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EVI3NIN0 1JUI.U3TIN, IIONOI.l.'IX, T. II. TUESDAY, MAY 2."., 1003.
THEY HAVE COME
ANOTHER SIH5ME IT 0"
'iho l.iotorcvcle that i nolcil irr ,ts Simplicity. Durabili
ty. Sticntctli Power a id Sped
fiic ccoiiomk of the mo'ot bioyil: nincals to all. IU
iij't oi maintenance a d oie:.lt:o:i n so iusignlknnt as to
n,l:: irottvrvilinu; ill i.iu't economit.il fonn of transpor
tui.on known today. Whin o.i stou to consider the vast
.i nouut of icnat.ou anl plrawie obtained at such low
i u'j' ne; cost it is lijt sur,rsin.; that motorcycling is
fu'ih Gaining in i iblic rivor. And when you brinR
to t'l.sc conditions n machine that is psrfcct in construe i
tion. and dependable under the most severe service condi-'
tions. (hers can be lit !c cause for wonder that the "R-S"
Motci Eicvcb ''ai KuaeJ such a stroiiR hold on public
Call and seo our n v stock or tend for a catalogue.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
Flnil SUnd.ng of Interccholactic
Kr.inehaineha . .
It took eleven Innings to decide the
baseball game between Oalin Collogo
nnil the Kainehatiiohas .U'lterday af
ternoon, which was won liy the Col
lege liy 8 to 7. 'Klu I'uuahoiis have
played nine game In the . present
!i T 777
II I .441
!l 4 .411
!) t! .333
3UV IT TO DAY--that
J 1 r.n.rl PlonnoMo P-
fri p-ersitor and ;et ice free
(or one month. : : :
II. MACKFliLD & CO,
Limited - Hardware Department
soiles, nnil have won.
games throe iif which
ilinn nine liml:i;;r.
Tim I'untilious lost their soiond and
.third game, arter v. Inning their II rut,
I nml things looked pretty li.nl for them.
ilnwoxer llipy pulled themselves to-
!g"lher and after mine lino game
havo flnnlly won tin1 championship of
Jtnj 30. .Marines va. Cavalry.
May 3il: N. (5. II. va.
Shatters. . f
May 21: Handicap Double.
June ti: Coopei Cup.
May 29: 1'ructlep.
June 11: Y. M. C. A.
SPOUTS BY THE
LONDON, May 24. Sum Utig-
fonl of lloston, nogio pugilist,
knocked out Inn llnguo. the tww
llrltlHh heavyweight ihnniplnii, In
the fourth roiitnl of a scheduled
twenly-immt! limit liefoie Hie No
tlonal Spotting Chih tonight.
According to the onblp, S.im Lang
fortl lius plnceil one more victory lo
Ills ereilll liy ilefenlllii; Ian IIiikup
III l.nnilon. Ilagiip Is a new man at
Hie gamp, (lint Is us a profepslonal
lip lias ilotie n lot of nni.itpiir si nip
ping ami It nurprlsPH none to hear
t lint Langfonl, who is ronslilereil to
lie In the elianiplonslilp class, Kiioclc
etl Hie Ilrlllslier out. It would lake
a real good man to boat Laiigfoid,
of whom oven "Daddy" .IoIiiikoii
seems n lilt soared. l,angford Is only,
a small man as rompaieil with I. II
Artli, and everybody wonderB why
Jolinson will not takn his colored
There will be a meeting of own
ers or skippers of yachts eligible for
Yeslcrdays fcanie va a h.trd touglit. tho Cooper cup race on .luuo C, nt ,..,.. on , ,,, ,,, ,..
nut one and one that stirred Ihn fans the Commercial Club at 8 o'clock to- Jolmson leaves for lnclnii I 'to
up lu wonderful efforts In Hie rooting night. All those Interested nro re- nlllrln... nnil ,, ,,,,, ,' ',, "
line, in the ninth Inning the KrnnH quested to attend, as Hie object of ,,lnt ",'.' w"ll get there f I. iPf.i s
tied the score bv making lliree runs, the meeting Is to decide on linndl- , , ,,allror(, w, ,, " . '
Things looked serious for the College eaps for the yachts. . ' ". l ""l
,.,,,, .. Stales ngaln. Tlie Nallonnl Sport-
The tennis .loiil.Ies on the 1 ere- ,ng clul, ,,,, Blpi ,llnU.h ,,0.
