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TSVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, MAIl, 2S, 190S.
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j l.:as!h HONOLULU SPORTDQM INCIDENTS GgS 1
Riverside Junior League
Teams Will Clash
Tliero will bo two fast baseball
games ut Aula Park tomorrow aftor
ihhiii by the teams from tin- River
side uiilor League, lliu first to bo
pln)ed between the Chinese Alohas
Jr. ami the Oriental A. C, and thu
second to bo between tho Sweet Vio
let A. 0. and the crnek Aal.i A. 0.
Tho first i::imo between the Chi
)esu Alohas Jr. and the Oriental A.
0, will be pla)cd at 1:D0 i. in. Al
though the Chluo30 Alohas Jr. arc
onolduied to be better In the na
tional game than the latter team, the
match will nevertheless bo an Inter
esting one. ii'i the Orientals hare
been showing up well lately, and
Manager C. Y. Mark Is going to see.
If, pnssll,h that bis team defeats thu
Alohas l.i thii game. "11) nll-l'hl-nesn
team has had Home hard pinc
tli.ii the pint week cud I am coins to
see that tho Chinese Alohas will go
houiu with sad faces," stited Mark
yesterday. Tho Chinatown twlrlcr.
L. Chuck, who had a hard time last
Sund.i). will again bo glen nnothor
opportunity In the box tomorrow.
In the second game, tho Sweet
Violets will meet tho An! is for blood,
as tho winning of this game will
mean a good deal to tho Violets as
far ns the championship of tho
league Is concerned. Tho Violets
have only been defeitcd ouco In the
iH'ond scries and the Aalas haro tho
b.imo ivsult, so tho winning of this
game will place tho Violets nt tho
head In the so?ond series. The bat
tery will bo: Peterson and J. Mores,
lor Vlolrts, and Asjui mid llrlto, Aa
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Chicago. III., March 19. A. SI. Gq
cssllng of the Missouri Athletic Club,
St. Louis, broke two reconjs hole to
night In tho National Amateur Ath
letic Union swimming champion
ships. Goessllng cet n new world's
mark In the 220-yard breast-stroke
went, going the distance in 2:40 2-5.
Tho former mark of 2j47 was hold
by IloberUon of L'nglnnd. Goessllng's
other feat camo In tho 50-yard stioko
rvent, which ho won In 2:00 1-5, a
now American record.
. BHEAKSTWO RECORDS
The Little Faint M
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settles the question of quail 1.
LET US SEND YOU COLOR
COME NOW I
Send tn your orders at once to
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' The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc,
The Finest Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
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Golfers, Married And
Single, Fight For
Theie Is going to bo a merry old
time nt thu Country Club this after
noon when thu married men and tho '
bachelors start out to wicak (heir
hato and Rplto on each other. Thorn
is no galii9.iIng tho fact that thc-ie
fcllowd tire going to plaj the best
that is in them, for tho lojlng U'.im
will li.'no n big dinner bill coming
their way In thu evening.
lluses will bo at tho end of tho
car line at 12::10 this afternoon to
u.iii inu lu.ijura I'uu vuiuirs iu lll
V.OU..I., m... .w , arl p
ouiii uuui l u id'Uh iia 1'wsiun;. IjV
cry win will lount a ixilut, the side , (own l3 mornInB llora not ben. '
hating tho mutt points nt tho end of. (iflt )t
tilny being declared tho winner. ,f UefemIer IlIld niik run this nit-
(Icoito Angua Is nt the head of t'io J erllootIp u w, filvo tIl0 fn()Wers of
i.nnled men, mid Harold Oirf.ii.1 Is ,,, c8 ,,,, , . coll,,0 ,
dre t.ng tho dostlnle.) of the bath-.,)f ,.,, on , ,rac,. ror , tst
i lorn. IJiwylhlaiJ :'.U bo scratch
play, and the men will go against'
u.icil other In tho following m.it.ner: I
Slurried 0. II. Angus, c. II. High, I
K. HalJtend, T. GUI. K. C. Ilrown, J.
0. Young. J. D. Gallics', IJ. A. Jli ll
Snillli. C. S. Welghl, (i. J. Iluleu! ii.
