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To the thrco "lis" Burns, Bliss,
and Ilruns may fairly bo givin iho
crtllt for the defeat of the. All-Stars
liy the Honolulu team yesterday. It
was a close game, and well played
l both sides. The final scorn of I
to 3 In Hawaii's favor was a s'urprls-.1.
Up to the eighth Inning tho'senra was
even, viz.: three nil.
When Druns stood up to bat with
Kla and Hums on the bases It look
ed as If a draw was Inevitable. How
ever, Hums stole second, and Druns,
making n Bare hit, OUIl Hill (Hill
the Styx nt first. Danzig got
from third to first. McArdta
third to first. N6'runs.
Bliss passed In his cheeks at first.
Williams hit to 'left field and made
firs Hums, gooi Jilt to cepter; WIL '
flco hit, J. Williams; doublo play,
Hampton to On Sue to Fernandez.
Umpires, Fisher, Joy; scorer, W. II
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BOWLINO AT THE ALLEY:
OAR BOYS WIN
Another gamo in the bowling tour
nament at present being played at
the Hotel alleys was brought off on
Saturday, Fort Shatter tried conclu
sions' with th& Rapid Transit boys,
and went down by a. small margin of
63 points. The gume was In doubt
Hams cot home, f Kla skied to ecu
terfleld nftd Burnt .died at plate, pne
Thlrd'Innlng-KIaherty hit to cen
ter and madevflrs,- Oranoy safe on
error. Curtis forces the irishman to
third. Graney -scored on error of
pitcher. Devereaux flew out. Dele
Hums Is ours from now on), got home I hanty died, liu due to first. No runs
up to the very last.
The games for this week will be bb
Itnnnlntii vn. Kilva1 RtAtlnn. Mon
day,-' Marine vs. Naval Station, Wed
jnesday. Punahou vs. Hnpld Transit,
The official score of Trldaj's game
ninldst tremendous applause
Hums and Illlsu have endeared
themselves to all Honolulu by their
heady, hard, and clever work on our
behalf. Hllss was a host in hlmselt.
Ills knowledge of tile game seems
miraculous; he seems to know exact
ly whero every ball will bo lilt to.
He was as keen on winning this game
us If It had been tome big Coast
And Hums good old 11111 how
he did shoot 'em over the. plate! and,
sa), how he did throw to nm. wnen
there was a chance, to get a man! Oh,
they are a pair of good fellows, all
It was a beautiful day for ball, and
the diamond was In fine condition.
A large crowd was present, and only
the band was needed to complete the
Speaking of Joy, reminds us that
the only Harney acted us umpire.
Some of his decisions -were, to say
the loast, startling. However, we
won, so let It go at that.
Devereaux pitched the first four
Innings for tho Stars. Heltmuller
then took the sphere. Mick Fisher
kept his word about umpiring, and
stuck It out till he got too warm.
Joy then relieved him,
Azuedo . ,
Uruus failed to make first. Kn Sue
took base on , balls. Desha fanned.
Kn Sue stole, sccobj and third. Hamp
ton out at .flrslrTo riins.
Fourth Inning heltmuller was
tagged between first and second, cat
cher and pltcherafter him. Williams
out at first.. Dunslg died short to
first. No runs. .' -,
Fernandez made two-bugger, Hllss
... 4 tirlltla.A.7 t.1 I .......
IU liraw tvilltaum inugui iu ivuihi;.-qi
f-'ornandoz home, Bliss to second. '.,J ,e
Hums hits two-bagger and JIIIbs... ...
comes lioine.,).KIa nW to McArdla. j. . ""iat
lit liome plate, ffwo runs.
Fifth Innlug-4-McArdle to first.
Flaherty on safe hit made first. Mc
Ardle to second. Orarie.y fanned.
Curtis goes out to loft field. McArdle
gelBhome-aud Flaherty to.thlrd. Dev
ereaux tnada, first oq,safe hit and
Flaherty ded at home plate.' Curtis
got to third. Djetehaiiiy made first
on a safe' n,(t.; .Cutis' got home. Dev
ereaux t mad' second. Williams run
ning if or Devereaux caught off base
at third- iTwo runs. - .
