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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., -WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1910
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BY THE HOME PLAYERS
Waialna Team Has Withdrawn From
League, but Three Nines Will
Arrange New Schedule Ewi.
Plays Waianae on Sunday.
It -will lie neon! with regret tha'
the Walalua plantation basebnil nln.
has withdrawn from the Biigat
planters' league and thero''oro con
sequent!)' only three tenmii In th
competition now. Waianae, Kwn and
Walpahu should, however, provldt
some good syiort, and a new schedule
of game In being arranged. Sec
retary Miles or the league Is hard
at work fixing thing up for the hal
mice of the season, and he promises
that a very attractive schedule wlf
be ready In a day or so.
The .reason tor the Walalua with
drawal wn that they had u playei
who works In Honolulu and returni
to Walalua for Saturday evening
and Sundays. The other teams con
sldered that the aforesaid playei
was not a resident of Walalua, anil
consequently asked for his discharge
from the nine. This being insisted
on, caused the withdrawal, or tnt
Walalua team from the competition
Last Sunday at Walpahu the Wal
anae bunch met the home nine, ant
after an Interesting game the Wal-
pahus won by a scoio or 10 to 6
Walpahu wtig first to .core, and In
the third Inning they made one run
Waianae then took n brace, and In
the fourth Inning they plied up
hrce,, rum., .much to the delight. o
their supporters. i t'
'! In the .fifth the AVnipsi'hu boy.
riiade two runs and tlsd the score
The 'excitement, wok, Ih.n' Intense,
and ho,rpotlng something to bo re
metnber,ed, The.iflut half of tin
sixth' (flolng yielded ono run for thi
Wdla'nacs, and- they thon led on tin
score .hoard. . ,The Walpahus, how
ever, (piled upnodessjlhan four-rune
In their half of the sixth, and the
hops of the Walanaes were dashed
to the ground. They, however, kcpl
going, and In the eighth and ninth
lunlngs, respectively, added one-run,
making their total six.
The Walpahus then scored two
men In the eighth, and ono In the
ninth, and the ganyi ended 10 to C.
The Walanaes were entertained very
hospitably by the Walpahu boys, and
a very enjoyable time wag spent
after and before the game. Next
Sunday Kwa will play Waianae at
Rwa, and a good, -exciting game Is
expected. . The .official score,. or last
Sunday's, game Is as follows;
AnilHBIlA O K
P. I.opcs, cf, ..,.4 0 0 O'O 1
J. Meyers, ss. a..! 3 ,2 ,3 3 2
A. M, Simpson, p., 4 p 0
a. Meyer, lb 4 0 0
K, Kanohb, 2b. ...4 lx0
J. Mundon, rf-B8...4 2 1
P. Meyer, c.-rf....4 0 o
W. Jack, 3b 4 0 1
K. Nishl. If. 4 0 1
Ralncry, rf 4 0 0
30 0 G 0 10 27 4
ab nil sd a o
fb. ,,r 2 2 2 0 12
W. E. Miles,
H. Kaubano. 3b. ,.S
A. Rodrlgues, cf,E
V, Depohte, s 5
C. Ftcltas, p.' m.,4
C. Sptllncr, rf. ...0
J. Portal, rf. ...1..3
Is the best pla;ceirih iown ifbtfthe thirsty
man who appreciates comfort, courteous
treatment and congenial, club-like sur
roundings as much as he does his cheer
ing glass ?
"It's The Fashion v
Hotel near Fort "Tlie Two Jacks"
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'tt MILITARY LEAOIIE. tt
tt Juno 4 Fort Slinfter . Fort tt
A Ituger; N. 0. II. s. Marines, tt
.t June 6 Hospital Co. vs Fifth St
t PLANTATION LBAflUK.
,t Juno 5 En vs. Walnnne.
t Oahu League.
3 'ATHLETIC I'AltK.
a June B J. A. C. vs. C A. C;
,S Marines vs. V.t. C.
t Oahu Juniors.
t Juno C Asahl vs. I'alamas; Mil-
,i hocks vs. C. A. C. Jrs.
it INTERNATIONAL OAXIE8.
t July 3 Wnseda vs. Oahu League.
t Skstlna Marathon.
-S June 4 Princess Rink.
St COUNTRY CLUn.
tt Juno 11 Four Ball TournameDt, tt
tt HONOLULU CLUII.
tt June 19 Foursome.
rt Jutio 4 0onlng of season.
t Juno 2 Annual championship.
tt Juno 11 Progressive Tnurnn-
SS June E Macfarlane Cup.
tt June 20 Oovernor's Cup Race
St July D Son Wren Race.
't Trap Shooting.
St Juno 1 Weekly Clip.
S Horse Racing.
'1 July 4 Inter-Island meet.
