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1VHN1N0 BOLLBT1N, HONOLPLP,, T. !! J-rflDAY. FEB. t, 1910.
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j Evening Bulletin
75c. Pep Month
BY V. L.
If the rain will only hold off to
morrow and Sunday, some of the
best baseball seen In Honolulu fdr
a long time will be seen at tho
lenguo gtounds. The Jacklcs al
ways draw n ciowd to their games,
aud tho presenco of their shipmates
alwajs mukes tho men do their very
beat. It Is u tieut to alt In the
grandstand ulid listen to the remarks
made by tho ilval news na tholr
repicsentntlves on the diamond
cither make or luso n point.
No fun who saw the game between
the West Virginians and the Wush-'und
"B"""'i ww Sit u mils HKd, LUUiU
possibly wish to have a better time,
It was the limit as regards the gen
tle art of rooting, and the two ships
bands thai were seated on either
side of the grandstand had a ton
test all, to themselves, and perhaps
they did not make a noise; oh, not
When the combined fleet nine
step onto the diamond tomorrow to
try conclusions with tho best service
team In Hawaii, I. e., the Uuards,
there will Buroly be at big crowd of
civilians, sailors yund soldiers pres
ent at tho ground.
It Is a long time since the fans
have seen exciting ball, and there Is
no doubt that they are longing to
get out and root for the home team
when they face the visitors. Ser
geant Barry feols confident that his
bunch Of ball-swatters can take the
goat of the combined nine, but there
Is no denying that the sailors are
a strong aggregation aud that un
less the Guardshavc their very best
team on the field, the match may go
10 me jacKies.
When tho two teaniB met before,
the Guards had more or less of a
makeshift team, and the consequence
was that they went down to tue
tune of 3 to 1. Several of tho men
did not turn up to play in the game,
and the result was that tUe Ouardu'
name was M. U. D. '
However, all the Ouardsraen know
what depends on 'tomorrow's game,
nhd th.i strongest tCftm the citizen
soldiers cott get together will "face
the Bailors. Bushnell la certain to
play, and as there was some doubt
dboUt his being able to set off for
the afternoon, the 'fans will be. glad
to hear that everything has been ar
ranged O. K.
There will be two games on both
afternoons, and there will be abso
lutely no charge made at the gates.
Everything will be free, and besides
tho ball games there will be an add
ed attraction In the presenco of tho
Hawaiian band on Saturday after
noon, and tho bands from tlje Colo
rado and West Virginia on Sunday.
The first game tomorrow will be
between the Tenncsseo team and the
Tort Shatter boyB, and In It some
good play should be seen. The sol
diers will do their best to uphold
Oahu, and the Jackles will nmke a
bold bid on behalf of Neptune.
On Sunday the Initial game will
be between.the Marines and the Ten.
nessee, and again a good mutch
should result. Gibson and Hlnes
,wlll be tho pltchera for the half
wets, and old reliable Anderson will
be on the receiving end. The Ma
rines will do their utmost to beat
the Jacklcs, and thep If Harry's
Ueauts defeat the combined nine
there will be so'me Joy In Honolulu
at' tho double win.
Kverj body Is Invited to attend the
ball games tomorrow and Sunday,
and it hare will-be a treat In store for
the fans when the umpire cries
"I'lay-ball1'- for the first time.- '
Cullen Boxes Thorn J
Who Beat Unho z
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Dick Cullen, the well-known light
weight, who boxed Charlie Jlcllly a
couple of-tlmes In this city, Is 'doing
well In Australia. He Is matched
tofflght FVank Thorn twenty rounds
on "Thursday next.
Thorn" has twice defeated Uoer
Unholislnco the latter arrived In
the, Land of the Kangaroo, and If
Dick getBawny with TrTorn'e scalp,
ho will be doing fine workt as the
man who defeated the Boer must, be
a really good boxer.
Cullen, In a note to the B u 1 1 e
1 1 n, says that he has appeared in
several exhibition, bouts, and that
already ho sees a number of engage
ments ahead for 1910.' He Is a fa
vorite "down under," and has .made
many friends during hU previous
visit to the Land of tho Southern'
The game Uttle lightweight
wishes to be remembered to all his
Honolulu friends, and snys that he
will always have a warm spot In his
heart for Hawaii nel. According to
pullen, Tommy Hums looks well and
should have no trouble In defeating
Long, should they ever meet, '
Since Cullen wrote, n mateh has
been made hotween Lang nnd Burns.
Goes T6 (jh cafec
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It will be heard vrttti regret thai
u. . uee. the ctianiplofi tennis nla'
cr of Hawaii, lg' le-tvlng on tin
In IT nil the
transport ugan this evening for
thy mainland'. Mr. Oee reielved a
cable this morning ordering Mm to
proceed to Chicago.. The thauga Is
111 thfl Will flf tirAintfsHn.. .. .
... ...., . ,....u.iuii( mm al
though sorry fli" "leave Honolulu
Oee, of com so, welcomes the Btep up
uifsiier in me service.
Tennis jilaers1ln this city will
miss Cec tery much. Hu Was a rea.
