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""V ' .JVSI DECEIVED, . new shipment of the FAMOUS
This deliciout cheese comes in small tins and can be
had in the following assortment:
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CAMEMBERT, NEUFCHATTEL, BIERKASE.
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IJUUltl IIIKADLK AT
PORTUGUESE VS. MARINES,
rtmrFqr vq TAPAwrcrp
CHINESE. VS. JAPANESE)
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BIfc. Crowd Expected to Attend at
Athletic JFark Men-or-Wars-
men to Root for P. A. C,
Tomorrow afternoon nt tho Ath
letic I'ark, ,tlic Oahu loaRiio playcrw
will put up two Clinics that will kcop
the fans rucbsIiii; from nturt to fin-
lnh. The firat vpaain of Joy will ho
an encounter between tho I'ortu-
cueio AthletlcH mid tho Murines.
Now, thcro is a dish thai, all tho
nlicumstances considered, should pro-
vlftn Rritnn vorv pTrltlnir. hnll. Tlin
Mnrinoa aro fccllns tliemselvca lo ho
tho real candy kids, and they havo
ovory cause to bo us thc; have won
every gnmo they havo plnycd lately,
The J'. A. Ca., although defeated
In their first gnmo against rtho Jap-
uiictc Athletics, managed to beat tho,
Chlncso last Sunday, and tho 'San
MIijhcI linya played good ball, too.
When they go up ngalnst tho Ma-
rlnes tmnorrow. Soares & Co. will bo
feoll.B like. veterans, and all their
supportera will bo thero to root in a
way that has not he,eu heard .for a
Krellaa and Soarrs will form the
battery, and' If they .do as well as
tho'y did Inst week, tho half.wcts
havo a hard think coming as to
which team will win. Soareii 1ms
rejovorcd from tho nasty knock ho
got on Sunday and will he ready to
nlriy thf. gamo of hls'llfo and lo hojd
hia team together. -'
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Tho second gamo will ho between
the Chlneso Athletics and tho last
year's champions, tho Jupancso Ath-
Ictlrs. The C. A. Cs., nHhough lient-'jj
on last Humiuy ny tno Portuguese,
nro a good lot of players, nnd they
havo been practising hard nil tho
weok. Tho Chinese stars piny good
team ball, and they will mako tho
Japanese extend themselves In ordor
The Oahu Icagtio lsj?olng strong
this season, and for the past two
weeks the attendanco has been good.
Now that the Portuguese team lias
taken a winning streak, still larger
crowds aro sure to attond, ns the
scries Is becoming moro Interesting
The first gamo tomorrow will bo
IW Will UO'
athaf-past one o clock and by that
time thegrounds should ho crowded.
The second match will begin at 3:30
sharp and tho fans should no In
great form for rooting by hat time.
Thesallora of the Portuguese
man-of-war will be present In force,
and they will, no doubt, bo "tonl.h-,
ed at the way the game Is played In
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Intorcst In tho fortunes of the Tor-
tugucre team, nnd many of tho Jack-
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lea havo expressed their Intontlon or.
being present at 'tho gamo tomorrow.
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DOTS AND DASHES,
Hliih Schoul nnd Punnhou will play
their gunia In tho Intfrscholastfc scrlei
this afternoon at Alexander Mold,
diimo starts at 3:30' o'clock: St, Iiiiih
and Kama will play nt tho Kamchanic
Jia'flold, an1 tho gamo will start at
tho same tlmo an tho other match.
Tho chowder and yncht racox at
Pearl Harbor should 'bo good, and a
big crowd of sailing men Intend mak
ing the trip.
Our place is the resort of men who appreciate com
fort, good taste, good service, good fellowship.
Stay a minute or an hour; buy or not, ,
Hotol near, Fort
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:t , COMINQ EVENTS. tt,
tt 8ecrotarIca and mnnngcra of tt
tt nthlollc clubn aro Invited to Kond tt
tt In tho dates of any eventu which tt
tt thoy nmy bo guttlnK up, for in- tt
tt nerllou under tbo ubovb head, tt
tt Address , alt communication to tt
it tho Sportlus lCdltor, tl u 1 1 o 1 1 n. tt
mimtaiiy msaoue. ' tt
j, May ,4N 0 VB Korl nugci;.
n Fort 8haftr vn. Hospital Co. tt
tt May 15 Marines vs. Cavalry.
tt PLANTATION m:aouk.
tt May 15 Walpahu vb. Kwn: Wal
tt alua y. Alca.
tt July International Games.
tt CMhu League.
tt ATIIUKT1C PAHK.
U Mny 16-i'. A. C. vs. U. 8.,M. C.
a U. A. C. V. J. A. C.
tt Oahu Juniors.
