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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLU LU, JULY 9, ,906.
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Telephone Main 424.
To Let.
Cottage on Hotel Street,
First one on roakai side of Hotel near
Alapai, contains 6 rooms; modern im
provements, etc. Ren $25. Vacant
July 15th.
First come, first served.
WILL E. FISHER,
AGENT.
TO IET.
Nicely-furnished Cottage, situate on
ililler street, will be rented at a small
rental to right party for 2 or 3 months.
DIAMOND
HEADS FAST
Show Ball Qualities
Winter League's
Opening.
at
out Depor.te.
Rod-
WILL E. FISHER,
Agent.
MAYBE YOU
DONT KNOW
that there is now a full-fledged
cafe being run in connection
with the AXXEXl The same
old lunch will be served at the
same old price, while for half a
dollar you can enjoy a dinner fit
for the gobbling gods. Come
and look at the flowers in the
beer-garden.
SCOTTY'S
Royal Annex
OPPOSITE POLICE STATION.
A very satisfactory crowd attended
the opening of the Winter Baseball
League games at the senior league's
ground yesterday afternoon, close on
400 being present. It was the same col
lection of fans that sweltered in the
sun at Kapiolani Park last season and
they seemed to greatly enjoy the
change for the better.
The play was interesting if not par
ticularly brilliant and the games went
through with a snao which would be
welcome at some of the exhibitions cf
the big league. j
The games resulted in the Twilights
defeating the Lusitanas, 13 to 9, and
the Diamond Heads beating the Alo
has, 16 to 5.
The nines looked very neat in their
new suits. The colors of the Lusitanas
Mruoic
rigues, S.
Hit by pitcher M. R. Frittas.
Time of game 1 hr. 25 min.
Umpire P. Gleason.
On the line-up there looked to be
nothing to it but the Diamond Heads
in the second game. The good thing
went through with b!s on and won
laughing.
Details:
First innings Moor? to first on
thiru s viid tiirow. Moore steals sec
oni. D. Desha, hit by pitched ball, to
f rst. W. Desha bunts and gets first on
first's error, Moore and D. Desha scor
ing and W. Desir reaching third. Sam
ChiHingworth scores "W. Desha. Moses j
and S. Chillingworth die short-set una-j
first. W. Chillingworth walks. Soper j
flies to short. Three runs.
Cockett, short to first. Ayau fans.
Price, pitcher to first. No runs.
Second innings Crook beats bunt,
then st?als second. Bower's home-run
scores Crook. Moore fans. D. Desha,
second to first. W. Desha whiffs. Two
runs. !
W. K. Hoopii, to first. Bolster strikes
out. S. Hoopii walks. Kalowena fans.
Townsend' scores both Hoopiis. Two
runs.
i Third innings Chilly Sam walks.
Moses and Sam perish, short-two-one.
Chilly Bill dies at first. No runs.
Cockett. short to first. Ayau tramps
and is soon after nipped at second, j
Price to first on Crook's error. 'Kerne
Run" Hoopii flies to first. Xo runs. ;
SUMMARY OF
HILO RACES
Oahu Horses Accounted
for Eight Good
Events,
Fourth innings Sopr make at first.
Crook fly to right field. Bower breezed
are blue and white: the Twilights, gray breezy Bower! No runs,
and crimson; the Diamond Heads, ma-j Bolster, 3 to 1. Sol. Hoopii strikes
roon; and the Alohas, red.
Pat Gleason umpired and Nigel Jack
son kept tally. It is probable that both
The summary of Hilo races On July
Feurth is as follows:
FIRST RACE.
Half mile. Hawaiian bred, catch
weights, purse ?73.
ln-iigo u Warren), b. g. 3
T7 . . a - i
-i?iciuay tivuKaiau ranch), s. g. 4.. 2
Ray E. (Kukaiau ranch), s g 3... 3
Time, 0:3?.
SECOND RACE.
Three-quarters mile, free-for-all pur
$150.
