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KVENlNG IIULLKTIN. HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, APR. 30, 1908.
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WHITNEY fc MARSH
Soldier Boys Will Don
Gloves For Two
Big League Will
s Have Players Of
Santa Clara Here
At a meeting of the Honolulu Date
ball League held fit 12:15 today, It
was decided to take up the proportion
of bringing the Santa Clara baseball
team from the Coast, to play one
series of the schedule. The action
was taken after word from the Jap
anese team also In prospect had been
waited for Ineffectually for some time.
Prices "f admission wero fixed at
75 cents nnd GO cunts for adults and
2B cents for children. Season passes
Best line 01 $3.50 Sbocsin the
New Sprinj Sty lo Just Arrived
Ituuiid me! The bit? boxing enter
tainment nt Foil Shutter In on tills
c cuing. A red-hot piellmlnnry,' fol
! lowed by ii milling main event, are
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111! tile IIOIIIUB I liu mill "" " r.ir i.nv mIIiim- n.irl iif tlln cmiltula.
take part lime been training for T,10 K(,.,llt, w)11 luni0 all ball
weeks and are in the lilnk of condl- Ban,c wi,0 the licet Is hero.
1 1 Ion Haul and down to weight, full , l Gleiison, manager of
.of simp and ginger, and all of them Louis A. 0 was
confident, they make an admirable agent.
i I. ..t uflfniiiihm Itnrit mills. I
llllllVII ,'i pv. i''v i -.
cIimiiIj fouglit and sportsmanlike, as W fl. nar lan Wjll
the events given by this club gencr- MVH3UUUUI. 1(1VU If 111
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win ne pirni'iiu'ii uiiiih"
hen HInl ami Kiclmnl-
FRIDAY NEXT, MAY 1st
Defeat Team From The!
Aorangi By Neat
Special Showing of
Local cricketers took honors from J
the team which came In on tho It. M.
8. Aorangi yjstenby. In tho match
ulaw'tl off nt Mii'.Okl grounds venter-
will bo SO for the grand stand, and 111 ,nv aflcrnooti. the II. C. C. wo.t by 7
p I lie events givt
jilitllx .lie. will b
r jfix expected, wl
Vee Ohan St Co.,,
Min p-eieiil a tcn-iomid go. and Tool
mid Murpli) go thlough a six-round
5 ll'lid and Itlchnidson, In the malt,
ijeietit. arc featherweights who will
p tip (he beam at 12:! before going Into
!g the ilng. The other men are big fol
j lows, or the light heav weight class,
licrfi'cth mulched, and cath to weigh
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j I 111 111 II" iiwui.w.-,.
wlckels and :sl runs. This m.-.rks tlm
oiienlng of Hip cricket season In I hid
tho St. city, somewhat earlier linn usii-il lint
press Wt nn Impetus which should make
tho season a marked success.
Tho gamo started at 2 p. in., nnd
slumps wero drawn at B:1G p. in. Tho
Ntsltors batted first and rnn up OS
runs, tho highest tcores being credit
ed to I). Urant, 29, nnd (!. H.irtlclt, 22
Honolulu scored 127 urns for I wick
ets nt the end of play, high scores be
ing It. Anderson, 18; It. J. Illicitly, 3I;(
C. I'. Moise, 18 not out, nnd W. Urown
Tho visitors batted well, but fell
down on the bowling end of the game.
When the yncht Iluwiill goes for a fair ciowd was present. Ofllcluls
licr trial snln tomorrow slie will hno were: Vlggo Jncobsen, scorer; 1). I..
aboard coinmltleenien. crow, and rep- Wlthlngton and W. C. Woedon, urn-
:, rcsen lathes of the press. With sails l'lrw of Anrangl's Innings; l)r. Harve
Be Aboard Hawaii
On Her Trial Sail
KINO AND BETHEL STS.
vftnnjrwjwifwvxwiii.w vtnjtfwvwwYvumin vi.wyiwv4.v
demands simnlicity and restfulncss in
tlceoratioii as well R3 in living. Don't
tnrn your house into a siascuri or
cover your v.iills with garish mon
strosities in wnll-pansr. We'd like
to shew you the beauty of quiet
, PHONE 420.
CLARENCE W. MACFARLANE j
STILL STOCKS j
IN THE MAGO0N BLOCK. I
WATCHMAKER and JEWELER.
