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EVENING MJLLKTINr HONOLULU, T. II, HIIDAY, JUNE 12,'l008.
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. EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE
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Boxing and Wrestling
Carnival For Ships
ROBERTS AND YOUNG NELSON ON CARD
A boxing und wrestling carnival, result,
lasting oor two or thrce'ntehts, will Murphy nnd tllnl, from Fort Shaf-
licr, win ue kocurcu, u iiossihic, iu
take part. Young Heine la a local
bo held In this elty during tho stay
of the Maine nnl.AIib?mn.herc next
weel:. The announcement of tho
man who Is looking for 'a match, and
will possibly be seen with the glbves
coming event was'madc this morning, 'on.
though tho details hae not jet been The cnrnhnl will bo hclil at Old
maae puuuc, nnu prouauiywin noi uo independence ran; on King street.
At all events, It Is known that
Young Nelson and other local boxers
of r.cputatlon will be Injthc ring, ami
Lumber Is now on the ground for the
construction of a big stage.
This will be the biggest ocnt of
the sort i which ha been held 'In tho
that Sailor Roberts will be matched, city for u long time, marking some-
The Intention la. to nit hlm.nculnst .thlnu liko a real revival of thoso
some of tho men from tho ships. It! spofts which crc onco ery popular
is expected that some great bouts will1 among tho fans of Honolulu,
Good Races Held At
Park -Leahi Girl
Good racing wila held nt KaplolanI
All' Sorts Of Baseball
Dished Dp At
Ycstorday was a busy one nt Iliisc-
Park jcatcrday, some new things be- ball Park, no less than three games
Ing on the bill of fare, and some old being plated, nil of them taking
enough tnie for 16-lnnlng fnatches,
and monopolizing tho time of the
fans front shortly before 'noon until
n llttln before T. n. m. The fcewnnn-
quarter of a mile. The little marclpcr League games which were rogu
had walked away from the big quar- larly sche'dulcd for Sunday were piay-ter-nillcr
a week before, and was n'ed off, and two nicked teams of tho
things, nnd n good many doubtful
things. Mnknula recovered lost hon
ors by defeating the new wonder. Le
ant Olrl, in two matches, both for a
favorite before the start of
events. These two furnished
opening and closing events of tho
day. The time In the first race was
0:25 l-r, and In the second 0:27.
Tha second race was n quarter-
mllc dash, In which Judge Andrado's
llazaar II, Holt up, won by thrcs
lengths from E, II. Lewis' Shamrock,
Holllnger up, which was In turn nine
lengths ahead of M. Abreu'B Nuuanu
Valley, ridden by Ah'Hoon' Tho
time was 0:24 2-S.
The other event on the card was
big league performed,
In thii first game of the day, the
Dullctlns 'were defeated by tho Mcr
cantllca, after the match had gone
ten hard0'innlngs, to the chorus of
13-12. "The .losers were somewhat
weak u( the backstop position, but n
shifting, around of plajcrs, nnd tho
putting ln",of n bgtcry composed of
Albright, nnd Nusclmcnto strengthen
ed them so much townrd the end that
they seemed right to the last to have
a good cljance' of Winning out.
Tho scco'p'd game started at 1:30
a flvo-cighths dash between Jimmy between the Stars nnd tho Advertis
ers, nnu it mreaicnea io taxe up mo
rest of the day. Hut tho men who
are so gallaptjy'lcd by James W. V.
Urcwster, the 'father of baseball, fin
ally stopped the avalanche when It
had BlIiMiiown or rathor up, to 19 to
Wait and See
The Fleet Waist
0a Sak June 15
Holt's Welsh pony, a Jap horse by
the patriotic name of Togo, and Ah
Chow's Li Hung Chang. LI won,
leading all the way. Togo lost out
badl. No time was taken.
' n n n
Makanla und Lcahl Girl arc becom
ing gieat rhals. They will race
again tomorrow with E. II, Lowls
managing the newcomer, nnd they
will again go a quarter on a week
Then tho big leaguers waltzed out
and pcrifbrpe'd) Tho, nines wcro cap
tained by Eddfo Kcrnundcz nnd lllfl
Vnnnatta, .Leslie pitched for tho
keep a fresh supply of these Celebrated Medicines always on hand.
