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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H., mtDAYJULT 2, 1909.
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Secretaries 'or other author
ized representative of clubs
are asked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by thetn. thtl
they may be Included In the
ptogratn. Address all commu
nications to tbc Sporting Kdl
tor, i; v e n' I n 8 bulletin.
July 3: Sullivan va. Cordell.
July 3: Sarconl vs.
July E: Team,
IS: Opening of Oahu
h Sure and Safe Kid
The two mlddlewelghfs who are to
give one another tlio glad hand to-
morrow night are In the best powl-
hie condition, anil both feel as con-
fident ns can ho of pulling off the
Cordell dtopped Into thin office this
morning and passed out a few re-
marks with reference to the coming
light. "Well," ho remarked, "It Is
getting close to the time now for
the 'go, and It looks as If there will
ho a big hoiiKo sure." In answer to
a question an to how he felt, tho
challenger for championship honors
replied: "Never felt belter In my
lire. The climate stills me, and I
have had no difficulty In getting Into
the best of condition. I will punch
tli( bug for half tin hour this after
nnon, nnd that will' wind me up mid
I will rest tomorrow."
And certainly ordell looks well
unit In the pink of condition, too.
He should put up' a great scrap to
morrow night, and It won't be his
fnult or want of trying If he goes
down In defeat to the Honolulu
champion. 'play of both ball and athletic stunts.
All the arrangements aro complete The Mayor will pitch the first ball
for the great night, nnd It only re- and A. K. Vlorra will make a swatjwlnnor In the first round, I'apko has
mains for the men to step Itno the at It, piobably with the result that put In his tlmo at Venice near 1-os An
ring and pass the gentle punch back-.u home run will be made. geles. Ha has gone In extensively for
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To Cool nnd Purify the Blood.
These two. Remedies arc necessary in a tropical climate. Are riven
'in the feed and water. For Horses that stumble or are lotrv and out
t sorts- you cannot do better than give a course of these Remedies.
II. JOHN POTTIE. Hotel and Union Stt.
Oahu t astball
The Oahu Baseball League will
open their season with a great dls-
Dllly Papke, tho Kewaneo lighter,
who N sometimes called the Illinois
Thunderbolt, arrived nt San Fran
cisco from Los Angeles on June
4 to go Into training for hit
contest with Stanley Ketchel, which
takes place at Coffroth's arena on tho
afternoon of July Sth.
Papke, has decided to locate at Seal
Illl'Vit I1UUBV, UIIU Ul .1113 Ullivni .u.
dltlon camps In San Francisco.
I Papke's principal reason for going
I Into quarters near the beach U that
ho wants to train In a climate which
resembles that of Colma as nearly as
instable. Hilly, first of nil. expected
to train nt Millet's, which U not very
far from the arena, Hut Ketchel, who
Is an old pjtron at Millet's, hud llrst
call on thut cstablhhmeiit.
I'apkc trained nt San Itafuel for tils
last tight with Kotciicl and believes
thut the difference. In climate affected
his chances. He hud warm weather
while In Kan Itufnel, nnd thinks tint
cool utmojphero nt Coffroth's urenu on
the day of the fight pruvented him ox
tending himself In his ubiial style.
Slnco his contest with Hugo Kelly
at Coffroth's, In which ho was returned
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4th of July
Uncle Sam furnishes the
4th. and we are ready to fur
nish the fireworks.
Rockets, Pinwhecls, Crack
ers, Pistols, Flower Pots, Ro
man Candles, Torpedoes,
Canes Balloons, FlaRc, Can
nons, Red Fire.
Exhibition assortments from
$3.50 to $20.00. Each one
a complete celebration.
