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Room is complete without a
It is a neat and convenient
cuticle for Slaving; and Gen
eral Toilet use. It lives
risht up to the word "Adjus
table." Take a glass home
and try it and if it doc3 not
please you we will take it
Fort St. near Hotel.
Sores of all kinds.
Sustaining a healthy condition of fooi
and for the cure of Kanker,
Thrush, and Foul Feet.'
Sprains, Strains, Shoulder and Ten
don Lameness. This oil does not
blister, and can be used while the
horse is in daily work.
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OPPOSITE YOUNG H0TEI
Baseball Bulletin's Page Of Racing
Boxing Q "Q Tj m Q Wrestling
Boating O J XV 1 O Rowing
EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE
JEWELS WILL- PLAY
Going Down On The 3rd
To Meet Team At
The Diamond Hearts will malto a
trip to Mnul on the 3rd to stay over
tlio Koitrtli, mul expect to play ball
while they tiro thcto. Negotiations
Mil now In process or a Rime with
tome plrkeil team of the Mnul Athletic
Association, wiillitkii, tor Sunday, mo
Gth, und there seems llttlu doubt. Unit
tliu Kanio will he made. .
Al all om'IUh, tho Jewels will be
there, lo seo tho other sports, and to
tnko pari If so decided before they K".
Letters were sent out esterdny. In
ri'K.trd lo this Biune. If It is made
ami It Becms assured tho line-up of
the Diamonds will be: H. Williams,
r.;'j. Amoy and V. ChlllliiRttorth, p.;
1,. Crook, lb.; S. ChlllliiKworth, 2b.;
George Clarlc. 3b.; II. ChtllliiBWOrlh,
bb.; V. Chllllnsworth and Amoy, if.;
Sumner, if.; Ulmos, If.
As Kddle IVliKUidcz Is to bo with
tho socker team at Illlo on this date,
bo will mil he uIoiik with tbu bill
placrs, i:crs, tho crack shortstop,
Is also out of the game for this occa
sion, and Datls cannot K. as It would
InNohe n Iohb leave from duty at
InlhoM'icss League things will be
doing tomorrow. Three Karnes will
1m' ii1.icil off. und tho schedule
limuirht In within oho week of com-1
pletlon. Tho llulletlns will get In erll". :' attShane, rf.
HioBR, as they nie down for twoj KaaIu A'. C Maknnul. llutlcr, c;
games. Morning and nfternoou they I "tler. Moilclros. p; KunUlnl, lb; Or
will play, closlnB the daj's spoit,aft-i dcnstcln, lib; Troltns, 3b; 6. l'arker.
cr they have opened It. And one 0f KoowalySs; II. I'nrkcr, cf; Hoopll. rf.
the best Bamcs which should bo play-l c A.-C.CM liul, c; John Lo.-pi
td this season Is on, as the Mercan- Muuniuu. lb; Hong Chnck, 2b; Kd.
tlleb and the Paradise, which have Ayati. 3b; Sing Chong. ss; Till Vet,
been wlnncis so far, will cross the."! " Ayiyi, cfMon Yin. rf.
WI0W, I Tho first game stnrts promptly at
Tho first game will be In the fore- l!"J ! u'l
noon, scheduled to begin at 10
o'clock, between the llulletlns nnd
the 'Timers. This Is to be followed
at the usual hour in -the nfternoou
by a game between the Mercantllcs
nnd, (he Paradise, and the llulletlns
and Asteroids will closo tho program,
nt a time which remains to be seen.
Tho Printers ore hurrying to closo
their schedule us scon after tho first
of July as possible.
some mim h
Wailuku, Mnul, June 26. On Au
gust 12th nt the Puuncne courts only
tho finals of the annual (mixed dfit
bles) tennis tournament will be play
ed for silver cups which have been
offored. As an additional attraction
there will be match games between
leprescntatUes of Honolulu clubs
and 'local phi j era.