Kn Sue bit 'two-bagger to center
field, and died trying to steal third.
Dosha did the (au "act. Hampou
flew to center field. No runs. )
Hlxth inning itiitnjuiier maae
There was much disappointment.) first. on' bitto UorUtpP- Williams
frl whnti It Ann Irnftwn that the Hour tn V.n SIia Tfultmiiiler irot to
field sports had fallen through thatijeconcj on.anrror. v,Danslg walked
Is, with the exception of the throwing
at target-event, which was pulled off.
in this event a target a beer adv.
trny how could they miss It? vvas
erected on second base. Michael Fish
er donated a prize of $10 to tho best
thrower. There wero' quite a num
ber of competitors some sixteen In
all, including members of the All
Stars and All-Hawalls. Brick Dever
eaux led oft and, missing, with, his
first, had just thrown his second,
when the target Cell of Its own ac
cord. The ball had not reached Bee
ond base when the beer tray took the
count. Urlck, of course, wanted to
claim a bull's-eye, but "nothing do
ing" was the verdict. Graney was
the next thrower; he mado three
misses. Heltmuller followed suit.
Johnny Williams did better, hitting
the target on the first hop no
score. Hums and Delehanty fanned,
and then McArdle scored a center a
fine throw. Hllss, reliable old Hllss,
then scored vtth a slow one. Leslie,
Nick Williams, Flaherty, Bruno (who
Just Bcraped the target, too high by
Inches, three times), neuter, Kn sue
and Fernandez all missed Hampton,
with a fairly fast ball, scored a
bull's-eye, and, picking up another,
hit the target for the second time
fairly In tho center. His third was a
gcod throw, but high. Hampton,
therefore, took the ten-spot prize.
Mike Fisher, inspired with a vain
hopo of saving the ten plunks, by hit
ting three times, took a hand at
throwing and missed. ' Bcorlng a hit
Ik a very difficult undertaking, anil
Hampton did very well to score twice.
At 1:45 p. m. a match between the
Chinese Athletics and the Hawaii
White Sox was starteil. Tho game
unly went seven Innings owing to
luck of time. Up to tho fifth Inning
It was a close game, the score at that
stage botng four all. In tho sixth
the Chinese team scored three runs
mid took the lead. The Celestials
scared one more In the seventh and
tho game ended 8 to 5 In C. A.'s fa
vor. Apau pitched and Chi Dul
caught for the Chinese. Clarke and
lirlto attacked for the White Sox,
The big gamo by Innings went as
First Inning Curtis died at first
Devereaux made first on safe hit. Del
ehanty flew to catcher. Devereaux
stole second. Heltmuller out at first,
third to first. No runs.
Deshn bunted and expired at first.
Hampton hit the air. Kernundex
made hole In the atmosphere. No
Second Inning Williams crossed
on balls. McArdle made first safely,
Heltmuller got, to. third,. (Flaherty
fanned with the bases all full. Ora
ney flow to first. No(runs.
Fernandez died at first. Bliss took
a pass. on. balls and then stole second.
Williams fanned and Hums failed to
hit. No runs.
Seventh Iqnlng Curtlss, fanned.
Devereaux failed tormak'e first, and
Dfcleharity. died, on .the road to, the
same ppjnt. No runs.fr '
Kla tlijw out to'cenlfcrfle'ld. Druns
turned up'bis toee at'nrst'. En Sue
skied tOiDovefeaux.t.rfo runs.
Eighth InnlUg - HeUmullejc made
first on hot hit iff lbftneldvllllaina
out to good dpuble'pla'vV No runs.
Desha failed' to- make', first. J I amp-
Ion got to first on 'hit- to left field.
Fernandez dies. Hampton caught
ttylng to steal second.; -Np runs.
Ninth Inning McArdle Bare on
Hampton's fumble, ,'Flanwty' sklea.
Qraney out al second, 'En Sue throws
from second to first, tne,ball bit, the
bleachers and McArdle' tries for sec
ond but falls to make It Fernandea
to Hampton. v,tl l
Hllss skied to shortstop. William?
flew to Curtis. Hums got to first. Kla
took base on bulls, pUurns ptole sec-'
ond. Ilruns good hit to right field.
