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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 11., MONDAY, FED. 7, 1910.
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Yesterday, before the big game be
tween tho Ouards nml licet was
lilnyeil, tho Tennessee nine, which
on Saturday hnnded Kurt Shatter
ihclrs, passed oter n lemon. In tho
shape of 12 to 2, to tho Muilnvs.
Tho snllorB arc really good play
ers, and onco they got Into their
Btrldo tho linlf-wots had no clinntc.
It was In tho fourth Inning tlict thu
ncroplnne loft the earth with tho
Marines aboard, and the Jnckloa
piled up no less than five runj dur
ing tho (light. The Matlnes lud
made ono run In the tlrst. half of
tho fourth, hut tho sailors, before
tho aviation show, had also scored
Again In the fifth tho Jncklcs add
ed ono run to their tally and tho
icons stood at 7 to 1. Then tho Ma
rines managed to get n run In tholr
seventh, but It was their djlng ef
fort. In the becond halt of tho eighth,
the Tennessee bunch made the Ma
rines go up like l'aulhan at Los An
geles. Five yes, five more luns
wer7j hit up and that was tho end of
Tho Marines camo up to bat In
tho ninth, but no scoring was done
and the game ended 12 to 2 In favor
of tho Tonncjsee. Slorp and old re
llahlo Anderson did tho scoring for
tho Marines, and nearly everjbody
made it run for the, sailors.
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Handball Ends In
Favor Of Seniors
After ono of tho most exciting
struggles on a handball alley that
has been seen' In Honolulu, or, for
that matter, anywhere else, tho Y.
M. C. A. tournament ended In a vic
tory for tho senior team by tho nar
row margin of two points.
The seniors made 3SS polntB and
tho students 386. Tho first-named
team won soven matches and only
lost four. Still, the students, with
their four victories, were only two
points behind. The students made
up for their loss of matches by mak
ing the games very close, and In all
but four matches they got over 0
points per man. They averaged ovor
35 per man, and had Uarnhnrt only
managed to get n fow points more
In his mntch against Lewis, the tour
nament would have certainly gone
to the students.
Another tournament will be play
ed In tho near futme, and In It tho
best meton each side will be match
ed against ono another. It Is hard
to Bay who should win under thoyo
conditions, and tho games will bb
worth gdlng miles to see. '
Then, Inter on, them will bo a tri
angular tournament between tho Ma
rines, Students nml Seniors, and
some line games should bo on (up.
The o Ilk' l.i I scores of the tournament
which ended on Saturday are as fol
lows: Students Seniors, v Score.
I'ook On vs, St. John 46 18
Mnrcalllno vs. E. Evans.... 15 11
Sing Hung vs. Johuston, . . .12 45
CURhlngham vs. Ewallko. .. .42 45
V. Klco vs. L, Long
A. 1. Low vs. McGuIro 45 2
Ingalls vs. lllnnchnrd.'. 20 45 I
Harnhart vs. Lewis '. 945
Illart vs. Nott 3843
l'urvls vs. Gerlz 42 4J
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Guards Made Third
G me Nxessary
On S.Uiniln afternoon tho N, 0. II,
baseball inns defeated thu CoMblned
1'ltct teem by n scoro of 1 to o. The
g-mic was good nlthoug'.i not v.lldly ex
citing. The vlcloij of the GuuuH undo tho
third gaino cr tho borlsi n;co..ary ac
tho Fleet hn 1 won a g line fro n Ear
ry's lle.uits r. few mrmhs ag).
There was u big c;o.i'd of baseball
fans present, and the greatest entlnu
latin was shown by thu Bailors. Cap
tain Merger and his band played dur
ing tho afternoon, and tho music was
much appreciated by over) body.
Tho first gaino on Saturday was be
tween the nlno from the Tennessee
and the Fort Shatter latls. Tho sailors
won by a Bcoro of 7 to 4, and then
was much Jubilation thereover.
Then ho big match was started
and for Inning after Inning, up till
tho rccond half of tho fifth. It wa
"ono, two thrco strikes, you're out"
for both sides.
However, In the Ouards' half of tho
fifth, Townsend got noma through
third making a mens of n ball thrown
to him by tho catcher.
After this ploasant Interlude from
tho Ouards' point of view there was
no further scoring nnd tho gams ended
as beforo statod.
