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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, AUG. 7, 1911.
Oearr Street, above Union Sqiuue
Juil oppoitli Molt St. FnncU
European Plan SI. CO a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnuh.
lni?s cost $200,000. High class
hotel at moderate rates Omnibus
.meets all trains and steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarter.
Cable address, "Trawcts" A H. C
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Hotel St. Francis
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FATING the beautiful urk
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vthlch h Ihr tlirntrn ol
the iiinilal etnnta ot
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Frniitlirii, thN hotel, In en
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la service, Iiuh noiv the largest
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ALL-CHINESE TEAM LOSE
AFTER LEADING FOR SEVEN INNINGS
OAHU NINE OPENS FIRE IN
RUNS RAPHAEL GETS
Thero was a good-sized crowd nut nt
the old league grounds icstcrdny aft
ernoon to wntch tlio All-Chinese team
ko under In the eighth Inning, nfttilw. nice. If 4
plnylng a good gntne up to tint time, Chllllnguortlt, P-ss 1
when tlio Orientals were lending l onelllushiitll, ss-p ..
llinry Chllllngunrth m lilt hard In
the llftli, when the Clilmse found him
nnd Apnu limit d a tvvo-lmi,gcr and (.'111
Hill uinio up with n Ihrn-bnggir
Tho C'liltuKr fans turmil out In larco
numhfis, txpectliu; to pee tluir tenni
tome out lctnrlou, but tiny wero dls-
Anu covered the lmlf-wny slntlon for
he men from Drngniilniid, and play-
eil the position will lie came bilk
fron .Maul rinlnrdn, where he had lit Id
a position In one of the sttircs
The All-(Hliu tintn contained five
members of Hie Hawaii nine, the nthr.;nn Yen, 2b 4
lour niing iirno, i.iiiiiiiiK'Nuriii nun
I'nrnrci of the J A (' mid lluililiell or
the 1 A C.
The game opened with Chllllnguorth
nnd Hup'tntl us tho Oahu battery, with
Apnm nml Chi Iliil nctlng In similar
laimelty for tho Cblnise. Tlio gamn
tmUil with IliKhnell pitching for the
() iliiis, with ltrlln on the reci Islng end.
ClillliuKnnrth uns remn(d In the fifth,
mid rtapliail hurt n (lngcr In the sixth,
uhlcli )ruv uitcd him from tdijlng
III ltd llll.Ml the bill f-iilcnill.ll-.
Thrni lilts (nine to tlm ('hlnoe off
riillllngnnrth, but llunlimll held them
down to one Asnm ltlilul mi seven
In the Onlnn
Tliire were porno pretty pi is during
llii-nfttrnonn Mmltbnin nnd. Asimnn.
itn,i n f. ,u iir,i n,., - ii, i lrx.ic .1 .-.,n,i
fnr 11 coiipln of bases.
The Inllild work on linth temns was
credltnl.lv. nlthouKh tlm All-Onhn team IIUKhnell Owlld pitches. Asnm 3; piss
ns nut mi fainlllnr with the criiund ' '"ill, nnphael; Innings pitched, by
ns wire tlio Chinese.
Some of tho disappointed riilneio1"'!' ndlllngwortli n, nushnell 3. Umpire,
r,i, mnion.i ti,ii ih, ir nn.mirv........
were not plai Ine up to th Ir usual fm in
nml lint llil uni Iho rnnHi.n fnr ll.ilr.
Tho score wns 4 to 1 In fnor of tho
Clilnise up to the clKhth Inning, but In
tho first half of the elRhth tho O ilitl
nine plaeil with Asam nnd sent the
sphere to nil parts of tho field The
pitcher wns so excltid nt the sndili II
outburst of the Onhiis that he let two
men enmo home on wild throws.
In tlio first Iniilnc Clillllncuortli
walked Anu; Hn Silo wns out on n
nv in lift nclil: Knn Ym una snfo nn
hit to short: Apnu was out on n hhiKlo'
to pee mill, while Anu came homo. Chi
Ilul made the third out. to second.
