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JVKN1NO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It. TUKSDAY, FIJII. 22, 1910.
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' Received on the Alameda Friday
MACHINE-MADE P0I Fresh DELIVERED AT RESI
j l.CLiE,r.Uim. 90
If you use these- commodities regularly you will find it
to your advantage to fcuy from
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tlic whole top.
til least two-
ot the c)itclc
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pall to, and) her fiom
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ing about ono-quarter
ot tho paint In tho pall
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Qcary Street, above Union Square
Jut eppeilt. R.tal St. Fraafiki
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
lngi cost $300,000. High class hotel
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TWO MILLION EGGS
A DAY FOR CHICAGO
Hens of Middle West Likely to
Force a Drop in the Princes.
CHICAGO, "(Feb. 5. Cfle million
eight hundred thousand strictly
fresh new-laid eggs are arriving In
Chicago eory day from Oklahoma)
Kansas, Missouri, Texas, Tennessee
and Nebraska. They arrive In cases
of thirty dozon each, 5000, cases bo
fcg received dally, so that there is
no lCUcaiaio uangor oi un egg ram
Iho hore. . ,
The wcnthe'ls responsible. It
has been so mllu N favorable for
the" production nt eggs the South
and Southwest for thS laSwthree
weeks that tho hens are filrly over
doing themselves, If It cotitluUesr
say dealers, prices will gradually de
Tho wholesale price ot eggs as
mado on tho Chicago Buttet and Egg
Hoard today Is 27 cents a doten for
"fysh firsts." On this basljl the
consume!- should be able to- bu this
btrlctly frosh new-laid variety at not
over 36 or 36 cents a dctfen. There"
nro only comparatively few cold-
ttorngo eggs loft. It Is Said, about 90
per cent. of the holdings having been
illsposed o'f, and within another
week or two these stocks will, have
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AU SCHOOL. TEAM
BIO CEOWD ROLLS UP TO SEE LOCAL IADS HAND OUT A 3 TO 2
SCORE TO VISITORS H. CHILLINGWORTH IS SiAR OF THE
It was indeed a jubilant bunch ot
joung'sters that rccehed the con
gratulations o'f the local people nt
the conclusion of the Columbia
Hoys--All-School baseball game. For
had not our bojs defeated the Coast
nine by a score of 3 to 2.
Twos Indeed a famous lctory.
and tho combined schools had the
worst end ot the game right up to
the lucUy seventh, when the threo
inn's that gao them the victory
Thq Columbia Hojs stntt4 off
with one run In the llrst, and then
did nothing 'until tho eighth, when
another run was added. And ut
that stnge(bf the gumo it certainly
looked ob ' -It tho Columbia Hoys
would tie the score.
It wob a tine day for baseball, and
n fair-sized crowd rolled Up at tho
llojs' Field to watch the piny. Tho
grandstand was filled, and qulto n
number of fans sat mound tho fiela
Henry Vnlker acted as umpire,
nnd although ho mado several mis
takes, he about evened things up
before the finish. There was a lit
tle kicking at his decisions on one
or two occasions, but on the whole
he was pretty good.
The sdrio old question ot whether
a man Is out or not If he changes
from right hand to left hand cropped
up. Henry Chllllngworth had threo
balls and one strike against him,
when he crossed over and batted
Raphael, the. Columbia Hojs
pitcher, declared Chllllngworth was
out, but Walker said no. Tho samo
question cropped up In a game
against a fleet "nine same months
ago, but tto Hawaiian rulo seems
to allow the Ihange, proWding the
pitcher was not In the box.
However, the visitors are a good
lot of sports,, ana on being answered
that the changing of b'attlng style
was allowable, tho game went on
'The game was a ery pleasant
one, and although the Coast bojn,
of course, woud have given any
thing to beat tho schools, they, In
real good style, declared that It was
u good game, and that they were
satisfied, ,but, would ltko another
game It possible.
Henry Chllllngworth waft the star
of the afternoon, and hla play was!
a treat to see. No more daring
stealing has been seen on a local
diamond than "Klddo" put up yes
terday. And his fielding was great
after tho first inning, In which ha
certainly made a mistake yhlch re
sulted In a run for the tourists.
Dut after that Henry showed
what be can do on a dUmbrid, and
he certainly played ball. Even
Kali, the fanrln-chlet for the Co
lumbia Hoys, had to admit that
"Kiddu" was good. ' ,
Katz Is a fine little chap, and It Is
a treat to sit near him and bear his
remarks on jthe game. "Why, that
Umpire should have his, picture put
In tho Woman's Home Journal,"
said Katz. "If he was cut In two
his feet half would timplte belter
than the ,wholo man!" ,
The youugster Is a great favorite,
and he Is one ot the keenest "bar
rackera" In the bunch.
