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nVKNIKO TUJLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., WEDNESDAY. JULY S, 1908.
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Baseball Bulletin's Page Of Racing v
Boxing Q "p f T) rp Q Wrestling
Boating O ST J XV 1 O Rowing
EDITED BY FREDERICK B, MOORE
Scully Returning From
i2 ss . : ,
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Sustaining a healthy condition of foot
and for the cuie of Knnkcr,
Thrash, and Foul Feet.
Sprains, Strains, Shoulder and Ten
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horse is in daily work.
Leading Druggists Keep Them.
TELEPHONE 1189. POTTIE & SONS HONOLULU
Ily the Alnmcil.i, when she arrives
nt tlits week-end, will return JncU
Scully, the local boxing iiroinoter.
Jack lias boon to the Coist, looking
for mutches to hold white the l'leet;ls
hero, lie hns his ejes sUlnnod for
both boxers anil wrestlers, nnd It Is
thought probable that lie will be suc
cessful In putting some competent
111:111 on thn 111 11 1 with Sillor Itobcrts.
In this (itKo ho will lin 11 ilruw-
Ing.mid wo. tit while
1 tt'lion lie left for the Coast, Scully
iinnouiiUMl his Intention of looking
up tlio bust boxers of tho I'lect, with
n vfow of having them signed to so
In the ling nt Independence llnll as
coon 11s the get 011 tho ground.
He hits nulti- n number of Hie Ho
nolulu fistic tnlcnt nirv.-iil) on Ills
t. iittltifr fxitil A.iinnff 'ilium lila limit
ijip,' acquisition Is certulnly Voung Nel-
4 son, who lougm n t-roiinii nuiw
here recently with KnlTcrt) or the
USB Al.ibniiin lie nlso hns thu
seniles of Kid Heine, .loo Cnhriil,
Wnhll.uil, Young Shuikoy, nnd oth
ers who have put up g.11110 scraps In
the local ling
Tuns nic anxiously awaiting Jack's
return In order to get details of his
LOCAL BOYS MAKE
Alfred Castle Tells Of
Alfred Castle, who lias Just return
ed from Ilnrvnrd, wltcro ho hns been
uithef prominent us an athlete, hns
Interesting nicounts for his friends
of tho cniecr of his ulmu muter in
nthlctlts this cnr, tspeclnllj In row
ing and baseball.
Ho gives n dctnlleil account of thd
recent boat lines. In which Harvard
carried off honois. in the arslty 8-
oircd race. HarMiid took tho lead
f" J'! ":irJ -Ipinteirdlng. UiiJav
'""; "" ',,',, """'" " able-. It will have tho appropriate
the end of tho mile. Harvard led by 1 ., . -.,, , ,
.... , . ., 11 . 1 eiinmel. Tho medal for second place
2 seconds, at the end of tho mile nnd , ... . . , ,, ,,, ,,
tt nun iiui linn i;i u; 1 Dvvwius wv
Medals And Cup For
- Fleet Track Meet
, Are Offered
A meeting was held jesterday nft
ernoon of the l'leet Sub-Conimltteo
on Trad; nnd l'lcld Sports, at which
somo of the Inst necessary details
were IJnnllj tied up. ,
Tho most interesting business
transacted was in connection with
the medals and prizes to bo offered.
Thn meet Is to bo n strictly nmuteur
affair, with mcdnli for the men who
tukc first, second, nnd third, In nil of
tho eents, nnd with a silver cup for
the indhrdiml maklnc thu most
points during tho day. All tho med
nls will ho In tho design of the Ha
waiian coat-of-nrms. Tho medal for
first place will bo of gold, or gold
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and .berry preserve at the lowest prices in the Islands.
FRESH SEASON'S CHUTNEY, POHA AND QUAVA
JELLY NOV ON HAND.
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
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flKI NEW OFFICERS:
The Knl11nt.111.10le Ilnseball League
met last ccnlug with President A.
K. Vlcrrn In tho chair. Tho follov
ing repicsentnthcs were piejcnl: IZ.
S Kong, representing the C. A. C.'s;
Ho Tong, Chinese Alohas; M. T. Mar
ihall, Jl., Twilights; K. Sadnjasu,
lapanciie A. C; M Gomes, Kunl.is;
I. K. Notlcy, Honolulu White Sox.
Under unfinished business tho elec
tion of treiisuier look plnco. M. T.
.Marshall, Jr, was elected to tho of
fice. Tho Chnlr nppolnted the following
officers, nil of whom were appiocd
b) the League; IMwIn rernuudcz,
uiuplic; V. T. Hnposo, scorer; and
William I'icstldge, league manager.
1M. has icitiilnly won 11 reputation
for his honesty of decisions nnd has
gained great favor with the members
ol the league, wl)o hold him high in
Tho sen lees of Win. T. Itnposo,
tho uccur.ite scorer, who would do
himself proud In the biggest Icaguo
on the coast, woro gladly mailed.
