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EVENINO BULLETIN, n)NMVLTr, T.H.; WEDNESDAY, APR. 21 v 1903
CtOTIA Ten y a& Allen County,
"" ? Kansas, fanner put his Initial on
1?rkTl'VAT lollar biU- Tllo next day he went to
v V J. the nearest town and ipent it with a
merchant. Before the year was out he got the dollar back.
Fqur timesjn six year the dollar came baok to him for
produce, and thre times he heard of it in the pooket of
Ids neighbors. The lait time he got it back was four years
ugo. Ho sent it to a mail order house. He has never' seen
that dollar since, and never will. That dollar bill will
never pay any more sohool or rood tax for him, will never
build or brighten any of the homes of the community. He
sent it entirely out of the usefulness to himself and his
neighbors. ' t 4
MOBAL: Trade at your home hardware store, when
your dollar buys most anyway, and where you may get it
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KINO 8-RHBT, PHONE 2ST.
For tho first time In the Hawaiian
Islands a Military llaseball Lcagua
has been organized and next Sunday,
April 25, there will bo a big tlmo
at tho Leaguo grounds, when tho
grand opening of this unique leaguo
Is to take place. Lieutenant A. V.
Chilton Is tho sponsor ot this league
and ho Is to bo congratulated for the
efforts he has spent In organizing It.
Following tho usual ceremonies as
Is tho custom with other leagues on
tho day of opening, tho Mllltaiy
League will have the Hawaiian band
In attendnnco and It Is also expected .
that the famous band of the Sth Cav
alry will partlcipato In tho grand
affair. Tho first ball to pass over
tho home pinto Is to bo pitched by
Colonel Schuyler, and 1'resldent A.
K. Vlerra will attempt to meet tho
horsohtda sphere with the best bat
selected from the A. J. Reach & Co.
output. This will start the Military
Ieaguo here, and In the first contest
for tho day's honors the Cth Cavalry
nine and that of the 20th Infantry
will cross bats. Tho second gamo
will bo fought out between the Na
tional Guard of Hnwutl and tho Unit
ed States Marlue team. There Is lots
of good baseball material In tlieso '
four teams and somo rent classy ball
Is oxpected. '
The odlclnls ot the League havo Is-
sued Invitations to nil tho offlceraj
and ladles ot Undo Sam's Army and
Navy stationed hero and, besides
these,, many of the public men ot our
Territorial and City governments
havo been Invited. It will bo a gala
dny and tlioso having charge of this
grand affair state that there will be
moro ladles at tho leaguo grounds
than there ever wns before
The officers of this league are: A.
K, Vlerra, president; K. L. Andrews,
secretary; and A. W. Chilton, treas
urer. Edwin Fernandez has been se
lected umpire and W. Tin Chong,
a tt x
Much Talk of a
Big Day On
Jack Scully did not lose money on
tho Marathon race, but, on tho other
hand, ho did not mako much either.
Still, ho Is satisfied with the result,
hnd has now one or two schemes on
hand that may turn out well. The
fourth of July has been mentioned
as a good dato on which to bring off
some events, and It Is prokablo that
moro will be known of the matter
Scully Is looking around for at
tractions, and will spring something
good before long. Mnrathon running
Is far from dead, as somo people seem
to Imagine, and given sufficient In
ducement men from the Coast will
be wending their way down to these
Islands before long, and then what
sort of a crowd would turn out to Bet
our local champion run ngalnst ttu
star men! And Jackson would d
well, too; ho was not pushed In tlo
latter stages of the Marathon M
Sunday, and could havo done muh
better time than 3hrs. ISmln. J)f.
course, St, Ives & Company are rin
nlng tho full distance in less tlnn
threo hours, but still plenty of Wn
nerB In Callfornlan events aro dcjng
Just about the same timo as Ngel
Let us hopo that Hawaii will bo
represented In a real big event. Vhat
sort of an advertisement would it bo
for Hawaii It wo could turn )ut a
It tt tt
Carl Oss and Lawrence Cunln will'
Bwlm 23 yards for the Y. M C. A.
championship next Saturday' after
noon at the Hotel Daths. Othr races
will probably be pulled off i(so and
an Interesting afternoonV sport
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The N. O. H. are hard it work
getting their baseball nlo into
shape for tho Military Leanie scries
and Sergeant Harry Is coaililng his
men In fine style.