In tho d i awing for the August
tournament, ijulto a number of strong
men drew blanks, owing to the few
entries by tho fair sex, und hence
will not play. Among them r weo
Mescsrs. Kuimbhunr, Savage, Mud
The Pain tennis club has a tourna
ment, mixed doubles, with handicaps,
in progress. There Is somo talk of
plnjlng the finals nt SunnyBldc
New York, N. Y., June 16. "Fuz-
zy," tho little yellow Pomornlntiin
dilg owned by C. Oliver Iselln, nnd
that gained international prominence
as the mascot 'of tho tup defender Hc-
llnnceo, died of u broken heart at
Mis. Isenlln wont to Europe sever
al months ago, leaving "Fuzzy" with
her daughter, Mis. Phillip V. l.lvei-
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lug he chased her automobllo down
tiio load, and when be' could not
cntch It tinned back und became de
spondent. Mis. 1.1 verniore" left for Kurone on
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deseited by bis last friend, refused to
out. His death followed. ,
Tuzz" lay Instate at Mrs. Liver-
moio's home in a Whlto velvet coffin,'
drnped with the Reliance flag and
Union Jack-for a day. and then ho
was bulled In isclln's rose gnrden. I
Tho St. Louis club has released
Pitcher Rhodes and Inflelder Charles
To Resame Baseball At
Aala Park Grounds
Tho Aala PniK grounds wIIHjc the
scene of somo great baseball l&mor-
ow afternoon, when tho I'alamas
and the Alohns face each other, and
the Knaln and the C. A. C.'s clash.
All over tho city people have been
talking nothing" but baseball lately,
and there Is no doubt that thcro will
be a great crowd to witness the two
There was nothing doing last Sun
day at tho'Aala Park grounds, owing
to tho fact that tho funeral of the
Into Prince David Kawnnanakoa was
held on that day.
Iloth the games that "will take
place tomoriow afternoon nre worth
seeing, as It was thc'I'alanins nnd tho
Chinese Alohas that played tho fa
mous scvcntcen-lunlng game during
1907. And no ono can tell but that
the Chinese AIuIiub may wallop tho
Paldmas. The Alohas arc able to
deliver the goods, nnd with such
stars ns Hrito, Albert Akana, and Ka
ia In tlioir line tho Palanuis hnvo'to
play ball fiom tho beginning to the
Tho second game between the Ka
olas and the C. A. C.'s is another one
worth ccclng. as It Is up to tho C A.
C.'s to best the Knalas this time. Tho
Kaaln nine Is tied with tiio Pnlamas
In the fit st scries.'
The lineup of the two games Nvlll
lie as follows:
l'alamu lloopit, c; Ksplnrtn, p;
Corrca, lb'; Hoiian,' 2b; Kcalohn, 3b;
I'altcy, Clement, ss; Walker, cf; Jim,
If; Zcrbc, rf.
Chinese Alohns 11. llrlto, c; Ka
Iml, p; Townsend, lb; Knlu, 2b; A.
Akana, 3b! Wong, bs; Ho Ma, Iff
! !, uwlibi umiiiie.
Cincinnati fans have gone wild
over the success of the Reds, who
arc now a close second to Chicago.
They have good reason to exult, for
it has been many jenrs since tho ltcda
were contenders for the, leadership,
John Gnrizel, who succeeded Ned
llanlon, is getting the' credit for the
surprising showing of the Cincinnati
club. Hut may not Hnnlon be enti
tled to somo of tho glory? He work
ed hard for two )ears to give Cincin
nati a winner, and ou k'now a suc
cessful baseball club, like Rome, ll
not built In a day.
Hums has pitched four splendid
caines ncalnst thn Box this HPAnnn.
' and in nofio of them hnvo the .u
i tionals scored more than ono run. So
I what chanco did Uurns have to wln
FOR THE MULTITUDE. TWO BIO DAYS OF SOLID ENJOYMENT itf
HILO. HOOLULU PARK, JULY 3 AND 4, 1908.
1. PRELIMINARY ROPING CONTEST. First Prize $150.00.
I Second PriM $50.00. Third Prize $25 00 Entrant U Sfl fWI Th.
four men -who make-the best time on July 3d will be. entitled to two
bullocks each on July 4th. Average time will be taken on the three
, -.bullocks roped by each man.
.2. FREE-FOR-ALL RACE,
3. COWBOY RELAY RACE
4. HAWAHAN-BRED RACE, One Mile Purse. S500.00
5. PIG ROPING CONTEST '. Prize, Pig
6. JAPANESE .STAKE RACE ,......,
7. HAWAnAN-BBED RACE, Three-eighths Mile Purse $150.00
1. FREE-FOR-ALL RACE, Five-eighths Mil Purse $200.00
2. FINALS OF ROPING CONTEST. FIRST HALF.
3. HAWAHAN-BRED RACE, Three-fouHhs Mile Purse $200.00
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7. JAPANESE RACE, One Mile ,' Purse $50 00
8. MAIDEN RACE, HAWAIIAN BRED, Half Mile Purse $100.00
0. WILD STEER RIDING' ,. . . Prize $25.00
'lO.-yNAMED HORSES PHILLIP, DEFENDER, MURPHY. Any Ha-
wiiiittii jjixii wjiu cuicu wciEnis.
