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KVKNINO HMM.KT1N. .HONOLULU, T, II.. WUDNKHOAT, JUNK 30, '03
THEY HAVE COME
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF
4th of July
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tation known today. When yoa stop to consider the vast
amount of recreation and pleasure obtained at such low
operating cast, it is n t sunming that motorcycling is
steadily gaining in p :blic favor. And when you bring
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tions, there can be lit le cause for wonder that the "R-S"
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These two Remedies arc necessary in a tropical climate. Arc given
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H. JOHN POTTIE. Hotel and Union Sts.
A Guide To
Eat Properly; Sleep Properly;
EAT as much as you can.
SLEEP as much as you can
DRINK RAINIER BEER
Rainier Bottling Works
The License Commission
Trias no objection to people selling our SODA Sundays or
any other day. The old town can't go dry so long as this
law is in effect. Ask for Consolidated Soda at all Restaur
ants or order a case for home.
Theie Ik n boom III polo for mire,
mill the liitrxl development In Hint
n leiim Irani the UnueiUly uiun win
lme .1 go nt the 1'lfth Cavalry on
l!ip M oiui a I mi field In the near fit-
The mntili Inst Saturday was tlio
cuitsc of ii lot of Interest being ex
1 1 Hell In Hie great game, nnd steps
'were nt mil." tuken to lime n team
,nf pliocrs who did not take part In
H.itunlikv h struggle organized nnu
icady to hac a tussle with the Cav
alr. Tlio team the University Club could
turn out, although not brine as
Mrong as the one which placd last
week, would put up a remarkably
line game and could be relied upon
lo glvo the Fifth a hard go over tlio
Theic weio several men standing
down last Sat unlay who would give
a Rood exhibition of tho klnR of
Riinies, nnd at the Rame tlmo provide
a most Interesting nfternoon's sport.
The Cavalry team are not dismayed
over the rciult of their Initial game,
and are practicing hard every after
noon, and Rindually are working up
a combination team play that will
make a great difference In their
form tlit next time they meet a
liiinrh of Oahu players.
Several new players arc looking
aiound for ponies, and as a likely
one can now mid ngaln lie picked up
(.heap, there Is no doubt that quite
n number or young rcnows 01 aver
age position In life will have n try
at the game before long.
And there Is nothing much to
bother a man onec lie can ride a nag
ilcrrnllv fnr n man with a nulck eye
'and strong wrist can easily pick up
the game. Why, Krumbhnrr, one of
Iht best players who used to play for
Maul, never rode n horse till he
jrntnp to these Islands, and yet 10
I watch him at work one would think
he had been raised on a Qutensland
rattle station where they never al
hide, to acres always hundreds of
C. C. Krumbhaar was a dandy all
round sport, and was Just as much
at home on a tennis court as on a
polo pony. Ills departure' from
these Islands Is much regretted, and
all who knew him wish him good
luck back in his old stamping
grounds around Louisiana,
No word has been received from
Maul lately with reference to polo,'
but It Is hoped that the usual In
terlsland match will come off latger
. hi the year.
Even without tho services of
'Krumbhaar, the Maul team would
be strong and should give tho Oahu
I bunch ii hard go before tho match
was pau. Frank llaldwlu and ins
brother arc dandy players, and aro
as keen about a good bit of horso
flch ns anjonc; their mounts aro al
ways the best that con be obtained,
snd without doubt they play the
game fur all It Is worth.
:: n a
To Start on
Iwa crrck soon after daylight. They
will then enter the bay and drop an
rhor oil IJic hotel, Therr Is deep wa
ter and a good anchorage well up to
"Immediately on dropping anchor
nil yHchts will dress ship nnd wait
to bpihI boats ashtire until after tin
fiagshlp, Hawaii II, has sent a boat
"Sunday will be spent at llalclwa
end the return will be started early
All the yachts will take part In
the cruise, and a most cnjojable time
should be had by ever) one. A large
crowd of people will make the trip
down by water and it Is expected
that quite a number will take the
train to tho llalclwa Hotel on Suu-
a m n
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd. ,
JOHN SCIILEIFF, Manager.
The new Athletic Park' Is being
got ready and will be formally open
ed on July 1. when tho Oahu Dasc
ball League will begin Its teHcs of
games. Great preparations have
been mado for the opening day, anil
It Is expected that the grandstand
will be completed and the bleachers
ready by that date.
