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Varsity Club And
At four o'clock thla afternoon, on.
the lower I'unahou field, the Marines
nnd 'Varsity Club will try conclu
sions on the baseball diamond. Tlio
veterans have got together a very
strong team, and feel confident that
they will be able today to hand tbti
Marines what the Lellehua bunch
were unable to tin last Wednesday,
viz., a good drubbing.
Well, that may be, but the 'Varsi
ty team will have to play real good
ball to put It over the boys from the
seaside, who are playing In fine form
Just now. If Qlbson pitches for the
Marines there will be something
doing sure before the veterans pile
up many runs. The Marines have
a very strong team now, and Intend
malting a strong effort to win the
championship of the Military Lcaguo
The 'Varsity team for this after
noon's game Is nlso one of the best
that they have put In the field for n
long time, and a really good game
should be the result of the meeting
of the two teams. The line-up of
both teams will be bb follows: 'Var
sity Club Campbell, c; llabbltt,
p.; Kllgore, lb; I.ewls, 2b; Steele,
ss; Cooke, 3b; Casle, If; Watcrhousc,
cf; Spencer, rf. Marines Ander
son, c; Olbson or Hlnes, p; Wlntcis,
lb; Davis, 2b; Hayes, ss; Makln,
3b; Knight, If; Coll. cf; (Jaw, rf.
The game will start ut 4 o'clock
sharp, and a large bunch of fans
Is expected to turn out to the mach.
Illl-O. May C. A meeting of the
Fourth of Judy Committee wus' held
on Saturday afternoon, when the
program was outlined as follows:.
Floral Parade under (tic, direction
of Captain Fetter.
Juvenile Sxrtn at Mooheau Purtc.
In charge of E. E. Illctiurds.
Literary Exercises at Mooheau
Park, presided over by E. N. Holmes.
AT TUB HACK TRACK.
Athletic Sports, In charge of K.
Anderson of Papalkou. ,
Horse Itaces: Merchants' Stake
of 11,600 purse, free for alt, 1 1-1
miles, purse to winner. Nomination
fee, )S0; entrance fee, S1D0.
Merchants' Stako for Hawaiian
Ilreds. Purse $500, free to all. En
tranco fee, $80; four to enter; three
to start; horses must never have
wo na publl trace; weight for age.
Other horse ruces are being ar
ranged, but the details have not
been definitely decided. There muy
also be a baseball game and some
Secretaries or other author-
lied representatives of clubs
are asked to send In a list' Of
events, scheduled by them. Unit
they may be Included In the
program. Address all commu-
nlcatlonslo the Sporting Edl-
tor, Evening 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
N. O A. vs. Fort
May ?'. Tansan.
May St' I'earl Harbor.
June II;' Y. II. C. A.
Today at 2 o'clock the sale of ticket
for the yacht f rulse will close and ev
eryone who wants to ko had butter trot
around and sectlro a tag because there
will be nothing dolus after the before
mentioned hour. All the accommoda
tions on most of Ihu boats huvu buor,
sold out, but still there Is a little room
on one or two of the craft, but this Is S
expected -to be disponed of some time
Tim oullng promises to be u most en'
joyuble tine, and the scene on the dock
at the start will be a very animated
one. Tho fleet will Ball at 10 o'clock,
and uicryono had better be on the
spot at 8:30 tu'be sure of not missing
the 'bus, Tho Mokolll and I.uka will
leave at 10 sharp, and will bu fol'owed
by the rest of (he boats; the run down
will not take long and between 12 and
1 o'clock the hncgry! bunch should' bo
'satisfying the Inner man.
After'lurich the .Mokolll will make a.
trip around Pearl Harbdr, and all who
wish can make the voyage. The start
back to town will be made as .soon
after 3, o'clock as possible-, and every
one should' be landed In good time for
tho evening meal.. All the yacht mem
bers are requested to be at the wharf
by 9 o'clock In ardor to- give a hand
with jhalrs and 'fixings which have to
bo put on board the Luka.
All that Is now wanted Is a fine
breeze und u flowing sea and then
there will be something doing for sure
In the K-u-r-iHt lino of fish entertain
ment. Yeave, Ho, my heartlesl Ycavo
n n n
Archie Itobertson Is In receipt of
a letter from Dashwood, who was In
this city with the big team of base
ball players, and In the screed the
writer 'states that Dick Heptcr was
looking good and that all the boys
were pulling for him. neuter was
then with Joe Nelson's bunch of ball
luggers, and, according to Dashwood,
wns looking and feeling well.