1 Trins Pacific Yacht Race,
tt July 9 Start from San Pedro.
rt World's Championship Fight.
t July 4 James Jeffries vs. Jack t:
St Johnson. '
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tt August I ritor-UlanA -Tournament, tt
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Q. Paaukaula, Sb.,5
M. Orcnellas. If. ..5
3 Pankutiln, c. ..4
41 10 10 4 14 27 M
Home runs, J. Mundon. J. Puahauh;
thrcc-baso hits. C,' Freltas: two base
hits, A. Rodrlguqs, WJ C Mile:1 struck
out, by Simpson 9, by Freltas 11; base
on balls, off Simpson 3, Freltas 2; hit
by pitched ball, C. Splllner: double
play, Freltas to O. Paaknula to Miles;
J. Paakaula to O. Puakaula; I'shl to
Hanoho. Time or game, 1 hr"."S mln
Umpire, II. Chllllngworth.
Wnlanoe 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 1 B
Walpahu 0 0 10 2 4 0 2 110
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Thero arc only Ave entries for tho
ladles' singles tournament that siarts
today, and Mrs. Coulter will meet Miss
Sewall this afternoon on the Ilerctari
la courts. The match will bo ror tho
best tlireo nut of five sets and the
winner will havo to play Miss Ilnrn
ham tomorrow afternoon,
Tho postioned skating marathon
will como off on Saturday night next
nt tho Princess rink. 'All the officials
who took part In tho last race are re
quested to bo" present on Saturday
On Thursday atternoon Miss nich
ards and Miss Sheffield will play their
match In tho ladles' singles, nnd on
Friday tho finals will bo played off be
tween tho two that are left.
Charllo Lambert, tho well known
Bport, has on exhibition at his new
placo of business a pair of gloves that
were used by nattllng Nelson In many
of his fistic engagements.'
REVIVAL OF HORSE
EVENTS ON OAIIU
BIO MEETING WAS
HELD LAST EVENING
Attractive Program for Man and
Horse Arranged July Fourth
at Kapiolanl Park Good Prizes
There was an enthusiastic meet
ing ot horsemen nt the Young Ho
tel last night, anil some t'wonty-llve
members of the revived club got to
gether nlid arranged for a program
of sports that Will be puled off on
July 4 nt Kapiolanl Pnr,k. Includ
ed In the progiam are foot, blcjcle,
harness, running, walking ami mo
toric) cling events, and as, the total
amount or prize money Is expected
In touch the 11200 mark, some good
liberal stakes Villi be provided.
The object of the meeting last
,nlght was to revUe tha sport of
horse raring on Oahu, mid eventual
ly to estnbllsh a triangular circuit
with meetings on Hawaii. Maul and
ii wui me nriinu til mi' uieviliiK
that the people of Honolulu want to
lift vi Mime kind of sports on July 4
and It Is thought that many lain
dreda or pt;ti parties will go out
to Kapiolanl Park, spend the day
under the trees, iind, ut! (he same
time; be amused and Interested spec
tators ol the various events. The
usual bunch or excursionists will go
to Maul, but there are thousands of
I eoplu who can not afford the ex
pense of a trip to the Valley Is
land. These people will be catered
for In the amusement line, nnd there
wit) be, no admission Charge to the
r j es. i
The, horses that will -compete will
not be kept away from Maul, as none
of il(em were ever Intended to make
rttie trip lo-Kuhulul. Although this
niiinials may not be so Inst as the
ones . t but, will race Ut Maul, there
UH he soniBi goud fan' provided 1y
the gee-gees that race at Kapiolanl
Several committees were elected,
and they were as follow: Executive
Committee Senator Harvey, J. T.
Sllva, Hen Holllnger, Jack aibson,
W. Douthltt. A. W. 8eabury, II. M.
Ayres and Or. Rowatt. ' Financial
Committee A Wi Seabury, W. Bav
Idge, gvuutOr Harvey, J, T. Sllva,
The program that was diawn up
Is an attractive one, and tt reads as
Harness Eventtfi-iHair-mlle, trot
ting and paclhgr 'free for all; best
two out ot three heats. Ona mile
gentleman driving race.
Running Horse Races 3-8 mile
Hawaiian bred; 1-2 mile Hawaiian
bred; 3-4 mile free for all; 1-2 mile
free for all; 1-f mile pony race; one
mile mule race.
Athletics Five 'miles running
race; one mile, walking rare.
Cycling Ono mllo scratch race.
Motor-cycling Five miles scratch
Another meeting will bo held on
Saturdy night and rrogfess will
be reported. Next year the races
will be held on the old raring date
June 11 and by that time It Is
hoped that a regular hiir-mlle track
will be ready for use.
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Pat Cornyn Is starting In to oxer-
clso In vlow of his boxing contest with
Nelson, which Is set for tha evonlng
of June 11,
fi tWir'-i dtktjtt '.-TrliTiii it'inf Ifti n f 1 1' nifaifli ' ill
SI. LOUIS TEAM DEFEATED
L-SHE 12 TO i
Kahalewal Flays Good Game and
Aylett Makes Great Catch.
In a game that was plajed on the
Alexander Field jesterdny afternoon,
(he SalntB' second nine defeated the
Highs' tecoud team by a Bcore of
12 to 6.
Elmer Conaut, a southpaw, pitch
ed n grand game or the Saints,
while Mayehnra, for the Highs, also
did as well.
