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TCVENINQ .BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY, ,M ARCH ,23. 1908.
Monday, the 23rd
The Little Paint Han says :
EDITED lY CHARLES C.
settles the question of quality.
LEX US SEND YOU COLOR
E. 0. Hall &
Four Cylinder 7 Passenger Touring Car
WITH IMPORTED MAGNETO.
Our 1908 Models are always ready for inspection at our show
rooms; demonstrations will b given if desired.
THE VON HAMM YOUNG CO'., LTD.,
is showing the only
Hawaiian Iron Fence
NEXT TO YOUNG El GO. 47S W0
Stolen goods are usually sold for little or nothing.
We are Going Out of Business
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When you want fresh pain t go to
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oft the lawn seats because you can
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Little Faint Man wants to know if
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If they do, Sherwin-Williams Porch
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CARDS AND PRICES. "
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Coyne Fxirnitxire Cot
Riverside Junior League
Plays Bali In Spite
Notwithstanding the rnln which
wan fnlllng during the afternoon
)cstorday, the two baseball games
wero nulled off In good shapo by tho
teams from the Ulvcrsldo Junior
Lcuguo at Aaln Park. In tho first
contest tho Asithl A. C. defeated C.
Y.. Mark's All-Chinese team by tho
tcoro of D to 8 This was a well
t'lajcd game and gave tho thousand
or more Japanese nnd Chinese fans
opportunities to cll. It was not un
til the sixth spasm that tho Sons of
Nippon took tho lead. Tho second
game, between mc Aaia a. j.
the Chinese Alohas, Jr., was won by
tho former by the score of 11 to 2.
The AiJ.u didn't llinl any trouble In
Inking tho Alohas, Jr.. Into camp, for
the litter tetm pin) oil tho worst ball
that was ever seen at that park for
muiio time. After this game, Dr. K.
r. LI, who Is tho backer of tho Aalas,
took tho bo)s down to a Chinatown
icstaurant for a Chinese dinner,
where many prediction of winning
the championship tiophy were mailo
b the players
rim first came darted with tho
As-ihlH at bat and tnla Inning result
ed In uS shut-out for the two foams.
In tho socaml Inning, thn Japnncso
met with the name result, while tho
f'hlnose scored two runs. Chang
Van was tho first man up and ho
was given a pass by Pitcher Stcoro.
Ahong reached' first cm an error of.
Btccrc, advancing Yau to Bccoml.
Koon Chew Btruck out. Chuck hit
safe over third and scored Yau.
Ahong alsd managed td pass the
homo-plate on this hit. Hong ChaoU
IICW OIU lo UKiiniuiu- iil irewiHi "
Mark endod this Inning by a strike
out. In the third, fifth and eighth
Innings, tho Orientals scored six
runs, making a total of eight In1 all.
Tho llttlo brown men kept tho
Clilnosn hitll-tosscrs wondorlng In
tho third Inning liy sending 'four men
icross the homo base. In the 'Sixth,
the Chinese met their Waterloo, for
tho 'Japanese scored Ave -runs. In
this part of tho gamo the Chinese
players wero In tho air for awhile;
Chuck, the Chinatown twlrler, was
off his courBO nnd walked three men
Following Is the score of tho two
ASAIII ATHLETIC CLUB
A II 11 S O
Mnsa, lb ..
TctsuJI, ha .
Stecre, p . . .
Hideo, rt ..
Togozo, c . .
.33 9 4 8 27 12 7
ORIENTAL ATIILUTIC CLUH
Alt II 8 O A
Hour Chnck, 21i.S
C. Y. Mark, 3b-ns.4
Ahoy, p-31 H
Apau, lb-rf ....f
Loo Hon, c ....&
Cl.anR Ynu, cf . . 4
AhoiiK, If 5
Koon Chow, rf-lb.4
L. A. Chuck, p-tf.4
.41 8 C 9 27 14
SCOHB UY INNINGS
Asahl A. C 0 0 4 0 0 5 0 0 0 9
Oriental A. C. .0220100308
Two-base lilts! Okamrfto. Sacri
fice hits: Goto. First baso on called
balls: Off Stecre, 4: Chuck, 8; Alio),
2. Struck duU lly Steore, G;(Chuck,
3; Ahoy, 3. Hit by plhcd ball:
Stcoro. Wild pitch; lAhoy.'
AALA ATHLETIC CLUII
' ' ' A It II a O
fS."Hop. If vi,.M lI
Clement, c 5 3 3
Arcln, cf 5 3
Asam, p j 6 0
Knla. 2,1) VI 2
Iloopal, lb-rf ..5
Smith, 3b ,
L. Yop, rf
.46 1111 4 27 13 1
CHINESE ALOHAS, JR.
