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BVKN1NC1 BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II. Tl'KSHAY, JUNK Zt, 1910.
BY V. L.
TEAM WILL BE
HERE JULY 1
EXCITEMENT IS INCREASING
(J AS TILE DATE APPROACHES
All Oaliu League Nine to Tackle the
'Visitors First Punahou to Plaj
Saturday Oamcs The Nipponese
Arc to Stop at Azuma Club.
All (he plans In regard to the
tlslt of the Waseda Unttcrslty li.iwe
linll ttam In Hawaii are dimplctc
ninl tho Jiipiiipio- will Im rIvcii n
crrnt time while the) uro In Mono
lit 1 tt 'I ho Watering hnto hecn plaj
lug good ball oer In tho huul ll
Nippon, ninl tin- present tlslt to I In
wall In the result of tho keen Inter
est Unit litis been taken In the Atncr
lean uitlonnl game ccr $ln"c tin
locul hnrcuiill people vent n team t(
Ag iinnoumeil In the II u 1 t e 1 1 n
jisterda, the Waseda plajcrs -wilt
piobahl) reach Honolulu a da) ear
ller than expected, ns the Chlr.
Maru, tho vessel the) are coming
on, Is already twenty -four liouri
ahead It was at first thought that
tho Wasedas would arrive hero on
Hiturday, July 2, hut from present
Indications tho famous hunch of hall
loggers will he In port on 1'rldaj.
The WmxHlau must ha good, as,
on June S, they played and detente I
u picked tenm from the American
warships stationed In tho I'ar L'ast.
The score was C to 3 in fntor of tin
Wandas, and the 't.irxlly men werr
iiuch elated over their tlctor).
The visitors will be put up at tin
Azuma Club on School street, and
the whole house will ho turned otel
to them Thoy should ho ery com
fortahle at the club, and every ar
ruiigement (or their comfort hat.
The International series will start
up on Jul) 3, and an All-Oahu
League team has been selected to
try out the Vniedag first. Thi
home nine U not the very strongest
thut could be selected, but as the
vlsltois will-not have their shore
legs fur a tew dujs, the game should
be a close one
On Jul) 4 the Chinese Athletlct
"III go up against the Wasedas, and
a tine, exciting game should event
uato. K tho visitors defeat the C
A. C. outfit easily, then it will b
teen that the best nine that thu
Juniors tan get together will he hard
put to hold their own.
Ileshles the Oaliu league teams,
tho Waccdas will play' games with
the Punahous on Saturda)s all the
Oaliu games are on Stindaju andni
the Puns have a really strong team,
there should be somo fine struggles
It la to be regretted that the St.
Louis nine, which in 1S07 went to
Japan and played a series of games.
cltnulil int tin ttiLrls... . t I.. 1.
Hr'thi"0!.!!! ,uKI"s l"m.ln tUe B0"i
The military league (cams ma)
potulbly arrange games with tho YVu
eedan'durlng their stay In Hawaii
and it Is to he hoped that it bo to
Some of tho servlie nines would put
up great gamca against the Nippon
Tickets for the series are belns
sold rapidly, and nearly all seats foi
ecry game are sold out. The
bleachers nro being gone ahead with,
and there should be extra accommo
datlon for the thousands who mean
to qttend the games,
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DOTS AND DASHES.
The Hawaiian Ulcctrlc I.ight Co
ba se'lia 1 1 jilne were (lofeated n
baseball giimo by Itaniliart'a. boys on
Sunday last. Tho score was !) to 4
In favor of tho Ito brigade.
About fifty members of the Out
rigger Club have signified their In
,' tendon of taking part In the I'ourtli
of July regatta at Wulklkl.
Simmons of tho Thetis Is still
.nuiiiig ior u repiy in his cuaiiengc
ro box "Spider" Holmes,
Blluuco Bomotlmoi gives niisent
unil sometimes It gltcs offense,
TO CURE A COID IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine
TablcU, All druRcists refund
tho money if it (nils to cure,
$, W. f3rovii' biijiiatunt Is on
i ' j . r' l.
