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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 27, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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BVENIMO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It, ntlDAY, MAY 27, 1910.
We have just received a shipment
Spaldings Tennis Rackets
Also have in stock the -latest
Spalding Tennis Ball, the one the
experts use. You should try it.
All kinds of Tennis Goods at
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
W. C: Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to all parti of the city twice daily. -
Telephone 4 Family Trade a Specialty Telephone 4
WE GUARANTEE ODE Q00D3
Formerly proprietor 0 the Royal Annex, has had his li
cense transferred to the
Corner King and Nuuanu Streets, where he will be glad
to see you.
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Franoisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
' General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(CmiNNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuinan. Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
ROOM 400, JUDD BUILDING, HONOLULU. T. H.
AMONG THE GOOD THINGS WE OFFER THIS WEEK
CRABS and PRAWNS
FROM THE PUGET SOUND WATERS.
W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietor - TELEPHONE "45
v"lSSHti- 'sStfcsititoiii ltt-flUMPffctf" Jlir ?& 1iffJtf-iV uttL ..',.SrJMt.
75c. Per Month
DOUBLE CHAMPIONS .
FOUR MATCHES WERE
Atherton Richards and Clark Show
Qood Form Cooke and Cooke
Doing Well Matches for To.
YeBterdny ntternoon the double
tennis championship of the llawal
Ian Islands was put under way and
four matches wire plnjed u(t. Muih
Interest Is being taken In the tour
nament, although Itvls only In the
preliminary stage at present and the
process of uecdlng out Is going 011.
On the lleretanla courtM, Atherton
Richards and Clarke defeated Sin
glchurst nnd Irwin, C-0, G-2, G-3. In
tho other inalih, Ilrewsler and The
odoro Richards were victorious over
Olson and llarwood; Heine, C 3, 1-G,
li-3, C-0. .
On the Pacific courts, J. Wnter
house nnd llab'bllt beat llemenway
and Warren, 8-1, 0-2, 7-fi. Cooko
nnd Cooke accounted for llarncs nnd
f)eerr, C-3, 0-1, 6,3. It was a good
afternoon for tennis, and the
matches were much enjojed by those
who were present.
The Atherton Richards-Clark vs.
lrwIn-Slnglehurst match was expect
ed to be a good one, but It did not
come up to expectations, as Klch-i
.rd. and hi. partner were ,00 strong
una won as mey iiseu. mur !'-j,
nil n anilllw avrvm! ITBniA n.lil In. It a
tu u iDutij .ww buiv, "u ...
a serve that more yearly approaches
the McLoughlln style than any other
p)aer In Honolulu. Richards nnd
Clarko ore. yoiyig pla)ers, but they
showyiceilent (prm oiv the. courts,
and they will go some distance In
the tournament without being de
Irwin did not seem able to get his
fast serve In many times, and ho hit
a lot Of balls out of court and Into
the net, Slnglehurst plajed nbuut
his usual game, and got some good
shots. Tho pair, however, were not
strong ejiough for Richards and
Clark, and the latter couple did na
The other mntch on tho lleretanla
courts, between Drewster-Rlchards
and Olson-IIarwood, was not exactly
what one would expect to see In a
championship struggle, but the
match went four sets beforo It was
decided. Theodore Richards played
tho best game of tho four, and he
did n lot of running about In his
endeavors to beat his opponents.
Brewster, In tiylng to bring on n
next to Impossible smash, got the
ball on the wood of his racket and.
dragging the sphere down, landed It
about six feet from tho net on his
opponents' court. The ball was so
twisted by the way It was hooked
out of tho atmosphere. Hint it
screwed back like a flash Into the
court where Ilrewster was standing.
Cooke and Cooke beat Dames nnd
Ueerr rather easily, although some
of tho games were well fought out.
In the last set Unrnes played up
very well nnd did better than Ueerr,
who did not play as well yesterday
as he generally does. Oeerr Is con
sidered to be one of the steady play
ers of Honolulu, and he Is nearly nl
wajs sura of his (list servo.
