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'nVKNINO nUIXKTlN. HONOLULU. T II.. Vi:i)N!:SDAY. AIMl 22, 1008
MAN OPERA HOU
May 1st or 2nd, as per arrival of the S.S. "Maraina"
W. D. ADAMS PRESENTS
The Famous Violinist
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF SIR. JUNKERMAN
Incomparably the Greatest Musical Genius of the Violin. It is through the fortuitous circumstances of Mr. Kubelik's Australian
Tour that Honolulu is presented the opportunity of hearing this "Prodigy Among Artists" even under the heavy guarantee required
A MUSICAL OPPORTUNITY HITHERTO UNPARALLELED IN HONOLULU
Tlxe Prices have been arranged to suit everyone.,
Seats on sale at WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Bress Circle and 1
Parqixet, - i
Bajcony, 1st row, $3.00
Balcony, 2nd row, 2.00
WHITNEY fe MARSH
Hats Flower and Ribbons
Just received the latest and most
up-to-date styles and shapes.
We are also showing a new line
of Black Voil Skirts, these are
right from the factory and are
chip and natty.
L B. KERR & CO., LTD.,
Shad and Salmon
Fat and fresh, received here on the Alameda, These are
the king and queen of the finny tribes and arc not cjual
led by any fish in these waters.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited ,
J I ANLHj
?T-'" fii Tt i ' nil Imi'
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUKQ HOTEL
The Country Cluli will hold a Tour,
lonm tournament i)f Inturcst on next
Sunday morning. The playing Is
scheduled to begin at 10 o'clock. The
entries will closo promptly at that
time, ti as tn got tho match through
In an orderly way, Sonio of the lieKt
golfers will lio mt and lino work In
expected to result. Recent perform
ances hmu aroused a Rood deal of at
tention, ho that overjono who follow
the (tamo will nit up and tnko notleo
of tho outcome, on tho coming occa
sion Tho (Jreons Committed Is now hav
ing printed a schedule of tho Ramos
to he phi)cd In futuro, which Includes
an elaborate program. Though tho
sehedulo has not been mado public,
It will embody games for every
month In tho jcar. bo that golf at
tho Country Club Is to ho active In
tho da)H to conic. Closo mntches an, I
keen competition nro promised.
SOLDIER tHEBTUI HARD
The puss. Who will box it J'ort
Sbafter on tho 30th of this month
aro all hard nt work gottlng In shapo
for tho mills, which aro probably not
to bo a snap for anybody. Tho ... .i.i
were orlgtnnlly to have beon held
last night, but tho mon were not In
very good condition, and It was folt
that better sport could bo gotten by
having tho follows who will mix It
In tialnlng longer.
Doth fights will ho of merit, It Is
thought. The big fellows, Muipby
and Topic, should put up ,a heavy
weight exhibition which will give
tho fight fans a treat, while a fast go
Is anticipated when II) rd and llich
: unison, of tho lightweight cinqs, fuco
each other In the squat ed click".
Tlieso men nio all soldier liojs who
ale In the game paitly for the fun
of the thing. nsHuiIng the cleanest of
ipriit, ami game bouts u lion the gout;
umiiils nml the battling begins.
II. .1. Lord broke all pioUous unto
louiids between this place and Hale
iwa on last Sunday, making thu dis
tance In an hour and ten niluutcx.
He had a Wlnton car, which was not
fcUlpped for tho run, and which car
ried seven people flood chiving did
a big part of the work In clipping
the seconds finni provlous perform
ances. SAINTS fflHMIE PIS
Tho St. Louis baseball team defeat
ed tho I'umihoii team ycctoiday at
I'unahou Held by a close,' scoro of )
to n. In a clean, snappy, and well
plajed gnmo'. The Saints aro outsid
ers In the InterBcholastlc baseball
league, because thdy did not got In
on tho formation of that body, hut
they showed a' class yestcrdny which
demonstrates tho fact that they
would havo mado themselves felt If
tliey had gotten In on tho three-cornered
L'splndn and Honan played star
St. I.. C. J. Clement, c; Ksplndn,
p, Dicier, lb; Kngllsh (Cnpt.), 2h;
llonan, 3b; Aynu, bs; Lcandio, I,.
Akana, rf; Townscud, cf; Hoopal, If.
I'unahou C. Lyman, c; Davis, pj
Udgate, lb; Lowrey, 2b; V. Deslia
3b; J. Desha (Capt.), ss; Aklnn, rf;
Arcia, cf; Chi Hut, If.
Tho opening dato for cricket has
been set for May 2, as a consequence
of the cabled message from tho S. S,
Aoiangl at Suva. Pjactlco lieglns
nest Saturday afternoon at MaklUl
gioimds. The ijato set will make tho
opening of tho cilckct season a week
earlier than usual
Much eiithusliuim is felt among
local iiUketi'iH nwr the pui'ipect of
tho nppio.ichlug match.
A meeting nt the Honolulu llase
ball League will bo held at 12:1..
o'clock tomorrow In the olllces of
Thompson ft demons, for thu pur
pose of choosing an cilllclal umpire, I
and an anglng a sehedulo for the first
series which tho teams are to play oil
this hummer. Tho clubs nro now ,
hard at practice, but the details of
tho schedule havo been left open, nnd
theie will be a lot of very Intel cstlng '
business to transact tomonow. It l ,
also expected that after this meet-,
lug tho pioposltlou which Is afoot to
bilug to thlf" placo the Santa Claia
team f i om tho Coast will go through
rapidly, and tho men fiom the Call-'
fornla collego will bo heio to play off
tho second scries. It Is for this i en
son, In part, that tho arinnglng of
tho second schedule Is now loft open.
Until sorles of tho schedule of tho
season will Includo eighteen Sntur
d.ijs, with two games on each day of
play. Oniccis havo been chosen,
bomo time ago, so that tho man to
handle tho Indicator Is tho only man
who Is now In doubt.
Tho project to bilng down Santa
Clara Is attracting a good deal of in
terest among fans. Tho Santa Clara
men nio good ones, and well known
In California. They havo put soma
good men Into tho big league, and
now have a second babomau who play i
cd a pait of tlio picsont California
State League season with tho San
Jose team, and covered himself with
The teams nro haul at work,
though it Is doubtful, and will ho un
til nftor tho mooting todny, when tho
flist ganio Is to bo lilayod off. The
teams aio scaicely In condition yet.
n t: ,
Tho tlmo for the regular opening
of the K.illhl league has not been def
initely determined jet. The game
pl.ijed olT last Sunday was In tho na
ture of a practice matcji.
I' '.. DnAiman hns disponed "f
lI.uL' I'lile to Trunk Doss for $,!&UU.
NEW SHIRT WAISTS
CinTC in Black and white soft
JIXUUJ, guaranteed Taffeta, Voiles,
wmmmmm Panamas, etc.
wm, niiini. . mjuj-immi i, n uuli.j i- lu-n.mj-t.- -iu-muw.
JUST RECEIVED, per iiilonian," 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-antccd.
! E. 0. HALL & SOW, LTD,
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