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JEVENMO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H. FRIDAY, iU.Y 20, 1910.
Hawaiian Opera House A
HAWAII STARTS FOR
COAST ON' WEDNESDAY
The McRae Stock CoV !
OFFERS . :(.
TONIGHT ALL THIS WEEK ' V
Owing to the Extraordinary Sno-' m
PER S.S. WILHELMINA
E. 0. HALL
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
" TEE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
W dellrer to all putt of the city twice daily.
Telephone 4 Family Trade a Specialty Telephone
WE GUARANTEE OUE GOODS
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(QRINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
ROOM 400, IUDD BUILDING, HONOLULU, T. B.
PHONE) 60 r
ONE OF OUR SPECIALTIES OUR WORK SATISFIES
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF BUT
TER AND CHEESE IN THE CITY. THE QUALITY IS
W. F.'HEILBRON, Proprietor
" At Reasonable Prices
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER ALAKEA AND KING STREETS
FACTORY ALAPAI STREET .
& SON, LTD.
J. Abadie, Pron.
.ALMOST IN SIGHT
8lx matches wcro played In the
slt.gle tennU rhainiiloushlii yeslcr-
day afternoon, three on tho Were
tan la courts and threo on tho Pa
clfic On tho former courtii, Captain
Low ben Wall, C-3, G-2, G-2: Nowell
beat Clark, 02, G-2, 4-G, C-2; anil
Castle defeated Waterhouse, G4, 0-2,
C-3, On the Pacific courts, Noel
Deerr beat Urewster, G-2, G-t, C-l;
Hi A. Coolie beat Steere, C-0, 1 1-9.
6-4; and Atherton Richards beat
nnMiBt .n .s. .i. n n imfkin.'
: V V ii .J. , i " "
I. also In the hlrd round, ns W. O.
Slnglehurst defaulted to him yester
The above seven winners and C.
)U Olson, who advanced a step by
his opponent defaulting on Wednes
day, will play off today, and when
tho result 'Is known there will be
four men left In the championship
On the neretanla courts this aft
ernoon, Richard i will tackle Hockus.
and Nowell and Low will meet. These
two matches should be well worth
going miles to see, and that between
Nowell and Low will be a peach of
a struggle. Low Is playing his usual
good game, and although1 Atherton
Richards defeated him In the Wall
Cup, t must be remembered that
Low was owing fifteen In every
game. That was a large handicap
to give a player of Richards' abil
ity, and Low dl I well to get n close
as be did to the oung expert.
The games on the Pacific court
this afternoon will be us follow; Ol
son vs. Castle, and Deerr vs. Cooke.
These games should be Interesting,
tooand Castle's play will be watch'
edjflih Interest,, This player Is In
the flrst'pIihX'lrt'd must bo given
great chance for the championship.
He plays more of a volleying game
than any ot the othe-s, except per
haps Nowell, and the man who beats
Castle should go closeto capturing
the much-coveted houors.
Tne Cooke-Steeie match yesterday
was a peculiar one, and nftcr Steere
bad lost the first set to love, he play
ed' up better and In the second set
put up a good game. Cooke took
the first three games before Steere
got going, and tho set began to look
like tho first one. Then Steere won
the fourth game, but lost the fifth,
and the score stood 4-1. The sixth,
seventh and eighth game went to
Steere, and four-all was called.
Cooke won the ninth game and
Steere tha tenth. Five-all was then
the score, but Cooke took the
eleventh game. Then Steero evened
things up and the score was six-all.
Beven-all, eight-all and nine all were
reached, and then Cooke managed to
get two games In succession and
took the set 11-9. It was n long-
drawn-out battle, and both men play
The third set went to Cooke 0-4,
and he played some beautiful low
cutting strokes that did not rise
much after1 hitting the court, steere
did his best, but was not good
enough for the winner.
On the. Pacific courts, Urewster and
Deepr aso played their match, aud
it was won by the latter, who took
three seta straight In easy fashion.
The score was 6-2, 6-1 and 0-1.