J. Waterhouse and llabbltt won
the first two sets of their match In
easy fashion, but the thjrd set went
to mem oniy nner a great struggle.
Hemenway and Warren did well to
Rather eat a colcl potatoo in a' wood-'
shed or, a pflatetof 'Frehtlh fried" at
home? There's a lot in the way
things are . served. Our service is the
" It's The Fashion "
Hotol near Fort . ' "The Two Jacks" '
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: COMING EVENTS. . tt
tt Secretaries and managers of !1
II nthletlo clubs are Imlted to no nil it
tt In tho dates of any events which St
11 thoy may bo KQttlnK up. for In t
ft sertlon under, the ulxnc head i
It Address nil cotoratintcalloiiM to t
II the HiortluK Editor, 11 u 1 1 0 1 1 11 1
tt MILITARY LKAC1UK. t
tt May 28 Marines vs. Kort Slmr t.
11 ter; N. U. II. Is. Hospital Co. it
tt Mnv 90 Pnrf Similar V, ffivnlrv tt
It, plantation lraoiik tt
jj May 29 Walpalm vs. Wauuine; it
it nwu vs. Waialua. tt
In oahu League. tt
tt ATHI.KT1C PARK. tt
May 27 J. A. Cs vs. Mainland tt
tt May 2! P. A. C. vs. C
tt Marines vs. J, A, C.
tt Oahu Juniors.
A C; tt
tt Mnj 29 Mil Hocks vs. Pahimns; it
tt Asnhls s. C. A. C. Jrs. Ill
tt School League. nj
tt May 28 Kams vs. Puns, Highs tt
tt vs. Saints. tt
n INTERNATIONAL OAMKS. tt
tt July 3 Waseda va. Oahu League.
bKiung psarainon. "
ft May 30-PrIocesi 1 Uluk. tt
. AniLmrnvVi,.!, .. !
.. ,,,," "K."." . V.
tt limn iiun,. imii To, ..,..,,
tt HONOLULU CLUil.
tt May 31 Match PJny,
it June 19 Foursome.-
ft May 28 Opening of season
tl Mnv 2fi, 27, 28 Animal champion
tt June 11 Progressive Tiiurna- tt
tt tnent. tt
Cup Itnce. tt
Juy Bgoa wren Race,
! .. as .
tt June 1 Weekly Cup.
tt Horse Racing,
tt July 4 Inter-Island meet.
U : Trsns-PaclftovVreht'Rsee.
July 9 Start from Han Pedro.
tt World's Championship Fight,
tt July 4 James Jeffries vs Jack tt
tt Johnson. tt
tt Polo. tt
tt August- Inter-liliind Tournament, tt
make a vantage set of tho last one
of tho match.
This afternoon on the lleretanla
courts the matches will be: Steere
Nowell vs. O. Wnterhouse Sinclair;
A. Richards-Clark will piny Itrew-ster-T.
Richards. On the Pacific
courts, Castle-Low will tackle at.
llngfon-drny, and Cooke nnd Cooke
will meet J. Wnterhnuse-Ilabbltt,
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Tomorrow ntternoon the Military
league will continue Its series, and
at the lengue grounds tho Marines
wllf piny Kort Shatter and the N. a.
II. will go up ngalnst the Hospital
Co. The latter game Is causing
soma excitement, and the supporters
of the old Harry's Remits feel confl.
dq,nt that they can beat the Thomp
Tho Kort Shnfter basketball team
Is out with a'challenge to any first
class lot of players who care to take
a chance at being licked. The game
could be played at the post gymna
sium or at any suitable place that
can be suggested. Address any chal
lenges to Lieutenant A. W. Chilton,
20th Infantry, Kort Shatter.
Sartconl announces, through his
manager, D. Rattan, thnt he is rendy
and willing to take on Castro or
any other "smasher" who feels in
clined to exchange swats.