The Park should fill a long-felt
want, as, besides a baseball diamond,
there will bo a half-mile track for
running foot and bicycle races.
There Is also talk of establishing a
chute, and that In Itself Should bo
a thing of Joy forever. More fun
can be got out of a bunch of girls
and fellows during a dlvo down a thousand Inhabitant
chuto than anything else in me
world of amusement.
The people behind the new park
have formed a company known as
the Hawaiian Athletic Association,
and the following officers of the com
pany have been elected: President,
W. II. Harris; vice president, B A.
Douthltt; treasurer, C. Hartlotti
sccrctitr). A V. Gear; auditor, Fred
Harrison. Will Doulhltt win ue
general manager of the company,
and as he has had a lot of experience.
In that line of work should Just
about nil the bill to a T.
Douthltt Is no stranger, In Honolu
lu, having been here for half a dozen
visits before; In fact he has almost
earned th title of kaniaalna now.
He has managed for some big people
In his time, nnd has covered a large
amount .of territory In his travels.
The amusement park Idea Is a
good one, and one that Should boom
from tho sturt The grounds have
been leased for a long time, and a
lot of work has already been done
to fit the park up In proper style. A
nine-foot fence will surround tho
grounds, and the management In
tend leaving no steps untaken to
make the resort tho most popular In
There will be baseball games on
Saturdays and Sundays, and other
sports meetings' will bo brought off
at Intervals. Iatcr on the grounds
will be lit with electric lights anil
carnivals will be held there. Night
bicycle races would draw well, and
the roolor, cycle -men .would, probably
be glad to race for decent trophies.
a a a
PRINCIPALS IN BIO
FIQHT IN 0000 FORK.
The jaclit crutso to Haleiwa,
which btarts on Saturday ccnlng
Are lo be
The fccbcmc mooted by Charlie Hart
well to boost rowing In this city de
scries the support of all the athletes
who have a drop of red blood In tliclt
a tins. For rowing, which at one time
was the premier Hport in theso Islands
has slowly but purely died out an J
now-a-day there Is nothing doing In
one of the cleanest ami healthiest
sports of modern times. . ,
We have an Idoal hhect of Rater a I
Pearl Harbor tor rowing ruces mil
a good prugram of races should (Iran
a big crond to the peninsula. In 1906
the UnUerslty Club and the Elks held
a rcgelta at Pearl Harbor and the da)
was a great success. Since then there
has been nothing doing In tho Micll
game and the more Is tho pity for
rowing should be Indulged In all the
jcar round here.
Tlicro la an nbundanco of good row
ing material among our jonngor men
and there are enough shells to mako a
start with any old time. Tlio Uni
versity Club can enslly get a good
crow together, and thcu It would be
up to the Healanls and Myrtle clubs
to put crows Into boats and have, a go
at tho 'Varsity men.
Hartwcll, Harold Dillingham and
Tom King aro very keen about the Idea
of a, revival In rowing, and It behooves
all ho are Interested In tho fine old
sport to get in touch uith any of the
above-named gentlemen, nhn v. Ill only
be too glad lo do all In their power
to glvo tlio sport a boost.
Why every little town of a couple of
In Australia hru
a boat club, and In some of the river
towns the rowers have to fight against
shortage of water In tho streams and
for months tho outrigger remain Idle,
only to como out when the river rises
sumcicntly to float them. And some
real good oarsmen thoso little vintages
have turned out. Head this list of
rowers who got their first practice on
Inland streams In the buck: blocks of
Australia: nil) Beach, Laycock,
Scarlc, Htanbtiry, Kemp, Towns and
Arnst, who at one time or another have
been champions of the world the last
named Is the present champion.
Who knows what we might turn out
In tho way of champions In Hawaii,
whero we labor under no disadvant
ages, and where tha climate Is simply
Ideal for training; and what sort of a
boost would It be for our dear little
group If .one of our nicn turned out to
be a world-beater. Now then you row
ers and ould-bo oarsmen, get together
and hold a meeting at which the whole
question could bo threshed out' aud an
effort made to put rowing hero It be
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8TANDINO OF THE CLUBS.
I uaak- rA ' SLR
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Uncle Sam furnishes the
4th- and we are ready to fur
nish the fireworks.
Rockets, Pinwheels, Crack
en, Pistols, Flower Pots, Ro
man Candles, Torpedoes,
Canes Balloons, Flage, Can
nons, Red Fire,
Exhibition assortments from
$3.50 to $20 00. Each one
a complete celebration.
