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EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOOKE
TIGHE SHOWS IIP
A GREAT SCRAPPER.
Routs Are All Classy
SAN 1'HMIO. Calif., June 21. Tlio
yacht Hawaii arrived here tonight
niter mi iiiicvcii t fill o)ago.
JEWELS AND PUNS
Both WinOutcome Of
Series" Is Still
1C4 KOILL STREET.
iT4fi iwinwi innrMi
Boys of the Maine and Alabama
DO i'T FAIL TO SEE
The Greatest line of CURIOS in the city
while yon nrc taking "a cmilq" in the
. ORPHEUM &L00N,
FORT ST. JUST ABOVE THE THEATER.
Tlmt tho light fmiH of this city
never haw a classier scrapper than, Tl,c arrival nf tho Hawaii at San
Dennis Tlghe of Hie battleship Ala- ,,;i," the 20th Imltcutcs that the
b.una la a mire thing. Tlghe was llu, cr" has hceti round a hummer
. , . , , , ,,, u, i III ocean traveling. The best friends
nut. 'iicil to B'i ten rounds with aol-' . ... , ,
i. i i. . i- . i.i .. .. i.. expected of her was about 20 days
der Muiphy of loit Shatter at In- ', Y ,, , '
. i ",,.,, o .... i., ...i for tho trln, Uut she left here June
i!-l)cn(le:ice li.tll Saturday iilsht, and ... ,.,,.,. . ,,
..ii i .i in .. -I .. ....' -" nuout " nclnck, covering tho
finished the uilille. after nbout two . ' "
and one-half minute, of Unhtlng. Tho :;;!nv mllM of, OM ' ," nt
blow which did It traveled only a few """Jf" ?1,e.or "" UnoU n."?y-
unches. mid iirobnlily half the crowd ",""" ", l "' Y"' , ,
did not sec It at nil. it.. It was a ' ,f '"" ''f '""' ' ",l8
beautifully ihMii-imncli, and shows ?" t',lefwa.v ' ,llc Coast this lool.s
Tlghe to be In a class all by himself. ' hlp r ""r !,',w"c:tB "l th Tr!in8
beyond a doubt. In the local .lag. I'lc ncl. "ace.
,,.,.,, i . . . i. t "or behavior inmiiareH very fnvor-
Tlio thing was qukkly done. In' . , i ,, , . .
.i.- v. -.i... .i.....i i,u :,bl w"' that of l.a I'aloma. the In-
",u "" .J " ,, nil entry la this laie two yearH ago.
iioweiH as a tiotr, and niaaaged In , ,,,,,., .... . . . ,.
...... ... , , I'U l'aloma left hem nt 2 u clock Anrll
1 I and united nt S.m Francisco May
tilth, 7 i. in., or 2S days for the
y ' wen
9 " Eve
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WE HAVE THEH HI ALL SIZES.
EASTMAN FILMS and
PRSMO FILM PACKS-
Put up in Tin Tubes to jirotsst then from the tronieal
Hammer and Cvanier Plates
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
rythinc Photographic "
Fort St. near Hotel.
kc. nway fiom a good maiiv blowa
whleh Tlgbii stalled. Still, when the
lotiud cliiited, he showed that every
timet his nuUgotilst had touched hliu
he hi.,1 l.nulcd Willi telling cITect.
Things seemed to go pretty much
at the ili'U of the leronil as they bad
:;om all rloag. Murpiiy got one In
the mouth which he evidently felt,
but In' Lliiclied, and ctalled mount
dceily. Then he ducked one. win
(.night with a left In the c.lio. a
right iiui the heart, and then IITtcd
if tlie lb or with a short tight huol
to the turner of the jaw. lie was
out, hail the count been twenty sec-
muM In place of tea
The lemilts nf the big league gimea
on last Saturday lcao the outcome ot
the first series stilt veiy much In
doubt. Tho Jewels won from the
Saints In a good game, as detailed In
the baseball edition of the II u 1 1 u 1 1 u
Saturday afternoon. Then the I'iiiih
trimmed the Kams to liiu tyno of 10
to 1, nnd the scries was not clinched,
by any means, nail tnu runs loutt it
uould have made tho series a sure
thing for tho Jewels. Now, It Is prob
nhle that the outcome will be In doubt
up to tho very end.
