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SOLE AOEKTS 1'OH THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Neaping tlie End of the
Hih School Is
Beaten By Kam
Yesterday nfternoon on tlio Alex
ander Held the Kamehumelia ball
j team defeated the High School by n
I score of 4 to 2. It was u good
I game and svns witnessed by the usu
, ill ctowd (if funs, tbc weather was
nil that could be desired and the
Interest In the gnme was Intense.
I Tbc Highs scored In their third
j Inning, nnd then to the tune of
i two runs. Things looked good for
them for a while then, und It seem-
nl us If they would win. However,
the Kaiiis scored In the fourth, und
then the looting began In earnest.
Itoblnsou scored the run nfler two
men weie out. It happened this
way: Kaimilooltl flew; Joslab hit .
ii two-bagger; Robinson hit to short '
slop, who got Joslah at tblid. Hob-1
Inson getting to first safe. Mcln-'
tyru and Knllmnohcu bunted nnd
lloblmou got home safe.
The Kams scored two more In the
Inst half of the sixth, Hum putting
thcmselu's one inn ahead of their
opponents. In the seventh they
nude one more run, Mnckenzle do
ing the trick. In the eighth nnd
ninth Inning Aknnn walked ti man, '
May 22: Cavalry vt. N. 0. H.
May 24: llnndlcnp Doubles.
May 23: Irwin Cup.
May 31 : llogcy Open.
Juno It: Y. M. C. A.
The following ngtcement bnn been
signed by nil the contestants In the
Y. M. C. A. Marathon race, which
takes place on June 11:
1. To he at Knplolnnl race track
ready 'for the stnrt nt 1 p. in.
2. To conduct ourselves hoth In
nctlon and language as gentlemen.
3. To furnish our own attend
ants for the race.
4. To Instruct nnd not allow our
attendants to set paco or to keep
time of our pace, also prevent ns
much ns possible anyone from pac
ing by running or riding In or on
any sort of a lontcynncc.
R ?it tit elimitflnr ulnn rn
but struck out five, so the Knms held .,.,, ,n,rfllPO r ,',,. ,,.u
nuts to Inlerfrip In any way with
'any other contestant.
4. To abide by the decision of
the Judges, and to enter a protest
within twenty-four hours If fouled.
or on sufficient leason, making nil
writing, nddresscd, to E.
Cheap Substitutes and
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Unscrupulous dcairrs, mindful only of profit and caring"
notainjj fur the health of their patrons, are offering for
talc Jow-gratir, impure whiskey, which tliey tell you is as
' good as Dully "s."
It is a cheap concoction and fraud, intended
to deceive the people. Of course, when a
remedy hai been before the public so long, has
been prescribed and used by the best doctors
and in all the prominent hospitals, and has
carried the blessing of health into so many
thousands of homes as DutTy's Pure Malt
Whiskey has, imitations are bound to arise.
But thy can tmitatt tie bottle an J latil tnlj m
enr ran imitate lite aulenli.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is an absolutely
En re distillation of malted grain; gKat care
emg ured to have every kernel thoroughly
malted, thus destroying the germ and producing
a predicted liijuid food in the form of a malt
essence, which is the most effecllsc tonic stim
ulant and invignrator kmm n to science softened
by warmth and moisture, its payability ami
freedom from injurious substances render it so
that it can be retained by the moit sensitive
Any firm that will sell Imitation or substitution
goods wiU sell Impure goods. The firm that is
dishonest in one thing would not hesitate to be
dishonest in another. Whenever you sec imita
tion and substitution goods offered for sale by a
firm, beware of anything and everything put up
by that firm. You endanger your own life and
the lives of your family and friends by dealing
BEWARE OF FRAUDS!
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
is sold in sealed bottles only never in bulk.
A fac-simile of the genuine bottle is primed
here so that you may easily recognise it. It is
our own patented bottle round, amber colored
and with the name "Duffy Malt Whiskey
Company" blown in the glass. The trade
markthe Old Chemist's Head is on the label,
and over the cork there is an engraved paper
seal, lie certain this seal is not broken.