Racine Murphy
aged
St. Yusef (J. T. Moir), b. g. 5. 2
Bruner (L. Warren), b. g. aged
Scratched
Time, 1:20.
THIRD RACE.
One mile, luna race, purse $50.
oe (J. B. Ritchie) i
Olaa Bill (F. A. Burninirham) ?
Patsy (John Cameron) 3
Dolly Gray (W. McCall) 0
ft
Th
DOVE SEASOX NOW OPEN.
he inspiration that nak- th c,,r..i t....
found m his lunch bag. It consists of .
O LAGER!
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old by all dealers.
i Send
(L. Petrie). s.
a Treat
To Mainland Friends
THE FAVORITE GROTTO.
We would impress upon you
the fact that the meals at the
UKU 11U are not planned tO j . The Alohas. Twilights and Lusitanas
make money SO much as to afford appear to be very equally matched.
men will fill these positions through
out the season and it would be hard to
make an improvement in either case.
A glance at the nines will show that
there has been something akin to a
resurrection among the old-time play
ers. All the mummies seem to have
come out of their coffins and, in the
majority of cases yesterday, the re
vivalists made distinctly good.
The Diamond Heads uncovered a
strong nine which will want a lot or
beating. 1 heir team work is admirable
and they play a hit-and-run game
which is bound to keep the score accu
mulating. There are several eleven
seconds men in the line-up and the re
sult is surprisingly fast work.
Time, 2:15 1-2.
out Kalowena fly to third. No runs, j FOURTH RACE.
Fifth innings Moore hits to first. D. 1 Quarter mile, Hawaiian bred, catch
Desha d?tto. W. Desha skins clever weights, purse $50.
uum, ui ujSiua uwi;e Jiwir. a ue jv- t i-jasteraay (Kukaiau ranch), s. g 4..
sha boys score on bad throw, catcher Honolulu Girl (D. Ferreira), s m .
to third. Sam Chillingworth strikes Gracie R.-(J. Monsarrat). s. m. 2...,
out. Moises expires at first. W. Chu- j Time, 0:25
nngworth fans. Three runs.
. Townsend, 2 to 1. Kahaulelio carves
the atmosphere. Cockett reaches first i ait me Japanese race, purse $50.
an-' purloins second. Ayau fiie to j
So'er. No runs.
Alligator pears cause former residents to long for Hawaii ;
and awaken in strangers a strong desire for better acquaint
ance with the isles that furnish such delicious fruit
Your friends will deem it a great treat if you send th
uozen ot our careiully
em a
Selected Alligator Pears
You have only to leave vour order.
We pack the fruit in specially constructed boxes, and
& Co.'s express, who deliver it
11 uil uv ells
to its destination.
rargo
We want i
and be so
How the Metropolitans stack up in
this respect, next Sunday will reveal.
general satisfaction.
J -wwv. j - Th Iuitanas-Twi!igftts game was
pleased with the treatment, you called first and the boys were cheered
receive that you will want to
come all the time.
Today's lunch menu :
SOUP VEGETABLE
BOSTON BAKED PORK AND
BEANS
POT ROAST. POTATO CROQUETTES
BAKED POTATO
STEWED LIMA BEANS
PICKLED BEET SALAD
25C.
With Beer, Wine, Tea or Coffee,
Open all night.
F. M. KILEY, Prop.,
Cor. Hotel and Bethel Streets.
Not Like Chalk
A little exposure to the weather
washes some paints off like chalk.
Modern science, however, has dis
covered that the addition of oxide
of zinc to pure white lead and lin
seed-oil, in the proper proportions.
gives a permanency to paint that
was unknown to the ordinary "lead
and oil" paints.
But, these ingredients must be
finely and thoroughly ground and
mixed.
W. P. FULLER'S PU.1E
PREPARED PAINT
fulfills all the demands of science
and practicability; and is in every
way a perfect paint.
Bear in mind, when preparing to
paint that residence or barn, thai
this is the cheapest and best.
as ihev went on the diamond.
