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HONOLULU, T. It., THURSDAY,
N.G.H. Champions To
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N. G. H. CHAMPIONS OF MILITARY LEAGUE THEY WILL PLAY
THE ARTILLERY NINE ON SATURDAY AT LEAGUE GROUNDS.
On Saturday when the N 0. II.
baseball nine stop onto the clluuionil
and start their sumo Hgalust ttie
Artillery team, there will be very
few vacant sents on the grandstand.
TIcketB are selling like wlldllro, and
there Is no doubt tht one of the
the - i
biggest crowds ever keen nt the old
league grounds will lie present to
nee the N. O. II. chatnlpons go up
ugalnst the newcomers, who are re
ported to be the real thing In bane
ball Meanwhile, Sergeant Harry Is not
worrying any, and openly states
that l( one of the gunners gets to
llrst he will bo astonished. The
Guards have not had much practice
lately, and consequently are a lit
tle out of form, still tho wny they
handle the ball will give the Artil
lery the shock of their lives.
Thcro Is going to bo one glorious
time nt tho League 0 rounds on Snt-
urdny , and It will remind one of tho of baseball nt present. The dlffer
tlme when tho Military League was cnt regiments and fortB have work
in full swing nnd everybody crowd-. cd up a keen rivalry among them-
ed to see the ghmes. The Artillery
have played n lot of ball In the
States, and fiom all reports they
have got together u very strong i
Tho Guards are the boys for ball,
and they never know when they aro
beaten. They will sure put up a
LOCAL AND COAST.
Up at tho von llamm-Young garage'
things aro just as busy ub they can
possibly bo. Tho lepatr shop Is sim
ply crowded with machines that need
attention and tho staff Is kept going
all tho tlmo,
Mr. Ikxlgo, tho mnuager of tho gar
age, Is very pleased with the way
things aro rushing ulong nnd says that
business Is real brisk.
Hob Shingle's Thomas car Is being
overhauled and repainted In readiness
to bo shipped to the coast. Shlnglo
nnd a party of friends mado the trip
around Hawaii in tho Thomas, and
had absolutely no mlshnps, although
some of Iho roads In tho Kona and
llnmnkua districts were fierce
Mr. Shlnglo bellotcs In patronizing
local Industry and Instead of taking
tho car to tho mainland with htm und
having It repaired thcro, gavo tho Job
(o tho Honolulu people, and will get
Just as good work done, and will also
have tho satisfaction of knowing that
ho Is spending tho money at home,
Georgo Hockley's new garago nt tho
corner of Hotel and Alakea, lit-rapidly
approaching completion, and will bo
nn addition to tho auto stands of the
cltyi Ileculey recently bought several
new machines nnd no doubt ho will get
AUG. 26, 1909,
great game on Saturdny, and It goes
without sning that the rooting of
the fans Is going to bo tho real
thing. Soldiers me the champion
looters of nil, mid the stunts they
put up at tlincB are Us funny as a
- clrcus. "" .m. - ;
Then the regular big league gnme
will also be played, and the I'uiih
nnd Kama will try conclusions.
This should bo a real good game, ns
the teams are nbout evenly matched,
and nil the players are very keen
about winning the match.,
Hull! teams linvn been strength-
encd a lot, nnd tho younger players
who are maMng their debut In big
ball arc certainly showing that they
aie worthy of the confidence placed
It Is hoped that the Military
League starts up again soon, as
more Interest lb tkn In the play of
tho soldiers than In any other kind
seUes, nnd whenever two teams
from the camps meet thore Is a
fluHt of rooting and funny remarks,
The first game will start at 1:30
o'clock, and the second at about
.IMS, and anyouo who wants to
make sure of a. seat had better get
to work quickly and buy a ticket.
a fair shnro of tho trado.
Frank Thompson's Locomobile or
rhed on thu Lurllno jesterdny, and It
certainly Is a fine looking machine.
The cor Is of SO H. P. and will bo able
to get up a tremendous Bpeed when
let out to tho limit.
C, Hedcmann has a fast motor boat
fitted with u 2 It. I. engine; thoVraft
is 18 feel overall. 1. P. Kimball, of
tho Honolulu Iron Works has also
gnuo'ln for n motor boat nnd his Is
tho samo typo us llcdeiunnn's.
