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EVENING niJU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, JUNE f, 1908.
THE " BOUCHER"
Baseball Bulletin's Page Of Racing
Boxing Q P (1 P T Q Wrestling
Boating O ' X J lv X O Rowing
EDITED DY FREDERICK B. MOORE
WHITNEY A MARSH
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keep a frssh supply of these Celebrated Medicines always on hand.
Their wcll-kncwn effectiveness and simplicity in application licve
made them popular in nearly every lcrd.
No matter what the ailment, P:lt:c prepares a remedy for it. Ask
for it, and insist on getting it. '
If there is any chance of raducim- or curinc: Ringbone, Sidebone,
Splint, Worn-Out Tendons, the Ncwmarkrt Slister ".'ill 'Jo it.
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MANUEL REIS Call up at any
time by' telephone any one of these
numbers: 290, -200, 1097.
ENGINEERING OFFICE '
1929 KALAKAUA AVENUE.
CHAS. R. ROE
PATENTS Applied For
GENERAL BUSINESS MAN
Evening Oulletln 75 per month. '
' No Dressing Room or Bath
Room is complete without a
It is a ncit and convenient
aiticlc for Shaving and Gen
eral Toilet use. It lives
rifiht uji to the word "Adjus
table." Tcke a class home
and trv it and if it dors not
pleats jou wo will take it
Autos and Carriages
Schuman Carriage Co.,
Fourth of July
Flags- all sizes!
Sond in Your Orders Early.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
llll' S OWNER SAVS .
HE IS CONFIDENT
Tim I.iii line, which will lie tho
most fDiinlduhlo competitor, ln all
probability, wlilrh tlio Hawaii "will
havu to go up against In tlio Trans
Pacific Yacht Ilucc, Is rcfened lu by
tlu l.iis Angeles Times ns follllWB:
Tliu icprcKcntnthm nf Southern
California nml tlio South Coast Yacht
Cluli Is now nssuied In tlio Trans
I'.ii'lllc Kate (10111 Sail Pedrfi to 11"
uolillu tin ouch the formal entry of
the l.urlluu li.v ex-Commodoic II. II.
Sinclair. 'I.oh Angeles has full ton 11
tlCTicti"iii the nblllt.- of thin boat to
win Cii coining nice iiJ oislly ns" she
ill tl the previous one. .mil from July I
until July -ii tlir eyes of the yachting
world will lie turned toward the Pn
Ullc. A full crow ban been put aboard
tlio l.nillno .r.iil overlinulln: li now
In p.og.ess. Her halls aio to bo
eut. piobably by a sail-maker front
San l'V.incUio, as l.ewey, thu resident
inll-nmker. Is vary sick.
The l.urlllie illstnucsd her compotl
ivii i In the last laoe.'but this laeu
Jioiibl be n mole llvul." contest, Ml
i he Hawaii, the Honolulu boat, and
(Iwenilolyn II of Seattle hnvn bcru
.ouKtructcd wll'i tlm race particular
ly In 111 1 ml . 1idy Maud of San Diego
has entered albi), but she has been
constructcd-Jor several years. Tho
schooner Agglu of San Kranclsco, a
lender among the fast ones for tho
last twenty years, may nlso enter.
Tho stmt will bo July 4, across a
line between tho end of tho San Tc
dro brenkw.ite'r anil Dead Man's Isl
and, thence mound a utakebont oil
Long I leach, nntl fiom this mark tho
boats will bear nway on their courso
to Diamond Heat).
The South Coast Club' Id offering
two cups ns first and second prizes In
thn Honolulu rncu. Tho first prh.o
will 1)6 a $'.l)0 cup anil tho second a
$2r0 cup, end tlio final selection of
designs will be matin Juno 1,
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ODWEND0LYN HAD STORM
Suro enough, the Uwcutlolyn II run
Into n gale on her trip down the
Coast from Seattle, bound for San
Francisco, nntl for over tilytv lirmrti
the lltttle craft was hove to off Cnpeic,'!l11
Mendocino, with tho waves breaking
over her. News of the rough trip
comes by the San Francisco ex
changes. The II u I I o 1 1 n was the
first local paper to publish, through I
another souicc, the fact that .this
craft probably encountered rough
weather on her trip out of Seattle.
