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RVCNINO HUU-HTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., ntlOVY, HJI.Y 10, 1909.
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HAVE THE LARGEST SALE OF
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185 King St
Riverside League's I
Games For Sunday
At thn nuetlng of th6 Hlvei-sldo
League, which was hold )cstcrda, u
must flourlshlm; state u( affairs wus
dlnclo-oil. It being shown thnt llicr?'
was a credit balance cf no lew A sum
I In n $4') 2il In tlio league's hooks.
TicJsurer Itdbcit Annul reported,
thnt $159 60 hid been rocelod since
the start of tlio season aud thnt thu
disbursements hnd nmauntcd to
$110.40; most of the money recehed
wasJinado up by the assessment of tlio
(he ctubH. I
A trophy has been I resented by C.
M. Tnl, who Is a well known business
man. Tlio prize will go to the chain
plons of tlio scries nnd It will add zest
to the already very Interesting game.
There will be a doiiblcheailcr at Aala
on Sunday, wliui the Kort Shatters and
Koualos will meet in the first gamo,
nnd the Anlns ami Palumus In the sec-.
ond. Doth games should be Rood ones, I
and as the crowd Is sure to be large,
the scene at Aala Park on Sunday will
bo nil animated one. Krco baseball
hns got a big hold on tho Honolulu
public and a tremendous crowd nlwnjB
rolls up at the pnrk during Sunday af
The Shatters nro placing a patchy
gnmo ono day the) do real good
work and tho next tlmo they'stop on
llio diamond thiy put up an exhibition
July 18: Opening of Oaliu
July 18: Alea s. Walnnc.
July 25 Kwa s. Alcn.
July 24. Sullitan vs.
uy 24: McCollough vs.
; Wahllnnl nnd other bouts.
July 24: Oalm vs.
Aug. 1: Mclnerny Cup.
July 24: lllshop & Co. s.
Davis & Co.
July 31: HC. C. vs.
Boxing Stiirts And
A Sure and Safe Kid
There was quite a large admiring
audlcnco down at the Marine camp
jestcrday nfternoon vtn watch Jack
Cordell work out. The middleweight
.is coming along casll). nnd should
thnt would mnke a school kid's gumol,e In tho best of trim by Saturday
look like n bis le iguo affnlr In compart- week when he steps Into the ring
noil. wl h Dick Sullhnn.
However, If the eoldlcrs stick to-1 Cordell is getting all the boxing
gethcr they should Just about account that he wants at tho cunp, and Sar
for tho Kownlns, although the hitter icnl, Itnttan and Coll nro keeping
team Is plajlnj'ln good form at pies- him busy with the gloves. In addl
ent. tlon to boxing two rounds with each
Tho second game should also be pro- of the three men, Cordell went
ducttvo of good ball as both turns through the regulation skipping and
havo.somo fino exponents of tho na- shuilow sparring stunts. Ho cei
tlonnl gnme In their ranks. TlioAalis talnly looks well tq the cje and
nro great favorites with the crowd, seems to ret el in his work.
and whnnccr they play, tho rooting is I , Jack feels near confident about
hlynnys up to datennd t cry. strenuous .the outcome of the fight at the Star
Aiinougn ino counter uurucuon uu inraier, unu nas no ncsiiuuon in
tho new park will, no doubt, draw a.sajlng that he thinks he has got Sul-
big crowd, the regular visitors to Aaln I livan's measure. And there aie
win nevertheless roll up and spend .quuo a nuniuer or opic wno ininK
tlio afternoon In the same old way. jtho-sanie way slnreSeelng the last
Baseball Is certainly on tho biom Eo at the Orpheum.
now a days, nnd as tho Military The Marines are. of course, tnklng
League will also ho starting next the greatest Interest In the coming
monin, inero siiouki uo cnougu games
To Cool and Purify the Blood.
These two Remedies arcjiccessarv in a tropical climate. Are invert
in the feed and water. For Horses that stumble or are logy and out
of sorts- vou cannot do better than Rive a course of these Remedies.
H. JOHN P0TTEC. Hotel and Union Sts.
for even tho most Inveterate fnn.
Play Is Booming
Handball Is catching on at the Y.
M. C. A. more thnn ever, and every
afternoon a number of men may be
teen taking n go at the best gamo
for cxerclsa that can bo named.
Dr. Hand Is tnklng the greatest
interest In the coming tournament.
nnd his expert adWcc to the players
Is alwns valuable. There will bo
three games plnyed off before July
Let Us Haul
We have the best facilities for
handling freight and other hauling.
A trial vill prove.
boxing tournament at the Orpheum.
imd they all swear that their men
cannot lose. Snrronl, who Is Im
proving every day, Is looked upon as
n certain vlttor over Mnralhon Jack
son, and the half-wetsvlll be a very
disappointed bunih If their man
goes down In defeat.
Nigel Jackson is, as usual, hard
nt work getting fit tor his contest.
Jack seems to be alwnys In training
for something or the other and, as
Is alwnys the case, Is optimistic
nbout his chances of pulling down
the big end of the purse.
