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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 08, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.,H., THUnSDAY, APR. 8, 1900.
Don't Miss This Treat
OPERA HOUSE, Saturday, April 10
POLLARD'S NO. I CO.
Scats on sale at Bergstrom Music Co., 25c, 50c, 75o
with spikes, suitable for a MARATHON BACE when
it is run on a grass track. Do not try any other, as on
grass you will slip back one foot while you are running
three, and the runner with spikes will beat you with ease.
We also have a fine lot of
Running Pants and Shirts
Also keep in stook RUBDOWN and everything else
needed for a MARATHON. Come in and look over our stock.
E. 0. HALL &
DYES will bring abundant pleasure to the little folks.
We have them in endless variety shades and figured
Benson Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
Call up your Dealer for a Case
siJ esa l ' jia--. u ill msm
and in bottle at
Best Bock Beer
Saint Louis Is
At Aala Park yesterday aflernoon
tho Murine baseball team defeated
llio St. Louis College boys by a scoro
of -I to 1. It was a fine game right
through. Illnes pitched a good line
of ball and the Collego boys could
only score one run off him. Pedro
was In tho box for the College at the
start of tho game but Hill Esplnda
Inter on took tho pitcher's Btand. Tho
chnngo wus for tho better, ns lCsplmla
held tho Marines down woll.
Tho rooting was Immense and the
Collego 1)0 s certainly did strlvo to
nchlevo victory witty all their well
known vim and determination. The
Collego youths were up against a
grown-up team, however, and have
cuuso to bo elated at doing as well
us they ddl, Ilaseball has caught on
finely at tho College, and tho St.
Louts toam shows every sign of do
ing much better work In tho future,
now thut they are taking Such a great
Interest li tho game. The teachers
arc very enthusiastic about the show
ing made by their boys, nnd aro
boosting tho game heart nnd soul.
There Is some very promising mnto
rial ut the College and It only needs
a little time and patience to turn out
some first-class men at the gamo.
n n n
I'olo is on the boom at Lcllehua
from all accounts; the ponies from
the Coast are turning out In fine con
dition and nre showing great apti
tude for the game. Tho polo ground
Is rapidly being put Into shape, and
already some good games have been
playod. The- Army men aro much
Interested In the gamo and are look
Inir forward to the iluv thev will
input tlln Oilllll mill Mnnl m,n nn flit,
Hold of "battle."
Tho Maul teum, which last August
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Apr. 11: Walnlua vs. Alca.
Apr. 11: Kwa vs. Walanae.
Apr. 11: Stnrllnes vs. Paclf-
Apr. 2B: Cavalry vs. Tort
Apr. 2G: N. O. II. vs. Mur-
Apr. IS: League diounds.
Apr. 26: Team.
nt Puuneno defeated tho Honolulu
four by n score of 17 to 4, Is a very
strong ono and should make tho Ar
my team buck up n lot. Tlien tho
local men, Including In their ranks
such sterling plajers us Dillingham,
Castle, Shingle, nnd others, will un
doubtedly put up a strong fight to
carry off tho much-coveted cham
Taking It altogether, the pros
pects rbr exciting polo In tho near
futuro look very bright, and tho ad
vent of the Lellehua players has
given tho game an Impetus which
will boost polo sky-high.
Big Ball Boom
Thopt is something doing at last In
lllg League ball. A meeting has been
called for 4:15 this afternoon, mid It
will bo hold In Frank Thompson's of
fice. This Is good uewH to hear, and
everyone will bo glad that theru Is n
prospect of tho big games bolng plnycd
timing tho coming season. No doubt
tho meeting will bo well uttondod nnd
By Hour or Trip,
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
PHONE 100; '
every bar in Honolulu
The Dunning Cup Bcrlcs nt lrt
Shatter Is now in tho second stnge.
(Yesterday afternoon Company G beat
Company II by a scoro of 8 to 3.
Green and La Fltto were tho battory
for tho II boys, and Ilolun and ICIst
ler nctcd In tho same capacity for
Company G. Ilolun Is a good man
with tho sphere, nnd put some fine
curves over tho pluto. The cxcltu
ment was great and n big crowd A
soldiers attended tho gamu. Tho G
team Is now oven with Company V
with n pcrccntngo of 1,000, whilst
Companies II and H huve, so far, not
won a game. Still, tho series is lu
Its infancy yet, and there Is plenty
of time for tho tnll-end teams to pull
up,1 nnd, ns tho plncrs themselves'
nro determined to 'do so, tho lending
teams had better look to their laur
els. The. line-up wus:
Company G Klstlcr, c; Ilolun, pi
Gail, lb; Gonglo, 2b; Itowc, 3b; Ham
sey, bs; McCarthy, If; Smith, rf;
Company II Green, c; Ia Kltto,
p; McCall ,1b; Lemon, 2b; Shlpp, ss;
Durand, 3b; Biles, If; Marly, cf; Hill,
a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a r
that somo dcflulto arrangement will
bu made Is tho Opinion of those in "tho
know." Senator Chllllngwoith can bo
idled upon to attend tho meeting, and
let somo light In upon tho subject (if
tho coming bull season.
It Is to bu hoped thut a movo Is mudo
to quickly establish tho fact, onco anil
for nil, that Dig Unigue bill Is fur
from moribund In Huwnll. Tho pros
pects aro that tho big games will boom
as soon ns n start Is made, nnd that
certainly Is the wish of thu generul
public. Tho bnll ground Is In good
bhnpo now nnd the gross Is flue nnd
green. Tho short spell fiom bnll pomes
has given tho oug growth a clianc;
to mako good, and tho consequence Is
that tho diamond looks like a well kept
tenuis coin t.
Additional Sports on Page 10
Brewing & Malting
Bots and Worms Specific
These remedies not only cause the evacuation of these
troublesome pests, but they destroy theru and clean up the
injury they have produced in the stomach and bowels.
Stock may be given these medicinal on the pasture
without handling, or while at work.
Obtained at leading Druggists, ur '
Pottie & Sons, Honolulu
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
Fine Grass Linen Whatia)
YEE CHAN & CO., King and Bethel Sts. 1
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