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F.VENIN,GBtnXETtN, HONOLULU, T. H. TITSnAT, Aim. 26, 1910,
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Wines and Liquors
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TEE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to ell parti of the city twice daily.
Telephone 4 Family Trade a Specialty Telephone 4
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS
J; A. GILMAN,
' Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parfott & Co., San Franoisoo
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.,
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(GniNNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuman Clock Co. '
(WATCHMAN'S' CLOCK) " .
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
ROOM 400, JUDD BUILDING, HONOLULU. l H.
Nothing so choice for the table as
Ask your grocer for it
" At Reasonable Prices "
Furniture at r
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER ALAKEA AND KING STREETS
FACTORY ALAPAI STREET
The French Laundry
Careful hand work by skilled laundereri,
25S BERETANIA STREET J, ABADD3, Proprieio'r
WVT, STEVENSON. J
OAHU LEAGUE. atittaaattntiaan:inan MILITARY LEAGUE.
! v COMING EVCNT3. J '
OPENING GAMES ON
0. A. CS. VS. MARINES,
AND J. A. CS. VS.'P. A. C3.
Prospects Bright for New Series
Big Parade of All Four Clubs
Band Will Lead Procession.
Next Sunday the O.ihu llaseball
I.eugue will start up Its regular se
ries at the Athletic Park, ami the
opening games will no doubt be nt
tei.ded by ull tlie funs of the city,
The gtounds will be In excellent or
der, providing thut It doca nut actu
ally rain on the day ut the starting
up of the league.
The first game will be between the
C. A. Cb. and the Murines, and ouce
more the followers of the game will
jet their full measure of Joy when
the umpire cnlls.yi'lay ball." The
C. A. Ca. have been practising for n."
nn tlln .n.i .. .1 lltnif fiin 111 flnst'
IU11 II ill C JHIBI. UkU Uic; uiu -
condition and ready to make
half-wets sit upwind take notice,
from the, first barT pitched.
The Marines have had a lot nf ball
games lately, and they seen! to- play
an Jn-nnd-out game. One day they
will ao line worn ana win a maim,
and the next time they turn out they
ran not do anything right and are
beaten by soma team that should
have rjo chance with them.
The only tning certain is mat mo
two teams that play In the first game
will have an opportunity to liven up
the fans and get them going Iri good
shape far the series. i,
The second game will bo between
the J. A. Cs. and the 1. A..CS., and
the' latter team of Portuguese lll
ahow what they can do on the dia
mond, It wlll.be their first appear
ance under their new name, and as
Louis Soares will catch for them,
they should stand a chutico of mak
ing good. All the plajera dT, the
club are of Portuguese parentage,
and the team will never play anyone
who Is hot of Portuguese blood.
The Chinese Athletics are also all
of the Chinese race, and they only
play men of their own nationality.
There are some hue plujera In the
ranks ot the C. A. Cs., and they will
go close to cinching the champion
ship this ear.
The Marines are, ot course, all
members of that branch of the ser
vice, and they have the esprit . de
corps that carries them through
many a tight place. The only team
that la made up of a mixed national
ity Is the Japanese Athletics, which
nine comprises about all the races
In Hawaii except tho Japanese. At
nrnes a Japanese, does play or) the
teui, but It Is very seldom. Still,
the Uttm Is supported" by Jhe Japan
ese community, and they take a great
pride Mtt-the fact that they won the
chamb.'Otishlp last year. " The Japan
ese fans'Mlt'e very loyal to their rep-
reaentatrviyi, and root In a way that
Is the envy of all the Other teami
All four teams In unlforn) will
Our place. is the;resort of men who appreciate com
fort, good, tastegdrid Service, good fellowship.-
. ' StayVrhinute or an hour; buy or not.
J YOU'RE WELCOME
It's' The Fashion ?'
Hotel ilea tfoi
t: Secretaries and managprs
U nth etlc clubs rro Invited to send ti
St In Hie tlntus of any events which. tl
It they lino bn gutting up fur In- it
it Hellion iiinlcr tha ubiivc head, ti
il AiIiIiush all coniniunlcallonH to ti
it tho Spurting Kdltnr. U ill lot In. it
it Baseball. it
it MII.ITAUY t.KAnui:. tt
it April 30 Fort Shatter vs. Kurt it
it linger! N. O. II. vs. Marines. it
it I'l.ANTATION I.KAlltJb. il
it May 1 Kwa vs. Wnlaluu. n
tt Mnv 1--Alca vs. Walpnliu. it
it July International Games. ii
it Oahu Leoaue. it
H ATHLETIC PAIIK.
m m. ,.,,.. 1. .... 71
May i-t, A. C. vs. U. H. ,I. C; ill
May 8 y. 8, MC. vs. J. A. C.i
a i a. c. v. c. a. c.