Their well-known effectiveness and simplicity in application have
made them popular in nrarly every land.
No matter what the ailment, Pottic prepares a remedy for it.' Ask
for it, and insist on getting it.
If there is any chance of reducing or curing Ringbone, Sidebone,
Splint, Worn-Out Tendons, the Newmarket Blister vill do it. ,
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Autos and Carriages
Schuman Carriage Co.,
from Saturday, with Hen Holllnger i former, nnd Lota did tho firing for
putting up for tho "surprise party." tho latter. Tho wholo thing wob all
More Surprise -Baseball
M?.y fie jOn Tapis
As the first series Is approaching an
end much Interest s being, taken In
the outcome of tho two games of hall
to be 0aed-at the. leaquo grounds
tomorrow. Ppnahou wants to put it
Dn tho Saints, nnd the Knms must
turn ihetrlck,oh tho Jewels If jthcy
want a look In. So It looks as thpugh
thcrp. Is something about duo to
keep thoj fans Interested tomorrow.
DaiiIap Iu l flnn fnrm Qn la
Hampton. Hamptpn hasilbcen hard HARVEY IS CHAMPION I ""
at'wotkwlth CaptfMcCorristo'u'dur-l- - - -PRIZE SHOOT IS HELD' ?-
Ing tho week, putttlng a deal of bat- "he two shoots of tho Hawaiian"
tiMkn.iwfMAr1fnA-'A'n.tnar'a ii,.v flHn Plith M,tifvlnv nnd thft dnv lire-
figure on touching Ilushnell somo be- ceding, wcro hold as scheduled. J.. tt n tta tt tt M a tl tt n M t:
forcthogamolsocr. What H most W. Harvey winning tho channilon-'June 13 Kams vs. Diamond Heads
needed In tho ranks of tho ColtB s a ship shoot on Wednesday, and then ujuuwu i ov. J"
llttln work nf this 'kind, for It has nt- falling to take a nrlto In tho semi- - June 1 xacnnng,
ready been demonstrated that they annual prize shoot, held yesterday,
can field a ball about as well as any though In one place ho made 58 out
team In the league. of 60 possible birds.
Tho Jewels havo not been asleep In tho championship shoot, he
during tho week, cither. Tho loss of scored 17 rut of 20, winning the
Ihelr gamo against the Puns on last shoot-off from I. Spalding 8-10.
Baturday opened their peepers some, I The shooting jesterday went as
and they nre taking t a braco nlljfollowsi
around. ' Twenty-bird handicap, known nn-
Uarney will bo behind tho bat. gles P. II. Damon, 19 out of 30: I.
Soarcs spilt his hand pretty badly Spalding, 19 out of 21; E. I. Spa Id
last Saturday. This wlU'chango the ng,' 18 out of 26 II. M. Whitney, 17
Saints' Hn6-up somewhat, and may out of 24. , , , , -
provo of some advantage to ' tho Ten birds, known angles, scratch
Puns. ' " I (for visitors) George Mncy, 7 out
The, line-up of the teams will ap- of 10; A. Luqas. 7 out of 10. Shoot
pear on tho D u 1 1 e 1 1 n '-a score- off won by Macy, 4 out of 6.
cards, to be distributed at the grounds ' Ten birds, unknown nnglcs nnd
'8 8 ,'a jtraps (walking) E. I. Spalding, 7
Tdal WqycsVs.ItcWn'cyand Twi- out of 10; D. L. Austin, 6 out pf 10;
lights vs.' Hylonds will bo tho games I. Spalding,' 6 out of 10.'' Tho shoot
ot the KaplolanI Lcaguo next Sunday, off for second placo was won1 by Aus-
uunnnnnttztnttannntitr tin with 4 out of's. '
on one side, after the' very first Inn-, Ten birds, unknown nnglcs, from
Ing. llarney Joy had tho mask on. No! 3 trap, (Walker Crjsanthomum
nnd failed tp connect wth n lot of Cup) I. Spalding1, rf out of 10; II.
tho things that Leslie turned loose In, M. Whitney, 9 out of 10; J. W. Hnr
a wild manner toward the plate. Then 0, 8 out of 10.