Additional Sports on Bee 10
Hatters Mutt Be GentU Nowark.
N. J April 8. Tho Orangejocal union
ot tho United Sattors of forth Amer
ica and a score of Indlvliaal strikers
were enjoined today from islng threats
of violence In tho strlko against tho
hat manufacturers hero.
By Hour or iHp.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
SetreUrUt or otiitr authtr
We ruitallTM .at iob
art Mfcd to ind la a list t
nuts, Mkttwltd k t&'sm, taat
tkiy nap tt'laeludM In Wis
rairau. JuHrwm a,ll cansta
aiMtlons to' tUtf DgitlnBdl
tor, lTinlnc 11 u 1 1 1 1 a .
Apr. 25: CTlry 'vs. Fort
Apr. 25: N. . It. vs. Mar
Apr. 25: Teanr, Country
. Juno 11: Y. M. C. A.
'Varsity Club To
The Varsity Club baseball team
will try conclusions once more with,
tho Onhu College boys tomorrow aft
ernoon. The gamo will be played
on the College grounds nnd wilt
stnrt at 4:30 p. m., after the dedica
tion of the Cooke Library. The vel
crnns feel confident that they can
make the joungBtors extend them
selves this time, and n close gamo
Tho University Club will bo repre
sented by the following players: Ar
nold, c; Castle, p; Kllgore, lb; Luwr
Is, 2b; C. Cooke, 3b; Steere, ss; Wil
liamson, If; Wnterhousc, cf; It.
Cooke, rf. The College team will be
the same as for tho previous game,
and notwithstanding the Injury to
Chi Ilul's thumb ho .probably will
Dick Sullivan Is
Dick Sullivan has quit tho' boxing
gamo that Is as far as public ap
pearances go and Is to settle- down
t'o'n business life on paliu. Dick has
been, at tho fight game for some
yean now, and Is about tired ot It.
Whist not regretting his venture, In
to .ho mitt game, he realizes that
a nan cannot stick to it all his lite,
inl has consequently decided to
mike good In another sphere. Sul
livan, who now probably will resume
lib right name "Dick Sullivan" Is
oily a stage cognomen has made
god In Hawaii, and has always been
r pattern for other athletes to copy.
"Sullivan" is a straight-going,
ilean-llvlng man, and has gathered
together a lot of friends who will
stick to him in business. Whilst not
at liberty to divulge the exact nature
of Dick's hew position there are
still a few details to be arranged
It may be stated that tho billet car
ries a good salary and will be one
for which Sullivan Is exactly fitted.
He will mako a start in the new bus
iness about the end of this month
and Is assured ot the good wishes
of not only tho sports ot tho city, but
also ot the business section In his
XX XX XX
School baseball will start next Sat
urday at the Kamehameha diamond.
The first gamo will be between tho
High 8choot and Oahu College, and
should prove a 'very Interesting
match. Then tho St. Louis boys
will try conclusions with the Kame-
hamehas and another good gamo
should result. All the schools aro
practicing hard In anticipation of tho
contests and a good class ot ball
should bo put .up.
XX XX XX
There will bo a gamo of baseball
this afternoon between the Oahu
College nine and a team of Marines.
The match will bo played on tho At
kinson Park diamond and starts at
3 o'clock. The Marines, who woro
beaton by the College boys at their
last meeting, are very anxious to
nvenge their defeat, and as Hynes
will pitch for them they appear to
have a good chanco of turning tho
Fine Grass Linen mgtyl
Big Jim To Box
And so it came to pass. Jeffrlen,
after all his talk nnd notwithstand
ing his vows of never stepping Into
the ring aguin, is as good us matched
with "Dearie" Johnson. For, If the
cabled news Is coirect, Jeff lino stnt
ed that If Johnson beats Ketchol, he
good old Jim will fight the darky.