HAWAII IS READY
FUR LONG TRIP
WILL BE GIVEN A
Fleet of Yachts to .Accompany Cup
Racer for Some Distance The
Hawaii Looks Well Crew All
Ready to Start..
Kter) thing appears to be In good
shape for the depaituro of the ync.
Hawdll, and Captain Wilder has now
got his crow togethijr and Is ready
to slgu them tin toinunow or Jlon
The representative of Hawaii Was
taken off the slip yesterday after-
noon, nnd she looks well after be-
lug cleaned and painted. The jaeiil
Is In the best possible condition, con
slderlng eserythlng, nnd she should
ghe a good account of herself In
th m,g trans-Pacific race,
The funds to fliinnce the ra -e have
leen coming In well, and" enough
money It now III bund to send the
nim nwuy iiinuuriuuiy niieu t
The balance of the coin collected
will come In handy later on, and the
rn"e will be financed III pioper fnsh
It Ion. There will be n lot of enter
It talnlng to fie done when the yachts
1 each Honolulu, nnd cash will be re
quired to keep things going
I The Hawaii will get away on
It Monday, and as that day Is n hull
y'dttv. a big yowd will doubtless gath-
or on the waterfront to wish tne
gat. ant little craft lion voyage, nit
crew will be on the Jump from' the
moment the rate starts from San Pe
dro and every effort will be made to
brine the Hawaii In first over the
fleet of. boats oflafl'torik will
roc'ompany the Hawaii wneu sue
leaves tho harbor, and some of the
larger craft will run down some ills,
tnnce with the big yacht before dip
ping" their flags In a farewell salute,
As far as collections go, Maul has
done her share, ami It Kauai and
Hawaii come through In the sume
rnshlon there will be plenty of coin
on hand to fix things properly.
It Is up tri everyone who loves Ha
waii to get in and give the best ad
vertlsement ever thought of a boost
by digging up a few dollars for the
good cause. The race will be writ
ten of In every newspaper In the
world, nnd the ultentlnn of the
spoilsmen of the earth nttrncted to
the fnrt thnt Hawaii Is.on the ma,
and up to date.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
The committee In chargeiif the
Oahu Country Club golf tournament,
which Is to be played on Monday
next, jeaterday mot and authorized
the purchaso of two prizes for the
play. Handicaps were also changed
n little, anif Dr. Smith now figures
on fifteen, while J, J. Reiser hang'
out on the healthy 23 mark.
Mnrathnn Jackson Is wurklng
hard on"hts fifteen-mile race Idea,
and a Inrge crowd is expected to roll
up to the league grounds on Monday
next, when tho event will come off.
fourteen men will compete In the
tlfteen-mlle rnce, nnd nine wnlkers
will fnce the8jarter .In the mile
On Sunday afternoon the Plfth
Cnvolry will play the Kort Bhnfter
bo)s nt the lengue grounds Instead
of at Lellchua.
(If IT IUSFNIII IT
PARK IK AFTERNOON '
Mainland Collegians Will Tackle the
Japanese Athletics on Diamond
Big Crowd Expected to At
tend. This afternoon at half pist three
or thereabouts, the uiuth-talkid-ot
baseball gnme between the mainland
collegians ntul the Jnpalieje Athletic
nine will bo plajed. The Mukura
should arrive about 2:30 or bo, and
no time will bo lott in getting the
visitors down to the Athletic Park,
us soon after nrrhal ns possible.
All the fnns have already an
nounced tho deaths of their grand
mothers to their emplojcrs, and a
hurried exodus will start toward the
teni no, that's not It to the park,
as soon ns the Mnkurn readies port.
The J. A. Cs know that they will
bo up against a good lot of players,
but still, with I'gplnda nnd .lOopll
In the box, they do nut feel very
seated Hlght from the start the
game should bo n good one, us the
mainland plnjers huu plaed ball nil
their lives, nnd they will be In good
shape when they step ashore,
It is n great pity that the nonn
lulu sports do not take ip Rugby
football. The signs nre on the wall
now, nnd there will bo regulur lslts
paid by Rugby teams between Aus
tralia and California In the future.
