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Rl D WVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. 1!., TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1908. ' -
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Auto for Hire
In case no cable Is received by tlio
Yacht Committee beforo Saturday,
saying that tho raco across the Pa
cific Is on, the yacht Hawaii will go
on a cruise over (Saturday and Sun
day, with a number of other boats
to accompany her. They will cruise
to Wnlanae, expecting to leac this
port at 1 p. m. Vlco Commodore C.
T. Wilder will be on tho Hawaii.
The nchts which are expected to
go along on this trip are the Helonc,
Capt. Whitney; La Paloma. Capt.
Macfarlane; Old Hawaii. Cnpt. Sor
ensou; Olads, Capt. Thomas King;
Knpolcl, Capt. Louis Kenton; Spray,
Cant. K. llrown: and tho Kameha
mcha, Capt. Hob Scott.
There will he nothing like a race
In the event, which Is purely a cru
The Hawaii Is open for visitors
If the cable comes, tho Hawaii
will be turned over to the men who
will Rail her. If tho race is made, It
is expected to be run nbout tho 10th
of July, andthe Hawaii would sail
from here about June 1st.
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HUES WIH FROM DEEMS
The Kancohe nine nnd the Hccia
baseball team tried conclusions on
the 9th at Knneohe, with tho result,
that the visitors were handed tho
short end of n 12-7 score, tho game"
going to the homo team through a
big Hilling in the seventh Inning,
when seven runners crossed the pan,
making the game nil theirs in the
The line-up of the tennis was or
Kuneohcs John Sllva, c; Sam Pe
ter, p: Robert Kamaunu, lb; Henry
K. Domingo (capt.), 2b; Joseph K.
llrlght, 3b; J. K. Morris, ss; Manuel
I Lopez, If; Sam Ah Nee, cf; Lawl Ka
I hepa, rf.
Heelas Kukahlwa, c; John Mc
Cabe, p; Apa, lb; Noah. 2b; Pill,
3b: S. Scott, ss: Ah Tong. If; Joe
Adam, cf; Ponta, rf.
Score by Innings:
1 2 3 4 G C 78 9
Kaneohc 10200270 012
Heelag 00032020 0 7
Umpire: Gcorgo Watson.
Tho St. Louis and the Punahou
baseball teams cross tho stickB this
afternoon at Oahu College for what
picmlscs to bo ono of tho best games
In tho intcrscholastlc schedule. The
Kama play on Saturday.
Though tho Punahous have had a
winning Btrealc and had a walk-over
with the High School the last game,
tt Is bollecd.that the game today Is
anybody's, nnd nil the men will need
to play tho inside game for any side
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Local Twirler Writes To
Jess Wood Of His
,Thnt Dick Renter of tho "big
league" hero Is making oertures to
tho managers of the Coast Lcaguo
appears from the following mall ad-
ico from the Coast:
Dlclt Router, the best pitcher In
tho Honolulu League, still has a hnn
kcrlng to play In California. Heuter
Is n bit sorry that he didn't report
to Danny Long when ho agreed to.
Long sent him a lontract. which ho
accepted, but tho supposition was
that Harney Joy advised Dick to hold
the local manager up for more mon
ey,, Jess WooiIb receicu a cnuri lei-
tcr from the Honolulu twirler a low
duyH ago and reading between tho
lines It was owdont thut tho latter
regretted ho didn't Join the Seals
long ngo. Hoveer, It Is not totrlato
to Blgn Rcuter, for he writes: "If you
think ou could place me In Bomo of
tho tcnmB there 1 wish ou would uo
It. I nm still throwing a few hero
and am In pretty good shape."
Some of the Coast League clubs
could do worBe than experiment with
Rcuter If "Danny Long is through
with him. If he got to winning Rcu
ter would be oery hit as big a card
Auto Race Probably
First of the Month
Tho around-the-Islond auto raco
which is being gotten under way will
probably be held about the beginning
of tho coming month, according to
prcsont plans. It Is thought that tho
entries by that tlmo will be suffi
cient, and that a comenlent dato can
It Is now proposed In connection
with this ince to hold a seal bonnet
contest. This Is a matter of tho pow
ers of the car, whereas the plan of
the regular race Is to test tho Judg
ment of the drher. Tho seal bonnet
plan Is to have all the bearings oiled
and tho tank filled with gasollno and
all tho bonnets then scaled, so that
nothing In tho way of oiling or tak
ing on more gasolino can be done
without breaking a seal. The mn-i
who can run around tno Island with
out breaking a seal gets a perfect
score, and so down tho line.
This will enable contestants to en
ter for the Judgment run, or for tho
scaled-bonnet contest, or for both.
Interest is being manifested In tho
run, nnd a number of entries hnvc
been piomlscd. It Is expected that
the entries by the tlmo the race is on
will be very heavy.
and Turkish Towels
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20o size .'. REDUCED TO 15c $1.70 dz.
25c size REDUCED TO 202 $2.30 dz.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
ns Barney Joy was last car. Jesi
Woods thinks a lot of Reuter nnd has
no doubt itbout him making good in
clthcrof i-the two leagues-on the
Coast. ,i j.
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May 12, 1908.
Temperatures C a. m., 71; 8 a,
in , 70; 10 n. m., 7G; noon, 78; morn
ing minimum, 71.
Unrometcr, 8 a. m., 30.08; abso
lute humidity, 8 n. m., 5.98C grnlns
per cubic foot; relative humidity, 8
a. m., 62 per cent.; dew point, 8 a.