The Louisianas did nothing in their
first two attempts, whereas their op
ponents netted a single each time. An
error by Martin let Nasciemento in,
and good stick work by Honan wa3
responsible for the second run made by
the Twilights, Honan" scoring on a rap
j by Kuihina, gingerly handledy Mar
tin.
In the first of the third, M. R.
Freitas three-bagged into right field.
He scored on a wild throw to third and j
Madeiros followed him home. ' j
Twilights came right back with a
triple scoring. The fourth innings was :
drawn blank. j
The next two innings produced two
runs for each and in the seventh no
Sixth innings Soper to first on a
i:5fty hit. Crook out. third to first.
' p.o-rer to firt. Moore sror Sorter and
Bert ond filches Post No. 2. D.
Desha's sacrifice scores Moore. B.ll
Desha fans Three runs. j
Price and W. K. Hoopii give no!
tr--"b-e nd Bolster less. Nary a run. !
Seventh innings Chilly Sam. 2 to 1. :
Moses to first on hit to left. This j
ijoung man certainly leans up against1'
vie .mra- Chiily Bill to first. "Ice-
wagon" Moses out, catcher to third.
7 : TT Htft ill) TT f-r in -J Ti- i rr h i- t , r , r i
to the large-handed man on second and .'
sees his finish. Nix runs,
j Macfarlane, subbing for Sol
j FIFTH RACE.
. iui iiuir uaai
Togo
Yoshiwara 2
Time, 1 minute.
SIXTH RACE.
One and a quarter miie, free for all,
purse $150.
Racine Murphy
aged
Aipheus (Kukaiau
agsd
Bruner (L. Warren)..
Time, 2:19.
SEVENTH RACE.
pje j imtx-tjuaritrs nine, naivaiian
wuitii i?!gm.s, puree 910.
o (L. Warren), b. g. 3
Monsarrat), s. m. aged
I j acs run t oicano staoies;, u. g.
Wiil Time, 1:23 1-2.
I
(L. Petrie), s. g.
ranch), b.
.Scratched
bred
. (hjri;. reaches first, but is squashed The winners on the second day were
while attempting to grab second. Ka-as follows:
lowena to second on error by Soper. FIRST RACE.
Townsend to first and Kalowena to j Half mile, free-for-all, purse $125.
third. Kahaulelio is put out at first ! R-ine Aiurpny 1
and Cockett fans. One run. Time,0:."2.
Eighth innings Crook, hit by pitcher. VcTivn T-rv
to first. Bower flies to short. Moore l
to first. Crook out at third. D. Desha j Five-eight; mile. Hawaiian bred,
walks. So does Brother Biii. jjaru catch weights, purse $75.
Chillingworth up. Moore home on E 1
lime, 1:10 1-4.
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:B L
M. LEVY &
Family Grocers, King Street.
IBS
A New Supply
of the famous
O
rand
Pore
Ceylon Tea
Packed especially in little gunny sacks by the growers in Cey
lon for us, ,
passed ball, Chillingworth scores both
Deshas with a welt to right. Moses
177 S. KING STREET.
May's Ice Sream
The Lusitanas managed to fill the
bases and when Peter Rodrigues came
in he had lots of company, and only
one hand gone. The big player got one
that he liked and slammed it far over
Hgh for three stations. It was a time
ly hit and deservedly applauded. H.
Rodrigues came in and with a nice
hit to left scored Namesake Pete, mak
ing four runs this go and tying the
score.
The dim, religious Twilights came to
bat, determined to do or die and they
did. to the tune of six runs, winning
the game right there. Pitcher Pete
was very emphatically found in this
spasm.
There were not so many hits but
errors were plentiful. It was the first
game of the season, however, and the
players were unused to the ground, so
let it go at that, and here's hoping it
won't occur again.
Summary:
TWILIGHTS.
