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Congestion of Sporting
Events On For
A congestion tr sporting events In
(lip lslnmtf, iiwttiK to tlio fact that
S'ltunlay In the (llorloiis I'aiutli,
l.copt; iM)ili cueHsltiK Just now. Tliu
Saints hail it ball Kuino on with the
Piiiih, The iimniiRcrH facetiously
tnlKnl of (lvvlillng the rivalry by n
tusH-up, as tho teams woulitVindouht
eilly In' koinewhat clmiiRcd arinnnl,
anil things tnailo the mure uncertain
thcioby Tho gamu Is now scheclul
I'll, on account of the ( nnli.
Alf Vllll.ini, of thn Saints, la to
go tu llllii w It li tho noclicr team.
Mm li, who ImtiU the bai'kHtop
pojltion for the l'lins, wanted badly
ciiiiugh to go down to llllo on the
' Fourtli, as bis lioniu Is on Hawaii,
1 but lie iiIkii wanted to nta and play
the deciding game, or what may
piow tho deciding game, with his
team. The postponement decided
Klgmlng out his lineup, Pat Glca
roii said he would probably li.ne llni
ncy behind the bat, Ihishnell or
.lohiinlo Williams In the box, him
self at the Initial nacl,, Maikhain ut
second, Huslinell or Williams ut
Rliort, i:n Sue on third, 1'l.ida In
right garden, Alctt In (enter, ami
Un lice In left.
,lt can be seen that the team would
have been weak.
This Is the gicat week among the
fans. With rates at Lahalna ail
llllo, and Micker at llllo, and the
.towels going to .Maul to play ball,
the start of tho Tiaiis-I'atlfie Yacht
Itace, and Hio li'-iound Guns-Nelson
go In S.in Finiiclsro, thoic aiu
cnoush events on the tapis fur Sat
urday to Keep the "bojs" In or out
jf I'oel.et for maiy.' moims.
On lag to n congestion nf sports on
Saturday, the Glorious rourth, plans
have been somewhat illsan.inged and
tho baseball game Puns s. Saints
ulilch was on for S.ilurda) has
Ui on postponed until some dale tu be
fixed later. Huslinell will probably
not be here; Alf Williams will go
with the socker team to llllo; and tho
Saints' team will bo generally Bhot
to pieces, and It was thought better.
In consideration of this fact, and of
the fact that the I'uns will liae two
of thcli beat fielders, riniiis and Kla,
nut of the gamo alto, to hold this
postponed match at homo date when
tho best that each bunch could put
In the field ciiuld bo obtained. The
Piess-Aala game Is also postponed.
In this way the best baseball will
bo urfeied the public and tho charac
ter or the game which Is being of
foied will be kept up, as Is very much
deslied, In view of coming big events.
At tho samo meeting of uauagcrii
nt which this postponement was
made, u partial schedule for tho
games whon Santa Clara, Kelo, and
the I'leet are hero was arranged,'
This schedule, Is as follows:
July 11 I'miahou vs. Kelo; St.
I.ouls s. Santa Claia.
July 12 Kama vs. Kelo: Diamond
Heads h. Santa Claia,
July IS All-Hawaii vs. riet;
I'miahou s Santa Chun.
July 19 AU-Hawall s. Klcet: St.
Louis b. Kelo,
JlllV tfi tvnmu Vfl Qintfi Pin.,!
1 Diamond Heads vs. Kelo.
Jul) 2C (Not anaiiKcd); Kelo vs.
August 1, 2, S, 0 are yet to bo sir
iQUged. tt :: t:
Tho following teams have been en-1
teicd In the tug-of-wur touiniunent
to bo pulled off nt tho Midway the
ater In tho near futuro:
Alohas; captain, Harry Klonime.
Japaneso; captain, I, Onouje.
lloiioliilus; captain, Kd. Hopkins.
Hawaii; captain, C. Coster.
Portiigueco; captain, J, I.ulz,
l'oolns; captain, I). Kaakanul.
All the teams liavo been foimcil
and havo coninienccd tinlnlng, Tho
dato of the first loiuid contests will
ho announced tomoriow.
