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EXCLUSIVE AGENTS. 1120 Union Street, near Hotel. TeL Main 315. iVl.;i-iv.i-.T.J BASEBALL SEASON OFF (Continued from Page 9.) Kams. Hamaku, lb. Lemon, p. .. Vanatta, 2b. Keuter, rf. .. Wise, 3b. . . Yates, ss. Plunkitt, If. Koki, cf. ... Kekuewa, c. Total . down the club men to ten hits, but there was such support that the hits though bunched only in the fifth when H. A. C, two doubles and a single netted twoAyiett, cf. ...... . it ov. runs, seemme v cut little nerure in tne ljUU's. u scoring. wimams, ss. Clarence Cooke, who went in in place A.B. R. B.H. P.O. A. E. ..4 1 17 0 1 ...4 0 0 0 1 1 .. 4 0 0 4 4 2 ..3 1 2 3 0 1 .. 4 0 2 2 1 0 . 4 1 0 0 2 4 1 4 0 4 0 1 0 0 3 0 5 0 1 0 2 0 6 24 10 Reuter out; missed his strike. of Steere, opened with a hit but was Joy, p. I T .aol tu IK forced at second a moment later, and j Hansman If iuarcaiiiiio was saie. waiernoaae eoi- Bolster rf. down to the initial bag on his little pryce, 3b. ".. one which was held too long by Wright j and then with the two on bases Desha i .Total . . .. threw Cunha's little bounder nearly down to Beretania street and two scor ed, Cunha following them in a few minutes later, on Castle's little hit. With this start the collegians got against another in the second Hemen way banging one to deep right and scoring on it though Kiley should have stopped him. They, took the lead in the fifth when Marcallino, opening with a double, and hits by Waterhouse, Cunha, .T. Marcal lino and Babbitt succeeding, three be ing thrown in an error or two and two stolen bases, four men chased home. The game was nailed in the sixth when eleven men faced the A.B. .. 3 R. B.H. 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 P.O. 3 3 5 6 2 7 0 0 0 E. 1 0 ' 2 1 0 1 t 2 6 9 26 7 T 00100021 04 00100500 lv S tl i Two-base hit Joy. Sacrifice hits Lemon, Cunha. Stolen bases Hamaku. Struck out Joy 4, Lemon 6. Bases on balls Lemon 1. Wild pitches Lemon 2. Passed ball Kekuewa 1. ..: . DARING PHOTO OF THE FIERY LAKE (Continued from Page S.) somewhat erratic '' jade. Instead en a of maintaining her residence at Kilauea pitcher sne has, since 1878, been fatting from and seven of them scored. It is im- place to place and appears upon moun an intimation of her intended visit, Between 1878 and a period many years possible to imagine anything except a: tains from time to time with scarcely double play that was left out of the inning. Hemenway opened it with a single, Steere, Castle and the two Mar-jprior she lived almost continuously at callinos followed and Hemenway got a i Kilauea: then her nine went out and triple. But mixed in to make the seven j her visits to the old nomestead since runs there were bases on Dans, wiicu that 'year have been uncertain. throws, a blocked ball, commonplace Rufus Lyman, Sr., who was born here errors, all distinguishing the record. hn 1842, says that his father often As if this was not enough in the ninth ten men came up once more, and with two bases on balls, three hits and an error tallied five runs, making the total twenty. .The Mailes started off with a rush taking advantage of the misplays of the collegians as though they were go ing to hold the boards for a long time. Luahiwa got to first on an error of Marcallino and finally scored on an er ror. Mana was out at first but Clark got a life and though, caught at the plate the fielding of the Punahou"? wa3 spoke of the crater being active almost continuously from 1840 until 1868, when severe earthquakes put out the fire and the great mud flow in Kau followed, During that long period of pyrotechnics there were intervals when as many as eight lakes were visible in Kilauea, and at times there was molten lava around the sides of the big pit. On one occa sion when the elder Lyman was in the crater attempting to dip out some lava on the point of 9. stick he nearly lost his life. It seems that the stick was not long enough for the purpose and Few so slow that the three men following he stepped back to tie two together. got to first on infield hits, and finally when Desha sent a little one down to short Babbitt went after it, knocked out Marcallino and wTien the shortstop got the ball he sent it into the crowd and every one made home safely,, net ting five for the inning. It was not till the fourth that another was added, then on the hit of Desha and the error of Soper. Clark's hit and doubles by Kiley and Wright gave two more in the fifth, Clark's and Kiley's hits and Hemenway's error another in the seventh, and a bunch of errors and a long fly another in the eighth. In the As he did so a jet of lava spoute at his feet . and he stepped further back. A moment later the lava caved in, leaving a running stream of fire where he had been standing. When Mark Twain visited the