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nvnNiNa bulletin. Honolulu, t. h., tiiuiisday, july tr., 1909.
i i -.RainlN !jwJJ . 1 rViJI l. Sil.'J kJi 3J. 7 HE Tr7--S -w - 'iT .. 11,-1. fc .j (,, f.i 3 '1. ijfijQj TTirSlB C OWl! TIME to Paint. Make your build ings bright and,clean this Spring. We have the best and most eco nomical, paint for you to use. , SHERWIH-WlLLHMS ., PAINT, PREPARED, Mhe oaint that $Kt spreads farthest, S,wcars'lonKest, -jIooks ocst. iviaae tof mirest materials. i-'Iiflj'Sf; i " A record of forty --" years oi good paint making behind it. SHERWIN'WlLTTfMS Dm 1 ., T p- HAVE THE LARGEST SALE OF I M I ft I O AHY PAIHTS IN THE WORLD E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd. Brass. Beds $20 Each and up J.Hopp&Co. 185 King St Potties Urine powders A'Suie and Safe Kid ney Regulator. ' .".JIHUIn I'ML W.I iji.d.jl1&. ? aV VEllHjHHHHAiS A& MaBB i-s: . isj., Nt.-rTw.i-jSij ggS Blood Tonic To Cool and Purify the Blood. "" 1 " Th"!? tvo Remedies are necessary in a tropical climate. Are given in the feed and water. For Horses that stumble or arc logy and ont of sorts- '.ou cannot do better than give a course of these Remedies H. JOHN POTTIE. Hotel and Union Sts. Let Us Haul Your Freight We have the best facilities for handling freight and other hauling. A trial will prove. , Honolulu Construction &, Draying Co. Phone 281. Office Fort S trect. Opp. W. C. Irwin & Co. The Famous Leg'g'att Bed Spring's Price fiom $5.00 up. Sole Agents for Territory of Hawaii. Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd. Baseball Boxing Boating s PORT Racing Bowling Bowing I MARINES DEFEAT TRANSPORT TEAM GREAT GAME AT 1EAOUE QR0UNDS FINE ROOTING AND EX. CITEMENT HINES AND ANDERSON MAKE PERFECT BATTERY DUNN PITCHES WEIL FOR GOVERNOR'S I8LAND TEAM. !& k;t monuments Safes, SSI iMHHI . JllllllllfM, T r? 'Wm3N&aon rence Hawaiian Iron Pence and Alonajment Works NCXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 1T0-190 K ING S-RE6T PHONE 237. runs because do 'empire Is no use, see?" 'There was nothing doing in the fifth nnd-slxth, but the Governors made one In the seventh nnd tied the tcore. Then what sort of a pande monium broke loose; huts nnd bats went up In. the nlr nnd there was no chance of hearing; the mortars be ing 11 red at Fort linger Just then. When the Marines went up to bat In the second halt of tho seventh they had a do-or-dle expression ton their (aces. It's this way," rcmark cd'.QIbson, who was seated on the bench. "Here Is where something Is going to happen. Either they go up In the air or else we do." Well, tho genial Glbble was cor rect about a balloon' ascension com. Ing off, (or the Governors got It good nnd hard from the first ball pitched In tho seventh, Ko less thnn five runs were scored, nnd the half wets' Bcore then stood at 8 to 3. Tho result looked' n certainty for tho Marines then, nnd many of the One of tho most exciting and at the samo time amusing baseball game that ling been plnyed In this city was brought off at the League grounds jesterdny afternoon, when the Marines played tho Governor Is land team that Is going through to Manila on tho Thomas. Some four hundred men, officers and civilians, Journeyed out to the ball grounds, and the old grandstand looked more crowded than It has for n long time. v The rooters were there In force, nnd, not content with yelling them selves hoarse, hnd brought, fireworks along, nnd at Intervals the noise was deafening. Thero Is always a funny man on each Bhlp, nnd the Thomas Is no ex ception, In fnct the transport carries at least two comedians. ' And they did not do a thing to tho Marines In tho Joshing line, oh, no! "What, that guy mnke first; not on your llfo. He's been too long In tho tropics to be nble to raise n trot," nnd remnrks of that sort dealt out to I he half-wets, who, In turn, would all combine to stare nt n soldier as ho went to bat, and then yell, "Wow! Another recruit; ain't they got noth-l ing but kids on this tenm?" And tho umpire "Phoney" Dn-i vis, "Esq. had n fine time. Coo; why, when ho was not being sur-, rounded by