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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, JULY 31, 1911.
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Whent Straw tiancr in which thev are h7,n
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way3 use it to ro your own cigarettes. M
Splendidly FuU-flavortJ ,
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Old Mill Cigarettes arc packed in TINFOIL
Your Summer Wardrobe
At Saving Prices
Reasonable Instalment Terms
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be replaced by a
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When you order a caso of Carbonated
you pay the tame price for a perfect
drink as for ordinary qualltyi
10.OZ. BOTTLES $1.00 A CASE
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TF you have had difficulty in
finding meats to your satis"
faction buy from us. We have
the right thing at the right time.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILDRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Charlotte C. Was Surprised
on Trip-Kam Takes
Tim Rinnrt yacht (lliulyn won the
racu iirouml Uio Island fur thu Cover
mi r'H cup yesterday afternoon fur tho
third time. Tom King, thu well known
8kliier, wur at thu helm ami brought
tho lltlu yacht In ns winner without
The rnro wan supposed to have
started at 4 o'clock Saturday, hut a
wait wan in into for thu Hawaii. Hhe
could not get ready In time ho the
Alt II llll Sll l0 A 1
4 1 l ii :t s
4 a 2 i s ()
G 'J 2 27 111 4
All It llll Sll I'O a i:
A)iiu, i-ll 2
Hayes, cf 3
Marcallluo, lb .. 2
Sullivan, If 1
CAPTAIN TOM KING
Veteran Yachtsman Who Pil
oted Victor in Governor's!
2"1'27 lit' 2
Total 28 u
Kcorn hy Innings: ,
Kolo: HUIIS..0 II 2 3 0 I) I II 0-
11. II. .0 0 3 2 10 2 0 1)
KEIQS WIN THEIR LAST IGLADYS COMES
GAME HERE FROM THE STARS
BARNEY'S BEAUTS ARE GIVEN TUMBLE IN THE WHITE
WASH TUB. TEAM TUR NED INSIDE OUT. TO PRE
VENT KEI0 SCORING.
Too had! Harney Jny'n "beauts" out In tho sixth for good ami Is pine-
wero Hent hack to tho woods ycRter- iil at first Hack whllo Marcallluo Ii
day with nlno gnoso eggs an souve- Rent to tho bench whllo Sullvan takes
tiirx for their laHl i;;nno Willi tuo gumucr H jiluce al left Held.
Kclos In tho Hpcclal strlcH. Th(J Kfc0 I1110 cmlt.(, the scorliiK
Down nt tho Athletic Park yeslcr- of thu day fn tho lucky seventh when
dav tho .l.inanenu fans yelled Kukudii not to first on lilt to slant
themselves hnarsu whllo their natlvu htolu second and coming homo on Tn
tram w:ih nhltewashlng thu Htar nine, knhama's long hit to left Hold.
Thu boycott v.'as lilted on the ark In thu last part of thij seveulh (into
and thu Japanese rooteis wero on mM )u,ml wlvn Hartley sent a hot
Hand in latyu nuniiioM. i no grano- Bl.0(ier t0 him while three (eel
Mand w;hb well lllled with local poo- ,roln nrl)t Hack ho (,,,, tic )al n1(1
plo who had hurilly no chancu at till HOil,g l)l0 B1)i,ori( to secoiM mid gets
to yell -for the liom.l leani iih tho simmer out, SnRakl nt unco returned
Koloa Hlmply walked uway from t.io , l)all , nrBl u, narm.y Waa
beglunlu);. f,,w (.vcouiIh behind achcilule time and
Tho Kjl (nlVornlly h.ljiehall team no was out.
played t fnH'Welt i;amu or hall mi Tho scoro and silmuiary:
iho locn( iliamuud yesterday nfter-l Kelo vt. Stars.
tKMin mid put up HOiuu hillllaut pluyH k.;q
mid winning their last ganiu by tho Hasakl, rs
score of (!-u fiom Iho HlarH It was ii" i,-i,,i ',.
iiku laiKing uiey muipiy nuoreii imiu ju.uke c 5
""""K''- iKoyuma. ".'.'.'.'. i
Uinplro Clilllliigwoiih did wnno urn- Takahama, 2li ... 3
piling hihlnd the lut and he ceitaln- Kwuiku, 3li 4
ly uiadu ii hit with thu crowd. lshlUawa, p ....'. 3
'Ihu Kelo nlno wee glad to win (0i , 2
tho last game of their lour through Nnrnsakl, lg .... 2
Ainerk'ii and especially when they, '
handed out mo otiiy pacxago 01: Total ....' 31
whitewash whllo hero lo (Kior liar- qTais
neyB i.eau.R. A,( ,,. ,, 3
rukiiiln played ceiiteilleld for the Kan Yen, ss . .... 4
KehiM 11111I holug iiiir.iiulliar with tho I,. Tin, 3b 4
pbsltlun fumbled two sklcH during Sumner, If ..;.. 3
thu arternoou, On tho other hand 'Joy, c- 3
tho team put, up nn excellent game- Hoopll. rf ' 3
of ball. .