AB R BH SB PO A E
4 2 1 0 0 0 0
5 0 10 10 1
0 3 6 4 1
5 3 3 0
3 2 10
4 2 12
to first. Sam steals thjrd and Moki j
second, but it's no good, for Bill Chil-
lingworth comes along and fans. Three ;
runs. j
Ayau, two-bags. Old Tom Price.
short to first. W. K. Hoopii to first on !
rau 01
Hoopii
The finest tea sold in Honolulu.
FIFTH RACE.
Three-eights mile. Hawaiian bred,
catch weights, purse $50.
Indigo " 1 '
Time. 0:CS.
SIXTH RACE.
j One mile, free-for-all. purse $150.
1 Pof-ino Allimh,. 1
Henry
Retail 22-
ay to., Lid.
-Telephones Wholesale 92.
'njrm. jwnpi
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catch
less than ten fat ones were rung up
wiiignts gettmg two tne oetter or me : Mister Moore's error, Ayau comin
deal. ! home. Bolster to first
Stefllinp- third. Marfarlnno oj-.ce r?,l I Time, 1:4S 1 4.
. - " i: u.v - ' 1 V A i I
ster. Two runs. 1 SEVENTH RACE.
Ninth inningsCrook to first and i One mile, Hawaiian bred
steals -second. Bower flies to second, j eights, purse $100.
Moore to first and Crook to third. Dave j Indigo 1
Desha scores Crook and Moore. Dave ! Time, 1:55.
steals third and that's about all there 1 '
is to the innings. Two runs. j
The bases filled somehow and Price
came in with one man gone. He flew
out to Sam Chillingworth. who. made
a double put-out by throwing to the
catcher and nailing Bolster at the
wire. No runs and the national an
them. Summary:
DIAMOND HEAD
Our manager has just returned from Japan with an immense
stock of
TURF NOTES
FROM HILO
The Honolulu boys are back from
Hilo races and report a good time.
v.
FIN
E HI
GOODS
EMTHL
AB R BH SB PO A E
b 5 5 3 3 3 4 1
i
Moore.
D. Desha. If. 5
W. Desha, cf. ... 5
S. Chillingworth. ss. 5
Moses, c. 5
W. Chillingworth. p.4
If. ..
Sb.
2 FOR 5c. CORNUCOPIAS.
Home made clean wholesome
conceded by all to
city. Just try one.
Vineyard.
and
be the best in the
Emma street near
Nascimento,
Rego. cf . .
Silva. 2b 4
Fernandez.
Martin, ss.
Joseph, c.
Deponte, n. 5
Honan, lb 5
Kuihina, rf 4
0
1
0
6
0
1
6
1
12
0
Soper, lb.
Crook, rf.
Bower. 3b.
Totals .
0
0
0
1
1
1
2
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9
44 IS
ALOHAS.
15 15
Totals
S9 13 10 S 27 15 10
LUSITANAS.
AB R BH SB PO A E
.W. Ahana &Co.
Limited
Merchant Tailors
Waity Building, Klngr St
Phone Blue 2741
Opposite Advertiser Office.)
AMERICAN ANT FOREIGN
WORSTEADS.
Correa. If
M. R. Frietas, lb.
Medeiros. ss
j Souza. 2 b
J H. Frietas. rf. ..
j Sebastain, c
i P. Rodrigues. p...
' H. Rodrigues, cf.
Freitas, cf
Martin, Sb
4 0
5 3
i 2
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
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1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
1 -
0
s
0
1
Cockett, cf. ...
Ayau. ss
.Price. If
' "vT- K. Hoopii,
Bolster. 3b
j S. Hoopii, c
I Macfarlane. 2b. .
i Kalowena, lb. ..
i Towr.ser,d, p. ..
