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I ' " '" 8JVENINQ BULLETIN, nONOLOLO, T. 11.. WEDNESDAY, DEC 1fi, '09
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KAPIOLAHI BLOCK. ALAKEA &KINO STS.
At tlie llerctnnln tennis courts
jesterdny afternoon mime exciting
iiiul Kood racquet work was done by
two nalrs of pla'crA. Hockus and
rattling good sets, in,,, Pnhimns
Indoor Baseball Is
Fine Exciting Garr.e
Indoor baseball Is certainly tilling
a long-felt want, and down at the
l'alnma gymnnsliim every night n
i;ood game Is to he seen. I.nst night
ugalnst one another, and pome tall
scoring wns done liy both sides.
The I'ulamus, although their total
wns 23, won out, as the Kullhls
could only compile 22. Forty-five
i' ml. although the hitter pla)cr
won two sets straight, 6-4, C-3, the
ptuy was cloior than the score would
During the two sets nearly every
game got to deuce nnd the "vantage runs Is going some, and the rooters
In" and "vantage out" was called were kept exercising their lungs all
many times during the match, (he evening.
Ilockus made some fine strokes, nnd At the end of their ninth Inning
his serve was especially strong; his the Knllhls weie lending by ono run.
willcylng was ory clean and crisp but thn 1'nlamas were not to ho dc
und ho did rcmniknhly well. tiled, and they ramo up determined
Castle pin) Pel his usual heady tn win out or hurst. The way they
gamo and 'showed a good, all-around knocked the ball about wns a stir
l.nowledgo of the sport by defent- prise to tho Kallhts, nnd there was
lug a phicr of Itockus's caliber. Mitncthlng doing all tho time until
Tho Dccrr-Itlotow mutch, which the Kallhl woic was passed utid lert
hail to be discontinued owing to tho behind a mile.
light falling on tho previous day, Chlntti and Will Desha formed tho
was finished jestcrday, und It, too, battery rot-"tho I'alamns, and they
provided n rloso game. Dcerr won did good wink. Holster and Henry
inn, fi-l, fi-l, but only after somo Zcibo did like duty for (ho Knllhls.
good inlllci. mid the class of ball they pla)cd
There were nulto n number of wns really good for Indoor.
i-pcrtators present, nnd tho piny was i The line-ups of both loam
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The Home of Quality. Wines and Lin
wnlihed with the greatest Interest.
'I lip Iliickiis-C'iistlo match stirred up
a lot of excitement, nnd ino up
plnuse was given 'Impartially to
cither mini us ho made a good
This art '.-moon thu Koml-llnul
will be ptnjed. anil Clark will inert
Castle, and Deerr and Low will sro
who is tho bettor man. Until the
1'ulnniiiM-. CXnllo. rj Will Desha,
p; .1. loslah,' lb; A. Akiuu, 2bi A.
Al.imii, :ib; IM Itamaukii, ks; David
OokIiii. rf: D. Iloaplll. rf; S.iiii Sat
Knllhls Holster. r; Henrv Zeibo.
Ii P. Hire, lb; K. Caiinon, 2b; M.
Alnise, 3b; I). Collnirii, m; .1. .Mmrp.
if; A. I.edwnrd, ef. I.. Mnrlno. If:
ever) one will be glad to sco tho gamo
old Mnrathon winner competing at
tho heel-and-toe game. Ho hns no
style as a walker, but gets oicr the
ground all the same In quick time.
Ills short stride Is compensated tor
In- the rnnhlltv with which ho lifts
Numerous letters have reached
this office with reference to the first
iiiggesled Idea of starting the walk
ing rnces nt 1:30 o'clock. Not one
of the writers could sec any good In
the scheme of starting so early In
the afternoon. However, they will
nil he pleased noy, ns the hour hns
been altered to 2:30 for the open
walking race, and thnt will give
everybody a chance to see It and
then go down to the baseball gnmo.
There will be four starters In
the heavyweight race, and they arc
Hob Ingersoll, Willie Marshall, Kd
Marino nnd Webb. In tho veteran
race Knlbo and John Vorls will
No Baseball Sunday.
matihcs promise to bo good ones, nnd Jon Hunan mid Sam Uiinii, iitnplics.
n s: ;t
Veteran Expert Talks
Of Walking R.ices
"What do th'ry mean by this 'lock
step, anyhow?" remarked a world
tho two winners will hnvc to play
off to see who will hnvo the Honor
of tackling I. S. (lee, tho piesent
holder of the cup, for the much.
The Wall cup was Hi tho hands
of W. I. Warren, who won It
twice, when (Ice arrived In tho Is
lands. The Maiilln pin) or then took renowned 7ili.tlnie simrt tn n... writ.
the cup, and If he should win out C jcsteiday afternoon. The remark
this time hc.JiHi. will have two legs wa ,-,,, utr,be much-repented
lu'for tho prize. cxpn-mltni In a Honolulu paper.
Warren Is away on tho mainland e fnllmud up wnlklng races
and It Is unrertaln If ho will ictum ,,, ,nal,iand for many years,
to the Islands. In that case (Joe, In n, tn ,1L. ,,,,, ,1yi) w,leI1 tUttf wero
tho ovant of winning the prcsont KOme ical champions wnlklng In
loUinament, would stnnd a very good Mndlbon Suunin (iaiden, Now York
chance of getting the cup. which Is I1I1( , lImv, , New 0rican ,.y
imiiuii iur uvuij six iiiuiiiii-, iiii seen some of the
nis possession for all nine
the only starters, but the pair should
put up a good contest.
There nrc plenty of prlics for all
the events, and as only ten men arc
starting In the main race every
walker will jet two prizes, and that
Is going some for sure.
