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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. 1I THURSDAY. MAY 21, 1908.
Just prrived a nice line of Mac
GHEOOr. DRIVERS and BRASSIES.
This is one of the most popular Golf
Clubs made. We also have a fine
line of Spaldings, Gibsons & Mills
dub-,, and a most complete assort
ment of Caddy Bag3, Balls, Tees,
Gloves, and everything needed by the
Golfer. Let us fit you out; you will
enjoy the game.
E. 0. Hall & Son,Ud.
THE LEONARD is perfect in its construction; every
detail .of its manufauturc is under the personal supervision
of cxrerts. Then the "Main Idea" is right. The main
idea, in this crsc, is cleanliness.
Convenience and economy follow ai the natural result
of carefnl, sensible planning; and you have the "LEON
ARD," the refrigerator that's SUPERIOR in every point.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.J
ed Cattle, Sheep,
Dog and Poultry
After 100 years on English markeis and 20 years'-service in these
Islands, the stock owners find that oir remedies are reliable. A fresh
stock in every month, which are prepared from the very best ingredients.
Our POULTRY BLOOD TONIC is here and our ROUP, GAPES and
CATARRH REMEDY. Your druggist keeps them.
JOHN FOTTIE & SONS.
Discount Your Shoe
by having your soles and heels put on by us. Quality in
shoe-repairing goes de;p below the surface; it is not just
on top. Our method is to do the BEST work for the least
possible price. Shoes soled and heeled while you wait.
V1CKERS' SHOE REPAIR SHOP,
1119 UNION ST.
There will be a
NEAR HOTEL STREET
Baseball Bulletin's Page Of Racing
Boxing Q P O R T Q Wrestling
Boating U 1 V f X O Rowing
EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE
Kalihi Will Pat Oat
Crack Track and
President Hddlc Fernandez or tlio
Kiilllil Athletic Chili states that ho
thinks the organization will hnvo n
crack tiack team when It gets go
ing. "Ve hnc some of the heal lo
cal men," he said this morning, ami
the team will be cry strong when
wo get things nil running smoothly.
The baseball of the club will of
rmiiso be In the amateur line; still,
vfc ooct to put up good games. I
cannot say when the baseball season
for the club will start, but probably
ll 11 111 tin uWltl " I
The claims to a flno track team turf which
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fcem wcll-iounueii, not me ira ii-i)w.
IFirst Scientifically Made
Baseball Field In
city Is Mxm to bo owned by the Ka-
Oitrigger Club To Buy
Boards and Canoes
A meeting of tho directors of the
Outrigger Canoe Club was held yes
terday afternoon In R. II, Trent's of
fice, for the purpose of getting things
In motion, now that the leaso for tho
ijueen Kmmn Kstato has been sc-
sklnticd diamond In this cured, giving the canocmen n site
' for their lanal, on tho beach between
i tlin Mftiinn nnil Rpnnli!f iirntinrMpM.
llhl Athletic Club. It will bo a good (The ,mnlcdIntc 1)Urchaso ot canoc,
Innovation, as the uso of skinned jnnd surf-boards was authorized, com
dlnmondi Is becoming customary on mlttecs appointed on membership,
tho Coast, and In a number of
places, and has nihantages over the
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rucuilimuiius ll lu me
Iloth kinds may have
their good points, but for smooth
ness nnd general utility, as well as
for the prevention of the use of tho
among the strong men which tno
club has nn Its membership lostcr bc
Inir Hire, who Is good for any dls-.
tnncc from BO nrds to 220, nnd who spit-ball, the skinned diamond Is In
Is to utilize his knowledge of tho rnco . tho lend. This will be tho first prop
cinio In coaching those men who ,crly constructed diamond of Its kind
hao had less experience, nnd have
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
W. C. Peacock & Co,, Ltd.,
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 280, 200, 1097.
Ooneral Jobbing A Specialty.
Dcalcri in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
EtJ. P. O. Bos 914 221 No. King
St , opp. Aala Park. W. B, Kam, mgr.
Rcinemner tust me uiroag upari- r, . n ' a. f
mint hu premie. to eirt away the 50111111 18136 t0.f
walk. Ct II up the department when i
your part of the woik Is done. '
llcpaired by our Auto Expert.
