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FA'ENINO ntJI-LETIN', HONOLULU, T. It , SATUIIDA, JUNE B, 1900.
THEY HAVE COME
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF
Tlic motorcycle that ii noted for its Simplicity. Durabili
ty, Stiingth. Power and Speed.
The economy of the motor bicycle appeals to all. Its
rost of maintenance and opeintion is so insignfkant as to
make motorcycling the most economical form of transpor
tation known today. When you stop to consider the vast
amount of recreation and pleasure obtained at such low
opeiatiiiR cost, it is not surprising that motorcycling is
steadily Raining in public favor. And when you bring
to these conditions a machine that is perfect in construc
tion, and dependable under the most severe service condi
tions, there can be lit le cause for wonder that the "B-S"
Motor Bicycle ''as Rained such a strong hold on public
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Should not be consideicd in the light of an expense, but
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JOHN SCHLEIF, Manager.
All llii' plllkla In regard to the
motorc)cle men linn been removed.
mid a most nttractlvc program linn
been nr.anged for Knmolinmehn Day,
A meeting was lielil last nlRht and
thb whole matter of macri'non an t
tllHlnneex was fixed up to the RaMn-
ruction of everybody. The greatest
t'lithiiAlusm was shown In the pro
posed race mcetliiK. nm' ni: thto
present ate pledged to do their beat
to make the affair one of the he.il
ever held nt the popular park.
The following motorcyctlts were
present nt tbo meeting: Alexnmle
I'rntt, S. II. UerKor, .1. I llerrlnl:.
V. It. Chilton mill M. C Strauss.
Mr. I'ratt, although not a raring
man, takes the gieatest Interest In w iuve watch the bull closely
tho H)ort and can be relied upon to'ir .i.v wii, i .Vii.l ti. ,,n,l,.li-,l,l,.
mi 1111 in 111s power 10 mane ine rare.! tick egg,
The ten-mile rare for twln-eylln-
iler machines cl any horse power
will bo the ttar Viru of the nftcr
i.i'iin, and 'Inii ..yint vt 1 make the
spectators' hnlr shoot sparks when
uiey see the pace that llerilek, Iler-
ner 11ml company put up on the lit
tle machines. The mile Hying start
will ulso be nn exciting race, and
It Is anticipated that all local ree-
mils will be smashed.
The truck Is In fairly good order.
and most of the fnst rldeis are confi
dent Hint they will be unn 'o knock
seioudH off every llawallhn iccord.
There nre a number of belt-driven
Secretaries or other author-
I zed representatives of clubs
are asked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, that
they may be Included la the
program. Address all commu-
nlcatlons to tho Sporting Edl-
tor, livening llulletln.
Juno C: Match.
June 6: Cooper Cup.
June 10: Kahulul Cruise.
June 11: Country Club.
Juno 11: Kaplolanl Park.
June 11: V. M. C. A.
us he has not onl pace, but a Her-
keable break us well, the sailors
he i ojiibliit't! team from the Yell-
do nnd (llenholm will be us follows:
It. Woodllcld (captain). C. I. Flint.
A. Ilallanre, A. Johnson, J. i'aul. It.
I'ayntcr, K Coutes. O. Allen, O. Mak
er, J. Smith und .1 l.oiliy. I'luy
will start at 2 o'clock, and all the
ilaeiH nie requertrd to be on the
gioiind by that time. Theie Is nn
(.liuiige in-the II. C. C. team, which
Is the same as published )esterday
In the II u I 16 tl u.
CENTRAL" GRAMMAR SCHOOL
JUNIOR SCHOOLS CHAMPIONS.