Seniors vs Juniors
On Sunday Next
Kvcr) thing Is being arranged for
the coming game of tho Diamond
Head nnd J. A. C. baseball scries
next Sunday, anil although Eddlo
Fernandez Is nway on Kauai with a
moving picture show anil Sumner Ii
also out of town, it good tine-tip
In the absence of I'crnanilcz, Paul
Hums will hold down first, ami ho
should do well In the position. Hob
Leslie will do tho twirling for thoJ
Dlnmond Heads, and Wluuo will
lalch him. Hill Hamilton will hoi
around in cno a chatigo of pitches'
Is needed, and as Hill has u way of
hanging out n home tin now and
ugiilti, the chances arc that he will
lift a ball over tho fence before the
games nrc pan. 1
There never has been a proper
game between a senior and n Junior i
team In this city ho far, and tho'
omlng sotles between tho two com
binations should prove very Inter
cut In k nnd oxcltlng.,
Tho Athletic Park will doubtless
be eiowdeil with fans when the Hist
ball Is pitched, nnd lime should ho
morn rooting done than there has
been for somo time pnst down at the
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P.rt Allen Nine,.
Snaps For Sale
Bungalow and choice lot,
College Hills $ 3,100.00
Bungalow nnd lot, Kaimu-
ki (just completed). 2,750.00
Cottage and lot, Liliha
House and lot, Kalihi . 2,700.00
Manoa Valley, tract about
i 110 acres $12,000.00
I Manoa Valley, tract about
Cor. Nuuanu and Pounohl Streets. 43 acres 4,300.00
Corn land, Kamaolc Maui
about 17 acres 700.00
Beach homes beyond Diamond
Head, Romanaic location and good
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"THE H0N0LUU FLIRT"
Wednesday and Thursday
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Friday and Saturday
THE MESSENGER BOX
Prices Children, 5 cents; Adults,
10 and 15 cents.
THE BEST MOVING PICTURES
Joan of j4rc
San Francisco Hotels
Prices as usual.
13 and 25c. Children 5c.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at its cooling nertlon with any
ami prcservntivo properties, uauiornia events.
Hreil Co. ngents.
men in tho world compete. And I
never heard the expression 'lock
iti'P or locked knees' used In Con
or the wnlklng
I "Knlr hee-nnd-ton wnlklng cov
ets even thing, nnd If thn inilees
A case of good beer is. a pretty good
thing to have in the house during the
Friends drop in during the evening,
and a glass of beer with some dainty
sandwiches or a Welsh rarebit is a very
important feature of the evening's en
You can order direct from the
Brewery or from your dealer. If from
the latter, be sure to specify Primo
Beer, as it is very light, and is brewed
specially for tnis climate.
Fort Street Below Bcretania
NEW DANCE HALL
Kukui St., near Nuuanu.
Open every night except Monday
Defeats Koloa Good Mu4 by Kawaihau Glee Club.
I Excellent floor arrangement.
On Sunday last nt Koloa,' Kaunl. Admission 10c. Ladies Free,
there was a fine game (of basohall . -
between the I'ort Allen nnd Koloa ACKE GLEE CLUB
nines. The former team won by a
score of 18 to 12. Music Furnished for All Occasions.
till to thn fourth llllllnir thn Kn. I
u uara lan.tl... I... t.n..rA .. ,.....1 Ratd VtrV T.AW
know nnythlng of tho game that Is
"II the rule wanted. I consider
Ayres' stj le of walking the only cor
reel fine linrl It lu llm u.,,ti., na
udopled all over the world by chain- !ho ''ort, A"n, 1,u.nch "K,k tho ,ea,'
plon nnd near-cliuniploii walkers. '" he e,'.Kh,h '"n,nB WCr0 hearU al
tons were leading by n score of four
runs, but tho Tort Allen boys got to 4
work nnd piled up the runs In quick Alakea Bldg., Alakea and King sts
order nnd eventually won ns above -
Theie wns a great crowd present.
Including a lot of ladles, who all
showed the greatest Interest in the
play. The cheers thnt went up when
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just oppcile lloltl St. Francll
Europ-nn Plan SI .60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick 'tructure, furnish
ings cost $200,000. High class hotel
atmod-rntc rates. Centrrof theatre
andreiail district. On car lines trans
ferring allover city. Omnibum-tt
all trains and steamers. Send tot
booklet with map of San Francisco,
Hotel Stewart now recognized h
address, "Trawcts." A U C Code:
1129 Fort St.
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BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
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"Of course many men walk per
lectly fair although they lean for
wnrd. but they don't amount to nny
thlng as expel Is at the game, and
I her aro llnblu to IjA'.lk verv pasllv
I If they Increase tholr tutio very
Tho above, lemarks show that a
i great deal of Interest Is being taken
! In walking races In this Territory,
land also that there Is no brunch of
i.port with perhaps tho oxcoptlon of
airship flying that somo ono of our
citizens have not got first-class
Tho Kalukaua avonuo walking
races for next Runday should all ho
good, closo events, and as Antono
Kuoo seems to have reconsidered his
, written stutoment to this papor, tho
old "Walalun Horse" will start In
This Is only ns It should bo, and
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,tc tit,u-iifo uiiu m,uicB hciv no
Koloa Kuliliunn, cf; Cockctt,
o; Kuhaulc, p. ss; Oyanui, 3b; A.
Souzji, 2b; A. Perry, ss, p: C. Jardln,
lb; Kalanl, rf; D. j. If.
Tort Allen L. Clement., rf; I.
Akana, If; J. Ornellus, 3b; Johnson,
lb; II. Moto. 2b; Kail, ct; Takltonl.
ss; J, Kurtado, c; Ah I.oe, p,
1 2 3 4 r. 6 7 8 9
Hun 130 2 0030 3 12
1 t A K C70Q
nuns 0 110C216 18
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