Johnny Williams pitched loal good
ball, and ho did not appear to exert
himself much eltlior. Louie Soares
was, as usual, very safe as catcher,
end the pair formed a stron-? bitter)
Uarnoy Joy was umplio, anl he
filled tho bill satisfactorily. Tho line
tips wcro an follows:
N. O. H. En Suo, cf.; II. Chilling
worth, 2b.; Hushnoll, 3b.; Lemon, ss.;
Williams, p.; Townscnd, If.; Mice, rf.;
Butler, lb.; Soaros, c.
Combined Fleet McGinn, 2b.;
Schaefer, lb.j need, of.; Umh, 3b.;
Munroe, c; HIco, p.; O'Connor, ss.;
Snyder, rf.; Wallace, If,
When you ask for Crystal Spring'
butter at the Metropolitan Market you
get tho host there Is in tho country
because It l well mndo nnd kept In
cold etor.iqe lit a temperature that us
, surej sweetness at nil times.
Thero will bo n special meeting of
tho Chamber of Commerce tomorrow
afternoon nt 3 o'clock, for tho purpose
of considering thu matter of certain
pioposod legislation of Congicss af
footing Hawaii anj local tclfgovorn
SAILORS OF FLEET
HAVE THEIR DANCE
Admiral Sebree Starts the Good Time
by Leadine .the Grand March
Society Was There in Full.
Thq look of satisfaction that rested
en tho fentuics of Admiral Scbreo nn
ho Btood watching tho sailors of his
fleet enjoying themselves nt tho two
danrccs given nt the two bench hotels
last Saturday night was it story with
out words. It fully expressed Hie ap
preciation ho felt nt tho way Hono
lulu was treating his men.
The two hops wore given to tho
men of tho fleet by tho Merchnits' As
sociation' of this city and they proved
a bucccss beyond tho hoiiss of those
Interested. The fact that.lt was Just
n Bollors' danco didn't Bocm to deter
society from attending nnd ns far as
pretty costumes, pretty women nnd
pretty" dancing woio concerned there
".p)nrod to bo no difference between
thin dance nml th030 previously given
to the officers.
Of course Admiral Sobrco was sup
posed to load (ho grand march, which
ho dl I with Mrs. Heesnl'e of Admiral
hl'ub, iur pjrmcr. i nat nci boi
tlilngu going and from then on thero
waB n giddy vhlil In which society
ladles found that tho boys who mnn
the, big guns could tilp tho toe as well
ns any of tho lest of tho fleet.
The two resorts wero Joined by n
board walk and there was a continual
stream of humanity parsing both wnya
during tho whole evening.
To Chnlrman von Hamm fa due
great crodlt for the way things moved
Vonfe ho having chaigo of the two
ball rooms and tho nerving of refresh
ments to tho throng at tho mldnlcht
NEWS NOTES FROM
Thero will bo a namo of soccer
plnod on tho Knm grounds between
tho High School nnd Kams, tjils aft
ernoon at 3:30 o'clock. Tho Kams
hnVn Wnil Iwn ctmlfrltft rnn.fla Hrl
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are but for the championship. It
they can win today's game they will
bo entitled to the chamnlonshl'ii nf
J 9 10, Tho schools agreed to play
tno dosi mice out of nvo games.
John Hal, the captain, will be In
the gamo again Saturday and will
strengthen his team greatly.
The cadet battalion will go
through a dress parade Sunday 'aft
ernoon at 4 o'clock on the school
Tho now Jumping hole has been
put In shapo nnd the boys are start
ing In, training for their Interclass
meet, which will bo held on Febru
ary 18. ,
President Homo arrived back on
tho steamer Mqunn Kca this room
ing from a two weeks' trip around
tjic Island of Hawaii.
THE HOME BEER
Be as particular about your home
beer as about the" food for your table.
All beer has a great many good
qualities about it; some beer con
tains impurities that counteract the
In Primo Beer, brewed in Hono
lulu to suit the climate, you get the
good without the harm.
A tonic and a food -aged to a
perfect flavor, sterilized and filtered .
a Pure Been That is the best
kind of a food and tonic for you,
and any doctor will tell you so.
