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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUE3DAV, JULY. 28, 1908.
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Its makers have been improving and testing it for ocr
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Pabst Players Paste
The Pill Tomorrow
At the Park
Tomoirow out- of the games of tho
ronton Is on at Hasouall Park. Tho
l'o8 from the JlllwauUco have dem
onstrated that they can piny the na
tloiml gnmo some,
thnn nny sailor team which hns ever
hit the Cross-Honda of tho Pacific,
And thcro Is not a fan in the city
who hns not had ocular nnd other
cvldcnco thnt the boys flora the
Prune Cel.tcr arc all there with tho
liorsehlilf iimi willow suck, wnen
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Milnnul.ce nnd Santa (Jlnra ciasn,
the shock of mighty battle will rend
the atmosphere, and Pnbst's beor
will How In streams upon the gory
mo game mis uecn arr.-u.u " '
special mid-week nttrnctlon, and to
gUo Jnck a chance to show what ho
can do with tho regular mainland
This is probably to be the last
chnncc which the local ball-players
will h.ne to sco the Mllwuukco play
ers In action.
Mllwaukccs Daniels, p; Kort, oj
Kite, lb; Tlghe, 2b; Perry, nb;
Stooks, es; McKernnn, If; Secgar, cf;
Santa Claras Kilburn. p; M.
Sharer, c; Droderick, lb: I.amn, 2b;
Ilyrncs, 3b; A. Shafcr, ss; Peters, If;
Kennedy, cf; Snlberg, rf.
Game called nt 4 p. m.; llert llow
cr handles the Indicator.
BERT B0WER"HAV"BEAK .
INTO IDE GAMES MAID
llert Uower, for somo jcars the of
ficial umplio of the Honolulu H.ibc
ball League, but only lately resigned .
from tho post, will probably be seen I
In a Diamond Head uniform in the
next gumo wnicn the Jewels put up.
Ho has been out .working with this
team, and Manager Fernandez talks
ns it he Intends to give llert n berth.
Tho ex-umpire has been trying for an
outneld position, and has shown that
he hns not ct forgotten the points
m mo greai American game, aim
that ho can play soma baseball when
he gct3 down to the pace.
Incidentally, the tact that Charlie
Albright has consented to try
llvely borth of umpire, precludes the
possibility, for the present season, It
seems, that ho will play with the
Jowols. He was working with them,
and would probably have soon been
out on tho diamond In uniform had
tho umpire's Job not como In first.
Fernandez Is rustling for men, as
the losa of Evers will be sadly reltWtii tho most powerful engines over
by tho Sparklers ns soon ns tho trl- r,t into a small vessel. They nro
nnglo terlcs Is over, and Sing Chong turbines developing 30,000 horsepow-
is no moro at nucrty to piay wan
It Is sUited that tho Williams trio
has quit tho Saints, and Manugci
Fernandez has his oyes on them. In
this case, he has his peepers on n
very vnluablo asset, ns Jlmmto Wil
liams Is one of the classiest men In
tho local game; Johnnie can certain
ly wing 'em over the diamond; and i
Alf. plns nn exceedingly consistent
fielding game, though a trifle weak
with tho stick.
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Hart ls a clever boy on the mound.
He lus n snappy delivery, free from
much preliminary wind, and tan i
dish up a south-paw cross-fire which
hns the batter guessing. He nlso
hns tho knnck of holding men to the
bases. Ho nnd Duma aro an acquisi
tion of u llfotlmo for tho Puns.
II II II
The Santa Claras and tho Jowols
may play n series for the best two In
tlueo games. Tho collegians seem a
mite too strong for most of tho other
local teams, tho Punahous oxecpted.
And even tho Puns hnvo learned to
loso out to the men from the Jesuit
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Tho clutngo of orders hy which tho
Mllwuukco sails Saturday morning
Instead of Sunday, disarranged all
the plans of tho League, ns tho cruis
er team was to have been used to
help with the Saturday card. '
Tho Santa Claia players will piob
ably stay ntor until tho 11th, before
leaving for the Coast.
II. II. MrKonzIo, mnnnger of tho
Santn Clara baseball team. Is an nd
mlicr of the rugby gnma, nnd thinks
Hint Hawaii ought to hnvo n team
to l'o to tho Const, wheio the gnmu'
la now plajud at tho unlveisltlcs, '
Al. Davis Can't OetjSteere Resigns; Umpire
Match Here This
Al Dals seems doomed to disap
pointment. He will not this trip lie
seen in a local ring, unless tho un
foreseen happens. In fact. It Is doulil-
fill If nnv ,if tho lfw.nl tirnmntpm. whrmn
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0f this sort, would now entertain nnv
1-UU1ICI UUWU 10 11H.VODHI 111 1 ttlUllbt
proposition for holding a boxing
Tho fact Hint the Milwaukco will
(all a day earlier than expected makes
It all the less probablo thnt any sort
of a sporting crowd could bo Rotten to-
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BOthor to teo a bout. Without a good
sprinkling of the sailors In tho audi-
ence,' there would bo little In it for
anyone, and like many another good
thing, per so, it will probably go tho
I route to oblivion.
I Still, It Is expected that the
waukco WM ,, ,ack hero In tho fall,
nt whch mo t ls Ilopo(, by Bomo of
the fans that tho pugs of this ship will
get matches here, and this boy Davis
will again bo seen.
KM TO 10
Tho Kclo University lull-plnyera
will wind up their season In theso
Islands by tnkliv; a trip to llllo, in
accordance with n reauest of tho
Japanese of that place that they ho
I allowed to sco the men from their
own touvti) In action against the
cracks of the Illg Island.