Tlirvti doiiblo plays wero registered1
In thu Kelo Huiiimary ami each tlmo
Sasaki had 11 hand In Ihu work.
Koynma wan not up lo his bat
ting, form yeRJerday 11 ud so was not
tlHjro'wIlh his usual good stick work.
Anau as nulla! gave many free
transportation to llrst Htartlng out
with tho first man up to hat,
Kelos Learn One Point,
It was In tho fourth Inning when
Apau was hit hard and Harney Joy
nwiilo a few changes. Sumuur came
In from left Held, Apau went to cen
ter, Hayes changed orf to left and
big Harney went In tho box. The
Kelos hud piled up two runs Just be
fore ho went In tho box and added
one more off him. In tho tilth ho
changed nrouuil again all men go
ing back lo their regular places.
Apau stalled Iho twirling again and
did not Improve any. Thu Kelo niuile
a howl over this sudden cluing"
again hut koou found Unit It wiih al
right. Tho poor Starfl wero not allowed to
reach third throughout tho wliolonliio
Innings. Manager Marralllno held
down Hint cushion or tho first nvo
liming "when ho ban enough of It and
Apan took his place while Joy pltrhed
tho remaining thrco Innings.
In the second Inning Apau had it
In himself Kcllillllir tWo men. Klisakl
'nnd Tukalinma to tho bench hy theJ
strike out roillo and pulled duwu the
hot liner- off Ishlkawa retiring that
It was In the third Inning when
Iho NlniioncFo scored two runs. As
iiRiial Apau walked tho first man,
Nunisakl and ho advanced on 8asa
kl'H bit passed fecond, Sasaki was off
tho flrBt Buck anil Joy fired down to
mil) him which forced Narasakl off
second and wan caught trying for
third, Kuktulii unexpectedly comes lo
hat and knocks one to left field which
Is good for two bases, Sasaki going
to third. Mlyako picks out one nnd
lauds It In tho H111110 spot for another
two huso hit which brought Kiikuda
and Sasaki homo. Mlyako Is caught
later trying to mako homo on Ko
yamn'H lilt. Threo outs two ruiiB.
In the fourth tho Nipponcso came
back determined tu pllo m n few
mora ruimuiud they succeeded In net
ting threotrmiH In that period, Apau
repeats' tlie same old slory, w:tll:i
Taknhatuajnnd Kusakl lands out an
other two bagger. Ishlkiiwu coition
up 'to tlio-plnte nnd steers onu past
third which bring Kusakl and Tuka
linma homo. Harney fells soro and
enters the box and changes team
around. Sumner tnkos position bo
hind tho hat nnd tho battery Is start
ed ngaln, Onto gets out on bunt, Na
rasakl luiiddi) ono of llurnoy's curves'
Into tho centerflold torrltory, Ishl
kawa conies homo. Sasaki and I'M
kudu out on pop llles to pitcher.
Tlueu outB three runs.
Tito Stars try to connect with tho
sphere In their half of tho tilth hut
fall. Apau Is put back In mo nox
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur So wall k Co., Bath, Mo.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
GRINNELL AUTOMATIC SFXINKLI)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typo-writer
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, HEAR MEECHAHT
will be there on
time and in per-
ft ACT 01 CTP ec condition
aS5 5 if the order is
given to the old reliable
Union Pacific Transfer
Kinn u' nt to Young Hotel T.l.pho'.. 1375
P ic Tia 4-imn rk lmim
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graded. My re
sponse for an estimate twill show
you that the cost will he small.
Huna. .0 II 0 II 0 0 0 (I D 0
II. II..0 0 0 2 11 0 0 0 0..2
Summary Two haso hits, l-'iikuda,
Mlyako (2), Kusaku; sncriDce hits,
Sasaki, (Solo (2); left on bases, Kelo
ft. Stars 3; first haso on errors, Kelo
2, Stars I; double plays, Ah Toon to
Marcallluo, Sasaki lo (Into, Onto to
Sasaki to (loto, Ishlkawn to Sas.ikl lo
Goto; hit by pitcher, Narasakl; struck
out, by Apau I, hy lidilkitwa 7; bases
on halls, off Apau 4, off Joy I, on
Ishlkawn 2; Innings pitched, by Apau
5 by Joy 1; hits, on Apau 7, off Joy
2. Umpires, Chllliiigworth and Hindi-
null. Scorer, Itiipnso. Tlmo of game,
I hour mid 37 minutes.
