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EVKNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II , WEDNESDAY, APR. 29, 1U08
WHITNEY fc MARSH
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Here; Game Is On
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New i.prinjy StyiuJust Arrived
Yee Chan & Co.
All guesses of crack n I Lot teams
aboard the S S Aoinngl, which nr
llved In port tlilM morning fioni Alis
li.illu hiliiglug ulckcteis to KllllpCtU
with llio liicil.ineii woro winng 1 li
f, i lain Captain Phillips i.ihlol finm
Suva for a m.itih out of a pine splilt
of Hpoit, .nut not because lie Ii ul i
u.iik team, mill wanted to wallop
the Honolulu pln)cis The team U
((iiiipoxi'il of llio Captain ami a mini
lu i of llrst-iublii pisengus "I lic
mi- Cipt 1'hllllps t'apt Hem
ming anil Messrs 1.1ml i). .Mi'llllo,
I) (Iriiiil, A Grant II utlitt, Monek
tmi lliiiikui, Mi While Macplne, Wll
ll.itiin Ileal Hi'
expected The nialtor of partitions
to In- placet) between exhibits Is left
to a Louiinlttoe
J Stcvvait .Mi Holiliihon nml Ilnr
r) Klciiilno wile t'li'Cteil liieiutieiM
Those present nl the inectliiK wcro
Mi Sharp, rluilini in, 0. P. Little
Jolia, tccictni), Dr Hovvnt. J Kelly,
V Charlock, Itosioo Perkins, James
I.eniun, Mi Sp.'oulo, V J. Whjto anil
A T It Jackson
Thu Hawaiian dun Club will liohl
a 10-hlnl hanilliap shoot at the Kn
ka.iKo ti nils, uimmcncltig s 1 1 1 1 mill
I 'i In in ill h s In piogriss this tift-
ci luioii at the .Mil I. Mi I ginunds otlocK till) aflcrnooii Tills Is the
(in it i'M ItGiiii'iit lastid thitiugh tin' list of tho weekly shoots to be held
KINO AND BETHEL STS
IHpsi THE s2
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cover your walls with garish mon
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to show you the beauty of quiet
137 KING ST.
CLARENCE W. MACFARLANE
IN THE MAGOON SLOCK.
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Repaired by our Auto Expert.
Schuman Carriage Co.,
nun n I ill', anil thu tinning mulch Is
ileijdi'dl) tin- spin tine i'elit of the
While the in fit lure vvpio liti lined
I i tliliik th it llio AiiiiuikI was brlng
ln;; hen' a bmiili of lliltlsh irlikct
mk who v. em ii;ulill on the gaine,
iinl haw In en plat tit lug with this
lilt i In liiluil, the mi n on the lioil
h i In fii Im llneil to think that lo-
1 1 uii kiti in are .1 liml aggregation
to i up ngiliisl llinl have also bicn
t lit, igeil In a good ilt.il of spiiuli
'I lie men who aio ilefciitlliiK the
loi.il coloi h this nfternoiin aie It.
Anderson. V I. Stnulf), It J 1Iik.Ii
l Hi own. I. G lllaLkinan, 11 It
Cnttoii, I II I'iililes, !: Grant, .1 It
M Md.t.in. I C McGlll, C. 1'.
'I lie match will close late this aft-
T lie last tlinu men from the Ao
inngl plajetl here thej were batlly
The visiting learn is composed of
ship's oflliers and llrst-cabln passen
The meeting of the Hawaiian Ken
nel Club, held last night nt tho
Young Hotel, brought arrangements
for tho bench show lo be held while
the Tlcet is here a little closer to
(oncluslon, though the two big qucs
tions the matter of ilato and place
of the show aro jet undecided. The
place is probnblj to bo selected from
among llrower's wharf, tho drillshed,
the Oceanic wharf, the old Wilder
quarteis, and the former stand of tho
Cobweb saloon. Tho latter place,
however, is considered scarcely largo
enough Objections were advanced
in regard to somo of tho other places
and the matter went over undecided.
As to the matter of time, it was
decided that It was not so pressing
ns to demand nn Immediate and dell
A letter was read fioni George
Cianfleld, who has been asked to
come hero to net as Judge nt the do?
show Ho sent n lot of good advice
and the club decided to accept nn of
fei of 200 pounds of dog biscuit from
i Or Chijton of Chlcngo In return foi
a pigo advertisement In tho program
for that gentleman's benefit. It was
also oted to accept an offer of badg
es, at flvo cents each, to bo made in
The meeting authorized tho direct
ois of the club to contract debts for
tho expenses of tho coming show
Tho lust Bhovv cost about SG7G. It is
thought that tho coming event will
cost somewhat more
'I hero aro soventy-flvo prospective
i utiles and halt a hundred more nre
lij the club during the close season
Thuy will bu continued with ln
tcriuptlous until tho club's big prtzo
shoot in June, mid will provo of
gicit value In helping tho members
of tho club to get Into theli best
fm in lu l dullness for the two chief
events of the i lull, tho ilub cham
pionship ami the unknown angles
shoot, Willi li tike pl.uu on Junu 10
mil IT, rcspicllvcl) The scml-nii-nil
il in Uu shoot laki.i plain on June
11, the great Hawaiian holldayf
Tho bal t,eam from the transport
Ciook will pho ball for tho second
tlmo during the stn of tho boat
here, at I'unnhou diamond this aft
ernoon at 3 o'clock, with tho team
f I om Oahu College.