Moohcau Park will probably see
somo hot guinea In thnt ense, as tho
Hllo teams can go n little, nnd seem
about as strong, from (lata of com
parison available. Still, tho men of
tho umbrella town will have to bo
up and doing every minute to stay on
tho bonrd with this nine.
I llllo Is quite a Japanese center of
population, a fact which will make it
somewhat pleasant for the Kclos
while they arc there.
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The finale of tho entertainment
which hns been given the visiting
jachumpn was been last evening. In
,,.. clven nt tho Moana Hotel
unUcr tB nuBI)ces of the Hawaiian
Yncht Cllub. Tho affair was a great
eUtccss,,and a nttlng end for the very
cnjojuble" tlino which tho visitors
lmve ucn shown here.
FASTEST SHIP AFLOAT
LONDON. Kng.. July lfi. There
hns Just, left Cnmniell & Lairds' Bhlp-
jai,l nt lllrkcnhe.id for a speed tcbt
on tho Clydo what Is believed to ho
tho fastest craft la tho world. It is
tho Swift, officially described ns an
oic.in-golng torpedo-boat destroyer,
,ut its real function ls to destroyers.
To enable her to overhaul theio
speedy vessels tho Swift Is equipped
cr, Tho fuel sho uses is oil, of
which sho carries ISO tons. It Is pio-
ilklcd In the forthcoming trial sho Is
likely to mako 39 knots. .
Tho Hawaiian band will bo hoard
this evening at Thomas Square at 7:30
March "Tho Gun Flro" (new).. Heed
Ov i-i lure "Summjrtlino" Hlggo
Intermezzo 'Tho Toddy Hears'
Pltnlc" (new) riratton
"Henilnlsccnccs of Verdi" ...Golfrcy
Vocal HawilHn Sings...ail. by Berger
Selection "Old Folks at Homo"..
"Tho Klnict Petrel" (nott) ... Tobnnl
Waltz "Ilcmemb'-aiico". . Waldteufel
"Tho Star Spangled llanner."
" John Brown's' Body."
We bought a jolly Victor in the "easy-payment" way.
We never missed tho money and there's noth
more tc pay.
Other Joja may vanish
And the fun goes marching on.
y, glory to tho Victor
hlning In our
Among our precious treasures 'tis a
While the fun goes marching on.
ionic in aim see us nooui mo
Job Causes Some
The troubles.of tho Umpire go mer
rily on, nnd the end Is not yet. The
Honolulu Unscball'Leaguo Is finding
It hard to fill up tho gap which was
left by the resignation of llert Dower.
Albright and Stcere did satlsfactoiy
work at the last week-end, but ns
soon as the ordeal was over, Stcere,
not ovon with tho mnrk of a soda
water bottle on his face, handed In
his resignation, which was formally
accepted at the meeting of the
League held yesterday nt noon.
This leaves Charles on tho Job
alone. Kddle Fernandez and Pat
Olcason were appointed about a week
ago a committee to pick nn umpire.
Eddie has wearied of tho Job, and
has passed it up to Pat. And now
the manager of the Saints ls looking
for nn honest man, nnd ono who can
Incidentally handle tho Indicator.
Tho feature of the gamo which Is
on tomorrow between the Milwaukee
nnd Santa Claras, from the stand
point of human Interest, at least, Is
tho fact that both teams petitioned
to have llert Uower umpiro tho
If will bo recalled that llert re
signed from his post as umpire only
two weeks ago, on account of a large,
healthy kick nnd threats of boycott
and other signs of discontent whlchj
the Japanese fan colony showed on
tho Btrength of a decision which
they chose to think was handed out
to them in n spirit of guile.
Lemon's decision Sunday put the
cruisers sky-high, and they have fall
en back on llert.
Hut with this business ho Is
through, probnbly from personal
choice. Ho stated for the Hullo-
1 1 n nt the tlmo of his resignation
that he had contemplated the step for
Lomo time, nnd took it with due
And, by the way, Albright is out
side all the plllkla. He Is making
good and keeping quiet.
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PEOIIIA, 111., July 11. A new
world's record was set In the great
western races yesterday, when High
ball, dilvcn by Gcers, went the sec
ond heat in the free-for-all trot in
2:0.13-4, the fastest mile ever trot
ted hy a gelding, and equaling Sweet
Mario's record for a second- heat,
made In 1907.
Highball did tho quarter in :29,
the half In 1:00 flat and tho three
quarters In 1:30 3-4. He won the
raco In straight hats.
Copa do Ora, a California horse,
driven hy Durfce, won tho 2:07 pneo
In straight heats.
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An Knstcrn wit has slammed n re
port of a baseball gamo published In
a Honolulu morning paper.
WHY m DOESN'T .
miii win mm
Tho Gans-Nolson fight which was to
havo been among tho events of tho
season, at Ely, Nevada, was called olf
becnusQ Promoter " Tox Rlckard
thought ho wan gains to lose money.
Thcro woro all s'orts of reasons. The
town of Ely, Nevada, did not choose
to havo Its name sullied with such an
affair, and made things unpleasant;
(ho Inhabitants looked on the project
with Jaundiced eyes; nnd a counter at
traction was on at Goldflold, which
would havo drawn eomo from tho big
crowd. All thlngB tnken Into consld
eri'tlon, It was thought bettor to post-
poiio uungH ior ino iiiuu ueiug,
but tho Victor's come
simple evening picture
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
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UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS '
The Rosenberg Clothing
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during this sale. We have some more of the stock and it's
yonrs for little money. ; ' ,
Clothing, Shirts, Hats, 'C
Boots and Shoes
EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS.
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