Order for your family usef '
T,he Jfrecr That's JFJrewed
To 5uit The CUm&te
Read what Aycr'a
?4t Qnv.annat.tl1n 1 1 1
for a woll-known
vU who ivrucs :
rr "I was for rrany ytwt
sufferer from both nd
other eruptions of Ilka
ntur, caused by tho ImporoT-
Uhod state of my blood. My
appetite was poor and my system a
food deal ran down. Knowing th
by obierratlon of tho good It had done
to others, I began taking It My appo
site Improved almost from tho flnt
dosej then my general health im
proved, and now It li oicollent. I
feel a hundred per cont. stronger, and
I attribate this rctult to Ayor's Sar
saparilla, which I recommend with
all confldenoe at the best blood medi
cine ever dorlsed."
At nw made, Ayer't Sarsa
parilta contain no alcohol.
There are many imitation
Be sure you got "Ayer's."
rvW h, Dr. ), a ArwTcZ tmtl, Hub U.S.A.
ATia tOJM, Ik but family tuatln.
TALKS JO SAILORS
. CROWDED TO CAPACITY
language Used by Preacher Savored
of Salt Air, lending Added In
terest to the Many Boys From
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H. E. PETERSEN, E. M., mlnlng'and oil expert, Oakland i Vice President and Manager
DR. ARTHUR H. WALLACE, of Oakland ........ Secretary
JUDGE E. M. GIBSON, President Bank of Commerce, Oakland Treasurer
WALTER A. GOMPERTZ, Merchant, Berkeley , Director
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' Ono of tho lnrKcst"concrecatlons
that over crowded through tho doors
of tho Methodist' church listened to
ono of Robert J, Uurdctte's charae
terlstlc sermons last evening.
Using Tor his text, "And tho even-
Ing and the morning wero tho drat
day," Itcv. Hurd'etto held his audi
ence Intensely .Interested till the last
word was spoken. He likened the
First Day of tho world to ono of th'o
present dreadnoughts, only that the
Creator was nt tho helm ns It sailed
across that troubled sea.
Since thnt Klrst Da tho Lord has
launched a dreadnough't every morn
ing with tho rising of tho sun, but
lle-hns left it to tho guidanco of His
people, of Ills children, to steer It
snfely through tho rough nnd trou
bled seas, and the wuko left behind
will bo tho rocord of tho duy.
"Was there ever such u mighty
little ship ns thnt one Day a ship
tnai rioio lis los In Its wal:o to
last through nil the uncounted jears
of time and change? With all the
nnvnl architects and all- tho old-
fashioned ship builders In all the
marltlmo nations of tho world, with
ull tho combined shin yards hum
ming nnd clanging with tho best
labor of the, most skillful hands and
brains, wo couldn't build ono such
Bhlp . In a million years. God
launches one every morning. And
Ho names It fcr you. And Ho puts
you on tho bildge nnd says, 'Your
chip. Let Me seo what you can do
with It.' A Day. One day at a
time. That'ir the way you live your
llfo. Cod won't trust us with a
whole week. We do enough mischief
In ono day, sometimes, to send us
Into drydock for a month.
"Why, you sail eo far In twenty
four hours on one of God's dread
noughts thnt you can nover get back
to the poit whence yu sailed. You
can win victories In that time that
will make, or meet defeats that may
unmake, you forever. Just ono drty's
course may set your Ufa steadfastly
through ull Its years and Into eter
nity toward honor or shame; toward
the noblest manhood or tho foulest
bestiality. Ono day, God will do
so much for any ono of us It we'll
Just k!o Him n chalice. It we'll
Just bo willing to sail tho ship Ho
gives us undor Ills Instructions. Ho
can't do It If wo won't let Him. Tho
Almighty Himself can't save n man
fioni sin nnd folly and disgrace It
tho mnn won't help a little. God
hoB too much reverence nndMovo for
a full-grown man to coddlo him like
a baby. So Ho gives htra a man's
(air chance In a world of men and
Btands by tq help him with the arm
of Omnipotence It for ono i minute
the fight goes against him. Dut tho
man must signal for help.
"How God loves to do great things
with llttlo ships and feeblo crows!
!Vo study nnd experiment year after
ear until we find nil Impenetrable
minor plating. Thou we study and
cperlmetlt until we find a projectile
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Tho price of stock will advanco rapidly to par v'nluo.
$37.60 buys 250 Bhares; $75.00 buys 500 shares"; $150.00 buys 1000 shares,
down and 20' per month.
