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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. ll..'THUnSDAY, AUO. 12, 1909.
Arrived by "Hilonian"
A Large Consignment of the
Chain and Belt Drive.
Cairand See Them
List of Past Tennis IHcalanis Training
Champions of Hawaii
Hard For Regatta
Things are certainly tllriing In thn
towing lino nnil both tin. Myrtles and
llealnnls are out for Bore. Tlic latter
club has quite a number ot men In
training for Regatta Day, and their
Krelimnn crew looks a remarkably
So far the llcalanls aro only figuring
Now that the annual tennis cham
pionship tournament is to come otf
next week, Interest In the events to
be played Is being worked up.
The single chumplonshlps of the
Islands will, of course, be the prin
cipal event, and from the present
look of things It wljl provide a most
exciting series of matches. 'n two crows Seniors and Krcshmen.
With men like ace, Warren, Low m the material on hand Is good, and
and soveral others In the running, ' tno croWB ar0 hard at work every
the single championship of the Is- j (no raco lhcy wl) pul up on tie
lands looks more open than It has ovcntfu ,;ay m astonish tho public,
for years, . Yesterday afternoon tho 8cnlors
The present holder of the slnglo ',. lhr flp.hm into lhpir row
championship Is A. L. Castle, but ho , ,,,,, a ra, ,,, whch turn0(, ou,
will not be on hand to defend Ills', . illlmmp, Ti1P. seniors and
title, as ho Is traveling on tho main
land and will not bo back for liomo
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tins of milk to say
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ite Dress Goods
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Corner Kin? mid Bethel Streets.
Batiste 10c yd now 5 c a yd
White Goods 15c n yd now 10 c a yd
Color Lawn 12'2c a. yd now 7'2c a yd
I. Ahoy, Nuuunu, below Hotel
Aug. 14: IMmahou vs.
' St. Iouli.
Aug, SI: KnniB vs. St. Louis.
Aug. 1C: .1. A. C. vs. K, A. C.
Aug. 15: C. A. C. vs. U. S. M.
Aug. 21: II. C. C. vs. Maul.
Aug. II: Honolulu vs.
Aug. 1C: Mclncrny Cup.
Aug. 14: Sullivan vs. Cordcll.
Aug. II: Sni cnnl vs. Torry.
Aug, II: Hnnoliilu vs.
WE SELL BLACK SAND, CORAL, WHITE SAND,
SOIL, etc., We have the lowest prices in
the city for these materials.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co
Office Fort Street. Opp. W. G. Irwin & Co, Phone 281.
Ari.ingcmL'iils for tho yacht cruise
In WhIhiiiiu aro hclng rapidly fixed up,
and a most cnjoynliln trip should
ovcnttmlu. Tlio yacht Hawaii will
lcntho foot of Fort streot ns mjoii
as posHlhlo uftcr 1 o'clock on Haturduy
Tho crew of Iho Hawaii will bo mniln
up largely of youngslers nud they
rhould prove cry capnhlu.
Tho Kaiucliaineha will probably take
part In the crulso nud tho (lladys,
Charlotte C and old Hawaii will also
i.all down to thn rendezvous.
All llio yneflitH will anchor off Wnl
nunc, and tho usual visits will ha paid
among tho boats and tho old old yarns
swopped. Tho host feature of tho
inline Is tho fart that n lot of now
blood will ho Introduced to tho tie
lights of "outsldo" sailing.
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Mun Yin Chung Is going to Ynlo, and
will Iravo nil tho Manchuria on August
21. Tho gciil.il llltlu Chinaman has
ipilln iccovi'red from his broken leg.
and mi doubt hu will flguro In athletics
at lliu hlg university,
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Nntt heat Marcalllnn In tho last
liiindbalt gnmo of tho scinlllnuls yes-
tnnlay and now will havo to meet
Johnson in tho final tomorrow.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258
"ili.Hn Vditnriit Hnom Phone lBo
By Hour or Trip.
G. C, Beokley, Jr.
' PHONE 199.
