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BVRMINO IIULLETIN, HONOLULU, THI., WEDNESDAY. MAY 5, 1900.
3 M.A.R.S.M. 3 1-2
which you can easily see mean that we have juit re
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cle!. This ii the second shipment that .has arrived and if
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and it has been impossible to get another shipment prom
ised from factory before April 25th.
The E.-S. has mechanically operated valves; improved
double float carbureter; improved muffler, fitted with cut
out; no back pressure; frame 22" high, made of special
steel tubing; wheel base SVa inches; special B.-S. Cushion
forks; It.-S. Oiling Device', motor can be oiled by rider
while in motion with convenience, capacity 1 Qt.: gasoline
tank holds 6 quarts; battery case takes 3 dry cells of any
make; transmission: roller chain drive 6-8" pitch, indepen
dent adjustment on all chains; tires 2'i" 0. & 7,; weight,
140 pounds; speed 5 to 60 mites per hour.
Call and let us show you the latest and best in Motor
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development and output,
needs a copy of the Bulletin's
Price, ready wrapped for mailing,
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for season of 1909 among this shipment, prices from $1.00
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i Magio Album
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Beautiful Colored Film
Change of program three times a
week Monday, Wednesday, and
Fort Street and Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moving
' SUPEEIOE MACHINES.
Not an ill-smelling closed auditorium.
ADMISSION 10 and 15 CTS.
Children 5 Cents
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
Two entrances: Pauahi St, near
Week May 3rd.
THE POPULAR FAVORITES
Presenting a Repertoire of the Latest
A Woman's Secret
Friday and Saturday,
Special Bargain Matinee Saturday,
Children under ten years, 10c;
Adults, 25c; to all carts of the house.
Evening prices, 25c, 50c, 75c.
Seats now on-sale for all performances.
Ball At Aala
This afternoon at Aala Park the
Marines ana Fifth Cavalry from Lei
lehua will try conclusions on the
baseball diamond. And a very good
game It should prove, too, for both
teams are Improving every day, and
their constant practice Is beginning
to show fruit In the Improved style
of ball put up.
The Marines are playing In much
better form now-n-dayg. and since
defeating the Shatter bunch seem to
have got on to the game In fine I
style. Tho Fifth, on the other hand,'
are In no way dismayed by their de
feat at the hands of the N. a. II. last
Sunday, and mean to make a noble
effort today to place another win to
their credit. The way the various
ball games are going every mntch
makes It Impossible to say In advance
who Is going to win any given game.
If Fort Shatter were today to wipe
the floor with the Marines what sort
of a howl of Joy would go up from
the fans! Everybody except tho
Immediate friends of the MarlneH
would be delighted, for then much
more Interest would be aroused In
tho Military League series. Not but
thero Is a great deal of enthusiasm
shown at present, but quite a lot of
people seem to think that tho cham
pionship Is as good as won by the
Guards. Well, they may be right,
but quite a bunch of fans are from
Missouri, and, of course, want to be
At any rate, tho game this after
noon will be one that should stir
the barrackers up to fine efforts In
the rooting line, and as so much de
pends on the result ot the struggle,
no doubt a large number of specta
tors will travel down to Aala Park
to take In the match.
The game will start promptly on
time, and It Is to be hoped that the
official umpire will be In evidence
before tho hour tor storting. It U
weary wau out in me no i sun, ana
Is felt much more than when the
game Is In progress. The usual
bunch of officers are expected down
to ch'eer their men on in the game,
and It is wonderful tho life a little
rooting puts Into the players. Any
one who can manage to get down to
the Park this afternoon will be re
warded by seeing a good, snappy
B jj n
EXCURSION TO PEARL
HARBIOR LOOKS GOOD.
Secretaries or other author '
lied representatives ot clubs
are asked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, tint
they may be Included In the
program. Address all comma-
nlcatlons to the. Sporting Edl-
tor, Evening bulletin.