2 Mil Hocks vh, Axahls; ttt victory of last Sunday, tho beautiful
. C.t'ri(. va. Palnmsia. tt'eup which 'has been donated by tho
School League. - -" tt Jaimncse Conmil will ber.onin their
M Mny " Kams vs, st. ixiuls; ru-R
nanoun vs., iiirhs. ill
orino marainon. i ti.'hnr.l .11 n,n unnb .m.i ) i.nvn
jf Mn 30-Prlnccss tllnk
My aj-, Tournament,
tt Juno )1 Kour Dull Tournament
tt May '31 Match Play,
tt Juiift 19 Foursome.
May 31 Opfenlng nf season.
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tl May UV Cooper Cup.
ttjiirn Mhcfarlano Cim.
,it 3uly 5 Sea Wren Jtaco.
a May J8 Wookiy Cup.
St May 22 Al Day 8hoot.
u Horse "'cr,B.
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July 9 Start from San Pedro,
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World' Champlona'iip Fight., ti
July 4 James .lalfrlos vs. Jack tt
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it August Inter-Inland Tournament, tt
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Bid SCARE ME BV
mum BAIL 'TEAM
Pnnahou Preps Defeat Normal Train
inp; by 8 to 0 Much Excite
ment As Runs Are Piled Up.
Yesterday ,nftcrton thero wero
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Dabo wu8 between the Preps
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moie In tho second. Then thoro was
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tnn ttnvAiith nun more run was tilled
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In tho first halt of the ninth' tho
Props again sc6rcd, and two men
romped home, making tbo score 8 to
v. . ,..,,. . v ...- lMl fernoon at lno p, ppundH,
run. and nmai. I.ud Wad.worth. who.,, n))() n, u.,oiniU'.Tlw mm
0; The Normals did -not score a
'..".. "' u"1""' .'"' "" ""'"inlay tho Hospital Co. and the N. Q, II
uiu rcauy goou wor. -
i no o.uier game was oeiweou i.
Kaahunianus and tho Iloyals, and It
rcsuueu in a runaway aunir, mu rwu-
aliumanus winning by the huge scoro
of 20 to 2. Tho winners made runs
i'ln six out of tho eight times they,
ent to bat, nnd ten runB wero piled
I up In tho second nnd third Innings.
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SERIES STARTS ON
ASAHIS-MU HOCKS AND
0. A. C. JRS.-PALAMAS
Meeting Held Last Night Was Well
Attended constitution and By
On. Sunday nftornoon tho second
gmiie between tho Asahla and thu
jj Uunkalu will bo placed at Aala Park,
tttand should the Asabls repeat their
Tno itunzuls havo been practising
had tho services, of an experienced
coach, who has put them up to some
new wrinkles Hint will nstinlsh the
victorious Asahls when they step, up
to bat. Tlie Ilanzals will do their
host to capture tho. gamo tomorrow,
for then tho third and dccldlng'game
will have to' bo played, and thero
would ho somo excitement indeed at
tho filial match.
Last night he Oahu Junior
j, league nnu n meeting, aim soma im
II portaiit mnttcra wero discussed, Tho
A8.HUS aro in mo competition, ana
their play in tho Consul Cup series
Is being wafhed closely by their old
opponents tho Mu Hocks. The
league acts as a stepping stone to
tho Oahu seniors, and many of tho
Juniors aro rapidly gctl'.iig InU lino
, Jack Xotloy presided at tho meet-
Inglast night, and' ho,. gave ho 'Ju;
nlora the benefit of his rlp'o experi
ence in baseball management. "Ho
Is tho right man In tlie right placo,
and. as long ns he. Is at tho helm of
things, everything will, he O. K. with
Tho constitution and by-taws of
(lie league were considered and final
ly, passed, after a few amendments
wero Introduced and approved of,
Tho Oahu seniors finance tho Ju
niors, and Keep a sharp lookout for
promising material. Many of the
lads are hoping to mako tho ''big"
teams next season, and thero Is no
doubt that the Idea of keeping -tho
Juniors going Is a good oho, as thero
will be a reserve force to draw upon
In the event of any of tho older play
ers leaving Honolulu qr pulling out
of tho gamo. "
The Juniors feel thankful, to their
cldor brothers; and wish to acknowl
edge the gifts of balls, umpires, and
passes for the afternoon games at
the Athletic Park. The Mu Hocks
and Asahls will start tip itholr se
ries on Sunday, May 22, at 9 ''a. m..
and tho second game wilt bo between
I tho C. A. C. Juniors and the Palama
Juniors. Doth games thOuM bit well
worth watching, and tbo ball fans of
tho city can havo baseball all day
Sunday If they so wish. x
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DOTS AND .DASHES.