Ily thu Lurllno tho Schuman garage
pcoplo rccched two locomobiles and
also thirty mules camo to hand for
tho company on tho snmo vessel
Miss Hcatrlco Campbell has sold her
little Ilulck to Dr. Haymond of this
city nnd tho doctor has a beautiful
A motor patrol wagon In service
In llaltlmoro has entered 2,500
miles since Mny J 9, nnd has never
been nut of commission.
i Now tnxlcab rumpamos hnvo
been organized at Now Orleans,
Aiompnis nnu lioston, with a com
bined capitalization of 1565,000,
Navy Team Wins
CAMP PEHIIY. Aug, 23. The Na
tional Hide trophy jesterduy went to
the Navy team with n score of 3801
The United States Infantry te.mi made
the next highest score, namely 3752.
Although tho N. O. II. was not ex
pected to win file National Itllle Ho
phy, the above result will be lead w)i
Interest. The Navy team by tlml
win hnvo simply shown thai they an
Just ns much nt home with the small
guns us with thu big ones.
Ily defeating the Infantry liv th
margin of 49 they hine cstablishi"'
'hi1 fact that they are as good shuti
ih are In hn found 111 the world. Tin
S. 0. II. total, nnd standing In tin
idioot, will probably bo forwarded to
day and wilt be published In niiotluM
column of this issue.
Great Doings n
Tennis Line at Ewa
At Kwa next Sunday, the annual
Men's Hitndlcjp Doubles will be plued
iff. Quite u bunch of phi)ers have
entered fur thu event nnd tho mime
ind handicaps aro us follows; Mi
Keever nnd Greenfield, owe 40; Eem
nnd Collins, scratch; McLean and N
Ian, rec. 3-0 of 15; O. K. Ilentun. Ji
Hnd J. Schmldtt, rec. 3 6 of 15; Km
roth nnd McSurchern, rec. IS; Now-
ley and Ynmamoto rec. IS; Silver
nnd ground, rec 5; Douglas unrt
Oldlng. rec. 15 nnd 3-6 of IS; 0. P.
Kenton, 8r. anil (iulld, rec. IS nnd 3-6
of 16; VaniMtlu and Oouvea, rec. 15
und 3 6 of 15; Kkland and llrote, rec.
30; Davidson nnd M tiller, rec. 30,
STANDING OF CLUBS AUG. 18.
V. L. Pet.
Pittsburg 74 20 ,71!)
Chicago 69 35 .664
New York 61 38 .616
Cincinnati S3 51 .510
Philadelphia 47 05 .461
St. Louis 43 58 .426
Ilrooklyn 37 65 .363
lioston 26 79 .248
W. L. Pet.
Philadelphia 66 42 .611
Detroit 65 42 .607
Uoston 65 44 .596
Cleveland 55 54 .505
Chicago 52 CS .486
New York 49 56 .467
St. Loul 4G 60 .429
Washington 32 76 ,296
V. L. Pet.
San Pranclsco 90 60 .643
Los Angeles 79 E8 .576
Portlund 74 55 .574
Sacramento 63 70 .474
Oakland G5 85 ,393
Vernon 47 90 ,343
Tho Myrtlu Krcshinen had 11 go at
the Seniors last evening nnd iw far ns
tho buoy beat them. Tho Hciilanl
Freshmen also had a flutter with their
Senior crew und simply walked nway
On Saturduy night August 28 tin St.
Louis Coilego Alumni will give one of
their pleasant dances. These affairs
aro always tho best over and overyono
enjoys themselves at the functions.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 28. 1009
1:30 p.m. Ft. Ruger vi. N. G. H.
3:30 p. m. Punahous and Hams.
Tickets on sale at M. A. Gumt & Co.
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION. 3 TO .
EVENING SESSION. 7:30 TO 10:30
Miss Emma Wiener
Champion Latly Skater of the World.
15c; Skates, 15c
A Great Show for the
Two Hours Solid
Change of bill every Monday and
General Admission 10 cents
Reserved Orchestra Chairs
15 nnd 25 rents
Scats may be reserved in advance.
Open Air Theater
Fort Street Below Bcretania.
(FTora the Empire Circuit) .
MU8ICAL MONOLOGUE ARTIST.
Admission 10 and 15 cents
Children 5 cents
New Feature Film
Manufactured by the Celebrated
Pathe Freres, Paris.
Change of program three times n
week Mondar. Wednesdnv nnd Pri.
Aug.23. 1909, at 7:30 P. M.
EVERY LASS HAS" A QUEEN
THE REFORMED DRUNKARD
Suuday, August 29
U. S. M. C. vs. K. A. C.
JA. C. vs. C. A. C.
Reserved Seats 15c and 25o
Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co..
Ltd., King Street.
Formerly cutter for H. P. Roth, is
now in charge of L. B. KERR &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.