a yelling mob of Ma-l rlnes, the other tenm were putting In their best licks endeavoring to prove that some decision was wrong. Yes, "Phoney" buto hart a gieat'tlme of It, and In trying, to even things up after mnklng a mistake, nlways got Into more hot water with ono team or the other. The rooting was a thing of Joy, nnd It out locM stiirSyat that line of business (Would have been at the grounds they would have learned a thing or two about how to boost a sido along. It was1 unique, and an cyo opener to tho (ew Honolulu citi zens who wcro present. Tho Thomas nlno nil turned out in uniform marked '..'Governor's is Innd," nnd Inquiry elicited the. fact that although the team as const!' ttitt'rt yesterday had, not played to gether for almost a year they had all at one time been stationed nt the post near New York which Is known V, . , . i v The catcher for the Marlnti, who did The llrst threo Innings yesterday) ' wore productho of no runs, nnd tho, oood work In yesterday', gam. at game looked bs If It were going to., th. Leacue grounds. ( be a vory closo one. Hlnes wus hold- ! i??,.,h:.?.0"J !:.t:,?J? 'TUctutors wended their way towards nect with his curveti. Anderson. ANDER80N who has been In tho hospital for some time, past, resumed his old po sition ns catcher, and, considering thnt he,felt far from fit, did remark ubly well. Ills t hi owing to second wus splendid, and he got rid of two men In that manner. Dunn ,the pitcher for the Thomas, did well up to the fourth, when ho was hit up for three runs by Davis, Gibson and Anderson. Sutton, who did tho catching, played n good game up to tho time, he Injured his hand In stopping a hard throw from first, Tho first scoro was made In the fourth by the Thomas team, when they got two men 'homo. At least tho umpire gave ono of the men who scored us sufe at first, when he should hnve been out, and shortly afterwards sent another to, the bench for cutting bases as ho ran thero was u heated argument tor about ten minutes, In which both teams became Involved, Tho Ma rines kicked nbput tho man being called safe at llrst, nnd the Governors howled becnube ono of their men had been put out for cutting cor nets. , However, penco was onco moro re stored, and the game proceeded, for a while without any more trouble Tho Marines made three runs in their fourth nnd were then one run uhend; there were very few rootors on hand for tho Marines, but a smaJl nowsboy did his best to liven things up a bit. His remarks woro to tho point; "Youso can't tieat tie Ma lines; why, doy nre d champecnu of Honolulu. Youse onty got do two MIAM tho cais. They were mistaken In their guess, as things begnn to hap pen In the eighth, when the Gover nor hit up no less than thcee runs, to the great delight of their sup porters. That made the score 8 to C In favor of the Marines, and when tbpv went mi to bat there was a ! marked air of exnectancy about the nine In the Held. However, except ing another blarney about an alleged balk, and yet another dispute re a man running out of the box to swat a ball, there wps nothing doing, and tho 'Murines did not add to their scoio. The Governors also went out one, two thro In tho ninth, and there wub no need for the Marines to go to bat again. The game ended In favor of the Murines by a score of 8 to 6, and the Joy of the half-wets was su- T,en ureme. It was a nno game to watch, tunil tnero Wfia Buim-imiili uuiU6 mi the time. When tho teams were not playing ball there was always' a cir cus of somo kind going on, nnd tho spectators were kept amused one way or the othor. Tho llno;up of both teams was as follows: Marines Hajes, 2b; Gaw, ss; Call, 3b; Davis, cf; Gibson, If; Thompson, rf; Anderson, c; Hlnes, p.; Williams, lb. Tiunsport Thomas Hnlplnc, 3b; Sutton, c; Salinger, If; lleckor, tb; Conway, cf; Fleming, ss;, Lnne, rf; I'ryor, 2b; Dunn, p. Ten and fifteen cent, admission wns charged at the gates, and quite a decent umouiit was netted. There is no Houbt of tho popularity of baseball among tho soldiers nnd sail- !oru of this city. wot: Base BU. July 18: ' Opening of Oahu llnseball