lanla rourts wl I start this after- lwocl jhnM)n ,, ,Bfor,lf ,
noon, and n number of tennis enlhit- ..nnrn.. ,,n,.L,, r ,,,
B..l. ...lit .In. .1.1 ntl.it.) ,rt ...nlflll " "h"h
niUDin Will III, lltilll, fc ut.uuit in mi, v.,
the inntcbes. The prize cups, which
were presented by Messrs. nockus
and Castle, ale well worth winning,
und besides the honor of being the
victors the winning pair will bnve a
beautiful trophy to tnke home.
then, but Hip next two Innings went liy
without an error on tlio purt of the
winners. The wlnulg run was nmlo
by Taylor with nmio ilonn. He made
Hist sale, and was followed liy Uiwroy
and lloogs on free passes; all tin)
liases were full with nono down. Town
send bunted, mid Mlllkaa starled to
throw to first but changed his mind,
and rhiieked lo I he home plate. How
ever ll was too late ami Taylor slid
Tho Kams srored two runs In tho
first Inning, and Iho l'unahous failed
, to do am damage
SHHIA jj rii i J ' i , iTiE'flEflHH
Good Folks Take
If s a Good Sign
U it's painted by
The Taint Shoo.
134 King St
H. & M.
A icicnlificallv perfect mix
ture of white lend and zinc
Overcomes all deficiencies
of pure white lead.
It is the ideal material for
all classes of work. leaves a
p:rfect surface for repaint
inu; exceeds white lead fully
50 per cent in durability
and coven a greater amount
Lowers & Cooke,
177 S. Kins St. Phone 775.
MRS, ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
boys made three In their second, thus
taking the lead; then In Iho fourth I
tho Kams again came ninng with two
moro, which ngaln placed them In the
lead. In tho sixth Iho I'uuuhous
knocked up two mote and It was ditto
for them In the eighth. When tho
Kanm came up to bat tho score stood
nt 7 to 4 In fnwir of the College, and
the game looked to liu about ovor.
However, Chteliy fumbled a pitched
bull mid this allowed' tome advancing
to be done. In tho tenth both teams
went out In quick order and this also
happened to tho KnniH In tho first
part of tho eleventh. Then the I'uns
filled the bases mid an before described
Taylor made the winning run.
Hex Hitchcock pitched tho whole
game and did well; he Is a cool man
mid can not get rattled and shows ev
eiy promlto of becoming a first class
twlrler In the future.
Thero were not na many fans as
usual as tho game jesterday could mil
change tho result of tho championship,
and tho only thing at Ktako was wheth-
ed the Kams would llo with tho Saints
wltli rpirnrds In the Riverside
1,1,1 ,,le ClkK , tongue, one of the C. A. C.'s com-
njent. saying that he thought there
was no money In a tight with I.ang
ford. Now he has Iho gall to go
over to Kngland lo show In the mu
sic halls and expects to do well. If
he does not light l.nngford he will
bo dropped like a hfet potato by the
, llrltlsh sports, and will nlso bo told
been done, so ar jllg, , ,., ()f fl my m J()lm
son Is matched to light both Ketchel
and .Kaufman In the near fiiluie,
and ho will not lie nble lo stay vrry
long In Knglnnd, as he has lo rctutu
to keep his engagements.
mlttee Is out of town and could not
attend the meeting. The whole mat
ter will be Uncalled out on Thurs
day afternoon nt A. I.. C. Atkinson's
office, wlierp a meeting will be held
tt :t tt
lulu Is not hcliicn. It Is nt least an
annex to that place.
"The average Ameilcan does not
realize that in Hawaii he Is in the
United States. He should Know
IVt.jnibro about the Territory. When he
.833 !o, It will mean that thousands
.800 como where hundreds now come.