, .ivubiiiuu -
v"i i. $ '"' ''
VOWELL-SCHMIDT TO MEET
On Saturday, at Neighborhood Club,
the Ewa. Pair Will Meet Castle
and Nowcll Will Be Other
Tomorrow afternoon the final of
hn Miuioa Valley tennis tourua
ncnt "will ho pla)ed, and In it Now
cll Schmidt and Hlccrc Slnglchurst
a III meet. The in itch should be a
t;nori one, as nil four phi) era nro In
300(1 form, and they hnve done well
n the tournament right through.
The mnl finals brought together
sowcll-Sihinldt and Kelly -(.loetz, nnd
the former pair won out by two sets
straight, G-2, 6-1 The winners gave
ihelr opponents a handicap of IS
Hid owed half.nttcen also
In the second match Steere and
jlnglchurst met Werthmueller nnd
Macintjre, ninl tho former pair won
)y two sets straight. C-2. 6-1. Tho
dtcere-Slnglehurst combination .was
too strong, and tho losers did not
have iinn.li chance of winning.
The Neighborhood club lg arrang
ing a fine afternoon's tennis for Sat
urdn), and McJeecr and Groen-
.lelil df ,Kwa are going to take part,
In the pin). McKeever has not
played much tenuis lately owing to
his time being all taken up withltla
duties ns hend limn of the planta
tion. Still, he pla)g a hard, forclnc
jame, and Is er active on the net.
.Votultlisfuiidlng his lack of practise,
he will bo sure to show some good
tenuis on Saturday,
(Ireeiifleld has been StcKecver's
Partner for some )enrs now, and the
jnlr nmllTslnnd one another's play
i) a nlcet). (Ireeiifleld Is better on
ong ijrlves than on air strokes, and
lie hacks up his more brilliant part
N'owell and A I.. Castle will be
he Kwa pilr's opponents, and the
ilantatlon pair will be up against
tbout the strongest double placrs
in the Terrltor). Castle Is pla)lnj
irc.it tennis nowndaB, and Nowcll
nig been on the com Is dally for a
The match will bo for the best
hree out of live sets, and a big
rowd Is sure to be at tho Neighbor
lood courts on Saturday. The stars
will play on number one tourt, and
heie will bo other tuatihes on the
'cnialnlng courts. Most of tho best
ilayers from the Ileretanla, Pacific
md Manoa Valley clubg will bo on
'land, and some fine play should be
Afternoon tea will be served, and
Mrs. r. IJ. uamon will preside over
he function. All tennis enthusl
i8ts are Invited to tho courts for
tho afternoon, and a most cnjojable
"e " look!d " ,o ur evw
iins mm mm
3reat Show Arranced by Club Mem
hers Ilich Divine and Boxing
itunti uooa jausicai Program.
On Friday night next the Ilea
lanl Iloat Club will entertain all Its
irlonds at a smoke concert that
promises to bo tho host over given
it tho club. The Houlanls arc flour,
suing noilawajs, and no less than
me hundred and twcnt)-flve morn
ers now bolong to tho Institution.
The tlubrooms Jn the upper story
jf tho uoathouso liuvo been liunrov-
ed ami look very well now. Down
utalrs the Lew shower baths and
lockets have been Installed, and
everything that tan bo thought of
for tho lomfort of tho members bus
A fine prograig of wings, dances
and other stunts has beon arranged,
and a couple boxing bouts between
tar pugilists will add to the enjoy
liieut of those fortunate enough to
be picseiit on l'rlday night.
