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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLtJLtJ, T. I!., MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1909
Arrived by "Hilonian"
A Great Show for the
Two Hours Solid
Change of bill every Monday and
General Admission 10 cents
Beserved Orchestra Chairs ,
IS and 25 cents
Beats may be reserved in advance.
A Large Consignment of the
Chain and Belt
The Best Soap, fpr-the Laundry is'
Ask Your Grocer For It
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort Street Opp. W. 0. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
. White Dress Goods
New shipment juit arrived by the Alameda.
LACES and EMBROIDERY all new designs.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Corner Kin? and Bethel Streets.
Batiste lOo yd now 5 c a yd
White Goods 15c a yd now 10 o a yd
Color Lawn 12V&0 a yd now 7V2o a yd
Iu. Ahoy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
When you have freight to be haul-,
ed to or from the wharf place your,
order with us and you will get the
best service in the city. Phone for
and See Tli iu
We are the leaders
and Prices the low
est. Sizes, 3 ft. to
5 ft. 6 in. wide.
Wholesale and retail.
. BOSTON BESTAUBANT.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season,
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come back. . , ...
JEWEL;8 AND SAINTS
YOUNOEB FLAYERS SHOW GOOD FORM AND PLAY SNAPPY OAME
OF BAIL HAMPTON MAKES TWO HOME BUNS.
It wnma treat to sit In tliu grand
i.tnnd ut the League Clroimdi Inst Sat
urday and watch the St I oula and
Knnieliamohasf at work up Iho dia
mond. It was a snappy gune right
through and, excepting two rim which
were scored In the, first Inning of the
Saints there was nothing doln' In tlw
way of runs for Inning nll.r Inning
The Saints won 2 to 0.
The younger, players cert iltd did
well and some of the woik w.w uk
good an has been seen hm ftn som?
time. Di Sue wag Just us faM a ccr
between tho bases and his running waj
it treat to watch.
Juhn Williams and Bonn's formed
the batter) for the 8aln,ta mil did wry
good work. Williams Is a cool, 'ecl-
headed pitcher and he did excellent
work right through the 'gam). V.n Sue
and Bushnell did the scuilu,: for tho
In tho last inning the Kams looked
like scoring as'lrey had a man on sec
ond tfilrd. but much t0 e,'8"ry10,,),'"
disappointment U19 game ended with
out the boya waking a run.
The first game, between the Dia
mond Heads and Punahous, was- too
one-sided to be Interesting, and beyond
the two home runs which were hit up
by Dill. Hampton, there was nothing
very exciting about It.
McCull, Lenin and Knight, who made
their debut in big ball games on Sat
urday, did well considering ever) thing.
Tho first named Is u dandy second
baseman but the powers that be had
him playing at short.
Knight pltch'ed for a whllo, but ho
tho wed nothing like his old form and
was hit all over the place. Leslie, who
took his place, later in the game, did
better, ulthoug'h he i a trlflo wild
The Puns made one In their first and
tho Jewels rcspumled with three; tho
Diamond Heads added one In the sec
ond and then the Puns hit up thric
and tied the score; then there wus
nothing doing till the last half or the
fourth .when the Jewels simply did us
they liked and Bcorcd four runs. '
The romalnlng (nnlngs accounted for
no more runs and- cyphers we're slg
nailed time after time. Tho game end
ed In favor of, the Diamond Heads by
u score of 8 to 4.
There was a fair slied crowd present
itnd many, ladles avallod themselves of
the opportunity pf seeing the games
Captain Oerger and his band were
present und played some fine Jleccs
Tho bandsmen were very much Inter
present and played some flno pieces,
of playing, did some fine root'ng for
Dcrt Dowers umpired the games and
his decisions were, as usual faultless.
L. A. Andreds occupied the scoring
desk and wlolded tho pencil in his best
Btyle. The official scores were as
nuns 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 04)
, BT. LOUIS.