.410 "I hao visited nil of the best cll
.33.1 mates or tho world. In the past
I throe earR I lmv otfikRpil llu, phiim-
Thero wem two ginies or the Kaplo-'tor Fix times. 1 ran truthfully say
laid League on Sunday and the first, that the climate of Hawaii mme
between the IlkhljiiiM and the Told-' closely approaches the Ideal than
was, ict u 1 1 id lu a win for the former any other that I have jet dlscoveied.
by a scoro of 12 to 2. it was a lather I "I am not fumlllni enough with
one-sided game rnd the Highlands did 'great agricultural products to ills
pretty well as thej liked with tho nth- cuss tho posslhllty of growing profil
er bunch, j blily many pioducts which are now
Tho All-Hawaii defaulted tr tlio unknown here, but Judging from the
TEAMS' STANDING. I
Kaplolanl Lc:gje Standing.
Heach 'I .",
Highlands : 4
All Stars 5 2
Toklwa ti 2
And all California fruits and vege
tables in season on Friday's Alameda.
J. M. LEVY & CO.
Iteoch tujin und thoie was much ills- 'climate, I should say that all of tho
ot not. Tho IntcrBCholastlc series has jiipioliitnicnt felt by the rails., who products or Java and or the West In
been full of excitement and good Iiihi-) weie looking forwurd lo two games , dies could be raised bote to nilvun-
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
)fti(e: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Kinc St.: P. 0. Box 014.
WANT A WIRE BEDt
Honolulu Win Bed Co.
Imincn-.c no ship
ment j-st arrived. All
colors, weighta and
widths In rolls and
Hawaiian News Co.,
KOirEER PAPER HOUSE.
Wing Wo Tat & Co
9-U NUUANU ST.
The Manhattan Cafe!
ball, and sonio of tho gaiuef, have been
as good us any ball ever teen lu a
The official score or yesterday's
1 2 3 4 S ti 7 8 J 10 11
Hulls I) 3 ft 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 18
H. II 0 2 1 0 U 1 2 2 U 0 2 1U
1 2 3 4 S 0 7 8 J 10 11
Huns 2 ll 2 0 II U U (I 3 II 117
II. II 4 U 0 0 l 0 II 1 I) 0 0 G
Tluee-baso hits. Townsend I, .loslali
1; b.im on balls, off Hitchcock 4 iff
Mlllkaa G; struck out by Hitchcock i),
bv Mlllkaa 9; wild pilch. Hitchcock 1;
Mlllkaa 1; passed halls, Clio llul, Kail
iiiapehu sncilflce hits, Kmualoplll 2;
double plays, Lowiej to Aldna. Time.
1 hour 45 nilnues. Umpire, 11. ctill
llugworth. Scoier, C P. Sclimutiler.
tt t: ::
RED WHITE AND BLUES
DEFEAT P0HUKANA LADS.
dining tlio afternoon. Inge,
It Is understood that the All-Hawaii j "Geographically, Hawaii's posl
team has had a split up, and havo ie- Hon g unsurpassed uy mat of any
tired from the league. This seems n 8nm Territory or possession of tho
piiy ami u is to no unpen inai me United States or of any other coun-
mntter may bo adjusted in some friend
ly manner before tt Is too lato lu tho
season. Thero will bo u meeting at
the rerldence of John S. Sylvn tomor
row u eiilng to decide whether u new
schedule will bo arranged or continue
the schedule with four teams.
tt tt n
ALIIOLANI BOYS ARE
TOO GOOD FOR KAMS.
The Kamchiinieha second nlno got
theirs fiom tho Alllolanl boys yester
day to the tuno of 11 to J. There
was no scoring In the first Inning,
try. I consider the futuro of Ha
wall extremely biilllnnt. It has
eerythlng In Its favoi."
