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v EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H-fTUDAY, JUNE 1?, I&16.
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pVliR $1 200.00 worth of
received from Factory this
Every body PLAY BALL
E. OLALL & SON, LTD.
'SI5S pal dine Distributors
W. C. PcacocR & Go., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
TEE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to all parts of (he city twice daily.
Telephone 4 Family Trade a Specialty Tdeohone 4
WE GUABANTEE OUB GOODS
The P. S. it generally the best part of the letter.
When you're thirsty, remember that P. S. alio stands for
King' and Nuuanu Streets. DICK SULLIVAN, Prop.
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
v Parrott fc'Co., San Franoisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
.(GRINNELL AUTOMATIC SPBINKLEB)
,4 . Neuinan Clpok Co.
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Royal Standard Typewriter
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There is nothing 1 better in the
It has the pure dairy butter tlavor
and will keep well
W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietor PHONE 45
AT ATHLETIC PARK
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it athletic clubs ate luVilod to send Jt
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tt euitlon under thohhno head tt
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tt thH Sporting Editor I alio tin. tt
tt Baseball. tt
tt MILITARY LtfAOUH. tt
tt June 18 N. 0. II. v Put lingers tt
tt Fort Shatter vs. Ill
tt June 19 Cavalry vs. Marines,
Portuguese to Play Marines and 7.
A. Cs. to Meet Chinese Juniors
I Have Morning Games.
On Sunday afternoon nt the Ath
letic Park there will be two flue,
games of baseball, und thaapiironch-j
Ing visit of the Waseda University
nine lends much Interest to the'
struggles between tho loial teams!
that are later on to compete with
the Japanese champions.
The Oahu league plajers are
worked up over the coming visit of
the Wnsedus, and tho class of ball
beli.g put up at the park promises'
well for the chances of tuo Honolulu
tenniB when opposed to the star ball
tossers fiom Nippon.
The first gome on Sunday will be
between the Portuguese Athletics
and the Marines, and the struggle
should Uo a good one. The P. A.
Cs. are Improving every day, and
with Soares and Frettas as the bat
tery there Is no telling what may
happen In the way of, shut-outs.
Soares Is holding his team together
well, and Kreltas Is pitching goodj
ball. The twiner Is a cool, level
headed plajer, and whtTn In n tight
corner always seems to do best.
The Marines hao changed a lot
since the das when good old relia
ble "Andy" wore the big mitt, and
there are now many new players ou
the-team:-A 'couple or men lame
from Manlln, and one of them. Weld
mann by name, has a great reputa
tion as a btll tosser. He has hard,
ly lived up to the reputation, but he
certainly has lilt a few two-baggers
that have pleased the fans.
' Peyton has been doing a lot of
pitching for the Marines lately, and
the best twlrler of the lot Gibson
has not had much opportunlt) of
showing his skill In the box. Gib-
ble Is nboiit the best pitcher In the
Oahu loague, and If he would only
battle down properly and practlco a
little, he would figure In every game,
lllncs Is another good pitcher who
has not done much lately. He, too.
would do better If he stajed home
nights und played crlbbago.
The socond game on Sunday win
be that between the Chinese Ath
letics and the J. A. Cs. It should be
an Interesting game also. The Chi
nese will tin tho litHt Individual team
to go up against the VTasedas on
their arrival, and a line on their ca
pabilities may be obtained by watch
ing ,how they perform against the
namplons of last year. The J. A.
C. team Is going strong, and It has
some- fine players sitting on tho
benchos every Sunday.
On Sunday morning the Oahu Ju
niors will have their usual two
games, and much Interest Is taken
In the doings of the joungstcrs. The
Asahls and C. A. C. Juniors will play
the first game, and tho second will
bo- between the Mu Hocks and the
There Is plenty of baseball nowa
days, and the fans can take their
lunch 'a fid stay all day nt the park
It they wish to. Tho diamond Is In
good order, and the erection of the
extra bleachers to accommodato the
expected thousands Is being proceed
tt Juno 19 Kwa .
tt Oahu Leaflue,
tt ATHLETIC FAIIK.
tt June 19 P. A. C.