Do you burn
with us will
erior it is to other fuel.
in your kitchen
prove how SUp-
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WHERE MAIL SACKS WERE FOUND
wards and forwards a few times till
ono of tho wallops land on n portion
of the human frame known as the
The preliminaries nre fixed and
should provide some fine stoush;
McCollough will be all there with
the smile, nnd will doubtless follow
his usunl tactics of chasing his in. in
around the ring and faking punlth
mcttt nil tho time In the hope of
landing one smack that will end thu
Wnhllnnl, who meets the "lion-
mere win ue a parauo or uoin ,iii n the surf and has taken sun
the Seniors and Juniors which will baths on the sand. Uc believes ho has
start from Wall Nichols Co.'s Btoie ntored up a whole lot or energy that
and march along King htrcet nnd will stand him In good need when ho
Aula Inne to the now bill grounds. fac-s the Michigan AsfussIii for thu
llonlnc, of moving picture fume, middleweight championship of the
will take pictures of the parade, and world.
the County band will head tho pro-J !apko will he looked after In his
cession. On arrival at the grounds training by Harry Pnley, who prepared
theie will be a llt,tle speech making him for his match with Hugo Kelly,
nnd then the afternoon's sport will, Tho Kewanee man Intends to lixe no
begin. -time In gating to work.
The opening game will be between
the Marines' nnd the Kalinin, and u
man," will give him tho fight of his mining goou one li snouiu ue, loo,
life, and the go should be fierce as both teums are wound up In the
enough to please, even the bunch, best of form and have been playing
who nre never satlslled unless there the game for same-months now.
Is a clean knockout. The half wetsliavo Improved a lot
Miller, who has shown such good lately and they have such good men
8TANDINQ OF LEAGUES.
a tough contract to face In Richards,
who halls from the Marine camp.
Miller has been doing his work with
Dick Sullivan, and) the latter has
given the big fellow some fine tips as
to the boxing game. The soldier Is
only a new man at the game, but Is
rapidly Improving and has the mak
ing of n good man In him.
Richards Is known to tho fans, as
he has performed In public here sev
eral times. He Is not as big as Mil
ler, but, having had more experience
and several others In their ranks,
and'the rest of the nines In the com
petlton will have to play up well to
hold their own with them.
The second game between the C.
A. C. and J .A. C. teams also prom
ises to be a good one, and, as the
players are old rivals, a keen strug
gle may be anticipated.
There Is sure to be a big crowd or
spectators present, and as the grand
stand will be complete by the open
ing day, there should be plenty of
New York 29
St. I.ouls 23
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in tho ring, hsould be able to make scats for everybody. The new park
tho Shatter man do his best. will surprise everyono who pays a
There will bo quite a number of, visit to It, and there Is no doubt that
"farmers" In for tho fight, and tho the venture will prove a big success
usual bunch of local fans will bo once the games get sturted.
sure to graco tho stage seats. Tho una
whole show should be a good one,
and the big light one of tho best ever.OaiVall 18
pulled off In this city.
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PROTEST DECIDED IN
FAVOR OF HIGHLANDS.
The Kaplolanl League held a meet
ing last night at which the protest
of the Highlands against tho Kail
his was considered. A'ter some dis
cussion It was decided to give tho
gamo to tho Highlands. It appears
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San Francisco S5
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Hawaiian iron Penes and Monument Works
MZXT TO VIliNO BLDO. 17M0il KING R-RRFT
NCW LONDON, Conn., July 1.
Harvard defeated Yale today In
'Varsity boat race.
The above cable and the fact that
California Stat League.
two of our own Island boys were In .San Francisco 29
Santa Crur. ',.40
San Jose 20
that Davis, a major leaguo player,' (h. Tinrvnr.i w .honl.l elv row
had been on the Knllhl team when n(f a boogt , thc,e Ufan(,8 Bg nolh.
they defeated tho Highlands. ,nK eUo posgDy jouij,
Tho by-laws were altered so that certa,nljr u wonucrfi the num
each team can have two major. bcr of ,.... the Hawaiian group
league players on Its side, but w turnH , .., conHiderlcK the size
a tt U
Jimmy Collins once throw out three
men at the plato on one batted ball.
