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3ATUHDAY, MY 23. 1910. 9
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We have just received a shipment
Spaldings Tennis Rackets
Alsrf 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.
C. Peacock & Co., Ltd;
Wipes and Liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
TEE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to all parti of the city twice daily.
Telephone 4 family Trade a Specialty Telephone 4
WE GUARANTEE OUB GOODS
Formerly proprietor of the Royal Annex, has had hii '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 Francisco
Badgers Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(GRINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuntan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
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-BOOM 400. JUDD BUILDING, HONOLULU. X. H.
AMONG THE GOOD THINGS WE 0FFER,THIS WEEK
ABE SUCCULENT ""
CRABS and PRAWNS
FB0M THE PUGET SOUND WATERS. .,
W, F. HEILBR0N, Proprietor
FOUR PAIRS LEFT
BE DECIDED MONDAY
Castle and Low Playing Well Good
Exciting Tennis Is Assured
Cooke and Cooke in Good Form.
Another stage In the double Cham
plonshlp. wsh reached yesterday,
when four nm'tches were played and
Borne- good tennis was teen. On the
tleretanla courts, Nuwell and Bteere
defeated 0. Waterhouae and Sinclair
three sets' straight G-4, 7-5, tj-3.
Atherton Kl:hards nnd Clark beat
W. W. Hrewster and Theodore lllch
nrds also three sets utrnlgbt G-i,
On the Pacific courta, Cnoko and
Cooke defeated J. WaterliouHO and
Babbitt after four iet had been
played, The ncorc was 0-4, 6-4 4-S,
6 11, and there waa snmn Kood tennU
lilayed during tho match. In the
other match played on the Deretanla
courtB, CaBtlo and Low defeated
Watllngton and Gray three nets
straight 62. 6-3, 6.3. The win
ners played fine tennis and showed
it it it a m tt n n a n n n n n
U COMING EVENTS. tt
tt Secretaries nnd managers of tt
tt athletic clubs nro Invited to send It
tt In tho dates of any oveuts which tt
tt they may be getting up, for In- tt
tt sertlon under the above head, tt
tt Address all communications to tt
tt the SportluKtKdltnr. D u 1 1 o 1 1 u. tt
tt Baieball. tt
tt MIMTAKY I.KAOUE. tt
tt May 28 Marines vs. Fort Shaf- tt
tt terr N. 0. II. vs. Hospital Co. HI
tt May 29 t'orilshaftervs. Cavalry, tt'. . , .
tt PLANTATION LBAQUK. tti" l?.e 'H1?" WI1WIIM WtK
BASEBALL WITH THE
J. A. CS. ABANDONED
Through' to Australia, Rugby
Team Is Stron One. -
tt May 29 Walpahu vs. Walanaej tt
tt Ewa vs. Walahia. tt
tt 0u League. tt
tt ATHSKTIC l'ARK. tt
tt May 2t P."V. C. vs. C. A. C,
tt Marines-v J. A. C.
m. " -V! I" ,, . S ase(!nll game against the Japanese
U May 25 Mu.llocks vs. l'alamas; tt ... . ,. , . . .
Much to" everybody's regret, tho
it -Mnkura cam In so late that the cot
tt lpglans could not possibly play their
Athletics yesterday. It was at first
r Asatrta vs.tc. a. c. Jr. tt
tt' Bchiol League. tt thouBt that the 0.-A, boat woiild
tt May 28 IJains vs. I'uns; Highs tt arrive somewhere about 4 o'clock,
tt vs. Balnts tt and then the game could have been
W IJVlKKHAaiUNAl. QAMES. tt ..j u... ... .
. - nini ikii iiiiii nil iiiii. aninp
9 " " -" -' .v.,
tt July 3 Wasda vs. Oahu League, tt
tt 8katlna Marathon.
tt May 30 Princess Hlnk.
tt-.May 30 One Mile Itace.
tt COUNTflY CLUt).
tt May 3t Hogey. Tournament.
It steamer, however, did not get In
tt till almost 6 o'clock, and then all
" Idea of a game between the locals
and the tourists wns abandoned.
It is a great pity, for the struggle
would have been au Interesting one,
tt June 11 Four Hall Tournament. nnt one ,nnt would have shown Just
tt HONOLULU CLUB. tt whero the Oahu league stands as re
tt May 31 Match Play. tt Birds their baseball skill,
tt Juno 19 Foursome. tt There are twenty-live athletes In
tt CrlekBl. It tha fnlr..m I.......V. .....I -I.I .
