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EVENING HULLUTIN, HONOLULU. T. II., THURSDAY, APR. lC, 1908.
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lUST RECEIVED, per "Hilohian" a lot of
J those well-known English SLAZENGER
TENNIS BALLS and DOHERTY RACKETS.
We also have a full line of SPALDING'S
RACKETS, TAPES, NETS, RACKET PRESSES,
and all sorts of Tennis Goods.
RESTRAINING RACKETS A SPECIALTY, and all work guar
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Stoddard-Dayton Motor Car Co.,
Model "K" wins fust in $2750.00 class, first in $3500
class, first irr $3500.00 end over, defeating all entries, re
gardlcss of H. P. Also snecial time prize, winning hill rec
Old. Model 8-H wins third in $1000.00 to $1800.00 clas.
Polo Players Are
i The Oahu l'olo Club In conjunc
1 tlon with some local assistance pro
j peso and la now getting the initial
portion of Its program ready to have
u grand gain fete-day on that hU
torlrnl Hawaiian holiday, the com
ing Kainchamchn Day, Juno Nlov
cnth. Although yet In Hh Iiiclnlcncy
j tho lilnn has met with bo much ap
I pi oval among vololats and others
1 whom It la proposed to Intercut that
there Is little doubt but what the
event will be forwarded to a success
ful Issue. The day Itself, once ono
of tho most generally celebrated of
nil Hawaiian holld.iys, when master,
mnn mid innld hied to Knplolaul
l'arl; mid bccnm.p.iit mid parcel of
the vast throngs that filled that urn.
brngcnius resort, hns of late passed
Here is the car
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Home-Made and Guntker's
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When the Sleeper Wakes
he will want something appetizing for hi? breakfast. We
can offer for his pleas ar: so.t.0 of the hist smoked hams
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Mr. 'Herbsrt Suggests
And Ford Does
Ended At Washington
II. I.. Herbert and Alexander Ilumu
Ford met this morning nt tho oillcu
of It. II. Trent to consider ptuns for
tmltliiK tho anglers with tho proposed
Mr. Herbert stntvd that hu and his
Isnak Walton de ottos wero in tho
habit of using uutrlgger cauous for
Ilshlng panics within tho reefs near
, VVnlklkl, but that there was sonic
I time n dlfllculty In finding a plnco to
, keep the canoes ulieii not In nctual
soinewhnt nuletly by. but the Intend- I use. Tho proposition was that tho
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cd action of the l'olo Club will make
tho oltl-tlineig and the new-comers
sit up and InKc notice when It Is told
them that under the auspices of tho
club It Is pioposed to luivo horse-racing,
several speedy automobile racos,
run with turns to be made tho same
an chariot races, and grand llnale
In an exciting polo contest between
two of the Island teams. And they
go further, tliete Rood polo sports;
they piopose not to ask n copper for
admission to view thu events. All
the lioite races, running and burnesB,
the puff, clatter, honk and nerve-lry-Ing
contests of tho led nnd black dev
ils, of nutos, nnd the polo contest,
nil "pin bono publico," except such
amount, small or large, that a well- B0 out with the native fishermen and
Inteutloned public may of their own , see how our fish aio speared, after
sweet will deliver up In the contrlbu-. being discovered tlnougli tho glass
anglers unite with thu Outrigger Club
ami that certain canoes bo set aside
for fishing purposes, and Iho'Cluh bo
not only a surfing, but also n fishing
club. .Mr. Herbert nnd his friends
will attend the first geuerul meeting
of tho Outrigger Club and tho two
organizations will probably combine
mid unite their efforts to rcvlvo old
Hawaiian Stirling sports.
Often n boat load of the anglers
make n catch of soventy-flve or a
bundled fish within it few hours, and
certainly the stranger within our gatiM
will ni oh t gladly welcome an oppor
tunity to Indulge In n day's sport of
Mr. Herbert Is an enthusiast on'reef
Washington, D. C, April C. Tho
race track gamblers nre after Senator
Carter of Montana nnd are trying to
get him to reconsider his determina
tion to push the nntl-gambllng bill
thiough the Senate. Carter has been
undo chairman of tho sub-committee
having tho mcasuro In charge and he
has announced that ho Intends to
push It through. There is a gr6nt
dcinnnd In Washington to have the
gambling suppressed. It has been
the ruination of many men, nnd
'clerks in tho departments, men work
ing In stores nnd In many other
walks of life, liavo spent their money
on tho horses while their families
suffered. Senator Carter was out In
an Interview ono morning Baying
that ho Intended to favor tho bill
nnd almost before ho had finished
his brenkfnBt one of tho rnco track
men was nt his hoimo trying to con
vince him that ho was taking tho
wrong course and ought to reconsider
his dcclarntton. Hut it Is no use.
Gambling at tho race tracks Is doom
ed so far as Washington Is concerned.