Wall, Nichols Co.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Wc have a Large New Shipment of
Now on display. Look at our windows.
Very attractive prices.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
MEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ 176-190 KINO STREET
New York .....20
St. Loul 23
Jack Cordell ran up a big colored
policeman yesterday 1n rtho roped
at G:30 o'clock, promises to be ono of arena. Jack was not asked to come
the moat pleasant feuturcs of the Quietly" to tho police station, bs
seuson so far. Commodore Wilder this was another kind of meeting, In
! ..ni i n,o f,,n,,-inr. nniirn which the cop bad to take all tho
NEW SHIPMENT OF
STANDING DESKS FLAT TOP DESKS
ROLL TOR DESKS SANITARY DESKS
On Salo by
Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
with reference to tho outing: ,stousli that waa coming, iwinom
"The yacht Hawaii II lll tako without druwlng his club,
part lu tho scheduled ciulbo lo Ha-1 Xordell Is In flno 'condition, and
lelwa". sturtlnc at fi o'clock next Uic policeman was In excellent
Saturday evening. Julv 3. All mem- to". " rca billing go was seen by
bors of the Yacht Club ho wish to the tans. Jack blocked In great
tako part In tho cruise aro welcome t)le d lucd his right more than
to go and to take their friends If he haa duno for a long time. Now
they will make known their wish In llni' "B'lln ' wou,u ''P 'n a lo,t
good time. that made the big man grunt und the
"All those going on the cruise will tpectators jell their approval,
be expected to pay their pro rata Sullivan is Just topping off his
share of the cxpeiifces for food, etc. condition nnd yesterday took on a
It Is cxpiessly asked that those who new man named lulton, who cer-
Intend to take purt In this cruise talnly put In homo fine work on. tho
will notify the commodoic at their ccnlul nichurd. Although they
ery earliest ppsslble convonlcnro. ,"!)' went tw rounds, thoy were
"The yacht Hawaii llwlll be very willing ones, and the spar was
alongside the wharf at the foot of watched with groat.Tntcrcst by .a
Port street on Saturday afternoon big crrod of fans, who, us usual,
aud all thoso who mo gulug on her hu' Journeyed out to see the chantr'
are requested lo be there with their I1'011 at work-
dunnage as mon aftci C. o'clock as J"c Cohen bus as good as arranged
possible, bo that there may be no de- crap between Franklin and a
lay with the slait mill the yachts millo; named Lachance, from the St.
ican loave the hnrbor during day- Louis. Tlic meeting or the two men
Club. W. U
Detroit 38 19
Philadelphia 30 23
Doston 31 2
Cleveland 2S :;
Now York 25 27
Chicago 2( 2S
Washtugtou ,19 23
St. Louis IB 33
California State League.
Santa Cruz 43
San lVancltco ,..'.,..29
San Josu 21
185 King St
Tho jachU will sail leUiuch for
Haleiwa 60 us to arrive nil the lUle-
depends 011 whether Lachanco can
cct shore llboit) 011 Saturduy night
Club. W. U Pet.
Ban Francisco 54 31 .035
Los Angeles , 48 35 ,578
Sacramento 42 30 .rjjs
Portland ..., 40 37 ,6J9
Vernon '. 31 48 .392
Oaklond ,.28 ",CB" .333
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Tickets for the. big show aro go
ing ofT very fast, und most of the
best scats are already sold. A big
house Is sure to greet the "twin
brothers" when they step Into the
ring, and, barring accidents, a real
good scrap should eventuate between
Bj Hour or Tn
G. O. Bookley, Jr.
y rnuNE 119,
Sullivan anil Cordell.
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1 nc ruimi ib nam in iiu mc ivai.
(bins at the mitt game, uud Is reck
cued to have h good chance ugulnst
iIih Aiixtiullun llOKcvei, I'm nU 1 1 11 ,
u no miiti nt iim game, and can h , Formerly cutter for H. P. Roth, is
iHifd upon in put up n gient go now In ehartre of L. B. KERR &
If he ktt-p Into the ring with the C08 TAItORIHQ DEPARTMENT.
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10c a yard
, Ij. Ahoy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
Do you burn f o I n 7our kitchen
range? An IIIqI order placed
with us will v1 prove how sup
erior it is to other fuel.
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Phone 281. Fort St. Opposite Irwin & Co.
5. 1 ' .
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