Out of doors the club will also
bilug off eome high diving and tru
pee wurk under the glani of a
ttoarihllglit, unit somo startling per
fortiiames ale pinnUHd, " Tim whole
sliow should he a kikhI huh, uiiiI us
i large number of Imitations have
beon riil mil, llieri' will iIiiiiIiIImhh
i ,i i i
" in H I'liOH hi spun I"
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101 1 PACKARD COUPE
" " One of many new styles of open and en
closed cars with fore-door bodies. One quality; two sizes
the '-Packard "Thirty"and the Packard "Eighteen" Town Car
Early deliveries. Now taking orders. Catalog and informa-
liiiii im irinii-M.
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COMING EVENTS. '
tt Secretaries and lauagers of tt
tt athletic clubs are Invited to send tt
tt In tho dates of nny events which tt
tt the) may bo getting up, for In- tt
tt sertlon under tho above head, tt
tt Address all communications to tt
tt the Sporting Editor, I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n. tt
tt IlASi:i)AM.. tt
tt International Games. tt
tt July 3. Waseda vs All Oaliu tt
tt League. '
tt July 4 Waseda vs. C. A. C.
tt Oahu League Series.
tt June 26 I. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
tt June 20. Marines vs. C. A. C.
tt Oahu Juniors.
tt June 26 Asahl vs Mil Hocks.
tt Juno 26. Palama vs. C. A C. Jr.(tt
tt Plantation League. tt
tt Juno 26r Kwa vs. Walpahu, tt
tt Military League. tt
tt June 25 Marines vs. Kort Shaf tt
tt ten tt
tt Juno ,25 Fort linger vs. Hospl- tt
tt tat Co.
tt Juno 26
-N. 0. II. vs. Fifth Cnv-
tt July 4 Team Tournament, Conn
tt try Club. ,
tt July 17 Medal Play, Honolulu tt
tt Gplf Club.
tt ' Cricket.
Dlshop & tt
tt Juno 25 H. C. C. vs,
tt July B O. Hall Cup
tt Sept. Wall Cup
tt June 26 Governor's Cup tface,
tt July 3. Sen Wren Itaco.
tt Trap Shooting-
tt June 22. Weekly Cup.
tt Jupo 21! Semi annual Champion- tt
tt ship Shoot. tt
tt Horse Racing. tt
tt Juty 4, Kahtiltil Itacos. tt
tt Trans Pacific Yacht Race, tt
tt July 9 Start from San Pedro tt
tt World's Championship Fight. tt
tt July 4, James Jeffries vs. Jnck tt
tt Johnson, ' tt
tt Polo. tt
tt August-rSeasnn Opens. tt
tt Boxing. tt
tt Juno 21. Tom ni) Horns vs lllll tt
tt Uiik tt
tt Juno 21. Johnson vs, Young tt
tt (Inns, t tl
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PERRY DAVI8' PAINKILLER
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runups have no tenuis In I he house
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1011 PACKARD "THIRTY" COUPE
Von Hamm -
FIGURES SHOW WHERE MONEY
' GOES FROM LIQUOR TRAFFIC
Prohibition ointors, who are mnk-
iug a good living in California by
abusing the Industiles wo represent.
allege thut tho American peoplo
spent mure than a billion dollars
(Sl.uuu.OOO.Ouv) last ) ear for di Ink.
Well, Suppose They Did,
Who Got This Money?
iiu lunuurs kui last
)ear for corn, bailey,
r)e, hops, and other
farm products used
by the brewers and
There was paid In
wages by the retail
liquor merchants to
their hcli, . 200,000
cmplo)cs, bar clerks,
porters, etc ,-160,000,000
Thcro wits paid In
wages b) tho brow
ing, wlnor) and dis
tilling plants .'..... 64,000.000
Tho United States Gov
ernment got as liq
uor taxes laBt )ear t
nearly ono third of
the entlic. tost of
running the Federal
government, or .... 216,000,000
The different cities and
counties of the Uiilt-
EWA PlaNTATION TEAM BEATS
AIEA BY SCORE OF 9 TO
Fernandez Fitches Orcat Ball and
Saves the Day A Big Crowd
Tho IJn baseball tenni win the
baseball guitio plajed with tho Aloa
team, at i:a bull grounds, tn the
luno of 9 to 8 The Kwns proved
to lie too Htioiig fur the Aleus In tho
hatting line, IMIrher Ko'ilolm of
Al... r , .,...., .,
oii-h .tub itiiiiiu iiuriiiK uiu uuiiy,
pull of tho giimi) unil was wulluiied'
all titer the fluid
, Meier, stui bailor, lilt a three.