S. 0. Wlldci. 0. It. liemeniMy. .
11. llawes. I). II. Hitchcock. II. V.
Slitrrny, J. II. l'lddei, I. C. .Snilti,
Dr Iliimphils, M. M. JItCillu.ii, A.
I-. Judd, i:. J. Wntormnn, IJ. H. I'.u
ib, H. S. Grey. M. Phillip:;, V. L. Wnl
dron, Jas. A. Wilder, Joha llotliwell,
U. A. Jordan, C. T. Wilder, W. I'fo
tcnhaner. Single 11. II. (llffard, D. W. An
derson, II. H. Walker, J. C. Hvans,
W. W. Thajer, W. Slmiuon, 13. M.
(anipbcll, H. A. Wilder. W. C. Wil
der, W. Woon, O. T. Soronson, 13.
Kdnmnds, W. Williamson, SI. Iloh
:nbon, II. C. Carter, J. P. Ponwlck,
A. I". Ewart, 13. L. Hutchinson, J. II.
Cntton, T. SI. Harrijon, J. Knrwcll,
V. Oroonwcll, II. Waldron, It. Iloth,
1 . 1-3. Thompson, Geo. Isonherg, II.
II. Sinclair, M. It. Mitmlebon, W. 11.
Southboro, Slasa., March 19. The
world's amateur record for tho run
ning high kick wns broken today by
Harold 11, Deebo of Maiden, nged 17,
lu tho winter games of St. Slark's
School, lleebo's kick was 9 feet, 8 V71
Fine Job Printing at the Dullitln
When you want fresh paint go to
HALL'S and buy some; don't take it
eff the lawn seats because you can
set it for nothing. By the way, The
Little Paint Man wants to know if
your floors do not need touching- up J
If they do, Sherwin-Williains Porch
loor, Inside Floor or Floorlao will
:utercst you. Finishes that cover
well and dry quickly, and, last but
not least, every can has the name
Sherwin-Williaras on it. and that
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The pnnlcs will ho ghon another
trial this afternoon out nt Knplolnnl
I'ark, If any kind of n match what
ever can be gotten up. Defender
and Old; arc the two horses who
Mine been matched for some time,
hut the latter Is of such a somhro
hue I. c, "dark hoiso" that there
is nothing dellnlto whatever about It.
No one knows who owns tho hot to
how fast It can run, or, in fact, any
thing about It. On nccouut of the
mystery connected with this pony,
Ocorgo Ward Is going to, ho right
there all right, all right, with that
going horso- Indigo.
Indigo stands about ns guod a
Lhow tib any horse can to make a
(lean-up, now Hint Mallet Is out of
Tho trick this afternoon
,,, probably b0 riltbcr slippery gp'
,,,- fr Ihn mini lliuf hn l,non nnl-
ttiuo this jcar.
BETS 01 FAKE
New Orleans, La., March H, J.
r3. Cnvanaiigh, n wealthy lumberman
of Davenport, Iowa, reported to the
police hero today ttiat ho had been
fleeced out of J37,r00 by n part) of
men In N'ew Orleans who pojod as
leprcsontatlves ofvromlncnt local
C.ivanaugh said that ho was np
proaehed recently In tho middle we'st
by a man who told him there was a
leans who wore willing to risk all
they had on a wrestler horo, but that
ho knew of a man named Marsh from
Seattle, Wash., who could throw the
Now Orleans wrestler and that an
opportunity wns presented to make u
lot of money,
Cavanaugh came to Now Orleans
vnd sajs ho met by appointment sev
eral well-groomed men who Bald
they had a wrestler named Gorman
who could beat tho world. A match
wan nrmnged and Cavanaugh bet
13.7,500 on Marsh.
Tho mutch was held In secret.
March won tho first full, but when i
tho mon went to tho mat a second I
time Marsh began suddenly to bleed
profubely from tho nose and mouth.
A man who said ho wns a doctor de
clared Marsh was dying. Cava
naugh was advised that if ho did not
want to go to Jnll ho had better get
out of the way, and ho went to Mem
phis, Tenn., tempoinrlly.