Tho winner, therefore, of the com
ing tournament will he tho new
champion of tho Hawaiian Islands.
Tho contcit In the singles should
provldo some of the best tennis that
has been seen hero for years.
The Honolulu championship,
which has been held by Will Ilnth
and C. II. Cooke for no less than flvo
cars, will probably go to some new
pair this year, as rtoth Is pretty
well out of tho game now.
A combination llko Warren nnd
(lee should bo able to tnke tho dim-
bio championship of the Islands
without too much trouble.
The women singles has rather
died out for the past four jenr. and
Mrs. (1. Coulter, neo Horner. Is the
present holder of tho title.
The tennis rhumplonshlp has been
pbied for evory year slnco 183ii,
when Y. V. Dillingham won thn
tingles, and with Dr. Howard as
inrtnor, took the doubles.
Dillingham also was champion In
I gat!, but In 1$97 W. 11. (Imlfrey
won tho coveted title. Then In 1898
another star appeared, and V. I'.
Itoth took the chnmplnnrhlp. In
1902 Itoth again showed up as tho
best In the Islands, and then after
returning to the group from the
mainland, took tho. championship In
1901 and held It till 1908, when he
Tho list of tho different men who
hnve held the varlnup championships
will be read with Interest, so they
are herewith printed:
1895-G, W. P. Dillingham; 1897,
W. II. Godfrey: 1898, W. P. Roth:
1899, Chas. A. Klston; 1900-1, P.
C. Athcrton; 1902, W. P. Itoth:
1903, Chas. Klston: 1904-5-6-7, W.
P. Itoth: 1908, A. L. Castlo.
189!!, W. P. Dillingham and Dr.
Howard; 1896, W. P. Dillingham
and W. II. Coney; 1897, H. Water
house and V. II. Cnnoy; 18S8, W.
P. Roth and W. Wight; 1899-1900-
1-2 H. It. Adams nnd A. T. Ilrock;
1903, C. Klston nud A. R. Cunhn;
l904-r,-C-7-8, W. P. Roth and C. II.
1899-1900, Miss M. Hart; 1901,
Mrs. C. Klston; 1902-3-4-5-6-7, Miss
B. Horner; 1908, Mrs. O, Coulter.
It will be seen from the above
that W. P.( Roth has loomed large
upon tho horizon of Hawaii for many
years. The Intervals when his
nnnio does not appear on the cham
plnnshlp list Is tho time when he
was away on tho mainland at school
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Maui Tennis Men
Glad To See Gee
Bucrctary Shoemaker of Puuneno
has written a friend about tho coming
tennis tournament at tho big mill. Tho
genial "Shoey" wrltos of tho chances
of the local team making good at
Puuncnn. Ho reckons that tho Maul
boys had It all doped out so that they
had a chanco of winning, hut when the
nowR wont out that (loo was making
tho trip tho hopes of tho I'uuncne
bunch fell to almost zero.
Tho Maul players will bo glad to see
(leo at work as thoy havo scon all the
other expert players of tho Islands,
nnd wnnt to see how tho now man
compares with the rest.
Manager Prank Uuldwln will meet
tho Honolulu loam at tho Kahulul
wharf, and will tako thn party to
Spreckolsvillo for breakfast. All tho
Maul pcoplo will bo on hand at tho
Puuneno courts on Saturday and thoy
should ho rowardod by seeing some
very brilliant tennis.
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Tho Chinese Aloha Club has ills
banded, and will reorganlzo as tho
Chlncso Athletic Association, Thoy
Intend forming an all Chlnosn base
ball team and will endeavor to play
with tho RovorBldo League
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Johnny Williams will pitch for tho
St. Louis team on Saturday at the
U'nguo grounds. Louis So.ircs will
catch and tho paid should do gnnd
for Infants and Children.
What is Castor ia?
