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QUARDS WHITEWASH ARTILLERY 12 TO 0 DIAMOND HEADS
EEAT KAMS 0 TO 3 BOD LESLIE IN FINE FORM MAKES
TWO HOME RUNS AND FLAYS GOOD OAME AT FIRST.
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League grounds on Satin day brilliant j fence nnd rotted uround tlio bnBcs
hilny nnd small attendance. for n home run. J. Fernandez mnde
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Kvcry Saturday It Is tlio same. work nrsi saic. winnc uu a two
Is done on the diamond that idioiild j bagger and Joe got to third. Harnrf
hnvo been witnessed by thousands or, ""crlllced Winrlo home, nnd on a
fans Instead of a few hundreds. ; wild throw Joe Kcrnnndcz also .phot
Chain and Belt Drivo.
Imiirovv. Re3idcr.ee Property.
Fonsr.:c'.a Street S3.SC0
College Hills 5,000
Pacific Heights 0,000
Artesian trset 1,250
K-nau Street 4,250
College Hills 0,000
She liei?"n.n house on Facific
Heights. Modem nnd in ucoJ con
dition. Only $30 tier month.
Complete Stock of
Single and Double Bedspreads,
Cotton and Woolen Blankets,
Sheets and Pillow Cases,
Comforters and Pillows
New patterns of FLANNELETTES, suitable for KI
MONOS or WRAPPERS.
ALL KINDS of BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS from $1.25 up.
sizes. 2ojsf Knee Fants from 25c per pair up.
T1I1I IIn ..., t.-na rMt ,,lnvlti( litil '
oil, iimui),",. mm ,". i.j...n. ."
l!ob Leslie was. Yea, puie, Hob was
there wllh the goods. Four times to
bat nnd four hits two of them homo
Hubert wns the dandy boy with tho
stick, nnd tho way he hoisted two of
Lota's delU itIcs nor tho fence and
onto tho roof of a house some distance
fiom tho grounds, was a treat to see.
It Is n shame to think that the public,
who used to fill tho grand stand and
bleachers In imst years, won't turn out
and see tho games that are at present.
being plajod at the League grounds.
Has tho national game died out
among the old-lime fans? It must hao
because nono of tho old brlgndo nnd
their ladles nre to be seen at the new
A new generation of fans has sprung
un nnd tluv n.Uvonlzo Sunday ball
.only. That Is nlrlght as far 'as It goes,
but where will we bo whenever n
; mainland Inpelnll nine' Journeys
' through Honolulu on route to Australia
.or the Hi- Kant
I They wjll !invi lo bo allowed to go
Ion their wflV. without playing n game
hero) It wyjiliV hardly do to match any
of .the Jmil'irv against them. Unless
I something rndlrnl Is dono "big" base
ball Is about "all -in"' hern. Wo liavo
'the men and they phy tho gnnio too.
but clubs cairiot bt 'run for nothing
nnd unless the public rescinds tbo
chances of seeing first class ball nro
However, un with tho rag ami on
with ii .description of Saturday's two
The first struggle betwcVm the Artll
ncioss tho plate. Hlce mndo first
und stole second. II. Chllllngworth
illpfl nt first. Thrnn runs.
Third Inning Mclntyro ImnteiM
nnd niado flrBt on baseman's error.
Naeolo flew to Davis and Mclntyro
was out between first nnd second.
Desha died nt fliBt. No runs.
Ed Fernandez walked. D.ivls flew
to Ilorrls. Eddie was out oft base,
nnd Snm Chllllngworth Hew to
light field. No runs.
Fourth Inning Murray made
first on safe hit. Hants ditto, but
Murray went out nt second. Lotn
died nt first and Murray went out
nt 'third good double piny, II. Cbll
ingwoith to Leslie to thlid base
man. No runs.
Lesllo lifted the hall to fence, but
only got to flist. J. Fernandez two
bagger, und Leslie advanced to
sacrificed Win lie home, and on a
Lcsllo was out at third by a bril
liant stop and throw by Lota. Hums
nut nt first. J. Fernandez stole
third. Illce died at first. No runs.
Fifth Inning Audit flew to
Endle. Mcllknn hit by pitcher took
base. Sunny, Jim flew to Davis.
Mclntyie died lit first. No runs.
II. Chllllngworth flow to center
field. Kaillo went out on the fly to
Sunny Jim. Davis slugged n hut
lery and the N. O. II. teams was a poor ono past pitcher nnd made first safe.
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Kins and Bethel St.
IRON BEDS '
Furniture Co, Ltd.