I lie III t game liirnci opt to he .1
good one with tho J. A. O.'s being vie
tors by the score of 3-2. Tho J. A.
O. scored first, making two runs In
tho third when (,'hlllliigworth and
Aknna romped home on pitcher's er
ror, in tho lucky sovrnth tho Hawaii
certainly hud luck for they managed
to get' two over the plate. Iloth Da
vid Desha mid lliiinuiiku (landed homu
safely on wild throws.
This tied Iho scoro and in tho
eighth' Chllllugworth scored tho last
and winning run of the game. Henry
got to second 011 hit piut Hhurt Btop
then to second on wild throw and
home on hit off ltoss, score 3-2 J 11
favor of J, A. 0.
Tho scoro and summary:
J. A. C. vi. Hawaii.
J. A. C AHHHH8HPOA K
Constructing, TUT TUT Tolephono
Contractor. , XT, JjJL MT J S JUT) 2830
Waklta, If 3
Chllllugworth, ss 5
Sullivan, cf 3
Total 31 3 3 3 27 14 3
HAWAII AH II llll Sll l'O A K
V. Desha, cf
D. Desha, ss
IC. Desha, p ,.
Kualll, lb ...
Whine, c ....
rest of thu yuehts kthrled nnd -W.lt
tho Hawaii about tin hour .behind for
The Knin boat was thu favorite, hut
somehow or other she ramo in last,
much to the surprise of nil the yachts
men. The Charlotte 11. encountered a sur
prise during the event when sho waa
away in thu lead, when thu moon set
Saturday night and all on boiird
thought they had a cinch on tho race,
only In II ml when they opened their
eyes In thu morning that there weru
three yachts ahead of her and sbu
had the credit of leaving uooo be
hind. (lee! They swore up mid down that
It was a uilraelu fur thiu yachts to
pass her that way and the boys oil Ihu
Charlotte C. cannot understand how It
could he so, Thu members of tho
Charlotte C, wero 11 disappointed
crowd of sailors on arrival yesterday
l'rincu Cupid was the skipper on
board the Hawaii and although tak
ing third place Cupid sailed a flue
race, starting about an hour later
behind the others and then arriving
olf the finishing lino second.
The race Is claimed .to, have been a
closu one ' right through with thu
weather us good us anybody wanted
it to bo for sailing.
(Jeorgu (irozler headed tho Charlotte
C, Cuptuln Scott commanded the Ka-
mehamcha and the Gladys crossed the
Hue lit 4 o'clock, Hawaii second, ut ft
o'clock, the Kiim at 5;37 and the
Charlotte C. Inst, ut ti:.!l, but on uc
count nt hand leaps the Charlotte C.
wus given second place, Hawaii third
and the Kam fourth.
Tho Uladys mude the trip In IV hrs,
20 minutes and fid seconds. The lluJ
wall, which arrived second, made tho
distance In 22 hrB, 0 mln, The Knuiu
huuichu 22 hrs, 3K mln. II see. The
Charlotte C. In 22- hrB. 3'J mln, und 8
sec. This Is the correct time inado
hy ll'iu yachts.
Hiisehall Is going on In full force
in thu Cardeii Island und four gnmi'H
1110 placd each Sunday. Following
Is the standing of thu teams up to
Per (Village 'f Tmiiiii.
Young Hotel Laundry
Work Called For and Delivered
Uion and Hotel Streets Phone 18C2
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB. SEE ME TOM WIAW
All IEEN EVERYWHERE
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GONSALVES & CO., Ltd.,
2 3 2 27 14 Ii
Score by Innings
J. A. C: HUUS..0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0-3
II. 11. .0 (I 2 0 U L0 0 03
Hawaii: HUUS..0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 02
H, II. .1 10 0 0 0 10 0-3
Summary Sacrifice hit, Kualll; left
on bases, J. A. C, G, Hawaii 2- first
naso on errors, J. a. u. u, iiawuu l;
Koloa . .
w. r,, .v.
a 3 ,7C0
8 4 .007
8 r .Gir,
(1 7 .4fl2
3 ! .2MI
3 10 .231
Btruck out, by K, Desha G, by Medel-
for another Inning and then Is takuit ros 8; bases on halls, off K. Dosha 6;
tt :s r. :: :: :: :: uuutx
wild pilch, K. Desha. Umpires, Joy
and Hushnell. Tlmo of game, 1 hour
nnd If, minutes.
Brings back thuoVigi
n a I lustre to all metals.
REX does the work
quickly, anil after
beirOr implied, can be
immediately polished ofl while moist and without
waiting for it to dry.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
(Additional SporU on Pau 0)
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