D. 13. I'cikins, president of the
Kagle Iron Works of Des Moines,
Iowa, Is a member of Mr. Chambei
W. M. Mcliieiuy, who Is making
ru extended tour In Hie Orient, ex
pects to I etui n home In the steam
ir whli h nriives heio July C,
Waller Dillingham of the Hawaiian
DredKlni: Com nan v will ip.icIi here
but the Kams made only one In tho Thursday, and will at once assuin.
second. Then the Alllolanl made no supervision or tho I'onrl Ilailior dredg-
less than live inns In their thlid, liiK woik, He Is a passenger on the
and the Joy was supienie. lllckard, Koiej.
In n beautiful wulloti. iuiiiIr a honip
i run In this Inning. ' "-buluetin AD3 PAY -aag
Tlieio was 11 wonderful game of T1"s put the Kulmiikl hoys In the
I...U..I...II ..I...... i .... c- i.... 1...1 .. lend, lull Ihn lfims worn not to hn
Meals and Shun Orders at All Times ,p ,.,, Wh aml , am, , uenled. and thoy lied the sco.o In
Si ?nrvcr mu'L W,tr?m ''"buktti.a boys, and tho tale, that 'e llflli by hitting up no less than
bleep. FOIV1 ST. NEAR HOTEL. ( ,1HVl. H.u,hed this office speak of a four more. lu the sixth the Kams
R. Wm. WARHAM. Prop. j marvelous match, which went no ll,l,1 ,llu Iei with one mine run,
less limn thirteen Innliiirj. nml then '"it Hie Alllolanl lads handed out
'was won by tho "Clrund old rag" flvu """' ln their hnlf of the same
bunch by n sun c of I to 3. Inning, and followed It with their
I John I'enlPio. who holds the re- !'loeiith urn In the seventh. In the
The Finest Bathing on the Beach,"1 tpouslhle position of captain of tho ;ee'Hi the Kama made lliteo more,
Meals At All Hours.
WINES. LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERUIN. Proprietor.
Ileil While and lllues, diopped Into
the II ll I 1 u t I ti olllcu and told Iho
stoiy yesterday afternoon. John,
whose head about reached the
height of tho spiitlng juan's desk.
was very proud of Hie showing the
ti (color bunch made against the
Mr. John D. Almoku Is this day i Pohukniias nml leumrked Hint next
niilliorued by me to uillcct all leuts
due rioui all lands belonging to Her
Majesty l.llluokalaul in place or J.
M llilght leslgued .
JOSL'I'll K AI3A, Sit.
Agent for II M LiliiioliUlaui
1S.1 editorial rooms 250 bun
nf cffice. Thee are the telephone
pumbers of the Bulletin office.
tlmo they meet tho scorL. will bo a
bit linger and the niaigiu a big una
In favor or tho It. W. & lis.
STODDARD DAYTC H
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Bookley, Jr.
but were still two runs behind, and
the game ended without the Alllo
nls having to go In for their ninth.
Ulckard and ilussey both mado homo
runs. Kloulu, for Alllol.inls, mado
ii trlpple, while lloyd. Kloulu, Kick
aid, Whiting und llul all mndo
lllckard pl'ched u nice game fur
tbu wlunciH, striking out eight, al
though he was lather liberal with
lllni passes l.ludsuy and Jo.se twirl
id foi tlio Ki'.nia and gave fiee tiuns
I urtution to leu between them Joe
fjiiiied four und Llinleuy two.
j The Weekly Edition of the Evening
' Bulletin gives a complete summary ot
the news of the day.
Ba e- 'a 'Ml
"The kind your grand,
Admittedly best for gen
Hotter now thuu over."
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Ruching Dutch Collars,
and all late effects, at
Whitney & Marsh
Lovejoy & GoM
P.O. Bos 637 - Tel. 308
902-904 Nuuanu St., Honolulu
New Shipment of
Steamer Trunks, Bags,
Suit Cases, Valises
Just arrived and unpacked, ready for inspection.
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KING AND BETHEL STS.
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Should not he consideied in the light of an expense, but
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brings delight to the children.
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If you want the best
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Get it at
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132 Beretauia St.
Ladies' and gents' clothes and
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month, four suits. Dyeintr and dry
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