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RVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., WEDNESDAY, MAY 20., 1D08'
1 McGregor Clubs 1
KM I M an-vel a nic? line of Jla-.aREQOIt DRIVERS and 4i LOtKltV
J.jj an-vel a nic? line of Jla'.QREGOR DRIVERS and
B" ASSIES. Tins is o ic of the most popular Golf Clubs
rn.de W al'o liavc n flue line of Spaldings, Gibsons &
M.lb clubs, anil a most complete assortment of Caddy Bags,
Balls, Tecs, Gloves, and everything needed by the Golfer.
Let us fit you out; yci will enjoy the game.
E. 0. Hall
Indianapolis, Ind,, Mar. 24, 'OS.
Stoddard-Daytou Motor Car Co., Dayton Ohio.
Model "K" wins first in $2750 class, first in $3500 class, firtt
in $3500 and over, defeating all entries regardless of H. P.; also
special time prize winning hill record.
Our first car of the Stoddard-Dayton make. It is a peach.
Come and sec it.
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
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ed Cattle, Sheep,
Dog and Poultry
After 100 years on English markets and 20 yean' service in these
Islands, the stock owners; find that bur remedies are reliable. A fresh,
stock in every month, which are prepared from the very best ingredients.
Oar POULTRY BLOOD TONIC is here and our ROUP, GAPES and
CATARRH REMEDY. Your druggist keeps them.
JOHN POTTIE & SONS.
Discount Your Shoe Bill
by having your soles and heels put on by us. Quality in
shoe-repairing goes desp below the surface; it is not just
on top. Our method is to do the BEST work for the leait
possible price. Shoes soled and heeled while you wait.
1110 UNION ST.
Auto for Hire1
MANUEL RXIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: SCO, 200, 1097.
Repaired by our Auto Expert.
Schuman Carriage Co.,
& Son, Ltd.
NEAR HOTEL STREET
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Col. llogcy will probably lio badly
walloped at tlio Country Club links,
on next Sunday, when the bogey com
petition of tlio Club Is held. Two nice
prizes nro up, and ever thing that
could mako golfing enjoyable or In
teresting In to bo furnished. Kur this
reason, big entrleB are expected, In
eluding the best of tlio players In tlio
Island, A ,,f
Tho OieciiH are llely, and In great
form, pt omitting that tho men who
piny u 111 lio equal to the occasion.
It is a particularly loitunnto clr
cumstaiico lhat tho links have been
dry for a very long time, ami wero
neor In better condition thnn they
are now. Oood links nro always an
Inducement to coax tho goller from
the paths of Ignominious ease. Added
to this, tho pchedulc of tljeOreens Is
attracting attention mid Intcicst as a
whole, and tho liosey Is ono of thu
most popular miinbcrK on the whole
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NO M0RNINQ .BASEBALL
At ii meeting of the Press l.caguu
jwlonMy afternoon on tlio loof gar
den of the Young Hotel It was de
cided to play tho games of the league
cm Sunday afternoon Instead of In
the morning, as planned at tho be
ginning of the senson, the roaaon be
ing that church people of the town
have marie nn objection to the trustees,
who have acceded, and have forbid
den the use of the Baseball l'ark
"Now the church people," It Is re
marked by a ball-tosscr, "ought to
be satisfied, us they will have a
chance to bcc the games on Sunday
Most of the players are not at all
sad over the change, as It given them
an"niijrturilty to' gel' their" usual
nilp 111' 'the 'morning. "
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' The"'3'ck' tars'- from the Irouuols
have'beerr industriously throwing the
sphere around nil week, In anticipa
tion" rUFf'gaia' gra'4"VhC,IUMball
which they exited! to. play Sunday
morning Nvlic'n they cross the willow
with 'the hlbn from' the Quarantine
Station. Tlicg'rfhic thkcB place at 9
o'clock. Captain O. C. Leach of tho
Quarantines says that his men will put
up tho gamo of their lives, from pres
ent Indications, and thinks that some
hot sport will bo offered.
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H. G. C. SHOOT TODAY
Tho regular weekly shoot of tho Ha
wnllan dim Club will bo held this af
ternoon at S o'clock at tho Kakaako
traps. It Is posstblo that tho prlzo
for tho present series will bo awarded
after this shoqt, as u few of, tho men
In tho competition havo been heavy
Interest In shooting is on thu In
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WARREN WINS CIJP
W. i. Warren added anothor to,hls
string. of victories yesterday after
noon, when ho defeated A. J. Uiwrcy
C-l, S-G, fi-u In the last round of the
llprctanla Tennis Club's Invitation
Warren won the Wall Cup recent
ly and Is still In his winning streak.
Tho Kams and Puns will meet In
another gamo next Monday at the
InUcr's grounds to finish up tho
May 20 Kaplolanl Baseball
May 22 Babcball, Kaahumanu
May 23 Baseball, Puns vs. St.
Louis; Kams vs. Diamond HcadB.
May 23 Match race, Shamrock vs.
Duke, one-half mile.
May 23 Kamehameha Athletic
Association minstrel show.
May 24 Golf, Country Club's bo
May 30 Boxing, Ah Sam vs. Jock
June 4 Y. M. C. A. gymnasium
Juna 10 Hawaiian Gun Club's
June 11 Kamehameha Aquatic
shoot for club championship.
June 11 Hawaiian Gun Club'i
semi-annual prlte shoot.
June 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un
known angles shoot.
July. 20, 21, 22 Kennel Club
July 3-4 IIIIo races. ,
July 4 Maul races.