Congressman Slmms of Tennessee Is
the man whji pushed tho bill through
the House. He hud a hard time do
ing It, but ho took the bill through
nil Its parliamentary stages and beat
every objection and point of order
that was made against It. Slnmii
flclilng from an outrigger canoe ami Ba8 ''? 0!d ,,ot want to do tllls bc
thlnks It would be nultu nn advertise- cause he has been pressing tho pro-
Jintlit to tho Islands to have tourists hibltlon bill ever since Congress op
ened anil declares tliat ho does not
wnnt to get the reputation of being
tlon boxes at the gates. Thoroughly
Hawaiian Is the Idea, the well-noted
hospitality of Honolulu bubbling up
nnd finding outgo through the good
heads and hnyrts of the O.ibu Polo
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The representatives of the League
babeball teams met. at the rooms of
Thompson & Clemens today at noon,
nnd, after u somewhat heated discus
sion over tho reported action of the
Hnpld Transit Company, which seem
ed to the representatives to bo Inim
ical to the League Interests, the
schedule of tho season's games pro
posed to bo drafted at this meeting
wnB postponed imNl ,, noxt week.
Those present were Oleason, Kulk,
Vlc I nnuin PnninnilM Mm! Rlpprn.
representing ' Loiguo teams, and ' signed hy, James K. Morgan, A.
.'rn.,k Tlniiimn.li. .ocroinrv. I'rd. Jamos A. Wilder, Wm. It.
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If thu following Information Is
considered worthy of notlco by the
tiustccs of the local Leaguo It would
be well for them to take heed and
lay In a good stock of the cIubIvc
box. As a sportsman, however. Mi
Herbert prefers the line. He would
have native fishermen employed by
tho club, who could act as guides to
all tho good holes In tho reefs mid
show the haole how to catch shrimps,
without which bult reef fishing loses
much of Us zest.
As stated In the U u 1 1 u t 111 somo
tlmo ago tho Outrigger Club p'roposed
to build a latial on the grounds of tho
Seaside Hotel, where It would keep a
number of canoes add about ono hun
dred surf boards, tho Idea being to
revive and keep ullvo suVllug sports
of every kind, as ono of tho great at
tractions pf Hawaii. '
Tho dues for those who wish to In
vito frlei)ds from the Coast, to enjoy
the privileges of thu club. Including
use of canoes and surf boards. It Is
pioposed to put at ten dollars a yeai.
whllo actual surfers and school boys
will pay five dollars per annum.
A call, .setting forth tho objects of
the Club,, Is being sent out and Is
tle, J. A, Gllninn, Itlchard II. Trent.
I. Wnterhouse, J. A. McCandless, II.
1. Wood, A. M. Ilrnwn and A. L. C.
About one hundred members have
been secured and those wishing to be
come members of tho club are re-
rubber for the coining prospective ! guested -by hs promoters to send
tncir names to u. it. fi'.mer, izz
King street, Phono 371.
Our full line of Cards and Novel-!
lies for Easter The Largest Dis- j
play We Have Ever Had are now
onen for insnection. I
Particular attention to Island orders,
Wall, Nichols Co., Limited
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd., Agts.
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone nny one of these
numbers: 500, 200, 1007.
Repaired by our Auto Expert.
Schuman Carriage Co.
busy season The Information Is, to
1 the ctrect that with the price of high
i grade baseballs advanced nnd whis
pers in tho air that another advance
is contemplated by tho mnuufactur-
011!, Young America will hnvo reason
tllls year to bo V'real sore" on the so
called rubber trust. One of tho prin
cipal reasons given by the manufuc
tuters Is the advance In tho price of
rubber, n large percentage of which
Is employed In the composition of tho
first-class ball. Tho cheaper grades
of balls will letaln for the same
prices as forjnerly.
Tho Coast League, which now,
more than ever before, calls atten
tion ft oui here, on account of the lo
cal acquaintance with tho Mln.no
I'Uher tourists, seems to bo very
well balanced. An oxpert Says:
"Where Is there a weak club? Lo.s
Angeles won't be as strong us It was
last season. Ilcrry will miss Cruv
nth, Carlisle and Hums, but ha will
have a good team at that, San Fran
cisco must hnvo a good team fiom
all accounts, I haven't seen the Seals
play, but they all tell ma thut they
can go sotno, Portland Is. represen
ted by u fast bunch. McCrcdle's new
men have all the action of good play
Manager (lleaeon of the St. Louis
team, promoter of the piojcct to get
the college tennis of Tokto, Japan,
und Santa Clara, Calif., to visit here,
reports having received vory favor
able advices from tho Santa Clara
team nnd Indicating they could conic
In June or July.