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'F. Oticrro, the crnck first baseman
of the Sw'ect Violets, played a line
gamo on the Hceln grounds last Sun
day. t: tt tt
St. Louis Alumni will elect ofllccrs
Sunday, 10 n. in.
iff, mm XZfPZZXrur, ?fJWZX!PxZZT.t". -,v. . .'
w m rums
University Men Prove'
Too Much For The
tt TOKIO, Japan, Jimp 8. The II
Jt. baseball teams of the American It
a naval squadron have bcon play- It
It Ink a series of match games H hus hail no competitor who guvu him
tt with the Japanese universities, anny tiouble. thrmiRli tho weekly
tt nn excellent feeling prevallliiK ti shoots this year, among the Rerntrh
tt on Loth ilttcs. -Tlio Japanese tt men.
it have been winning most of tho tt
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' KALAlIfftNAOLUS MEET
A spjcl.il called meeting of
Ivnluninmn le llnncbull I.eaguu
ro-ihultl l.mt evening at S:ir, o clock at,
the usual place. W. V. Marslmll was
inicopleil by the I.eagno as represent-j
t:iK.thti Twlllghti an captain until ALOHAS EXPEL HO TONG.
fin tlier notice. A loinmltton on ton-1
ttllulloa and by-laws, to report on Them was no trouble at the nieel
July 2i"th, was appointed as follown: Irg of the Chinese Alolm last Sun
lit) Tong, J. (). Vleira, M. T. Mar- tlay evening, as was expected. Kvery-
.hUiiII, Jr. Jl. (Inmes, and W
Martih.ill. Hlectlon of olllcers
lie hold on the liCtli Inst.
The following members wero pres
ent: Ho Tong, representing tho Chi
nese Alohns Junior; M. T. Marslmll,
Jr., and V.V. Marshnll, the Twi
light A. C; J. O. Vlerra and M. Go-
mes, proxies for the Kuala A. C, Jr.
President A. K, Vlerra presided.
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Tho championship of the Hawaiian
Ou'n Club Is to bo shot for tomorrow.
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Alllolant and Mills Institute play
ball Thursday morning at Mnktkl.
Hooray for t'ho Tie Kdltor! Which
ono Is it?
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ti it tt tt tt ti ii it tt it it tt ii ti tt a tt
tt ' ti
st . SPORTS CALENDAR
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Juno 10 Hawaiian Uun c'lub's
shoot for club championship.
Juno 10 Hoynl School Alumni so-
Juno 11 Ilasehall, Alilohui! vs.
Mills, Mnklkl, n. in.
Juno 11 Kamchnmeha Aquatic'
Juno 11 Hawaiian Gun Club's
semi-annual prizo shoot.
June 13 lUscbnll, Knins vs. Dia
mond Heads, I'uns vs. Saints.
Juno 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un
known nnsles shoot.
July 3-4 Hllo races.
July 4 Stmt Trans-Pacirte Yacht
July 4 Maul races.
July 20, 21, 22 Kcnnol Club
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VU1I .14111.11-1 UUI!g LU., LIU,
ruv Dinnc win
vlhi uinio hill ;
FAIL TOilUOW !
Tomorrow tin; Hawaiian dun ClitbJ
will hold IIm championship 'shoot at i
Knkuultu trapr, to be followcil on '
Tliui'Mlay by the seinl-aniiuul prize
Hlioot of tlio club. The championship
match will bo n scratch nffnlr, each
man going twenty birds. This Is
twice the number used In tlio regular
weekly shoots of the club. Harvey
looks like a winner this time, ns lie
' the Kcml-nnnual prlzo slmnt, tenth
of It3 kind, is In chiirge of thn hou&o
commutes, which Is making great
.preparations lor ino OM.-ni. , eie.il
iiumbt'i' nf a good diversity of events
has been arranged, promising good
Biit to nil lovers of tho rllle.
