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KVRNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1910.
HAWAII'S REPRESENTATIVE IN TRANS-PACIFIC RACE
HAWAIIAN (Oil (1UB 10
HOLD AIL HIV SBOOT
Hawaiian Opera House
The McRae Stock Co.! ,
Expert Gunners Will Proceed to
"Kill" Clay Pigeons Tomorrow
Fine Prim Provided for the
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W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
- SOLE AOENTS
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to ell parts of the city twice daily.
Telephone 4 PdplJly TldC a Sp6Cialt' Telephone 4
1 WE GUARANTEE OUR O00DP
"" Shipping and Commission
. Agont for
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Franoisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(ORINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuiuan Clock Co.1
(WATCHMAN'S CLOCK) .
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
ROOM 400. JUDD BUILDING, HONOLULU, I. H.
258 BERETANIA ST. J. Abadie, Prop. PHONE 1401
This Laundry hcsbnilt up a well-deserved reputation
for the careful hardliner of the daintiest fabrics, either in
Washing, Dyeing or Dry Cleaning. ,
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OP BUT
TER AND CHEESE. IN THE CITY. THE QUALITY IS
W. F, HEtLBRON, Proprietor TELEPHONE 45
" At Reasonable Prices "
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER ALAKEA.AND KINO STREETS
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The Hawaii, which will nil for San Pedro 'pent week lo take part In the annual yacht race from ,the.
Coast to Honolulu. The crew will all be arpatcur ;nd they will do their best to capture the cup for Hawaii.
Commodore Wilder will' be In command of trieyicmYand he. Is conildered to be the belt ponlblo ;mn, fortfi
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FOUR PLAYERS LEFT
' IN SINGLES PLAY
Star Comes Exnected When Cham
pions Meet This Afternoon
Finals on Monday Next,
Four, men are now left In the
championship sluglea of tho Terri
tory, unil tliey are Nowell, lllcharila,
Caatle and Coolie. JJig of to; noon
Nowoll and ltlchnnle play on the
ncretnniii courtH, and Cast I o and
Cooke fight It out on the Puclllc
Yesterday afternoon on the Here
ianla courtH Nowell defeated l.ow
0-2, 2-0, 10-S, 7-B. Atherton Illch
ards, ou tho name courts, beat Dockus
6-2, 6-3, 0-2, but the games were
closer than the score would Indi
cate. Most of tho games went to
deuce before the young player scored
tho winning points, and the match
was well contested.
On the Pacific courts Castle defeat
ed Olson 0-2, C-l, C-2, and the win
ner showed real good form. Cooke
also boat" Deorr C-4, C-2, C-l, and
every point wu,s well fought for.
Many of the games went to deuce
and vantage before they ended, and
the struggle was a hard one.
Tho Nowell-I.nw match on 'the
lleretanla courts was u beauty, and
ut first looked hs If It would co t
live seta. In the opening set Nowell
won four buhics straight beforo Low
got going. The latter did not ap
pear able to set his nerve In, and,
allogetlivr, p uyed away olf his prop
er game;. Uw tool; the Ufth game,
but Nowell took tho next, and' the
score stood at 5-1, Then Low got
one more game, b)it that .was his Inst
effort, as Nowell took the next and
with It the set, C-2.
In the second set Low once more
proved that he never knows when he
Is beaten, and, playing in brilliant
fashion, he quickly ran to three-love.
Then Nowoll got two games in suc
cession, and a clofe set wus thought
probably. Low however, put on
more steam, and won three games In
easy fashion. That ended the set,
and honors were easy, both as ic
gards sets and games.
The third set was a snorter from
the first ball served til) Nowell won
out 10 8. Nowell won the first two
games ami lost tho third. Then he
took thrco more, and the score stood
0-1. " it was then that Low gavo
the hest exhibition of pluck and skill
that hus ever been se4n on tho llere
tanla courts. Undaunted by tho fuct
tlint Nowell was within a few points
of winning the set, Low eet out i.n
his seemingly hopeless task, and by
exercising the utmost knowledge he
games in succession and win (he set
.10-8. It whs a fine struggle and the
spectators were worked up In a state
of excitement over the match.
