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Baseball Bulletin's Page Of Racing
Boxing Q "D i "D T1 Q Wrestling
Boating U I U IV 1 O Rowing
' EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE . (
Gold Medal For Best
Of Santa Clara
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Hollister Drug Co. and
Benson, Smith & Co., $mmmm
When the Santa Clnra hoys open
up hero In tho Triangle scries noxt
month there will be a little side
competition In their games, Inasmuch
ns tho player on the college team
making the highest batting nnd lidd
ing nvcrnge will receive for his ef
fort a beautiful gold medal, the work
of Slircvo & Co., and a presentation
to the Santa Clara team by John A.
Kennedy, one of San Kranelsco's most
prominent business men. Mr. Ken
ncdy needs no Intioductlon to the en
thusiasts of American sportsmanship,
having been In the calcium for many
years, and a man whose nnmo Is the
key-note for good, clean nmntcur
sport. At tho present time ho holds
a directorship In the Olympic Club,
tho club that has mnde Son Fran
cisco famous, for amongst tho ranks
of the world's greatest athletes are
registered mnny of San Francisco's
Olympic Club students.
Mr. Kennedy Is prevented from
visiting the Islands with tho ball
play crtf owing to business duties, but
when called upon for his Ideas of the
trip had the following to say:
"What do I think of It? Why.
those Islanders arc the greatest peo
ple In tho world for hospitality, and
you boys must show your apprecia
tion by giving them a rare article In
the baseball Uric. As nn Incentive I
will give a handsome gold medal to
the student making the best show
ing." Thcro is no doulit that tho Inter
national series Is attracting wide at
tention on the Coast and throughout
tho Kant, as every file of papers, both
from, the Kast and West havo leng
thy jirtlclcs covering It.
As tho time draws near our fntis
about town arc working up a little
excitement at home, nnd the outcomo
Is still a matter of much specula
During the past week thcio has
been quite u demand for season tick
ets at the Hawaiian News Co., the
officials being well satisfied with the
manner In which they nrc being ta
AUTO MEN WANT RACE
FOR ANY AMOUNT SET
That Jin auto race can soon bo
made hero, and will bo made, Is Indi
cated by the attitude of tho men at
the garages now. Tho 'von llnmm
Young men are willing to incctxtho
car or cars from the Associated Oar
age for any distance nnd for any
amount from $1 to 1100. They now
have a demonstrating machine, nnd
aro anxious to take up a dofl which
was recently Issued by tho Associat
SPORTS CALENDAR 0
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Juno 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un
known angles shoot.
June 17 Knplolanl llaseball
July 3 Chinese Alohas' dance, K.
of P. hall
July 3-4 Ullo races.
July 4 Start Trans-Pnclflc Yacht
July 4 Maul races.
July 20, 21, 22 KonncI Club
Aug. 17 I'uuneno tennis cup play.
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The postponed monthly meeting of
tho Chinese Athletic Club will bo
hold at 7:30 o'clock this cvonlng In
tl)c, Chinese Y. M. C. A. hall, the at
tendance of nil members being ex
TREAT FOR HOfiClLlllJ
Miss Julia Klumpkc, the violinist,
nrrtved on tho Manchuria yesterday
for a visit in tho Islands. Sho will
play In recital for tho Ladles' Morn
ing Music Club next Suturdny even
ing ut the Young Hotel.
Of her playing the great violinist,
Eugeno Ytuye, said: Miss Julli
Klumpkc, who has followed my clas
sics In violin. In Ilrusscls, nlrcady
possesses a solid nrtlstlc education;
her talent Is sufficiently ripe to war
rant her In going alono In both ar
tistic nnd professional careers. I am
certain Hint sho will appear to, good
ndvnntuRo In musical recitals, con
torts, also that her ability to teach
will result In excellent -training for
Since the writing of this. Miss
Klumpkc has more than fulfilled the
prophesy of Ysajo in her concert
Tickets can bo had from the mem
bers of Who club at one dollar each.
CON8UL LAYARD PROMOTED.
It. dd p. I.ayard, formerly tlrltlsh
Consul at Honolulu, has been promot
ed to 1Mb position, of Consul General
nt Manila. Mr. I.ayard expects to pass
IhrougHl'Honolulu In August, on his
way nomo to England to rejoin his
It. 0.,rC, ForBtcr, tho present Acting
Ilrltlsh .Consul In this city, expects to
be appointed Consul to Honolulii and
Oils Is tho hopo of all thoso who havo
mot ilio'conrteoiia gentleman nho rop
rOentB,,Hls',nrlttanlo Majesty In Hawaii.
ANDKIISON In this city. June IB,
1908, to tho wlfo of Mnnlcy Ander
son, a! con.
Good Records Were
Made By Aquatic
Ilcsults of tho nquatlc sports of tho
Kamchameha Aquatic Club on last
Thursday, which nrc now published
for tho first time, aro:
First race: Two-paddle modern
canoes for ladles Won by Kan.ilnu-
punl, Kalahlkiola sccpnd; tlnio 3:20
InU 3:44: course, stnrt rrom tho
club's headquarters to, flags opposlto
Makalll Point and return. Mrst
prize $3, second $2.
Second race! Modern ennocs, two
paddle, for boys (same courso) Won
by t'onlimn, Knhnkaaulana Bccond;
time 3-1S and 4:02.