PRESS AdEJITS TROUBLES
V. Tin Chong, the press ngent of
tho Riverside League, finds tho Job
"The position of press agent of
the Riverside League Is n most diffi
cult one, when ou coino to realize
tho way ou have to advertise tho
games, so as to suit everybody; that
Is, tho plnjcrs of the different clubs,"
Thcro have been a good many
kicks against Chong. who Is blamed
for u few articles which have ap
peared lately In the papers that lime
hurt sonic of the plajcra.
"About three weeks ago, someone
Inserted an Item In the paper stating
that a player was attacked by a
'swell-head' and the next day, nearly
all those Intel cstcd In the Item threw
tho blamo on mo as the one who was
rcspoiiBlhlo for Its publication. Just
reccntl), the Hoy Orator made a bad
break by attacking one of the cap
tains of the leuguo and as soon as I
came to town the morning the ar
ticle appeared, I heard that thorc
was going to bo Ijnchlng and mob
bing. Naturally., I felt sore, to bo
blamed for something that I had ab
solutely nothing to do with; but ou
can't convince those fellows when
they get It on jou. If things nre go
ing to continue this way, I prcsumo
that 1 will hac to resign tho posi
tion lu favor of someono else," Chong
It has been decided to pitch tho
camp of tho Y. M. C. A. bo)B this
summer at Makua, which has been
secured by tho permission of Mr. Mc
Candloss. Tho pluto Is to bo called
Camp Aloha Kill.
Duke, tho sprint racer which was
matched with Shamrock for n half
mllo dash ut Kuplolanl Parle Satur
day, has n gamo leg, and tho race has
been called off us a consequence.
Halter G. Smith has been holding
dally street-corner conferences with
a n n
Punnhou vs. St. Louis and Kams
vs. Diamond Heads Saturday,
n n n
n n n n n n :: n n n n n n n n n
SPORTS CALENDAR a
n n n n n n :: n n t: n n n n n n ::
May 22 Ilnscball, Kaahumanu
May 22 Uaschall, Funs s. Kams,
at Oahu College, 3:30 p. ill.
May 22 Ktillhl buscball meeting,
7:30 p. in.
May 23 Aala A. C. luau, Notloy
May 23 naseball, Puns s. St.
Louis; Kams vs. Diamond Heads.
May 23 Kamehamcha Athletic
Association minstrel show.
May 24 Golf, Country Club's bo
May 30 Iloxlng, Ah Sam s. Jock
ey Willis. '
June 4 Y. M. C. A. gymnasium
June 10 Hawaiian Cun Club's
Juno II Kamehameha Aquatic
shoot for club championship.
June 11 Hawaiian dun Club's
soml-nniiiiar prlzo shoot.
June 17 Hawaiian dun Club's un
known angles shoot.
July 20, 21, 22 Kennel Club
July 3-11111(1 races.
July 4 Maul races.
over mado hnre, ones formerly used
with bucIi poor results being con
structed of tho natural soil merely,
and tho result being that there was
too much dust nnd tho ground could
not bo kept In smooth condition.
The Knlihls will have the lnflell
skinned, and the outfield turf. Clay,
coko, and rock sand aro used, being
graded, and put on according,, -to
grades, nnd then rolled to perfect
smoothness. Tho men arc working,
on this diamond two or three nights
In the- week, nnd expect soon to
have It In condition.
Until they have their diamond
ready to begin using it, they are
rather desirous of using tho grounds
nt Aaja Park for their games, so that
they may get the schedule under way
as soon as possible. This matter,
among others, will come up at a
meeting which Is to bo held tomor
row evening. Tho plan is to hold
these, gnnies at such a time In the
morning or about noon that they will
not Ipterfero with the play of tho
Riverside League, which has the use
of this diamond regularly on Sunday
This club Is preparing to give an
other concert on Juno Gth, nt Knllhl
uaenu hall, on Kamehamcha IV
load. Admission will be SO cents
children 25 cents.
HARRY WHITNEy IK
WEEKLY (HUM 111?
Harry Whltnoy won tho Weekly
Handicap Challcngo Cup of the II.
(i. C. jestcrday afternoon, by making
a score of 11 out of 12, which makes
him tho winner of tho weekly shoots
for threo successive times. J. W.
Harvey came n good becond with 9
out of a possible 10.
A new cup will bo up at once, nnd
the shoots go on ns usual. Tho
shooting which Whitney has been
doing has been exceptional, but it Is
prohnblo that ho has had a vory
slight ndvantago In not being scratch
man, over what he should hue had. I
Last week, his handicap was three j
bl.ds, and ho mado 11 nut of tho 13.
On tho strength of this, his handi
cap was reduced to two birds, nnd
still ho won over the sciatch man
whon each mado one miss.
