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EVENINO BULLETIN,. HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, SEPT. 20, 1909.
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Ll aad Natiomal
ilNE, SNAPPY GAME IS PLAYED AT LEAGUE GROUNDS KAMS
DEFEAT U. 8 S. CALIFORNIA 0 TO 6 AND ST. LOUIS NINE
MAKES THREE TO GUESTS' ONE.
A Large Consignment of the
Chain and Belt Drive.
Call and See Them
As gbon as the' Regatta wag pau vis: struck out. tav William. htf
j on Saturday,' a big crowd drifted out 'Leslie C bases on balls; off" Wll
Uo the Lcngue Orounda to seo the ams 3, off Leslie 2; wild .plthes,
1, Leslie 4; passed "ball.
Saints and Diamond Heads at work.
And a fine game It was, too; thero
was no scoring till the fifth Inning,
when the Saints 'made one run
through the agency of Prcltas,- who
was brought home by Markhatn.
Then the Col lego boys picked up
two In their sixth, and It sappercd
this way: Ilushnell got to first safe,
and made second on a passed ball.
Jlmmle Williams (lew to Hcny Cbll
llngworth, and then Harry Uruns got
to second owing to Leslie getting
flurried' nnd throwing to wrong man
Ilushnell advanced to third.
a a a
Good Gmes At , I
At ,Aala Park yesterday there
wore two good games of ball, and alt
the usual bunch of fans turned out
to watch them. In the 'first game
the Kewalos .defeated the 'Palamaa
by a score, of 4 to 1," after a snappy
gamo. The second game was be-
Whitney & Marsh,
Johnnie Williams came up to bat I f u,"' .. ln ana game was be-
iwlng to a gen-I tno Aa"" na .a combination'
itivji Lrvvpiv ar
prone to put off makinf
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A new ihipment of
Chinese SilR and Grass Linen
Embroidered Goods -
Furniture Co., Ltd.
O00D MEALS FOR 23 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK,
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to tee all oar old cus
tomers come 'jack. '
Open a Savin? Account. Interest
Four and One-half Per Cent.
BANK OF HAWAII. LTD.
Capital and Surplus $1,000,000.00.
Just arrived from China in suit patterns and shirt
Table Covers and Doilies
In all sizes.
New heavy and light pongee silks and mis linens.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
i jung ana Jietnei ou.
Defy fire and cracksmen with
Small, medium and large
and got to second owing to a gen
oral mix up during which Ilushnell
was out between third and home. In
the mcantlmo Harry Itruns got to
third. Prcltas made first safe and
Uruns got Homo, whilst Johhnlo Wil
liams sprinted to third. Markham,
to bat and Williams homo on passed
bull, Markhnm dying at first. Two
runs nnd tho crowd went up In the
air with delight.
The Jewell came up to bat regu
larly and always went out tho samo
way 1, 2. 3 until 'to second hair
ot tho eighth when nice, got a free
pass, arid then "Koads" Chilling-
worth. hit a peach ot a' three bagger
and nice, 'romped home.
Henry, Chllllngworth made third
safe and then .overran to bag and
was nut out.' It wns very unfortun
ate as ther'e'were ho men down, and
nice; had ulready scored.
Considering tHat' Eddie Pernnndex,
bavis and' tiuntner were the next
men Up, the' Jewels would have
stood a, good chance ot Increasing
their score. It ''ttlado" had been more
Hoyexj'no'lurUicr score was
made' by .either',, side and the game
ended in favor eft St, Louis by a score
of 3 t6 K'1
Tho fcaturo of tho play was the
good work ot, "Kiado" Chllllngworth
at short slop; he stopped some red
hot ones, and the bno handed piny
that part George Uruns out on sec
ond was a treat to see.
Markham also niado a fine running
catch when he disposed of Davis In
the right field.
It was an Interesting game right
through, and the rooters got In some
fine work. Tho remaining two games
between tho IX JIs. nnd. tho Saints
should draw big crowds of funs.
Tho first gamo was .scheduled to
start ut;i:j3 o'clock, and was sup
loscd to' be betweon the Kama and
U. 8. S. California.
Tho latter team did not show up
till very late, and In the meantlmo
tho Fort 'Stmfter boys got going with
When the California nine losted tin
the Shafter-Kum game was called,
I and tho schedule match started. It
i was u nlty tho California boya were
I late, but' their rahln Is anchored out
side' Uio harbor and they could not
get to the, grounds on time.
However tne Kums made tnreo in
their first; .two ,ln both third and
fourth, and still two more In tho
sixth. Nino to nil "was the scoro un
til tho second half ot tho last Inlpgs
only seven were played. The Cali
fornia dldvthlhgH with a vengeance
then, and knocked -up no less than
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
Freight from the wharves and do all
kinds of heavy dravine. For un
usually neavy naming we nave a
traction engine -which may be en:
gaired at any time.