Marines vs. Fifth
HOTEL ST, opp. KEKAULIKE ST.
May 9: Pearl Harbor.
June 11: 'Y. M. C. A.
Played At Ft.
Yesterday afternoon at Fort Shatter,
Compaii) i: plaed' a double header
agalimt Cos. O and F. The F lads
won the first match by a score of 11
to C, but lost to tho Champion O bunch
by a total or 9 to 7.
Company O leads In tho Dunning
cup scries with u percentage of .833;
F Is Bi-cond with .500, 11 third .600 and
E .260 lloloun pitched good ball yes
terday for the O boys, and Is rapidly
acqurng a flno bunch of curves which
will stand him In good Rtead when ho
represents tho Fort Shatter team
against the Marines this afternoon.
Street, for tho E company, struck
out six mun una walked four In tho
game against Company (1, he, too, Ih
Improving a lot and with a llttlu more
practice should mako good In Military
Tho following was the official scoio
of thu game, lu which tho ( team won:
ah u mi sn o a
.5 1 2 1 1 0
..5 1 10 9 1
Klrtlor. cf .
Ounn, lb. ..
Howe, 3b. ..
Oongol, 2b 4
McCarthy, If 4
Ramsey, us I
Smith, rf 4
Oakley, c 3
Dolound, p 3
Treucr, rf 3 1
Chcsney, us, ...,.,4 0
Urady, lb ...4 2
Dlrd, 3b ,..4 1
Rowland, 2b 4 1
Null, c 3 0
Lewis, rf 4 0
Street, p 4 1
Preparations for tho opening cruise
ot tho yachting season are rapidly ap
proaching completion, and tho tluketu
for the boats aro going off very quick
ly. The whole affair promises to bo u
huge success, and as an opportunity
will bo provided for everybody to visit
tho Blto Of the docks and fortifications,
no doubt a largo number ot people will
avail themselves of the chance of mak
ing the flno trip down on one of tho
yachts, and then taking In the sights
as well as tho lunch and luau that Is
There Is no room on the Hawaii or
Spray left, and a largo number of
tickets have been sold for tho rest of
the yachts, Thero Ib still room on
board the Mokolll and Luka and on tho
latter craft deck chairs havo beon ur.
ranged In a very comfortable manner,
A competent caterer bus 'care of tho
kaukau department, and It Is said
that tho refreshments will be some
Such u large crowd of pcoplo has
(signified Its Intention ot taking the
trip that there Is talk of chartering an
other vessel, and judging from tho
way the tickets aro going off, this will
be a necessity In order to make sure
of getting all tho pcoplo who wUh to
go down to the rendezvous.
It will bo posslblo to return by train
from Pearl City and no doubt a num
ber of persons 111 change from boat
to rail and thus make u round trip of
AMERICANS UNPLACED St.
Ouen, April 16. The race for the
Prix Quscon here today was won by
Nash Turner's Don Quixote III. In
the Prix Vendomols, a steeplechase,
Thomas Hitchcock Jr.'s Uayonet was
unplaced and J. E. Wldvner's Ambush
n n n
MODRAY TRIAL SET Des
Moines, In., April 16. J, C. Mow
bray, alleged leader ot the band ot
fake racing and wrestling promoters,
will be tried In Council muffs nt the
September term of the federal court,
High School To
High School and dahu College will
have another tussle; at one another
this afternoon, and u most Interest
Inn and close came Is uutleltmted bv
tho supporters' ot both teams. The "uwc"' cf v3
match will start at 3:30 sharp, and
will be played on the Alexander
field. V ?,
The Highs, are at; present leading
In the iuterscholasttc series, but the
other teums ure running them close
for the honors. The Punahou ladj
have been playing well lately, but
have nothad much luck;, still they
are determined to 'make one, great
effort" this' afternoon, and -'thero is
no saying how the game will go.