Mi. Itnposo has sencd the league In
tho past as lcc president.
Ono of the merry fixtures of Anln
Park, William 1'iestldgo, known in
bascballdom ns "Oh. 1)111." is tho
league's new acquisition ns manager.
Hill hns on many occasions given tho
Ijojs a helping hand In earning out
the program at the park and has ac
cepted tho office out of true sports
manship and loe of baseball.
Tho following amendment was
adopted! "Should, however, n team
decide mil to sign two winter lenguo
plnjeis, it may substlttlto In their
place two Riverside plajeis, thereby
allqnlng any team, so desiring, not
moro than fho Hhorslders."
The fceabon will nut begin until
late In November on account of tho
postponed games of tho Rlvcrsldo
John Notley acted as secretary for
Paddy It) an hns been appointed
cliulim.in of the Committee on Box
ing, Wioztllng, and Tug-of-War foi
Autos and Carriages
Schuman Carriage Co.,
'FOUR COOKER SPANIELS. Thar
ouhbred puppies; can be seen at the
jVcterinarv Infirmary of
A. R. Rowat, O.V.S.
tho two mill s by T seconds, nnd nt
tho two nnd ono-half miles by 10 sec
onds, or 11 little over threo lengths.
Then Uijswcld, Yule's stroke, collaps
ed, rind Yale dropped out, Hnrvaid
TJils, ovor n handicap caused by
the removal of one man from tho vnr
slty ciow mid one from tho I -oared
crew about a week before the mccs,
b) the faculty, 011 account of pobr
standing In studies.
The -t-o.ired event, Ynlo won by
two lengths Paul Withlngton of this
city rowed '.', on the 'varsity 4-oar
crow. Tho Harvard fieshnien won
the 8-oared event by three lengths,
with Lothrop Withlngton rowing 5.
Tho Harvard freshics nlso won tho
4-oaied event, mid the graduates'
In baseball, Yale and Harvard op
ened hostilities nt New Haven, Cam
bridge, Juno 18th, tho gnmo result
ing in a win for tho Cardinals by a
scoro of G to 1. In tho return match
at New Haven, on tho 23rd, with
Tnft as, u (Spectator, tho Rlls took a
brace, and gqobc-egged tho men from
Massachusetts, b n bcoro of 3 to 0.
Harvard vvon the deciding gnmo nt
New York,on tho 28th, b) a score of
9 to r.
This Is the 14th tic which these
kcliools havo plned off, mid tho 11th
vvhkli Harvard has won.
Wallace Cooper Is the fastest man
on tho freshman swimming team nt
Hun aril, and both tho Withlngton
bo j s nre making good In this line,
Paul being considered ns fast ns any
University man In tho Bast for the
SO, 100, and 220-nrd events.
Castle has himself been coaching
the batteries of the vaislty ball team
for tome time, and foi this reason
111 ty not bo seen In locnl ball until he
hns had n good chance to rest.
Speaking of tho future, he saja
that Harvard hns challenged Cam
luldgo to row there In tho early part
of September if tho challenge Is ac
The Harvard ciew defeated both
Annnpnlls and Cornell in preliminary
races this ear.
The largest photograph of Its sort
which hns ever been shown In Hono
lulu Is now on exhibition In tho win
dows of the I) u 1 1 e 1 1 11 ollke. It Is
n picture of n scone in a gnmo played
between Hnrvnrd and Yalo nt Cam
bridge, Mass, June 19th. Tho play-
eis mid tho Immense crowd aro shown
to advantngc, and tho size of tho
plctuio enables ono to foim n vory
clear notion of tho niituro nnd spirit
of the occasion. It Is 7 inches in
length; a unique spoiling cut in Ho
nolulu. u n
WHITNEY fe MARSH
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C. H. BEHN
Every citizen of Honolulu should
take Immediate steps to free his prem.
Ises from rats, the primary cause 'of
the dreaded bubonic plague
Ute a reliable poison like Stearns
Electric Rat and Roach Paste, which
can be depended upon to drive the
rats out of the house to die, and clear
the premises of the deadly vermin.
Nearly all druggists now have
Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste,
and a 25c box Is usually all that Is
needed, as It will kill off the rats In an
average house In a tingle night. For
barns, warehouces, etc., it Ic better to
buy a dollar box which contains eight
times as much as the 25c size.
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UVQIUI1D OIIUUIU UGl VU WUTK ( -.- - -- ..............
once In the fight for sanitary eondl- mobile- rating prize. Tvvomen wero
tlons. 'killed during the long joufnc).