The game between tho l'uns and the
Kams went without event until tliu
third, when tho Tuna scored two. In
. tho sixth tho l'uns rcorcd three
and the ICatas got one man acrnst,
Lemon rteallug homo during an argu
incut. The Colts scored two mote la
the Sth and thieo In the Uth.
1 Another of those tilcka In the run
to ft.-Et was worked by itiiupton, who
stopped, ran luck, and then went to
fliMt'whcu tho ball was tossed to the
I I.yiuun came forward with the big
stick, making' a nice threedi.igser, and
Kl.i was there, especially with a two
bagger which scored Hampton.
i The llrst scoria i of the I'iiiih was
The I'mirth of July nt San Pedro done on a. three-lugger by l.ynian, nnd
n t: t:
SAD PEDHO P1ANS
(MAT DOINGS ON 4111
Is t.) bo the greatest eter and tho
start of the Trnns-l'nclllc Yacht Unco
U to be the center of the whole nt
tiaetlon aiiordlug to the San I'edro
Dally News, copies of which arrived
j by the hist mall fnmi tho CouM.
All thrcugh, Tlgho luut hanlly There Is to bo u paiado of the nil-
uiaiiiled bis hnlr. , lltla, a water cnrnlv.il, the start of
It can bo said for Muiphy that ho' the Tans-I'aclllc Itaco and of n
hnil no time In which to ti'aln. and South Coast in lit Club lace uround
a two-bagger ay Iloogs, lloogs far
ther distinguished himself In the 8th
when limns hit. Warren hit, mid
Iloogs scored them with n tun-bagger
Kin scored Hampton In the ninth with
ii two-bagger, nnd himself came home
on an error
This puts the Kams down nnd oat
but gives the Colts n fighting dune,
.lor the tlrbt place.
The crowd wan better than iisuil.
and though the baud urrlved late, It
, . . . i , .iiiii iiiuuii liiu uaiiu uiiii:ii i.iiu, 11
was tliV'iefore lit fconie 'disadvantage, (atnllna Islanil, lompctltlvo cl i til of Nuls wm, tll f KWeet strains
Tlghe will co soon Into the prize
rln; as n piofessional, and will make
good, lie is a middleweight, weigh
ing' 1 Ifi pounds laet night ngalutl
l.',U for the foldler. His puiich has
marvelous power. He lights fiom a
t'lou h, like ii good many good ones. I celebration, and. Judging from the
Mu.-phy was cheeied by the h.-rlliinr rll' up, the Hawaii htands to win on
au he leff the ling, for bis game work the laen ilowu.
tinder punl'ihinent. ' ' I ' t! tl tl
Tl.o first preliminary, between
Young Sharkey uud Wnhllanl, In tlir
i fi.nthm wiltlit tnss. U'rls 11 draw
lYmns Sharkey Is n promising lad. .I'rlzo. lists for the Hawaiian K'cn
ille kept uinilns all'thd time, mid ' "' C,."V hciH.b i.how wjileh Is to
though ho did npt haVothc punishing la ,,ac lluxt ,1'0!lh' f ,,1'. H
'tiouur In oet bis man out. he often ' fo"OWH:
had him groggy. Vahllmil was very ! J1'-' I"-1"'" '' "" pillar chu.se.1
game, nnd managed to hold his own.)"1" I,0.ll0 lubs Hold Lettered Hlb-
riie boys stalled In to light fiom tho "'" wle 'oiiowmg colors: iirsis,
fiaternal orders, uniform rank, nnd when it did slio.v up.
ho forth. The glories of the visit of Umplro Ilower failed to thclv: pi
the Kicel are to be duplicated. ("'(! Hill Vannatta umpired the Ilia!