League. July 18: Alea vs. Walane. July 2S Ewa vs. Alea. FUtio. (Star Theator) July 24. Sullivan vs. Cordell. (Orpheum) Juy 24: McCollough vs.. Wahllanl and other bouts. Polo. July 24: Oahu vs. Fifth Cavalry. GoU Aug. l: Mclnerny Cup Cricket. July 24: Bishop & Co. vs. Davis ft Co. July 31:' H. C. C. vs. Scotchmen. Kctchel-Papkc Go Was A Close Thing From the accounts of the Papke Ketchell fight that came to hand by the Thomas, It appears that Stanley broke his right hand in the seven teenth round, and had to content himself with throwing In his left whenever possible. Later on Kctcholl knocked his thumb out, and after that the fight seems to hove been nothing more or less than a hugging match. When the decision was given In favor of Ketchell, Pnpke was much astonish ed, nnd In an Interview later stated that he considered he had won the fight. . Ketchcll's claim to tho title of Assassin" seems to be pretty well exploded, and his chanco of becom ing n world's champion heavyweight very slim. "Dearie" ahould have no trouble In disposing of both Ketchell nnd Papke In the same ring, one down the othor to come. It Is about time these 1E8 po'und men got wise to' the fact that it takes a phenomenal man of their claas to stand up against 200 pounds of fight, hs represented by Lll Arth, but what does Ketchell. care about thitt fuel as long ns the loser's end of tho purse goes his way? According to the reports to hand Ketchell tired In the first few rounds, and In the third was looking bad. Evidently there was soino truth In the rumors of high living that wero circulating around tho "Assassin," who failed to Injure Papke, much less kill him.' Ketchell floored Papko In tho tenth round, but MUy quickly Jump ed to his feet once more. In the Uxt round Papke rushed In and clinched. The referee separated them am' they at once clinched again. The referee was busier than either 'of the lighters right through this louml. The latter half of the last tound was occupied In hanging on, with Ketchell doing all the punch ing he could. Roche, the referee, had to drug the men apart at the end of the fight before he could raise Ketchelly's hand In token of succcst.. Just where Ketchell stand, with regard to Jack Johnson should now be fairly plain to everybody, and, barring a frame up as to the number of rounds Stanley will be allowed to stay with the negro, the scrap should be all over In a couple of rounds. Let these middles stick to their own class and leave the big fellows to scrap It out umong themselves. HAWAII'S EXHIBIT VALUABLE ONE for Infants and Children. What is Cast or ia? C ASTORIA Is a harmless substitute for Cnstor OIF, Paregoric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance (Narcotics stupefy). Its age is its guarantee, it destroys Worm and nllajs Fererishness. It cures Dlnrrhosu and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Trouble, cures Constipation and Flatulency. 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The fact of tho matter U that 1 became so much Interested In the exhibit that I hope, upon my next vfslt to the coast to bo ubla to And time to visit Hawaii." ss Bulletin Builneu Offloe Phone 256. Bulletin Editorial Boom Phnne 180. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. .Ente'jed for Record July 13, 1909, llenjaaiin l). Horn! et nl. to Y7. O. Smith ct 1., Tis. ..Amndmt Tr U I. , . . ...! ... , l..l- i rjniiiK iv. nrrirur unu i. m . . 1 .wnllcu Land ..Co., Ltd D Mr. SWAHN Formerly cutter for H. P. Both, is now in charge of L. B. KERR & CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT. In Use For Over 30 Years. ( i$ffi$W& --1 lis The Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator, Has the famous nine-wall construction which keeps the cold air in and the warm air out. Every article of food taken out of a "Leonard" will be found as pure and whole some n3 when put in. Sold by H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Hardware Dept. Tort and Queen Sts. ' l ' :r 'ion and Boys' Clothing Just arrived. Latest New Yoik styles. 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