In order to mako the chances even
It has been decided in futuro that a
man who has the ndvantago of a han
dicap cannot make over tho possible
for tho scratch man, nnd in case 10
aro mado by each, they must contin
ue to shoot until the handicap man
makes a miss, or the other makes
enough misses to lose the shoot.
surfboards, canoes, building, and oth
er lines, nnd tho president ot tho so
ciety was instructed to offer tho co
operation of the club to tho Fleet
Committee, In nn endeavor to amuse
tho men and officers of tho Fleet
during Its stay here.
Tho surf-boards are to ho placed
at tho disposal only of those mem
bers who aro now paying their dues.
All committees arc expected to hus
tle, and bo ready with good reports
when u meeting will be called, nt an
early date, when plans being prepar
ed by Mr. Plnkham for a lanal nt
Walklkl may bo considered.
It was rather expected that at this
meeting a committee would bo ap
pointed for tho purpose of arranging
some sort of a program to bo hold
during tho time tho Fleet Is here,
but this was not done, ns It was
decided that mora amusement could
be given the Jackie's and their offl
ceis by placing tho boards and ca
noes unrestrictedly at their service at
all times In the day.
Allan Herbert asked to become n
life-member, upon pament ot $50,
nnd was named as chairman of tho
building fund committee, to which
tho dues of a life-member will bo
turned over, their action to be ap
proved by the club as a whole.
omii HEffi Mi
Oahu College nine yesterday after
noon defeated the High School team
by a score of 8-3, made by consistent
work and good hitting. Tho teams
placd clean games, as these lnter
scholastlc ball-players often do, scor
ing as fow errors as the men In tho
Lvman was at his usual place, be
hind tho bnt, for tho Puns, and with
Davis In the box completed n strong
battery, Tho Puns scored the only
double of the day, from J. Desha to
Dodgo to Lldgate.
White, of tho losers, wielded tho
willow with effect, making a thrco
bagger and several on which he
made trips to tho kcjstono sack.
Tomorrow uttornoon tho Puns nnd
Kams will try things out ut the for
Tho line-ups yesterday wcro:
I'unahou Hoogs, 3b; Lyman, c;
Davis, p; Lldgate, lb; Dodge, 2b;
J. Drsha, ss; Townscnd, rf; W. Dc-shn-Dodgc,
cf; Aklna, If.
High School Sing Hun, 3b; Mar
calllno, lb; Rice, cf: White, 2b;
WHITNEY fc MARSH
A New Line of
rf; Norton, c;
IS. Mf ft RE1URNS
A cablegram received toduy from
Ilrcmcrhavon statC3 that Mrs. Aug'
ust Droler and family will Icavo that
place with tho body ot Mr. Dicier on
tho 20th Inst. "They will ot course
tal.o the mo3t speedy means ot reach
ing home, and probably airhe the
middle of next month.
NEW - TO-DAY
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF HAWAII. AT HONOLULU. AT
THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY
Loans and Discounts. I
and unsecured ....
U. S. Honds to secure
U. S. Honda to secure
U. S. Deposits ....
Other Honds to secure
U. S. Deposits ....
Picmlums on U. S.
Honds, securities, etc.
Hanking house, furni
ture, nnd fixtures. .
Duo from State Hanks
Due from approved lo
Checks and other cash
Notes of other Nntlon
nl Hanks .'.
Fractional paper cur
rency, nickels, nnd
Lawful Money Reserve
in Bank, viz.:
Spcclo ... $230,071. 30
notes . . 20.00
Redemption fund with
U. S. Treasurer (5
of circulation) ....
Capital stock paid In.?
Undivided profits, less
expenses and tnxes
National Hunk notes
Dividends unpaid A. .
subject to check i . .
Demand certificates of
Certified checks ....
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. dis
bursing officers ....
Liabilities other than
those above btated .
M. P. ROI1INSON.
Subscribed and hwoiii to befoic mo
this 21st day of May, 190S.
(Signed) F. V. FKIINANDKS,
"I wish to niiswor thimigh tho
medium of jour paper tho petitions
asking tlmt somo plato bo set nsldo
for tho social evil," said Sheriff Iau
kei this afternoon. "I can't wrlto
to all cf the thousand nnd seven pe-
Tho Sheriff then wioto tho follow
ing Bhort aiibwei : "The law must bo
"I do not euro to cuter on u dis
cussion ot the matter," ho added as
he linnded the statement to tho le
LONG LEASE IDEA
IS NOT FAVORED
Superintendent of Public Winks
Mnrston Campbell has rcceltcd a let
ter from Lee Yin Kwul, In which
It Is stilted that tho writer wants to
lenso tho land on the Consolidated
Soda Works Company corner, Fort
and Allen Btrects, for fifteen jcurs
at ?7T, per month. Although only
$50 Is now being paid monthly, Mr.
