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i? Txv't-w n" jT 7 "s 5 " "jJP!" r V 1K 'J " V' ,y" S EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 20, 1895. .mp- - . i-T-r Tf " "fK." r f S 4 -. fe V Tiff "I3VHN' STKIMIKX." Tin; Ivmus ICrlii: Down the Un known to tin1 Tunc of 11 to J Poor Vlultlliiff the Cause Captain Thompson of tho Un knowns hied himself behind tho grand stand several times on Sat urday and employed a certain small boy to kick him for having in his nine men who, through care lessness or something else, allowed tho Kamchameha students to score ten runs in the last four innings of tho game. The students have been putting in some of their spaio time during tho past week in practice on tho old grounds, so thoy were prepared to take advantage of any bad play ing or errors on tho part of tho Un knowns. Mahuka had the direc tion of the praotico games and had his men thoroughly posted on flies, bunch hits, etc., and when tho time arrived for an exhibition of their prowess they did it to tho satisfac tion of themselves and their friends in tho grand stand. Tho result of tho game ' docs not carry with it any great amount of glory considering the fact that tho Unknowns neither batted nor field ed up to their standard. Willis at first played a good game throughout and Thompson made a catch that caused tho spectators to riso in their scats and applaud him with oil their might. Tho distin guishing features of tho game, how ever, were tho general bad playing' of tho Unknowns in tho sixth and seventh innings. Following is the score: Kamekameiias. nam us. All. II. I1II. O. A. E. Pahtut.c 5 3 2 3 0 0 Orowell, c.f 5 3 2 1 0 0 Bridges, b.s.... 4 2 2 14 0 Mnhukn,2b 5 1 1 1 3 3 Lemon, p 5 0 0 0 2 0 Aen, l.f.: ..5 0 12 0 0 Ahia, 3b 5 0 0 12 1 Davis, lb 4 1 1 11 3 0 Liiwelnue, r.f 1 12 2 0 0 Total.. 12 111127 11 1 Unk.vou .vs. NAMES. All. II. MI. O. A. E. Willis, lb fi 12 0 0 0 White, af 4 0 12 0 0 Duncan, l.r 4 0 0 0 0 0 Thompson, 2b 1 0' 1 1 2 1 Prjce.BH 1 2 12 3 2 Aiwohi, o 1 0 0 0 0 0 Itlirnndii, r.f 3 0 0 0 0 2 Woods, i 4 0 1 2 1 1 Clark, 3b 1 112 10 Total. 3G 1 7 27 10 0 SCOIIK I1Y i.nninos: 128450789 Kamebamelms 0 0 0 10 3 0 1 011 Unkuowns 11001000 14 Runs earned Knmg, 5; Unknowns, 3. Bnaes on balls By Lemon, 1; by Woods, 1. Struck out By Lomon,2; by Woods, 8. Loft on bases Kams, 5; Unknowns, 5. Two-bnso bits-Willis, 2i Woods, 1. Threo-baso bits Crowell, BridRes, La welawo. Double play Bridges, Mahuka and David. Pussod balls By Pahau, 2; by Aiwohi, 2. Umpires H. M. Whitnoy, Jr., and Gcorgo Lucas. Timoofgamo 1 hour, 30 minutes. Oam ti Club'. Played. 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In a Uuu that has been jucty applied by mny to hi treat ment given subjects in the New Standard Dictionary A,clo7.