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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, SEPT. 7, 1009.
Use RED SEAL CARBON-It is the Best
SOLD ONLY BY THE OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Arrived by "Hilpnian"
A Large Consignment of the
Chain and Belt Drive.
Ltal aad Natioaal
PUHAS SHIS1! KAPS- 8 T0 1ST- L0UIS WHITEWASH DIA.
BSS?ffiki Sfeff H0L1DAY CR0WD EN,0YS 1W0
Ami, alter many .lays, It came to other man home after Iho first Inning,
pass that a real live bunch of fans land the game ended 6 to I In favor of
' .!... 11 t
ton; sacrlllco lilts, Mlllkaa, McKenzlc,
McCall, McCorrlston, Onlenstcln; stol
en botes, Arcla 2, McKenzlu 2. Murray,
Harris; struck out, by Onlenstcln 11,
by Mlllkua C: lumen on ball, nrr Dr.
deniteln 1, on Mlllkaa 4; hit by pitch
er, Mcuormton: passed ball, Aiwla. i
DIAMOND III:aD3. Ijn. A. wilder ....S3 f.2 106
. I2345C789 leu i.-.i ....... ... m m ,,,..
S. O, Wilder S2
J. O, Young 49
II. Walker 45
.las. P. Pennlck ...57
J. C. Evans 48
i:. M. Campbell ...48
A. P. Ewart 63
journeyed out to the League ground
and make the welkin ring
as to the meaning of welkin
where In the dim past the
vas Impressed upon this scribes bialn ! ?'"1' on ,,h ,,a.
i... I Diamond Head
I tWl- .
search mo I second name was n treat to
but some- wn,c" nni1 tllc ul of ball put up was
expression '' e BalI"H maae no errors
Ibo's blaln'''",,' on ,he ,,ay wt're bet,cr tha" tl,c
Improved Residence Property. I
Pensncola Street $3,500 '
College Hills 5,500 1
Pacifio Heights 0,000
Artpe'nn Sti-tat 1 oka
jhiimu aticci i , , 2,3Jl
College Hills 3,000
Six bed-room house on Pacific
Heights. Modern and in trood con-1
dition. Only $30 per month,
Bishop Trust Co.,
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.
All sizes. Boys' Knee Pants from 25c per pair up.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel Sti.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
I love my wife and
her home cooking, but,
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.
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
and make the laundress glad;
Sold by Grocers
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 & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St. 0pp. W. O. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
And It was good to see t ic crowded .
cars roll up to the old lull i rounds and
ns one approached the gr ndstoud to
hear tho old familiar ye In and tho
stamping of many feet.
Am) how did tho bos m the dia
mond respond to the rootl ik. Well,
should smile! Tho crowded grand
itund put glngci Into thottwo games
and every good bit of play was ap
plauded to tho echo.
And ye nnother "and" when the
Saints scoie.l their first run- agalnm
the ledoubtablo Jewels, how the faw
did go up ill the air! Why they yelled
tLetiuehes lionise unci hais and conth
vi tut up In tho air like bees.
Uui, yes tho "amis" aiu pau -the
joy nt the first run was as nothing
lompnied with that when the Saints
piled up two Iti tho elghtb'and'clnchcd
The pitching of Williams and the
catching of Soares accounts for tho vie
tory of tho Saints. If ever a boy
pitched good ball. Williams did It yes
terday. Ills control was well nigh
perfect and his speed Was too great
for Rnmii lit Hid linnt linti...... f.. llnn
Williams used a peach of a drop
ball at times which puizled tho bn lu
men a lot. Time after time a man
would como up to bat and Williams
would send down a ball that most of
them would think too low for n trlk
but llert Ilowers would soon settle the
urgument by culling a strike.
Loitlo Soares played dike the good
catcher he is, and It reminded ono of
the games against Mike Plsher's team
111 HIW (hit lirlltlnnt lltfln i-.lfllin. I..
' hind the butsmun.
