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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, .T. II., WEDNESDAY, AUG. 18, '09
Arrived by "Hilonian"
A Large Consignment of the
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Besides lhobal game between tho
Kamehamehas anil 8t. Louis next Hut
urda, Eddie Hornandes Is trjlnn lo
arrange Mother attraction lu ahnp?
of a game between a nine from tho
Buffalo and the Diamond iiean ouncn
Maui, Oahu, Kauai
AndCaValry Play Polo
There la no doubt that Honolulu
people are' going to sec somo of the
beat polo gamea eer played In theso
Islands when the Maul and Kauai
contingent visit Oahu next month.
Matches will be played at Lello-
Cnain and Belt Drive.
Call'and See Them
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Tills doubleheadcr should attract a . hua and at Moanalua, and It goes
largo crowd and, the class of ball put
up will, no doubt, bo as good as haa
been seen at tho League grounds for
some time. i
The Buffalo' nine It reported to be a
strong one, and aalmost of thu men
hae played a goodldeal over In Ma
nila, they should, make tho IfifccU get
Interested Imtke game before It Is
Tho line-up of the Kams Is not at
present known, but Rn effort ' liclw;
made to get tho Htrongesl possible
nlno together. Tho 9t. Iiils tram will
probably bo tho Bamo as played list
Saturday against the Punnhous. ad
they should glvo tho Kams a hood run
for tho honors.
Although tho polo match attracted
a lot of tho regular baseball fans last
Saturday, there was still a fair sited
crowd out at the League grounds.
Should the Buffalo-Jewel game be
arranged It will start at 2 o'clock, and
then tho St. Louls-Kamchnmrha match
will commence as soon as the first
game Is rau. Grandstand seats only
cost .15 rents now-a-days. and as a num
ber of season tickets hvo been sold
them should be a lot of fans on hand
On Saturday week tho Puns and Ka-
mphnm"lias meet and on tho Snndst
'following St. Ixula and Diamond
Honda nro scheduled to play.
1 1 The latter gamo should be a really
! good one as both teams are playing
In good form and are Improving ev
. cry day.
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Things at tho Outrigger Club axe
going along with a'ewlrist that makes
people Imagine that Alexander Hume
Ford must be; hiding behind a surf
board somewhere on tho beach.
The club, which was first thought of
by the much traveled Kord, Is In 11
flourishing condition, and every after
noon a big bunch of shimmers anil
canoe and, surf board riders Is In ev
Tho Woman's auxiliary Is also jlo
Ing well, and quite a number of the
fair sex are becoming experta at, the
same. Dressing rooms for the Udlos
are fitted up and a caretaker la always
present to provide hot water from a
large kettle, which Is kept on the boll
In anticipation of a call for afternoon
Numbers of small children go nut
every afternoon and a chaperon In on
hand to watch nut for the welfare of
the young ones.
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Rev. Paul Drake, psstor of the Ben
crly Universalis! church, where the
Taft family attend this summer, reit
erated his plea for Sunday baseball
and other sports, salng: "Am for the
minister, he does not need to play
Sunday baseball: he has enough of It
during- tho week If be chooses, but,
the laboring man has but Sunday to
himself. As conditions are, he does
no wrong In my opinion, to seek any
legitimate mode of amusement and
recreation on that day. If the tenden
cy today Is for a frco Sunday, where
all can enjoy themsches In their own
way, why try to stem that tendency t"
Jack Cordell left for tho Coast on
tho Alameda this morning. In company
with Jack Scully, who la making a
business trip to the mainland. Cordell
cleaned up quito a nice amount of
money while In Honolulu, and It Is
possible that he 'will return In the noar
future. Jack, was a decent young fel
low and all tho sports wish him good
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We want to see all our old cus
tomers cope back,
Tho Idea that tho Australian crick
eters be Invited to play a baseball
match In this city, has been well
thought of and, as soon aa It Is known
what boat they will be on, and what
time they win arrive In Honolulu some
thing will bo done In the matter.
Tonight Ihcro will be a free moving
picture show at tho Athletlo Park and
everyone Is Invited to attend. The
gates will be .thrown open at 6:30 and
the first plcturo will bo shown at 7
without saying that the class of polo
that wilt be put up will be the very
acme of perfection.
The Maul team wilt be particu
larly strong, and Frank Baldwin Is
simply determined to win the Inter-
Island championship. There are no
"Ifs" or "buts" In the Maul cap
tain's polo vocabulary, and he and
his men feel confident that they will
show the way to both tho Oahu club
and the Fifth Cavalry.
And when one remember the
class of polo put up by the Honolulu
four last Saturday at Moanalua, It
Is hard to Imagine any Island team
being able to defeat them.
Walter Dillingham Is such a tow
er of strength, and such a cool, col
lected player, that one wonders
what he could do It really extended
against a strong team. Borne of his
work on Saturday showed the spec
tators what he can do at a pinch,
and as he Is backed up by three good
Btlrllng playera his team will take a
lot of beating.
The Kauai polo men have also
been practicing a lot, and Rufus
Spalding has got a bunch of ponies
that will go near to shhowlng their
heels to the mounts from the other
With Oahu, Maul, Kauai and the
Lellehua teams engaged on the polo
fields there Is certainly some fine
sport coming off, and the tourna
ment will go down as the most suc
cessful ever brought oft In Hawaii.
Once the polo field at Moanalua Is
fixed up there Is no doubt that a
large number of young fellows will
go In tor the game good and hard.
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Baseball At Lihue
There waa a good game of baseball
at l.lhue last Sunday when' the Nlu
malu team put It over the Nawlllwlll
plhc by 18 to 12. F. C. Ahana pitched
good ball for the victors. 11. Mallna
(or NawlllKlll, also worked well with
Isaac at the receiving end.
A large crowd attended the game
and tho excitement rau high times.
Kanae, Puaol and lloopll were choercd
for 'the brilliant work they jlld all
through the game. They were tho
star players of tho teama and the
first named certainly did real good
Doth Kanae and Puaol got home
ever tho plato four times whlto Koon
scored three runs. Opunul. for Na
wlllwlll, scored In tho third And ninth
Innings, and Pau, Keuma and Kalona
all made two runs apiece.
Every Sunday thero Is game ot
nan at tne binuo park and the plav
Is alwas much enjoyed by the tans
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Another Yacht Trip
Is Being Planned
It Is possible that a yachting excur
sion may start for the lee side ot Mo
lokal on Friday night, September 3
Monday, September 6, will be Labor
Day, and It Is thought that a number
of sailing men can got away on Friday
tnd tbUB put In three days at tholr
In all probability the youngvtera who
made the.Walanao trip, and who had
the time of their lives on the cruise,
will be Invited lo take part In tho
Labor Day trip.
The jachts would anchor In the
smooth water In the lee of Molokal,
and fishing would then be Indulged In.
There Is no doubt that the boys are
taking to the sport In groat style, and
In a short time they will be able to
handle a boat to the manor born.
Most of tho boys are talking of the
good time they bad last week, and are
looking forward with delight to the
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Supervisor Qulnn, chairman of the
Committee on Roads and Bridges, has
prepared a report to be read at the
annual meeting of tho Chamber ot
Commerce today, on the number,
condition and system of roads through
out tho city and county. He calls at
tentlon to tho fact that the Board ot
Supervisors baa 218 first class roads
under Its Jurisdiction, all In good trav
el shape. He sas It Is the ambition
ot tho Board lo have a finer oyttcm
of roods when the work la finished
than any other county or city In oxtst
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