Natiuitlly the yilcbt Hawaii will "'""u- with Albright handling (ho In-
hold the, center of the stage on the """"," " ' 'X , Vir w.a
occasion ,of tho race start and of the
If ..G U 0 0 0
wii, snow puis
ICvers, ss, ,
Louis, rf. .
Davis, c. . .
J. Kernandor, cf.Jl
S. Chilllngw'lh, SUA,
Kit Sue. Sb-ir,
Tlitshuell, p. .
.33 S 8 0 27 11
All U 1111 Sli O A
llrst tnp of the gong, nnd kept up,a!1',l,e! Seconds, red: Thirds, white; I JJn, WIlilamB. 2U..2
linroln niMicli all thmncb. thmich . Uu'cl vo winners. Riecn. Special prU
they got too tired to go very fast at'08 wl" l,e ""'' " ofllclal cata
It befoio tho last lound was over. I 'Kue
The neconil preliminary, six rounds ' Ile oClcclB ot "if Hawaiian Kcn
hetween Hail of the .Maine and Davis ncl clu1' "ro "8 followsi 1). I'. R. Iseti
of tho Alabama, was u classy go. i 'cr l'rcsldont; Thos. Sharp, vlco
Hart boxed at 1S2 and D.iMs nt IBfi. !'f8ldent; C. T. I.lttlejohii, seeretary-
. L. J
iloliistr Drug Co. and
Benson, Siuilh & Co.,
l:ccp p. fresh supply of these Celeb rated Medicines always on hand.
"No matter what the ailment, Pottic prepares a remedy for it. Ask
for it, and insist on Retting it.
0i:o of tho best-known preventives to disease and a great inccnt
liyc to health, is
" Pottle's Physic Balls
It cleanses the itomach of old, utclcss matter, which keeps yo'ar horse
out of carts, and rredisposes htm to prevalent diseases.
TELEPHONE 1189. T01TIE & SONS HONOLULU
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEI
Tho fo liner natitiully nssumed n
waiting attitude, fighting from a
ciouchj Ile covered up well, and,
though he did not lead bnck much,
tin illil lint irnt linillv iiiinlulinil tin
to tho last lound, the thing seemed 'j0"'"1, A- "H It. Jnc!
llko n draw, when Davis found Hart J "Wornlil, J. b. Lena
In t lie Fiilar plexus with n swift
right, and tho lighter man had. to
stall tho lest ot tho round to s.ivn
himself from a knockout. Davis box
ed In great form, nnd had tho crowd
with him. Ho Is a neat scrapper.
Tho light went to Davis on the de
cision ot Uofoieo MIko I'.itton.
All the ovealng tho bpoit was
xreat In fact, It such groat boxing
can bo given the crowds fiom this
time on, tho boiling gaino will be
nioi e popular hcio than over bofmo.
Jnck Scully is to glvo nioro gamc3 on
the rnurth, nnd that ho will be very
hugely pationlied now seonis cer
tain. it :t
At. Williams, bs.
En Qco, If.-rf. .
aic.ji.on, lb. ...
Ilruns, 2b.-3h. . .
.4 0 2
.4 0 0
.3 2 0
.4 1 1
.2 1 1
.2 0 0
Things are now so In thapo that
iln ...A... I.....O i.f llln Hiil.tiina, fl I . . I .
i inn ,in.-tiii.vn ui it.u uuuihljci luif
ticasuier; Dr. A. It. Kow.it, diiector
Dr. J. C. Kltzgerald, diiector; A. T.
It. Jackson, director; V. II. Charlock,
Ilenc.li Show Committee Dr. A. ft.
Jackson, Dr. J. C.
limn, C. T. Little-
Vcterluary Surgeon Dr. A. It.