.You can pay cash or 20
15 Cents a Share Now
Will Be 50 Cents Wilhin Six Months ,, . '
Get in at once on the first block, as It wont last long, and you will have to pay 25 centt'and perhaps
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Unclosod ploaso find dollars, as
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use of plating? Wooden planks nro ,
good enough for any ship.', And
then 'Ahoy! You in the rain!
What ship Is that?' 'The Ark; Cap
tain Noah; cargo of assorted live
stock and eight passengers. Hound
for Ararat and a colony!' Good old
tub) Length, COO feet over' nil;
beam, 75 feet-rrsho would have test
ed the capacity of the Pearl Harbor
drydock. And In the only voyngo
she over mado, she wroto history for
all the world and for nil time. Sim
didn't destroy 'a thing. Sho saved
things. That's tho peculiarity of
Tho sermon was given principally
tor the bayB af the fleet now in port,
and there was no lack of attendance
on their part7 they forming tho
larger portion of the audience.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Feb. 4, 1910,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Hank nf Hawaii Ltd to Victor .M
m of W V Allen bJr to AC Lovu-
that will go through that steel pinto kin Hoi
nnd sing on for three or four mllei'
limiting for something hard enough
I to hit. Thon wo try It nil ovor
again. And God says;
I.coln Aylctt and hsb to Louisa K
; AylPlt , VM D
Hank of Hawaii Ltd to A 11 Dondcio
Whnt'B tho ot al ,,, Par Itel
Chlng Hlng to Yuen Fong Wo Koo
co : ns
John H Travla ahd wf ot al to John
D Paris D
William Hcnnlng and wf to Dank of
Hawaii Ltd ......M
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd to Manuel Gon-
salves ( , f.,.,.., 1)
Olaa Sug Co to Mariano Rodriguez. D
Olna Sug Co to Manuol F Farles . . . .D
Olaa Sug Co to Frank Vlctorlno ...D
Olaa Sug Co to Jozo do Arnzo ,.,.D
Olaii Sug Co to Manuel V Consalvos.D
OHiaiBiig Co to Joao Do Tercclro ..D
Olaa Sug Co to Joao I' Gomes I)
Olaa Sug Co to Francisco Do Abreu.P,
Olan Bug Co to Joso Do FrcltaH ....I)
Olaty Sug Co to Manuel Mondcs ,...D
Olaa Sug Co to Joso F Camacho . . , ,D
Olaa Sug Co to Antono V Dcluz ,,..D
Wm Henry to Daniel M Woodward. Hoi
D M Woodward and wf to Trent
Trust Co Ltd, , D
Jno II Sopor to von Hamm-Young
Co Ltd t,...,..L
Snu Antonio Port Ren Soo of Hnw
to Augusta Do J Fernandez ...,llol
Entered for Record, Feb. 5, 1910,
from 3:30 a, m. to 13:30 a. ni.
E H Mlltnloml to Y Ahln L
Knlua Ponlomaka nnd wf to Wll-
Hum Iluokiuio D
J) Kninulo nnd wf to Mnry A Hell i.D
J K Kcknuln mid wf to AbVo K Ma-
Mrs Annlo Kno'.orl to A L Moses ....I,
Lucy Hlo nnd'hsb to David II Mnko-j
kau ? D
David H Mnkekau to Nofa.M Koawo
ct al , i'U
FirBt Dank of Hllo Ltd to.B D Bald-..
win and wf Itel
Wm. T Robinson to James L Coko.IS
W McCandless to Lcong Fook 'L
, NEW YORr?, January 2-1. Charles
H. Helko, secretary of tho American
Sugar Refining Company, Bought today
to avoid prosecution far alleged sugar
undorwolghlng frauds on tho claimant
having taking an "Immunity ba(h;'"
Helko was arraigned beforo Judg'j
Hough In the United Statea Circuit
Court with iirnest N,,Gerbrncht, for
mer siiperlntnndent ot the American
!sugar Refining Cdtapany, nnd tho oth
er sugar company officials and check
ers indicted for conspiracy lm connec
tion with tho extensive frnudB on tho
company's Williamsburg dn:ks.
Ilelko's counsel presented a plea in
abatement on thu ground thnt his cli
ent had nppeared on soveral occasions
boforo tho Grand Jury which was In
vestigating tho Liigar frauds, and,
therefore, was entitled to lnimiinltv.
D- Tho Court took tho plea undor advisement