Ilvo wire in ftcitlnit uu nmtMi,.
tournaments, -and It Was laree.
ly owing to Ul eftoils that the DavU
Cup men, McLOnghlhf and. Long,
"c w jivibuuucu iu siop over in iio
iiMuiu foi a week and play the local
As soon as Gee arrived from m.
nlla ho began to gt into the tennis
game, and soon it was seen thu he
was in the championship class. An
booh 08 he had got Into form, pla)
for the Wall Cup Was started, antl
the new arrival had no difficult in
getting his name engraved on the,
uupuy ior mo nisi tune.
Then tho annual championships,
singles and doubles, came up for dis
cussion, and the" man from Manila
won otit again. 'Hoth. the rntlipo
champion, did mjt" compete, which Is
much to be regretted, os now tne
Question ns to Which Is the bcttei
player will never be settled.
rt few weeksagu Gte.ngaln won
the Wull Cupaiid his name now'ap
peais twice on the trophy. The.con
dlllons of the cup are that It S d
bo won three times by the same
man, aud It la a' remarkable- colli-cldi-iice
that 'the only two men to
get their names on the tup twite,
hue both left the country.
Wairen, ,whd won the Wall .',;
twice, Is settled on ,thet mainland"
and now Gee, who also captured the
coveted honor1 on two oicimlons, hur'
grne away. The Wall Cup at thol
rate stands "a good 1-hance of becom
ing a perpetual trophy.
Gee's last, nubile aiihearnnrn' In
ynnls was when the Davfs Cup men
were ncre, and men he and "loth did
good work against the mainland ex
perts. The docal champion plajed
fine tennis against the Coast cracks,
and his net woik win alwajs bril
liant.' He will be tuitc.li missed In
L local tenuis circles, and It Is'the sin!
cere wish of ever) body that sortie
day ho nnd his thaimlng wife may
pay Hawaii a Visit and again 'show
the energy In ever) thing thoy un
dertake as they did In the' past.
Mr. and Mrs. Gee hao alwajs been
tho first to assist In aiiy' concerts of
shows 4hat the BOlilters at the differ
ent forts have gotten up, and their
elforts In tho wj of entertaining
thu lads behind the gulls have boon
much appreciated. ,
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Much Traveled Joys
To PJffi Locals
After all, Honolulu people wl'l be
able to see tho Columbia boys In
both field and Indoor' sports. The
lads, along .with mauy)diher,Makuru
passengers, aro now ln quarantine
n.r"t will not get out till Kebruar'y
Although rather rough on tho
combination of Major Pelxotto's, tho
enforced stay. In Honolulu will give
the boyB a chance to play some ball
games atralnst our Junor. Tjrie Co
lumbia oulfit'ls a strong o'ne, and
down-In Australia the;$an Kranclaco
boys showed most of 'the teams' how
to play ball.i The American gnmn,
Is played a good deal' down there,
and a large number of nines play
uuii every onuruuy
There Is plenty of time for the
local teams to arrange which bunch
will play the Columbia boys, and al
though the much-traveled youngsters
are good plajers, they will get, a big'
surprise when they see the class of
ball our boys "put up. -
As soon as tho quarantine is lift-,
ed, the Columbia boys will glje' ex
iiiuiiiuiis lit u;i Mmis,tana oeBiqes
baseball, concerts nnd other stunts
will 'be brought off. m, '
There would have been a lot of
disappointment felt In this city If
the lads who have traveled all over
Australasia were not heard here.
Ever) body has been talking about
4hr)Oung8terB' skill at ball and
football ho long, that there . was
much speculation ns to how strong
the combination really was.
Fulton (S) Berry Is. seriously 111 at
his home at Fresno, Cat,
Yee Chan & Co.,
I Cor. King and Bethel Sts, '
Seniors Still Lead
In Handball Games
There were two games plh'ycd In
the Y. Mi C. A. handball tourna
ment yesterday and a big crowd of
fans gathered ,nt, the gym to watch
thp play.. The first game waB be
tween Fook Ottf a Btudent, ond.J. T.
St. John,, a Senior. It was won by
'o'oli On by "n seme of 1.1 to 18.
The result of thin match win n mime
Of gicat jubilation among the stu -
ieniB, as ii was mo ursi one in
which they had defeated a senior
The bcco ml game of the series
was between McBryde Purvis and
Gertz, and a very close Contest re
Allied In n win for Gerlr, who
cored, 45 aces to Ills opponent's 42.
The game was well fought' out, nnd
up till the very end the result was
The senior team of twelve play-
ets Is In the lead' now hyva majority
of 5G points, and ns the tnll-cml of
their bunch Is not ns strong as those
that led off, the students hope, b)
.1 few vlitoilPs, to cutch up to them
md make a close finish of tho tour
The greatest Interest Is being
nke'n In tho motcties, and tho skill
ahown b'y soma of the pla)ers Is re
a v a
Norman Ilrooks, the champion
tennis player, was asked lately what
he thought about Australasia's
chance of holding the Davis Cup,
supposlng.be and Wilding were out
of the game. Biooks replied: "'In
that case, I think that If America
or England sent their strongest
team, we would have no chance of
holding the cup. Judging from
t.oug nnd Mcl.oughlln, who put up
men ii goou ugni against us, i snouiu
'ay' that the men who can beat them
In their uwn couutry there are
denty of thetn could defeat any
earn we could put In the field.