The class ot bull put tup by the
schools in Hawaii Is remarkably
good, and as it is to the younger
generation we hate to look for our
future "Dig" league players, the
outlook for the game In he Islands
Is very bright. And then the mas
ters taking such Interest in the
games leads to a great amount of
rivalry, which all tends 'to make the
struggles for victory tho more keen.
The line-up ot both teams will bo
as follows: High School Hoe, cf.'i
Rice, tss.; Kewanto, rf.: Andrews,
lb.; Dowsett, 2b.; Mark, cf.; Kaulu
kou, 3b; Norton, c; McCandlcss, p.
Saint Louis Sing, (Cbong, us,;
Desha, cf.; Lowrey, 2b.; Chi Ilul, c;
Aklna, lb.; Fraser, If,; K. .Hitch
cock, 3b.; Townscnd, krf,; jiLota, p.
B 8 '
.3fi 9 10 7 27 12 5
AP.lt Ml Sll
33 7 fi G 27 13 7
J.i.l..i3 J.5 6 7 8 9
..'....0 0 4 0 20 O'S 09
Runs 0 2 1 0 2 0 2 0 07
Two-bato hltB, Null.i lloloun, Brady,
Gongol; homo run, Ounn; baso on
balls, oft lloloun 1, 'Street 6; wild pitch
Uoloun; passed hall, Oakley; sacrifice
.hits, Oongol, Ramsey, Ounn; double
play, Oongol to Rairisoy to Gtinn. Um
pire, Mann. Scorer, Wayland. Time
of game, 1 hour 40 mlnutcH.
It B B
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By Hour or, Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
Wall Cup Tennis
Tho Wall cup tennl tournament
which Is being played off on the
Deretunla courts was advanced an
other step, yesterday, .when four
matches were concluded, A large
number ot spectators visited the
courts during the afternoon, and
much Interest wus shown, in" the dif
ferent events, and the applause was
Very Impartial. The wind had
dropped during the day and trie aft
ernoon turned out to be an Ideal one
for the games.
In the first set A. J, Lowrey heat
C. R. Frailer without much trouble
to the tune of 6-1, 6-1. A closer
game was that between A. It, Cunha
and t. Hurd, which was won by the
former by a score of 7-5, 6-3. Then
W. L. Wurren put It over J. J.
Pago to the tune ot 6-1, 6-1, War
ren Is playing In great form, and It will
take a good man to prevent him get
ting a second leg In for the Wall
cup, He finished up his match yes
terday In excellent style, and the
way he volleyed and mado bis ground
strokes was much admtred.
It. I). Illetow did not have much
trouble with A. Richards In their
match and took the two sets straight
6-3, 6-2. Another match between
Macauley and II. 8.' Gray could not
be flnUhed outright, as darkness in
tervened. When the match was
abandoned each man had won a set;
Macauley took the first' 8-7, and
Gray the second 6-2. '
The tournament will bo continued
today, and the following matches
will be played: At 4:30, O. G.
llockus vs. Captain Low; at G p. m.,
It. II. llooth vs. L. J. Warren. The
unfinished match of Macauley and
Gray will also be played off, theie
,y,jsUj.bclng one fot to dcclJe.-j
Tho Kuplolani League hold a
meeting lust night and some im
portant mutters came up for consid
eration. In courtesy to the River
side League, which will soon begin
Its first Berles, the White Sox nnd
C. A. C.'s have agreed to default In
their last games In tho second ser
ies. The Aulas are now champions
of tho second scries, but the first
Berles Is not yet 'complete, owing to
various postponements and bad
Next Sunday tho C. A. S.s and
Aalas will piny at Aala Park, and It
the former team wlnB they will bo
the champions of tho first series, and
will then play the best two out of
three with the Aalas for tho full
championship of the league. Should
the Aalas win, the two will then be
tied for first place In tho first series,
and then will play one more game,
On tho other hand, should the C. A.
Cs win they will still play tho Aulas
for the final championship.
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