The club will havolts iinknown
angle.? shoot on the 17th.
thing went ulong smoothly and all of
those nttendiiig enjoyed It. It was
one of tho best-attended meetings for
some time, and President John Akana
stilted after tho meeting that good
prospects are ahead.
. Tho most Important matter
brought up was whether Ho Tong
should remain a member. Tlio Presi
dent thought Hint Ho should be oy
pellet! us soon ns possible, ns he said
that Ho was unfit to be affiliated with
the club. After talking for about
half an hour the members decided to
give him ti "pass." Tho secretary
was Instructed to notify him of'tho
club's action. Ills offense consists In
advertising n "hard times" dunce,
under tho auspices of tho Alohas,
That Ho Tone is ubout to organize
another club under the same nume to
Join the Kalanlanaolo League Is gen
erally stilted among the Anln fans
' a a a
-YACHTS RACE SATURDAY
On next Saturday occurs the race
for the Governor's Cup, n round the
Island, under the auspices of tho lfa
wali Yacht Club. The race Is to
start at 2 p. m. from a point opposite
tlio Myrtle Iloat Houcc, tho courso to
bo out through the buoys of the chan
nel, thence around tho Island by wuy
of Harbor's Point, finishing to lee
ward and within 100 yards of tho
Entries must bo made with II. P.
Itoth boforo noon Thursday'.
a a a
Scorer Ilnposo quit tho Ittverslde
League because of insufficient com
fjr ll I
Wait and See
The Fleet Waist
JUST AS LOUD
Dance all evening 'and n
, one to thank, no one to
One small layment nn
Lhoff.c; a few more and
The music is just as
fine as though you waited months for
it to save up the full
thank yourself for
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows' Bide
SPORTIVE SPLURGES l
llcrkcley High Schcpl hn3 with
drawn from thn academic othlctlc j
league; tho first of a number of such (
withdrawals which nro threatened on
account of dissatisfaction over tho
way tho leaguo Is. being run theso'
t: :t tt
James It, Keene's Colt easily won
tho Drooklyn Handicap, covering tho
mile mid a quarter in 2:04,1-5, a
new track record for tho distance.
This victory of Celt places Kccne at
tho head of winning owners in Amer
ica. a a a
Kx-Commodoro John V. Pew scor
ed a double victory with his yacht
Trnant In the annual regatta of the
Corinthian Yncht Club.
a a a
Pitcher Hughes of tho Washington
Americans Is tho strike-out kid, Ho
lecently fanned twelve Cleveland
men In one game.
It K V
Mrs, Sknifo ot tlio' Claremnnt Club
won tho championship' modal In. the
Northern California women's golf
a a a
Ex-Cuumplon .Jim' Coihett say:
that Startle:' Kotchell will bocomf
NOW GOING ON
L B. KERR
Sale June 15
('ding to pay for niwic. No
I the Victor is in Your
yon cv- it fcrv:r.
loud and clear and
- y-r ' u . - " -' mi)1 "
tho heavyweight champion In less
than a year. .
Cornell was first,' Pennsylvania sec
ond, and Y.ilo third In the big inter
collegiate meet nt Franklin Held le
cently. a t: t:
Tho Stunford track team, nn
routo to Chicago, was defeated by
tho University of Utah, 64 to 53.
a a a
Callfoinlan boxing promoters nro
anxious to match "Packlo" McFur
land with Freddie Welch.
a a a.
C. C. Hopkins has' established n
now record for a, triple century on
a a a
Sir Thomas Upton's now Siiain
melt proved n fast craft on her trial
a a a
Thlity-one balloons competed. In
tho International contest In England.
a a a .
J. C. CI mil cut tho mllu and a halt
lecord tuado by Iluckwn In 1807.
a a. a
The sloop MoiiEnou won -the race
of the San Francisco Yncht Club.
ti a a
Jockey Willis left today on t'.iu
Milium Kea for IHIu.
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