Campbell sas ho would not let tho
property for so long n term as fifteen
LEAK IN HARBOR PIPE
A leak has been dlsioioicd In tho
big pipe lino which rum rcioss tho
harbor suppUtng tho irloiih winks
going on thcro with water, and ev
erything hus been shut down until
Iho leak has been repaired. About
59.000 sallons of water nro run T
through this pipe each day.
TO FURNISH WATER
Territory of Hawaii,
Countv of Oahu. ss:
I, L. T. PKCK, Cashier lit thn
nlinvn.tinmpil linn!.. fin .nlnnmlv
- -" .--...-. -.- .
swear that tho above btatoment Is1
trim to tho best of my knowledgo and
L. T. PKCK,
An offer has ronio from tho Dis
trict Mnglstruto nt liana, Maul, to
.Mnrston Campbell Hint If ho would
put In 000 fiet of ono and nnohnlf
Inch plpo and pay $t per luonlii, water
will ho furnished fmi lo the cm. t
houso and Jail thorp Mr, Campbell
apprcclati-H Iho offu'r vf'iy much mil
has accepted It.
PQf BULLETIN AD3. PAY -TEg
IN FOREIGN PORTS
I Thursday, May 21.
I SAN FRANCISCO An Ived Muy.21:
I P. M. S. S China, henco May 15,
I SAN FRANCISCO ArrUod May 20:
Sth. Andy Mahoncy, hence Apr. 23
T. II. Davles & Co. Baseball Team. '
Sirs! Wo. the underslcnecl. line.
by challcngo )ou to n gnmo of base- SAN AiNG,IS.C:S",!?(1 M,"Y "!
ball to tuko place May 80th, at 10
S. S. Virginian, for Honolulu.
pt Tnurvi,wn Af..n.i m.. oi.
a. m.. providing you don't use news- ,'lktni Kllkltllt ,,CIU0 Anr '27 -boys
to strengthen your team. MAKAWELI Sailed May 19:
We nlso bar Archlo Robertson, but Sell. R. C. Slade. for Aberdeen.
hopo that jou have an amateur play- KAANAILI Sailed May 20:
or to replace him. i Sell. Jus. Rolph, for San Frnuelsio,
If upon hearing from this ou do-
cldo to make the game, leply to t l1u'B tho present month boveral
K. o. Hall & Son iinsli.iii Tenm. r'""se hao beou made in Hie polleo
I dopartment. Assistant Hnck Inspect,
I or Dick Lime hns been pinmoted to be
I lieutenant of tho niouut'-d pitiol, and
I his placo hus been tak'ii b Officer
l.lshninu, Tied Iaukea. the t'herlff'a
The Alllolnnls nnd Knahumamis win. who ir-contl) ii'tiiined fiom the
will play the second game of tho mainland, Uae been m nlo n special,
secondniy Interscliolastlc lenguo ' '"" '
schedule tomonow afternoon. This Anieilcin-Hawnllan Steamship Co.
Is the Kaahumanus' first time out In ml"'"f m tlle 0iJst f,0,1- this poit
,. rr... .,,,,, ... aio ns follows: Columbian, fiom
I". " J,hA'll"aBW"nt'olrK!li';'Bl8n.. r.nnrlBco.1.Ino 3d: Novadnn.
with Mills Institute, Monday, (he f,n, tho Sound, Mu 27th: nnil tho
flifit gnmo of this norles. Alaskan, fiom tho Sound, Juno 10th.
Of Clothing, Furnishings and Hats
For Men and Boys
- EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED FROM 25 to 50 I
A new line of REGATTA SUITS for boys, direct from
tho factory, will sell for $1.50, 52.00, S2.50 and $3.00;
WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY!
Our line of HEN'S SUITS are the moit complete we
have ever shown. Priees $9.00, $10.50, $12.00 and $15.00
ComeHuid examine these Goods before buying .your summer
SHIRTS, NECKWEAR, and HATS all reduced in price.
Some lines 50,
L B. KERR & CO., LTD.,
Wkhuj j&Jta a
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