May IB I'. A. C. vs. U. S M. C;
C. A. C. ys. J. A. C.
ii School League.
it Apill 30 I'un'Jiou vs. St
ii Kama vs. Highs,
ti May 2 Kanui vs, St. I.oiiIr,
U May 4I'iinnlion ,". HIkIi.
it ' Skating Marathon.
H May 30-Frlncorfs Rink.
4 Golf. '
it April 24 Medal Play,
Aug 31-Ilogoy Tournament.
ti May 7 Openlng'of season,
it Tday to Cooper Cup.
ti June, S Macfarlane"Cup.
ii July S Sea Wron Ilaco.
" Trap Shooting.
it April 27 Weckly'J3up. 8
u - Horsecmcing. U
tt t WAII.UKU. t
tt July ,--Inter-Islaml meet, il
tt . Trans Pacific Yacht R're. M
tt July 9 Start from 8an Pedro. tt
tt World's Champion, tip Fight, il
tt July 4 .James Jeffries vs Jack "iX
tt Johnson. tt
tt i tt
meet ut the corner ut Kort and King
street at 1 o'clock on Sunday, and
then the parade, heQded by the Ha
waiian band, will piarch down to the
Athletic Park, were the first ball
ot the serleB will be pitched by Chas.
HusUce. Ills Honor Mayor Kern
will also be on deck, and lie, will
grate the parmle with his presence.
The prospects for n successful seu
non appear bright, and as the men
who are running the show this ear
are determined to keep things going
right, through the season, there
should be no such plllkla as arose
ii it ii
DOTS, AND DASHES.
Mrs. Noah Drusso, who happens to
bo "Tommy Burns" wife, la a through
passenger on tho Makura, whloh ar
rived at this port from Australia Jlhls
Thero will be a tennis .tournament
at the Y. M, C. A. courts In tho near
future, and sumo of the oldtlme play
ers will be seen In action soon. '
-Tho skating Marathon was well
handled and the next one on May 39
will be every bit as good.
, m i .
Theodore Roosevelt Jr., Is coming
tii San raticlsco in Juno with his
Dr. W. A. I-ampo Is granted a di
vorce 'and his wlfo will get 'no all-
NEW SCHEDULE IS
SIX TEAMS IN THE
Original Barry's Beauts to Play
Fort ftueer Also in Series
Good Games Anticipated,
"ow " le new acneuuie ni mo
mltary league Is rearranged and the
tun nvlrn nlttmi anturnil fni flm pnm.
J. petition, some Idea of the extent of
ft baseball In these Islands may lie
""gathered. What with the Oahu, mllj-
2 tary, p amotion, school and pilnor
. . "'le.igues, there will be somtthlng do.
i. , 5,lng during the camll.g senson.
gjNThe OalAi league stnrts operations
5. next Sunday, ni.d the plantation bojs
II ulwVgot n move on. The military
league will make n second stab at
j, their 'series, and the schtol teams
j, will also get going some. There
' should be some tine fun In and
fvuiound tho city for fie next few
!!j The military league, which origin
"'ally consisted ot four teams, has now
been Increased to six nines, and the
Kurt Ituger boa and the popular
Harry's lleauts will now play In the
,. The Ruger lads were seen on. the
diamond a couple Of times last season,
and although they had on both occa
sions come straight from their Jobs
of throwing rocks around, they did
fairly well. Two of their men after
wards pluyel with the Kallbla, In
the Ouhu Icasuo, and made good, too,
Harry's lleauts are too, well known
to require any mention, but as sev
eral of the Hospital Co. men are also
on the N. O. II. team, It Is not known
how the nines will be made up.
' All the Sunday games In which tho
Cavalry figure will be played at I-el-lebua,
and tho Schorleld Harracks
boys will be aula to aeo their own
team at work out at the cautonment,
MILITARY IIA8KIIALL, 8CIIEDUI.K.
April 30 Kort Shatter va. Kort
Huger; National Guard vs. Marines
May 1- Hotpltul Coips vs. Cav
May 7 National Ouitd vs. Kort
Shatter; Marines vs. Hospital Corps,
May 8 Cavalry vs. Kort Ituger.
May 14 Natloml Guard vs. Kort
Ituger; Kort Shatter vs. Hospital
May IE Marines vr. Cavalry. .
May SI. Marines vs. Port Shat
ter; Kort Ruger vs. Horpltal Corps.
Ma 22 National Guard vs. Cav
alry.. May 28 Marines vs. Kort Ruger;
National Guard vs. Hospital Corps.
May 26 Fort 8haftr vs. Cavalry.
Jupe 4 Fort 8hafter vs. Port Ru
ger;, National Guard vs. Marines.
June 6 Hospital Corps vs. Cav
lryv 'June 11 National Guard vs. Kort
Shatter; Marines vs. Hospital Corps.
June 12 Cavalry vs. Fort Ruger,
June- 18 National Ouartt vs. Fort
Ruger; Fort Shatter vs. Hospital
Juno 10 Marines vs. Cavalry.