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EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOOltE
First Auto Race At
An Innovation of peculiar interest
to Honolulu will bo Introduced on
Saturday next In the foim of auto
races lit Kaplolanl Park, to be held
In connection with ono or maybo two
horso races One nil to race has boon
arranged for li II. II. Lewis and the
AssoclHtcd Gai age, and It Is expect
ed thnt another will result us n con
sequence of the challenge of the Oar
ago to uuy cir of tlio Kurd runabout
class In town o iiku their l-cylliulcr
Cameron, uhlili Is in the same gen
et nl class.
Auto races hnvo been In n way
tabu on the local track for tho rea
son that the turns arc not banked,
and It is not feasible to take them at
a high rate of speed, without great
risk of accident Tlio plan which
has been adopted for these, race,
however, obviates nil of tho difficul
ty, us tho turns will bo negotiated
on tho principle which has become
familiar tluough Its uao for the
chariot fa (en lu tlio elicus ililg,
whero similar illfllt-ullli-a. havo to bo
overcome. The car lu the lead must
tnl.o the outside of tho track, and
tho car following gets, the post, and
then they alternate on tho ncr.t turn.
In. this way It will bo Impossible to
take the. turns at high speed, and
chances for liiol.cn necks mid oilier
unpleasant fcituics which hometlmes
crop us arc minimized to about the
The cars which have been secure 1
for tho race, which Is now arranged
are C. & II, Helm's Tourist 40, and
E. II, Lewis' rranklln 25, both of
which aro of tho touring-car type,
and will carry a full load of passen
gers. The distance will bo five miles.
Five miles Is the distance which Is
tentatively spoken of for the other
race as Yc'l. as it offers a bettor spec
incic Joan n snnri sprini, anu lesis
(.he powers of the car better than U
shorter ry.ii, where a 'luriky' ''turn
might gje, One rutin' nil 'the advan
tage. ' ' v
, The hprscs which will be seen are
E, ,11, Lewis' Shamrock, nfvil Duke, a
fast piece of horse-flesh, which has
not so far been matched against the
The horse race or races Will bo
held at E o'clock, and the nutoi will
try conclusions immediately before
hand. For the auto race, tho Associated
Garage offers n prize.
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The third anniversary of tho for
mation of the Diamond Head Ath
letic Club will bo held next month, a
big celebration being promised.
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The Kaplolanl Baseball League has
a mooting tonight.
MONEY AND MUSCLE
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The appearance of A. L, Drexel-Biddle in a fistic bout with ' Jack
O'Brien was one of the interesting events of the East some months ago,
Biddle is connected with the famous Brexel family and, although weal
thy, has aspirations as a boxer. He made quite n happy showing against
the popular Philadelphia professional.
Match With Any
Whllo fight promoters aro' doing
things again In Honolulu, there Is a
notable ovei looking of men who aro
anxious for a match, and bar none In
their claBS, not tlio least among tho
men who may bo spoken of In this
bunch being Kid Heine, who rights at
i-J-123. lie liar none, and will glvo
weights lo Fomc of tlio men lu thu
local fight game, llo'ls parllculaily
niulotis lo hook up Willi Wlllltr, and
for thai purposo cv.t miko lis hand
lly, It Is said by bin Imhei, who Is
also his older brother, "Young" Heine.
Tho offer as mariu by Kid Hclno is
enough to tempt Eiimo boxer Into th"
ring surely. He will fight Willis, or
tho heady Bird, In ca3o a match could
bo luado befoio Bird luncr this placo
for tho Coast, with Itlchardson, or any
others or tho fenther clnss. Illchnril
in Is u lightweight, lint Ilolno Is not
mhorso to giving him much tho ilicM
or tho weights. .
Tlio.jicauty of ihu'ti!!ig so lar ns
Ilrluo i'l ronecinod i:i tliat ho, linear
it lliu heigh! of tho. Other little infra
about tciwi than Ah Sam.
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FROM THE PRESS BOX
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The Jewels should havo an easy
thing of It with the Kama unless the
latttr make ."-onto Interesting changes
before their coming games. It Is
Just posslblo that Iteutcr will gather
his strongest men to mako n last ef
fort to save their Interest lu tho
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A bunch of photographs of tho
Santa Clara Collcgo team, with the
record of each plajcr, has been re
ceded and will shortly appear in the
dally .papers. This will givo tho
fans a chdhec to1 size tip the new
comers. '' 'a1 tt'-w ,
Manager Steero'tofU the Colts Is
luitt'l'iiy 'Ills' men thToughi it' merlon, nf
stick-work thill should make some
Improvement' in their coming game,
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Costello, of the 'Diamonds, is put
ting up a very neat gamo at second.
'A llttlo more speed and he will rank
with the best of 'cm.
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Bushnell will bo in tho box with
Soarcs on tho receiving end for the
Saints In the first gamo on Satur
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Col. Fisher was seen for the first
time this season among tho "old
fans" on the Ewa blccchcrs.
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Amoy may do tho Blab-work for
the Jewels with perhaps a now man
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A New Line of
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Is Not a Lottery
Is Not a Soraxnble
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A Dimmed. OporUinity
A Sure Winner
The Plan briefly explained means: The BUL
LETIN Pays a certain percentage on all subscrip
tions paid in advance; then, for. this percentage, it
buys the best possible rates on steamers, trains, and
at hotels. Tho workers for th6,Va6tion Trip always
get the benefit ,of)ny lcrw rates tkc'BUL'L'ETIN
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Of Clothing. Furnishings and Hats
, For: Men and Boys
EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED FB0U 25 to 60 1
A new line of ,R3ATTA' SUITS for boys, direct from
the factory, will tell for $1.50, 32.00, $2.50 and S3.00;
WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEYS
Onr line of HEN'S SUITS are the most complete we
have ever shown. Prices $9.00, $10.50, $12.00 and $15.00
Come and examine these Goods before buying your summer .
SHIRTS, NECKWEAR, and HATS all reduced in price.
Some lines 50,
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