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""f VUNtNO BOLLBTIN, HONOLULU, -Ti H., MONDAY, JAN. 31, 1910.
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BARRY'S BEAUTS PROVE TOO STRONG" FOR HALF-WETS GAME
ENDS 8 TO 1 IN FAVOR OF
It; was quite a (rent to mo a base
ball game onco mure, anil the crowd
which rolled up at the league
grounds jesterdny to see the N. 0.
II. defeat the U. 8. Marines by a
score of 8 to 1 was out to enjoy It
self, and It certainly did.
Although In the morning the
weather looked threatening, the aft
ernoon was perfect, and the rain held
off till after dark.
llaseball Is popular In Honolulu,
and there were many of the fans
from the Athletic Park, to be seen
around the grandstand and bleach
ers. Captain. Merger and his merry
bandsmen' were present, and the
music which was plajed was much
appreciated by the spectators of the
ball game. I-orrln Andrew offici
ated as scorer, and he kept close tab
on the. points of the game.
Sergeant Harry was a busy man,
and he wore a smile of the everlast
ing brand. A large number of Ma
rines and Jucklea from the battle
ships were seated In the grandstand,
and their Joshing of one or two of
the half-wet team was Immense at
The game, which was started right
on the stroke of 3 o'clock, was sud
den from the first ball pitched. No
less than four runs were scored by
the Guards In their first Inning, and
the men to got home were Hushnell.
Henry Chllllngworth, Lemon and
Gibson was pitching for the Ma
rines, and he did not seem able to
get his arm into proper shape. Old,
reliable Anderson was catching, and
he was, of course, good, Ills broken
finger, looks a" trifle better, although
it s not as straight. as It might be.
The Marines, In their first, went
out one, two, three, and things
began to look bad for them.
There was no further scoring till
the first halt of the fourth, when,
strange tusay, the Guards again
compiled four runs. Hushnell, with
Soares and tin Sue on bases, hit a
two-bagger and Soares came home.
Then Chllllngworth got to second on
a high hit which should have, been
caught by cither first or Hecond base
man, but tho ball waB allowed to
drop between tho two men, and En
Sue dashed over the homo plate.
Hushnell adtanced to third, and then
got home on a passed ball. I.emon
bunted and got to first safe, and
'Klddo" Chllllngworth scored.
In their half of the fourth ta
ring, the Marines made the only run
scored by them during the game.
Slorp did the scoring when two lives
had buen lost.
Then for Inning after Inning, no
one got home, and although the
iuarda looked like scoring once or
twice, tho game, ended 8 to 1,
Williams and Soares formed tho
battery for the Guards, and they
both did good work. Williams hard
ly let himself out to his full pace.
and, seeing that his team had the
game, cinched, took things fairly
"Red" of the Marines expressed
his opinion that Williams was the
easiest pitcher to hit that ho had
ever come across. "lied." however,
did nothing In the scoring line, and,
genorally managed to full into a
trap laid by Williams.
William Is a really good pitch
er, and when the necessity arises,
can do much better work than he
Gibson had an off day, and did not
seem able to-do good work. At the
beginning of the fifth Inning he was
relieved by 'lllnca, who prevented
any more scoring.
(Jam llpp took his life In tils hands
when he agreed to act as umpire.
Samuel made several mistakes, but
both nlnee got about the same deal,
as 'Sammy evened Jtblngs up In some,
way or another.
Sergeant Harry Is. satisfied with
the game put up by his men, and al
leady looks to the scalp of the fleet
combined (line as being In his pos
session. As far as the "Outlaws" of
I.ollehuu are concerned, Harry sayi
that If they really would like to be
whitewashed, they had better come
to town and buck against the
If the rain keeps off there will bo
plent) of baseball during the present
week, and some of the games should
Le really good.
"Snakes" Schaefer Is said to be
In great form, and his bunch from
the West Virginia will certainly
make the Guards extend themselves,
The Deqyr and, Galveston have
N. 0. H. BIO CROWD WATCHES
good ball teams, alro, and they are
anxious to arrange matches with
shore nines. Seaman Kelftr Is cap
tain of the Denver tram, and Seaman
Reed is captain t the Galveston,
lloth men would like to hear from
shore teams which would rare to
play bull any nfternoon after four
o'clock at Ar.la Park.
The lineup of both learns In jes
tcrday's match Is as follows:
N. G. II. Kn Sua, If.; 'Hushnell,
3b.; Henry Chllllngworth, 2b.;
Lemon, ss.; Townsend, rf.; Williams,
p.; Uutler, lb.; Furtado, if.;
Marines Slorp, 3b.; Hae. 2b.;
Gaw, ss.; Davis, lb.; aibsun, p.;
lllnes, p.; Pejton, rf.; Williams, cf.;
Thompson, If.; Anderson, c.