It is the only whiskey recognized by doctor
everywhere as a family medicine. At all drug
gists, grocers, dealers, or direct.
Wi.u consul). in, i'liyitlclun. Diirty Mult
Whiskey Co. Itnehpstor N Y.. I J S, A..
f'ir f.ce Illustrated medical booklet and
the lllgbs down, without further
The O.ihu College seems to have.
plaster tin the championship of the
Intirscholastlc series, nnd it would
tnkc u very bad run of luck to pre-
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'i" mem i.iuunufc usu I'uvijivu piaimj, in
honoi If the Kums win their next iiam
game and the Oahu College lose both 'j To"
menu, turn uie nvo leiims nnmeu
will be tied fur the premier honors.
I Should the I'unnhous win one game
Imore they will hae the champion,
I ship cinched.
I St. I.ouls College has to play tbc
teprirt nny fouling that
may come under our observation
that may be done Intentionally or
untlntcntlnlly by any othpr contest
ant, and to do so without consult
In r; anyone.
R T,i i-ii nvnr Ihn rtiiroi hnfnrti
PunaboiiH el, and on paper this f.( ,,..,, ,. .. vi,i n
l,.H A 1 " . .
looks like u lettalnty for the latter pVsilbllftles of aj,k,BS uny mslnl;e.
'earn, but It -Laid to say how any 9 To ,.,; t nm runnBR
costume consisting1 .of .half or quar-ter-ille'cvc
ahlrl, flij 'or tjloscd front
lanksI'o'f any color, .Villi, pur ullotcd
ball game will go now-n-days. as . l ..,., , , ,.,, .
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nij.iiu a...t,iiiH Million iiu,j iiiij.jifiii;.,
in all the dlnuicnt league garnet,
and teams that weie thought Invin
cible hae gone down In defeat to
nggtegntluns which were thought to
be much weaker.
The picjvnt series of school base
ball tins fo far ,'mvlileit some excel
lent g.imes, and the stauoard of bull
has Impinscd all around. Tho boys
have shown that with tho aid of
good loaches they can Improve won
del fully, nnd that the schools can
put mi n class of ball that promises
well for the future generation of
iThc standing of the teams und the
ofllclnl rem u of yesterday's gamu Is as
V. V. I'M.
'I'imabou '. 7 f .Til
'Kumehanuha 8 4 .Sou
lllub School 7 3 .428
St. I.ouls G 2 .333
AD It I1II ill) O A E
number fastened will 'not less than
four safety pins, securely to the
back of our shirts between the shoul
I 10. To finish tlio.rnce. If possi
ble, so long us It does.tiOt, endanger
1 1. To run nn extra quarter of a
mile within ten minutes .of the time
we finish the lace. In cute-wc tic for
The following runners
! I. C. A. Hroderlclt. . .tiC.3
I'. O. Schmidt Of.. 9
Harry Gorman . . .73.1
L. A. Kerr 70.fi
M. Terrolru C7.4
gCTHEVCTEB II Mi, IIUW M .
Mackenzie. If. ...4 1 1 0 2 0 u
Kittnaloplll, lb. ...3 0 U 0 9 0 II
Jutlah, .s 4 1 2 II Ii 1 1
Itobluson, 2b I 2 3 0 0 1 0
Mclntyri'. rf. 4 n 2 ft 1 n 0
Kallmnpehtl, 3b. ..3 0 2 0 0 4 1
Aknnn, p 4 II 2 U II 3 0
Ilartels, cf 3 0 I 0 1 0 it
Mlllkna, c 2 0 0 II 8 3 2
Totals 31 4 13 0 27 12 1
All It IIII SI1 O A E
John Carey C8.G
V. llutler C4.3
J. D. Cockburn 09.9
S. J. C. Ewlng cs.r.
10. M. I.cli rescu liS.r,
1 1. (!eo. Desha
12. .lou Ilonnn 09.7
II. John McCnudles
IB. T. II. St. John
1 0. A. E, Musion
IRWIN CUP RACE TO
BE SAILED SUNDAY.