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W, C. Peacock &, Co.,Ltd., Agts.
bout, and-all In readiness for her I ";w ' " 1lrJ,c,l,crt- "m""VH
Though opinion op the mUcomo ( ,nn,,,en ,,,, B,l0 Ilow ,cs in the bar- ,:,,; ;,, Ilftcrmmn ,,, W!1B ,,,
aiming the light-fans Is evenl illvl-.bur, a neat, trim little craft. i,y Mesdames AtideiBoii, Macloan. and
ed. the fact that lllrd bus u-cently This Is tho last day Tor entries In OsiiiMlde.
flguied In a good hcrap here 111 tho tlie Trans-I'aclfle Yacht Itnrc, and ai The score:
lole of winner mal.es the men with j cnblo nnnouncliiK tho fate of tho ron-i S. S. AORANHI.
the monej to wager look on dim with, tent, which may be called on" for lack L'apt- Hemming, e Illicitly, h Onlton 2
ftnor. He put out Oakley, under tho of entries. Is dourly expected by the lra"' c. Cation, h .Mcdlll I
.... ..... .... ; Cant. Lindsay, run out 13
management pi mo same cm .. committee here. ..,.., ,, rn,. o
the fneii r.ro 1 1, m'i.ru t. tnin T
in the other bout, as
so well matched, most or tho men
who are doping, out the light keem to
lurk for tho thing to go the limit I
with the poEslblllt of n draw loom-
lug up largoly
dipt. I'hllllps, c nnd b McOill
fl. Ilnrtlett, run out
one of C,
Grant, c Maclean, b Morse.
Maxwell, b Morso
H. Q. Quhinell, Ii Morse
I". C. Martin, not out
From ptcsent Indlentluns,
In fart, the best that tho heaviest entries, possibly the ery
Is gonornlly heard In the way of a heaviest, In tho coming bench show,
knockout Is tho fifth lotinil, and tho to be bold while tho Fleet Is here,
talk of that seems weak. will ha, from tho Knllhl kennels, back
All or the men are slilfty and set-' nl by l'addy Hynn. This Is indicated
online llchtois. who can do counted b the, fact that theso kennels will
on to put up n good exhibition of the have eight dogs In the show, ropre- j for 22. four for 3.1, five for 33. six for
(lueensljerrj game. Uentlng four breeds. They will bo , . secn for 7C. eight for 81). nlna for
The arena wheie the light takes three English bulldogs, one bull tor- 8n- l0" ("q,?,, -iNoNAI YSIS
lil.uo at I-'ort Shafter will be open nt rler, three cocker spaniels, nnd ono cm,,,! w',it., ar, balls.' 1 maiden,
7 o'elook, nml tho ffrst event will bo dachsliunil. Mr. Ityan is very mix- 9 rungi 2 ci(Ut'H! average U..r. Mi
pulled ofr at 7:30. About 300 peo- j lous to see tho show n great success, , (ji 72 balls, 1 maiden, 12 runs, 3
pie can ho gotten" into the building, nnd thinks that It will prove such I wickets; avcrago 17.3. Morte 39 balls,
mid the aiHance sale or seats shows ' from the fnct that tho last show held'O mnldeiiB, 17 runs, 3 wickets; aver
that tho crowd will be a good one. here, without such an attraction nsingo ji-fi. ,,, , ,,
,,. 10 .... .,.. l 1 ll,n l.-liot I., nlir. IIM..,n.1wnv .vn. n HONOLULU LHILKLI Ll.UII.
.ie.lll HlllirL Mill liu lliv Dlti.tll. uini ." . .. fc . n..u .. ,... .. .. , ..
it will be the 11I111 of the men behind success, from financial nnd other
the light In put up sued an exhibition ' Mandpolnts.
RUNS AT l'AI.L OF EACH WICKET
One wicket for ti. two for (!. thre
New assortment in ai! styles of garments
iis will heli ledeem the light game
In this clt.
1 L. O. Illiickman, li I). Orunt 1
I V. llrown, b A. Orant II
Unlit. Anderson (dipt.), c quliiuell,
One of tho Individual owners who, , Cniit. Lindsay I
will enter 11 good number of dogs ls,R. I. Illicitly, c Ciittun, b dipt.
B.ild to bo Mr. Medealf of Hllo, who I'hllllps 31
will havo ulx there. In this enso It C. P. Morso not out 18
looks al if lie will be 0110 of tho moU -J- ' ,,?cl,in," , . '!"1 " '"
, , . , . , , , .1. C. MrOI II, did not bat
In) ul supporters of good dog-brccd-. ., .,,, ,,, .., liat
After playing a close game Mon- lug In tho Islands. jw ls sxmci-t ,u,i n()l mt
day Villi the Crack St. Louis team or Promoters of the show uro unxlous j. n. Flddes, did not bat
the "big" league, thel baseball nine In attract attention hero to tho C. Egan, did not lut
fiiim tho transport Crook jesterdav breeding of good dogs, as many of the 1 Ryes j
met 11 flushing derent at the bunds or mongrel curs seen about town nroj
.O.thti College nine, the scoic stand- J very objectionable, and It would bo itirisig T Ki V 'oK KAciil Wlt'KKT
' Ins at IB to 3 In the fifth, after 1 better, It Is thought, for people to ( 0no wicket for 21, two lor 21, tlireo
I ti-M.-lt wilt!.,,, iii-i-fiimi rif liu. Mt.mirli. 'own dons of eiiouch value, so that ,.. ... r r.... ,?
