
forth remarks iif disapprobation from
the bleachers, Kit Hue evidently got
Milky nuil refused to do much of unj
In the Gcventli, when Castle letlred
from tho box In favor of Hampton, It
looked as though there might yet bo
a chance to nccompllidi something,
Though u little wild nt first, Hamilton
quickly r.ot Into shape and (IMTSnnio
very pretty fanning. Castlo ut sliorl
did soma roal baseball playing a'ud
during tho eighth Inning tho visitors
were unnblo to get a tally. III the
ninth, thu locals chulked up ono run
but they could do nothing tnwurd
evening up tho score, which stood, at
the end of the Inning, nt 13 to 4.
Tho Hawaiian started thb game go
ing by Bcorlng ono run In tho first,
mil then shutting out tho visitors.
That looked protty good, but the next
In dng' saw tho locals with nothing ami
tho Iteach men scoring three.
In the third and f ninth Iniiln-- the
Hawallans scored ono run icpptclivc
ly, successfully keeping tho visitors
from adding to their tally. With tho
scoru oven, and tho All-Americans ai
paruntly nnablo to accomplish any
thing, it began to look us though the
winning streak of tho visitors might
have been discontinued.
In tho fifth inning thu visitors man
aged to add another run to their score,
but that only gavo them ono ahead und
things did not. In any way look black.
In tho sixth Inning tho homo team
gavo their opponents threo runs, and
In tho next spasm, they simply wont
to pieces and literally said "como on
and take all you want."
There woro scarcely 160 peoplo at
tho gamo, and tho persons that wcro
tliero did not show any enthusiasm. In
fact It was about the deadest audi-
onco that a ball team ever tried to
Fernandez, being on Jury duty, was
unablo to be on hand, and his pluco at
nm was taken by Ilruus.
Darney Joy officiated as umnlro. to
the general dissatisfaction of mosti ev
eryone. 'Many of his decisions wcro
palpably faulty and finally tho lads on
the bleachers began shouting "out'"
or "safo" after every pitched ball
The teams lined up as follows:
au nun an
Totals 40 13 in 1 27 13 3
Iliirna right field In 9th Inning
1234 r, 0780
Funs I I) I 1 0OO0 14
II. II 222100010 S
1 2 3 4 5 G T 8 9
Huns 0 3 0 0 13 0 0 It
II. II 0 10 13 10 0 II
-Two base hit, llllss; .1 h.isc hit
Sonrcs, Hampton, Djuzlg, Fl7ihert ,
home run, Delehiinty; bane on lulls
off Castle, 3. off Flaherty, 3, struck
out, by qastle, 0; Hampton, 2. I'la
herly, 4; sacrifice hits, Flaherty, Sea
ten.'i; douhlo plas, Dclch:iiity-f)aiizlg.
Klaherty-Datulg. Time, 1.0S. Umpire
Joy. Scorer. W II. HuUlifit
At Hotel .
I'unnhou and Honolulu Howling
Clubs tried conclusions nt the Hath
alios last night It wus u very close
contest ns the score shows Robinson
foi Honolulu nvcingcd highest irri,
Whilst Wlune of Puniihoii did host for
his team ICO 2-3.
The final total were- Honolulu
20S7. I'unulioii 2084.
The following shows the scores and
Logan 1 IT,
Uoblnson 185 130 Hit)
rerrls 151 120 143
Sell tu lilt
144 143 112
140 187 143
131 120 121
144 123 12Q
124 1B7 104
1 2Ii 2-3
HAWAIIAN OHM HOUSE L
(Diiection of Sonny" Cunlra)
THURSDAY nnd SATURDAY
FEB. 4TH AND OTH
CHORUS OF 40 STRONG
KAMEHAMEHA GLEE CLUB
NEW SONGS! NEW JOKES!
NEW LOCAL SCENERY
Box office opens at the Berg
strom Music Co. Monday, Feb.
1st, at 9 a. m.
C88 730 GUI', 20S4
Friday, Kelt, ft, ltapld Transit vs,
k n a
ine Johr.son-llurns fight drew a
crowd of 10,000 p(oi1e, who paid
anything from S.'.o to S2.S0 per seat.
Hugh Mcintosh, who was tho kingpin
of the whole match, states that J131,
000 was taken nt the gates. This
must bo a world's record, and ns
Hums lecelved $30,000 for his sharo
and Johnson only J7H00, Mcintosh
and his syudlcnlu must have raked In
a good lump sum utter paying ex
penses, , It It Si
"Lucky" Haiti win, tno world-ro-niwned
horseman, is reported as dy
ing In Los Angeles.
Dosha, cf 3 2 2
fen Sue, 3b 4 0 0
Hampton, ss S 1 2
Scatcna, 2b 2 0 0
Castle, p 4 Q 1
Lota, If. 4 0 1
jleuter, rf. 2 "1 0
Soares, c 4 0 2
O. Uruns, lb 3 0 0
0 12 0
Totals . w.,31 4 8 0 24 10
Hampton pitcher last of 7th.
CaBtle short last of 7th.
AH H 111 f SI! O A
Curtis, If G 2 10 0 0
Devereaux, 3b, ...4 2 2 0 2 0
Delehanty, 2b, ...4 1 2 0 4 0
By Hour or Trip. ,
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WEDNESDAY, 3 P. M.
SATURDAY, 3 P. M.
SUNDAY, 3 P. M.
Tickets on sale at Hawaiian
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General Admission 25c
Grand Stand .., SOo
Reserved Seats (wings). $1.00
Auto and carriage spaces re
served on application.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embraoinu Comedy and Pathos.'
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
What a Good Wine ! Modern Sculp
tors; Cowboy and the Scnoolmann;
a Lord for a Day; a Narrow Escape;
a Sale of a Shirt; Orderly Jameson;
I Have Won a Pip.
Changes Mondays, WcJnesdays nnd
ADMISSION . 10c. nnd 20c.
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