A R D SO
English, ss . ,
3 0 0 10
3 0 0 0 4
4 0 10 ::
4 12 0 3
Ng Sing, q 4 0 0 0,7 2 0
Ho Lira, cf-lf ...3 1 1 0' 2 0 0
Ah Chew, II) ...2 0 1 0 6 0 4
Alona, p 3 0 0 0 2 0 0
Hoy Sing, rt ...3 0 0 2 0 0 0
.29 2 G 327 9 9
sconi: I1Y INNINGS
1235 67 89
Aola A. C ....104 00 11 2 211
Chinese Alohni OlOOOOlO 0 2
Thrcc-baBC hit: Ho Llm. Two
baso hits: Arcla, Clement, English
end Ah Chow. Sacrlflco hits: Arcla,
1. First base on called balls: Off
Asam, 3; Alonn, 1. Struck out:
Asam, 4; Aloha, 4. Double play:
Arcla to Iloopal. Passed ball: Ng
Umpire- En Sue.
Scorer W Tin Chnng.
tt a a
Fid H 1
l rf I
Geo'. Leithead Wins Golf
Trophy After Close
Tho first meeting of the Honolulu
Golf Club whs successfully held yes
terday ort the extended links at Mo-
knAlua Aa was predicted, tho ox
iicrla at tho golfing gamo In Hono
lulu wore on hand to try out tho
now course and they find ItVall that
,...1.1 f.d .tAalrrwl In nvnpv Vpsnppt. It
le undoubtedly by far the best course
In tho Islands
n,.n,WU'R ij.ithi.ail won the first,
prizo.lnlt It was not until he hnd
pla5cd 'ort a tie with C. E. Edmunds.
as thW'both finished with the not
rcdre of 92. In tho play-off, Lett
head wihi ttatn his opponent by two
slrokci..-"Tl.c first prlio was a rilver
trophy" cilp, -and'the second a brldgo
whlst, equipment. The scores of the
other nlaj era follows:
.104. 12 92
2(1 prlzoV' ' ' ' -
C. E. Edmunds' ...101-
Other scores:-. ' v
C. Weight'? ).'.'.. '..108
V. Vo'6n . ?.'.'.... 108
t. Hnhft'ead . ...... 9ii
A. White' . ..'..'... 94
1). W.' Anderson .... 98
J. D. Gaines 107
J. C. BVnns 103
T. Gill ,...101
J. Cullcn, Jr 108
II. Glffard 99
J. Cullen, Sr. .'.... ld8
B. G. Wilder 106
b. O. White ..' 107,
It. A. Jordan 122,
K. M. Cheatham 123
W. Simpson ., 110
O. C. Swan 12,7
J. G. ItothVcll ;
W. C. Wilder '. I '.
M, R Jamroson
J, D. Mclnerny .
K. McCallum . . ,
K. M. Campbell .
H. C. Ca'rter
O. E. Walv;,
'II. A. Wilder ,,
,E. Waterman . ,
B. Munrp , ..i
. .129 '
' 'i tf
Mackenzie. Runs Fifty
Equalling En Sue's
Y. H. 0, A. v 36
HiRh School 14
Chineie A. C. ..' 4
NEW ISLAND RECORDS
.120 Yards Jlurdles 0:171-5
One Mile Relay;, ,..3:48 2-5
Half Mile Relay , 1 :36 3-5
Sixteen-pound Shot . .38 ft. H 3-4 in.
The annual field day for tho cham
pionship of the Hawaiian Islands
was" pulled 'off Saturday afternoon at
tho Boys' Field, and the Kataeha
raeha track team demonstrated Its
euperlorlty over the other athletic
aggregations by a margin ot 54 to
36, the highest score made by any
other team. The Y. M. C, A. was
recond with 36, and tho High School
came In noxt with 14 points, whllo
the Chinese Athletic Club trailed' (K). Height. 5 t. 6 1-2 In.
alonn nt tho Inst with 4 polnta. I Sixteen-pound Shot O. Jnnei
Records went n-gllmmering, for- (K); G. Ewallko (Y M C,A); F. Ka
Little Frank Cherry Wins
Acquatic Race From
It was Australia against the Ha
waiian Islands yesterday morning,
and, sad to relate, Australia wdn
out. Little Frank Cherry, the clover
juvenile nctor with the Lilliputian
Opera Company, was matched
against "Peanuts," who is famed all
over this lt of tho seas for hU
prowess In tho water. The race took
place in the tank at the Hotel Hatha,
nnd was witnessed by-tho majority
pf tho'Vouthful actors and actresses
of the company, as well ob a number
of lodal people.