The "Boss," as Major Plexotto Is
called by the boysr looked happy
until the locals' seventh Inning.
Then It was, "Now, Mike, grit your
teeth and get things going here; we
need the runs." And poor Mike
sure did his best, but "Klddo'e" kids
were too strong, and It wbb all off
for the Columbia Hoys.
Bsplnda did much bettor work
yesterda than on Saturday, and It
was doubtless owing to Chi Bul'a
Catching. The latter was goodj and
besides holding Kaplnda, be man
aged to score a run. Ju fact, about
three of the moat unlikely boys on
paper scored tho throe puns In the
seventh) It Is, not often that Ka
plnda, Chl Hut und Markbam score
runs. Their departments are pitch
ing and catching,
The game by Innldgs was as fol
lows: First Inning. Columbia Boys:
Waymlre made first safe. Caveney
died at first, and Wnymlre advanced
to third. Prnng flew, to Dosha and
Waymcyer got homo, ,Nagle died at
nut. shoit to baseman, One run,
Alt-Schools: McKenzte, fanned. De
sha dlod at first. Franco flew to
left. No runs.
Second Inning. Columbia Boys:
nurke fanned, 0 laser ditto, Raphael
hit a two-bagger, and then Wlhr
died nt first. No rune. All-Schools:
Chllllngwb'rlh got free transporta
tion and then stolo second nnd
third. Mnrkhnm funned nnd Es
plnda followed suit. Chi Bui flew
to Cneney. No runs.
Third Inning. Columbia Boys:
Muhelm died nt first. AVnymlro flfcw'
to Desha; Caveney expired at the
Initial sack. No runs. All-Schools:
Aenm hit one Into Wlhr's hands.
Drclejr walked nnd went out steal-
lrts Bccondi McKcntie failed to
reach first. No runs.
. Fourth inning. Columbia Bos:
Prang hit the air threo times. Nn
gle bunted nnd mado first' sdfe'.
Uurke assaulted 'the atmosphere.
whilst Nagle got to second. Olaser
fanned. No runs. All-Schools: De
sha bunted and died at first; Franco
flew to Wlhr. Chllllngworth made
first safe and then stole second In
brilliant fashion. Mnrkham came
up to bnt,rand "Klddo" started for
third at the swing ot tho pitchers
arm. Then the furi started, for
Henry, seeing that life had no chance
ot getting to third, doubled back and
raced toward second, The base
man, through over-eagerness to tag
Henry, got excited, and the local
boy got c"nto the bag at second snfe
once moie. It did no good, How
ever, as Markharn died nt first. No
Fifth Inning. Columbia Boys:
Raphael died at first. Wlhr walked
and then Went out nt aeco-id. Mu
helm flew to Deshn. No runs. All
Schools: Esplnda funned. Chl But
reach first bate, Asdm flew (u Civ
eney and Drcler went out at first
Sixth Inning. Columbld Hoys:
Waymlre got to first on, safe hit.
Caveney beat his bunt nnd reached
first Bate. Prang died at first, nnd
Waymlre advanced from second to
third. With one down and two men
on bases, Nagle came up to bat, and
a score looked certain. However, It
was not to be, nil when Nagle at
tempted to sacrifice, a billllant dou
ble piny was brought oft which nail
ed Waymlre at tho home plato and
Caveney at third. Then the crowd
went Up In the air with delight for
sure. No runs. All-Schools: Mc
Kenzte died at first. Desha funned.
Franco to first on safe hit. Chll
llngworth out at first. No runs.
Sevonth Inning. Columbia Hoys:
Nagle fanned. Hurko reached first
safe. Olaser flew to Desha, and
Hurko out at second. No runs. All
Schools Markharn safe at first, bs
plnda ditto, and Markharn advanced.
Then Chl Hut went up to bat and
made first , safe, while Mnrkham'
Went out at third. Asam walkedj
and tho bases were full with ono
down. Dreler sacrificed Esplnda
home. Chlnlto, running fpr Dreler,
got to second, and Asam and Cht
llui romped home, while Chlnlto
w,as out oft his base. Three runs.
Eighth Inning. Columbia Boys:
Raphael hit a two-bagger. WInr
fanned, and Muhelm died at first.
Then Wnyhilro got a two-bagger
also, and Raphael came home. Cav
eney died -at first. One run. ml
Schools!, Desha fanned. Franco
flew to Caveney. Chllllngworth to
first safe and out stealing second.
Ninth limine. Pianc out nt first.