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other Narcotic substance (Xnreotic Mtupcfy). Its
age is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd allays
FcYcrishncss. It cures Iilnrrhu-u and Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Trouble, cures Constipation,
and Flatulency. It assimilate the Food, regulate
the Stomach and Ilowcls, giving healthy and natural
sleep. Tho Children's l'a naeca The mother's
Tlio yr -yx , jr Is in rrrrr rrnp'.T
ilcnaturo of a7cucAiie X ivwu.n 4;iiiir.ii
Physicians Recommend Caswrla.
to bo a hummer. The Seniors and
Freshmen raced over tho full course
r.nd, notwithstanding that a slight col
lision took place, the course was cov
ered In good time.
On tho way home the llcalanls had
n brush with tho Myrtles, who were
out on tho water too. Tho Myrtles
tried to shako the llcalanls up hut the
latter crowd held their own In good
shape. , There Is surely going to bo
somo fine races on Rcgnttn Day. and
It Is gtKMl to see such Interest being
taken In tho sport ot rowing.
Tho following men nro In training
for the various events nnd a veiy
promising lot they arc: Prcshmcn
P. L. James. W. W, .lames, McCnnd
less, Abo l.ola. I Cunhn, C. llrown.
A. L. Rcroggy, Geo. Call. Seniors M,
Itoblnson, H. ftnc, n. Puller, K. An
drews. .1, Knmakoii, II. O'Sulllvnn, V..
Prom theje men the crews will be
picked at a later date, and ther Is no
doubt that tho men will make tho
Myrtles look to their laurels.
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Boxing Dope And
Jack Curdell dropped Into this office
this morning to puss thu time of day.
Tho aspirant for championship honors
looks and feels well. Ho Is .lighter
now than when ha last faced Sulllviiii
and considers that ho Is thoroughly
Cordcll has trained hard and faith
fully for tho coming content, and feels
confident that ho will tako Dick's
measure this 1 1 mo. Dcsldcs tho largo
amount of exercise ho takcB daily at
tho Marine camp, Jack doos a lot of
swimming and running on the road.
Thero Is no doubt about Cordell'a
wanting to defeat Sullivan and, as tho
latter ha3 a lot at stake, the match
should bo about tho best seen here for
many a long day,
Sullivan has been stopping out In
tho suhiiibs for a few days and finds
the slight change Is doing him good.
Kery morning Dick taken n flvo or
six mile run, and Is getting' as fit us
tho proverbial flddlo. llclno Is paying
great attention to Dick's hollows, and
has got tho champion so that after a
largo amount of exercise he breathes
llko an Infant.
Ono thing Is certain, nnd that Is that
on Haturday night wo nro going to see
the best scrap pulled off In recent
years In these Islands,
Tho preliminary botween Sarconl
and Terry, also promises to be one of
(ho host boxing contests botween light
weights that we havo seen for some
tlmo. The nuglcr's friends are con
fident that ho can put It all over the
"Kid." hut the lattcr's supporters aro
equally as certain that their man will
get the big end of the purse.
Tho Indications aro that tho Star
Theater will bo crowded on Saturday
night for sure, nnd that those who do
not get In early and purchase tickets
will havo to do tho "stand outsldo'' act.
Bulletin Cup Play
' To Be Continued
Thero Is only one more game to bA
played in tho Newsboys' Lcaguo for
tho Ilullotln cup. Howevor, tho Chi
cagu team has consented to allow tho
Dctrolts to strengthen their nine, and
will then play a new series ot ten
games to dccldo which hunch shall
tako tho Ilullctlu cup.
Play in tho now series will bogln on
Monday next and no doubt Iho usual
crowd of lunch hour fans will continue
to patroutzo tho small boys' bames.
"Butcher" always makes a hit with
his play and "Whlt:ors" also gets his
tharo of tho applauso. "Scissors" Is
determined to make his team win the
coming comctltlon and, It certain
"buttlnskys" w only leave tho boys
ulono, and not apo the policeman, ev
erybody will bo happy.
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SATURDAY, August 14, 1909
20 ROUNDS JiO
DICK . SULLIVAN vs. JACK CORDELL
FOR THE MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF HAWAII.
SARC0NI (U. S. M. C.) vs. KID TERRY (U. S. S. Iroquois).
130 pounds. 130 pounds.
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