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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, Tl If., "WEDNESDAY, AUG. 25, '09.
Open Air Theater
Fort Street Below Beretania,
(From the Empire Circuit)
MUSICAL MONOLOGUE ARTIST.
Admission 10 and 15 cents
Children 5 cents
Arrived by " Hilonian "
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Team vs N. G. H.
On Saturday next at tho League
grounds the Artillery baseball nlnu
will make their debut before u Ho
nolulu audience. The bojs who
man the guns will havn n go ut the
N. 0. II. champions. Strut. Harry
la keen on the proosltlon ami, an
usual, leckons that his lloauta can
not be beaten. And the genial ser
geant wuh bo successful In the past
111 his prediction about hit tc.iui
winning that It would be foolish to
doubt their ability to do so thin
The Military League should be
got going as soon as possible now.
but ns long as tho Murine and
Shatters nro engaged In another
series, there noes not seem much
chance of tho military," games be Inn
brought off. 't
The duards won the champion
ship of tho Military League first scr
ies ver) easily, and It will be In
teresting to see how the Artillery
stack up against them. The gun
ners are said to have several really
good men who have plaed In big
ball on tho coast well, they will
need them all on Saturday.
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Up at (he Itoyal Hawaiian garago 1st
to be seen the Identical Locomobile
that E. J. Lord made the trip across'
the continent In. It Is a magnificent i
specimen of an automobile and, at first
glance, looks a giant compared with
the lighter machlnos which aro housed
alongside of It.
Tho Locomobile Is a en 11. p. ma
chine, and It stood the strain ot the
long Journey In excellent fashion. Tin.
tires aro lust about five times tliu alto
of tho ordinary ones In uso on every
day machines, and tho wholo lojk nf
the big car suggosts strength.
Manager Wells reports things to lu
very busy around the garage und the
Indication.) are that they will bo e.-ci
better t nthe future.
Jerry Rooney made a lino around
tho Island trip on Sunday last. Ho
made'absolutely no stops except for
a meal at Halelwa. Joo Sllva, who
bought a new Franklin last Week, has
Joined In with tho Independent Auto
Stand boys, and there arc now six ex
pert chauffeurs ready to take anjoro
anywhere at any hour.
Attorney Frank Thompson expects
to receive bis SO II. P., shaft-drW'io
Locomobile today. He was advised
that the car was shipped on the Ltir
line, and all the auto people in ton n
are on tho qui vivo to got a look at
tho machine that Is driven without a
The von Hamm-Young garago re
ceived two Stovens-Duryca ears Ly
tho Pleiades and beautiful specimens
of tho art ot auto builder they arc.
Tho management lately received tho
following cable from the McDuffle
Automobile Co.: "Model S wins stock
event, Engelbeck other S second. Mod
el K wins piston displacement and
class free for all and S second Its
class Bamo event. Total three firsts,
three, seconds, and break record for
Kcro8cno as fuol Is being used a lot
by the White steamer pcoplo and It
Is being found to do splendidly. In
tho Qlldden tour a White steamer
went 2G50 miles using coal oil. Kero
sene Is from C to 10 cents a gallon
cheaper than gasolino, and can be
bought at any wayside store. There
would appear to be u great futuro for
tho oil lu regards to tho White cars.
Down at tho Associated Garago all
Is excitement In regards to tho non-
arrival of tho celebrated Hudson
Can. rCaufmann Beat
BAN rilANCISCO, Aug. 24 Jack (
J oh neon and Al Kuuruunn nave
been matched to light ten rounds
here on September 9.
From tho nbove cable It appears
that Jack Johnson has added one
moio match to his little list, which
now Includes Ketchvll, Iingford,
Jeffetles and Kaufmann.
.The latter Is only a oung.ter
iiunpnreil with the rest of the bunch,
hut he Is n husky )oung guy, and,
although crude In his methods, will
nnko I.ll Arth think he Is eolnc
' some before the "go" Is over. In
fact, If "Dearie" Is not In proper
condition tho young giant may de
feat him, und then where will we
The fight will draw n big crowd
for sure, and the men who watch
the match will be able to draw a
line on the negro's real condition.
It .has been reported that "Dearie"
Is fond of the primrose path that
leads to the down-and-out club, and,
If that Is the case, it may be the
"count" for the world's champion
on September 9.
"Twenty" cars. No less than twenty
five of the latest thing In moderate
priced nutos wore expected on tho
Lurllno, but Harry Murray rccolvcd a
cable Informing htm that tho cars
could not possibly bo shipped for at
least three weeks more. The factory
Is working day and night and yet can
not keep up with tho demand. The
Hudson Twenty Is sold at the factory
for $900 and over 4000 orders have al
ready been placed for tho machines
There Is not one Hudson Twenty In
these Islands at present, und the ad
vent ot the low priced machine Is
looked forwurd to by everybody.
At tho Schuman Oarage all Is I' us
tlu and activity and today things will
bo more so, as two beauts of Locomo
biles are expected on the ' Lurllne
These cars aro a thing of Joy to look
at and they work and wear Just as
woll. A peach ot a Studebaker, "E.