ImCM'r. whll" J I. lias ami C (ilrvln
en h made n twn Imimit Jiiii Kiln
md V I'lirimncli'U forum! Ibu but
ei mi me i;wm, mnl KiMiiiiiui null
Kiinill fiu Uiu AIimis
'I bin lilli her I'liriiinidnn urn Ihiiiii
" n I ' ' "k W -v""V-' ""J7A"-t"
lW Hwm4Tmmimmtn fcTatffcliiUMgh
Young Co., Ltd.
ed States got as li
The brewers paid for
coal last year
Tho brewers, wineries
and distillers paid
l'lie Insuramo agents
got as premiums fium
the liquor trade....
The coopers and manu
facturers of similar
Tho manufacturers of
goods, plumbing, liar
ness, wagons, paints,
brushes, signs, print,
lug and glassware,
got as their share of
tho "drink bill", . . .
The railroads got 'from
tho brewers, wine
ries and distillers for
handling freight , , .
Die remainder or thn ilrlnv l.l 1 1
na9 divided among the 00,000 liq
uor merchants of the United Stntes.
It would make about xionn n iwir
apiece, out of which they must, pay
their rent and clothe dud educate
men guessing ut times, ylth his good
delivery striking out no less than
imu ijiuii io iwuiuuus live (
Tho star performance of tho day
was In the lust Inning. Vhon Pitch.
cr rornnudrs struck out tho lut
three men, ono, two, three. (
Tho llnoups of botli teams wore at
Ia Joe Ellas, c ; M. Ilodrlgues,
31), i C.OIrvIn, lb.T W. Meyers, 2b,.
M, IViiiiiindes, p.; J, Truvers, If,; J,
Uilug, tf,; l, Chrlutlciison, rf.; II,
Alea M. Cab nil, ss,; J, Joter,
if ; II, Kuulll, c,j Kealoha, p.; Ku
puu, If ; l.lmiinul, 3b,; lionlto, 2h,;
A) uu, Hi ; Vim, if,
I'niplie, Joo Vlrulni) scorer, KIUJ
"There l a draft cnnilnis In thn
window," tald liU wife "ut It u
drowsily lluffiilo lixpross
noiiin Muiuen twin il nitlmr loin.
"'" 'MI' I
rlPSSym ',J"8"il'!' rt 'il')i
Fancy Dancing Exhibition
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL
- TUESDAY EVE.', JUNE aisr.
riToo Dancing Follows Bjr2U
Under the Auipiceg of the
HONOLULU JAPANESE BICYCLE
Sunday, June 26, 1910, 8:30 A. M.
FIIEE FOIt ALL 15-MILK II ACE
JAPANESE 10-MILE RACE ....
FREE FOR ALL 10-MILE RACE
tREE FOR. ALL UNDER 15 YRS
3-MJLE RACE .Junior
CHAMPIONSHIP 3-MILE RACE....
Upen to Winner of 10 and 15
Tntrv T.ilU onen of 1 aim' nf ' flio
Japanese Bicycle Shops.
ENTRIES CLOSE JUNE 20? 1010
Corner Nnuaifu and Fanahi Street
, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
MOTION PICTURE VAUDEVILLE
ZANGWILL'S PLAY '
"Merely Mary Ann," us presented
for tho tlist tlmo last night by tlnj
Mcltao company ut the Operu House,
was a pleasing and successful Intel'
pretutlon of tho famous play written
by Isiuel Zaugwlll.