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Tho following men will constitute
Danny Long's California ball team:
Pitchers Henley, Jones, Willis,
Whlttredgc, Gnddy, Sutor, Guni3,
Sknggs and Sklllmnu, Catchers
Berry, Esolu, La Longo and llo.ig.
luflclders Captain Mohlor, Nick
Williams, Zcltlcr, Curtis nnd McAr
die. OutneldorB Hlldcbrnnd, PI
por and Melcholr,
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Tho Athletics' new ground will be
tha largest and finest equipped In thu
comitiy. Ilnlf a million dollnrs are U
ho spent on tho plant, tho nron o!
whlcn will bo 252,200 squat o foot,
Yesterday, March 29, wns Oy,
Youngs 41bt birthday. Ho has bcm
playing ball for 20 years.
t: :t :i
Local ball players should send a
challenge to the sailor bo)s on tho
FOR KENNEL SHOW
Nliioty-threo cups havo been olfeiod
for tho becond annual dog chow of tho
Oakland Kennel Club to bo given ut
Idora Park April Sth, Dth, loth mid
11th, Among tho tioph!c will bo tho
Mayor's challenge cup, given by May
or Molt of Oakland and tho Oakland
Chamber of Commerce cup. Kntrhn
for the show nro to closu Thurbdny,
Mnrrli 2CII, T l Mnnnnimll nt VI...
toiln has been choson to luduo tho set
lors and pointers und 13, M. Oldham,
Hie noted export of Now York, will luo iniornanonai long oisiunio timmpionsnip nnu mo AUlomouiie uiuu
liass upon nil other breeds ami tho'ot America trophy, at nn average peed of 77 miles an hour This wus
unclassified specials, Tho bench show !" excess of the nerago speed of 70.8 miles nn hour nindo by NaJarro in
commlttco Includes O. W. Kllory, J. " duplicate car In tho last Grand Prix inco In Franco, nnd claimed ns a
Maxwell Tart, Georgo 11, M. Gray, II. I icioid for distance racing. '
II. Carlton, Dr. L. W. Sprlggs and K Cedrlno'g wonderful peiformnnce was witnessed by tluongB of spec
M Tldd, During tho show there will tutors from tho Florida Bast Coaqt hotels and nt ono Btroko placed tho
bo a storeoptlcou exhibition of all tho Automobile Club of America's llrst boach tournament among the most
noted winners at tho lato New Yoik notable of International meets. The distance of tho raco had been short
dog show. This exhibition will pioh rued fiom 288 miles to 250 miles, hut Ccdrlno continued on for 200
nbly bo given tho night of Apill 10th,' miles, establishing a record for that dlstnnco of 3h. r,3m, 44s,
the third night of the show. Cedrlno's tlmo for tho race distance was 3li, 21m, 27 2-Cs.
Will Have Luau Tomorrow Afternoon,
Speeckmaklng and Happy
There will ho romcthlng doing nt
thu icsldonco of C. Y. Mark, Vine
yard street, tomorrow nficrnoon at
3 o'clock. It will the luau given by
tho Chinese Athltlc Club. Tho Chi
nesa Athletics have won tho cham
pionship of tho Knlanluimulo
Luagtio and will celebrate their vic
tory by a grand luau, lit which sev
eral hundred gucats of the cluh.havo
been Invited to partake, of tho hospi
tality of tho members.
Joj. Coo Kim, tho Chlncio Inter
preter In the District Court and ox
basehall manager of the Chinese Ath
letic Club, Is the chairman of tho
(ommlttco in charge nhd has prom
ised to seo that everybody who at
tends this affair Is pleased with it.
Nearly nil the firecrackers In Chlnn-
IOWH liavo OCCI1 OOUglll Oy 1110 I11CI11-
bers mid these will bo n feature of
tho luau. "Wo want to seo that cv-
Tybody has n good time," said Goo
Iiln'' "ani1 ,,,n,t Cll, w',at "
cxponi-o is," he bums it up.
The other memhera of tho com-
mltteo mo: (' Y. Murk, Hong Chad;
ill. 1). .loo and Goo Tal Cluing. Sonic
great speeches tiro expected nt tho
llunu; in fact, Aloy Soong, the Orl
! ontal or.itor with a silver tongue, has
T prom I ted to do his part.