Tho Thlnesn fnltp.l In si-nrn In llm
second, but the Oalms enmo hath nnd
tied the score. IluMinill was out nn a
Ingle Id second; Mnrkhain Rot fno
trnnsportntlnn to first nnd stoln second;
tin II ltaphacl was kind enniiRh to send
him hiimn with a twnb.iRRer to left
field III ltd succumbed on n fly to
In tho third Mclntjre wns on third
cushion for the Oahus, and It looked often entirely obspured liy clouils and
like u score, but Vavld TJcshn wns out1 for th.it nason tho trail from tho Car
mi n hit to third nnd McIutro pcrlslud ter place nt tho head of tho alley
trjlng to git homo on Ileiirj's blngle should bo cnrrleil entirely nround tho
to short. Tho Chinese scored one In upr part of Mnnon Valley,
their half. Judge Cooper has promlseil to build
Theie wns nothing exciting until tho a trail from Woodlnvvn, on tho Walt
llftli was reached, when the Orientals MM sldo of tho vulliy, to meet the
took tho lead ngnln by scoring two'oimpus trail,
runs Anu reached llrst on n lilt nnd It Is stnted tint It will cost about
nolo second; two men hnd gone. Apau
found Clillllngwnr.h nnd landed out a
tuo-higBcr to rlKht field. Avail scor-
lug. Chi Ilul was next up, nnd the
southimw found. "Clilllv" also nnd.
snaltid the ball out to deep ri liter for,
three bases, Apau ertisslng tho pluto lib
u result Knn Yin, who dd some good
hitting beforo this time, fannid. Three
out; two runs.
Tho All-Oahus tried riielr best to
sioro nnd mutt tiled In finding Asnn
In thotlRhtli for live runs. It riivo tho
Chinese fnns nn awful slimk. lint. of.
ionise, that was vvlmt tho Oahus vvtro
Itlco tnnio to bat first, Ho wns given
pass to llrst, and soon lifter stolol
steond. Desha snrrldced him to third
nnd Henry wns out on n lly to lift
Held ltlco bt nt It homo nfttr tho bill
was cniiRht nnd limit! It O. K. Tluslir
mil was safe on n hit to third; IVnneo
toiintcted will ajnl sent thu pWhcIiIiIo
to ct liter for two basts; Iliishuell ar
rived riiinto stole third nnd enmo
homo on Markhani's peiieh of n hit to
rlKht Held, one good for two busts
Wong, rlKht lit Id, n member of the Chi-
peso ilub, enmo to bat and got to llrst
nil n bit ovti shortstop, Markham coin -
lug home Wong enmo homo a llltlo'
liter on Rilto's hit Melntru was out
nn lly to ei uter rive runs.
In the ninth the AH-Onhua made two
EIGHTH AND SCORES FIVE
HIT IN SIXTH.
more runs on wild throw by Asnm.
All It lilt HIIPO A n
I). IHkIiu, rf
l'rnnco, 2b .
Itaplinel, c .
A. Kan, rf .
Hrltn, lb-e .
TotnN 37 1 10
3 27 11 C
A j nil, hh 4
I2n Sue, cf 4
I. Tin, nil 4
Aliuii, II 4
(m, t 0 i
Hlng Hung, If 4
Akiiiii, li 4
II. Chack, rf 4
Totals 3C 4 9 1 27 10 G
Huns 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 B 3 9
Dane hltn 0 1020004 310
Ilium 10012000 04
Dane lilts 1110 3 0 2 109
Three-baso hltn, Chi Ilul, Knu; tno
bnMi lilts, nnplnel. A) nil, Knn Yen,
Alinii, MafKhntn; HacrlAco hltx, Ieh i
illllngnnrth; left on
Inset, All-Onhus il, All-C'lilnise 1; first
base on errors. All-Oalms 3, All-Clil-
,,RC '! "ouiuo pny. i niiiingnoriii io
l"rnncoj struck nut, by Asam 3, Pllll-
Illngworlh 2." Ituslincll 2i bases on call-
"' ". 'ff Asnm 2, rnillingnorili l,
iC'lillllnguiirlh 4 2-3. llilslimll 4 1-3; hits,
Pedro: scorer, 'W. T, Itnposo: time of
"" - nmirH :3 "ibiulcs.