I Nowell now had two sets to 1.ow"b
one, itnd the fourth set was looked
forward to wllh great Interest. The
' first game wont to Nowell, but Low
took the second. Then Nowell cap-
tured two In succession, and the
score was three to one. The fifth
(game, however, went to Low, anu.
3-s was called. Noweu won tne
' nxt (wo gnmeg and the set looked
over. I.ow, however, grit his teeth
and won the next three games, and
once n.o e live all wus announced.
, That was Low's last chance, as No
. well won the next two games and
tho sot ended 7-5.
It was a beautiful match, and It
Law hnd not taken a twenty-five
miles walk with his company during
the day .he might have been In bet
ter form for tho first set of the
tnatjh, and the result might have
been different. ' .
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DOTS AND DASHES.
possessed of the game, ho took four
games running, ayd innde the score
five-all. He was wnrmly applauded
for tho feat, and everybody could
not but hopo that he would win out
after such a gallant exhibition
Nowell won the eleventh game to
thirty, but Low came nt him again
and brought the score to six-all,
Seven-all nnd elldit-all were called
beforo Nowell managed to take two
The Military league series will be
continued thla afternoon, and nt the
league grounds the Marines will play
tho Kort Slmfters, und the Fort Itu
ger nine will tackle the Hospital Co.
Tho Comet night at the Country
Club Is to come off this evening, and
n big turnout Is expected.' The 'bus
and automobile will carry visitors
to and from the end of tlie car line.
Some llllo sports announce that
If the Honolulu-People get up a horse
meet for Juno 1 1 or July 4,. horses
from tho Halny City will be sent
down to compete,
s Rather eat a cold potato, in a wood-
shed or a plate of "French fried" at
home? There's a lot in the way
things are served. Our service is the
"It's The Fashion?
Hotel near Fort
"The Two Jacks"
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There will be an all-day (hoot nt
tho Knkaakn traps tomorrow, and
the best shots of tho Territory will
take part In n seven event program.
The prizes are all fine ones Hnd well
worth getting. All thoro who do
not manage to get a win in the main
six shoots will bo cllglblo fur the
consolation match, and In that way
everybody stnnds a good chance of
capturing a prize. The shooting
will start at half-past nine o'clock,
and after the fourth event, lunch
will be Berved. Shells can bo ob
tained on the ground, and vlsltori
nro cordially Invited to visit tho
traps and see ,the experts at work.
The full program Is as follows:
Klrst Match, 9:30 a. m. fifty
bird handicap, l-ggett trap. First
prize, Kver Heady bottle and case,
presented by American Kver Iteady
Co.; second prize, shooting Jersey;
third prize, 100 Challenge shells;
fourth prize, vest-pocket flnshllght;
fifth prize, box of cigars.
Second Match, 10:30 a. tn.
Twenty-bird handicap, known an
gles; class shooting; free for all.
First prize, gun case, presented by
K. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.; second prize,
hunting coat; third prize, cleaning
rod; fourth prize, box of cigars.
Third Match, 11 a. m. Ten-bird
scratch, walking; five birds going
across trap, five birds going townnl
trap! free for all. First prize, t
pint Kver' Iteady bottle; second prize,
llask; third prize, Tomllnson clrnnrf.
Fourth Match, 11:30 a. m. Ten
birds, sitting In 'chair, gun to he be
low elbow; Leggctt trap; free for nil.
Hrst prize, aluminum canteen; so;-
ond prize, game carvers; third prize,
&0 Challenge shells.
Fifth Match Ten birds, known
traps,' doubles; 14-ynrd rise; free for
all. First prize, refrigerator baskoi;
.second prize, flask; third prize, hunt-.