I S! ! "
The "Seaside Baseball League" Is
tho name of the latest oiganlzatlon
to Join the ranks of tho many other
c pt tho city of Honolulu. Tho
,llacr8 aro well-known ball player
"f Ul llnU wlU-mprokont a very
cosmopolitan contingent. Most of
them are connected with tho big bus
iness houses of this place.
Ah Sing, a Chinese baseball en
thusiast, Is promoting tho Icaguo and
will probably take the active man
agement of ono of tho teams when
tho seaborf storts. There aro six
trains In tho league, composed of the
following: tho Pacific A. C, tho
Mnuna Kca team, tho Asiatics, tho
Okuwn (Japancso) team, the Stni-
llght, and Sweet Violet teams. The
E'"os will bo played every Sunday
on the Iwllel grounds, starting at
1:30 p. m,
A meeting will bo hold tomorrow
morning nt 9 o'clock in the hall ut
tho corner of Slaunakca and Hotel
hlieots, Tho officers nro ns rollows:
President, 11, Mlkl; vlco president,
Ah Sing; secretary, Itlder; treasurer,
it U tt """, '?!
Homy MnltlKiweon, brother of tho
famous Christy, will pitch for tho
Shut on, Pa., team this reason.
Hoppe Defeated Sutton
NKW YOniC, N. Y March 27. Hoppe dofcatcd Ocorgo Sutton In
tho billiard championship contest. Sutton was tho champion.
SAN I'HANCISCO, Cnl., Slnrch
! Iho-world raco baa sailed for Alaska.
OHMOND, Ha., March 11 In
V ' 1BV,KjC
''" '"lco over llrlverl Kmanuol Cedrrlno, in tho "00" Flat Cyclono, wo.i
Honolulu, T. II., Mar. 20, 1908.
IMIIor 13 v o n 1 n g II ti 1 I o 1 1 n :
Tho following resolutions were unan
imously adopted by tho ICalnnlannoln
llasobnll League, ut n meeting held
March 20th, 1908.
A. K. VIKIIKA,
KK30LUTIOX OP GUATITUDK
Whereas, In tho courBo of our base
ball career, tho Dally II u 1 1 o 1 1 n of
Honolulu, T. 11., has materially ns
Fisted in promoting tho Interests nnd
well-being of our oiganlzatlon by
Looping us beforo tho public eye, by
tho frequent advertisements appear
ing In said paper; and,
Whereas, In token of our appre
ciation of tho kind nttltudo mani
fested by( said paper towards our
Icaguo; bo It therefore
Uoaulved, That wo, Individually
and collcctivoly, members of this tho
Knlanlauaolu Baseball League, ox
tend thu .nbovc-montloucd advertis
ing medium 'our sincere thanks for
tho tourtcsleir shown us In thu past
with tho hope that tho existing good
fellowship will perpetuate; and, bo
Kosolvod, That tho nbnvo resolu
tion ho spread on our minutes, and
that n copy of the samo be forwarded
lo H.ilil newspaper.
We, tho undersigned rcpresentn-
1 1 03 III tho Kulaulnnnolo Baseball
League do herein append our signa
tures to tho above resolutions ns a
guarantee of good faith and sincer
ity: Chinese; A. O. .Irs, .-Joseph Doo
Kim, Capt.; Joseph Doo Kim,
Kanlu A. C. Jrs. Jos. O. Vlcrra,
C.ipt.; SI. Gomes, Mgr.
Twilight A. C. Jra. M'l. Sebas
tian, Capt.; M. T. Marshall
Japanese A. C. Jrs. K. Sodaya
su. Acting Capt.; K. Sodnyasu,
Kanlanuwnl A. C. Jrs. Jno. K.