Duma home. One run.
Tho official score was: v
Dosha, rf 4 0 0 0 t
Hampton, ss 4 0
Fernandez, lb. ...4 1
Hllss, c 3 1
Williams. 3b. ...11
Dili Hum's, one of tho most popular
of the Iteach Toam, has been sold to
Cleveland for 110.000. Dill Is worth
every benvof It too: one has only to
Lwbtch him In (he box to realize that
.Uurna docs not lt iho wad hlmselt
It .goes to hlswresent club, the
Waahlufcton. Kb duarjtTflTl vrmna set
Ho In Hawaii Ifth'du8b wencfrisr
. ,rho same old story. of drjflng off
frord Hawaii; saying, onb, Will never
roturf ,and then showing up ohco more,
.within a year or so. Is again retold In
Sid "ftuVfTer's case. Sid. well known
ln'.town,'sh(Jok'"t,hfi,dusf Hotel streot
'from bis feet some twelvp moulds ago
and floated olt'to-tho, "Dlk,ampko."
, Turner coum nqt Bi,anu tne com or
little old 'Frisco, and consequently
blew In to Honolulu on tho'Alameda.
Soccer Game At
Two grnies of soccer will bo plated
this afternoon on the Alexander Field
Punahou wilt play Kamehameha, and
High School will try conclrslons with
High School leads In the schoots
competition nt present wltu six points
to tho Kams' three. Tho latter team
has n good chance to win tho cham
pionship of tho High School weaken
at all In their play,
Tho Interest In tho IMnahou and
Kam match this afternoon will be cry
keen. If the Kaniehamuhn los go
down toiny they will hao no chnnco
of wlnnlig the competition.
The soccer enthusiasts nto cr mil
ieus to see It the Alllolanl ho)s. can
do as well against the Hlfli School as
they did against I'unahou last week,
when a tie was played
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MIQUE FISHER EXPLAINS
Mike Fisher called at the Hull c
1 1 n office this morning and made the
following statement with reference,
to the 'Tlser's article In this morn
ing's Issue. Fisher seemed oo inui.li
hurt with the Insinuations as to his
not keeping good faith with the pub
lic. Nothing was farther from his
thoughts, and ho regrets cry much
that unjone should think he had
Mr, Fisher's statement Is ns fol
lows: "I nm not the manager of the Ho
nolulu Hasvball League, nnd I am
not responsible for the way the man,
ngers of that League manage "f'
"As far as my race with McDuftlo
was concerned, I was ready to run
him, and had 150 posted for the
event. McDuffle wanted to dictate
ull the conditions under which we
should run. I rofused to allow this.
I want the public of Honolulu to un
derstand that I cast absolutely no
reflections upon Mr. Jack Scully.
"Scully Is a friend of mine, nnd I
consider him one of the squarest men
In tho Territory. I personally asked
him to be Judge In our race.
"I repeat that I was ready to run
the race between Devereaux, Arcs,
and En Sue would have come off yes
terday If En 8ue would run. He
would not compete, and the nice fell
Fisher repeated that he was very
sorry that such n thing should have
happened lust on the eve or tke
tcum's departure to tho Coast.
THE K. A. C. "STARS"
Celestial Ball ;
A lot of mono went up In smoko
esterda at tho opening of the Chin
ese Minor I.oiiKui- Flrccrnckers ga
lore were let off Chinese priests car
ried the punks ntul a roar of delight
went up ns the first bunch of fireworks
went Into the nlr Anxious t')es fol
lowed the crackers ns the) soared
aloft What If they fulled to go oft!
What illru misfortunes would then be
fall tho Longuc'
Fortii!iatvl tho gmls were In good
humor, and the devils, got it lu tho
same place as the historic chicken got
his or wns It hers, history IK-Untud
to mention the kux
After tho evil Rplrlls ueio wiped
out tho giitiir started Two tuniM, A
and U, plneil n match In nlilch runs
enmo cut) moment Thlrticii to nliio
was the tunc the II team went iimlcr '
to. It was a good Kime, followed v.lllt
Intense Interna Ii) the nnrW. mints.