, 'Ffank Chbrry, who doesn't seem
any 'bigger than a minute, had been
showing tricks lnthe water for a lit
tie while, when "Peanuts," tho wqo
bow-legged Hawaiian, leaped In nnd
'displayed .tho fact that ho was by no,
'means a total land-lubber; and so tho
'two aquntlo. experts were drawn to
gether. "Peanuts" .couldn't quite
underatnnd how the llttlo man from
.Australia was ablo to make such
headway through the water with tho
slroko ho used, and ho wanted to ba
"showed." "Peanuts" uses the dou
ble-overhand stroke, nnd ho plows
the water some, too, bci It known-
!IUt the lad with tho English accent
docs not lift his arms out of th
, urine; his stroke has the typical Aus-
'Italian arm movement,, which seems
to Ueop him shpotlng through the
water nil the tline,
The two youngsters seemed to be
nightly jealous or eacn flower., u k
so fomeono suggested a race. This
mb .the way It started. Tho rest
Tho race was arranged, waassta-t-
cd, and tho two' diminutives wero
''off In a bunch," nnd'Uhey remained
with not a buckotful ot water's dis
tance betwech them until tho flnlsl)
line drew near, when tho Australian
demonstrated tho efficiency of his
stroke as well as his pwn ability by
shooting forward JubI enough to win
iho.ttthltc3 wore trained' up to tho
championship, record-breaking pitch,
nnd thfey aeomed to go at evcryining
with great form. Lota made a new
record In tho lil'gh hurdles; Jones
hurled the 16-pound shot farther
than ever before In'the Islands; and
Mackenzie and Rice covered tho 100
and 220 dashes In time equaling tho
best over beforo dono hero. The run
for tho gold medal offered by tho
kftlfhl Athletic Club was won by
Mackcnzlo In B 1-5 seconds, which
equals the record set by En Suo. He
also won tho 100-yard dash In 10 1-5
The following are the events and
their winners: . v
100 yards First,-heat: y. Desha
(K); ' 'Mackenzie . (K). Time,
111-5. "' - -si ,i
100 Yards Second heat: C. Ly-
n,ii Mfi-- U' in MI II S). Time
100 Yards Final heat: F, Mack"
tntle (K);-W. Rico (H II 3)1 Qi
Lyman (K). Time, 0:10 1-5.
One Mllo Relay Y. M. C. A.f
Kam. Track Team. Time, 3:46 2-5,
Winning team, V. Bechert, E. W,
Coffin, J. Ca.rey, 0. HuTTp.
120 Yards Hurdles First heat: J.
l'a (K)i J. D. Cockburn (Y M C A),
Time, 0:18'4-6, ;
120 YardB Hurdles Second heat,
A. Ldta (K); G. Warren (Y M CA).
Time, 0:17 1-5, ,
120 YSrds Hurdles Final heat:
J. Pa (K); J. D. Cockburn (Y M O
Mile Run A. Whiting (K); II.
Sawdgurhl KJj J3..W. Coffln (,Y.M
C A). TlmO, 5.'18 2-5. l i.'k'
Fifty Ynrds (special) Flrt
Lheat: F. Mackenzie; En Suo. Time,
0:6 2-5. t-7 j' ivt .t i'
Fifty Yafd (spet)Ja1)jr,,Seccuid
heat: W. ltice;i' ftj&tcjai Tlinf
Fifty yra (peclal) Final hpit:
F.'l(lakfejizke (K); W. Rico (Hpl
S) ErfSue'MC A C). Time, Oa.JW.
- 440-'Yard J Carey (Y M O AJ;
F. A. Bechert (Y M C A); E. An-'
drews-(H II 8). Time, 0:57.
220 Yards W. Rice (H H S); C.
Lyman (K); J. M'Candless (K).
Time, 0:23 2-5. - '
880 Yards P. A. Bechert (Y M
C A); J. 'Carey (V M C A); J.
Wright (K). Tlmo, 2:11.
Half Mle Relay (for record)
Kam. Track Team. Time, 1:36 3-5,
Winning team, P. Mackenzie, J. Mc
Candless, J. Pa, C. Lyman,
High Jump McCandless (K); F.
S. Warren (Y MCA); D. Makekau
v We have a few broken lots which we are anxious to close
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-'All itylet ranging in prices from TEN, CENTS or
THREE, TOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, to the belt grade.'
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Regular Shapes, Ribbon Straps,
and No Straps
SUITABLE TOR E VENING WEAR'. x 2'sr
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
nno (K). Dlstanfcc'36 ft. 3 in.