-Brewster took the first two games
In dashing fashion, and then Blowed
up and only got two games out of
the remaining two sets. '
Atherton Richards gave another
taste ot bis ability on the tennis
courts by beating Dartlett 6-0, 6-2,
0-1, Tfie young expert racket-
Rather eat foldeipotato'iif a 'wood
shed or a plate of "Frerfcli fried" at
home? There's a, lot in" the way
things are served. Our service ijthe
Hotel near. Fort (
wloldcr wng too strong for liU nppa
"""t, nlthoiigh tnn latter stood to
his guns to the finish.
I The championship Is a tough prob
lem, and with men like Nowell, Low,
Castle, Richards and Cooke still In
the running, It Is hard to say who,tt
ine iiiiimaie winner win db. annum .w
Castle, Cooke, Nowell and Richards' tt
be left In the semi-finals there will u
be some slashing play before the two
winners are ready to play In the fl-lH
.,!. i ... ,... vn i,i.l"
" ' " ' .;-.. .
.nnernoon, or course, nnu tne aboye jj
four wou(, cnnK n , owrla
it goes, tnere is going to be sotno tt C. A. C.'Jri. vs. Palamas.
great tennis, and the championship tt School League,
this year Is more open than ever It'tt Mav 20 Piinahou vs. St. Louis;
was. ' I tt Kama vs. Highs.
Is going tn be sotno
tt tt. tt
N1JWK NFEM BV
ST. UK Hll TEH
C . T , IIUI1UI.U14U ULUU,
-i tt May 31 Match Play.
, . . . . . tt June 19 Foursome.
Oood Close flame Played by School n Cricket.
Nines Saints, 3; Puni. 2. jn May 21 tjpe-nlng of season.
St. Louis College I still going May 18 Annual championship,
strong In bnicball, and the Juniors tt'Juno 11 1'rogrenBlto Totirna
and seniors are feeling very elated tt mont. ....
over their vl.torleg of the lant week.
Yedterilnv nlternnnn lhi SnlntiT In.
nlors beat the Punuhiu seconds by
a siora of ILto 2, arid a most ex -
tft,tiw ..i.ntn It 0OJI I
V,.... UM1U tt nWD,
The 1'uns .knocked up two runs
In the first Inning, apd the Saints
made one In their Halt ot the same
Inning. The Saints aifded ono more
In their third and , tied the score,
Then there was tini'tiitu?' ilnlnir far
rmip Inninva 1...1 ! uiirhfh- hi
Saints-made a run., and led by 3 to
2. The Puns could do no more, and
the ranie ended In fnvnr nf the
The 'lineups and score follow:
St. louls Fernandex, cf,; E.' Co
8ue, p.; Knlaual, If.; Ah I.eong, rf.
Punahou U Wl&hard. wi,; B.
Glbb, 3b.; W. HHchcock, p.; W.
Paty, 2b.; A. Anderson, lb.; II.' Hind,
c.; i:. Ilaldwln, If.; A. Hansen, rf.';
E. Liu; cf.
Runs 200000600 2
Dase hlta 5 0 2 2 3 3 10 0 16
Dase hits 20200002
Umpires Willie Zlegler nnd
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Tills afternoon at Alexander Field
the St. Louis College baseball nine will
go up against tho Punahous. Tho
game, was scheduled for tomorrow, but
a change has been made and at half
past three o'clock the umpire wll call
"play ball." Tho Kama and Highs
will meet tomorrow nnd a great game
Is expected to bo put up by the crack
Tho "Comet" night ot the Country
Club Is looking up like Halley's put,
and overyre In town Is talking about
attending. The affair will be unique
and the musical program that has
been arranged Is a beauty.. Ullly
Kerr will warble Romethlng that wilt
make those present think that they
are at tho London Tlvoll,
John La leads In the batting aver
ages of tho Oahu League and his per
centage Is .500.