Be sure to get our prices.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St. Opp. W, O. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
and knocked -up no less'
nine from the Maryland and South
Tho former team won by a scoro
of G to 5, and tho result was In
doubt up till the ond Of the1 game.
The ship nine made1 Ave In their
socond Inning, but' could not 'add to
tho scoro right through the balance
of tho gnme. ' l
The local tcani'made two. run In
heir third; and then In 'the' eighth
:ame with 'a tush' and scored no lesa
than four. Henry Chllllngworth'
ylnycd n good' gamo ,'a't 'ifibrt stop
nd second base, Vpd 'was' Responsi
ble for Jho Aolaa Winning. Irio match.
' Rfc ,..; :
Field Dav Fq
' the Sirylce,
Things' are niovjng-as' regards n
Field Day for the different branches, of
tho Service, and 'Mrbraharh of the
Service weekly baa been in communi
cation with iho1 offlctira of the Army
and Navy,' and 'has-been assured that
they .will do all In their power to mako
tho meet a success! '!' J'""'
Tho idea Is ari'cxcellorit oilo, and
a fino program of sports could be ar
ranged that would" surely 'attract a
huge crowd of people. Running and
walking races, would 'be on tap, and
high, long and hop-'step-and-Jumps
would be on the' program. iSbot-put-
ting, pole vaulting,., tltreo-lcggcd and
rolato races, would keep tho crowd
amused, and a high 'class obstacle raco
would bring dowd tho "house."
It Is sure' to be a great, day's sport
end will become' an annual affair that
will easily take 'first place in the ath
letic lino In theso, Islands.
it n it
At Athletic Park
On Saturday at tho Athletic Parkj
tho Tennessee baseball nine defeat
ed tho Chinese Athtotlc, (Association
by a scoro of 3 to 2 after a ten In
nings game, It was a good game,
and tho excitement ran high all tho,
time. The fans rooted for tho home
team, and tho Jackles were, not,
backward In their .efforts i either, v'
Sncgnr, tho ship' pitcher, did real-,
good work, and in the Becond Inning
saved the day -by fanning1 three men
wncn , mere. was a,. man, on inira ana
nono Kone. j ' ' v.
Th'oro was a second "game between
tho J, A., C.s and tho South"Dako
ta, and the former (earn whitewash
ed tho sailors' to the .tune ot 4 to 0.'
We have just unpacked quite an assort
IRISH POPLIN, a handsome mercer
ized fabric in solid colors, 28 in.
wide, - - 3:5C yd
FRENCH LINEN,' soft finished, all
. pure linen, in all desirable shades,
) 4.7 in. wide, - $1 yd
EMBROIDERED PIQUES, a French
material, white ground with small
colored designs j very pretty for
children's coats, etc.
PURE' LI'NRlSTo DUCK, in natural
, color, '36 in. wide, 75C yd
FLoiyERED ORGANDY, quite
sheety white ground with floral
designsand s silk J stripe, ,27 -in.
wioV .r o -i:.y-. 25C
Also many other styles dt fancy goods,
. arid a full line of
Ewa Tennis Club
VTT . ti !j' T7i- 'ins to Jolly, Phelps to McGinn
,WCSC VUglUl YVUIS 'hy jiltoher, Snyder; Btruck out, by
fl. . ,n.-Vnr.ntnrt nlca 4t by Sjhueffer 9; bases on
naiTIplOnSniP balls, o ttnlce If off Schaqffor 2:
.. i balls, 'off Rice 1, off Bchacffcr 2;
Yesterday at the League Grounds umpfei jO'Neil. Scorer, 11. E. Mo
the fleet championship baseball gamo ,, Tule ma,
was played, and the West Virginia ' '
nine, which has gono down a coupio
bf times In defeat lately, beAt tho
.Washington! by a score. ot 6 to 1.
i It was a grand game, '.and a big
(1UI1UU VI BNIIUia RVISUWIU " 1
grounds; the ships' bands played all ROUND 1.
the time, and the rootera of the two .,.,. ,. , ,,, Mniii.r nnd
ships were at their best. . m.vidon.'.'4.' CU.
The scene was one that will not n hmi Q p Uel.
easily be forgotten by those fortu- . . .. ai..i.i. n. .i
,hate enough to bo present, and the ' m,.,.. ,)C; Vn.