It will bo A groat tlmo for the fans
when tho expected Snntu Clara tcam(
and the local St. Louis mix It up in
tho diamond. The Coast Saints car
ry nn average butting record of ovej
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x The Itiveislde llasehnll Leaguo
will meet this evening In A. L. C.
Atkinson's office to nrrnngo tho final
nu all-round reform crank. At tho
stime time, ns there was no one else
who would take up the bill for sup
pi t-sslng gambling, he did so und
made a success of It.
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Willi IIP m
"Jack" Atkinson, tho president of
the Henlunl Iloat Club, stated yester
day that It was his Intention to call
a meeting of tho club dill lug this
week. Jack could not tell tho day,
although there wero but three days
of the week left, nor could he tell
what the subject for consideration
would bo. -.
Pete Unrron, the herculean trnln-
ei of tho Henlunl club, Is a lino spec
imen of the "human form divine."
Piofcssor Pcto although G9 years of
tigo Is us clean-skinned, clean-limbed
nnd muscular as a man of 4S. He'
carries Ills 20! pounds easily and
well and Is the picture of health.
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Supervisor Dwlght of the County
Fathers might givo his attention to
the making of a pathway or side
walk, even of boards, along the road
way leading by tho boat houses', and
many lady visitors to the clubs won! J
call lilm blessed.
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The Myrtle Iloat Club members aro
ktlll undecided over tho Fleet races
preparations. If anything Is to ba
douo inj tho way of making a good
showing. It seems to bo high time to
get Into practice,
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The- .Hawaii Is being rapidly and
well figged by the riggers In charge
under the wntcliful eye of Capt. Aloe
Lylo, -The yacht Is now becoming
more pronounced ns to her appeal1
anco as 'a sea-going boat,
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The sampan fleot, near tho Myrtle,
bat house, Is an Interesting place to
view. Tho heaps of miscellaneous
matter, which belongs to a single
sampan Is it curiosity to stranger or
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details for opening tho League sea-' ",0 "ainoiiaiuoua win, very pron
Mm Sunday, April 20. "bly, tako ono of her long stretches
, ," to windward on Sunday. There Is
Three women, alleging defamation I KenemMy a Jolly crowd of guests on
of character, horsewhip Itnv. J. M. boaul wl' e"J' tl10 cruise.
WHITNEY & MARSH
Elbow lengths, in PINK, BLUE, WHITE, BLACK, TAN,
and BROWN; PLAIN and EHBR0IDERED,
Trefousse Kid Gloves
in WHITE, BLACK, PINK, BLUE, GREY, TANS, CHAM
PAGNE; 10-BUTTON CHAMOIS-FINISHED SEAMS,
"DOROTHY DAINTY" RIBBON SETS.
HOSIERY, VEILS, ETC.
Foster, the lato addition to fistic
nthletcs, k part-colored. Ho is .i
fighter with a record, and from his
nppetirnnco and experience would
make a good match for any 1 40
:t n a
It Is to he regretted that tho trus
tees do not appoint an athletic In
structor for the Kniiiehanioha
Schools. Plenty of good material,
with beneficial results.
Tho Ptinahou boys aro practicing
for the coming baseball season. They
hnvo good coachors besides their ath
letic instructor mid will mako quite
a showing during the season.
Auto trips toward Tantalus to tho
view-point on Punchbowl are being
made, by muny residents these beau
tiful moonlight nights.
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llatelwn Is ii favorite ocross-tho-couutry
run now and the popularity
of tho hostelry Is Increasing In the
estimation of autolsts.
n a a
Speedy skirmishes nre of dally oc
currence between nutulsts on Knla
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Theio are 21C automobiles listed us
being licensed in this city.
The following players will consti
tute the team of tho St., Louis club
for tho coming season. Tho positions
liavo not been yet directly assigned
to each, but a good guess may be giv
en where each ono will play. This
Is tho list: En Suo, ABal, Arcla,
Mnrkham, Aylett, Jim Williams, Jno.
Williams, Harney Joy, lluslinell,
Ayuu, Soares, Ilruns, Dili Williams.
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Tho Gladys has been overhauled,
repainted and generally nmdo good
for the coming yachting season. Sho
Is at her usual nnchorngo off the
Young brothers' boat house.
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Tho King Dove, Pultaona, Gladys
and Hawaii, will, If tho weather Is
propitious, probably tako a spin to
ward Pearl Harbor on Sunday next.
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The senior crows of the Healanl
club will probably engage In practice
within n week or two.. Nothing do
ling at prcsont.
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The game at the League grounds
tho coming Saturday will bo between
tho St. Louts and Diamond Heads, in
another try-out match,
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Tomorrow afternoon thoro will bo
n game at Anla Park between teams
of the HIversIdo Junior League
Remember that tho Garbage Depart
ment hat promjeed to cart away the
refuae when you clean up your aide
walk. Call up the department when
your part of the work" la done,
And every other one of the famous 57 has just been
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