Mailes Lose Sticcer v
Game To Puriahou
Punnhou won the soccer gJine on
Saturday and with it the championship
of tho Territory. Tho .Mailes sere un
able to score ngulnst their opponents
who kicked two goals.
The game was a good one to watch
niuf tho spectators became. cr)
worked up over the play. Walker v. as
the first man to score, and he did It
after the rest of the forwards had
taken the ball right up In the goal. Hi
shot for goal three times and it war
the third boot that put the ball
The first half ended with tho score
1 to 0, and as the, Mullen then had
the wind behind them It was thoimb'
that they would.oul'ikli uven thing
up with IhePuns. I III w ever, the latter
team was too strong, and Sinclair, cet
ting the ball after Walker had done a
flno dribble down the field, kicked! the
second gonl for tho Puns. ' ,,.
Jock Cation plnjcd n flno game, and
several of his runs down tho field
were beauts. If h had nnlv been able
to klcko as well as ho dodged the op
posing side, ho would hao scored for
For tho Puns', McGIII and Dob An
dcrson did good work, and they saved
tho team on many an occasion. The
soccer plaed was really good and
thcro was a fair sited crowd presont
to root fur the teams. The Mailes
after holding the soccer champion
ship for seven jcars, have at last hnd
their colors lowered and tho Punnhous
aro now the champions.
Healani Cud Goes
To Chas. Wilder
Yesterday morning the Healanl cup
was contested tor by the. small sail
ing boats and after an uxcltjng race,
tho event was won by tho Ekahamanu,
which was sailed by Wilder.
There were five starters In the race,
and Wllder's boat ran away from the
bunch. xTho Galloping Mary was
away behind everything else and had
Just got around tho Railroad wharf
mark when the rest of tho wrens weru
finishing tho race.
Thcro was 'a stiff brceio blowing
and at times tho squalls wore terrific:
the little hookers had to come up Into
ino wind to snvo their marts from
bcln; blown out of them. The Roar
ing Gimlet, Dancing Sally and Sea
Mew also took part In tho race but
none of them had a chance against
Wilder wren, which was bandied In
fine st)le. t-
The Chinese Minor Club held Its
half yearly meotlng on Saturday nlgbt
and elected officers, The following
were elected to tho various offices
Tom Chock, president; J. A, Won?,
Mco president; II. C, Hen, treasurer:
S. C. Wong, secretary; Arthur Kau,
captain; ucorgo Pang, manager.
Tho Chinese Athletic Club will have
a great time on February 9, which
date Is Iho Chinese Now Year. The
club will play Iho Chinese Alliance
at Aala Park, and n cood cirnn nf hull
Is oxpectod to be pulled oft. On Sat
urday evening a masquerade ball will
be held at the K. of P, hall.
Extensile changes uro planned lu
connection with tho von Himm-Youug
garage. The present building )a
crowded with machines and for some
tlmo thero has been talk of enlarging
the garwge. The old Alakeu house 0
poslte tho garage ma bo pulled down
and a now ono built (here,
I Lester Petrie
Honored By Friends
That good sport- Lester Pctrlo had
n birthday on Satuidny, and a num
ber of his friends decided to glvo him
n good time.
It was decided that the scene of
fctllty would bo tho "Monastery,"
which Is located In the Maklkl district.
Tho threu monks threw open their
house to the party and thcie, from
4 o'clock on Saliirila), till tho snmn
hour on Sunday morning n Jolly time
was on tap for ccrybod.
Tho Superior of the order of monks
Brother Campbell was In charge
of over) thing, and under his nblo ad
ministration cer)tUing went off In
Dinner was sencd at fi o'clock and
the repast wis one that will long ling
er In tho memories of those present.
Toasts were frequent, and some good
speeches were made.
IjCstcr Petrle's health was proposed
and honored with cheers. "For he's
a Jolly good fellow" was sung with a
tlm that threatened to cause tho pat
rol wagon being telephoned for. Tho
topular Peto responded In a few well
chosen words and 'said that he wai
first, last and all tho time. In faor
of clean sport. His tour of the Stairs
nngland and Europe had reunited In
his forming the opinion that clean
amateur sport was the best thing In
Brother Campbell also made a few
remarks and voiced tho sentiments
of all present when he said that
"Peto" was the best eer and that he
not only wished him many "happ re
turns," but that he might live forecr.
After dinner a mnslcal program was
carried out and American, Kngllsh.
Scottish, Irish Hawaiian and Aus
tralian song were sung.
Harry Wnldron presided at tho pi
ano and It was n troat to hear him
"agitato tin dominoes" Oerrlt
Hughes brought tears to tho eos of
an with his touching rendition of
"Ilfllljhooly." For an encore, the
Joilal Gerrlt sang with groat expres
sion, "When We AretMarrled." Tills
song was nlmost as popular as one
called The Son of a Gun ol a BoWs
Mate." Which was given by Brother
Mr. Bustard sang the "Grand Old
Army." and liSd to respond to two
encores. Put Hughes, relative of
"Uncle" Hughes, sang a couple of
Irish mclodleu that touched tho hearts
of tho men from the "Ould Sod."