Juno 25 Marlues vs. Fort Shaf-ter:-Port
Huger vs. Hospital Corps,
Junl 26 National Guard vs. Cav
July 2 Marines vs. Fort Huger;
National Guard vs. Hospital Corps,
July 3 Fort Bhufter vs. Cavalry.
July Fort Shatter vn. Fort Ilu-
"The Two Jacks"
FRIDAY AFTERNOON OR EVENINO, APRIL 20TH. 1010
As per Arrival and Sailing of the S. S. Marama
THE WORLD-FAMOUS PIANIST
MADAME TERESA CARRENO
PIANO RECITAL -
PRICES $1, $1.50 and $2
SEATS on Sale at BergstronrMusIc Co., Monday, April 25, at 10
o'clock a. m,
ger; National Guard vs. Marines.
July I0( Hospltul Corps h. Cav
alry, July 1C National Guard s. Kor'
Shufler; Marines vs. Hoi Itnl Corps
July 17 Cavalry vs. Hurt linger.
July 23 National Guurd vs. Kort
Ituger; Kurt Shatter vs. Hosprtvl
July 24 Marines vs. Cavalry.
July 110 Marines vs. l"ort Shat
ter; I'ort Ituger vs. Hospital Corps.
Jul 31 National Guard vs. Cuv
nlry. August 0 Marines vs, Kort Itu
ger; National Guard vs. Hospital
August 7 Kort Shatter vs. Cav
il I ry.
August 13 I'ort Shatter vs. Kott
Ituger; National Guard vs. Marines.
August 14 Hospltul Corps vs.
August 20 National Guard vs.
Kort Shatter; Marines vs. Hospital
August 21 Cavalry vs. Kort
August 27 National Guard vi.
Kort Huger; Kurt Shatter vs. Hospi
August 28 Marines vs. Cavalry.
September 3 Marines vs. Ko t
Shufter; Kurt Ituger vs. H0spll.1l
September 4 National Guard 1.
September 10 Marines vs. Ku't
.linger; National Guard vs. Hosplt il
September 11 Kort Shatter is.
tt it ti
MIKE IS (HEAT
Many Couples Enjoy Two-Steps and
Waltzes fretentaiicn 61 Medals.
All those who were turtuuato
enough to lie present at the danc.
given by the Japanese Athletic Clu'.i
on Suturdav night had the time of
their lves. The nor was perfect and
the music was of tiiu kind that makes
even tho three hmi.lreU pounders get
up-und try a tvtu-stcp. All the dec
orations weie tint', and the light re
freshments that were on hand were
the best ever.
During the course of the evenlug
the medals won b the different play
ers last season ume presented to the
men who earnoj them by brilliant
work on the diamond.
Manager Maruilllnu ot tho Oahu
League presented the trophies and
Mrs. Nojley pinned them on tho
breasts of the heros. A gold medal
Went to Joe Hoss who had the best
batting average of the club, and three
othor medals were given to Franco,
for stolen buses, Aknnu, second in
batting nvc ages, and Hoopll for host
The ill. 1KB was Kept up till a lato
houi nu. was much enjoyed; many
of the invited people could not at
tend us mey were engaged at the
skating race at the rink.
DOTS AND DASHES,
Tho boxing contests which nro to bu
hold ut tho Urpheum undor tho man
agemeut of Jack McKnildeii nro loom
ing up as good things nnd tho McCul-lough-Wahllanl
go should be a fluo
According to tho press accounts of
the Burns-Lang light the former cham
pion had his work cut out to defeat
the Australian, and tho decision In
Hums' favor was a fairly close thing.
Be a Booster for Hawaii and attend
the Vaudeville entertainment at 'he
Empire on Hawaii Yacht night,
SATURDAY : : APRIL 30
(Iron Man of Fort Shatter)
Fifteen Rounds "for Welterweight
TWO RATTLING PRELIMINARIES
JIM H0A (Native Wonder) vs.'
LIMEY RICHARDS (Camp Very)
Four Rounds. 1
0UNG OANS vs. SARC0NI Six
ADMISSION Rinnide. S2: Re
served Seats, $1.50 and $1; Gallery,'
On Sale at Fitrpatrick Bros.1 Cigar
Stand, Hotel and Fort Streets.
Hawaiian Opera House' ,
The McRae Stock Co. l a
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Author of "Paid in Full"
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Comedy Knockabout Artists, Singera
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KJi.cnl Comedy Artists
10, 15, 20 and 23 Cents
Corner Nnuana and Pauahi StreetT t-
mayo & rome"
Comedy Sketch Team
Singing and Dancing t.
MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY
Fort Street Below Beretank
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MISS FLORENCE MELN0TTE
MOTION PICTURES 1
Admission So., 10c, 15c.
From the Orpheum. San Francisco
Premier Pianist of the Far East
Open Every Afternoon and Evening
(26 Miles 385 Yards)
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 23
For the McCandjess Trophy and a
Handsome Gold Medal
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