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-EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOOBE
Hawaii Team Wins Out
From Oahus At
Hawaii United won the socker
Knnic played nt Hllo on the Fourth
with the All-Oahu nRKrcKatlon by a
score of 2 to 1, taklnR the laurels,
and Incidentally with' tho follngo ta
king tho Kennedy cup which was of
fered last year as a trophy for this
This makes tho teams split even,
its last year the men from Honolulu
took tho wreath, and Journeyed to
Hllo this time with the precious mug
in their possession. Naturally, they
returned this morning without tho
Tho ganio was played In tho after
noon at Hoolulu Park while the races
were In progress. Enthusiasm was
nt fever heat during most of the
contest. The Hawaii men were ccr
tnlnly the stronger aggregation, and
won through teamwork more than
superior punting ability. They also
showed a great aptitude for getting
onto the hall and had speed when It
came to a question of chasing tho
sphcro nround some.
Gcorgo Desha, who played at goil
for the Hawuils, was the star of the
bunch, beyond a doubt, and his, ex
cellent defensive work was a feature
of tho play. Fernandez played a
good game for tho locals, and Lyman
showed very fine speed and form In
booting the bean.
The Honolulu uo)s had a sea trip
In which some of them had been very.
sick to plead In extenuation of the
defeat, while tho Hawnlts had lack o(
practice to block 'the argument. b
Tho ball, during the first hnlf, was
most of tho time In dangerous prox
imity to the Honolulu goal. In the
second half, the nice work of Desha
frequently saved bis team. The lo
cals scored their one point on u foul.
The line-up was:
Hawalls Geo. Desha, goal; Kelt
ner and Irwtn, backs; Rattaray,
Walkor, and Lindsay, hnlf backs;
Craik, McKenzie, Lindsay, Hunter,
and Donald, forwards.
Oahus Dickson, goal; J. Clark
and D. Center, full backs; F. Zleg
ler, J. Anderson, and Mon Yin, half
backs; F. Ilalley, II. Bailey, J. Woo,
E. Fernandez, und C. Lyman, for
The locals claim two goals which
thoy wcro not allowed by the ' offi
cials. This would glvo them the
SUB II UU PARK
Tho largest crowd that ever as
sembled at Aala Park witnessed tho
baseball games yesterday afternoon.
The first game, played between the
Pnlamas and tho C. A. C.'s, was an
Interesting one, although tho luttcr
team went down to defeat by tho
store of 4 to 2. Iloth teams played
fine ball throughout the gamo, not
withstanding they were both hand I
The second game, between tho Ka
aln A. C. and tho Japaneso A, (J., was
not up to 'the best. Errors after
errors were made on 'both sides and
both teams played loose ball.
The Japanese A. C. again defeated
the Kaalas for the second time, tho
score being 817, thus giving to tho
Palama A. C. the undisputed title of
champions of the first series.
The line-up of the first gamo was
Palama A. C. Hoopll, c; Espinda,
p; Kama, lb; Honan, 2b; Kcitloha,
3b; W. Ilnlley, ss; Jim Kahaawlnul,
If; Walker, cf; Zerbe, rf.
C. A. C Chi Hul Farm, c; John
Lo, p; Muumuu, lb; Hong Chack,
2b; Kn Suo Kong, 3b; Sing Chong,
ss; Ah Iluk, If; W. Ayau, cf; Tim
Joe Ross Is considered to be tho
best , star player' In tho Rlvcrsldo
League, 'lie ma'y be socn with one
of the local teams against the visit
Tho Palama A. C.'a uro the chum
plonu .of the first series. Credit is
duo to Espinda, the famous twlrler
of that team. O Maul no ka ol.
tt a B v
Ed. Ayau, Aklna, nnd Mon Yin
wern noi ninvine vptuarnnv rnr thn
C. A. C.'s, and yet the team put up u sago from Frank Wiggins, the Secretary of tho Los Angolcs Chamber of
good game. Commerce:
ana "All four boats off on time."