crater in 1866 there were several lakes in ac tive operation, and so weird and dan gerous did it seem to Twain's compan ion that he declined to go down to the crater. After the earthquakes of '68 the crater subsided for several months and then became active and remained so for nearly, ten years. Mr. Lyman says that during that time he made last time up Wright and Akau got safe frequent trips to Kau and he says that on Steere's bad throws and chased there were cracks in the pahoehoe near home on Taylor's double, the score ! KaDaDala in which fire was visible. At no time was the fire out of the crater for more than a week. stopping at the twelve. HONOLULUS HAD TO WIN. The insiders expected the Kameha mehas to win the second game as the Since early In 1880 the periods dur ing which there has been little or no activity have gradually increased in 1 JJ.uo'S. Arrived New Lot of Hat Bleach Your Old Hat Made New All For 3 Cents :N"o OTrovLTDle to Use. ONLY AT HONOLULU DRUG CO. 926 Fort Street. A. H. OTIS. OTTO A. BIERBACH. " " .fj At t M 1 1 t t M M f- MEW GOODS Latest styles in Neckwear, Shirts and Gent's Wearing Apparel. Straw Hats of ail kinds made in the premises. Our Japanese goods are imported direct from Japan and the TiriftAa am Tiffht. Call and be convinced. -f r ' ISOSHIilJ James F. Morgan, President; Cecil IHwn, Vie Pretldent: T. Kua tae. Secretary; Charlea H. Atherton. 4illtor; W. H. Hooi. Treas urer and Kanastr. S2:-ULSta,ce 53 Co., ITta., WHOLESALE BET AIL- TEALS R9 IN Firsvoad;Stov8, Steam, Blacksmith's Goal Also Black and White Sand. Telephone Main 295. ' Ppecial Attention Given to Draying. boys were in form and there wf.3 a ; length and at no time has there been cnance lor tnem to tie the runnersup if they took the game. But it was not possible. The game went off well, the Kams getting one in the third on Les lie's error, two steals and Himak.i's triple which wouli have been a horner had the runner touched third base. In fact he missed second too, but Judge Steere could not see the misstep. The score was tied by the Honolulu j mak ing one on Aylett's pass :ind two passed balls and a wild pitch. Then came the fatal sixth inning. Aylett opened it with a hit and through Joy's double, wild throws, and Leslie and Bolster's hits five runs were scored. There wii nothing to be done but take the game, for though Yates ana Plun kett accumulated runs in the seventh on hits and errors, and Hamaku an other in the next on hits bv himself. Reuter and Wise, the lead of the cham pions was too great to be overcome. The scopes follow: P. A. C. A.B. R. B.H. P.O. A. E. Cooke, cf 1 0 1 0 0 0 Steere 2b 5 2 1 3 1 2 A. M'rc'llino, ss. 6 3 3 3 5 4 Waterhouse, rf. 4 3 2 0 0 0 Cunha, 2b.-cf. .. 6 4 2 2 1 0 Castle, p 5 1 3 0 2 0 Soper, lb 5 1 0 11 ,0 2 J. M'rc'llino, If. 6 3 2 2 1 0 Babbitt. 3b 4 11 0 4 1 Hemenway, c. .. 6 2 " 3 6 1 3 Total . . 20 18 27 15 12 P. A. C 31004700 520 M.-I. A. C 50012011 212 M.-I. A. C. A.B. R. B.H. P.O. A. E. Lahiwa, If 4 1 1 2,0 0 Mana, lb.-2b.-c, 5 0 . 0 15 0 3 Clark, 2b.-lb. .. 5 2 2 2 2 1 Kiley, c.-2b a 2 3 3 2 2 Wright, ss 5 2 1 2 5 0 Akau, 3b 5 2 0 2 2 3 Desha, p.-rf. ... 5 2 2 0 1 ' 1 Taylor, cf. 5 1' 1 1 0 1 Williams, rf. .. 3 0 0 0 0 0 Bush, p 2 0 0 0 4 2 0 Total 12 10 27 14 11 continuous fire for more than a few months, and it is Impossible, even for kamaainas, to tell how long the pres ent outbreak will continue. Henry Ly man was dowrn to the crater Tuesday night and in his opinion the fire is slow ly rising. Captain Lake says he saw a flow of lava from the side of the crater some distance from the- bottom. He says the now continued for forty eight minutes without interruption. WJLLDEH'S STKAMSHIP CO. A Second Excursion to the Yol cano by Steamer llelene. STEAMER HELENE, NICHOLSON. Master, will sail from Honolulu on Sat urday, September 13th, at 12 noon, ar riving in Hilo Sunday afternoon in time to connect with train, reaching the volcano the same evening; returning, passengers will leave the "Volcano House Wednesday afternoon, connect ing with the steamer that evening, ar riving at Honolulu early Friday morn ing. Three days and three nights at the volcano. Latest reports indicate that the vol cano is increasing in activity from day to day. Inasmuch as the crater of Kilauea may become extinct, this may be the last opportunity for seeing it in actlv ity. Tickets for the round trip, first-class accommodations all through, $40.00. Passengers are requested to book early that suitable reservations on the train and at the Volcano House can be made. 6264 Home run Hemenway. Three-base hit Hemenway. Two-base hits A. Marcallino, Kiley, Wrierht. Desha, Taylor. Sacrifice hits Ca'stle. Mana. Stolen bases Steere 2, A. Marcallino Caslle, J. Marcallino 2, Clark, Wright, Kiley. 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