Laura Hudson, In the title rqle,
udds another to her list of Honolulu
successes, and George Webb also
m al.es the nioit of his pari.
"Merely Mary Aun" will continue
until Thursday night, and will be
followed for the next threq nights
by the conclddlug piny of tho Mc
Hue season, "Dorothy Vernon ot
Huddon Hall," tho last performance
of which will be git en Saturday
The cast of "Merelj Mary Ann":
Lancelot A composer. ., Geo, Webb
Mr. I'oter In buelnoss ,
Ilerr llarlmeon A mualo publish
er Louis Morrison
Itcv. Samuel Suipdge A country
tlcar , , ., James Dillon
O'Goriuau A Siindaj journalist..
Jim Ulajdes A medical student..
f. Kiank Hotto
Lord Valentine Foxjvoll A Gil.
don youth. . .Sherman Dalnbrldge
Mrs Lcadbotter A lodylng house
keeper , Miss Loulso Mclioso
Ilpslo Her daughter. , .Miss Konn
Lady Chalmers A poor peeress, ,
.Miss Loita Ilrouson
Carolluo Countess of l'oxwell, her
frlcnj , Miss Kenny
Mary Ann, Merely, .,,..,
Miss Lnura Hudson
Dick A canary.
Howard A footman, .Leslie Stuart
Tho man who marries for money
should bo willing to lake tho hu
miliation thut goes with It.
Did It oter occur to you to try your
own udtUe befoio turning It oter
to others? ,
A pessimist defines society as a
lot of uobodlea who talk ubout nolle
ula Kalunlc nmjtiity booiiled hy
tiuslnets when lie"nventei (xilltles,
If time wine money, uiimt nf us
ttnuMirt luitn n iiilipile In Npurii
, "'liyiiumir hvnrwn
Hawaiian Opera House
Henry4 McRae Stock Co.
TUESDAY AND WEDNE3DAY
Will Be in Honolulu
Merely Mary Ann
The frreftfrxt iirroiii nf ntiv Amm.
ican play ever produced in Europe.
The Henry McRae Stock Corananv's
iicst Comedy i
A PECULIAR COMEDY BETTER
THAN DAVID HARUM
Thursday. Friday and Saturdav
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall":
a ister plav to "When Kniirhthood
Was in Flower."
To Be Given at the
KIL0HANA ART LEAGUE HALL
By Special Request
Mr, Frank Speaight
Of London Will Give the Following
TUESDAY, June 21, at 8 p. m.
"A TALE OF TWO CITD2S
THURSDAY, June 23, at 8 p. m.
"GEMS FROM DICKENS."
A, Course Ticket, admitting to the
above Three "Recital. S2: Slnfjle
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. Junc-
22. 3:30 o'clock "PICKWICK PA-
College Students .60
Tickets can be obtained from
Bergstrom's Music- Store or at the
Kilohana Art League Hall.
HONOLULU ATHLETIC PARK
I Sunday, jfunc 26, 1010
J. A. C. vs. U. S. M. C.
, P. A. C. vs. C. A..C.'
Admission 29o 15c, and 10c.
1 I !,
SPECIAL SERIES 12 GAMES
OAHU LEAGUE AND ALL-HAWAII
Season Commencing July 3, 1010
Dux Plan for Scubon Tickets at the
Chambers Drug Co.
Fort Street Below BereUnia
DESMOND SISTERS and SHERMAN
THOMPSON In Sonp and Dance
CARL WALNER Whistler
Admission , .Co., 10o., 15c.
THE ROYALS AND
In Short Sketches
.15c, 10c, So,
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DAH0INO
Ot)() riJU.OWH' HALL
Instruction from 7 to 8 o'clock
Suolal f i om 8 to 10i30 o'clock
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