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ICVKNTNO EFT,: KTIN. HONOLULU T. II.. MONDAY, Al'G. 20, 1 0 7 .
n 1 hIM If J B RD TO IE w BUSINESS DIRECTORY MUSIC Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner. All orders should be left at the Ha waiian Nuwb Co., Young hhlg. Phone 294 or cor. Alakea and Hotel Sts. , ! DRESSMAKING. LOCKSMITH. ' Mrs. S. Cofrea, fashionable dress See Hastings for repairs of Locks, maker and modiste. Hand-made Keys, Mimic Boxes, Sharpening of embroidery. 1811 Punchbowl St., Fine Cutlery. Roar Union Grill. ,, Hawaiian nursery. 3778-lm REPAIRING. Mme. Lambert, the Parisienne Dress- " maker, has removed to 452 Miliar Umbrella re-covered and bras, pol g m K, gt 8h dfe reaa. ishou. ort Bt enable pric,. 3C97-lm BARBER SHOP. PAPER-HANGER ' For . nlceTTm'ooth shave call at the For first-class paper-hanger and house Criterion Shop. 1111 Fort St. Pn!nter- Win. E. Pmkuli, Phone White 271. . tf The Weekly Edition uf the Evening ' Bulletin gives a complete summary of PLUMBING, the news of the day. ' ' 1 '- Yee Sing Kee Plumber and Tinsmith, Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin. Smith St..Jot. Hotel" and Pauahl. Fop Sale A well built modern house on Gulick Avenue,- Kallhi, a short distance from the King Street car line. Contains! seven rooms, including two large bed rooms. The interior is finished in natural wood and the ceilings are un usually high, .The entire house is , mosquito proof. ' All the outbuildings servants' quar ters, stables, and chicken run are in good condition. :i . ft t The lot is 50x190. I .. , ... ... " PRICE $3,000.00 Cash or Time. Bishoo Trust Co,. LIMITED. 924 BETHEL ST. DAVID DAYTON 137 MERCHANT STREET. LOTS FOR SALE IN KAPIOLANI FARK ADDITION and Other Desirable Localities. HOMES FOR SALE ON WILDER and GULICK AVES. No Reasonable Offer Refused. THE JAPANESE Labor Union Employment Office supplies all Na tionalities to plantations, contractors and shipping. YOSHIKiWA, 1G3 KING ST. manufactured from pure distilled wa ter. Delivered to any part of city by courteous. drUers. OAHU ICE AND EUCTBIC CO., Kewalo. Telephone 528 wfin"TrPatv CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, ALAKEA STREET. All classes of Building Work promptly and carefully executed Office 'Phone Blue IfcOl. Residence 'Phone 1724 P. II. Burnettt;. Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer: Beal Estate: Mt'if. Loans: Collec tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lic enses. Office 79 Merchant St. Fhone 310. MANICURING, SCALP TREATMENT AND FACIAL MASSAGE. roma. n. pahis mo roiiT sr. !Im4 U.-OM of nil l"SKir, (in- in iiinf.ii'liiif d by lb" H'dleUu Cult EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. I For house-help, phone White 2301, Ma ! kikl. General Employment Olllco', cor. Penuacola and Beretania. JiLace Curtains o o o o o You can afford, to throw away your old curtains and F buy new ones considering the prices we are selling them for this week. Fine Nottingham Lace Cur- tains from 50c to $3.50 a pair. See window display. V o o o o o o o o t Yee Chan & Co., 2 O KING AND BETHEL STS. O A Really New Photograph Gallery Monday we opened a gallery that Is up-to-date In every particular. Spec ial department for finishing Kodak Films, and making enlargements and films. Special care given work done for amateurs. We give you settings in Japanese costumes, if you wish. A guarantee of first class work Is given. FUJI .Photograph Gallery, Upstairs. Union Street, corner Hotel. Dr. J. E. Santos, the . BICYCLE DOCTOR. Phone 361. For Rent 1 EEO AUTOMOBILE L. HOP. Phone 549. Steam Bread The' largest Joaf and the BEST