The Military men nro sure tho
real thing in tho baseball line, und
they can be depended upon to keep
things going Jill the time. Tho lat
est and best news Honolulu fans
have heard for some time is that at
the Mulsh of tho present military
series a new league will be formed,
und one more team will enter for
the scries. Tho U. S. Engineers aro
the boys who have thrown down the
gauntlet to the rest of the military
men, und it Is reckoned that the
"pick nnd shovel" lads can put up
a dandy game of ball between spells
of digging nnd erecting Uncle Snm's
What with five military teams in
competition, there will be unlimited
Joy, nnd the games should prove Just
as exciting ns the present series arc
now doing. As most of the Cluatds
will have to go to the mainland for
the annual shoot, they wilt put a
substitute 100,111 In the field, and
rumor has It that this other bunch
of players Is almost as good as tbc
The new leagtio will Btart up ns
soon ns the pieseut seiles is finished,
nnd then tho fans will be treated to
some of the best ball ever seen In
Honolulu, The Interest taken in the
soldiers' games Is Increasing every
day, and regret Is being expressed
that the series is nearly pan. How
ever, no one can worry now, and
very soon the fans will be hard at
work doping up the form of the new
There Is a move on foot to post
pone the gamo tomorrow between
the -Marines and Eort Shaffer till
Sunday. It Is thought that with
the Intense Interest tli'.'t Is being
taken in the series that It would be
n pity to play a lino game on a Wed
nesday, when only a few people
could get off to watch tho game.
Therefore, although. It Is not definitely-
settled. It is very piollable
that some such arrangement will be
made. The only drawback Is that
there would nlso be n game at l.el
lehua, between the Cavalry und the
(luards, und much us ii man would
like to be In the two places at once,
It Is, unfortunately, Impossible.
Howccr, the town people want to
see ball lit home, bo everyone can
take their choice between the two
games one at Aula nnd the other
at S:holleld llarrucks. The (Ittaids
lire certainties, for the champion
ship now, but wait till the new
league, starts and watch the Engi
neers do the tilck with the rest of
On Sunday also the lnvlnclbles
will try conclusions with a basebulll
team fiom tho Japanese Tenuis
Club, und it remains to be seen how
thu racket wlctders will stack up
against Vlerru's bunch of unbeaten
134.1 IjuH fosters. Thu latter team havo
Illce. 2b 3
Hoe. If I
Clillling)orth, ss. .3
While, lb (Cth)
Kouliikou, rf. . . .
1 24 10 2
T4,-t t Ti
' u. :i lr
t5' - rnwr -wi sip L
i -" -r-x y
It is built for service,
and gives it.
Tlieo. M. Bavies &; Co.,
12 3 4 5 0 7 8
0 0 0 10 2 10
0 113 0 3 2 3
I Ilium 0 0 2 0 0 110 0 02
l II 0 0 1 0 0 1 II 0 0 2
, Twh-Imh. hll Johluh. Hoblnson;
I bato on bulls, off Akana. 5, off An-
jilrnws, 5; struck out. bv Akana, in, by
Andrews 7; e.icilflco hits. Kntuiilnplll,
Mntnlvw.. ,l.,il.l.. ..I !... r.i.ii.1
I .'. ..'.'in lutipn, siiiru, 111111111
nm iii. .iiui ii, Acnieu, wnite
r I.. Horne.