In a chatty letter Dashwood com
mented about things In general, and
amongst other things said that, ha
thought Harney Joy roollsh in not
going over to the mainland, as ha
stoou a goou cnance or making a
uume far himself. Dashwood al
ludes to Honolulu In very kindly
terms, and Is evidently in love with
our Eden. He may potislbly take a
run down some day und renew tho
many friendships that, he made on
his former visit.
Ilcyond this letter from Dashwood
very little Is known of lleuter's
movements, and the local fans nro
wondering how he Is getting on. It
Is to be hoped that Dick does not get
homesick beforo he has given the
mainland a fair trial, and that In
the long run he makes good.
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Great Britain's Navy
And Her Colonies
London Correspondent of Montreal
Paper Writes of Question That Is
Stirring: British Citizens As Never
Before l "'I
OIIDEKS RECEIVED TO EMPLOY
UNION MEN Fort Smith, Arlc.
April 23. Judge J. V. Hourland Is-1 Tne Country Club Is looking Its
sued an order In court here yester- best Just now, nnd golf Is booming
day that Is probably without prece- amongst the members. Tomorrow
dent. In appointing n. A. Young ro-'the Tniisan tournament will be play
celver for the Hiawatha Smokeless ed, and a big turn-out of players is
Coal Company at Coaldale. Ark., he 'expected; Austin White and Simpson
uiuciru iiiui me receiver emnloy
none but union men In the mine or
SEIZE CI11CUS HUFFET CAIt
Los Angeles, April 22. An adjunct
of tho Sells Floto circus, which
would prove a boon to "dry" counties,
was put out of business today when
tho police raided the circus train
have a leg In for this cup, and the
play all around will be keen to try
nnd stop one of the two aguln cap
turing the trophy.
On Sunday, May IE, there will be
a great day at the Club when the
members will hold u chowder and
musical evening. This function
promises to be the event of the sea-
'son In golfing circles, and ns the eve-
conflscatod $2,000 worth of liquor In nlngs are so delightful now no doubt
the buffet car uml arrested the bar 'a huge crowd of members will at
tender on a charge of selling without tend. The arrangements will be per
a llcente. feet, and the musical portion of tho
,....,.. T . evening will be unique. All mom-
NATIONAL CONVENTION OF Y. bers who Intend rolling up to the en-
W. C. A. St. Paul, Minn., April 22. tertnlnment nrn renin.t,l i Infnrn,
Delegates to the national biennial Mr. Armstrong before this day week,
convention of the Young Women's These Country Club affairs are al-
Christian Association nre arriving, ways most enjoyable and are looked
It was expected thnt 1,000 would be forward1 to by the member's and their
in attendance ueroro the convention friends. A bus will mit nt uanul
closes. This ufternoon the meeting fro irithe car line to ..the' Club houso
was uevoieu to organisation. and. will bo on duty all day.
At Aaia Park
Tomorrow afternoon the N. O. II.
and Fort Shatter teams will play ball
at Aala Park, und no doubl the usual
big crowd of fans will roll up to watcu
the game. Although the Guards aro
considered the strongest team In the.
competition, thero Is no telling what
may happen wheu the two teams meet.
After seeing the way the pertalntlos
on paper bavu been beaten In the In
teracholastlc series. It is hard to say
what cannot be done to the. favorites
sometimes by a team wbioh -la -considered
to bu weaker than their oppon
ents. x- .
One thing Is sure, and that Is it
won't be from wnnt of tr)ing If tho
Shorter bunch go down In defeat. They
are going to make a noble try tomor
row to stop the' victorious march of
Barry's Deauts, and what sort of a
howl of delight would go up If the
Shatters did manage to defeat tho
Guards? And a real booaL.lt would
give tho series If It did.' como to pass,
for then tho rest o'f'tho teams would
buck up, and a keen strugg'lo for first
placo take, place. Not Jhat.the gamos
are not Keenly fought on nor but cv
eryono seems to think that tho Guards
hare a mortgage on tho championship,
and It would bo a good thing If tho ul
timate result of tho series wbro a llttla
more In doubt. '
The game will start at 3:30 o'clock,
and will bo precededby u game be
tween the C. A. Cs. and Aalas for tlio
championship of the fjfit sorles. This
match wil lbo a good duo too and both
teams ire out after the'cliuinploniihlp
with both hands and feet.