in town. White Baker. Vienna Bakery PHONE 197. STtlHWAT, SI Ann AND OTHER PIANOS. THAYER PIANO CO. 1G6 HOTEL, STREET. Phono 218. i TUNINO GUARANTEED, 6 FRESH CUT FLOWER3 ON HAND AT ALL TIMES. SEED FOR 6AwE. Mrs, E, M. Taylor YOUNG BUILDING TfL. 310 Tli WecMy Edition of the Evening 1 (lullitin (jivin a conilut summary of ! rr of the 6y, SI. LOUIS fEl (HHPS OF )7 K1S 10SE TO TRAILERS Once again we must acknowledge that Pat Gleason is the classiest base-' ball captain and manager that there is in Sugar Cane tlaseball League. For the third consecutive season the tenm under this foxy baseballist lias brought home everything that has been of- tered in the way of a prize. This bunch under Pat has demonstrated that it was not all Harney Joy that von their games for them. They have played the most consistent baseball of 1 ln p.enson anil on 1'orni deserve nil the credit that is due them, nushnell, Soares, Williams, En Sue, Kvers, J. Fernandez, Aylett, Hruns niwl IjiiiIm (hp nlhpr nicinliers of the team, should all have the mit extend- ed to them as they all played ball and worked to the advantage of the team trying all the timo and never saying die. nushnell, the little pitcher, has done remarkably well and aided by good support and a" hard lot of stickers behind him, he has been able to pull out many games that had the appear ance of defeats. As to the Season of 1907 there is not much to say. There seems to be some thin!; lacking that goes to make inter est in the games. The players are lacking in enthusiasm and of course the spectators can not be worked up it the players themselves do not show an inclination to play their best. Some thing must be done to put the game on the same basis that it was .Iji 19U3. The coining of the Coast team should give the game a big boost and if it is followed up by the proper management or me ieague next seitsuu suuu iuov i ball with a big attendance should he the result. The surprise of the season has been the good showing of the Dia mond Head club. It was thought that they did not have a look in and In the end they came within an aco of taking the pennant. Barney Joy's pilgrimage to the Coast has done much to interest the local players and we would not be surprised to Bee him followed by Hampton and livers and probably Router. The first two are the fastest ball players here today. Hampton for his all around good work and Evers for his grand fiehiiiig. Sureiy the latter ia hard to heat when it conies to nailing base hits. KAMS LOSE TO PUNS. The Pimahou team has been the dis appointment oi! the season. This team started with the brightest prospects and blowod up like a toy balloon. They have been poorly handled and have showed little or not spirit, oftentimes coming to the grounds short handed. Saturday this aggregation succeeded in nipping all aspirations that the Kam team had on the championship i.onors, Had Bill Van's nine took this game they would not have won the ras as the Saints succeeded In doubling up the Diamonds in the last came and tills was enougn ui give was first (iloason's men place in the Luaguo race. The Hampton-Williams combination was' too much for the Kam stickers and the latter got but four well scat tered bingles off Williams. This lad can throw some ball when Bill Ham is on the receiving end. Reuter, for the Kams, was not all that was ex pected of him and the seven hits and ibreo liases on balls that ho allowed were too much for the Kanis and they lilt the dust to the tune of 7-2. Hampton's all around work was tliu foal lire of the first gmiio. Ho faced Keuler four times, got two bingles and walked twice. Ho stole three lias"H and made