Bill Klnsloa was In good olce. and
his seu rhanting was' given in good
stjle. Kerbody Joined In the
chorus and it went with a swine.
"Aloha Oe" was sung liy.UIII-Bucklc
shd the haunting, air which never
loaves a man's memory, no matter
wncre ne is. was a treat to listen to.
Joo McKechnle. who has been tnk
Ing music lessons lately, had to leavo
(anv in the ctcnlng. but, before ho
left he Joined In the. chorus of "A Hot
Time In tho Old Town Tonight." And
Hire there was, begorrah!.
"Old l.ang 8yno" was sung bj
(iter) body1, and then one of tho Julllest,
evenings that could posslblo bo glv,
en. ended with the bunch grabbing old
Pete by tho ha rid and wishing him the
best of luck In. tho future.
'Among thoe present wero fleorge
Campbell,'4 Joe P. McKechnle. V. I..
8teenson, Gerrlt Hughes. Pnt
Hughes W. R, Klnslea, II. W. Wald
ion, J. milliard. II. T. Lake. W. Buckle
and l-estcr Petrie. Arthur McDuffie
dropped In to wish Pete a happy birth
day, but ho could not stay long as he
had many Important matters on hand.
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Decker's baseball nine defeated tho
Kwa bojs yesterday afternoon at the
plantation. Tho score was 11 tn " lit
favor of the town boys and tho "farm
ers" were not In It: Kroltas and On
nellas plated cood ball nnd iho m.l nf
Iho town team backed them up well.
Ill the High School tennis innn.
ment for the Scrocov rim thn fill..-
ing maicnes have been played. Daw
son ueai I'rau e-. 5-7, 6-0; Davis beat
White. 9-7. 4 ri. 8 6: Pnrvl. !,. t,..i.
S6, 7-5; Cardeii beat Bernhardt 8-0'
NEGRESS IN If ASK
. BELLE OF BALL
ST. LOUIS. Jan. !&. An nnldenfl.
fled negress mad merry fnr an hnnr
last night as a guest at a society
masKeu bail al the Century boat club.
Before she was discovered she had
danied with several imnimnei Mn,.
niHn Dm inn m.,i. nMi .1. ..& ....
...... ...... ...v t,uu uiuvmia am iiuw
looking for the person responsible'
or ner appearance at the function.
Handsomely' dressed and wearing n
head musk and long gloves, 'she ap
peared on the floor during a "spooky
dante. when the llchts were low mirt
accepted her share of attention from
mui iime on.
When the time tame to unmask
she attempted to flee, but some pei
son grabbed off the head rnvMrlnir.
The guests gasped, but nobody made
any enort to detain her.
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA.
- It Is suggested that eczema sufferers
ask the Honolulu Drug Co., Kurt
otivvi, ui mis viiy, wnii rtponi no is
getting from the patients whq havs
used the oil of wlntcrgreen liquid
compound, D, p. D. Prescription.
China has opened two Manchurlan
towns to trade nnear the Korean
Local 'and Coast
Two shlploids of lumber for the
election of the one mile circular mo
tordrome have been ordered. Jack
Prince the designer of the big banked
trark, pnssrd tho week lnlng oft the
mortorcir course, which Is to be built
on a lnOncic site between Pin) a del
Roy nnd Venire. Cnn'rnrtx for tlm
carpenter work tut to bo let at once,
says the !. Angeli s TlmrH.
Arrangements hnc bevh made with
the Intrritrlnii railway companies to
build spur trnrks to the molurilriimn
and the railway people aro to build a
depot n quarter of a mile long. At
least 10 000 persons an hour nro to be
handled by the long lines of street rars
going to-and from the trark.
The Lo Angeles motordrome U to
bo completed by the first of April.
About April 15 a big motor meet Is to
bo held on tho boards, and the world's
beit drivers are to be seen In nettoii.
This track should be fart enoiish to
permit of the breaking of nil existing
records. Including tho" smashed re
cently at Indianapolis and Atlanta
Jack Prince has nindo good before
and his friends oxpect him to make
good again. He tins been building fast
tracks all his life. Klocn jeurx ngii
he built the Velodrome In I .ok An
geles, n track on which nil blcrli rer
ordn were knorked Into nmllheri-eii.
A jcar ago he built the inolorerle
Coliseum. All records were smashed
on tho saucer track.
When he came back to l.os Angeles
a jrar ago. Jark said imilorcclc
wouldJio drhen a mile In ft seconds
on tho gollscum. Ills prediction nnn
I rallied by Jake e Rosier, who
equaled the mark Prince hnd snld
would be nmle.