Huns ..,...,.,..2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Two-base .hits, Markham, Freltas;
ttolen basos, Bushnell, Jan. Williams;
struck out, by , Williams 0, Lota' 4;
bases on bal)s,tWllliams 1, Lot 2; hit
by pitcher, by lxtu J; wild pitch,
' " PUNAHOU.
1 2 3 i 5 C 7 8 9
P.uns ,..1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 04
nuns 3 1040000 3
Home runs, Hampton 2; sacrifice
hits D, Chllllngworth, II. Chtllingworth,
Davis! stolen bases, Lcmn, McCall 2,
F. Hoogs, Rice 2, K. Fernandez, S.
Chllllngworth, J. Fernandez 2, Wlnne;
hits off pitchers, oft Hampton S In two
Innings, off Duter 2, In thrco Inlngs,
off Ordensteln, 0 In three Innings, Off
Knight 2 in three Innings, off Leslie 1
msx lm)ngs; double play, J, Fernan
dez to K. Fernandez; struck out, by
Leslie 6, by Duller 3, by Ordensteln 1;
bases on balls, b,y Knight 1, by Leslie
5. by Duller 3; wild, pitches, Knight 2.
There wero two fine games of ball at
the Athletic Park jesterday when the
J. A. C's. defeated the Murines 4 to 2,
end the Kalinin put it over the C. A.
u s oy a 1 core 01 1 10 j.
Over two thousand people paid for
admission, ami the whole afternoon
was a time of Joy. Tho first game, be
tween the half nets and the J. A. Cs
was a flno one, and It was not till tho
ninth Inning that the latter team made
two runs and won the game, which
had been tied from tho fifth Inning.
Flores and Drlto formed the battery
for tho J. A. C.s, and tho combination
'was a good one. Flores pitched welt
right through tho game and showed
some good head work. 1 v
For tho Marines, both Hlneand
Gibson had a trial with the ball, and
Pupke hold dpwn old reliable Ander
son's Job as catcher.
Tho second game was touch and gd
up till the fifth Inning and neither side
had scored up till then; however, the
C. A. Cs managed to make one In
that Inning and then tho Kallhls hit Up
two, putting them In the lead. Tho
Chinese came along with one'ln the
seventh and eighth and led by 3 to 2.
But the Kallhls wero not to be, Rented
and In the -eighth knocked up '2 and
won the game 4 to 3. ,"
Both games were exciting enough
for un thing and the spectators werp
kept keyod up all tho time. A great
catch by Thompson In the left field
brought down the house. The murine
had to run a long way before ho could
get under tho ball and It seemed im
possible that he should make the
catch. Howocr, the youngest player
on the Marine nlno. was equal to tho
task, and, making a final effort, got
his hands on to tho sphere attd held It
Tho official scores arc as follows:
C. A. C.
Runs .. 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 03
B. 11 1 0 0 0 2 0 11 0 S
Runs 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 4
U. H 0 10 0 0 2 0 2 5
Two-base hits, SlngChong, Shepard;
sacrifice hit, Long; hit by pitcher,
Wood; left on bases, Kallhl 4, O. A. C.
3; bases on balls, off Apau 2; struck
out by Clark 14, Apau 8; passed balls,
Shcphard 2, Che Bui 2. Time of game,
1 hour 30 minutes. Umplro( Mcllenry.
scorer, n, jucuson. 1
J. A. C.
12 3 4 5 0 7 8 9
Runs 0 0 0 1 1 O'O 0 24
D. H 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 04
U. S. M. C.
12 3 4 5 0 7 8 9
Runs 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
b. if. 0 01100 ql 041
Two-base hit, Franco; left on bases,
J. A. C. 0, Marines 4; double play.
Slorp to Hayes; bases on balls, oft
Flores 1, off lllnes 2; struck out, by
'Flores 6, by lllnes 2, by aibadh 3; wild
pitches, Flores, lllnes, Gibson; passed
balls, Brlto 1, Papko 3; tunings
pitched, lllnes 5, Olbson 4; hits, off
Illneu 4, fllbnoii 0. Time of game, 1
hour 30 minutes. Umpire, Mcllenry.