In fact nil the famll) rcl.ilhis of-tba
pln)crs Doubtless, shaiP-K of Celev
Half from the Flower) Klngd m huv- .
cred over the game nnd watched w, It'll
interest Iho prnwesH of tlu-lr descend
ants on the h.v(u.ill lli-td
There are thru- lonms In till- league
nnd tho li'ixt tunic will be pl.Dcilion J
Siindav , J 5
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SATURDAY GAME ABANDONED
BECAUSE Or RAIN
rcterson Is "very keen on beating
Sullivan, on Saturday night uoxt. He
,rcCkons things hn'thls way: "If I de
feat) puny, j urn tnt-n in u direct uno
'for' a go with ,Kylo' Whltuuy, mid that
Is what I'd sooner do than ,oat. Whit
Toy. defeated nio In a slx-roond go In
jl9p7. Then' Martin' draws with Kyle.
I boat Martin In a round, bo i size it
up that I'm good enough for Whitney
In the meantime Dick Sullivan Bays
nothing, much, but nevertheless It
won't bo Dick's want of trying that
will allow Peterson and Whitney to
Burns, p ..4 1
Kla, cf. 3 0
Ilruns. If 4 0
En Suo, 2b.
,...31 A. 8 3 27 19 r
ADRBHSUO A E
Curtis. 3b 4 110 2 2 0
Devereaux. rf.-p. ..4 0" t 1 1 1 1
Dolehanty, 2b. ...4 a1 1 0 1 2 0
Heltmuller. icrf. .4030000
Williams, c -.4 0 0 0 8 11
Danzig, lb 3 0 0 0. 8 1 Oi
McArdlf, bs 4 1 r T 8' 3 0
Flaherty, If 4 0 2 0 2 0 1)
fJraney, cf. ......4 10 0 2 10
John O'Rourke, of Hllo, and ownor
of that good horso Major Collier, wants
to race bis horse over a mile and a
quarter, against Adlon, the Maul
horse. John will Btake 11000 that the
Major can put It all over Dickey
Davis' botse at tho distance,
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BIO CROWD VISITS
Tho Walleles and K, A. Cs. locally
known us tho "All Stars" pla) ed au
Interesting gamo of baseball at Kali-
kluka's how grounds )cstorday. The
Walleles won out with u score of 12
August Nlbrcga's coaching of tho
gamo waB a prominent feature. He,
however, was not on deck when tnu
gamo was pau. Ills bo)B, tho All
Stars, did their best but were out
played. Tho score Is as follows:
1 2 3 4 S C 7 8 9
Wallales 5 112 0 10 0 212
All Stars 0 0400012 18
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FLYINO MACHINE MAKES
It was rent bad luck that thA rain
came on Saturday afternoon Thljigs
looked fairly well for the All-Hawull's
chau,ces ngnlust the All-Stum. ,
Hut It was not to be At 2 IC It
was ruining fo hard Hint no ouo ex
pected tho gniiiu to tonic off. Still
ever) one hung nroiind hoping against
hope that 11 sudden chnnge for tho
Inttcr might conio nboul Miln hope.
About 2 30 It was coming down lu
sheets, nnd the diamond looked 111.0
u miniature lake Mlquc 1'lshcr, Doc
Monsanat, and Fernandez looked out
on the sheet of water nnd miggested
a swimming rnce
At 3 o'clock a thunderstorm pass
ed overhead, and rnmethlng like a
cloudburst happened It wns shortly
afterwards decided to postpone' tho
game till Sunday, nil those prcsont
being hnnded passes good for tho
next du)'s pla) A few "ItlcJers't
wanted their money back In real cash
not passes. These sourbnlls wero
told to rail nt the Hawaiian News
It was u real wading race to alc'.i.
the cars at tho corner, nnd loud were'
the curses that no waiting room ex
ists outside the ball grounds. Such
a shelter-shed would have prevented
ninny a bud cold tn sny nothing of
tho ilistructlon of one-s clothing.
