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nvnxiMo bulletin, Honolulu, t. ii.p Tuesday, .tune 23, iaor.
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BasobaU Bulletin's Page Of Racing
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Boating lO JL J XV 1 O Rowing
EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE
Proposition For Yachts
From Coast To
It Is proposed wlillo the ttnns-Pn-clflc
yachts nro here, to hold n rnco
on tlio 8:11110 lines as thoso usually
iiuisued In tliu Aincrlcn Cud races.
in order to try out tlio boats morojfiom San Pedio to Honolulu, sched
fully nt all Kinds or koIhk than It is ulcil to stmt July 4
Out Of It
SAN' PEDRO, Calif., June 13. Tlio
ynwl (Iwendolyn II, tlio Seattle entry
for tlio Tians-raclflc Yncht Ilaco
thought tlicy will he tested
(inline of the trip down here from
I lie Coast Tlio race, ns proposed, Is
ii lo-mlle Hull to leeward, nud It
stt.ilghl beat bhek against thu wind 1 1-. H. Jolinfon. and her crew linvo not
time to wan, out win snu lor Mono
arrived here Inst
night The mrsoI left Seattle May
12. The (Iwcndoljn II will not par
ticipate in the rnce, as the original
dale for tlio btait was changed from
June 12 lo July 4, nnd her owner,
CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE COLLARS
There arc more wajs in which a collar tan
annoy you than you can remember. Jhit you
can remember Anow, and noid Ilium all.
l. ml . 2 fur '.'.5 rents.
ci.uirrr, pkapohv co., it asm ortiwu biiitu, 7tor.it. v.
to the starting place.
Besides the four yachts of tlio
trans-ocean race, It Is expected that
the Kniiieh.inicha and I -a l'nlonia can
he gotten in on the proposition. In
ract, the "Kam" has lately been
Keen for anything of this sort, and
there hi little douU that she ran ho
easily Induced to compete against
the yachts fioni the Count nnd tlio
It- Is proposed to offer n nice cup
and uiaKu every Inducement which
could nBsuie success. With bIx
yachts sailing ner a ln-mtlo couiko
to leeward and luck, there will cer
tainly ho ono of the prettiest races of
foioil which has ever been Balled
The next fentiilo of the Hawaiian
Vacht Club Is the inte for the Deck
ley Cup next Sunday, when It it ex
pected a very good number of entries
will he In It. This race Is n handicap
affair, open only for yachts of, the
tli-ht class. The courto Is fiom tlio
harbor to Diamond Head, then to
Harbors I'olnt, and back to the har
WA1ANAES AT BALI
lulu next Tuesday. The starturs In
tlio coming I. ice will bo Commodore
Sinclair's schooner Uirllnc, repre
senting the South Coast Yacht Club;
John Knjlo's yawl Lady Maud, tlio
entry of the San Diego Yacht Club,
nnd the Hawaii Yacht Club's yacht
i Hawaii, now sailing for this port
f i oiu Honolulu. '
Tumble Is being expei loured In
getting the Lady Maud, the San Di
ego ontiy In tlio TiaiiH-Pnclllo Knee,
equipped for the voyage, owing to In
:: :: tt
JOS WALCOTT WINS FIGHT
Springfield, Ohio, June 11. .loo
Wulcott of lloHton tonight easily de
feated Charles Kemp of this city in
u bout scheduled to go ten lounclH.
WE HAVE THEM IN ALL SIZES.
EASTMAN FILMS and
PREMO FILM PACKS
Put up in Tin Tubes to protect them from the tronical
Seed, Hammer and Cramer Plates
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Fort St. near, Hotel.