M. F. '30' " Is being oiled up and got
icady toNshlp to tho Coney Oar ago on
Kauai, This Is exactly the same car
which lately, at Amarllle, Texas,
worked up a pace ot 66 miles an hour
over a 40 mllo track. Tho "E. M. V.
'30' " Is a beaut and no mistake The
car soIIb at II COO and It Is a marvel
how It can bo done for tho money,
Ten Miles Race
Once more the ten-mile ruuulng
race Idea which was first suggested
by the II ul let In, Is gaining favoi
among the sports and It Is to be hoped
that the scheme will como to a bead
Wo have, Bomo flno runners over tho
distance lu those Islinds, and it Is n
very open question If Tsukamoio, the
Japanese who defeated Jackson in
Illlo, would havo a chance agr-lim
Downey, Scliarsch and Gorman,
N'lgel Jackson has proved that over
a long distance like the full X'atnthoti
course, he Ib tho peer of the hunch,
but over tho shorter routo many pco
plo cannot give him a chanco with the
othors named alwvo. The Idea ot a
2S-m!les Marathon Is worn cut and
dead, and It Is doubtful it one hun
dred people would pay to see It.
The last Marathon at tho League
grounds was fierce In a way, and
everybody was tired out nnd sick of
the affair beforo halt the distance
wan run, There Is no fun In seeing
half trained souths start on a 2G-mlles
Journey and crack up after a five or
This afternoon at 4 o'clock the
single championship tournament will
sturt on the lleretanla street couctB.
and E. S. Gee will go up against I'.
E. Steere. This should be a rat
tling good match, nnd there will
surely be a big crowd at the courts
to watch the game.
Gee Is, without doubt, a Mrst-class
man, nnd Steere, who Is the stur
plater of the Pacific Clb, Is also a
player ot no mean merit. The
meeting of these two men wilt start
the tournament off with eclat.
F. E. Greenfield, the Ewu crack,
will meet J, A. Itlchnids und a fine
match should result. The former
I layer Is nlwuvs In good form and
may be depended upon to make
Hlchards extend himself. The lat
ter Is the youngest man In the tour
nament, and as he Is a strong,
heady plajer, his work right through
the competition will be watched with
The entries closed with sixteen
men on the list, and most ot the
best platers In tho Territory are
going to play. The ehtry book ns
regards the doubles will be kept
open till Saturday for the gentlemen
pairs, but the mixed doubles will
have to be entered for before to
Entries close this afternoon for
the Iadlea's1ngles, nnd play will be
gin on Thursday, The matches for
foday aro as follows: At 4 p. m.,
Gee vs. Steere; Long vs. Water
house; C. R. Hemenway vs. Theo
dore Richards. At 4:30, Greenfield
vs. Hlchards; llrewster vs. Sinclair;
Macconnel vs. Conness. At 5 p. m.,
Gray vs. llartlett; Deerr vs. Macau-
Borne of today's matches should
provide real good sport, and a line
can be got on the chances of the
various men, some ot whom aro not
well known as tennis players. The
drawings for the singles are as fol
lows: First Pound T. P. W. Gray vs.
P. R. Ilaitlett; Major C. a. Long
vs. G. W. Waterhouso; P. E. Green
Meld vs. J. A. Richards; J. Mac
connel vs. L. S. Conness.
Second Round E. S. Gee vs. P.
E. Steere; Noel Deerr vs. J. Maccau
lay; C. R. Hcmenway vs. Theodore
Richards; J. W. W. Drewster vs.
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Yesterday afternoon tho Freshmen
and Seniors of tho Myrtlo boat club
had a brush over tho regular courso,
and tho Seniors handed It to tho olh
or crow b about ton lengths. All the
crews aro out on the water every
evening now-a-days and the men nro
getting Into good shape.
E. D. Blanchard Is back from Aus
tralia and, llko overyono olso who ever
made tho trip, Is telling of tho good
time he had, and expressing his bui
prise at tho way In which tho Kanga
roolanders go In for sport of all klndu
bIx miles run.
On tho other hand tho ten miles
race would bo a hot one from thu
flash ot tho pistol, and If tho tlmo put
up by Downey and company would not
compare favorably with that of main
land runnors, the present writer Is a
long way off lu his guess,
Dy all means get tho men together
Over a fairly decent distance, that tho
host men could cover In good stylo,
without recourso to a Jolt from a
"needle" to keep them going.
Let us have clean healthy sport or
nnno at all. It Is a matter ot notor
iety that dopo was used in tho last
Marathon by soma ot tho runners.
Such practices are the limit, and It an
other full dlstunco Marathon Is run
thorn is no doubt that drugs will be
Let the Athletic Park people, stand
for tho right thing and don't get per
suaded that a Marathon Is tho thing
to draw a crowd. Then ten miles race
would draw twlco tho number of poo-
Iplo and would be worth watching.
A Great Show for the
Two Hours Solid
Change of bill every Monday and
General Admission 10 cents
Reserved Orchestra Chairs
15 and 25 cents
Seats may be reserved in advance.
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION. 3 TO P
EVENINO SESSION, 7:30 TO 10:30
Exhibition of :
Fancy Skating f
Miss Emma Wiener J
Champion Lady Skater of the World. W
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COMMENCING MONDAY. ,t
Aug. 23. 1909, at 7:30 P. ?I. v
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Change of program three times a
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