The captains of tho baseball teams ,
were looking for the offlclul scorer SAN PEDRO, July 4, Tho second Trans-Pacific Yacht Race was
yesterday afternoon. Ho wus stele In started promptly at noon toduy by President Roosevelt. Four nchts
bod. tho Hawaii, Lurllne, Lady Maud, and Owendolyn II started, Time
a a a (allowances are as follows: Lurllne, scratch; Owendolyn II,- 17 hours,
Thn Suspects won fiom thr Ha- 30 iuIiiuIch, 50 2-5 seconds; l.nrty Maud. 8 Ikiiiih, !l mlnutoH. 30 Hcronrix;
wnlls joslcnlay li u hcoio of 15 to Hawaii, 8 hourx, 37 minutes, 30 bi'coiiiIh; computed on tho basis of half
!' .. i hour for each foot of their average length.
TAKE HILO PURSES
Bruner And Indigo Lead
Under Wire in The
A ' great crowd attended the
Fourth races nt Hllo. In fact. It
was a rocord-brcakor. Hut tho sport
Justified the attendance. In spllo of
n downpour Friday afternoon nnd a
rather heavy track on Saturday, tho
races Were run In good shape, and
tho filly fever ran high throughout
Honolulu horsemen were heavy
winners. Indigo and Ilruncr covered
themselves with mud and glory until
the Inst rnce Saturday, when Frolic
won by a length from Yellow Girl,
who nosed Ilruncr out of place mon
ey.' Fortunately, many Honolulu
plungers hnd crnwled onto the band
wagon, and were backing Frolic
against the field with few takers.
The second day was somewhnt maf
red by two untoward events. Ikada,
who rode Jemmy In the Japanese
race, polled his horse and was bar
red, an'd tho rnce run over. Jockey
Willis rode Jemmy tho second tlmo
they sturteil, and won handily, by
In tho last race, O'Tlourkc, owner
of Frolic, wanted tho horses called
back when they were nt the starting
nost. as he claimed Willis, lit) on
KroC( ,, forgotten and icft his
weights at the stable. Willis said ho
could not hold his horse, and tho
raco was started, with the under
standing' It 'would bo ridden over If
Willis failed to weigh In correctly.
He made weight.
The Wild West department was
quite a success.
Results of the races were:
' I' Kill DA V
1 Free for nir, 7-8 mile: won by
Ilruncr,-Time,' 1:40. Purse, 1200.
2 Cowboy relay; won by Drlck
Lyman. Time, i':G5. Purse, $25.
3 Hawaiian bred race. Matson
stakes, one1 mile; won by Indigo.
Time, 1:C2. Purse, JG00.
4 Japanese race, 3-4 mile; won
by Jemmy. 'Time, 1:20 1-2. Purse,
,r HnwnUan bred rnce, 3-8 mile;
won by fmllgo. Time, :39 1-2.
Purse, HGd"' :
0 Pig roping contest; won by tho
1 Free for nil, C8 mllo; won by
Yellow (llrl. Time, 1:09. Purse,
2 Hawaiian bred race, 3-1 mllo;
won by Indigo. Time, 1:23. Purse,
3 Matsou slake, 1 1-8 mile: won
by Ilruncr. Time, 2:07 1-2. Purse,
4 Ducking contest; won by Kn
u m ii, of the Knp'apala Itanch. Prize,
5 Japanese -race, one mile; won
by Jemmy, Time, 2:03 1-2. Purhc,
C Maiden race, Hawaiian bred,
1-2 mile; won by llreakwatcr. Time,
:54 1-2. Purse, $100.
7 Hawaiian bred rnce, catch
weights, 3-8 mile; won by Indigo.
Time, :40. Purse, $160.
8 Free for nil, 3-4 mllo; won by
Frolic. Tlmo, 1:20. Purse, $225.