three runs for his team. In I he first spasm Ham made trouble for Ibe Kams. He was the (list mail up Mole second, and went lo third on 1). Desha's blngle and completed the cir cuit when i.ota at third Irxited Kla's ground lilt ball. on third was the weak sister I ur his team and through his poor Holding tho Cops s -oil more than one run. After I), lundia hud scored the hi'iiiiiil run lor the l'linn In the wry liiid li looked blue lor llio Kam and us ih name progn-hHt-il II was mi n thai they hud lit 1 1 - or llu oh, nice lor iho naiiii'. Tb" I'miH scene. io hli i n lln M'Ciliil nlld "lie I aril hi '.he iu mill. i, hih mid iiimh. j. .in-; nr. ii.i.'. .I lo r i a i in Hie iUi-I mid i in . . . de l in yciinit; moult.! In Ihlnl ei a 1 .... i 1 1 , i . . A In Hi'.'iHiil mnl irainl on u p.i.u Ihiu iiud I' lid.- Hi V SPORTS I first by Winne. Tlu Kama liiiinauod to gather their Kccnnri rounder in the ninth, when Captain Van completed the circuit alter punching out a poach of a three-eimhlon shot. The game as a whole wan poorly played and caused but Utile interest. Carter booked the game as follows: ..pi'NAiiors. AH H Bll Sli () A Hampton, c, 2 3 2 3 6 3 J. Dosha, 2b 4 12 13 3 E. Dosha, 8b 5 0 1 0 2 2 Kia, cf 4 u 0 2 2 0 Wlnnefl lb 3 0 0 0 12 0 .1. Williams, p. .. .4 0 0 0 0 2 Sumner, rf. 4 0 0 0 0 0 A. Williams, ss. ..4 2 2 0 0 3 V. Dosha. If. .....3 10 12 1 J oiais ,,,33 7 7 7 27 14 KAME11A.MKI1 AS. AO ltlill Sli O A Lemon, if. Miller, SS. ...4 ...4 Jones, c 2 Vannalla, 2b. ....3 Lota, 3b. ...,...,.4 Kuhlna, lb 4 0 0 18 0 0 0 1 0 0 Fiunkett, rr. neuter, p. . Kern, cf. . . 3 3 3 Totals . ....30 2 i 4 27 18 4 rUNAHOUS. 123456789 Huns 'li. II. 21 '2 0 1 0 1 0 0 17 . .2". 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 7 KAMEflAMEIIAS. i; 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 X 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 2 o'o i o i o i o : 4 SUMMARY. hn n, it Two-base hits J. Dosha, E. Desha. Three-base. hiUf-Vminatta. Wild pitch .1. Williams. Base on ' balls-Heuter 3, J. Wil liama 2. p Sacrifice hits Hampton, Winne, D. Desha, Jones, Plunkett, J. Desha, J. Williams. Passed balls Junes 1. Struck out Reuter 4, J. Williams 7. Double plays D.1 Desha-Winne. IlilFIHSS SCORED Talk about your merry go rounds and iilugging fosts and every other old thina that might be applied to a base ball game! Just take a pipe at the run, base-hit and error column below in the game played by the Saints and Diamonds and you will see that it was a riue-net comedy that was certainly the limit. There were enough hits, rui.s and errors made in His game to play three ordinary games and then some. Clown Leslie was landed on for a total of twelve blngles and his team behind him made twelve errors and in all seventeen runs were scored oft him. What a great wind-up for a baseball season. The worst game played. It was quite a contrast to the game played between the same two teams on the Saturday previous, but. there was nothing to win or lose in this r.aine and the players went at their work as if they did not care whether , , sciuhm nepi ui uui it would no a u.u.e,, u u to .