........ .. ....v... ,.. , ..- - - --. - , mr vi. ni'ii 1111 11.
MANUEL REIS. $all up
time by teiepnone any one
numbers: 290, 200, 10D7.
tor was nut kept.
The teams t lotted out as follows
Ciook Marshall, Hi; Ittghtmlre,
Ihey will tako euro of them.
Threo hiiudred and thirty-four
I) (Irani 3li balls, 1 nmldeii, 27
runs, 1 wleket; aerngo 27.0. A. Grant
,J U; llunge. 21.; Ilensl.igcr. ss; J0I111- ""K hvo been entered tor tlio San -so nans. 1 mi uon. i r. is. .
Imi'cC Turner v Wallers 3b- 1 1'ianclsco dog show. Hull, tcrrlcis. ' 't: nverago 18.0. dipt. Phil lps-.,o
V.ua:.. .. ..:.. '.. " ' "'' U-kor Himnlels. Kneii.i. setters ,,, "alls, 2 maiden. 23 tuns. 1 wlekot: av-
nt anv D""1"- " """ """ '" l . ----- - - - '-,-,' urago 11.3, Capl. IIuiiiltiK 3K ii-iiih. 0
at any iiuiHmv. nosliu. cf: C. Limaii "'"t'1" torriora will make tho beat ,. , ,., wi-kets. nvorngo
01 mese j noHlli A i,(,wro.f j,,. w. sdowlng. Ca,;t i,,8ay 30 balls, 2 inald-
l.l.lL'.it... lb! f! Alilnn. If! fi. D.ivls. SS K lens. 21 runs. 1 wicket: uverngo 21.0.
PACIFIC PICTUP.E FRAMING CO.,
Repaired by our Auto Expert.
Schuman Carriage Co.,
in W. Hoogs, 3b; mid I). Townsend,
W. Warieu and At Williams, um
A nieetlng'of the lleretanla Tennis
Club will bo hold llijoom 402, Juild
building, tdln ufteinoon nt 5 o'clock.
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I). L. Austin won tho weekly shout '
uf the Hawnllnti Gun Club, a 10-blrd
liiindleap, yesterday nfternooii, at tho
Kakaako traps, by getting 10 straight
'ignlnst 10 out or 12 for Watcrhoiise.
I. W. Harvey was thlid, with 8 out
ur 10. Six nicmbois took part.
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April 20 lloxlng, Port Shafler.
April 30 Annual meeting, Here
tuiila Tcnula Club.
May 2 Senior
A'.ay 2 Wrestling carnival, Orph
1 11111 theater.
May 2 Conceit and dance, Kalllu
May 2 Portuguese "Hawaii" ben
efit dance, Lusirann Hall.
vjlu. map SOLDIERS
Quito a crowd of soldier-boys from
the Crook was given a good tlmo at
tho Y. M. C. A. laBt evening, singing
bongs, listening to tho efforts of mu
tt it it atcitr cntcrtaliiors, anil watching
8 tnmo Interesting Japancso wrcBtllng
" and fencing. Secretary Super, whllo
" waiting for homo of tlio entertainers
to show up, played some demonstra
tive eces oa tho piano, which prov
ed (itllo n biireers. Then Tom Lane,
oneo of tho Ilrllisli army, sang sonic.
i of a kind lo cheer tlio military
as accompanied hy Sor
er of Company 11, who
Lciguo baseball m( M,.0 Btutterlng Bpccialtles which
would have won him n salary on the
Orphciiiu circuit. ' A leading by II.
Thompson was original, and the
source of somo run. William War
ren did a clover monologue uini
301110 or tho soldlors wero called to
tho platform, giving buck-nnd-wlng
Congress Playing Cards
Never bend, crack, or tear. They art ns smooth as ivory, nnd
thin nnd springy, with gold 'edges. I
It's a pleasure to nlay with them; they are "just risht." The 1
back designs are gems of Italian art, reproduced direct front the ;'
originals 01 zampigm.
We have a big niw assortment,
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fliay iu newspaper iiaseu.iu janclng exhibitions, nnd olocutlon
League soason opens. . , try efforts on subjects of intcrost to
May 13--InvItntlon tourney, Ucro-'urniy mg
tunlu Tennis Club. ' I tl tt tt
May 17 -Walalun Golf Club tour- Tho entry book for tho lleielanl.i
"anient. iTonnls Club's invltntlfrn tournament
Juno 4 Y. M. C. A. gymnasium now onon In tho snorting donnrt-
Juno 10 Hawaiian Gun
shoot for club championship,
Juno 11 Hawaiian Oun
scmlfiinnunl prize shoot.
Juno 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un
known angles shoot,
July ,3-1 - lllln raepfl,
July 1 Maul nices.
I nieut of E. O. Hall & Son. Ltd. No
Club's entrance; all playeis In the Territory
aio Invited to outer.
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Tho P. A. f. V., western branch of
tlio A. A. U, has again taken nma
I tour bnxlng.uiiiler Its wing.
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