Por the Jewels, Leslie did fairly good
work with tho ball, but at times ho
was a bit loose. Wlnno was not as
good us Soares, yet ho and Lesllo held
tho Saints down for six InulngB from
first to eight, without a run being
Cleorge Uruns was Injured In the fifth
lunlng an I an old veteran, Pat Olcaxon,
took his place at first. Tho old timer
did very well, too, and showed that
tho baseball spark was still going
A funny Incident occurred In tho
Knm-Pun game. McCorrlston dashed
off third for homo and then got stuck
between the baso and home.
About six Kauu chased the big fel
low back and forward, all the time
getting closer to him. Just as things
looked all up for llob, he feinted to run
back to third and then threw his body
In towards tho home plate and slid
The piny brought down the house,
and tho woe-begeno looks of ,tlie Kanis
wero very comical. There were many"
exciting moments In the two games
and sonio brilliant play at times. Edc
die Pernandoi, Wlnno and Davis did a
cplendld double play In tha fifth that
was as good as has been teen on a ball
Harney Jay made his re-appearance
In a ball game and ho 'played at right
neld ror tho Saints,
In tho Pun-Kam camo thn Knm.
scored In their first, McKenrlo getting'
home on a two-bagger that Andrews
hit. Then tho Puns nulled themnniva
together, and piled up three -runB In
tho second. They nearly irnf fnnr .
Ordenstelu only died at tho homo
Plato. 1)1 II llaninton hit n twin ..
und Wlthlngtou, Butler and Arcla came
Thon there was nothing doing in the
way of runs up till the eighth, when
the Puns knocked up three more runs
through tho agency of Hoogs, Bob Chll
llngworth and McCorrlston.
Tho Kams were unable to get an-
Mr. SWAHN H
Formerly cutter for H. P. Both, it
now in charge of L. B. KERR A
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT, '
St. Louis scored In their first. Oconto
Uruns doing tho trick. Then both sides
mudo nothing up till the eighth when
Harry Uruns and En Sue 'both got
The defeat of tho Diamond Heads
was unexpected but there Is no doubt
that on yesterday's form, the best team
won. A return match would bo a big
(rawing cant and It Is to bo hoped
that we will see ono soon.
Bert Bowers umpired both iuu.
ind Lorrln Andrews was on the spot! an exciting ono and tho hie crowd nf
-is scorer. Big ball got a good start spectator wero kent on tho mil ivo
vestcrday, and may the- crowd, now all tho time about the outcome of the
mm mey snow wnat Kind or ba 11 iho con est.
boys are playing patronize tho games The official scores of tho
in good sty'o and keen tin. milHt nf toiniiuniniit nr. na rnit..u.u.
Huns o o U 0 0 o o o oo
nuns 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3
Sacrifice hit. En Sue: stolen bases.
En Sue 2, (1. Uruns, II. Brims; double
plays, 15. Pcrnandcz to Wlnno to Datls,
1'reltas to O. Uruns; ttruck out, by
Williams 10, by Lesllo 6; bases on
balls, off WlllnnH 1; hit by pitched
ball, Joy; wild pitch, Leslie.
Country Cub Coif;
Simpson Wins Medal
Up at the Country Club yeMerduy
William Simpson, with a hiindlcnu of
C, made tho lowest net scoro mid won
me Medal play, (llll, who had the best
gross score, did remarkably well an. I
as his scoro was 35 from kcrntcli, he
was only three strokes behind the win
ner. B. Munroo with a handlcnn of 16.
took second prlzo. and A. B Jordan.
with tho samo handicap, was fourth.
Tho day was Ideal for golf, and u blc
crowd of players turned out In the
early morning and Btaed with It all
ilay, Tho links were In excellent nni.
ei and the recent showers have fresh
ened up things n lot .