A eiy Interesting game of base
ball between tlio Wnlnluns and the
Walanacs tool: place on tlio latter's
ground on Sunday afternoon, Juno
2 1st. The' Walanacs were defeated
TO HEXP ARRIVES
Prominent Officials On
Way To Europe To
M. Arakawa, the Japmcso Minister
to Mextccti'lH a thiongh' .passenger In
tlio Teno Main, ieturulng,ti Ills post
in Mexico. During his slioit' htay here.
by thu Wnlaluas by a score of 19 to ho was entertained by Miki Suito, tlio
13. The gnnio whb exciting through- JapanesoJCpnsul Cleneial. Tonight
out nnd some line playing wns done 'Mr- AraWtyfti will stay at thu Mochb
by the winning team. Pitcher L01,,, l,cro hu U,B ",ruildy "Q"
Frank Do I'onto of Walnlua pitched n'c"j A7akawa said this morning that
very good ganio and his offerings thu tnilKratlon or Japanese coolies to
pioved a puzzlo to the Walanacs. I Mexico is Impracticable, thero being
After tlio game a luau was given no occasion for them to go then!. Tlio
In honor of tlio visiting team by thoUenernl conditions In Japan mo ipilet
Walanacs, und was followed by u ""' then;, Is hardly any news of liu
string band entertainment. A good , " J,.' ,. r
time was Indulged In by tho plajcis. snlto tmaulod bur and irrootci Mln.
The Walaluas will return the conipli-ittor Aiakawn, whom ho took Bight-
ment when the Walanacs go to Wal- teeing.
alua In u fow weeks. Another gentleman of prominence
Following was tho lineup: wll ls 1,oa"1 Ih k- llujasiilda,
Wnlanao-Frank, cf: Azevedo, c- i".wber ' "!u J1nu"M. JMiHament.
, . . . . .. lis Is gong lo Kiuupo to study tlm
2b; J. Lopez, f; A Simpson, p-c; F. nJSm conditions in England.
Mejer. lb; Mundon, rf; J. Meyer , Germany. Franco and other countries.
(captain), ss-p; 0. Meyer, 2h-ss; G. H0 Is nccoinpanled by Secretailes Tn-
Knlll, 3b, j keda and Ilayubashl, who aio arch-
Walalna A. Fegeilo, cf; Kconn- lU'Ctiirnl enghieem. Wlillo abroad the."
ona, c; Ah Mlu, ss; J. Souzn, 3b; ""I tucly foreign methods of engl-
r-...i, n ii.. .ii. ... i n... ... noerlug nnd bill cling.
Fiank Do Ponte 21 ..; M Toves, If; 0i,B a ( 3 ,,,, vct.
r. Knwuhakul, rt; A. Walkolo.i (cap- ,,,,... tti.r n .. i i,i ,iin,.
.. ... . .. . ,-......., ..... v. ... ..-....,. ...,,
uniform, wearing decorations and med
als on Ills breast with his snord by his
bldo, nnd was tho center of attraction.
Ohta Is on hhi way to Germany and
Nick Williams Likes
The Santa Clara
Quito n little notice has been tak
en hero lately of the Santa Clara
team and their piopobed Jlnciip when
they meet tho Keto University und
tho Honolulu boys next month dur
ing tho great trlanglo scries, but
while local people aio busy locating
the winner, the ball fans and the ball
plajcis themselves are just as busy
as llnnoliilans nrc, getting nciiuuiut
cd with the situation.
Everything ilepe'nds upon the out-
conic nnd showing made by tho Kelo
University hoys, as to whether
"Molko" Fisher will take the usual
Oriental vacation with his stilng of
all-stars. If the men from the Fur
Hast have any form or ckuis nt all,
It U nil assured fact that Fisher
wll ho there to take In tho lnlu
checks. Acknowledgments of the Santa
Claia ho)H' ability to play tho game
nro coming in With every mall from
the Coast, nnd bhow In what lank
of hanchnlllsni I bete )oungsturs aie
"Nick" Williams, who put up tho
best game of lull on the second base
end of thu team that our fans have
ever witnessed heie, had tho follow
ing to say of the proposed tilp to the
"1 take pleasure lii Inning an op
portuntty to recommend tho S.tuta
Clara boys, for I consider (hem one
of tho strongest amateur teams I
have ever come In contact with. In
the majority of games plajed this
scabon this team has come out with
HylilC colors, their opponents being
nmougst the best plnyers In the State
League, many times including tho
old 'stundbys' of tho Coast League.