Sixth Match Twenty-bird hand
cap, I.eggett trap; free for all. First
'prize, '22-callbcr Winchester rfllej
second prize, hunting nxe; third
prize, flashlight; , fourth prize, bag
flour. White River, presented by F.
Seventh Match Consolation for
all not previously winning'. -r First
prize, goggles for use at next shoot;
fecond prize, alai;rri clock to encour
age quick shooting;' third prlzo,
lrlnklngcup filled with "high life."
Mill mm START
Or MY TOMORROW
Two Games at Athletic Park in the
Homing Asahis vs. Mn Hocks;
C. A. C. In. vs. Palami Irs.
Tomorrow morning the Oahu
Junior Iluseball League will start
operations, and two games will be
played at the Athletic I'ark, At U
o'clock the Mu Hocks and Asahis
will try conclusions, und Mayor Fern
will pitch the hrst ball. J. K. Not
luy will net as catcher, and Mr.
Woodward will endeavor to hit tho
ball over the fence.
The second game will be between
tho'C. A. C. Jrs, and the I'alama Jrs.,
and another good game Is anticipat
ed. The teams have been practising
hardf and the boys feel In the best
of trim for the contest. Sam Hop,
the genial secretary and treasurer of
the league, will be on hand to seo
that things are started In proper
style, and tho other officials will also
be around somewhat,
t the final meeting of the' Oahu
Junior League, wiil;h was; held last
night, tho official lists of the teams
were approved of 'and Hied with tho
secretary. W. Kaposa was elected
official scorer tor the league, and he
will now have his hands full all day
Sunday, as he also scores for the big
DOTS AND DASHES.
The standing of the teams In the
Military league Is as follows: Cav
alry. .833; Marines, .G71: National
Ouard. .000; Fort Shorter, .428;
Hospital Co., .333; Fort Huger, .000.
T0NIOHT ALL THIS WEEK
Owing to the Extraordinary fine
UUon lnirlhirtnnl llae
Thir. nlav will rnnffniie fni- 1i V.
mainder of the week, with a Matinee
Order your seats today don't mis!
mis great piay,
Next Monday: h
'THE TAMINO OF THE SHREW
Shakespeare's Merriest Comedy '
As You Like It,
Presented by the M
DRAMATIC CLUB OF OAHU "
Out of Doors On the Oahu College '
SATURDAY EVENINO, MAY 21ST"i
AT 8 O'CLOCK " -f
Tickets for sale by all Punahou''
Students, and at Wall, Nichols Co,,
Perfect seating arrangement; also
eight fine nuto stations, from which
the whole p:rformance may be seen.
HEAUTIFOL COSTUME3 AND
Tho opening of tho cricket season
has been postponed till May 28.
when the II. C. C. will play tho
Wallop team. s
Song and Dance Artists
F. M. KAHEA
Flute Soloist .
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HONOLULU STUDENTS ,
After Five Years' Tonr of the Keith"
Mew York- f! retilt TitnHm r-.l
OLD 'HAWAIIAN MELODIES
10, 15 and 25 Cents''
Corner Nuuanu end Pauahi Streets
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY &
McORATH AND PAIQE, Favorite' t$
Rnnlnittt '" 'J'J
ROME AND MAYO, Comedians
Fort 8treet Below BeretanU Q' "
Whistler, Ringer and German 23
CUNHA'S ORCHESTRA ' '
MOTION PICTURES '
Admission. 5c., 10o., Us...
Entries for the double teupls
championship close on Monday after
noon at 5 o'clock at E. O. Hall &
Sinclair of the Marines Is leading
In the batting average of the Mili
tary league. His percentage Is .384,
The Kams and Highs will meet
this afternoon on the' Kam grounds
In the Interscholastl'c series.
Tomorrow . the N. Q, H. baseball
nine will travel"outMoli;eliohua"au'd
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ROSE and ROSE
Roval Hawaiian Duo
From the Orpheum. San FraneUe
HARRY WEIL "i
Premier Pianist of the Far East
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GRAND PRIZE MASQUER ."
Thursday" Evening, ,May
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