Scorer, N. Juckson.
Aalas and Kewalos
Win Their Games
Two close games of ball, were
played ut Aula Park yesterday when
the Aulas defeated the Palatnas 4
to 2, and the Kewalos downed the
Shatters 3 to 2. A
It took' eleven Innings to decide
tho lakt named game, and the result
was In doubt right up to the finish.
The game was n splendidly contested
one and certainly one of the best
seen nt the popular park for 11 long
The Shatters made two In their
sixth and looked like winners up till
the ninth, when the Kewalos tied
the score. Then In the tenth neith
er side scored, but in the eleventh
tho Kewalos managed to nui'te one 1111 1
win the game.
The first game, between the Aulas
and Palamas, only went seven In
nings, as that arrangement hnd been
Insilfl tipfnrn ttia ntnrt nf tlm Tntilpli
It wns not a ery Interesting gnnie '
to watch, but tho second gnmu made
up for the shortcomings In that re
spect. One of the features of the
afternoon's srort was a splendid
catch by tloloun, who took a one
hand fly and then rolled over on
the ground still holding on to tho
The official score of the full gamo
between vtho Shaffers and the Kc
wulos Is as follows;.
Runs 000002000 0 02
II. 11.0 10 0 0 3 10 2 0 29
1234 5G789 10U
Runs 0U0Q00002 0 13
II, 11,1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 3 0 19
Two-base hits, Lllcs, Santen, Pla
da; struck our, by Llles 6, by Freltas
10; hit by pitched ball, A. Joseph;
passed ball; A. Joseph; double plaa,
Llles to Santen, Lenin to Santen.
Umpire, A. Williams. , Scorer, W.
Tin Chong. Time or garae.-UGC.
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OAHU JUNI0KR PLAY
BALI ON SUNDAY.
SPORT 18 PT Oahu Juniors play
Yesterday morning at the Athletic
Park two games were played, and tho
Asahls defeated tho C. A. C. Junior
by a score of S to 2, The P. A. C.s also
handed a package' to tho Mu Hoks to
the tune of 8 to 4.
The standing of the Oaliu Juniors Is
as follows: P. A.C.. .750; Asahl.'.SOO;
Mu Hock, .400; C. A. C. Juniors, .333.
The boys are Improving every day
and there will be no lack of good bull
pla) era In Ihu future, as the lads will
lie able to go up a step Into tho Oahu
senior clubj when the time comes.
The Ath'etlc Park certainly has
enough baseball now-adnys, when four
games are played every Sundny there.
f tt tt
P. W. Pet.
Kallhl J....G 4 .800
C. A. C .... 3 .600
J. A. C 0 3 .500
Marines 5 1 ,200
STANDING OF RIVERSIDE LEAGUE
C ' .857
Fort Shatters 8
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Simon J. Donovon of Boston, who
Is engaged In the construction of a
reservoir lor water supply near
Clenfuegos, Cuba, has with him In
hit work a six-cylinder Franklin
automobile, which he Is subjecting
uo the double test of high tempera
ture and constant service. That
this service Includes rating as woll
a ordinary driving is Indicated by
a statement from his chauffeur. D.
F. Donnelly. The course was thirty
miles and mountulnous.
. a mvvu itvi v nitll I Mil I tUI -t
thirty miles," says the, chauffeur,
my time ueing rorty-tliree and one
half minutes. Our car broke down;
another was beside mo all the way,
bui coming over the mountains I
Walked away from It on the last
hill, It was up and down hills and
around curves, but grand roads."
The car is n 1909 model of forty
two horse power, of which the driv
er further says: "I have coerod
ll,G00 miles since I came to Cuba.
I average 100 miles a day.'
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Change of program three timet a
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Children 5 cents
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