If no wero onto tho game here, there
would be seen some lino struggles be
tween an All-llnwall team and either
ns Australian or Coast hunch,
OHR dui i
Big Stnnts on Grounds and Much
Doing cu Waves Illuminated
Procession of Canoes.
Henry M Rno will have, n stage at
tho Outrigger grounds on June 10
larger tliuu that of tho Opera House;
some of the scenery from tho Opera
House will he moved to tho beach,
nnd there will be a real vhudetllle
performance. The MiHae scenery Is
2C feet wide by 18 feet high, but
this does not stagger tho euti-rtalu-
ment committee of the Outrigger
Club. Work will be commenced Im
mediately ou the big, singe, to M
nothing- of 11 few suloct private
boxes, which may be engaged In ad
vance. The vaudeville' will bo free to all
ticket-holders, the .(ago being so lo
cated that the devoureis of Itecreum
under the him trees will have a clear
View. The turns will tome off be
tweon dances, and It Is but a step
from the Outrigger dancing lanal to
the open air auditorium of tho Out-rigger-McRao
Work has also been begun on tho
dozen attractive booths over which
the ladles will preside; tho big new
dancing floor over tho lagoon has
been completed, and tho cocoamtt
columns to si., port the roof nro now
going up. I'll a members of tho club
are busy p.attlslng In tho surf for
the events of June 10 mid preparing
ror the big Illuminated parade of ca
noes, scheduled for Knmehumeha
The carnival Is still two weeks
off, but much of the work of prep,
aiallon Is well under way, and new
plans are developing dully ns tho
enthusiasm s'prends. Tho events nt
Wnlklkl on June 10 nro likely to
draw a recjord-brenkliig crowd to the
popular grounds of the Outrigger
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Kntrles for the Honolulu Oolf Club
mat h play will clone nt K. O. Hall
& Son's on Tuesday afternoon next.
All those desirous of trlng for the
handsome prizes that hnve been se
lectcdfor the , event had better -put
tKelr nnmes down 'as soon as pos
Fort Street Below BeretanU
THE IBS0NS Musical Novelties
MINETTE RHODES Serio-Comio '
CARL WA1NER Whistler
CUNHA'S ORCHESTRA -
Admission 6c., 10c., 15c.
Comer Nuuanu and Fauahi Streets
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
McORATH AND PAIQE, Favorite
R0WE AND MAYO, Comedians '
Hawaiian Opera House.
The McRae Stock Co.
(THURSDAY. FRIDAY, SATURDAY,
AND SATURDAY MATINEE:
The Lion and
the Mouse -
BY SPECIAL REQUEST
Honolulu Athletic Park
Pacific Coast Club
Japanese Athletic Club
Admission, 25c and 50c
15 Miles 15
Decoration Day, Monday
MAY 30, 2:30 P. M.
14 Competitors 14
A 0NE-MILE WALK
FOR HAWAIIAN CHAMPIONSHIP
Best Sprinters in the Territory
General Admission 23c: Reserved
Sets, 25c. Extra: Carriages and Au
C0MINO NEXT WEEK, FOR ONE
THE MAGICIAN. ILLUSIONIST AND
And His Famous Company of
Vaudeville Artists .
ADMISSION: ' W
Reserved Seats Boxes 75c., Main
Floor 50c; Side Balconies (upstairs)
35c, Gallery 25c.
Reserved Seat Tickets on sale at
Bonine Theater on Saturday morn-
ine, May 28, at 10 o'clock.
HOTEL STREET ,
, ROSE and ROSE
Royal Hawaiian Duo
From the Orpheum. San Francises
Premier Pianist of the Far East
DOTS 'AND DASHES.
Chess Is all the rage at the Y, M.
C. A. nowadats. and Champion
White will soon have fa look to his i
laurvis, ni n numuor w oiperis my)
I tend to try mid tako his scfllp be