Jt i tt
I won cvety match they huvo played
so far, unit meir manager is cunu
dutit that there Is not a combina
tion business house team In the city
who can put over the Wall Nichols
It Is such good news that It must
be ieppalt.il'. The now leugue will
stint up as soou as tbc piesent feer-
i It's is nun, and one moie team, the
Next Sunday the race for tho lr- Engineers, will enter the compel!
win cup will bo sailed and ull own-.Hon. Elve tennis In nil, and all
t-rs who Intend entering for tliu , trier, too, should ptovidu u bubchali
incut arc requested to notify the sec-.ticat that will make the fans sit up
letnry of tho club before 4:3tf on and take notice. Ono thing is
Tbuisday afternoon. Mr. Neely's needed at Aala I'nrk, and that Is
telephone number Is 718, and bo some kind of old tnblo for the spurt
ean be untitled on tho handy Instill-Jug lepurters. It Is miserable dodg
mi'iit. The race will stmt piompt- lug mound, first on one foot und
ly nt 9 o'clock In thu morning, and then on the othor, holding copy pa
therii will ha no waiting for the per In one hand and trying to make
late urilvuhV to all thi.ho who In- nutcs of tho game. Any old bench,
tend to take part In the lace had or even u packing case of decent
better bo on time. A gun will IicIbIzo, would make the task of the
fired nt 8:fi5 for tho first signal, nuwsnaiier men n llttlo moro ideas-
anil tho starting gun will bo fired at
9 o'clock. All yachts whose foie
masts have crossed tho starting lino
before thu gun Is llred will be called
hack und will have to cioss the lino
Tho course for the rnco will bo as
follows: Stmt from nil lmaclniirv
Scoier, line diawn fiom thu spar buoy, at
eutranco to Honolulu Harbor, to
Think It Over, Mr. President.
tt M a
The Riverside I.caguo will hold Its
meeting tonight at tho ofllccs of A. I..
C. Atkinson. All members arc re
quested to attend as most Impoitnrtt
matters uio coining up for discussion.
The resignations of tho 1'icsldcnt and
Seciotnry Mil bo considered nnd prob
ably new ones elected.
Paddy Walsh nnd'l.ahl Knhy Imvt ' W.l.rrt ,'" ,Ilirll0ri tho Judges' boat THE SAN FRANCISCO THEATRE.
.i s. ,t . . . ' ; Will )lft 11 u u Inn tiiAt-t.-t It, i.. . ,. ii 1 . . . .
put In llielr entries for tho walkln
will act ns a lee mark; thcniu to u
laci- which Is tc bo held at Kaplnlant ""'"' l,oal unL'bored off Koko Head
iiiiK mi .iiiuo ii. Walsh Is lu good "" J"lln musi inn mound
fettlp from nil accounts nnd will mnko mark und not llbo. Thence
no oesi u uio pens stretch llielr legs mark michored olf Pearl Harbor
helm,, tin, fun .llstanco Is coicrcd. this must bo left on the stmboard
I 1. .,.!. ,1 ... .1... ,..,, I ,
...,HU, lllUDVU IU SHU UUI HUH Olll-
..,i ititiiua iiiu two. u .,A tf..n,..i.. ii...i.n
I ball foiirsnmo will Hint nt 10 o'clock
iitii!-. of 10:30. nnd two flue pilzts
havobepn provided for the event.
"Tho Chcui. liny." n rpiiroductlon of
this the llainum 4c Jlulloy show, showing
to a t" I'" "cession of elophnntB und nthei-
minimis, recK b nail itoy anil "1'lro,
I'lro," aio tho two comical films und
aio M'ty funny. Two Illustrated songs
"Just Some One" and "Alice," am on
this week and tonight Is tho prlzo
drawing. Kor novelties tho San Fran-
By Hour or Trjp.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
bo I minded to port, nnd finish at
the starting lino. In finishing, tho Cisco certainly Is going some.
lino will bo crossed In the opposite
illicctlnu to that which tho start is
made, und should tho Judges' boat
nut he. there to act us a lea uimk,
tho spar buoy must hu left not iiiom
than two bundled ymils to wind
ward: that Is, on the starboard
Formerly cutter for H. P. Roth, is
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