New conies Prlncu with number as
sertion. Miles am In tin inmli, nn til...
motordrome In 35 sec li This sei ms
remarkable. Prftice Is In dead earnest
and san he will make good ngalu.
Capitalists who rofuso to huo tbeli
names appear at prrscnt"nre luck of
tho big scheme. Though It lnn seem
visionary, the site has already been
chosen and paid for. It Is asserted
This would seem to be ctldrnre.of the
good faith of the men who are back
ing the underijiklng.
There Is not la motorist In Los An
geles who would not bo pleased to
see Iho track built. That It menu
much for tho lndustr all are ngieed
Bcn those who are out of the niclm
game rcallio that Iho motordrome
would bring thousands of persons to
Ims Angeles, who are (utcrca'cd In thu
motor car., '
An Idea of the slm of Iho motor-
-drome can bo had when It Is cintuln.
ea mat lhi diameter Is 019 feet wider
man mat or Ascot Park In front of
grand stand. The diameter Is li'.80
feet. Tho track llsdf Is to be S feet
wide and Is to bn binked at n 2D per
Bcry provision posslblo for tho
safety of tho riders and spectator Is
to bo taken. TIe entrance to tho mo
tordrome Is to bo through two sub
was. Tho grand stnnds arc to ho
abmo the.tracks. with accommodations
for 60,000 lierrniis.
Harney Oldfleld .has ircsented his
wife with a gold-plated Overland car,
one of the handsomest machines ecr
turnil nut by tho Overland factor)
The nobby machine Is to ho guragid
by P. A. Renlon, agent lor tho O up
land, while Mrs. Oldfleld Is In Los
Angeles. It Is almost too pretty to
drhe. The glittering plate shines
with rare luster as the car Is handlid
b Its proud owner.
For .driving the fastest mile on tho
Indianapolis Motor 8pcedwa) the
champion .track driver was awarded
the car. It was so classy that Har
ney .at onco decided thut Mrs. Oldfleld
was to own tho Utile beauty.
Mrs. Oldfleld decided that Ilarnej
must not look so cxpcnslo whllo driv
ing around tho long circuit. There was
the danger also that llarne) would
scrape, off some of Iho gold In a wild
dash for a record.
The 0erland Is ornate. Tho stllsh
car Is finished In whlto enamrl, with
the brass parts all plated bcally with
gold. Thero Is 30UO worth of gold
trimming on tho car. In order to se
cure the little beauty Oldfleld had to
autstrlp Christie, Strang, Chevrolet,
Burman, De Pa Una, and a I'ozen other
When he started for tho record run
he was Influenced to drive as ho never
had driven before, Mrs. Oldfleld hud
seen the pi lie. No gold purse, no mat
ter how fat, eer looVed ns tempting
as (ho handsome little gold plated
Overland. Mm. Oldfleld set her heart
on the car, and Barney Mt his neno
It wub Impossible to defeat Harney
that day. He dnno like the real
driver that he Is, nud won the car with
seconds to spare.) Ho has brought It
tn I .on Ange(ts that his wife ma en
joy touring about the cits'.
The BnMcttti PnklufcUv n
Ltd., ii agent for the bt eifrt.Tliit'
ana uinogTapning comoanjr on
the Pacific Coast and b prepared
to give estimate! on high-grade
orintine of aver MnA.
Alto price and samples of the
very mihi in EnfmM uaru,
Inritations. in the heat al fans
'or smart functions.
The chances or sudden death
among men are eight times as great
ns among womep,
HOTEL STREET '
MISS EVA ALVA' . It
Song and Acrobatic Dance-Artist r'WtM'i
HARRY WEIL .' ',;, '
F.eturnine from a Two Ymm En
gagement in China and Russia , , ,
MOTION PICTURES J .
"A fhilH nf IhP Fr.rpf $
Fort Street Below Bcrctanla
IN THE CITY
Admission 5c., 10c. nnd 15c.
Corner Nituanu and Pntmhl Streets
THE WALL SISTERS
HAWAIIAN HULA DANCE
In Conjunction With
NEW DANCE HALL
Kukti St'., near Nuuanu.
Open every night except Monday
Good Music' by 'ICawalhau Glee Club.
Excellent floor' arrangement.
Admission ,10c. Ladies Free.
Big new shipment just ar
rived and now rc&dy , i
Photo Supply Co., ;
Fort Street I
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS' ! u'
Mrs. Taylor. , '
Tonns; Bid. Tel. 839.
FRENCH and EYELET
Mrs. J. Rosenberg, '
Aiciuuucr iuuiiK Duiiuinfl .
New Trimmings J
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers. , ,
Dunn's Hat Shop-.r
Dressmaker from- Fads. Stylish '
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Hnrrison Block,
neretania ana tort streets.
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