-n new ways of Hi dine the word you want. A sol tlfi Alphabet to aid in tije iruiin elation. Is recognized authority. E8 For partlcu'ars address - A. W. EVANS, Agent, 1318-lru General Delivery P. O. JONES. E. A. JUNES. THE HAWAIIAN itiMociitCiL Hare for sale a few Shares ol PAIA SUGAR STOCK. HAWAIIAN BUQAR CO. STOCK. Also, HAWAIIAN GOVERNMENT and let Mortgage SDGAR PLANTA TION BONDS. sTj7" For particulars apply to The HawtlltB Si(4 Depoilt and Invest- mem Company, NO. 408 FORT STREET. California and Hawaiian Frnit AND PRODUCE COMPANY. Opp 0. R. & L. D.poi, 'n King Sr.tf. Groceries, Provisions an-t Ice Hoiie Goods, Fish, Vegotablun, Frozen OyaU-ri, Etc.. received by every steamer from San Francisco and Vancouver. Tue Shipping Trade supplied. Geo Cavanagh, - Manager. mm- TELEPHONE No. 765 N. F. BURGESS ! now prepared to repair Garden Hom, Sprinklers, Water Tap, etn. Saw Filing nud all kind of Toots sharpened, Inoiuii ing (Jarring Knives and bcUora; Lawn vioer a specialty: also Setting Glass; in (Aital kinds of lobbing. Work called for .ml -Htunied King ap 8W Muhisl Tele- BOOMS JUID SOARS. ROOMS AND BOARD irv for a few persons ean be MsssWtsia had at Ilanlwal, on Um Wsi-MSilB klki beach. W. S. UARTIMM tTLETO 1175-tt Proprietor. mil' llonns A. ."5a' nV, .L ..i.A....!u...'"i... .i'J, .' ,'i,.J ELEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE n A W A I I A N JOCKEY CLUB JUfrE. 11, 1895. Official Programme , l. RACES TO COMMENCE AT 10 A. M. SHARP. 1st BICYCLE RACE. Piim: Mda . valued at $10 E"-tr-nre feefl SO I mlledsbh Free for all. 2d-BICYCLE RACE. Prise: Medal, valued at $30 En franco fee $1.0. Smlledash. Frcefor all. 8d-HONOLULU PURSE, $200. Running Race J K mile dash. Freo for all. Mi-merchants jpujise, 1200. Trotting and Pacing, lo Harneso: "MO Class; mil heats, 3 in 5. Free for all. 5th ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP, $2Ti0 ADDED. ' Rnnnlng Kar; I mio dssH. Frc for alt. Winner of nm to teat rcord qf Angle A(l:4S)aud nxelvnA) oztrn. 6th-KAPIOLANI PARK PDRSE $2C0. Trottlne and Paring to Harness; mlla heat, 3 in 5. Freo lor all. 7th OCEANIC S. S. CO.'S CUP, . $150 ADDED. Itnnniiw Race; JX mile fash, an I3ru. HawalU dttirOY RACE, PURSE $100 1 inlindali, for all Ponies 14 hands or under. 9th KALAKAUA CUP PURSE, $150. Running Raco; lmilo dsh, for Hawaii an Bred Horrcs owned by members of the Club Winner to accept $100 in lieu of Cup. Cup becomes the property of to person winning it twi e. bhonlri. the prrw who hus won It once and ngal'i this me-ting, he wl 1 rece ve lit Hru of Cup $U0 tosetner itb U0 adord Win ner of Cup first time will receive $150 and credit for one race. 10th JOCKEY CLUB PURSE. $150. 2:50 Glass; mllo heats, 2 in 3. all. Free for Uth PRESIDENT WIDE MANN'S CUP, 8150 ADDED. Running Race, 1 mile dash for all. Free All entries sre to be made with the Becrotary b-foro 1 HURSOAY, Juno 0. 1805 Kntranco fees to lie 10 trcent. of purse, unless otli-rwl-e spcvllied. gwr- All Races to b rrni or trotted ander the rules of the Hawiillun Jockey Clnb. , ' cm- All Horses are cxpeiteil to start, unless withdrawn by 9 o'ekek a. m. oq lano 10, 1835 Qene'al Admission .. 50 Cents Brand Stand (Kxtra) 60 Ct nta-and II Carriages (inside ol courso) each .... $2.60 Quarter Stretch Dadgrs $5 S. G. WILDER, Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club. 13d"-td EMPIRE SALOON, Corner Nuuanu and Hotel Ste. E. N. REQUA, Manage! Choice Wines, Liquors, Ales, PORTER8, ETC., ON DRAUGHT. Half and Half on Draught. Hand-made Sour Mash A SPECIALTY. & Chance for Horsemen roa bai,e 1 Latest Impiovod Frailer Solky TVRh ?neumatio Wiietis. Also, 1 Sal Bail Baaing High Wlis.bJ. All In First-class Order. Inquire of 1321-tf O. W. MAOi'ARLANE. INDURINE A COLD WATER PAIST A SUBSTITUTE FOB OIL PAINT AND WHITEWASH. 