Tltn Titiitnt I ntur ti(t1nul tit unrlnu '
inacblneH In the city, and It Is pio- s m ll0W nnd tle Cent.ul Oram
piibeil to put a couple of races on m!lr School, which won llnce out of
Hie piogiam for Hint kind of wheel. , ,mir games, are the champions. Yes
This would be a good move to make u.riay the Kaahuniailu School lie-
I1S, allhllllgh the belt drivers T-l- luiilo.l I In. Piitmlinn Pipiinrntnrv litf
11 score of 11 to 3.
flrcat Interest has been shown In
the series right tbiough, und some
of the boys lire showing good form
that promises well for the future.
The captains of the thlee teams,
Sam Kahnlewal, France and Schu
tuiiu, will probably be Seen In a
higher grudo of bull next season.
The final standing of the learns Is
as follows: Central Urammai
School, won three, lost one; Kaahu
i.niui, won two and lost two; I'onn
liou I'rcpartory, won one, tost three.
not as speedy ns the chutn ones.
Borne line rnces would eventuate, anil
as long ns machines are evenly
matched, the Interest ;s Ju.it as
great ns that taken In the other nf
falis. The program for the afternoon If
uriuiiKed as follows:
i p. m. Start of the Y. M. C. A.
-0-tnllo Mnrathon race.
1:10 Stnrt or the 11-mlle blcyclo
race, free for nil
ItSSr-Start of 5-mlle 3 1-2 h. p.
or under, single cylinder.
2:0B Start of G-intte- 2 3-4 ll. p.
or under, single cylinder.
2: U, Start of 2-mllc walking
race, free for all amateurs.
2:40 Start of S-mlla 2 3-4 h. p.
or under, single cylinder.
3:05 Start of l-mlle. exhibition,;
tree for all, motor cylinder. Hying
3: 111 Start of a 2 or 3-inlle rnce
for bolt-driven machine.
The Koynl Hawaiian Hand will
j furnish the music during the after
There will be a match game ol
linKcball between the U. S. Marine
und National Guard teams. The
game will start at 2:30 p. m.
n n a
SAILORS HAVE VERY
STRONO CRICKET TEAM.
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Additional Sports on Page 7
BIG REDUCTION "
Plan To Make Uncle
Washington, April 18. It Is charged
that tbo rinnncu Committee tariff bill
will not raise revenue uuough lo run
tho Government. Very well, then, this
The sailors who are going lo try uvf?nTlrt '"""rw 1 """T ,
conclusion,, with the Honolulu '' Income. That tlm ,sltl ... o.
Cricket Club this afternoon, have lh,u , '"a ? , "f "V i
, ., , . , .. ' . , led that they will permit no revenue
announced their team for he match. , xhJ thai of ,,,
and all the men on the list are r.. , , , ,, thur flrm ue.
ported to be players of the first wa- n H ihort bniBM1 w
ter. and they will need to be to hva yo , , ,como f , (Jov.
a chance against the local stars. No mcul w1 ,,, lliat of ml. l)M
one need be afraid of not getting a , ,n uri) iirvpmi ,luy sttV, lo ct,
Fame, as. If by any chance, moroc(lt cl, (,Mwnkt,11 nn, 10 c,M.Ilht.B
than eleven players turn out the n( lt, llcOU0
extra ones will get n game for a cer- JllBt ,ott ,', w, Ue llt)Ile ,hvy wl
tuinty. even u twelve or lourteen a ()t 8Byi tluy kll0Wu bul ,hl.ru lH
"' w" '"vo " ue 1'iaycu. likely to be relrench.ne.it In the Army
1 lie iionoiuiu lenm win navo uir nml Navy uujgcta, fewer public build
ings will bo erected In county villages
tho cosl of administering the varlou"
departments of the (lovcrnment will
bo reduced mid economy wilt bo the
watchword every wliero. It will not
be pleasant news for thosa who nre on
the Government pay rolls, but It Is
likely to he a good campaign Issue
when the next I'rcslduutlnl struggle
Of course Ihcru will be, a reaction
when the talk comes of curtailing soil
surveys, free seed, harbor Improve
niunts, fo.ust work uud such: hut
economy Is the watchword and the
of the bowling for the II. C. C. und Senate Is going to show tho way.
valuable services of V. Markham,
who showed such remarkable form
for a beginner at the lant match. It
Is good to tee the new blood get
ting Into the game, and It Is to be
hoped that a number of fresh play
ers will make a stub at the game In
On paper the local team tooka a
very strong one, und the names of
1 Anderson, Morse, Iluchly, Klddca
nnd Cockburn stand out as likely tu
bo opposite largo scores on tho sheet
Cockburn will probably do most
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKXEY, Jr..