The mcdnl. mado of Trench gold
nnd sphngottl bronze, offered by the
Kuenn Point Fishing and Frivolity
CI11I , to'the member making the larg
est catch, and to bcconio the property
of the member winning it three
times, ias won July Fourth, 190S,
li i.ea Austin. ,
) a a u
ISoBton Nat lo mil Club and Pitts
burg hnvo traded Cy Youngs, Thero
me threo pitchers In tho big leagues
bj tho, name of Cy Young. "Old Cy"
could not be bought from the llobton
American Club for his weight In
it tt :i
Tho Starlights lend In the Seaside
tt t: tt
GERMAN CAR WON
niHPPn, July 7. The Gorman
car vvon tho Now Yoik-to-I'urls uuto-
tho thlid place will be of bronze
This meet Is to bo hold nt 1:30
o'clock on the afternoon of Satin day,
the lSth. at the Itovs' Field.
Jt was decided .to nsk the Incen
tive Cdmiultteo to decorate the Held
on the occasion of this meet. It was
also decided last evening that n lit
tle more money Is needed for the pur
pose of properly conducting tho
Tho events which will be hold were
delci mined on ns follows: HO-jard
dash, 100-ard dash, 220-vard dash,
440-jard dash, SSO-jard run, 17C0-
ard run, 120-)nrd high hurdles, IC
pound shot-put, 16-pound hammer
throw, high jump, broad Jump, pole
vault, Back race, and grcised-pole
Tho points will be R for first plnce,
3 for second, and 1 for third, as is
A committee composed of Stanley
Livingston nnd Eddie Fcinundez vvus
appointed to select officials. Dr. K.
H. Hand, K. II. Arnold, and James
Thompson nra a committee In charge
of the programs, entries, and adver
tising. N. Fernnndez, E. II. Illanch
ard, end En' Sue Pong hnvo charge of
putting tho track Into shnpe, nnd
providing frco lemonade for tho
Word hns been received from tho
athletic ofllcer of tho Fleet that men
from tho ships will enter the track
mid field sports. In San Francisco,
In fact, the Fleet hnd a good number
of entries in every event.
Tho news that tho traik is to be
put Into condition is welcome to ev
er) one who has been out working on
it. In places It Is'us soft us a sand
neap, and in other places It is bo
hard nnd intigh that it goes hard
with tho feet and calves of the runners.
Thero was tonio discussion last
evening of n half-mile relay, but
this whs not definitely decided, ns It
vvus thought tli3 Flcot would havo a
hnid time In picking a tcprcsenta-
tivo team fiom such a largo number
!l II II
At tho meeting of captains of tho
teams entered for tho great tug-of-
war contents to bo held nt the Mid
way, Chas. II. Wilson was chosen iib
The following tug-of-wnr tcarrs
have ontered n contest which Is for 11
large purse and for tho champion
ship of .the Hawaiian Islands:
Honolulu (Hawaiian), Captain
Hawaii (Hawaiian), Captain Cos
ta. Portuguese (Portuguese), Captain
Huehue (Hawaiian), Cantnln Ko
lllnul. Poolas (Hawaiian), Captain Kn-ahanul.
Japanese (Japanese), Captain Ono.
O, It, &'!,. Co. (colored men), Cap
Aloha (Sailor Iloberts and mur
ines), Captain Kleininc.
Each of the above eight tcani3 will
pull evciy othci team, making seven
p'iills for each team.
Tho series of tho contests starts on
Saturday night, July llth, ut 7:30
p, in , when the O. n. & h. Co. team
will pull against tho Japanese team,
ami tho Honolulu team will pull
against tho Poolas. On Monday
night, July 13th, tho Poitugueso
team will pull against tho Aloha, mid
the Hawaii team will pull against tho
Tug-of-war Is creating great Intoi
cst among the spoits. Tho Hawaii
team hnvo been champions for several
cars. The other teams ontorcd 111 0
teams of mon who havo been caio
f ill ly chosen by their captains with
tho tole purpose of defeating tho Ha
waii team. Saturday night's pull Is
for blood nnd thero will bo 11 crowded
house, as tho admission is only 25
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Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Statement of Condition, June 30, 1908
Cash on hand and In
bunks $ 82,730.73
Ilonds n, 000. 00
Stocks nnd other Invest
ments -:.... 2CM40.17
Mortgages seemed by real
Loans demand and time 283,554. S5
Furnlturo mid flxtuies.. 6,352,72
Accrued Interest receiv
Other assets , 14,913.7!)
507? Ptld In SI 00,000 00
llabllltj ...100,000 00
Undivided profits 10,923.10
Trust anil agency ac
counts 3 J 1,582 II
Other liabilities 5S2 19
1 1 Hi, USD 5t
Territory of Hawaii, County of Oaliu.
I, A. N. Campbell, Trensurci of tho Henry Wntoihouso Trust Co , Ltd .
do solemnly swear that tho above statement is true 'to tlio belt of my
knowledge and bollef.
, A. N. CAMPllELIi. Tron-nuei-.
Subscribed nnd swoin to befom mo this 30th (lay oi Wio, IOCS,
JOHN (lUILD, '
Nojnry Public, Flist Judicial Circuit.
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