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This is for OUTSIDE Work Buuh uli Fences, Outbuildings and Laborer's Quarters. It is a thick puut to bo diluted with cold water; stands rain und exposuro as well as o 1 ).unt, and costs but a fraction as much It is iro-rcsistinc as it con- tuns no oil, and has no equal as a light rcllector in dark- basements, d unp cellars and similar places. It i supplied in colors. .... FOR SALE BY ... . s 1 IVI.Ii. 1, IIJVEITH3JD A for the Hawaiian Islands Tour doetox will tell you It la the . eafeat diet for baby FOR SALE BY THE HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D, Agentajfor the Haweilan Islands. MERCHANT - TAILOE Fine Casslmeres, Serges, ' White Linens, Eto. Suits Made to Order ON SHORT NOTICE. CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING ' AKDU " f3o&Vuuanu Streev J. RWLN4IHI 20 lbs. W of o Nestle's l ClilO! S'l YLE! FINISH I ' t QUALITY ! Men's "Wearing Apparel to be found in 'all the Suite made by Joluiston & Sto rey. Mr. Storey was for some years one of the best known cutters on the Coast, consequently tho best dresn ed men in town .wear clothes made by Johnston 6 Storey, 4 13 Fort, Streat W. W. AHAMA. Hercbant Tailor, 33 ZTvlvlsux-vx atat. FUSE SUITINGS Katflsb, Sut and AiMtcii Goeia, 8tyl and Fit OuaranUed. Gleaning & Repairing Intnal Tele. 868. P. 0. Box 111. IM2-ra Beautiful Horses ! The Celebrated Bayswater Stallion "lV.-3STHOHJ.'' Also the Splendid SPAN OF GRAYS By "Ivanhoe" are for sale. Apply to QKORGE HOUGHTAILING, 1801-lf Bay Horse Stables. "SAVE MONEY" C. 3. -COXiX-iaTB, THJC WLr-KWOWN Practical Carriage Trimmer (Has no coonection with any car rlag shop.) TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Fonders, Dashes, Storm Aprons, Etc., at Lowest Possible Prices, and Workmanship of the Rest. I use First-class Material of my own im porting. Manufacturer of all kinds of Harness. Workshop 210 King Street nearMannakea. P. O. Box 106. W. M. SMITH, BJleot.rioia.rL. -WILL PUT IN- Blectric Bells Dining-room Bells, Burglar Alarms, Private Tloph6nes, Everything in the Electric ' Line. 13 Refers to E.O.Hull & Son, where orders may be left. Beach flonse To Lat A FURNISHED HOU8K i.r il-i. . W "' leBe 8t ithwiki peacn, a lew min nteu1 wulr fmm ttxA .... car. It has Cook House, Bath ,th House aad Oo?1! ,8w Bathing. Houaehold UteoaBa and Dishes are alToonipleU. Rooms may beletwlthbathiDKprtTneBes, if thqwhoft nfAiTiInpa m.r nf &!& Hare other Houses in town and suburbs to let, furnished and nnfarnisbed. Also. BaiMincr Lnt l,.u Inquire of DAVID DAVTON. 1277-if T .. -mr '.' i't Mrnhnt street THIS PAPER HS&FBlA E. C. genoy, w ana M MerdunVjJiTjaisjntei: San Pranolsco.CaRfonUa. wbsaJionUsS lor adrertisimc taataKftV A& .- 'iMbi s' -i i H k -s ) n i v. yf-f t'TmmMWWtimfmm-' ttf - - y &mkkMi&iMMt) ''i!6i!