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EVENING miLLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1909.
THEY HAVE COME
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF
The motorcycle that is noted for its Simplicity, DurabilL
ty, Strength, Power and Speed.
The economy of the motor bicycle appeals to all. Its
coat of maintenance and operation is so insignftcant as to
make motorcycling the most economical form of transpor
tation known today. When ou stop to consider the vast
amount of recreation and pleasure obtained at such low
updating cost, it is not surprising that motorcycling is
stci-dily gaining in public favor. And when you bring
to these conditions a machine that is perfect in construc
tion, and dependable under the most sctcre service condi
tions, there can be little cam for wonder that the "It-S"
Motor Bicycle lias Bained such a strong hold on public
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To Cool and Putify the Blood.
The two Remedies arc necessary in a tropical climate. Are given
in tin fcid and water. Tor Horses that stumble or are logy and out
of soits you cannot do better than give a course of these Remedies.
II JOHN POTTIE. Hotel and Union Sts.
V i-SWW V
There was a big crowd o,ut at Fort
Bhafter jeatenluy afternoon, and the ,
hymnnslum wan a very lively sccno
for a white when Dick Sullivan i
and n man nnmed Miller went two
I minds. This Miller ia a husky J
giant and Is willing enough for nn-
filing. He strips well, too, and Is
no mutt at stopping a punch, either.
Dal Fnhy, the long-distance run
ner, had a go with the champion
after Milter got through his stunts.
and then there was some fun. Kahy
swung lefts and rights Into the place
ho thought Sullivan was, but most
times failed to connect, us the
uprightly Illchnrd would sldo step
and dodge the blow.
After a couple of rounds Dirk
passed Fully on the point, and the
tall one went down in peace. There
uns no damage done, however, and
the Marathon man was soon on tils
feet and chatting away as usual.
Al Heine Is looking after th
champion and can bo relied upon to
bring Dick into the. ring In the" best
of condition and ready to fight for
his life, to say nothing of the cham
pionship of these Islands. Jonathan
Mcfaddcn Is no longer to be seen
nround the. training camps, ha hav
ing decided to return to the simple
life, where where the short-arm Jolt
und the wicked left doth not worry,
pnd whero the gcntlo voice of the
referee whispering "One, two,
three," etc., is not heard. Hut one
thing Is certain, and that Is that
Jack will bo on deck the night of
the fight and will, for suro, wander
around the ring with a wad of chew
Ing gum in one. sldo of his classic
The Sullivan party aro very confi
dent that their man will win on July
3, nnd as the Cordcll bunch feel the
snmo way, thero should be n great
scrap at the Orpheum. . -
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II. 0. C. TO PLAY TEAM
FROM BISHOP & CO.
Secretaries or bther author-
Ized representatives of clubi
are asked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, that
they may be Included In the
program. Address all coratnu-
ntcatlons to tho Sporting Edl-
tor, K v e n I n g Bulletin.
June 27: ChlneseAlohas vs.
Palnmas vs. Fort Shatters.
June 2C: Match.
Juno 26: Mnannlua.
July 3: Bulllvan vs. Cordcll.
July 3: Sarconl vs. Terry.
July C: Team,
AT IIILO BEST EVER
SPORTS START SATURDAY,
JULY 3, AT H00LULU PARK.
Lovejoy & Co.,
P.O. Box 637 - Tel. 308
902-004: Nuuanu St., Honolulu
Horse Races and Field Events to Be
Held Big Purses Hung Up at
Prizes Marathon Race
from Nine Miles.
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Next Saturday on the Makikt
cilcket field Illshop &Co. will try
conclusions with a team from the
Honolulu Cricket Club, and a most
Interesting game Is looked forward
to by the players.
Tho bankers think now that they
hnvo won a baseball game or two
that they aro the real cheese at any
rort of gamo, and are willing to
have a go at even the Invincible II.
Illshop & Co 's team Includes qulto
a bunch of first-clans cricketers, and
such men as Cockburn, Jamleeon and
Graham will make the local team sit
up and take notice when they step
out on to the field. The Illshop
team has been selected and Is as fol
lows' Cockburn, Jnmleson, Sinclair,
llalrd, Macconcl, Graham, Gray, Mc
Intyre, Simpson, George Wnterhousa
und C. Louis.