tt C. A. C. vs. J. A
tt Oahu Junj
tt June 19 Asnhls vri
tt Hocks n. Palnmas
II S. M: tt
C. A C.i Mil tt
COUNTRY CLUB MEN
HAD HARD LUCK
High Wind Interfered With Good
Scores Few Men Equal or Beat
Par Tom Gill Does Beit.
tt INTKKNATION'AL 0A1IK9. tt
tt July 3 Waseda s. Oahu League tt
tt Golf, tt
tt COUNTRY CLUB, tt
tt July 4 Team Tournament. tt
tt July 1711. 0. C. Medal Play, tt
n HONOLULU ,CLUD. tt
tt June 19 Foursome. tt
tt Cricket. tt
tt Juno 18 Match. tt
tt Tennis. tt
tt July E. O. Hall Cup. tt
tt Sept. Woll Cup. It
tt Yachting. tt
tt luno 10 Governor's Cup Usee tt
tt July B Sea Wren Race. tt
tt Trap Shooting. tt
tt June 22 Weekly Cup. tt
tt Hon Racing. tt
tt WAILtlKU. V
St J nly 4 Inlor-lBland meet. tt
tt Trins Pacific Yacht Race. tt
tt July 9 Start from San Pedro, tt
tt World's Championship Fight, ti
tt July 4 James Jeffries vs Jack tt
tt' Johnson. tt
tt Polo. tt
tt August- Inter-Island Tournament.' tt
Will Arrive on June 2 First Game
Against AU-Oahu League on
Sutiday, June 3.
Next Wcdnesdaj the Waseda
baseball team Will Ieae Yokohama
for Honolulu, and the good ship
Chlo Maru will convey the Japan
ese to the Paradise of the l'ailflc.
The visitors should arrlvo In Hono
lulu on July 2. and on Sunday they
will play an All-Oabu League team.
On Monday, July 4, the Waseda will
go up against the C. A. Cs., and the
grounds should hardly be big
enough lo hold the crowd that will
surely attend. ,
Tho management of the park and
Oahu league will se to it that the
new bleachers hae enough room to
elt the faus who can not manage to
squeeze Into the grandstand or pres
ent bleachers. The new scnts are
being erected now, and three gates
will be open to admit tho crowd.
The present entrance lstoo sma.
altogether, and with different gates
for the threeports oP the grounds,
luere should be no trouble In get
ting the fang In and out of the
The C. A. Cs. ore determined to
make the Wusedas realize thot they
are playing ball when thoy go up
against them, arid a flue tight match
should result. It Is thought that
the Wasedas will not have their
shore legs on the day after their
arrival, but that remains to be seen.
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Philadelphia leads In the Ameri
can league, but stands In the last
place In the National league. ,
Fancy Dancing Exhibition
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL
TUESDAY EVE., JUNE zi&t.
Admission n..:.,x n.ll -... Tickets at '
$1.00 . Dancing Follows BcrRStrom Muslc Co
dined, and tho Honolulu peoplo will,
as usuli on tho greatest holiday of
the jear, loif around and talk about
whut n shame It Is that there Is
nothing doing In the capllnt of the
group, Little places like llllo and
Knliultil can get up sports nnd races,
but Honolulu Is dead.
There waj too much wind yester
day to allow of nny good Holf be
ing plnjed at the Country Club, but
still the Tom Morris competition had
to be plavnd off. The contest is nl
wh)h pfn)ed on the same day all
over the State, and neither rain,
wind nor snow Is sufficient renson
to postpone the play. The eight
men who took part in the com pet I
tlon yesterday had a hard time ol
It, ns the high wind made It alums'
impossible for them to make any
hole In thrlr usual fashion.
Murh Interest wag taken In the
contest, ns It was hoped that Hnuo
lulu might do better than last ear,
when the local team finished In front
of quite n number of mainland
teams However, under the condi
tions existing. It was Impossible to
do much, nnd the scores were con
Unit liiimlrtt nnil thlrtv.HAVpn
clubs entered for the Tom Morris
cup, nnd the play came off all oer
the mainland yesterday, The score
of the Country Club men will be
mailed lo the secretary of the West
ern Automation und later on, when
that bus) Individual has had time
to segregate the hundred nnd thirty
seven totals, tho result of tho com
petition will be mailed to Honolulu.