Third race: Sailing Hawaiian ca
noes, modern and ancient Won by
Alex. Smith (34:01), Moses I'linolni
second (3C:33), II. II. Iteloln thlid
(3!:02), K. A. C. fourth (43:20).
Course from Makalll Point to red
flag opposlto Mokumoa Island nt Mo-
analua nnd return. Prizes, cup and
IS cash, $, tS.CO, and 12.50.
Fourth race: Sailing, second clnrs
modern canoes (courso same) Won
by Kul kn Hcklll (31:38), Kalahlki
ola second (37:36), Makalll third
(38:25), and Plllkea fourth (39:00).
Halllmnnu and Pnllkcn fouled. Prizes
Fifth race: Ladles' sailing, modem
canoes (shorter courso to bluo nag
and return) Won by Kalahlkiola,
sailed by Mrs. Kmllo (31:00), I'all-
kca second (33:40), Prizes, cup tot'
the first and $3 for the second.
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EWA BASEBALL TEAM
DEFEATS THE WAIFAHUS
Kwn baseball team on Sunday de
feated the Walpahus-by n score of 10
to 4, on the Wnlpahu's grounds.
Kwn Joe Ellas, c; M. Kodrlgucs,
2b; J. Wnnco, lb; J.Itcgo, cf; Dew
ey, 3b; A. Sllvn, sb; J. Kravons, If;
M. Fernandez, p; Cordolro, rf. .
Walpnhu E. Ilotcllho. c; J. Af
laquc, 3b; M. Mcndcs, 2b; J. Snuza,
rf; M. Kolomy, cf; Win. K. Mile, p; ,
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M,, Cordelres, If.
Scoro by Innings:
12 3 4 5 0 7 8 9
Ewn 3 103 0003010
Walpahu 02000010 1 4
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Fourth of July-
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The games on Sunday In tho News
paper Lcaguo resulted In n victory
for the Paradise over tho Uullctlns
by a scoro of 14-9 and n win for tho
Mercantile; over the Stars l: 19-13.
The crowd In attendance was some
what better than it has been fur u
ItART-At Pasadena. Gil., Juno IB. " "" "l ,cr ,r"B ,B
1908. Dolllo, wife of Harry J. llartl"1 """ " mu,K """ l" "u,,u
nnd Bister of Harry P., Fred M., nnd ' nro now t ot It for first placo
Edgar L. LowlB. in tno series.
Ah Arrow Colliir rightly chosen ?cts
rfght on your shirt, -is 'becoming to
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CLUKTT, 1'F.AnODV A. mstrAN'Y, Troy, X. V.
Mjkfr of duett blilrti
Them wlll'bo n public li.ifttl concert
this uvcnltig at 7;30 o'clock, nt Aala
Park, with tho following program:
Mnrrh -"nnrfl nrwl SfiiMtpH' flinw
....'........" 1)1 own
Overturj! "Fra Tllavolo" ....Frjnku
Intermozzo "Ittisslan" FranKo
Urnnd Selection "I.ucfa" . .Donizetti
Vocal Hawaiian Songs...ar. by Rergur
Selection "The Grand Mogul". I.tulurn
Polka "Tho Kllto" (uow)...t.usronib
Finnic "Tho Miyllower" (new) Iivyur
"Tho Star Spangled Runner."
Great Closing Out Sale of Clothing
Th Entire New Stock of the Three Stores of ROSENBERG BROS, has been
bought by jus and we are in a position to sell at unheard-of prices.
Men's Negligee Shirts
SHIRTS REDUCED TO
" REDUCED TO
" REDUCED TO $1.15
" : REDUCED TO $1.80
Men's Undershirts and Drawers
LISLE.THREAD SHIRTS 80s
BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS ' 60o
COLORED LISLE AND COTTON ... 50c
BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS 35c.
MESH UNDERWEAR , .? : . . 30o
A FULL LINE OF UNDERDRAWERS AT REDUCED PRICES!
Men's Straw and Felt Hats
STRAW HATS i REDUCED TO 50o
" : REDUCED TO 65o
'" " REDUCED TO 75c
" " ' REDUCED TO $1.00
" ' ...,-.'.r,.... :...'.; REDUCED TO $1.25
FELT HATS ' REDUCED TO 75c
". ' " " REDUCED TO $1.00
" " , . . : REDUCED TO $1.25
" " ..." REDUCED TO $1.50
" " . REDUCED TO $1.75
Men's Woolen Suits
FULL-FASHIONED SUITS . . REDUCED TO
" . ..7 REDUCED TO
REDUCED TO $11.50
REDUCED TO $12.50
REDUCED TO $13.00
.REDUCED TO $15.00
MEN'S PANTS . . V. . '. REDUCED TO $1.50
REDUCED TO $2.20
, ' REDUCED TO $3.00
REDUCED TO $3.40
REDUCED TO $3.85
' ..... Boys' Wash Suits
WASH SUITS , V....; REDUCED TO $1.00
' ......' )'.!.'. REDUCED TO $2.25
' ..';.'. .;!....' ,... REDUCED TO $2.75
" . '" .". REDUCED TO $3.00
Boys' Short Pants
PANTS : REDUCED TO 60o
'... REDUCED TO 75o
; REDUCED TO 95c
" . -. . . . REDUCED TO $1.35
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