The college nlno will bo as foi
lows: C. Davis, p; Ljman, c; Liti
gate, lb; Lovvrc), 2b; Hoogs, 3b; .1.
Desha, ss; W. Desha, If; Akiua, cf;
Tho Crook's nlno lost to St. Louis
College after a fast game by the
score of .1 to 2. Toda 's game should
furnish a good lino on the respective
merits of the two lnterscholnstlc
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20-HORSEPOWER $2300. WHITE STEAM CAR, WHICH WON ITS
CLASS IN THE RECENT BUENA VISTA HILL CLIMB AND
MADE BETTER TIME IN THE RACES THAN ANY
GASOLINE CARS, REGARDLESS OF PRICE
the von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
The Japanese Athletic Club,
tluough John K. Notlej, their cap
tain and trainer, have filed a protest
with the secretary of the Iliverslde
llabelull League against tho Chlncso
Alohas over the game plajetl last
Tho Nippon bos claimed that Um
pire Joj was not right In calling a
"blocked ball" during the fifth Inn
ing, when Kola hit a "beaut" to con
tei field and was caught In trjlng to
connect tho second bag, Harney Joy
dccluiid that It was a "blocked ball"
and permitted Knta to reach second
base without being put out.
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Fou some Tourney
linksjlay 10 h
llio Honolulu (lull Club Is to hold
a fnuibouie touiniiinunt at the Moill.t
Liu links on May lot'i This Is the
second runt or the llawull in Club
schedule 'I he pl.i is to lie-gin al
10 o clock
(licit Inlorcit Is bcl ig shown la
golf lu this end of the Island, and
homo of the pla)crs jro working out
in great form Fo'iio fine plujlng In
looi.ul in. on the lOt'i
his mm HERE
Sir IMwnid Lc-h. ire of Limdn'i
Lug, Is a tluough p 1.1 igv. foi the
Sound on the Aorangl, uu his wa
Inline ft om 11 stay In New Zealand,
whcic ho has been hunting and fish
ing Ho Is a noted sportsman, who
has trnvclid tho woild over lu quest
of game, and who has had a ilcli
fund of experience In this line. Sir
IMuard has been twlie befoic In Ho
nolulu, and compliments It sluceiel)
I liuvo been hole twite, pissing
tluough," he said toda). "it Is 11
verj piett) plate Indiod, and attiact
Ive The Aquarium hole la esptclnl
"Ihuugli I did not go down to New
Zealand merely to hunt and' fish, I
did some gunning nml fishing while
there, and got somo good sport "
Sir Htlwaid has hunted In Africa,
being seven ears on that continent
with n gun, nftcr big game.
Ho BajB It Is a wonderful country
Somo of the officers 011 the ship
were shooting nt sharks outside the
hnrbor tins morning, but he did not
tako any part In the sport, which did
not meet with great success.
C II George, chairman of tho sub
committee on football whllo tho 1'Icet
Is heic, has called a meeting of all
thoso Interested In collegiate foot
ball, to be hold nt the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
office nt 4.30 o'clock p. m. tomorrow.
a a it
Lveu thing Is ready for tho box
ing bonis scheduled at Tort Shatter
foi tomoriow night, Clean sport,
game bouts, and every feature which
makes the fighting game popular is
oxpected, as the soldlcr-bos light on
the squaie, and have tho speed and
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April 29 Kalihi Baseball League
April 29 Cricket, H. C. C. vs. M.
C. C. Baseball, Oahu vs. Crook, 3
April 29 Hawaiian Gun Club
shoot, 5:30 p. m,
Apill 30 Iloxlng, Fort Shatter.
Apill JO Annual meeting, Here
titiilii Tennis Club.
Mas 1 Meeting, Outrigger Club.
M.i J llojs' Clubs Held meet.
Mil) 2 Senior League baseball
J"ii) 2 Wiestllng carnival, Orph
Ma) 2 Contort and dance, Kalihi
Ma) 2 Portugueso ' Hawaii" ben
cllt dance, Lusitnnn Hall.
M.i) 10 Newspaper llasebali
League season opens
Ma) 13 Invitation tourney, Here
timla Tennis Club.
Ma) 17 Wnlalua Golf Club tour
nament Juno 4 Y. M, C. A. gymnasium
Juno 10 Hawaiian Gun Club's
shoot foi tlub championship.
Juno 11 Hawaiian Gun Club's
'semi-annual prize shoot.
I June 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's 1111
known angles shoot.