'Yesterday Tom 0111 bent par foul
times out of eighteen holes, and that
shows how the wind Interfered with
the work of the golfers. K. O
White, another sterling golfer, could
only beat par three times, and his
card showed fifteen downs. II. II.
GlfTaid also made the same number
of downs, nnd frank Armstiong
made sixteen. '
W. Simpson managed to beat par
once, but J, O. Young was down the
full eighteen times. White tied with
pnr three times In the first round,
but In tho second was down eycry
time. He did the first round In 45,
and the second In 49. Par was 33,
so he was a long way off,
On July 4 there will be team pla
at the Country Club, nnd a big
"rowd of golfers Is expected to at
tend. The usual arrangements will
be made for transportation to and
fiom the clubhouse, and a most en
joyable da should be spent by the
members and visitors to the club,
The professional has got things In
good shape at the Country Club, and
the links could not be bettor. The
greens are looking line, and the
whole place could not Ibe Improved
upon. The tennis courts are not
used much, but are always available
when an) one cares to play. The
club Is In a flourishing condition and
Is booming along ns never before.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
J. W. Harvey and Major Long
have two legs In for tho weekly
cup shoot. wTMVInfefll has won
onre, nnd no one else hag a leg In
for the tiophy,
The dall) scores and standing ot
the American und National leagut
teams, which appear In tho II u I
1 e 1 1 n, nro a blcstlng to nil tht
followers of the game. Much favor
able comment on the enterprise of '
the II u 1 1 1 1 u Is expressed by
ever) body. ,
Hawaiian Opera House
Henry McRae. StocR Co.
This afternoon nt I o'ylo k the
Oahu College alumni baseball team
will meet the students, and a se en
tailing game will be pln)ed at Alex
ander I'leld. A big turnout Is ex.
And the Balance of This Week
There will be summer gnmes nU
baseball among the schonlbo)s, nnd
It. S. Oault of the Y. M. C. A. U
looking after the pla).
Louis Morrison na Mcphisto
Margaret Oswald as Marguerite
The Idea of having some sports
lo mark July Fourth has been nban-
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clean, tastefully-appointed bar. One bar in Honolulu
is 'way ahead in comfort, elegance, taste.
" It's .The Fashion"
Hotel near Fort
The Two Jades'
Under the Auspices of the
HONOLULU -JAPANESE BICYCLE
Sunday, June 20, 1310, 8:30 A. M.
FREE FOR ALL 15-MILE RACE
JAPANESE 10-MILE RACE ....
FREE FOR ALL 10-MILE RACE
FREE TO? ALL UNDER 15 YRS.
5-M.'LE RACE Juniors
CHAMPIONSHIP 3-MILE RACE....
Open to Winners of 10 and 15
Entry Liiti open at any of the
Japanese Bicycle bhops.
ENTRIES CLOSE JUNE 20, 1010
WILL BE IN HONOLULU
Burns vs. Lang
At Aioha Park
Mrs. Carrie Jacobs-
OMIer Own Compositions, nt
'St. Andrew's Parish
FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 17
On Sale at Bergstrom Music
HONOLULU ATHLETIC PARK
Sunday, June 10, 1010
U. S. MARINE CORPS Vs. P. A. 0. '
J. A. C. vs. C, A. C. 1
Admisiion 25c, 15c, and lOo. I
SPECIAL SERIES 12 QAMES ' I I
WASE.DA UNIVERSITY'- Jfjira
OAHU LEAGUE AND ALL-HAWAII jjW
Season Commencing- July 3, 1010 t
Ilnx Plan for Sermon Tickets nt thn
Chambers Drug Co. 'ti
Fort Street Below BeretanU
THE 1BS0NS Musical Novelties
I CARL WALNER Whistler
Admission 5c, 10o.( 15o.
Get your Seats now at Fitzpatrick
Cigar Store, Hotel and Fort.
Burns will challenge the winner
of the Jeffries Johnson fight,
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
THE ROYALS AND
In Short Sketches
Admisiion 15c, 10c, 5c
MOTION v PICTURE' VAUDEVILLE
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING
ODD TELLOWS' HALL
Instruction from 7 to 8 o'clock
Social from 8 to 10:30 o'clock
KVUIIY nilDAY CVENINO
For Tuition, Apply at Hall
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