Tho Military League wlll.be on deck
nicctJho Kort Itugcrs. At Lollchua
tho Marn(.K and Fifty Cavalry will
flKht tt 01lt am, u Brcat Bm ,, nnUc.
All thn omclalrt who arte! nt the
skating, Marathon a few weokB ago aro
requested to again take part In thn
! second, race that comes nit on Mny 30.
'The Two Jacks"
Held for San Kranclsco.
McCrcdlo's charges follow:
"Whllo tho 8an Francisco team
was hero Hlldebrand discussed tho
weakness of Portland's "tatters with
Catcher Ilcrry ahd other players of
the visiting team.
"Ho was Joy riding with 'Happy'
Hogan, managcr'of tho Vernon team,
and other members of that team on
Wednesday night In the machine of
a local saloon keeper and went Ii
the direction of a well-known road
"Instead of holding himself aloof
from tho plnycrs of either team, as
Is the recognlxed codo of ethics for
umpires, Hlldebrand went to tho tho
atcr with Claudo Ilcrry, tho San
Francisco catcher, last week.
''Ho Is temperamentally unfit for
tho Jotf. When ono of the local pa
pors recently 'roasted' him for his
decision Sunday on the balk ho con
sulted a lawyer to see It ho could
bring a suit for damages against the
sporting editor. In addition, instead
of Ignoring tho criticism and letting
the decision stand on Its legs, ho has
been trying to explain It to tho play
ers and tana, ever since."
Chariot Armbruster, one of Port
land's' catchers, Is nuthorlty torUho
statement that Hlldebrand dlncus""!
the weakness of Portland V:bu(trs
and, style of play with San Francisco
men last week. Armbrustor was eat
ing at an adjoining table In a res
taurant where "Hlldo" and vthe San
Francisco men were sitting,
it 'tt it
IK M'FADDEN BOXES
II MEM) TON
Hilo Man Much Heavier' Than Ho
nolulu Boxer McFadden 'Doped
.Tonight kttt tlioArinory In Hlfo,
Jack McKadden will, box Du Muilu
fifteen roundH, and the Rnlny City
fans are hard at work doping .out
tho contest. Tho following advance
story Is taken from tho Hilo Trib
''The fight which takes placo at
tho Hilo Armory on Saturday night
sliould be ii good ono and draw a
large crowd. McFadden la In the
II nest of shapo and his opponent
looks to bo a different man 'from
when ho started In training. It Ue
Mollo can land a couplo of times
hard on Jack the latter will be suro
to Jose, as the bull-like rushes of th'p
heavy man will be too much for
him, but McFadden sympathizers
lip d tut their opinion that Jack will
sldcsicp tho big fellow and hammer
hm .ut his easo. Tho fight should
last at least ten rounds, and mny go
tho limit, but botfi men seem deter
mined to take no chances on condl
tlon and to start In with n hurry on
the way to the finish.
"Thoro has been a very large salo
of tickets, which aro being handled
by Promoter Al Wilson, and two fast
preliminaries will mako things hum
from start to finish. Tho bolting on
the contest has been rather slow up
to this tlmo, but isiexpectcd to hurry
up from now on. Do Mello has a
shade tbo best of It, on account of
an advantage In weight of over
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Illlty Papke and Joo Thomas meet
In thejiqiinred clrclo at San Francisco
today, and an Intcri'stlng bout Is ex.
pectcd. Thomaa Is ono of the old-ttmo
hunch who was Biipixiscd to bq down
and out. Ho has "como back ' with a
vengeance and has won fourteen bat
tics In succession lately. Whether ho
will bo nblo to tako tho scalp of tho
man who was too good for Kctchoil
once and probably Is now remains
for tbo cablo to tell,
Nigel Jackson reports that tho fit
teen mlloa ruco Is going to bu a very
fast ono, and that most of thu men will
havo a chancn of getting into II ret
placo, Tho election of officials for th
raco will bo taken up next week nnd
a good bunch will bo selected.
Jack Scully Is arranging for cabled
accounts of ovory round In tho Jcf-frles-John'on
flghL and tho local
sports will bo ablo lo follow tho big
contest as it goes along.
Kntrles will close (or all tho cliani
plonshlp tennis events on Tuesday Jit
5 o'ch)cH, T)i entry book la oien at
B, O. Hall , Son's,
parrle James wonjho High School
tennis singles aptl sho haa had"' her
name engraved on tho Schogglgo cup
Most flat dwellers admiro the Jan
itor's wlfo because of hnr ability to
boas tho janitor.
flcnetlt for the High School Tonlghtjj
A Clever Story Well Told.
When Knighthood Was
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