Then Coll, the well-known base-
bailer, Is to make his debut in the
squared circle, nnd Zangarl is the
man who is to shako the Marine's
hand and then proceed to sling In
New Athlttic Park
Opt n 5 On Sunday
On Sunday the new Athletic Park
will be formally opened, nnd Man
ager Douthltt is busy arrnnglng the
hundred and one deatls that have to
, lie seen to before the first bull can
be thrown on the new diamond.
vThe now venture should cater for
the' amusement of n lot of people,
and, as other sports are to be
brought off at times besides baseball,
the grounds should be kept busily
engaged nil tho time. Although the
pavilion may not bo quite complete
In time for Sunday, the sents will
surely be there, and tho spectators
will be able to sit In comfort nnd
wntch the two games of ball.
The C. A. C. and J. A. Cs will
onco more fnce one another on the
baseball field, and ifc most Interesting
gamo should result, lloth teams are
capable of putting up a great game,
and the excitement should run high
during the match.
The Marines, thnn whom there is
not a pluckier team in any baseball
league, will try conclusions with the
Kalllils, aifU this game, too, should
rouse the crowd. Probably lllnes
will pitch for the half-wets, and Cllb
son will be held In reserve. Ander
son will hold' down his old Job as
cittcher, and It Is a treat to watch
him work. He Is always on tho
Job, nnd Is as quick as any man
playing ball In this city ijown-dn)S.
Ilesldcs being a good catcher, "An
il)" Is able to do a good deal of swat
ting at times, and generally man
ages to help his side out when they
are In a tight place.
The parade on Sunday will start
from near Wall Nichols' store, and
the procession will be a very long
one. Chief of Detectives Leal will
head the parade on horseback, and a
cquad of foot police will follow him.
The rest of the teams and officials
will drop into Una behind the po
ke, and the whole parade will be
made the subject for moving ptc-
tuies by Ilonlne.
Tho Athletic Park Is Intended for
the nmuscment of every nationality
that enJo the privilege of dwelling
In Hawaii, nnd there Is no doubt
that the fine park will be fully avail
ed of by every sporting club thnt
wants to bring oft an open-air show.
The Oahu nasobnll League Is for
tunate to be associated with the Ath
Ictlc Park people right from the
stnrt, and the opening games of the
new league lit In well with tho for
nia I throwing open of tho park.
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Phone 281. Office Fort S trcct. 0np. W. 0. Irwin & Co.
Lsgatt Bed Springs
Price from $5.00 up. Sole Agents for Territory of Hawaii.
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2.4, and another three by July 31
Tho draw has been made, nnd tho icfta and rights onto whatever nor
following men will meet one nnoth- (Urn of the half-wet's anatomy
er: J. S. Herlott vs. J, S. Nott; O. ' teems to need It most.
K. Kwallko vs. M. O. Johnson; V, Th show at tho Ornheum nrom-
Mnrcalllno h. D. II. Voellcr, 3. T. 8t. scs to bell good one. nnd Joo Cohen .
John vs. C. Lewis, M. V. Decolto vs. js putting In his best offorts to make
M. Kerreirn, vm. iinscmnn s. i. the evening a hugo success. A vei)
Tunrcs, nnd J. Q. llaptlstc, a bye. I attractive program has been nrrang-
Monday Is set for the opening day, cjt nil, as er moderate charges
nnd, Judging by the play In practice, 'wi uo made nt the doors, n large
the: e will be some remarkable form crowd of .fight funs Is suro to be
shown In tho tournament proper present.
when It starts
BURBANK BUSY ON PLUMS.
A FOOL'S REVENGE.
Of Old Fight
Pob Fltzslmmons hns n manellmin
record. He hns held tli-cc ilium
Dlonshln titles mlddrewclEht,
light heavyweight, and heaVywclght
and ho Is, still middle nnd light
heavyweight champion; nnd out of
nil the hundreds of battles ho has
fought In tho ring, he has lost only
The first of theso five beatings
i?s the well-known one which he
reielved at the hands of Jeffries.
Tho contest took placo in New J'ork
In 1902, and was. In many respects,
n remarknble one.
In one of the rounds, Jeffries
ducked suddenly, nnd Fltzslmmons'
right fist struck his opponent on the
top of the head. The blow was so
llcnt thnt It splintered nnd tele
scoped Uob's hand, driving them more
thnn an Inch out of pot-ltlon.