. . . ... .. ......... ,: . "T . uuiii;ii. uuu HUI1UUKI1
just now goou ijey were in uouimh. JUy 28-Openlng of season. tt they were all selected because of
... iw.t.ro,. ui.u .- R Tennis. tt-their nugby fo(.tbnl nlaylne abill-
tfouse-Slnclnlr match attracted one tt May 28, 30-AnnuM champion- tt ties, they number some good base
Attention nt the Ilerctnnla courts, tt ship. tt hii JL " il .1.!.... ?1
and although tho Nowell comblna-ti tna iiProK..io Tn,in. m ,. . - . ..'. . .
'., . . ., . .:: . ---" - .-... wuuk ivnuws urw a line looxing lot.
Hon wns too strong for their oppo 'tt ment. tt un 11BV .,. .. . ?'1'
nents, the loters put up a plucky tt Distance Running. tt abI. imnrinn .,.,rnU i....
game. In the first set Nowell did tt May 30-Flfteen Miles Ilaco. tt "It, 1!." ." 'nU,Un,la' """
n l.l I i. ....1 hl.iH w..t.i- u "' " l"i.
UIUV illie BIIIUBilliil, uuu IIO auu I'll
partner took the first four games
with ease. Then WaterhntiM and
Sinclair played up In better form and
captured three games in succession
The -next, went to Nowell, but" the
ninth game was taken by Water
house and Sinclair. That was their
last chance, ns the tenth went to
Nowell nnd Steere, nnd the set end
The second sot was well fought
out all tho way, and W'aterhouse nnd
his partner led shortly after the
start by n score of 3-2. Nowell and
Steere then evened things up, and
three-all was called. The sevens
game went to W'aterhouse, but the
next wad lost, and four-all was the
score. The ninth game was won by
the YVaterhouse team and they look
ed like winners. Nowell nnd Steere
were not to be denied, however, and
they made the score five-all by win
ning the next game. They also took
the two games necessary to win a
vantage set, and tho .result was 7-5.
Tho third set was more or less of
a runaway affair, and at one stage
the score wns 5-1 In favor of the
Nowell bunch. Then Waterhousu
nnd his partner did some rushing
play, 'and took two games, making
their, total .three. That was tueir
expiring effort, as the other pair
took the ninth game and won the
The other match was 'closer than
most people thought It would be,
as Ilrewster and Theodore Rlchurds
did well, In getting as many games
as they did oigalnst the younger
players. Atherton Klchards played
rather .carelessly "at times, but al
ways pulled blniBelf together when
the crisis came.
This afternoon tho semi-finals will
bo played, nnd Steere-Nowell will
play A. Richards-Clark, and Castle
Low will meet Cooke-Cooke. two
very close and exciting - matches
should eventuate. vTho two winning
paint will tight out the f.'nal on Moti-
, r ,. . , ' :, H T1"e mainland think that they
tt June B Uaefnrlane Cup. tt wmi haB .,.,,, VT.r...i-
tt Juno JC-Oovernor.'s Cup nace. U ..".?.! . "", tro"ble '" de'eMn
tt July 5 Sea Wren Raoe.
tt Trap Shooting.
tt J.na 1-JVwWy'Cup.
tt Horif Raclngy
Queensland In the nrt Rugby
n uiBicn, uui mey may ue surprised
a-whn t.hey meet theV.autjaf "state
tt players, queeniland always turned
tt July 4 nter-Island meet.
tt Trint Pacific Yach,t Race,
tt July 9 Start from Ban Pedro.
tt World's Champlonltiln'Vlaht.
M out first-class Rugby men, and for
tt years New South Wnle had no
tt (chance against the "Bntinnalanders."
tt H took tho New Zealanders to de-
Ml feat Queensland, anil, nltlmnirh ilir
11 Tlllw Jfnta. Ittttrtrta' wa fn.il. IlL 1.1 - .. . ...
-.-.,. -..,r .U.,c- .o. , Uiy oo a .weoK team mis year, It
a Johnson. ttwll; surprise most people If the Call-
! ., ., .f?l0 tt fornlnhs win. Of course, 'the habit
tt August-InteMsland : Tournament, tt ,or , , pa,t nng bM fop N
ttttttttttttaoaatt.HHtttttitti?: xya,ea ,0 ra n" ne promising
I uugoy men who showed up In
matter which pairs meet,
match should be soon.
tt a tt
DOTS AND DASHES.
second at lialf-pnst throe o'clock
The standing of the tennis In the In
torscholastic series Is as follows:
P. W. I.. Pet.
Punahou , 8
High School ... 8
St. Louis 8
Kamehameha ... 8
Queensland. In this way the north
em state has been up against It for
first-class men, but still they have
a fine bunch of footballers there.