I can guarantee that the class of ball
they put up will satisfy the most crit
ical fan In tho Islands, for I have
worked out soma there myself und
know that they know how to piny
tho game down theic, too, nnd once
they see these bojs working they
will not go homo dissatisfied,"
This Is ceitatnly putting It pretty
straight and should put local fans (o
BHBv: v Vir Jjc
Hollister Drug Co. and.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
' ' LIMITED
tkeep a fresh supply of these Celebrated Medicines always on hand,
, No matter what the ailment, Pottie prepares a remedy for it. Ask
" for it, and insist on getting; it.
One of the best-known preventives to disease and a gieat incent
ive to health, is
i Pottie's Physic Balls.
It cleanses the atomach of old, ureless matter, which keeps your horse
out of sorts, and predisposes him to prevalent diseases.
TELEPHONE 1189. POTTIE & SONS . HONOLULU
Tnzrz? '-iJ5 "':tm'amt-
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE Y0UNQ HOTEt,
tnln), lb; J. Toves, p-2b.
Score by Innings: I
Wnlnnac 18200100 113
Walalna 0 0 3 3 fi 0 3 S 19
SUMMARY. liases on balls: Olf
Slmpson, 1; J. Mejer, 1; J. Teves, 2; '
F. Do I'onte, 1. Two-haso hits: Lo-,
pcz, 1; Mundon, 1; J. Meyer,' 1; Ke-'
onnona, 1; Fegerlo, 1; Wnlkolon, 1.
Thrco-baso lilts: Frank, 1; M. Teves,
1. Home inns: Azevedo, 1; Simp
son, 1. Left on bases' Wnlnnac, ii;
Walalna, 4. Hit by pitched ball: F.
Mejer, Ft link, Knwahnkul, Struck
out: Ily Slniprou. 3; J. Meyer, 1; J.
Toves, 1; F. Do I'onto, 0, Patsed
ball: Simpson, 1. Umpire: L. Ku
pan, Alia. Scoier: Androw Ander
son. Tlmo of gamo: 2 liouis.
will remain theiu and thu ndjacent
counlres for n year. Wlillo (hero ho
will study tho latest methods of vol
oi Inary surgery. Ohta spculcs German.
On tho Tenyo Mnru are Fred A.
Gardner, of tho Union Iron Works,
San Francisco, and F..S. I'nrnsworth,
foreign superintendent of tho T. K, K.,
who nro along on this trip to observe
the working of tho turbines with which
the new liner Is lilted. Mr. Farnsworth
spent months In Kngland, seeing lo
thu Installation of the turbines, and in
watching with Interest tho showing
they aro now making. There bus mil
been a hitch In tho trip, the machinery
seeming to bo finite a triumph of its
ASOIGHT TO BUY
It Is reported that local Poituguosa
aro getting up a petition whlrh will
bo presented to Secretary Garfield,
asking that they bo allowed to phr
clintc the sites of their homes on
Punchbowl, which thuy now hold unci
cr kasu. It Is uudsrstood (hat tho pc
tltloners proposo that the lumH heap
1 raised and that they bo allowed 1 1
buy them at tho appraised value, an
they prufor this method to that of a
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wKKSruTrnr ISwHfflaSba6gSf ""J
B1SBMI IE1III s-Ktis
Dr, Hand, physical dliectnr at the
Y M, C. A Is planning to mguntzo
a basketball team (n represent the
Association nt tho tlmo tho Fleot Is
heie. He has plcled tun men and
will booh (have them haul nl work.