The speclnl representative of the
Montreal Star, resident In London,
writes as follows:
. The Navy, the Navy, always the
Navy! At this moment you cannot
get public men In England to talk of
anything else. It Is the one theme In
the lobbies of tho House of Commons,
In the clubs, nnd even In the suburb
an Tube trains. Those who were
present In the Commons when It wus
disclosed how nearly Germany Is
creeping up to the llrltlsh naval
standard tell me thnt the Impression
was profound. It was the sort of
Impression one can believe to have
existed when the newB crept In that
NaK)leon was marsbulllng his men
on the heights of Uoulogne for his
projected Invasion of England n hun
dred odd years ugo, As Mr. McKen
na, First lxird of the Admiralty,
showed In his clear, concise way how
Germany had outdistanced llrltlxli
official expectations by tho actual
number of ships she was building
and the speed at which she tould
turn out fresh ships how In fact
Germany had quietly been knocking
the stuffing out of the Englishman's
comfortable belief that his naval pro
gram would continue to keep htm
strong enough on the sea to take In
hand any two foreign owcrs with n
broad margin to spare when, 1 say,
Mr. McKcnna developed this posi
tion point after point, not n single
cheer awaited him, nothing but
grim, dogged silence. Tho Econo
mists their opponents call them
Little Englanders among whom Is
to be found Mr. Allen llaker, of Ca
nadian birth, who last week was cry
ing out against Increased naval ex
penditure of any kind, had not a
word to say. Mr. llalfour, In the
most solemn of tones, added to the
Impression of crisis, und Mr. Asqtilth,
as Prime Minister, carried the feel
ing even further. No sooner had he
sat down than members Of all' parties' Money, M. P
from the Commonwealth, nnd alto
gether apart from the usual nnval
subsidy. Thereupon I lime heard su
pc(flclally minded people ask. "Will
Canada do less?'' Hut what Is over
looked Is the fundamental factor that
there Is no question at the present
crisis of money. The IIMHsH Gov
ernment can get all the tnntioy It
needs for nil the Dreadnoughts It
can possibly want to build. The real
difficulty Is two-fold the hesitation
of the Little Engtnnder, nnd a doubt
ns to shipbuilding rapacity. It a
regular automatic shipbuilding pro
gram had been maintained In this
country, the great shipbuilding yards
would have been kept up to their
fullest rapacity both ns regards
equipment nnd skilled men, but the
advent of the present Ministry de
stroyed that continuity of Kiltcy.
with the result that It Is gravely
doubted whether eight DieadnoiighU
could be built In England (luring tho
next two years, even If the Ministry
were to decide upon them. You can
not maintain ten power tiy spurts.
Tho only policy for England, In tho
face of the German challenge, Is the
policy of two llrltlsh keels for every
German keel. Every shipbuilding
yard would then know what was re
quired of It, and thero would no long
er be a moment's hesitation as to
Englund's permanent supremacy on
the seas. The gift of a Dreadnought
by Australia, Canada or uny other
llrltlsh community overseas Is, In tho
clrcumstntices, neither hero nor
there, except ns an evidence of readi
ness to "do somethlnc."
That England can afford whatever
money Is necessary to maintain her
sea supremacy Is obvious enough to
anyone who studies comparative fig
ures of national Income nnd untlonaL
expenditure. Here, for Instance, Is n
little table prepared by the 'chief
Ministerial authority,' Mr. Chlozzu-
n u n
By the Hour or Trip
Gr. C. BECKLEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-Y0UNO OAHAOE. PHONE 180.
Final of Tejinis
To Be Placed
The Wall Cup tennis finals will be
played on this afternoon on the
Ueretanta courts, and some hue
games should be witnessed by those
lucky enough to bo prosont. After
noon tea will be dispensed by the
lady members of the club, and all
lovers of tennis are Invited to pay
a visit to the courts.
Only one match was played yes
terday afternoon, and that was be
tween A. It. Cunha and A, J. Low
rey. The former won three sets
straight out of five, the score going
as follows, G-2, 6-4, 7-5. It was a
good game to watch, and the play
at times was brilliant, Cunha'u
strokes being -well timed and placed.
This afternoon two' matches will
be. played,' ono belonging to the semi
finals, and the other being tho final.
At 2 o'clock E. S. acq and V. L.
Witrren will play their match In the
seml-llnal. This game was scheduled
stu bot played yesterday; but Mr. Gee
.was unuuie to uo. on time, i no com
mittee, not wishing to do Mr. Gee
any Injustice, consented to his
match with Warren being played
early this atternoon. Tho winner
of the Gee-Warren' match will ploy
A. It. Cunhu for tie Anal, and u
most exciting -gamo Is looked for
ward to whether It be Gee-Cunha or
iWarreu-Cunha, All the men are
I playing in great form, and the games
'should be a treat to watch.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
NATIONAL INCOME AND NATION
AL EXPENDlTUItK CON-
Fiscal Yrs. National
March 31. (Gross.)