'hestir V.. lllaeow wns n candldatn
"leu out ny tin- UKuiiio uiiui yeiier-
day The inrty took him oer fro-n
Mnnon to Knllhl.
1 Ho patrol lert Trnillinner llliueri
llrown't. house enrly In the morning It
WHS tlio plan ot tllO patrol to try tllO
tlllt trnll built by Knglncer Howell ut
his own expense from hejnml Jimmy
Wllder's houso nboo Mnnon. There Is
another trail to bo complctid, nnd thn
work his been commenced.
The patrol suggests that n trail bo
cut from tho end of tho Mnnon carllno
to thu beginning of the Howell trail
They say tluit tho Olympus trnll Is
n thousand dollars to properly trail the
shies or Manoo, ?Vnlley, nnd tlio patrol
will trs Its best to sto that the Trnl)
nnd Mountain Club mnkis this tho
most biuiitlfiil Milley III the matter of
Tho patrol llrst crossed Pauoa flits
nml desiinded Into Nuiianu Valley by
the C. M. Cooko trail, then crossing
Niiiiaim Vulliy to Illldtbrimd (lien,
noted for Its tioplcnl seiiury,
Hlacovv was kIvcii his trial hero to
climb up tho seven fnlls, and he hid
tlm tlmo of his life III doing so Once
ho tamo tumbling down for u hiindnd
feet, tht ii mndu another start lor tlio
top. It wan n hard Job,
The pirty reuihed a detp pool, nnd
thtro had to swim beforo they stiutid
off for the summit of I.iiilhuhi by wny
of tho water Tails. It was u long mid
Itlrtsome trip, but oerybody stuck to It
o till the eiwV
FANDOM AT RANDOM
The membtrs of tho Ilul Nnlu enmo
dnwn to Hie harbor esttrday and went
over for n spin The entry list will ha
mule up within the imxt two dns
Tho troubles of tho Ward I.lno sea -
men over tho question of wugea and
i auditions of labor have been net-
ON LONG HIKE
4vnla Park Vint once more the ficene
of n In me crowd of ball fnns yester-
day, mid two good gnines of hall were
The Oaliu Junior Lcngue games hnd
to bo pulled off nt Anln Park Instead
of nt the Athletic Park on account of
the Intlir Kround being loo muddy.
The l A. U. mid Pnlnmns were th
llrst to cioss bats, and the furiner sue
cunibtd by the scoro of 7 to 4.
In tlio necind match the Annuls won
from the Muhockx 3.2 nfter n very ex
citing HtrugKle. Tho fnns wero kept
oil their feet nil tho time The Asahls
are now n clusv second In the pennant
C. A. U
Ping Kong, If .
Tan Low, 2b ..
Knn Yen, nn ..
King Hong. 3b
Tin Yen, c ....
t'hln Duck, cf .
Ah Clieong, lb
Wong Pin, rf .
With Kal, p ...
Totals 33 4 0 3 24 10 f,
Costa, cf ... 4 1110 0 1
Joseph, Hi 4 1 0 0 12 0 1
Gomes, 2I 3 0 1 0 2 0 1
Phillips, rf 4 10 10 0 0
Uracil. If 4 12 0 0 0 0
Wlkoll, 3b 3 1112 11
lVrrelrn. c 3 2 0 18 0 0
Quintal, ss 2 0 0 0 3 G 1
Morse, l 3 0 0 10 0 0
Totnls 10 7
r. fi 27 12 f
C. A U.
mini 0 12 0 10
0 0 04
0 2 0 C
linsii hit 0 0 3 0 0 1
lluns 2 110 0 0
llasc lilts 002011
1 2 7
0 1 C
Two-bne hits, filing Duck 2, nrnsh.