Wind 6 n. m., velocity 10, direc
tion E; 8 a. m., velocity 9, direction
A enmo of baseball postponed from IE: 10 a. m., velocity 20, direction E;
yesterday Afternoon will be played to I noon, velocity 15, direction E,
Tho Hindu population of tho city
vvas Increased considerably oh Satin
day by tho return from Olaa of a
number of laborers. Thoso men, It
seems, wanted more money than tho
ruling rate of wages. Tho plantation
authorities felt that they could not
upset tho whole establishment to re
ward tho demand of tho Hindus, bo
the Hindus quit.
Thero Is Btlll a considerable) ucicg.i'
ft COOD TDT
"Pick where joh scratch." So many
scratch good and hard, but wwhllu
they nro looking away to sonic otlu r
scratching giound others pick up
what they have tcratchcil out. You
won't have to scratch go hard to pay
your shoo bills If ou bring jour .old
Hhoes to Vlckors' Repair Shop to bo
neatly and quickly lepalrud by Ilia
latest method. SIioob icpalrtd while
E. II. Lewis's Shamrock and M. J.
Roder!gue3's Duke will lun off a half
mile match raco at Kaplolanl Park
on next Saturday weok, at G p. m.
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Entries for the Hcretanln Invita
tion tennis tourney close tills after
noon at a o'clock at u. u. nan &
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The local horsemen nro' talking
races for tho Fleet, nnd they are nlsj
talking of the need of n good track. '
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Tho final round In the Wnll Cup
tennis tournoy will be played this
afternoon, beginning at 4:30 o'clock.
Tho fight game Is booming a lit
tle. Hut fow of tho challenges nro
being tnken up.
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The yacht Hawaii will be towfd to
Pearl Harbor next week.
day between the teams of the Hlgn
School and the, Kamehamcha School,
on the latter's grounds. The tlmo of
the gnmb Is set for 3:3Q.
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The Kullhl Athletic Club meets
this evening. ,
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tt SPORTS CALENDAR "
May 12 Beretania Tennis Club,
Wall Curi tonrnev. 4:30 p. m
Mav 12 Ealihi Athletic Club
May 12 Baseball, Xams. vs. High
School, former's diamond, 3:30 p. m.
May 1Z Baseball; runs vs. at.
Louis, Oahu College, 3 :30 p. m.
May 13 Invltntion tourney, Hcr-
etanla Tennis Club,
May 17 Walalua Golf Club tournament.
May 10 Aala Athletic Club con
cert and dance, K. of P. hall.
May 16 Uaseball, Knms. vs. St,
Louis, Diamond Heads vs. Puns.
May 20 t- Kuplolani Baseball
May 23 Match race, Shamrock vs.
Duko, one-half mile.
May,24 Golf, Country Club's bo
June 4 Y. M. C. A. gymnasium
June 10 Hawaiian Gun Club's
shoot for club championship.
Juno 11 Hawaiian Oun Club's
semi-annual prize shoot.
June'17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un
known angles shoot.
July 3-4 HUo races.
July 4 Maul races.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended
8 a. m., .00 inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, SG2 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. U 9. Weather Bureau
tlon of Hindus nt work on tho plan- ' '
tatlon, nnd the managers report favor- The latest and largest assortment
nbly on the character of their labor. '0f hand-made and painted leather
Moro can bo accommodated If they ' postcar ds in Hawaiian Views, Plow
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Repaired by our Auto Expert.
Schuman Carriage Co.,
OSCAR COX WILL RUN
CAItEER PREBiaED FOR
Tho B 11 1 1 0 1 1 n has received a
clipping from "La Stella dl Mondavi",
an Italian paper which runs a flno cut
of Carlos Sebastian, tho son of Judgo
Kaulukoti, who was taken to Milan by
Mrs. Montague Turner to completo
his musical training. Tho Bulletin
staff docs not count knowledge of the
Italian language among Its numerous
accomplishments, so a comploto trans
lation of tho artlclo which accompa
nies tho cut cannot bo given, but It
states In part that tho debut of tho
young singer was a great success, and
that a great career can be predicted
for him. tho largo audlenco which
heard him on the occasion referred to
having Immediately recognized his
talents, giving him a great ovation.
IS NEAR COMPLETION
Almost nil of tho evidence In tho
Hutchlns-Blerco case has. been taken,
and It la expectod that the case will
bo brought to a close In tho near Tu
turo. It InvoHes tho sum of $22,000
with Interest, which amounts In all to
late to something over J28.0C0. it Is
understood that the case Is being
rushed ahead as fast as possible on
account of tho anxiety of Attorney
Piouty, who catno hero to represent
the Blerco interests, to roturn to Chi-
Wfeekly Bulletin, $1 Year
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they aie Republicans, Democrat,
Homo Rulers, Labor party men or
Civic Teds. Cox is popular In Wala
lua and enjoys tho confidence of W.
W. Goodnle, manager. of the Walalua
Agricultural Co. Those who spo'te
of htm this morning said that Cox
would be tho right man for Sheriff.
He has had experience In that Hue
and Is considered one of tho most ef
ficient officers of the County.
"I have not been asked to run for
nn office under the County, nor will
I seek one at the coming election. I
nm out of politics," said A. M. Brown
when seen with regard to the persist
ent reports which have been In cir
culation about his political aspirations.
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