The agon) must hne been In
tense, but Fltzslinmons went on
Mercutlo. In tho Fool's KexcilKO. a
SANTA nOSA, July 4. These are PlUno ,llcUlrc vin hu eon conjuuc-
lutuv tlnvu fnr f.titlmi ItiirlinnL Thfl ... .. .. tt n. . i.
lum. on the experimental farm Theater tonl(!ll(. lt , no of tlie bettl " away v.th h . b ok.n flst
near Sevastopol are beginning- 10 flmg ma(le uy ,, flrm ,, tll0 cllur - -r""-"" " "" """''' "Z
ripen nnd ery soon now tne scien- actcrB wero ns8llmo,i ol, Hie stage by
list will bo confronted with a sea of a Frencn tr0lu,0 of moro ,hon ordinary
color on his plum trees that will nl)tyf Tll0 costuming Is sujerb nnd
lhal tho rainbow tints. There are ,ho parU carrC(l out wllh tl0 Bam(J
he oral varieties In various stages of fl(, , tnat characlcrZC(1 Ul0 ,iro,ic.
periecuuii, mm uu.n di, u..u ,on )n tn0 nooth Company.
usefulness llurbank will decide
which varieties nro worth devoting shown soeral of tho comedy sort nud
moro tlmo to. Some of the plum
After the match a newspaper re
porter asked him how on earth ho
hud managed to strike such heavy
blows with a smashed fist.
"Oh. why," he replied, "I Just
liirnml niv bnnil RlilnwnvH. llkn this.
In conjunction wllh this film will bo' ,, ,lt out wn tll0 uonea that
This sounds plucky onough, In nil
the great Wolf Hunt, a plcturo that
Hawaiian iron Fcncs and Jlloniimeiit Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ.. 178 1B0 K ING Q"nECT
t.ees haxo a couple of hundred grafts ,uteir '" " wun ," "c,Ky onouB"', n ""
thnn, nml ll.u nrovlde. an inter- V""" '""B ""Br "V.'"0 ."'T0 conscience; but llob reserves his nd-
w - .uiofm wno wero nrineceu 10 seo n. ..., ,.. r t. ....,
stlnir snectacln when the fruit rln-1. ... """ '"' ' "ii"""-"i
suiih speciacie wnen ino iruu rip Tle BOnB ,,IOBrnn, wm uo extended. ,.e 8 a gBme (eiow,"
I'"- 'nn.l ulll Ittlmln n tilltnlinr ,f tmur mil. a .- . .. . .. 11
A large number of distinguished '""' " " " "- ' "rJt7r8 " ml Oeorco ""reporier. Any o.ner man wm...,
scientists and prominent men and J'm have soon quit f he had been cut up
. . -. JVUIIIO. I. ia luff uiiiu Iftt'lin,! tin lounp Minn
women hae been here to see liur-1 - - .,. .. .. ....i..- --
iwcniy-iour siucnes puia into um
face nftcr the contest; his nose was
knnrkei! lint, and overv tooth In his
Tho feature dim selected for toda's ,lca(1 was ,008e Then Jerfre8 tiem
bnnk already this year and otheis
Tho crowd nt Usltors has been
mnlci tally diminished, however,
since tho edict went out that tho
Honolulu Jain and Chutney
Hawaiian Tropic Preserves
P0HA JAM, MAN00 CHUTNEY, OUAVA JELLY, OUAVA JAM,
0UAVA MARMALADE, PINEAPPLE PICKLES, PINEAPPLE JAM, PA
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MRS. ANNIE A. KEARNS, Proprietor, 184 Hotel
Alexander Young Hotel, Honolulu.
Has the famous nine-wall .
construction which keeps the
cold air in and the warm nir
out. Eiery article of food
taken cut of a "Leonard" will
be found as pure nnd whole
some ns when put in. Sold
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Queen Sts.
Men and Bays' Clothing
Just arrived. Latest New York styles. PRICES .
New line of athletic underwear and Pajamas for the
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Corner Kin? and Bethel Strests.
Ladies' Undervests. Ein
White Cotton Cloth, 36 in. wide,
10c a yard
Zf Ahoy, Nuuanu, bolow Hotel
Beautiful made-up frames in oval, round, square and
Also the finest assortment of picture frame mouldings
ever shown in this city. These frames and mouldings
were nil personally selected in New York by the proprietor.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co., Ltd.
"Everything Photographic." Port St., below Hotel.
nioerain nt this theater comprises two ,,, namla ovcr ,,, nenil ng )( ,0 gny
mrim in inn nrtit one. ennupii "ino .....i ... ... .i , i-.i t
crowd of curiosity seekers were no "- V" "." vo " ' " " n ,n. '7 ' "i.!'."i""rV,. ,""."
lonsor welcome, ns tho demand 0 " " 7" ' ' . un.festatl n if the .8" '". ""Lr"Z,"?
lanQ II IIUSO- nlvi11Q rnonllu nlilnlnn.l from llm .. . .. ... . .." .1. . .,.- ... 1.
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Hurhank's time mada
Impossible tor him to seo
By Hour of Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
(iccmi powers 01 nicsmensm, a uasiaru- nnj won.1
ly muriler hclim discovered and traced
directly to tho perpetr.itor of tho crime
Ii) tho daughter of the v Ictlni she lie,
I11K the mpdtuin cmptojcil hy the liP
nollst. In "Grotesque riBtircs" on
liao Iho ipllomo of what may ho ac
complished h) to-eatled trick photo-Braphy,
Formerly oatter for H. P. Roth, is
now in charge of L B. KERR &
CO.'S TAIL0RIN0 DEPARTMENT.
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Headquarters for Fine Betldintr. Finest line 'of medium
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