AT YON HAMM.Y0DNO OARAqE.
An endeavor Is being made to get
the Kaptd Transit to take over tho
League Baseball grounds and thus
avoid dismantling the grand stnnd
and putting an end to the career of
the good old diamond.
The trustees have sent n letter,
a ropy of which Is herewith printed,
to the league. The communication
leads as follows:
To the Honolulu llaseball League,
City. Gentlemen: The Honolulu
liaceball Trustees delre to lay be
fore you for your consideration tho
following facts, viz:
1. The Trustees, hae been In
formed by you that the, League does
not propose to play any games of
baseball this year and, we are In
formed, as a matter of fact many of
the players of the league games have
alrealy engaged to play during this
jenr with other baseball teams.
2. As you nre aware, the league
baseball grounds are under tease to
the Trustee", who are Individually
responsible for the rent, also for the
taxes, water rates. Insurance and up
keep of the premise. ,
These expenses' are accumulating
nt the rate of approximately J7f. a
month. In addition to the Indebted
ness, heretofore Incurred by the
Trustees In connection with the
bareball grounds and the league of
approximately $1,200, upon which
Indebtedness Interest Is running.
The above Indebtedness was large
ly Incurred In connection with the
payment of expenses of the Cnnt.i
Clara team, the Kelo team and the
llenrh All-American team In com
ing to and while remaining In Hon
3. The understanding between
the league and the trustees when
the trustees astumed . (he foregoing
obligations was thnt the league
Vt'opld each year play a series of
qnmes, the net proceeds of which
'were to primarily go In payment of
Ihe operation expenses In connec
tion with the grounds.
With the -stopping of playing of
baseball at the grounds the Income
ot the trustees Is entirely Insufficient
to meet the above operating ex
penses. Under these circumstances It is
necessary for an earl decision to
be arrived at between those con
lernd as to what shall be done.
Hy way of suggestion, no other
proposition having come -to the Trus
tees, wo beg to say that we propose
Th- the trustees sell the lenBe of
the giounds with improvements us.a
whole; or, If this cannot be carried
out advantageously, thnt the mater
ial In the fences, bleachers and
grandstand be sold.
That the proceeds be divided, first.
In palng off the said debt standing
against the said ifroperty,
Second, that If there nre any pro
ceeds remaining they he devoted to
paying off the respective debts of
the respective clubs forming the
Honolulu liaschall League.
Third, that If there Is any surplus I
after paying off the said debts that J
It be devoted equally between tho
four clubs constituting the league.
The foregoing proposition will
have to be subject to the approval
of the Itaptd Transit Company, the
lessors of the grounds, as the lease
is non-assignable except with their
consent, nnd the Improvements can
not be sold except by their approval,
The trustees will be glad to con
sider any other proposition which
ou or anyone interested may desire
to submit to them, but as expenses
are now accruing without any bene
fit to anyonV we ask that you give
the matter your early consideration.
At u meeting of the league tho
following resolution was passed:
"That the proposition made by
the trustees as contained In their
letter, to sell the leasehold and Im
provements ot tho Honolulu llase
ball Park, be accepted, and the trus
tees authorized, to far as the league
Is concerned, to negotiate a sale of
the same, the moneys, derived there
from to be used, first, to liquidate
any outstanding Indebtedness of the
trustees, the balance, If any, to be
turned over to the treasurer of the
league to bo distributed us liereufter
Th(s looks like the end of big lull
ul the park, and moie is the pity.
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