This happened In Boston In 1902. nnd
jthrco Cleveland players were thu vie
mnjor leaguo pitcher will be allowed of the Tc'rritory, the result Is most ) time. Bradley was on second nnd
Tho Omaha pollco found nine U
(the lliowu bchoolhottbo wbllo search
three men held In thut city for robb
men under arrest nio U, V. Woods,
LWnitftH ntlil nnrilfllt firn finlluL'n.1 In Kn
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jf'ifCooK. Tho rolilicis got only a small
Lltlno bhokh of registered mall. Tho
Jili'titlllt'd Torgcuecu mid Woods us t
CM and. thi itut revolvers In their fu
p I led States mall pouches hidden In
lug for thu alleged accomplice of the
lug tho 0crland Limited train. The
Fied Torgenscn and James Gordon,
rnllmud clerks, and Torgensun Is u
mini ot iiuuioy, ulthougli thuy rifled
en k Intel' ami llrcman of the train
ho men who climbed Into the cnglnu
n the box.
Tho second half of tho series will
start on Sunday, July 11, nnd In fu
ture the games will be played at At
kinson Park In tho mornings, In
steud of at Kaplolanl In the after
noon, Jim Williams wns nnmed at presi
dent of the board of arbitration, and
a general meeting was called for
August 5. Tho next series promlsos
to be a very Interesting one, and
some One games should be played.
Briber Goes to Prison. Pittsburg,
Juno 23. Charles R. Richardson, u
broker, convicted ot conspiracy In con
nection with tho alleged attempts of
I D. L. Wltblngton of this city, who
Is the father of the two boys, receiv
ed a private cable last night saying
that Harvard had beaten Yale In
.both the eight and four-oar races,
and that the two Wltblngton boys
had rowed. Whether both boys were
In the eight, or one In the eight and
ono In the four, Is not yet known
Now, If our otbor young men, who,
Jack McCarthy on first, when Dutch
Oochnauor short singled to left. Col
lins got tho ball and shot It to Catcher
Far'cl ahoad of Bradley. McCarthy
was Bcootlng toward third at this Junc
ture, and Farrel throw back to Collins
to get Jack. The toss was poor and
McCarthy tried to score. Jimmy chas
ed tho ball to loft and spun It home
In tlmo to get McCarthy. Oochnauvr,
who had been having a nap on second
all this lime, started for third, and
perhaps, have not had a chance of nt- again Farrell's throw was poor, John
tending either Yale or Harvard,
would only get busy and start at the
rowing game we might, and proba
bly would, turn out some men who
would hold their own with, If not
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ny kept on to tho plate and Collins
found tho ball out In left Held anil by
a long and accurato throw to Farrell
retired tho third and last Cleveland
Charles 8. Cameron, president of tho . . , ., comerg. Aaii from a gpec. i
Tube City rallroml, to -tirlbo Council- tutor.g olnt of view, what prettier I Bankruptcy Due to Gambling. Now
man W. A. Martin, was sentenced to-'n gght cun De seen tnnn the fla,n o( York, Juno 23. Marshall Bell of New
day to ono year und three months In
the penitentiary and to pay a flno of
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tho oars und the well-timed swing uurgn, . r., men a voluntary petition
of four or eight backs as the oars-, In bankruptcy In tho Unltod States
men strain to head competing district court today, stating his llabll
uuut? Hies as $113,000, with no assets. Boll
Let us hone that u sturt will be declares he lost IUO.000 at faro and
made at once to revive the best
sport ot alt sea or riverside towns.
The University Club Is muklng an
effort und word Is expected from the
Myrtles and Heulanls before ong;
then wo will see a days' sport at
gave uotes to this umount.
1 Mr. SWAHN
Formerly cutler for H. P. Roth. (
'heaH,)!arbor.thut will put to Bliamo now Jn charfe ofl. .B. KERB &
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