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COMINO EVENTS. V
tt Secretaries and managers of U
tt athlotlc clubs aro Invited to send 8
tt In the dates of any events which tt
tt they may be' getting up, for In- tx
tt sertlon under the aboo head, tt
tt Address all communication to tt
tl the 8ortlug Editor, Hullo tin. I!
a Baseball. t:
tt MII.ITAKY LEAOUn. tl
tt May 21 Marines vs. Fort 8haf- tl
tt tor: Fort linger vs. ' Hospital tt
May 22 Nl-O. .11,, fs. Cavalry,
May 22 tyalanafc vs. Ewa; Wat
"' vs. Walpahu.
tt . ATHLETICPARK.
., ,, ,,
",a? " '
A. C. vs. J. A. C.:
B Marines vs.
vs. C. A. C.
May 22 Mu Hocks vs. Asahls:
tt Skating Marathon.
tt May 30 Princess Rink.
tt COUNTRY CLUD.
tt May 3t Dogey Tournament.
tt June 11 Four Ball Tournament.
tt Juno t MacfftrlaOe Cup.
June .r00"""",?. Cl,p Uace' "
- 'r i. -t"',i '
. " "
i xz Mnvzr. wcpimv iTnn.
May 22AII Day Shoot.
tt Horse Racing,
tt July A Inter-Island meet.
tt Trsns Pacific Yacht Rsee.
tt JulV 9 Start from Han Pedro
- tt 'World's ChamDlonshlo FlahL I
a July -Jane Jeffries va. Jack ft
tt August Inter-Inland Tournament, tt
BUI PAPKE DIMS
"(01 BKK" HODS
Sixteen Ronnds of Whirlwind Fight
ing Papke Would Like to
Tackle Ketchell Again.
Hilly I'apke showed how good he
3, was br knocking out Joe Thomas In
0 the sixteenth round of what was tn
hae been a twenty-nve-round go
yesterday. Joe Thomas met his first
defeat for a long time. He had
won fourteen fights In succession,
and was thought to have "conie
back" ln(o the championship ranks.
Ills defeat by the Illinois "thunder
bolt" will probably put him back
where he evidently belongs uow,
Stanley Ketchell has beaten
Thomas several times, und the last
time they met, In 1908, the "Assas
sin" accounted for Joseph In two
rounds. Another fight between Ket
chell and Papke would draw like a
mustard plaster, and it Is to be
hoped that Ketchell will come up
to the mark and tackle Hill again,
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Entries for tho double championship
will close on Monday- at 5 o'clock end
the. drawings will take place at once.
The semt-flnats of the single cham
pionship will bo played tomorrow 'and
the finals on Monday .afternoon. As
Dec, the prosont holder of the cham
pionship, will not bo here to defond
his title, thq winner of the final on
Monday will be champion of Hawaii.
The Two Jaoks"
Everyone Is Invited to Donate To
ward Fund Small Amounts
Juit as Welcome as Large.
Yesterday a start was made by tho
various committees who have chargo ot
tho collecting of subscriptions for tho
Hawaii ncht fund. .A most fuornblo
resoiisa was mado to the canvass
and ntldy sum of money n us. donated
by tho citizens who havo so far been
approached. Mr. Vctlcsen wns n
busy man, and he was most successful
In his Interviews with tho doctors of
the city. Any old amount went with
Vetlosen, and he got together a Urge
number of tl bids; these wero Just
as acceptable as larger amounts, and
came more frequently and quicker.
Many of tho business houses aro
putting out cards announcing that
subscriptions are welcomed, nnd It Is
thought that In this manner much coin
may be gathered In. A 'quick, lively
campaign Is what Is wanted, and o
erybody should bo able to spare a
few dollars or even a single plunk for
the good cause. Tha Hawaii will ad
vertise these Islands more than half
a dozen other schemes that could be
mentioned, and people all over tha
world will find out that Hawaii Is
more than a few specks in the Pacific
The other Islands havo been asked
to contribute to the yacht fund and
as anything that boosts the Paradise
of the Pacific, boosts the whole group
of course It Is certain that tho people
of Hawaii, Maul and Kauai will Join
In with Oahu on tho proposition.
Frank Baldwin has been asked to
take charge of tho Maul end ot tho
subscription and tho tight little Island
will surely respond In the way Its peo
ple aro famous for doing things.
Kauai Is being looked after by J.