- uioe mis game m uuii mm u .. to say that run alter run was piled up on hard sticking and poor fielding by both teams. The Saints took the lead and held it throughout and won us they pleased. The features of the game were Ay lott's running catch in center ami the catching at the plate' of Kn Sue, the fleet Chinaman, when ho tried to come homo on Hampton's throw to second and Fernandez's perfect return of the , ball to the plute. The summary Is as follows: DIAMOND HEADS. AliUUH SU O A Hampton, c. 4 0 0 1 4 4 Fernandez, ss. 2 0 0 1 PERFECT Tooth Psv Clonnsoa und beatltlflen tba UoUl UllCi Jjuril.ua uw 1 .J1 ... . L. . Uutd '07 pnnfl of ref.neniPiit for over' a thinner of a ot utvi;', Cciivoniont for tov.rietii. KR( H '(I.U bV CJ. '7. ' f t' 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 1 0 1 1 , Jonah, if o Leslie, it 4 1 Clark, 31) 5 1 Sopor, lb 5 1 OlmoB, cf 5 0 2 ! g I Croof, if. .1 1 Totals .41 8 10 1 27 21 12 i.oris. ST. All K UH SI! O A j4" D,K ' "" Kvers, ss. ...4 ...4 ...5 ...4 . . .2 ...4 Bushnell, p. Williams, 2b Gloason, cf. Aylett, d. . Louis, rf. . . Hruns, Jh. . 0 1 5 3 0 04 2 2 0 3 Lo On, If 3 2 Soares, c 4 1 Totals 40 17 12 C 27 13 7 ST. LOUIS. 12345G789 Runs 2 1 0 0 0 4 2 0 217 .H 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 112 DIAMOND HliADS. 123450789 Runs 0 0 0 1 1 5 0 0 18 a II 0 2 0 2 1 4 1 0 010 SUMMARY. Two-base bits Kn Sue, Dusliuell. Three-base hits Darcy, Kvers. llase on bulls Ix-slle 7, liushnoll 3. Sacrifice hits Kvers, Louis, Lo On, i. onrcs. Passed bulls Hampton 2, Soares 1. StiMc'it out Leslie 4. ton bio plays Leslle-Kernandez- Sope". Dalit Uushnell. an mi tue stud Jerry Darcy has all the ear-marks of a professional. This lad has a great baseball future if ho only has the head to realize It. a a Kia speared a fly ball in center with one mitt that looked good for a hit. :. t n Three errors for Evers in a single pnnie. That Is more than he has made during the whole season. But.it was every player's day for hits, errors and runs Saturday and he may be excused. U 1 8 Hampton was on the receiving end for two teams Saturday. The Dia - monds were short Davis and Ham was allowed to take his place. Ham had his troubles with the Clown and found I: I m a hard man to catch. :: B Fielding records were put to the bad Saturday, but bitting averages went up. n Aylett made a grand catch of Crook's Hy in center and robbed the tatter of a hit. n Bill Van topped oft his season with i pretty three-cushion shot. b a a (Iloason's superior head work has done much to win for his team the jhampionsliip. m mm The crews representing the Healaiil and Myrtle Boat Clubs are pulling boat every night in the harbor and the waterfront presents a busy scene when the two clubs get out all of their crews mid begin to train. The Healaui Club especially are putting in hard licks tind they surely can not say that It was the lack of practice if they lose out on Regatta Day. This club has c.rewg ,ml evcry niKllt training for i( Jln, F,eshmtu auJ air ' . . , K.rnnl? . ... cnch Oar. They have strong men in cacn boat and are being well handled by. the staff of coaches. It Is an even bet that the Blue and White take half the races this time. The Myrtles are not overlooking anything and they also are training as if their lives depended upon the out-rom-3 of these races. They are work ing with a will and no doubt will go into all of (lie races in the same shape as they have shown In the last lew years. Their crews are all made up ami at present are rowing as" follows: Keiili.rs- Itnb Hughes, bow; L. Fn- !derwoud, No. 2; .1. Johnson, No. .'1; J, i-addlgmi, No. 4; F. A. lleckert, M). u; F. F. lleckert, No, It, Juniors-11. Williams, bow; I. Spald ing, No. 2: II. CbillliiKworth, No. 3; T. Ilonmi, No. 4; T. Cooper, No. 5; C. Jlerkort, No. 8. Freshmen I.. Kenton, Ilow; J. Wil liams, No. 2; ). TownesHiid, No. 3; C. Hleksi.ii, No. 4; K. Hehaofer, No. f.; I), ( a n i or. No. ft. I'liir Oar, Heiihii'-O. Ciwlcr, V. I.yle, Fair liar, Junior- Kml, K. lliowu, lieu. Cn.jler Is roiU'liiliK llu Keillors, W. I. vie the .liliil"Hi and A. F..nt Ibe I !'. I- t: t li II. 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