Jacke. certainly snowed ne .ocai M unU, 0ouvea, 3-6, (M, 7-C.
people a few wrinkles In the rooting. , '
lino. Right from the start It was , V0"?;" -
seen that tho W. V.s were going to I O. P, Ronton 8r. and Guild beat
pdt up a very different brand of Douglas and Aiding, C-4, 6-3.
ball to that which thoy did last Uonto nnd Collins boat Kklund
urnmt run nnnnTi..
-.m T-'t i
All tho garages have been doing a
rushing trade, for the. past week and.
thn mnnnfroVa urn nil tinfiflv Xhn'UfillJ
tch was ors did a lot of runnlps about, In ma
Diamond chines, and, several round the j Island
. Tiinjanis.wor.elfck in their play, jpiorca pitched, agreat game for ith'e
nnd It' would have given them a J. A. C.s n'nV struck 'out no less
shock If -tho Bailors had scored a few. than flftcon of the Jacklsi..
Illhrn rutin unrl tlod Ihn Rrnrn I M t tf . '
.,A1. Castle umpired the big gamo,
nnd did good wprk, although pneo
or twice thero was room to doubt
his decisions. The big crowed stayed
wltirttie game'-to the finish, and the
general talk 'after tho match
about' the possibilities of
Heads being. able to defeat tho Saints
at their next time, ot meeting.
The' Official' score 'was ns follows:
" ' ST.' LOUIS.
J. L' 3 .4 f, 0 7 B 9
It ii n V 0 0 01 2 0 0 03
IMAMONO IIIIAl). t
i- 1 2' 3 4 5 0 7 8 9
lltllis ..... .00000001 01
Thrpe-bnua hit, Vreltas; sacrillce
hit", l.tvlle, II. Ilruim; stolen haws,
lliiHtinpll, II, IIiiiiih; double plnyx,
trlim were made.
Aiito No. 2S8 met "With a' peculiar ac
cident yesterday mpfnlng out 'on King
street nt, the Chinese, gn'rdens. Tlio
machine. In making a sharp turn, Bkbl
rtt'il 011 lliu wet car line and, turning
right mound, plunged backwards
throinh the fencs. The.hlnd wheels
were through the fence and the front
ouch remained on the curb. No dam-
ni;c, to pprak of, was dnnn bill It was
Markham to 0, Uruns, l.esllo to Dn-Jn narrow wrapo from n bad ncrlilonl.
W . fa
woek, and, although English, their
best pitcher, was unable to play,
Schaelter "8nakes", . toiso up
a fine brand of curves that "kept ;tho
Washington boys guessing. .
Monroe, who caught'for Schaeffer,
did excellent work, and ho used his
head a lot. Rice and Harris, tho
Washington battery, did not play i
to form, and the W. V.s,had not
much trouble with the 'attacking
Tho Washington team lead oft
with one runjln their first,- and
then tho rooting, was fierce and tho
band began to do stunts. The West'
Virginians did nothing till their
third Inning, whoti thoy made no
less than three runs. Then In tho
sixth and seventh they added ono
more, and wound .up by making ono
more In the '.ninth, 'ahd won by a
score of (j to 1 ' '
"The official score was as follows:
t , . WEST VIRGINIA.
12 3 "4 "S'S 7 8 9
Runs 00300 '11 0 1 C
llase hlts.,1 0 3 0 0 3 10 210
Runs lv0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--1
Ilaso hits ..10100000 13
Two-base hits, Monroe, Schaeffer,
Iteed, Hoc ha; sncrlflre hits, McGinn,
Reed, Snyder, SchaefTer, Mnler 2,
llloylnx, Danlolx; doublo pluys, Illov-
and Groto, 5-7, 6-0, 6-3.
Passoth and McEachcrn beat Mc
Keovor ami Greonflold, 6-4, C-4,
' McLean and Nolan beat' Silver
nnd Lnrsen,'7.8,'6-0, C-2.
( ROUND 3.
Den to nnd Collins beat Rciitnu
and Oulld, 6-3, 9-7.
jMci.can and Nolan brat Pausolh
and McEachcrn, C-3, C-3.
Ilcnto and Collins beat McLean
and Nolan, 6-0, C-l, 1-C, t-C, C-3.
8 8 U
t 9n Saturday night at tho I'rluresH
skating rink tho mllo raco wuh won
hy Mead of the U.S.S. Maryland, who
defeated Garnctt, of tho Marluu Corps.
by a quarter, of a lap. W. Heller of
the Washington, was third in thu raco
but was Oyerlapped. 1
Tho Marathon raco between Tsuku
'moto and Nigel Jackson has been fixed
up. and .oniPptober 3 tho raco will
probably take placo, Doth men 11 m
In active training and a great raco la
sure to eventuate.
The tennis tournament for Fleet of
ficers, which Is to be played on thu
Horelanla courts, Is attracting ii lot
of attention and- It will ntarl on Sep
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