"Long and McLuughlln, although
nly joungstcis, and not Jong at I'm
innie, gave uoing nnu m)seu an
ve could do to defeat them, and,
bulging by that, the Americans who
it home can defeat Long and his
partner, would certallllj beat ariy
players we, have." .
Next Wednesday evening the .an
nual meeting br the Myrtle Boat
Cub will be ;held In the rooms ot
'he Merchants' Association nt 7 : JO
o'clock. All members are requested
o attend, as the jepnrt for the past
year will be read nnd all the ordi
nary business (Utended.,jfi..,. &
This evening at 7:30 o'clock, there
vlll be a meeting of the Hawaii
Yacht Club. All members are re
quested to be at -tho Young Hbjel at
I lie time mentioned, as the election
of officers wll takepluee and other
Important measures will be dis
cussed. " i
The Strawberry crews of the ilea
lanl are in active training for their
race of Sunday next, and a dlose
content Is anticipated. The winning
boat In Sunday's race will tnckle,the
Myruc rriir"fteiiiniivr in inciuig
taco on Sunduy, February 20.
The government dlrlglblo sent,' io
mo aviation meet at tqs Angeicg uy
tho government was found to "lie
leaky and worthless.
Thirty Americans, chief) women,
were presented to the Kaiser at once.
Three thousand Los Angeles work-
Ingmen are to join the meat strike.
Monro city has experienced1 the
coldest weather In many years.
, Ta- Wbn't run a
w nickel up .into a brown
sttoehouse. " There is '
no hocuspoeus about it.
It's effect is gradual and
.Advertising; is selling- Roods. It is the biggest of
. all business problems. It, is making; the other man
accept your pointVtrf view about your product. To "
i convince you mnst'hate ihe'most favorable conditions.
In Hawaii you will always find readers f the B u I
' letin ready to res'pond- to anything; right. Bul
letin readers believ in the BulleUn, To those
who sell through the B u 1 1 e t i n's advertising, the
battle is half won.
Boys of the Fleet
Drop in for a Long COLD Glasi of
Beer after the Ball Game at Aala
"On the Boad to Aala Park"
T0K HO TIOHE (the Irish Consul)
Use Carnation Milk
Instead of fresh Milk
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Meat Market and Importers.
C. 0 Yee Hop & Co.
FANCY DRY GOODS
' Wan Ying Chong Co.,
Kin 8t.. Ewa Fish Market.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in furnitare Mattressct
Ste., Etc AU Muds of K0A tni
ISSI0K FURRrrtTRX Xkdt T
for Rifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between Kins; and Hotel
4 elotk o'f A-l ooalltj cb t
chased fn .
. Bos Ml
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NIGRO MAY DEMAND A
PLACE ATWE8T POINT
WKST POINT K. V., Jan. 2L Kor
tho first time In mure than a quarter
of n. century Wctt I'olnt Is confronted
with tho possibility of having to ndmlt
a negro as a culct,
Tho negro, O llo It. Smith of Chcy
enno, Wyo, has been named as the
alternate for tho next Wjomlng a
cancy, whlrh will occur In n few
months. Seiutor Clark of Wjonilnc
mado 1111s aniiolntmcnt.
Older orcein hero say that tho on
"nr ' iiei-o cadet. Ititn IIih prim.
has always caused troublo.' Tho mo
ment tho black en'ois the urndenit
ho t;ooB Into "Coventry " and Is efloctu
ally ostracized until he Is graduated
llalllnger made it sarcastic, speech
nt WIIUmstown, Mass , In which ho
scored the politicians, his critics and
in " t I I ill
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MISS EVA ALVA
Sonc and Acrobatic Dance Artist -
Returning rom a Two Years' En
Easement in China and Russia
TKinicr Pianist of the Far East -MOTION
Th? Little D;umir.er of.'vh
Don't forct the CHILDREN'S
PRIZE- MATINEE on Saturday.
Fort Street Below Beretanla
MAY WALLACE and BOBBIE WAY
5s , 10c, 15c.
Corner Nuuana and Pauahi Streets
THE WALL SISTERS
HAWAIIAN HULA DANCE
In Conjunction With
Coast prices on
alt films: '
chemicals "and sun-
- dries of all kinds.
Post cards .and
Photo Supply Co.,
r ,Fort. Street
for Groceries. Phone 76.
ANn PT.nwp.n crprno . f
V "' lif
Mrs. Taylor, , ?&
fonng Bldg, Tel. 339. Jlt
ntENCH and' EYELET I
Mr I PnVnhprrf "
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Alexander Young Building Z
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonabla rrices. Karrlinn Tt1nV
Bretania and Fort streets.
Woman's Exchange '-
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