The Makura passengers were mdt
The St. Louis -and High 8 hoot by a. number of people who knew
teams will play this afternoon ni some of tlie boys, nnd soon autorao
Kamehnmeha grounds, and the Kn- biles were conveying the members of
mohamehas will tackle the Punnhous tho team all over the city. Win.
at the samd place. The first game Achl, who lately returned from Stan
will start nt 1:4ft o'clock und the ford University, was on the wharf
to greet his college chums, and they
were delighted to see him. Ken
netli Dole, who hails from Stanford,
was metjat the wharf by his uncle.
.75U .Judge Dole.
.COo'i All the expenses of the trip to and
.375 1 from ""Australia are being paid by
.350 the N, 8. Wales Rugby Union, and
that body will have some heavy pay-
Central Grammar School defeated tnents to niake. The young Ca'llfor
Kalulnnl yesterday afternoon by . n nlans will have the time of their
score of 12 to 3, and St. Louis beat.ll-es, and every Australian Is glad
the Training School 5 to 3, The to see these visits mado, os a moro
standing of the teams at present Is: I thorough knowledge of that great
Pet.' country, Australia, Is obtained by
1.000 the Americans, and some peculiar
.760 ideas changed. The American fleet
.667isallnrs had their eyes, opened; the
.600 1 tennis champions swear by the Kan
,00 j Karoo; the Columbia Park Hoys have
.333 j nothing but praise for the "Down
.000 Unders," and now the Callfornlan
Kaahumanu . ...:... 3
Punahou , . 2
footballers will have a chance toseo
A 24-hour walking race Is belng for themselves what things are like
mooted, and it may come off some In. the -land that all kinds of sport
day at the Deretanla courts, and no time In the near future. flourish In.
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
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man who appreciates comfort, courteous,
treatment and congenital, club-like sur
roundings as much as he does his cheer
ing glass ?
Bf otqUnear ;For
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T1IK uality of tho new ItAinblcr is such
tlint it mlnpls itself must perfectly to
MirromidiiiKs of iituil l'lliiK-inciit. It
is chiefly ly contrast with ollur similar jtro
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such features ns thodfTset crnnk slinft,
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llauibler Automobiles, 1 1,800 to tiMO
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dm MM INNV
H COUNTRY CLUB
Hawaiian Opera Hpiisj
The McRae Stock m
Links in Splendid Condition and
Much Interett Ii Beiiifj Taken
in Play. I
There will be a bogey tournament j
at the Country Club uu Monday next
and all the bent players Intend turn-'
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IUK Ulll IU IIIO I UU. 1 Wll 1UII1UKUU1U ........ .-J .. 1 ' . . .
...... i... i. ..!..... r... .1... THUKSDAY. FllIDAY. SATUHDAy
if i in unic uvmi BV'iroii'ii I vi .fu - -, - ..,., i
winners, and there' should be Bome ;AND SATURDAY MATINEETj
great play uetoro the toiiTnnmunt is t :
llell, the professional, has things
in. splendid condition ut the club, and
me links never looked better, me
fifth green has been changed some
what, and the aupioach to the hole'
made more attractive. The sixth
has also been chauged to neater the'
hillside, and altogether the, louisu
has been Improved :i lot.
There will be an 'qtfto'' running
from the end. of the car line, tii the
clubhouie on Monday, and -a- big
gathering of followers of the game !
Is expected. Entries for the. play
Will cloKo'at half-past ten oVIock- on
Monday morning nt the clubhouse,
tt It tt
This nftornoon there will be two
good games of hall at the leaguf
t.rniinl mii.1 Ilia nna IibIwabu !.,
N. O. II. and tho Hosnltal Co. should unu "l wwa, iua'UWJt
be worth going miles to see. The
other, between' the Marines and the
Fort Ruger inds, should also be
The Lion and
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