It. Coney, and the Oarden Island rest
dents will do their end ot, tho bust
ness. Tiere arp.many, on. Kauai who
will feel It their duty to "die for tin
good cause and a good sized" purse"
should came from there.
A pleasing feature In the collection
line Is tho way In which the Chinese
and Japanese are coming through
with subscriptions fur the yacht fund
and It speaks well for the way every
nationality gels together foi sport's
sako In Hawaii. , '
The collectors will bo around today
and everyone who can spare a dollar
or so should glvo a helping hand to
the men who arc going to represent
these Islands In tho trans-Paciflc race.
With regards to prlrca for tho trans
pacific race, two cups have been of
feted by the Promotion Committee.
This was decided at a meeting held
yesterday afternoon, after W. II. Mc
Inerny had done somo talking on ad
vertising end financial methods.
The cups will bo manufactured In
Honolulu and It la thought that they
will be of calabash typo. Tho visit of
the mainland yaohta will, according to
Mr, Mclnerny, bo a boneflt all round,
as the crews will spend at least $100
each In the city, and In that way tho
monoy subscribed by tho people of
the Islands will all come back In tho
Tho Hawaii Is being gotten ready
for her departure, and on Wednesday
next at 4 o'clock tho trim little craft
Will start on tho first leg of her long
journey. Tho crew has not finally
been selected as several men are In
doubt as to whether they can get
away from their employment for the
tlmo necessary to make tho voyago.
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' DOTS AND DASHES.
At'the Hoys' Field this 'afternoon
the Royal School and Central Gram
mar will meet In a baseball game, and
a good struggle Is looked forward to.
Tho Kaabumanu boys will also play
the Punahous on tho Maktkl grounds,
and tho rooters from both schools will
be on hand In big numbers.
A 'bus will run from the end of tho
Nuuanu car line from 1 o'clock tomor
row afternoon till six, and thOBe going
to the Country Club will be able to
make the journey In comfort. At 7
o'clock an automobllo will tako up
the running, and It will keep going till
For the first tlmo slneo the or
ganlzatlou ot the American Rowing
Association, Columbia haB decided to
enter a crew In Its eighth annual
regatta on the Schuylkill river, May
21, Although Cplumbla has always
had n representative on the board
ot sewards, the nuthorltlei have
pleaded one excuse or another for
not sending a crew. This time the
second eight will row in tho Junior
collegiate ovent, nd there Is a .strong
likelihood that the freshman crew
will compete In one of the other
events. The entries this year havo
filled unusually well, and the re
gatta promises to be a brilliant
opening of the Intercollegiate and
club rowing seasons.
When Knighthood Was ,
This play will continue for the re-
mainacr ot mc week, with a Matinee
Order vour te.its tod.tv don't ml
this (;rcat piny.
THE TAMIHO OF TIFE SHREW"
Shakeipeare's Merriest Comedy
As You Like It
Presented by the
DRAMATIC CLUB OF, OAHU
Ont of Doors On the Oahu College
SATURDAY EVENIN0, MAY 21ST
AT 8 O'CLOCK
Tickets for sale hv nil Pnnnlin,,
Students, and ot Wall, Nichols Co.,
HESURVUr) SKATS '.Uc.
Perfect seatlnir arrnncement nlm
eight fine auto stations, from which
the whole performance may be teen.
1IKAUTIFUL COSTUMES AND
Song and Dance Artists
F. M. KAHEA
After Five Years' Tour of the Keith
new xoric Circuit, Featuring .
OLD HAWAIIAN MELODIES
10, 15 and 25 Cent.
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahl Streets
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
McQRATH.AND PAiOE, Favorite
ROME AND MAYO. Comedians
Fort Street Below Beretanlt)
Whistler, Singer and German
Admission 5o., 10c 15s,
ROSE and ROSE
Royal Hawaiian Duo
From the Orpheum. San Francisco
Premier Pianist of the Far East
GRAND PRIZE MASQUERADE, i J
Thursday Evening, May, 19 .
MARATHON RACE - MAY 30
"Get the Habit"
LEARN TO ROLLER SKATE
rt&imititf HAiiT 1