1 love my wife ana
her home cooKintf, but,
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
HEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
Wc want to sec all our old cus
tomers come back.
and make the laundress glad
Sold by Grocers
C. Q. YEE HOr & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
Steam Roller and Traction Engine
With our new combination engine we are prepared to undertake
rolling:, plowing and heavy hauling, See us for rates.
Honolulu. Construction & Braying Co.,
0fficcFortSt. Opp. W. Q. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
Harry's Henit's flni'v wh't,,"hert
the other bunch 12 (o 0. The linger
boys wero outclassed completely. They
and tho Fort Shatters would be a good
The OinHs scored ono run In each
Inning un till tho fifth, when the air
ship took flight wllb nil the Artillery
aboard nnd no less than bIx runs wero
scored by the N, O. H.
The Hrrv bunch added two moro
In the eighth nnd tho show wns over.
Tho Hugcr Hovers got a man to third
twico during the gamo and that's nil
I here was to It.
The second game which was alright.
Is described by Innings below. When
tl'o Knms mi'lo three n th slvlh lh
faithful few fnns Mrlv felt fine and
the rooting rocked tho empty grand-st-Mid.
The H'wnllnn b"""' "'ti on !-n t nd
fnptnln Defcep did bis best to llen
Ihlng" mi bul oh well r something
tb"i rhvnos wllb It.
Tomorinw tho Wmnnnd Hm1s vl
p") un again"! t'" ft. Iiii's tln nm' i
flue irxi'o rliniil'l rern't. Itoll lit) vnur
old timers and give Iho boys n helping
'r Offlclnl Scorer Andrews could
not gel nut In tlnin owing to n cao
l' b'i n" n llm convts. IMwnver en-
Intiipr tirbbd the lob of keening tnb
on Hip hits 'eie. pud his figures aru
given bln- for bo(i gnnir"'
ninniond Ho'ds Illen if (I); Hen
rv rhllllli vo-Ml ss. M)- R.I Mi) t.-,,,.
""'i"n If: I'lmney Davis, 2b: Sam
riill'lngwnrtb 3b: Hob t.ele lb (2):
,liwi Fernnnde cf (1); ,t Wlnnn e.
H)1 ,00m Paul Hums p. Kanis Mur
mv ib! Harris ?b "I: l,"'t p Are'i
r MIIIV-V rt Knllniiihu ,1b' 'fp
Intvro If- Nneolo, ss (1); David Do-,
b rf (U,
V n jitip vf. nob Chilli"-;.
'n-, rf rn-v riilH'igvnrt1i m (2);
I'nt'on rf- folinnv lllms 2b an-i n ,
iv. f.Ti Hnlll'l ;oi IZ): Hnirx p ni;
Ki'- ir (21: Townsend, lb (2): Lotn,
n M) Artillery Oliver, rf; Dcoriro.
I: ninighertv i; Dnly ef: rtpmnin If;
I ong Rn- Slirovo 2b; Collier, lbj ail
tilri r; ttoiitr Sb,
Tim Ktun-Dlnmond Head gnme
went, by Innings, as follows:
I'llBt .Inning Munay died at
first. Han Is Hew to J. Fcrnnndez.
Lota fulled to maKe flrst.
Illco expired nt flrst. Henry
Chllllngworth mndo flrst safe on
h ien:iiu's error. Kd, Fernandez hit
n "vo-biifgiir and Honrv enmo homo.
IV'vIs up to bat, but Kddlo out steal
lug third. Ono i un,
Second Inning Alicia out nt
O'-t. MellUnn ditto. 2 Kiillmaphu
fiinnv If tit tluew to J. Fernan
dez. No urns.
Sam ChlllliiHworlli flow to catcb-
In' French and Irish Linen
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Ii. AllOy, Nmianu, below Hotel
IUST RECEIVED, a large shipment on
J the Mameda ef " WOOLEN and
COTTON BLANKETS, Single and Double
SPREADS. Ail sizes of SIIZETS and
Sam Chllllngworth lilt two bagger
nnd Davis wns out nt homo plate.
Sixth Inning Nneole safe nt
fli st. Desha to first und then bcc
und by wild throw. Nucole to
thfid. Murray died nt flint. Har
ris got to llret safe and then to esc'
ond nnd third on wild throw, and
Nneolo got home. Lotn hit a two
bagger and Harris scored. Apela
died at II rat and Lota got to third
and then home. Sunny Jim flew to
pitcher. Tin co inns.
Leslie hit another one to tile
fence nnd got to flrst snfe. J. Fer
nandcz mnde first and Leslie got to
second. Wlnre fanned. Uurns flew
to left field. No runs.
Seventh Inning Sunny Jim died
nt flrst. Mclntyre fanned. Nacole
flow to IS, Fcrnnndez. No runs.