July .1-1 Hlto races.
July 4 Maul races. , f.
V T. Ilaposo, official scorer of the
Riverside llasebali League, furnishes
the following statistics of Inst Sun
Hatting Averages Kaalas, .37f.;
Japanese, .333; Chinese Alohas,
.207; il'ulamus, .101.
Fielding Averages Japanese,
93C; Kaalas, .932; Chinese Alohas,
.911; I'alamas, .838.
a a a
There will be a meeting of tho
track and field men of the Y. M. C.
A. this evening to discuss the pro
jected field da) to be held when tho
I'lcet Is here.
a a a
Last Sunday at tho Country Club
Harold Giffard majlo eighteen holes
In 73, beating th'o record for tho
course b) two strokes.
The Kaplolanl llasebali League has
a meeting tonight at the resldcnco
of Piesldcnt Sllva.
a a a
The Valleysldo MJabeball Leaguo
holds a meeting tonight to decide a
a a a
The Kalihi Athletic Club holds Its
tegular weekly meeting this even
ing. a a a
Promoter Jack Qleason cannot
fathom Qat Nelson. lie sa)s tho
Dane hunted him up at 1 o'clock on
a Sunday morn 1 115 and said that he
wanted to sign at tides for a 20-round
light with Joe Gnns. Glouson at
onto agreed to put him on with tho
ehnmplon, but Insisted upon the Hat
tier putting up S2500 as a guarantee
of good faith. Tho monoy was plac
ed In Stakeholder John Clark's hando
and Gleason folt happy. Hut Willis
Ilrltt In tho meant line hoard that the
Dine was flirting with Gleason nnd
buzzed him good and stiong and
made him get "cold feet" on the 20
round affair Nelson thereupon look
ed up Clark and ascertained that Hen
Sellg hadn't posted Guns' forfeit.
'wlilfli imin lilm tlin lnni.1t.ita lia wna
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Tho Automobile Club of California
will hold tho first run of tho season
to Del Monto on April 30, nnd the
grandest view possible of tho Tlect
as it conies Into Monteroy Hay tho
morning of May 1 will be enjoyed by
the club, as the membcis will go
down to Point Lqbos and ride up tho
Del Monto drlvo for twenty miles In
tloso view of nnd alongside tho wai
vossels as they steam Into Monterey,
where the ships will remain for four
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Realizing that victory In tho tnter
collcglato athletic championship at
franklin I'lcld, Philadelphia, on May
30 might mean n trip abroad for the
Olympic games, collegians all over
tho country have entered Into the
task of getting Into condition with a
vim that has seldom been equalled in whom mVe a c,umco ,() n
in 13 country. At vine, iiuiviuu,
Princeton, Columbia, Penns)lvnnlii,
Dartmouth, Williams, Michigan and,
lu fact, ull the big colleges and uni
versities, hundreds of students aie
Solomon tq pick tho winner.
Penns)lvnnla has a number ot
champions still on tho squad, but Is
not expected to carry off honors as
easily as last year. Yalo pins her
faith on Hobhlns, Hopkins, Stevens,
lllelnsteln, La Montague, Ilutlei,
Connoi, and Dray. Harvard has con
sistent men on the track, but Is weak
on the field. Cornell will bo icpro-
seuted by 11101 0 than 30 nun, many of
should win the high luudles for
Dartmouth, barilng nccldonts l'rlnca
ton has a suing of good men. Michi
gan Is weakci than Inst )eai, but
stiong still, with some daugcious
training na u body of athletes never , Wllllnms Collego
t. f.l.in.l linF.... Un ...... 1. .I'.ul. ...Ii,
lliililUM uciuit;i ku iiiui.il .mot. mil
vim havo they put Into their woik
that tholi trainers aro delighted with
tho showing their chuiges have al
ready mado, ami all of them predict
that this year's meet will be tho
gieatest over held In America.
Although many ot tho athletes
have been In training less than a
month, they havo Improved so rapidly
has hopes In Horran, In tho high
Jump Amherst's stiong man Is Cap
tain II L White, a 1-59 4-5 halt
mllei a a a
Jim Nell Is editor, publisher, and
stieet vender of tho "Mngnet," a
publication at Emery villa tindc,
which made a great commotion on
its flist nppeaiance. Ho defines tho
that many trainers, who oarller In pUr,,0S0 of his sheet, to uso his own
the season hoped for a Bharo of thojvorils. ..Wo furnlsh the dopo ot
honorB only, aro now sungulne of cap 'events of current Intorcst and yrai
turlng tho championship trophy for' produco tho mnzuma to enable us to
their respective colleges. And otheis carry on the work We1 shall en
who anticipated minor honors now dcuvor to net as a beutlnel In a Hold
claim at least ono championship. whole, too often, thievery has crept
Without knowing tho now mate- i. a spado shall ho a spado with
rial to which the various trainers nro'ua, Irrespective ot time, place, 01 In
pinning their hopes, it would take a1 dividual,"
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