Kahaulelio. 2b.-c
rf
AB R BH SB PO A
5 0 2 1 2 0
4 1 2 1 1" 3
5 0 0 0 0 0
4 11 1-10
4 1 0 0 2 2
2 10 05 1
3 0 1 0 3 2
4 1 1 0 10 1
4 0 2- 1 0 5
4 0 0 0 3 3
3S 5 9 4 27 15
Louis Warren and L. Petrie won.
eight races with Racine Murphy and
Indigo, the purses aggregating $875.
o '
0 1 Bruner went lame with a shoe-boil
2 and was scratched in all his engage-
1 ' ments. Jim McAuliffe trained the local
0 steeds and rode them to victory.
2 j There was absolutely no betting, odds
1 1 of 5 to 1 on the Oahu nags being re-
'fused.
27 14 6
1 A curious feature of the management
' was the inclusion of J. T. Moir and
Robert Horner, both running horses at
, the meeting in the list of judges.
such as have never been shown in the city.
Grass Linen, Silks, Greps Goods,
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Embroidered Shirt Waist Patterns!
XO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
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7 24 12 S
Runs
B. H.
ii:
Livery, Boarding and Sales
Stables
BEST DRIVING AND SADDLE
HORSES IN THE CITY.
CLUB STABLES.
IS Fort Street. - Tel. Main 109.
Totals . 39 9
Score by innings:
TWILIGHTS.
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1 1 3 0 2 0 6 0 13
....0 1 3 0 2 1 3 0 -10
LUSITANAS.
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Runs .002011401-9
23 h. 00120120 28
Three base hit Deponte. Honan. P.
Rodrigues.
Two base hit Martin. Fernandez.
Left on bases Twilights. 4; Lusi
tanas. 5.
Base on balls Deponte. 5; P. Rod
rigues. 5.
Passed balls Joseph, 2; Sebastain, 2. j
Totals
Score by innings:
DIAMOND HEADS.
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Runs 320 0 3303 216
t 2 2 0 0 3 3 2 2 115
ALOHAS.
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Runs 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 5
B. H 0 2001031 29
Home Run Bower.
Two base hit Ayau.
Wild pitch Townsend 2.
Base on balls Townsend. 5; Chilling
worth. 2.
Passed balls Hoopii, 1: Kahaulelio,
2; Moses. 1.
Sacrifice hit S. ChilMngworth 1.
Hit by pitcher D. Desha. Crook.
ftruc-K out w. Chillingworth. 7;
Tnwn?end, 7.
Double plays Ayau-Kahaulelio-Ka-
'.owena; Ayau-Macfar'.ane-Kalowena;
Chillmgworth-Moses.
Time of game 1 hr 40 min.
Umpire P. Gleason.
Domingo Ferreira uncovered a smart
two-year-old filly by India-Pahol, in
Honolulu Girl, which looks to have the
making of a racehorse.
The baseball came was a loke. the
only Honolulu boy on the Oahu team
being Fred Kiley who appeared on the
diamond hog fat but willing. The Hilo
ites were evidently under the impres
sion that the team was representa
tive of Oahu's ball-playing talent for:
tney are still talking of their "gionous
victory.
SAYEGUSA
120 Nuuanu St
Just above Hotel St
MON YIN'S
HOME RUN
The Chinese Athletics and Chinese
Alohas played an exciting tleven-in
Hires game of baseball at Aala Park
ytsterdav. the former winning by the
close s'-ore of 10 to S.
Mon Tin for the winners batted out
hone run. It was a c'enn hit over
left field. Mon Tin is the smallest
i "-rer on the team.
Score by innings:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 3 9 10 11
C. A. C 210200012 0 2 10
C. Alohas .... 40110 0020 0 0 6
0TEL MflJESTI
San Francisco. Cal.
Sutter and Gough Streets
EUROPEAN PLAN
Restanrint and Grill Room in Connection
Telephone in every room. Hot and cold water. Bath.
Elevator service.
The only First Class Hotel now in operation. Opened June I,
1906.
RATES: Single room, $2.00 per day and up. Suite, $4.00
per day and up.
Euss and automobile meets
everv Train and Steamer
Gustav Mann, Mgr.
y nvery
from the Orient. .
FULL LINE OF JAPANESE AND ORIENTAL GOODS.
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