And who can doubt Daddy's ability to
knock the "block" off Stanley? Who
would !iae given Ketchel a chanco
against Tommy Uurns, whom John
son made u chopplng-block of? The
fact ot tho matter Is that Ketchel Is
not In Johnson's class, either as to
weight, science, or anything elBo. It
Is the fault of present-day promoters
that such unequal scraps are brought
off. In tho old days men fought in
their own class as regards weight,
and It was Indeed a phenomenal
fighter who took on n man In a class
Years ago a man had to have a sub
stantlal backer behind him, who was
lead)- to link good money on his
man's chances of winning. The fight.
crs themselves or their friends put
up huge stdc-wagcrs und were willing
to take n fair percentage of tho gnte
money. Nowndas a man need not
have a bean of his own money at
fctako, and so long as his "manager'
rail spring tho hot nlr In good style
to some fight promoter who thinks
tho scrap will draw', so long will wo
be treated to tho spectacle of a ISO-
pound man being matched with a
fighting machine that weighs 200
and that Is "Mlstah" Johnson.
Well, assuming that "Dcarlo" puts
an end to Kctchcl's aspirations as ro-
gurds championship honors and
sure the negro shall, unless interrupt
ed by the act of Uod, tho Queen's
enemies, or some other Insurance
Having clause then what about Dig
Jim and. Illuck Jack?
Jeff lies has been out of the ring
for over four years now, and by tho
time ho lights Johnson It will' bo al
most five jenrs. As 'regards age, Jeff
will bo 35 years of ago when the
fight takes place, whilst Johnson will
b'e almost four years younger. Ulg
Jim must havo satisfied himself that
ho can get fit and well once more,
or else he would never tako on u
tough contract llko tho negro will
Burcly prove to bo, and If Jeff Is sat
isfied that he can get Into condition,
then most people will certainly look
to him to Win.
Although tho cable announces tho
fact that the great fight will come
off In London, It appears very Im
probable that that will bo tho case.
Tho purso that tho National Sporting
Club could put up could hardly equal
tho amount that has already been of
fered by Mcintosh of Australia, and
several other promoters in the
States. The fight in all probability
will tako place on the mainland, nnd
will Burely draw tho largest "gato"
ever heard of, and that wjll bo going
some, for tho Sydney record will hav
to bo beaten,
XX XX XX
Next Saturday night n dnnrn will
be given in the Kwa social lmll liv
the April committee. It appears that
various committees aro appointed for
each month In tho year, nnd upon
different dates dances, tennls-imrtlen.
and other social events are managed
Dy tlieso committees. The April com.
mlttee consists of Mrs. Robert Lalng,
Mrs. McLean, Mrs. Klesel, Miss Kop
ko, and Messrs. Guild, Henderson,
Jenkins. Kobt. and Jas. La Inc. I.nr.
sen, Klesel, and Dr. McLoad,
Ureal preparations are being made
for tho danco. nnd the decorations
promise to be unique. Kruest Knot's
band of musicians will bn In ntttmtt.
anco. and the lively two-sten ami
dreamy waltz will lure even the mo-
mona ongaae onto tho dancing floor.
Thcso Ewa dances nro alwnysl a
great success and aulto a number
of Honolulu folk aro going out for
the April one.
On Sunday tennis will ha lndulcad
in, and somo Interesting matches are
in prospect, tho baseball nine will
Do away from homo on Sunday, as
thoy Journey to Alca to try conclU'
8lons with the other Rticnr.irrnwnrii
Ewa certainly shows thn wnlr' fnr
most plantation men to travel In tho
sporting and social lino. .
Bots and Worms Specific
These remedits not only cause the evaluation of these
troublesome pests, out iney
injury thy hare produced in the stomach ana oovrais.
Stotk may be rivon these medicines on the pasture
without handling, or while
Obtained at Leading Druggists, or
Pottie & Sons, Honolulu
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