Gomes; sncrlllce hits, Tan Low, Kan
Yen, Wlkoll; left on liases. C. A. U. 7,
Palamas 7; double play. Quintal to Wl
koll; bases on hulls, off Wall Kal i,
Morse 3; struck out, by Wall Knl 4,
Morse 1; passed halls. Tin Yen 3, Fer-
relrn I. Time of came, 1 hour 31 min
utes; umpire, II Chllllngworth; scorer.
aii n mi sii po a
Anltl, Sh ..
S N'odn, 2b
T Morljiimo. If-P
KuJIinu, rf 4
Totnls 31 3 7 1 27 2
Kolmlnwal. If 3s. 0 0 0 0 0
Oh Hook, cf 2 0 1 0 2 0
Komal. 2b, 4 "0 0 0 3 1
Onndros, cir 3 1 1 1 0 0
Leung Iloon. If ...a 1 0 1 1 0
t. Tin, :n . . j. 4 1 2 1 4 4
N. Peterson, lb ,,4 0 0 0 G 0
Wing Kee, ss .....1 0 0 0 1 1
Xuvler. i 4 0 0 112
riores, c 4 '01083
Akto, rf 3 0 2 2 10
Totnls 34 2
7 0 27 11 4
llaso hits 1 1 2 0 1
Ituns 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 21
llaso hit 0 0 1 2 1
Tno-liaso hits. Arakl 2, Morlynma
1'lorts; sncrlflce hits, Imanakn 2; left
tin bases, Asnhls S, Muhocks 2; doublo
piny, Xnlir to I. Tin; first baso on
balls, off T. Morljnma 0, C. Morlynma
1, Xavler 3; wild pitches, Xnvler
struck out, by T. Morlynma 3, C. Mori
jama 4, Xuvler 0; InnliiRs pitched, by
T. Moriyama D, C. Morlynma 4; hits off
T. Morljnnm 4, C. Moriyama 3. Time
of Rame, 1 hour !0 minutes; umpire,
It. ChlllliiRwnrth; scorer, N. Jnckson.
IMPROVEMENT CLUB TO
TAKE UP LEASE QUESTION
Tho Kuliala Improvement club was
formed at a mooting of residents liv
ing oi wllli property hiteresls In tho
Kuliala district, beyond 'Diamond
Ilend, hold In tho sonata chamber lus
Sntiiiduy afternoon, Tho clubs starts
out with tho following officers: p.
Klnmp, president; I.. Touno)-Pecl;,
vlco-picHldent; V.. IZ Paxtou, tieusur
cr; W. II. Hooks, seciolnry, J. W.
Piatt, .1. .1. Ilolser mill Kiod Smith
Tho particular object of tho club
now Is to tnko up plans for seeming
an extension of leases from Queen
I.lllunkulnnt. Upon her death, (ho
properly will rovert to thn lllshop es
tate nnd tho lessees wish to make ni
iniigements with tho queen nnd the
estate for tho desired extensions.
Other general fmprovemont mattcis
will ho taken up.
1 Hundreds of llah In Stump hike at
Nashua, N II, wore found lining tho
bnlikB, victims ol the recent hot
Johnnv Williams lit the Seattle nlno
take, nnnther ramu on July 27th, nfter
holding them ilu..n for. IlMi JnnliB,
when the Miens 1 m,n to llnil him
nnd wem ensl'v by the score of 11-4.
Victoria. caniH Inch strong In the sev
enth, when they managed to Ret three
men ocr the plnte
Williams had to be taken out In tho
seventh, when MeCniniiicnt took his
n. it e
Victoria 4 9 0
Seattle 11 11 1
Uotterles Williams, McCnmment and
Orludle; Kackcrt and Shea.
Tho dnv beforo ibis the Seattle team
won another game from the, Victoria
tinm Thfa time It wnfc n much closer
unmo; the Seattle nlno won, i.3. Mc
Crecry, who wns In the box for the
lo"ers, walked flvo men, threo of whom
scored. It wns nn body's gnmo up to
the elRhth, when tho Senttles forced
themseUes nhend. Score!
rt. n n
Vlctorln 18 2
Seattle ! 8 1
llatterles Met'reery nni Dcxogt;
rullerton nnd Shea.