1899 . 118,000.000
1909 . ISO, 000,000
nocked Into the lobbies und gave
vent to their feelings In eager debat
lngs. 'In no stnse, however, was the
feeling one of panic, and panic Is the
last word to apply to the Impression
that at this moment Is spreading
over England. Hather it Is one of
grim bull-dog determination to see
this buslnestf through whatever bo
tho cost. The "pence ut any price"
party are left high and dry. Most of
tho Imperialist! content themselves
with the formula, "Trust the Govern
ment," but tho Unionists ns ono man,
and with them not u few Imperialist
ic Ministerialists, declare unhesitat
ingly "For every new German
Dreadnought England must put down
two," "Two keels to one" Is a po
litical formula of deadly power upon
every political platform In this coun
try. Hut can llrltaln afford this high
handed naval policy? Sir John Co-
lomb, who It will be remembered
was Sir. Charles Tupper's most for
midable enemy In thu critical career
of the Imperial Federation league,
proclaims loudly that England can
not nlona bear this terrific naval
burden. This Is the way he puts the
point In conversation: "This navy
exists for the protection of the com
merce of the Emplro ns a whole. Un
der Its shelter Canada, New Zealand,
Australia and South Africa live In se
curity, und their trado threads the
seas vlthout thought of attack, but
now the burden Is really so heavy
that It Is becoming a matter for
grave misgiving whether the resourc
es of the Empire can provldo for the
naval obligations of the whole.."
Of course wo know that what Blr
John Colcomb would like would be n
cash contribution to the Imperial
Navy from each colony proportionate
to Its population and national wealth.
He has never realized tho spirit of
'Sir Gilbert Parker takes up the
theme In another way. Ho himself
believes In one, navy for tho whole
Empire and In n scpernte contribu
tion to that navy, but at the same
tlmo ho sees what Sir John Colcomb
does not sen, thnt no democratic com
munity can agreo to set down money
for some one else to expend. "We
must therefore," he says, "make up
our minds to accept the Inevitable re
sult of tho growth of national feeling
In our oversea dominions, and en
courage them to build their small
navies so as to bring those nnvles Into
strategical co-ordination with our
own," Hut the fight with Germany
will bo a fight on tho North 'Sea, not
on the shores of Canada or Austral
asia, nnd If Germany wins on tho
North Sea, good-bye to. the Ilrltlsli
This morning the pulso otthe Eng
lishman has been stirred by messag
es from Melbourne' Indicating that n
largo and Influential body of Austral
asians favor the presentation to Hrit- Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
niu of a Drcndnou6ht as a freo gift Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
Inc'eii 38.00P.000 JC ' 202,000,000
In. pc. 32.2 341.
There Is one factor of which Mr.
Chlozza-Moncy takes no account, viz.,
tho Increase In tho Income tax be
tween 1899 nnd 190". Tho nmoiuu
contributed to the Treasury In thlt
way by the great tax-bearing sectlm.
of tho community rose from IS 1-t
millions sterling to 33 millions Bter
ling, or over 80 per cent, so that tin
margin upon which the Treasury can
fall back In momenta of national
crisis has been considerably trenched
iitKin In recent yearn, lint for all thui
there Is' unquestionably n huge un
touched reservoir of national wealth
to meet national necessities.
This question of possible Canadian
assistance to the Empire In a mo
ment of naval crisis Is carried a step
further today by Mr. Harold F. Vy-'
utt, one of the Joint founders of the
Imperial Maritime League. He re-.
peats tho suggestions no made when
touring through Canada In 1902-3,
namely, the creation of n nnval re- .
serve to bo "formed out of the hardy,'
maritime population of tho St, Lavj'S
rence, of Nova Scotia, New nrunf
wlck, and Prince Edward Island.
These regions, he Bays, "constitute
nlmost the only part of tho whole
llrltlsh realm where a maritime pap
ulation still flourishes nnd where tho
Instincts and habits of the sea uro
found. There are not less than CO,
000 hardy fishermen, somo of tho best
boatmen In tho world, who Inhabit
tho shores of thu roglon named, and
of Newfoundland. Something, but
only a very little, has already been
done In this direction, but It would bo
easy at comparatively smalt cxpenso
to form a bory of 10,000 men at
least, who should recelvo UalnlnK
enough to act as n most valuable re
serve to the Koyal Navy In the event
AS IT APPEARS
'A little nonsenso now nnd then
Is relished by the best of men."
8o from these lines It would ap
pear That thoso who ut ull nnneenso
And curl jlie lip. no matter when.
Are plaint) nut the best of men. ,
Tllnnk books of all sorts, ledgers,
itc, manufactured by tho Bulletla
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