JudBi Oeo. A. Cranfleld, Ksq., of
California, all bleeds.
tt n t:
Ni:V YORK. N. Y., Juno 20. Fla-
uagan thicw the lC-pound hnminer
lift reot I .i-t inclies. This makes u
now lerord for hammer-throwing.
' ti t; n
NEW YORK TO PARIS
HIKUTSIC, SIbeiln, Juno 21. Tho
American car In the Now York-to-l'.uis
uutoinobilc rate has crossed
Lake llalkal and will be hero soon.
The Rcnmin car leaves on Monday.
U I! It
LANG AND BURNS
G 24 8 3
Totals 31 C G
Huns 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 1 G
llnso Hits 0 0010140 01)
Huns 1 0000412 8
lllnso Hits 1 0000421 S
I Three-base Hits Louis, S. Chilling'
Win! Ditches Leslie, 3.
Ilase on Dulls Off Ilushaell 2, otf
Sacrlflco Hits LouIj, O. linns
I'asbcd balls Joy 2.
Struck Out By Iliishnall 4, by Les
All It 1111 SU O
V. Desha, if B 0 0 0 0
Hampton, p 5
"la cf B
II. Ilruns, If 4
tl. Wnrren, ss. ..4
Lyman, 6. .
Hoogs, 2b. .
Totals 40 10 14 4 27 21
y "Mil hi i i' 'Willi i
MKLIIOUUNK. Aus., June 21.
Lang and Hums hmo heon matched
to meet bete during tho week tho
American Fleet is In these waters'.
II H H
Mll'nr, ss. ..
Lemon, cf. . .
.lonei. c. ...
can get fcomo returns for their money.
Ono of tho grass houses Is up, nnd
bathing facilities have been secured
liv Mm f.nuitotiv nf llm CJi.nuldn llntnl
., ... w....-.u . .,. ..........
Meals can , also be ordeicd from the Tho Oahu l'olo Club met yesterday Huniaiikit, lb 3
Seasldo, lint towels und liatlilng suits and elected the following officers to Fern, rf 4
have to bo provided by tho niembeis seivo.for the coming year: I'rosldont, Hunter, p 4
of the club. Tblncs nre being cot- (Jiurirn Denlbon: vlcn lireHidnnt. Dr. I
Ilahlwln! Eocrotarv. (J. I'. Wilder: Totals 31 1 4 127 10 3
tieasuior.C. II. Cooko; captain, Will- ''"'V'PH'r - n
. . ,,,ii ,t. ... .. ,, I 1 2 3 4 5 G i 8 a
Huns 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 2 310
Ilase Hits 0 3 0 0 1 4 0 3 311
ter Dillingham; dlicetors,
Shingle, George Angus. It
It. W. '
cided to get together a team to play
ten Into shape light along.
It It tt
Tho Hnllioad'inen won nt baseball
yesterday nt Knplolanl Park fiom the
HolleimakerH by u senro of 3 to 2.
Tho game was a good one, as tlio ngniiibt Kauai during the vUIt of the
scene Indicates. Fleet, provided i Kbou Low would
II it i: niako satisfactory arrangements for
l'hlladelplila Jack O'llrlen and handling the game. Walter Dllllng
Stanloy Ketrholl will meet 111 a 4.1. hum was appointed a coliimltteo of
I omul light In Ban Fiuneisco on Ad-1 one to Interview Mr. Low on the mat
mission Day, Sept. 9th. ' tor.
Huns 0 0 0 0 U 1 0 0 0 1
Iliibu Hits 0 O'O 1 1 1 1 0 0 I
Three-base hit Lyiuau.
llaso on Halls Off Hotiter 1, off
Struck Out Uy Tloutcr 10, by
WHITNEY do MARSH
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R educed $1.00 per day until sold
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We invite our friends to inspect cur stock.
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The entire stock of Rosenberg Eros.' three big stores
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MEN'S HATS at half their former price.
BOYS' WASH SUITS at bargain prices.
MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS at Cost Price.
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