Tills Is n strong combination and
one that will draw a hugo crowd to
the cricket ground for sure. The
H C. C. team has not yet been pick
ed, but Captain McGlll Is busy as
UMial rounding up the players and
will have the list of plajera ready
toduy or tomorrow.
8 n a
LOCAL POLO TEAM
IK GREAT FORM.
The polo match next Saturday at
I.cllehua will Jjo one of the best
played here for some time, und the
local men have selected a very strong
team to represent Honolulu.
Dr. Ilaldwin, George Dcnnlson,
John L. Fleming nnd Walter Dllllng
ham will probably be the llno-up for
tho locals, nnd they may bo rolled
upon to make the Schoeflold liar
rucks team play real polo from the
very start of tho gamo.
Tho practice on Saturday after
noon was well attended, und eight
players turned out for a game. The
general form shown was good, and
tho practice sharpened everyone up;
the ponies uro also In great form
mid are as keen as the men on the
Tho Moanulua polo field is looking
ery well nuw-a-das, and the turf
Is In first-clans condition, there be
ing quite a spring in It now. Mr.
Damon Is sparing no effort to mako
tho ground one of the best.
GOVEItNOU OP SINAL.OA DKAD
Mexico City. Julio 0. Governor
riunclsco Canejn, of tho state of
Hlnaloa, died last night in Cullucun.
.By Hour or Trip.
G. C. BeokleyiJr.
, FHOKE i89.' . ,,
The "progfartr"for theTdurth In
Hllo is a wonderfully attractive one,
and the size of the various prizes is a
credit to a small p:aco like tho rainy
How Is It that Honolulu, the cap
ital of the group, cannot even begin
to havo a decent day's sport! V
have tho population, the coin and
plenty of grounds to liold sports
meetings on, but there Is nothing
doing in the way of races or Held
sports at all.
Maybe It Is caused by tho abnor
mal amount of dancing that goes on
In this city. Perhaps the strain of
the lively two-step tells on the sports
of this town, and they would rather
rest during the das and do the owl
stunt at nights.
Well, talk docs not Improve things
end the fact remains that Hllo Is go
ing to have one glorious time, and
the "farmers" from the surrounding
districts will keep things going from
The ruces will start on Saturday,
July 3, and will be continued on
Monday, the fifth. This Is a very
ifortunate, arrangement, as Sundu)
will be Indeed a day of rest, aud no
doubt will be appreciated by the
Hllo Is a lively little burg about
tho Fourth, and Its citizens aro al
ways ready to shake thlugs up u bit
when strangers visit the city. It
anjono doubts such a statement let
him. make tho trip on the Mauna,Kca
and sample the delights of Hllo and
the surrounding districts.
The principal event of the two
days Is the Merchant's States, and
for that race live nominations l.ave
been re'.oived. A great deal of In
terest will bo taken In the runnlnfc'
of Uanonlca, tho mare which won a
raco a little time back on the coast,
nnd no doubt (If In condition) she
will run a great race.
The long-distance run from Nine
Miles, Olaa, to Hllo Is also attract
ing a lot of attention, and the Hllo
people are looking forward to seeing
Marathon Jackson and some other
stars perform. The distance to be
run Is a trifle over ten miles, and
the Honolulu contingent should
have no trouble In annexing the $85
which Is hung up for tho three plac
es. Of course there may be a dark
horse around Hllo who can put up
good time, but our men have been
training for months and have shown
what they can do.
The football match will be a differ
cnt proposition, and It Is hard to
say which team will win, as they
both have won one game, and this
will be their third meeting on the
There wilt be some goodsport In
the field events, which, us the pro
gram shows, range fioin putting the
shot to j hop, step and Jump compe
HIJunM These various events -are
very .pppulari itmong the plantation
'Hiiployfs, and each estate thinks It
Cordell Is In
Jack Cordell worked out at the
Orplfsum yesterday afternoon and
was watched by -a big bunch of
fans. His work consisted of shadow
sparring, skipping "and a couple of
bouts with Hattan and Richards.