A reaturo of the game were the
plajlng and hunting or Kuhulewal,
the Saints' second baseman. , An
other was a catch pulled off by Ay
lett In the fifth, of a hot liner driven
by Hans PnHsoth; nlid Hnnplll also
made n thren-baggcr In the seventh
The Saints ore still In the lead,
having won three and lost one.
The line-ups of both teams were
Snlnts K. Connnt. p.; Iliilll, 31).,
Lopes, cf.; Hoaplll, If.; FasHOth, Hi,;
Kahnlewal, 2li.; Tin Yin, ss,; I.vons,
rL; W. Cockett, c.
Highs Cushle, r ; Aylett, ss.;
Fook On, 2b.; Moyehara, p.; Afong.
lb.; Fairy, ir ; Apau, ct.f Ernest
tng, rf.; Mack, 3b.
Umpires,. Piper and Wm, Zlegler
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mcm puns win
AHf OF SMT
Mixed Program Will Be Pulled -Off
and Walkers and Itunners Pro
Nigel Jackson Is not dismayed by
tho fact that ho came out a loser In
tho fifteen miles race which he pro
moted for Memorial Day, and ho is nl
ready dashing around figuring mi a
day's sport on Juno 11, Jackson Ik
thinking of having a mixed program
or running and walking ram and, In
cluded will be a hundred yard, dash.
two-twenty uasn, ono mile run, onu
mllo walk and a five, mites run.
This mixed urogram should attract
n tot nt tipntilti nnil IhnVcht nf Knrwi
running a flo miles race against the
best In the country should bo a Hue
one. Tho hundred yard sprint should
bo it Reality too, and fust time should
be put up.
iTJiore Is not much time hrfore Ka
mt'hsmeha Day but the Marathon Kid
Iambus, and that menus something do
ing till tho time. The' meeting will
bo hekl at tho league grqunds and?tlv
en n fine day there should bo a lingo
crowd ot holiday makers nt tho base
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TWO III dlMIt
Sill SERIES YEHV
Saints Bcat Foyals and the Central
Qrainrnit School Defeated Ka-
Yesterday afternoon thero wero two
hall games played In tho Grammar
school series, and somo good -play
was seen by the fans. The first game
was at he Iloys' Field, whr-ru tho St.
Louis n'lno met the Royal bunch. Tho
gamo resulted lit a win for tho Saints
by a score of 17 to C, and great was
tho Joy of tho College lads. Tho Itoyal
made five In their first Inning, and
that was all thoy could do till tho
ninth when they made ono ,moro. The
Saints jsored In six Innings, and In
tho flftli, sixth nnd seventh they added
ten runs to tho flvo they had already
jnado; then In tho ninth thoy mado
two nioro and that ended tho chances
of the Itoyals.
Tho other game was played at the
Maklkl field nnd resulted In a narrow
victory for tho Central Grammar
school over tho Knahumanu nlno by a
score of 13 to 12.
The standing of tho teams nt pres
' W. I- Pet.
St. Louis 4 " 0 1.000
Puliation 2 1 .60T
Kaahumanu 3 2 .COO
Central 3 2 .C00
Kalulanl 2 2 .C00
Itoyal ...., ' 1 3 .250
Training 0 6 .000
IT KAKMK0 IRAK
Harvey and Brown Have Legi In for
Trophy Seml-Annual Cham
pionship Shoot, June 20,
This afternoon at the Kakaakn
traps the weekly cup shoot will bo
continued and tho third competition
shpt off. The shoot will be n twenty
bird affair and tun clays will be shot
at tho known und ten at tho unknown
II. D. Uowen nnd J. V. Harvoy havo
each got a "leg In" for ttie trophy but,
Judging from 'the way the previous cup
shoot went, thero. Is no telling how
many men may havo their names onco
iOr twlco on tho trophy bctoro tho
f Tho gun club members havo all got
used to the Loggott trap now, and
Hawaiian Opera House
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IrN IIIN MAGICAL. Apparatus
11.11 lullu rtpcciai scenic sua
Positively the Greatest Scncatlon
the World han ever Seen
Nlcols'a Wonderful Hand Cuff Act.
Mile. Sutton's Peerless Hypnotic
The Astounding Japanese Water
The Deautlful Illusion "Tha Astral"
The Metamorphosis of Doll.
The Enchanting Throne of Delhi.
100 Other Startling Features
AND A DIG LIST OF
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Park Theater i
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MINETTE RHODES Sedo-Comio
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WEDNE&DAY AND SATURDAY '
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R0WE AND MAYO, Comedians '
somo good work Is being dune nt tho
unknown angles. Tho trap throws thu
clays out nt a great rate ot speed anfl (
at most unexpecfud angles.
Preparations are being made for tho
thirteenth semi-annual championship
Bhoot, which Is Jo come off on Juno 2C,
The program Is being made up, and"
somo cry attrncthe events wilt flgifre
on It, AH the best shots In tho Tef
rltory nro expected to take part In
tho shoot, and a cordial Invitation "is
extended to overyono wlm'takea an In
terest in guumng. w