Illce niudo first nnd stole second
nnd third. H. Chllllngworth sucil
llced nnd Rice got home. Kndlo hit
by pitcher took base nnd then w.is
cut off hla bnso. Davis fannel. Ono
Klghth Inning Murray fanned.
Sunny Jim died nt first, pitcher to
biisemiiii, Hurrls flew to J. Fcrnnn
dez. No runs.
Sam Chllllngworth flow to Sunny
Jim. I.ebllo put nnother one over
the fence homo i un. J. Fernandez
walked. Wlnio llo wtn Sunny Jim.
Hums flew to right field. Ono run.
Ninth Inning Lota ' funned.
Aprda fanned. Mcllknn ditto. No
BIO LEAGUE BASEBALL.
This afternoon", nt tho League
grounds, tbo Diamond Hcud baseball
nlnt) will play tho St. I-ouIh team, und
n flno gamo should oventunto. There
Is much rivalry hotween thu teams.
and thu Jewels consider thoy can put
II nil over the Saints. Tho latter nine,
However, inieim iietcating tnu lleiuis
for ono, nnd tho result will bo a find
exhibition of ball.
Tho Kams nnd Punnboiis will nlso
tiy conclusions, nnd they will play tho
flrst gamo. which begins nt 1:30, Tbo
band will be In ntteiulanco und n big
crowd of fans Is expected to luin out.
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TEAPL WINS SMALL
They Have Feet
When school boys wear C. H. Alden's shoes for boys. Made
on proper fitting lasts suitable for growing feet. Style,
strength and fit are given every consideration in these
shoes, and they are of the same grade as our Regal Shoes
for grown-ups. We handle them exclusively. Full line of(
sizes at $3 and $3.50.
Boys, don't forget to bring yoar worn out shoes here
to be repaired.
Regal Shoe Store
McCandles's Blag. Cor. King and Bethel.
NEW ARRIVALS EX "LURLINE"
PRICES LOWEST-IN THE CITY.
Dining chairs in sets, parlor rockers, rope portieres,
lace curtains, bureaus, dining tables, sideboards, etc.
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
' Showrooms Corner King and Alakea. '
flvo stnrters an 1 tho Pearl, which wiih sen of Kuhiiku. Tho crowd wero
on scratch, had to glvo away us much worked up over It and gieat wns lliu
as au inlniites to nil me oiner uoais. um joy whuh mivu ..'.iBBi'mmurn
Tho winner covered tho courso 111 won out. Tho day was n perfect ono
47 minutes, und tho test of Iho bunch for tennis, nnd tho airangemenlH for
wero a long way behind at tho finish, tho comfort of tho visitors excellent.
Tho following boats started In tlio. ' tt tJ
race: Irmgard (Max Hole), Knm Jr. '
(Fiiday), Florcnco (C. Crozlor), Iron - MOTOR CAR JOTTINGS.
(Hob Hendiy). It was an Interesting ,......,,...
ruco nnd all tho rowing and sailing
men were down on tho docks to wntcli The, von Hnmm-Yoiing Co. dcllv
It... I ' ercd n CndUlac, ns per order, to Miss
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EWA DEFEATS KAHUKU I
Drelcr on Satuulay, nnd Mr. Hndgo
will, this nftciunon Initiate tho
young lady Into the mybterics of
nuto driving. N
Messrs, voji Hamiu-Youiig nnd
Airhlo Young hnvo taken n day olT
anil nro making a tound trip of tho
Islands In u steam car.
L. Hough sailed his boat, tho Poail.
to lcloiy yoMerdny lit Iho small yacht
racu Inside tho haibor, Thero wero
Ewn played a mulch against Kuhiiku
jestcrday on the Kwn courts, mid ufler
a closo and oxcltlng ganui Iho Kwn
tonin won by a margin of Ugames over
mo men u oiu iiiriner oui.
The match was attended by n big
crowd of enthusiastic barrackers for
tho respectlyo toums, and tbo uxclto.
nient ran high nt times.
Tho match of tbo day was Hint bo
twetju Manager Ronton and bis sou,
mid Messrs. Adams and Christopher-
Formerly cutter for II. P. Roth, is
now in charge of L. B. KERR &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.. enjoying dips mound tho city,
'tioublu" car which ncroni
tha Congiesslonal party
tho islands had no hard .
woil; to do, oxieptlng u little tlio
lopalilng; the rccnid wns a lemnik
iiblu ono and bhows how goods curs
niu now-ii-days, '
Aichltcct Kerr lecelved his Cad
illac f i oiu thu ou Hamni-Youiig
peoplo on Saluidny nnd Is nlirndy'
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