Notley, dipt.; C. L. Wnltlta,
C,iiiiC3o Aloha Jrs. Ho Tong,
Capt. nnd Slngr,
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CHALKING UP A RACE
Two Irishmen wero nbout to run a
lace to n certain treo by different
loutss. Suddenly Slllie slapped Pat
en tho back nnd asked how they wero
to tell wlio'fiached tho destination
first. After a moment's thought, Pat
"I tell jcz, Mike, If I get theio
llrst I'll ninko a mailt on that three
with this chalk, and If you get therd
first, you can rub It ,out." Judgo's
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The Oans-Attill match has hcon
27. Tho Amcrlcnn car In tho round-
The Italian car is ut Tonopah.
tho fastest long distance automo-
Waterhouse Brings News
Of Trophy From-
Sir Thomas Ltpton nuthnrlzed
Tied. T. P. Wnterhoiibo, who hns Just
leturned from Colombo, whero ho
met tho famous old yachtsman, to
ninko nn offer of a trophy cup to tho
winner of tho Trnns-Pnclllc Occi'ii
Itnco. I 'red. states that Sir Thomas
. was very much Interested in nils
thrngs pertaining to the coming race
! and was anxious to learn everything
possible. When ho had been told all
,'tho details, ho announced that ho wns
I going to present a handsomo cup to
tho winning yacht, and ho author
ized Wnterhouso to Inform the com
mittee having charge,
Sir Thomas Upton Is one of the
best sportsmen, In tho true senso of
tho word, In tho world. Ho lovea
sports not so much for tho winning
In thems for tho puro Joy of tho
game. Of course. It has been but
natural that ho should want to win
with his Shamrocks, but ho hns al
ways shown more of a sportsmanllKo
, spirit than some, of tho yacht clubs
with which he has raced In tho
, United States.
I Hcre'H health to Str Thomas and
, may the best boat win!
Sloidecal Iliown, tho Cubs' crack
twlrlcr. Is very slow rounding to foim,
na his arm ileitis qulto n bit of work,
and there Is doubt expressed whether
he will bo ready for thuv opening of
President Ocorgo Dovey of tho Uos
ton Nationals oxpcctu to provide at
tractive baseball for tho homo fniib
this year, ns lio has provided 1000 ex
tra scats on ino lileachers.
j Tho Boston fans nro still wonder-
Ing what Joo Kelly was thinking of
j when ho sent Snm Ilrown back to tho
Two of the Handsomest and
just arrived ex Alameda.
v Come and
The von Hamm -
Special Sale of
Sizes 5 and 7 , 5 yd.
" 0 7V2yd.
" 12 Sl-3yd.
" 10 ;.."'. ' 10yd.
" 22 ; ,..12J2yJ.
" 40 .'.-.... 15yd.
" GO 20 yd.
" 80 . . .'. 25(iyd.
" 100 j . . ..'...?.., SOyd.
" 120 35 yd.
SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY, MARCH 21,
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.,
'Getting Their Horses in
To Shape For Coming
Local polo players aro beginning
to get In Bhapo for tho coming sea
ton, and qulto a number, of enthu
siasts of tho gamo nro out practising
nnd have been for tho past week.
K. II. Lewis has been getting that
game little pony Mallet Into tho old
tlmo form, for ho realizes that ho
hns got to do n lot of riding on tho
horso before It will forget tho leient
Racing seems to have a bad effect
on n polo pony. It makes him ner
vous and fidgety, and llablo to Jump
whon least expected to do bo. This
Is tho reason that Lewis will not
race the stocky bit of hoisellesh
j gal nst the field any more. He wishes ,
to have tho horso in tho very best of
condition whon tho senbon opens, for
the local club Is planning to show
tho Mnul team n few now stunts
nboiit the sport,
Dr, Baldwin has nlso been out
with his horso and long malret. Wal
ter Dillingham will don riding togs
ah soon as ho returns from the other
Islands, The Fleming brothers mo
primed to rldo fast nnd hard In tho
game this year, and havo added to
their professional knowledge of polo
by their trUis to the Coast.
1'3. H. Lewis hut! n now polo pony
which ho has broken to tho game
pretty well already. Lewis will rldo
him considerably fion now on. The,
polo-plnycrs aro turning out at Kn
plolaul Park for tho picscnt.
United Stntes Customs Olllccr
Koulkcs, who was Indicted nt Winni
peg recently rfn n charge of kidnap
ing farmers, surrendered to the sher
iff tbcio nnd was released on $4,000
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