Ho Is somewhat handicapped by tho
fact that ho does not wish to have
any of tho track men In tho basket
ball game, but ho thinks that ho cut
got a winning team nut of tho ma
tortal ho has found otherwise avail
able, Tho track team Is still piactlclug
every Monday and Tliuisday ufter-lioons,
t llonj.unhi . llros. urn manuructtircrs'
ML'ciUa In Hycliiey, AiiKtrnlla. (Ircinhood
lu II, O Oreenhuoit, .tbec fxKrUT ut S.O
llrlKbt's DImciisu itiul Diabetes liuve been
1 riiiiciitcu, iknjaniin
hnoil tn Hcml n Hiuall
order, und If It really did thu buslncHH
tney wunlci sciiil an liiipuriiiiu tnciei. Thu
trial lut was mut.
Thu aliiiMi 'e.ililo Is tho reply. It did
tho biihliuHH. They touldn't wait for a
letter, Put cabled. Tiaimliitiit tt cclln for
tho Iniidi'illiilo Blillinu-nt nt nearly 1400
north elf rullnti'H Cumpounila for llrluht's
litHeatiu and Diabetes. Tliu whole world
Is wnUlnir up to the wnndtr of tho din
tuvery. Voci Ucm't hau to lahlo ftcnici
lllcratiire. lloiiolulu llriut Co., Fort St. ' traps
Tho lush for Illlo ban commenced.
The Manna Kea can led out at uooA
today a record-smashing crowd, nios
of them bound, for tho Hawaii port at
Lahaliia. Accommodations wctc over
crowded, and many pcoplo look mat
Chief of Dotuctioa Taylor stated
this morning that a penal summons
, Hnnsuinu Kt.. nan iTancmcii. ....- ........... ...... .. ,.v..... u .U,,D
1 t'linetrnlng tho report that cures for I would ho Issued during the day against
(Jus scliuuian, cliaiglug . him with
heedless driving lu connection with
the running down of Mrs. aiesecla'
H. Q. C. SHOOT
Whin tn suHtKct llrluhl's DlKe.ise-
wcakni'HH or Icmm of wtlKlit. purfy iiidclefi,
hiinds or eyilidn; dropsy ; ktiliuy troubln
after tlm third mouth i urtne tuny show
Kidliuenti rnlllng vlBliia; ilruwHlni'KS; ono
or inoie or inise.
The weekly shoot of tho Hawaiian
Gun Club will be held tomoirow aft
erncou nt S o'clocl;, nt tho Kakaako
Interest lu these shoot3 is
well sustained, though Hnivey Iuib
been so long u winner that It Is be
ginning to look something like u sin
ccuro for htm,
WHITNEY Sl MARSH
A New Line of
In Silk, Voile, Panama
and Fancy Weaves
R educed $1.00 per day until sold
COYNE FURNITURE CO.
LAYAU SHOE COMPANY
Sporting Goods Emporium
Wc invite our friends to inspect our stock. ,
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llamtiiall is still In pi ogress nnd ,)C,f(0 .rimii(Iny ov.iiltiK next nt tl.o,lmu ehtnbllshed tho Crook Audit Co.,
tho checkers tnuiiioy Is attiactlng n. u.aidoiico of Mrs. Henry Smith, on with olllces lu (ho Monadnock build-
Kooci ueai oi niieiesi. j.oi,t btlt'Ct. Illg.
Sidney A. Crook, who nn I veil In lliu
last Alameda, will shortly go to Maul
to visit his ielatle3 and Mends at
homo, Ho will leave August fi for Snu
The entire stock of Bosenberp; Bros,' three big stores
has been bought by us and we are in a position to sell at
UNHEARD-OF PRICE SI
MEN'S HATS at half their former Trice.
BOYS' WASH SUITS at bargain prices.
MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS at Cost Price.
BOYS' SHORT PANTS at bargain prices.
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