On July 28th the Victoria nlno had
better luck nnd went In nnd plnjeil n
good Knme, bringing homo tlm Inure Is
by the score ot 8-4 ngnlnst Seattle
Victoria did some hemy hitting tint
day, piling up fourteen nnd knocking
two pitchers out of the box. Wlgg
was tho first; ho lasted only three
Innings. MiCresney did flno work fnr
tho winning team In the box. Umirtrn
ll.ilniiK.'irti'll sent Mil loll of Seattle out
of tho Riimn In the first Inning nnd
fined him f2G for arguing. Score:
n. ii. n
Seattle 4 8 0
Victoria .N 8 14 3
Untterles WlgRs, Seaton. Shea nnd
Spencer; McCrcsney nnd Devout.
Standing of teams In tho Northwest
nit Tt t
Captain W II. Winters nnd funlly
left for the Ctnst tills, inoinlng by the
irhnsttirt tliufurtl 'tiititnin Wlnttrhis
been lmtrtictirln iifllltfi'ry Menep nWl
tnetlcs ni tile Kiimihaininti Bthtiols for
the p-ist lhree;enrsj Ourlllg this time
he has'inndo the cndeinitailon of the
school one Of" tlitr best ot Its kind In
tho United States.
Tor three years ho has been tlrlll
master and a ery Interested person In
the w elf ire of athletics at tho school
He has been chairman of tho nthletlc
nssoclntlon for thi past ear, nnd has
put the nssoclntlon on n good footing
llnnnclnlly to stnrt oft the next ttrm
Whllo nt the school ho matlo a n.imo
for himself for the way ho h id l.ri.tiRlit
up the battalion to a first-class mili
tary orRanlpatlon. It has liein plicetl
In Class A of the military schools,
which Roes to show that his work has
been highly successful.
The bojs are sorry to loso him, ns he
was a Rood friend to all who knew him,
and his wife was nlso popular with tho
Just prc Inns to the closing of school
the endet battalion presented Captain
Winters with a km loving cup, nnd the
Cadets of Company A presented him
with n valuable Hawaiian quilt, to show
their aloha for him.
Captnln Winters goes to Join his reg
iment, tlio Third Cavalry, now station
ed nlong tho border. Ho eNpects to
pnss through here on his way to Ma
nila In December.
Lieutenant Turner of Co 151, Const
Artillery Corps, will tnko his pluto nnd
Is now residing nt tho school.
REV. MR. SMITH AT WAILUKU.
WAII.UKU, Aug. . llov. n, i:.
Smith or tho Methodist Church, Ho
nolulu, pieachad to a Miry largo con.
grugntlon or tho Union Chinch held
ut tho Wailuku Kliuleig.n ten last
Sunday evening. Tho B.ikor for
uhout nn hour delivered a veiy nlilo
and powerful rennoii which was lis,
toned to iiuiEt attentively h his
1'onrcis. Uov. Ml. Smith alsti spuko
nt the Pal a Church in tho muiiilug,
Itev. Dr. Scuddor wns also piesent
and he tend tho hlblo lessons. The
nastoi. llov. II. 11. Dodgo made tho
opening prnjer. Dr. Doiomus ScucV
dor of Central Union Church, Ilouo
lulu, will speak at tlio samo placo next
Anyone found trespassing or
shooting on the Waialae ur
Kahala lands will be prosecut
ed to the full extent of the law. I
PAUL R. ISENBERG.
July!, 1911. "9Ctt-"
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You'll find '.they're all cnoj fel
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"it's the Fashion"
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The Wall Beautilier
Old, dingy walla ara mada
brigjit, fresh and attractive by
the uie of thla superior knlso
tnlne. DEKORATO la raady for In
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Call and sea ua about It.
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177 8. KING STREET
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