Besides the Medal play, the third
ruuuu oi mo Aicincrnyl cun wn
II. C. Carter 68 60 Ids
M. A, Koblnron ...64 67 111
E. J. Waterman ..52 C2 114
It. A. Jordan 68 69 117
W. Boles fit B3 127
It. 11. Booth 68 fil llll
J. D. Dougherty ..72 fil 133
E. L. Ilu'.chliisou. Unfinished
H. I lea nl more l'nniill,i.,l
MOTOR CAR JOTTINGS.
Dr. Wong Leoug's Cadillac wns
dellveicd by th0 von Ilttmm-Yoting
gnrngo jerterdny. It nrrled on tho
Alameda and is n fine looking tmi
rhlnc of the dcml-tonneau class.
Mr. Kerr Is making good tisn of
his Cadillac, nnd us soon ns It came
to hand took u mil over the Pall to
Wnliunnnlii to In lug his family back
Coney's gnrngo handled the Con
gressmen in Hue Myle whilst tin
party wns In K:unl, and during the
whole trip there was not n break
down ot nny dencrlptlon. .Other
iiulo owners also loaned their mn.
vuiiu ui mn .iicinernyi cup wa: ""'" uwucrs uiso loaned ineir mn
l.layod off, nnd James Wilder was ib- ''bines and the run around the const
fcated by E. Monroe. The match wns h1'""1 SVTi mccessful.
un avnlllim ,. .. il. t.i .
The official scores nre as follows:
12346 ' 789
Huns 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 fi
Buns 1 0 0 0 0 0 00 01
Two-base hits, Hampton, McCorrls
3 2 S a
Win. Slmpron ....46 42 88
K, Munroo 4C S3 99
T, Oil) ,s 43 42 85
A.. B, -Jordan ,,..,49 62 101
One of llm latest of the Kipulnr
priced r.us to be pl.in-d on the ni.il
Ket Is tin. tweiitj.huisepower Ilud-
I HCjII tlllllllllltf U'llll li Is t.m...f..l.....l
III Detroit. .1 I. Iln. Iron mi,, nf 1 1, .
n'bett known men lniiils of Detroit, Is
tne pieslilt-ut or the lludvon Com
pnny, and will mm ket scveuil thou
nnd of these cars during the com
ing season. The first of the now
inrs h.is Just been rcceUed by tho
84J I Iii'i" . Autumoblle Company, San
85t PraiH'Isio ngenls for Uiq lludKon
81! .muchlucs. .
What the whole world is saying
Last year the Royal Automobile
Club of London- England, said to
the whole .world, of this wonderful
"This is the most perfectly stand
ardized car that has ever been
Of the thousands of Cadillac
"Thirtet," being built thi season
the great majority have already been
delivered into the hands of the
Thousands of them have been in
use in all. parts of America for
They have traveled thousands of
miles, magnificently meeting every
condition that city streets, moun
tain roads, country highways and
precipitous hills could provide.
To the verdict pronounced in Lon
don when, the Bewar Trophy was
awarded, not a dissenting voice has
The approval of the greatest en
gineers has been just as enthusiastic
at the praise, of the man who never
before owned or operated a motor
( Four Cylinder
30 Horse Power
F. 0. B. Factory,
Including three Oil
Lamps and Horn.fl
If you could consult the most
eminent expert in the country and
ask him to examine every detail of
Cadillac "Thirty" construction, he
would say to you precisely what the
Royal Automobile Club said:
"This is the most perfectly stand
ardized car that has ever been
He would tell you that every es
sentially accurate part in the Cadil
lac "Thirty" fitted with everv other
imnortant part to less than the fine.
ness of a hair's breadth.
He would say to you: "You can
not better the quality of this con
struction or the fineness of the steels
and other materials, in any car at
He would tell you that the Cadil
lac "Thirty" is as free from friction
as any car ca nbe made with the
most perfect equipment in the world.
He would tell you that its capac
ity for "standing up" and doing bus
iness continuously cannot be im
proved upon at any price.
And all that he would tell you
any and every Cadillac "Thirty"
owner in the country will tell you if
you ask them.
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd., agents
cnjnawBtH 'htkrtt iipi.tea4.st. aiW,- 'a k.iiir. tain..