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Squad of 13r trackmen sign for
seasons events nt Stanford univer
AX .COUNTRY CLUB
Totals 35 3 9 1 2811 2
There was a good muster of mem
bers, and their friend's at fho Coun
try Club yesterday. The rain had
freshened tho greens up undathe links
were tn excellent condition, 'McQueen
has certainly got everything In good
The tennis1 court wl bo rolled and
marked out very soon now, , and no
'doubt some fast games will be seen
thefo. Quite a number-of automo
biles put in an .appearance -yesterday,
und It aiigurs well for the town out
at the Club on Floral parade day.
Tho weekly lunch took tilace and
was- quite up to flrst-jilass bptel style.
The Club Is certainly In a flourishing
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SAILORS LOBE TO
, STODDARD DAYTON
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
Winning run mado wllh'twb out
1 2 3 4 C
Runs 0 1 0
B, II 0 2 0
1 2 3
Huns 0 0
U. II 1 0
1 0 2
1 1 i
(17 8 9
0 0 0 1
0 0 11
1 ray 8 9
0, 0 0 p 1
- The Kewalos'nru In tho lead for the
Atkinson League. Yesterday tho Ko-
walo team put tt over the Iroquois to
tliq tune of 8 to 6.
Up to )estcrday nolther of iho lead
era, of the competition had lost a gamo
In the seroud halt of tho scries. Tho
salldrs, although defeated, have by no
means lost all chance of winning Ibe
championship, as there, aru more
Now York, Jan. 20. An Inventor of
an ueroplnno and an aeronautical en
thusiast heretofore unheard of has
suddenly made his uppcarancu lu
Urooklyn, Ho Is Fred Schneider and
bo has u machine that astounds experts.
Along general lines It follows tho
construction principle of tho Wright
brothers' and the Furman aoroplane,
but It also has many new features.
Schnleder, who Is a German, 30
years old, first mado his apK-;iranco
on Sunday list at tho Morris Park
race track, where tho Aeronautic So
ciety has been making experiments,
modestly asked for porrnlsslon to in
ter and assonible bis craft.
Tho aeroplane Is tho first tn hnvo
three propellers. These aro of aluml
nuni and aro each flvo and ouohnlf
feet' long, placed on each sldo of tho
other Immediately behind the motor
Tho two outBlde propellers turn In op
poslto directions, which Is Intended to
Tho motor Is the first of Its kind to
bo tried on any flying apparatus. It
Is a Ihlrty-slxhorBO-power giibolluo,
air-cooled gvroacopo engine and
weighs nlnet) eight pounds It was
tried out )cstcrday and acted well
Although causing considerable vibra
tion, tho aeroplane was not In any way
Injured. The macliluu Is thirty feet
wide, twenty-five feet long and weighs
4S0 pouuds. Including the motor,
Petition filed for new franchise for
rullroad along Stockton streot, San
Francisco, tunneling under Cali
fornia street hill and thonco to North
The BigJBattlers :
At 158 Pounds, for the Championship
SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 13, '09.
2 RATTLING PRELIMINARIES 2
4-Round Contest at 160 Pounds
YOUNG HERCULES '
(The Fighting Dane of Camp Very)
8-Round Contest at 138 Pounds
(Of Fort Shatter)
TICKETS on sale at Fitznai rick's
Cigar Store, Fort and Hotel Street!.
PRICES Stace S atz. -$2.50: Or-
cheJtra, $2; Dreis Circle, $1.50; Fam
ily Circle, 51; au reserved, nailery
1 0 1 0 2
Two-base hits. Feioan'dez. Burns,
Curtis. Kn Sue: threo-b'aso hit, UurnB! games 'to be played yet
brtsos on balls, off Burns 1, lleveu.-aux'! Tho two tallendurs postponed
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring-
ine to view scenes from man? lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Easv Money: The Dream of an Qui.
um Fiend; Cupid's Realm J Harry, tho
Country rostman; Poachers Wife;
The Airship; The Mjatery of theJHa
3, Heltmuller ', struotf out? byUuriHl match In order to go out to the league
p, Devereaux 7, Heltmuller 3; Bacrl- grounds. I
I Motion Pictures
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
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