Luna ' race; won by Sweet
Time, 2:08 1-5. Purse, $50.
iniii.tinir men- w,, h' ,!
mu Purse $50 "
Each qt tho men who took part In
Iho stocr-rldlug contest was award-
ed n prlzo.
Tho roping prlzo went to Alinu of
Frank Woods" ranch, in slow time.
g n -
lWeor iinii hio i,nnrii,nvU hiu,...0-
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ed sweet sounds for tho thousands of
people "at tho Aala Park grounds,
LURUNE IN LEAD
LOS ANUELES, Calif., July 4.Whon last seen today tho yiichtu
wero sixteen miles out, tho Lurllne leading by half a mllo, Lady Maud
second, Owendolyn II. third, Hawaii fourth. '
11. r. woou receiveu Saturday
lioflolala Men Capture
Laurels In Bilo
Impromptu baseball nt Monhcau
I'ark furnished tho Sunday sport nt
llllft t A.tnclni Tim fitinnlnir inmn
'between n picked team of Honolulu
boys nnd the crack Mooheaus, rcsult-
ed In a win for the former by a score
' 3 0. For the second half of
to amusement, the Hllos defeated
tho II. A. C.'s by a score of 4-0.
The locals feel particularly proud
of their work, as their antagonists
have nine straight games out of n
possible ten to their credit so far.
I Quito n Inrge crowd; attended tho
"an games. ;uoc wonsarrni was
o nr rooter or ino occasion.
The teams In tho first game lined
up as follows:
Mooheaus John Illrd, c; Ollvlra,
p; Geo. Todd, lb; Chas. tlrcen, 2b;
Joe Tcves, 3b; Henry Sheldon, ss;
Geo. Desha, If; II. Morehcad, cf; 1)111
Honolulu Mlschl, c; Paul Duma,
p; E. Fernandez, lb; Jim Williams,
2b; Miller, 3b; A. Williams, ss;
Lcm6n, If; Kla, cf; W. Desha, rf.
BIG FOURTH ABOARD
MONGOLIA AT SEA
The P. M. S. S. Mongolia, Captain
Morton, arrived In this port this
morning from San Francisco bound
for the Orient, bringing one of tho
largest passenger lists which she has
ever had. The voyngo was inndo
noteworthy by a big Fourth of July
celebration, tho biggest over held In
tho Pacific, promoted by Jess Woods,
tho' baseball magnate.
Prize fights wcro on tho tnpls, pa
triotic Bongs wcro Bung, and tho
weary travelers pulled off their caps,
and yelled for tho elorlous Fourth
as If they had been at a rending of
llio Declaration bt Independence! nt
home In tho States.
The Mongolia came Into port a lit
tle tardily this morning. While oft
Koko and Diamond Heads, Bho was
In sight of the excursionists on tho
Mnuna Kca. The two boats docked
about the samo time.
Sho brought 337 bags of mall, and
about 200 tons of general freight for
Ono of tho longest local passenger
lists which has been seen In n long
tlmo was on tho Mongolia this morn
ing. Tcoplo returning from tho
schools nnd colleces in tho Stntcj
helped swell' tho list.
On tho trip down a Chinese coal
passer died of hemorrhago of, tho
Prominent among tho pnsscngors
who enmo In on tho his boat this
morning wero Col. Orccnc, who rep
resents 29p millions of copper prop
erty, nnd Jas. C. Harvey, a Now
York novelist, poet, and playwright,
who has a number of successful
pieces now on the American stage.
Ho Is accompanied by Mr. and Mrb.
W. M. Crcssy, lately of tlio'urphcum.
Tho Mongolia sails at 5 o'clock
this afternoon, carrying a number of
cabin and steerage passongers.
John Matks was sentenced this
mornl"B Jgo Robinson, und In
accordance with the wishes of tho
Jl"'' which recommended leniency,
ho nandet' t tho man convicted of
fnl-teallwj two years nt hard la-
1,or "J 0uhu ,rlson' "'" crlmo u
i named as larceny In tho (list degree,
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