Ilroad Jump F. Mackenzlo (K)J
McCandloss (K); En Suo (C A C).
Distance, 21 'ft. 7vln.
Twelve-pound Hammer R. Ven
tt'ulzcn (Y M C A); LKaapaua (K);
O. Kalllhlwa (K). Distaticc, 117 ft.
Polo Vault E. Andrews (H II S);
J. Ahoy (C A C); V. Mackcnzlo and
J. McCandlcss tlod for third place.
Height. 9 ft. 7 1-2 In.
The Island records nnd their hold
era to date nro as follows;
BO Yards 0:5 1-5; En Sue Pung,
100 Yards 0:10 i-5; F. Mackon
22Q Yards 0:2s 2-5; Akana, W.
Illce. . .v .' '
440 Yards 0:54; F.JScharsch.
H80 Yards 2:'08; W'Deverlll.
Ono Mile Run 4:58; Raymond
Smith. ' '
Ono Mllo Walk 8:65 1-5; II. M.
120'Yards High Hurdles 0:17 1-5
A. Lota.'" ' ' 7 ,: t
120'Yards Low'IIurd'lcs 0:16 1-5.
Half Mile Relay 1136 3-5; Ka-
Ono Mllo Relay 3:46 2-5; Y. M.
C. A. . .
Twelve-pound Shot 46 ft. 1 In.;'
O Jonrt. '' ' ' '
Twelve-pound Hammer 139 ft.;
F K'onae. " ,,
Sixteen-pound Shot 38 It. 6 3-1
In.; O. II. Jones. -
Sixteen-pound Hammer 72 ft. 8
in.; G. Ewallko. '
High Jump 5 ft. 8 In.; K. C.
llicad Jump 21 ft. 9 1-2 In.; F.
38 ft. 11 In.; M. A. Cheek (un
"Si ft.; C. Tracy (unsubstantlat-
The nest American nrnnteuf rec
ords for tho events coutestdd yester
day" follow:" "'"
5Q Yarde--5 1-5 seconds.
100 Yards 9 3-5 Seconds.
220 Yards 21 seconds.
440 Yards 48 4-B seconds.
s 880 Yards 1:53'2-5. --1V -s'Ohe
f 120 Ynrd' Hurdles 15'l5 seconds.
Half Mile Itelay
OnoMlle .Relay 3:21 2-B,
f Slxtech-pou'nd Shotl'49 ft. C 1-2
Twelve-pound Hummer 164 ft. 2
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v High Jump 6 ft. 6 5-8 In.
Ilroad Jump 24 ft. 11 2-4 In.
Pole Vault 12 ft. 5 f-2 In.
SUMMARY OF SCORE
1 Mllo Rolay 5 0
2100 Yards .......0 3
3 Mllo Run t 0
4440 Yards 8 1
5120 Yards Hurdles. 3 0
C 220 Yards 0 5
7 Half Mllo Run ,...8 0
8 Half Mile Relay ..0 0
9 High Jump 3 0
10lC-pound Shot Put 3 0
ll Hr&ad Jump ..'..,. 0 0
12 12-pound Hammer .5 0
13-rPole Vault 0 5
36 14 4
OCEAN VIEWS WIN
j .Thii.basehaJl.Kamq'lplayod )cstonlay
at 'KaKaakotParkk'reBiiltcd In n 'vic
tory for the pecan ylewB over tho
Cops. Thq winning of this gamo pnta
them In tho championship of tho sec
ond series of the Atkinson league. ,
Jfext' jiundaV" tho two teams will play
lor itno cnas: iiustacc, jr., cnampton
Bhlp tup. The summary.
Runs 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 3 '8
B. II ..1 110 3 0 0 2 210
Runs 0 0000002 02
B. II 0 0 0 0 0 12 3 18
Threo-base Hits Bailey.
Two-baso HUs Makanul 2, Tahu, B.
Sacrlflco hits Minor, Smith.
Left on Bases Ocoan Views, 8; Po-.
Baso on Errors Ocean Views, 9;
Stolen Bases Ocean VIowb, 9; Pn-
Doilblo PJays-Kaowa-Balloy, Eapln-da-Kaal.
Struck Out B Kaapa, 6; by Mo
delrqs, 6. ,
Passed balls Martin, 2; Butler, 3.
r Tlmo of gamo 1 hour 45 minutes.
One of the best games of tennis
I was played at tho Miller street court
Saturday at u:iup. jnx' ueiweeu m.
rhlllltis and Tl. ferrolra. Tho for
mer wob defeated by a score ot 10-12
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