H,-TiKLL HCE,Jhre0nUJ ',V' ; Pane ?225'00
12.-LUNA RACE , . . Purse $50.00 and 10 of Entrance Fee.
Plantation Ltfnas only. Each man rides his own horse at 175 lbs.
1 BUCKING RACE -. Prize $25.00
The management expects to arrange for a game of Baseball on July
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In all running races four to enter, three to start.
CLASSY HORSES ARE
Track Put In Good Fix;
Honolulu Horses In
Illt.O, Hawaii, June 2.,. As far as
those In charge of tho hoisc races
can make it, the track nt. Hoolulu
Park, for tho events of July 3 and 4,
will be In first-class condition. It Is
under tho immediate caro of Ti nek-
master Ilrughelll, who has had men
nt workthero for several weeks.
At the end of last week there wcro
fifteen horses occupying stalls at tho
park. First seen In their boxes wcro
three Japanese ponies being carefully
watched by their Japanese owners.
Next wero llruno and Indigo, the lat
ter looking In better condition,
though his groom Bald he was not ex
pected to win, only to tickle tho
horses In front of him. Then came
Charlie David's trotting stallion Po-
trero arid It Is unlit there may bo n
cbnnco to seo him try to bent time
before July 4 closes. David also has
his mare that he brought up ftom
Honolulu, but about which he Beeim
to have no knowledge.
Jullnn Mnnsnrrat has five ptetty
Hawaiian bred a mid lils'stuble Is sine
to be heard from before the ratea nro
over. Kukalau has only one teprc-
scntatlvo nt present, Major Collier,
aud the Major Is certainly In good
condition. Oeorgo Htchnrdson Is
taking good caro of Fidla', alwnja a
popular runner on the Hoolufu track,
nnd ho Is also keeping a fatherly eye
on the bay filly llanonlca that came
down from tho Coast on tho Lurliue.
And Ilrughelll? Hrughelll has Phil
lip. Thero ran bo no big rnco in
Illln without Phillip.
Uruno and Indigo had a mile spin
ln,Honolulubcfore coming to Hilo,
Domingo Ferrelrarldlng the former
nnd Oplopio the latter. Uruno fin
ished first In 1:44 1-2. Indigo was
only three lengths to tho bad at tho
finish. Uruno got a length tho best
of the start, ibut Indigo soon caught
up and the pair were even at tho half
pole. Passing the six furlongs polo
Indigo had a couple of lengths tho
best of It. In the final quarter llruno
took the lead and keptlt. It had
been the Intention of Louis Watren
to ship Uruno and Indigo to Mnul,
but the trial pleased him so much
I that ho decided to send his Btntilo to
Illlo after bigger game than the Ka
hulul program offers. Joe Reddy is
In charge of tho pair In Illlo.
Entries for tho two big races, 1 1-4
milo fro? for all nnd one mllo Ha
waiian bred Merchants' stakes, will
closo at 0p. m. on Monday next. For
all other horse races they closo nt C
p. m. on, June 30 at the Volcano Sta
bles. Honolulu nai well gained the repu
tatlon tf being a clean city. The only
way we can maintain aam It by keep
Inn at work.
Seven-eighths Mile Purse $200.00
STAKE, 1 1.8th
Miles.'. Purse $500.
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rnree-eiirnini Miie.Fnrt sinnnn
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10- entrance fee
In Silk, Voile, Panama
and Fancy Weaves j
Reduced $1.00 per .day until sold
COYNE FURNITURE CO.
LAYAU SIM COMPANY
Sporting Goods Emporium
We invits our friends to inspect our stock.
1005 NUUANU STREET "
The entire stock of Rosenberg Brqs.' three big stores
has been bought by us and we arc in a position to sell at
UNHEARD-OF PRICES!' "
MEN'S HATS at half their former price. ' i
BOYS' WASH SUI TS at bargain prices. ! '
MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS at Cost Price.
BOYS' SHORT PANTS at bargain prices.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
L B. Kcrr & Co., Ltd., Alakca St
entries to close June 2Dth.
WILD WEST entries to close July 2nd at 8 P. M.