The stout marine Is coming along
In style and Is gradually getting
back his wind, and at the same tlmo
Oxlng "little Mary" up for a con
test to a finish.
Hattan knows a good deal about
tho fight gamo, and Is at all times
willing and able to take care of him
self. He went three rounds with
Cordell and kept the middleweight
going some all the time. His block
ing was good and ho lend In excel
lent style, although at times he was
a trifle slow.
Cordell showed that he Is rapidly
getting Into tho best of form and U
both looking and feeling well, Jtrk
has a beautiful left and used it with
great effect on Rattan. His right
has an awful wallop in It, and he
is afraid to let It go In training, as,
after putting Sam to sleep last week,
he never knows how to hit light
After Rattan had bad his share
of sparring Richards camo on and
went a few rounds with Cordcll.
Richards kept boring In all tho time,
nnd Cordell had to put in that beau
tiful left of his now and again to
(stop the pocket Hercules from get
ting too close.
The fight on Saturday week Is go
ing to be a snorter from the tap of
the gong, and whilst It lasts thn-fl
will be something doing all the time
The preliminaries are not yet set
tled, as the go between 8arcont and
Terry tipn for some reason been
called off. Terry is a good little
man, and one that the public woull
like to see once more In the squarei,
circle. Sarconl, too, Is a rattling
good man for a willing scrap, and
anyone who remembers how he wad
ed Into Marathon Jacason would
like to sco him again In action.
The sale of tickets will begin soon,
and, from present appearances, It
would seem as if a tremendous
house will greet the popular Dick
4th of July
Uncle Sara furnishes the
4th- ruid we arc ready to fur
nish the fireworks.
Rockets, Pinuhecls, Crack
en. Pistols, Flower Pols, Ro
man Candles, Torpedoes,
Canes- Balloons, Flagc, Can
nons, Red Fire.
Exhibition assortments from
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yitfw iu yv.vu. x.ui;ii uuv
a complete celebration.
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There is no hit or mist about the Aerated Water
made by us. The flavoring is adjusted to the quantity
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medicines they prescribe. We will deliver to your hous,e.
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JOHN SCHLEIFF, Manager.
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We have a Large New Shipment of
Now on display. Look at our windows.
Very attractive prices.
has the best man In some brancli of
Taking It altogether, the prospect
is most pleasing, and this Fourth In
Hllo will be as good or. If possible,
better than any previous celebration,
and that will be going some sure.
The program for Monday, the
fifth, Is as follows:
1. Half-mile freo for all. l'ursc
2. Three-quarter mtle, Hawaiian
bred. Merchants' Stake. Maidens.
3. One and one-quarter mile
Merchants' Stake, free for all. Clos
ed with five nominations as follows:
U Warren, McLennon, Ilrughelll,
lohn O'Rourke and Japauese Little
Joker. Purse SHOO.
4. Mile heats, 2 In 3, free-for-all
trot or pace .owners to drive. Purse
C. Three-quarters mile Japanese,
free for all. Purse 1150.
6. Three-quarters mile, Hawaii
an breds. Purse S250.
7. Three-quarters mile, tree for
all. Purse I2S0.
8. Half mile, Japanese horses, 14
hands. Purse ISO,
9. Half mile. Cowboys. Purse
10. Mile relay race. Purse ill
Ilronco riding. Purso $20.
11. Ktve-eighths mile, free for
all. Purse $250.
Four or more to enter, three or
more to start, unless otherwise speci
fied. Entries close June 26 at C p. m,
185 King St
Soccer football game (Ouhu vs.
Hawaii), Kennedy cup and $75
Marathon race, from N'lne Miles,
Olaa (finish at track with three
laps). First prize, $50; second
prise, $25; third prize, $10.
Throwing the hammer.
Putting the shot.
Throwing the weight.
Hopv step and leap.
100-yard hurdle rare.
Halt mile race.
Mile walking race.
Formerly cutter, foj Hi P.j&oth. is
now In I charge of I. B. KEBB &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
White Cotton Cloth, 36 in. wide,
10c a yard
Ij. A.llOy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
Iron Fence ,
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Wqrfe '2
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