Thoro will be n match rnco ut Ka
pollan'l I'aik on Saturday afternoon
nt half n mile, starting at 4 o'tloiK,
between Silent Dcauty nnd Cindy
The icgular wcoltly shoot of the
Hawaii Gnu Club will bo hold at tho
Kakauko Imps this aftemoon.
It u u
Jim Dan) was knocked out by Sam
Airlvlng b ihe Alameda nt San
1'ranclBio, Jack Scull), the local box
ing promotir, Is nrianglng with tho
liest boxeis ut tho Atlantic Fleet to
appear In the ring here in bouts
which he "111 iiindiict nt Independ
ent Hall during tho time tho I'leet
Is staying In this port. Jack got Into
communication with the Fleet nt
once, nnd tables ns to his success,
which Is hardly to be doubted, me
expected hcie at any lime
Scully went tu the Coast with this
end largel) in lew. Ho didn't want
nnyidoiiht about what wns to bo
dono when the ships got hero. For
this icnson, lie had most uf the best
men nmong the local talent optioned
before Iip left, nnd will probably have
signed the be it men In Uncle Sam's
Navy by the time he Is ready to re
turn to Honolulu.
Tho boxing iiintests which ho re
cently held In Independence Hall
wore decidedly tho best which have
been seen In this city, and now that
Jack lias time to arrange a classy
caul, big things may be expected.
Tho other bouts were aiianged on ii
few days' notice; he can now pick
his talent caiefully.
Young Nelson, tho durable boy,
who fought ten i omuls to u draw
I Willi Itaffcrty, lightweight ihamplon
jof the Navj, and who would hae
i won with lounds of usual length and
straight rules, will bo In tho ring
ngaln for Siullj, probably to furnish
iuo mg iiiiraciion wniie me nccl is
here. Cabral and Young Heine, who
put upa good four rounds, will prob
ably be seen In u longer go this time.
Cabral won the decision, but Heine Is
confident now, and the go ought to
be a hut one.. Young Sharkey and
Wahllaul, who furnished a slap-bang
preliminary timing the recent box
ing carnival, and furnished at the
samo tlmo loyal fun furlhu crowd,
will appear again. They fought to a
draw laat tlnle.
OthcjH of tho good ones among tho
lncnls hao been "promised" to Scul
ly, and tilings louk decidedly good
fur tho best bouts which have oor
been seen In a ilug In this city.
Socker Team To Sail
Tho All Oahii socker team, In good
condition and keen Tor another lc
lory, JoiirnejH to llllo on Friday night
to piny the Hawaii United team on tho
nioinlng or tho 10111 th. The gamo Is
for tho cup, which Is now hold by tho
locals, ns a sign that they ntu loids of
nil they suney In socker on tho Is
lands. And thoy expect to bring It
homo ngaln when they return.
Captain Kd, Fernandez hns had his
men out, baid at work. This morn
ing tho llno-iiii wns for tho first timet
officially announced, It Is ns fol
lows: c. Dickson, goal; II. Center
nnd J. Clark, hacks; Zlcglcr, J. Adder
son, Mon Yin, hnlves; und F. II. llal
lcy. II. C. llalley, J. Woo, Alf Williams
and I'd, Fernandez (Caplaln), for
The Hawaii United team has been
announced ns fallows: Geo. Deshn,
goal; William Irvlno nnd II. -K. Kelt
nor. backs: II. M. Lindsay, A. ltattray
and 11. Walker, half backs; A. Hun
tci, D. Donald, n. M. Lindsay, J. S. IJ.
McKcnzle and J. Cralk, forwards.
Just Iho thing for children for tho
4th or July. Will have it display this
Saturday evening. Come nnd see
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THE DOCTOR says " drink beer" when
you're worn out and run down; because
good beer is a food and a tonic. If it will
strengthen the weak- and the nervous isn't it
reasonable to say that it will keep you strong?
The virtue of Primo is not in the alcohol.
There is only 2 1-2 per cent of that.
It is in the malted barley - adigested food. And in
the loop's a tonic and an aid to sleep.'
vThere is nothing more healthful than Prirho Beer;
because it is rightly made-and absolutely pure
THE PROPER DRINKING of PRIMO BEER
NOT THE ABUSE OF IT IS GOOD' for the
WEAK and the WELL.
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