Nagle Walked. Hurko fanned. Ola
ser reached first rate and Nagle to
second. Raphael flew to Chllllng
worth. No runs. i -
The lineups and score wero as fol
Park Boys Waymlre, rf.; Cave-'
noy, '2b.; Prang, 3b.; Nagel, ss.;
Burke, If.; .Olaser, lb,; Raphael; c.;
Wlhr. cf.;. Muhelm, p.
AlUBcuools McKenzle and Chin
nltn, It.; Dcatia, cf.: Franco, 2b.;
Chllllngworth, ss.;, Markharn, Bb.;
Esplnda, p.; Cbi Bui, .c; Ah Sam,
rf.; ,prcler, lb.
Columbia B&y3. ..10000001 02
All-Schools ,....0 0000030 3
The Ilarrlman mansion at Ardon,
N, Y Is being enlarged, Mrs, Ilar
rlman is carrying out the Improve
ment 'oh a larger scale than was
planned by the late railroad mag-
JO KOREA COLD IN jDNE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
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Following nro .some of tho tJ
tt sporting ovents Scheduled for'tti M
t day: tt
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ti Today Columbia Hoys Vs. Ma- tt
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!t TRACK MECT. ii
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it Feb. 22. Y. M. C. A, tourna- it
it ment. it
it Fob. 22 Country Club "At Homo"
AND IIIIjH SCHOOL
Visitors Will Be Up Against Some
Real Speedy Men Today Rice
in Good Condition for Sprints.
This afternoon nt 2:39 o'clock un
tho Boys' Field tho much talked-of
track meet between tho High School
nnd tho Columbia Boys will tako place
and there will also be a baseball came
between the Marinas and (ho visitors.
Tho full program find names of repio
scntatlvea In tho different ovcniS nfo
C0-Yard , Dash Mtihelm, Nngel,
100-Yard Dash Burko, Nagol, Way
mlre. 220-Yard Dash Burko, Wcbor, WaV
jHO-Yard Dash Burke. Trochsler
Locko. f i
880-Yard Dash Rosenthal, I-oclte,
Mllo Run RoEcnthnl. Wins. M'oan-
Shot-put Muhelm, Wing. Cliff.
High Jump Wlhr, Meanwoll, Nagel
Broad Jump Muhelm, Wlhr.
Relay (880 yards) Wlhr, Hurko.
60-Yard Dash Rice, Rosa.
lflO-Yard Dash Rico, Maruichi.
220-Yard BaBh Rico. Maruichi.
440-Yard .Dash Rosa, McCandiess.
880-Yard Dash McCandiess, Nortoh
Mllo Run Botttell, Norton, Drown.
Shot-put McCnndless. White.
High Jump McCandiess, J. Pratt.
Broad Jump MeCandles's, Rice.
Relay Rice, McCandiess, Maruichi,
The affair should bo a really good
one, and although tho Highs would
appear to havo a lot tho best of It In
ono or two events, tho Coast boys will
no doubt put up a great fight tor the
honors. And a big crowd of lovers of
sport will doubtless turn out at the
Field and cheer tho younir contestants
on to victory.
(The ball game bhtmlil bo good also,
and thero aro many neoole who think
thd visitors wilt hand the Marines a
package that will keep them quiet for
some time to come. ,
Bill Rico did not play In tho ball
game yesterday as ho did not wish to
chance hurting his leg on tho rough
floldl.t Bill's pace will astonish tho
Columbia Boys today for a certainty.
t4n(ifii;m(e will '
BE M Mt1 FOURTH
At Least Nine .Boats Will Face the
Starter Lurline Once More to
Compete in the Long-Distance
Nino yachts wllf probably faco tho
stnrter on July Fourth next when tho
tt ana-Pacific race gets under way. Hun
Francisco, Seattle, San Diego, Lh An'
geles and, of coitrso, Hawaii, vl be
represented and the race ehquld bb
ouo ot tho best ever seen buywlieic,
This year the Hawaii Yacht Club has
offered' two clips tor first and second
placoe, and a third trophy hA been
donated by Captain Frank Hay of tho
Wlnaonlo, for the boat of umOr t-lxty
feet which makes tho fastest trip
Tho conditions for this year's race
are that all the entries must bo bona
fldo cruising craft, having full decks
and watertight cock pits. The meas
urement for computing tlmo allor'ndce
la to be tlw length of tho boat ovci All.
The Lurllno, winner of the flrJt'two
rncUs, wU again bo In this, year's
event, and sho will be euro to do an
woll as over and It will take a good
boat to beat hor.
Inter-Island end O. R, L. shipping
books for sale.it the Bolletli
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Change of Program, Monday, -Wed-
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