Jack Dojlo cspousod the cause of the I Twenty-bird handlcnpT known an
Vans, nnd Doc MonsnrMt came In to res (class shooting) E. I. Spalding.
20 out o.t 26; D. L: Austin. 19 out of
20; I. Spalding, 18 out of 21; II. M
Whitney, 10 out of 24.
Twenty-bird handicap, known an
gles (free for all) Joe Tavas, 22 out
Juno 13 Concert, Knllhl Athletic
Club, Kulllilwacna Hall.
Juno 13 Cricket match, Maklkl,
2:15 p. m.
Juno 14 Annual meeting, St.
Louis Alumni, 10 n. m.
Juno 14 Oolf, four-ball foursome
nt Country Club. '
Juno 15 llasebull, Knnhumanu
Juno 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un
known nnsles shoot.
Juno 17 KaplolanI Uasebdll
July 3 Chinese AlohaB dance, K.
of P. hall.
July 3-4 Hllo races.
July 4 Start Trans-Pacific Yacht
July 4 Maul races.
''July 20, 21, 22 Konnol Club
Aug. 17 Puuncno tennis tup play.
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WHITE SOX AT AALA
second him onco In a while, with the
result that there was nothing to It.
Tho crowd was small, comparative
ly speaking, and the baseball jilayed
was of questionable quality.
The personnel of the tenms follows: of '28; I. Spalding, 20 out of 21; L
Doyle's Nino Sholdon, McKcn
zie, Chllllngworth, Uruns, Aylott, Da
vis, Vannatta, q. Hruns, Ix)ta.
rcrnandcz' Nino Olmos, Fernan
dez, Uvers, Joy, Kla, Henderson, Los
Ho. En Ore, Lemon,
Score by innings:
Dpylcs OOG00201 0 8
Fernandez . ... 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 O'O 1
I. Spalding. 19 out Of 26; D. L. Aus
tin, 18 out of 20.
i. I Ifty-blrd, known angles, scratch
(consolation) K. II. Porter, 43 out
of 00; J. W. Harvey, 40 out of 50.
Tho Ureeder und Sportsman has
A gnmo of baseball wus plajed
jesterday at 2 p. in. on the Aula
Park grounds between the Honolulu
Whlto Sox nnd the Hawaii A. C, tho
former winning by a scoro of 10 to 0.
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Hawaii A. C. . . .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 II 0 0
Hon. W. Sox. ..0 2410012 10
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-HUTCHINSON TAKES PRIZE
Dr. Hutchinson won the firm, prlzo
at tho medal-play tournament of tho
Country Club jesterday with a net
score of 75, T. GUI and C. Weight
something to say of Jack Ilradshaw coming In fortho second prizo with
who Judged tho last ben?h show a Hcoro of 82. Many golfers wcro
horo. out. Tho weather was Ideal. -
Great Closing -
Sale of Clothin
The; Entire New Steele of the Three Stores of ROSENBERG BROS.'has been
bought by us and we are m a position to sell at unheard-of prices.
Men's Negligee Shirts
SHIRTS REDUCED TO 80o
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Men's Undershirts and Drawers
LISLE THREAD SHIRTS . ... n,V. . ..'. .. fiOo
'COLORED 118LE AND COTTON . .'. .S .-...:... .' , A A . . .' 50c
BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS T." , 35o
MESH UNDERWEAR 35o
A FULL LINE'OF UNDERDRAWERS AT REDUCED PRICES!
Evening BulltUn 75d P"" month.
Fourth of July
Flags all sizes!
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FELT HATS REDUCED TO 75o
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Men's Woolen Suits
FULL-FASHIONED SUITS REDUCED TO
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Boys' Wash Suits
WASH SUITS REDUCED TO $1.90
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'. Boys' Short Pants
pants .-.'. . :.-.'' '.t; : .V.-. '::... .'. . '." reduced to eoo
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