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EVKNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, J. II, THUftSDAY, JUNE 23, 1910
J OVIiR. $1200.00 worth of
received from Factory this
Every 'body PLAY BALL
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTQ.
W; G. Peacock Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
. THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
W delhcr to ill parti of the city twice daily.
Telephone Family Trade a Specialty tciVdiuu
WE GUARANTEE OUE GOODS
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The r.' S. ii generally the best, part of the letter.
W.hen you're thirsty, remember that P. S. also stands for
Kinp and Nuuanu Streets. DICK. SUIIIVAN, -Prop.
' Shipping and Commission'
Arthur Sewall & Co., j&ath, ' Me.
Parrott 6c Co., San' Francisco
Badgers Fire Extinguisher. Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(OIIINNEIL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLES)
' Nouiuan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
'Laohen & Munioh Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
IS BETTER'THAN TOUOH, AND FOR THAT REASON
THE BU6INESS0F THE METROPOLITAN IS
ON THE RISE , '
W. F. HEJLBRON, Proprietor ( PHONE 45
S P OR T S
' OUN CLUB.
HARVEY AND WINNER
TIE TWICE IN SH001
All-Day Shoot on Sunday Scmi-An
nual Uhampionship Many Ex
pert Gunners to Take Part.
Yesterday afternoon al (ho Kaka
nko Imps, the Hawaiian Gun Club
wound tin Us regular weekly cm
shoots, ami the event wns won b,
Major I,ong after ho hail tied twin
with J. V. Harvey for tho trophy.
Until nin had two legs' In' fi tin
cup, .and th" Interest In tho shoo
was cry keen when they again tlpf
yestordu). tn tho shoot-off Majoi
Long won out, and the cup becomes
his proper!) i lie had n handicap al
lowed him of eight oxtia birds, mid
shot In Rood form right through tlic
Tho trap shooting season doted
Scsterilay exrept for the ull-da)
ahoqt, which Is set for next'HiintVi)
at tho Kakanko range. I. ho birds
doves, cti. will be on tap from Jul)
t, and tho gun club members will
have plenty of field work.
Tho nll-da) shoot for Sunday noxt
will be an Interesting cicnt, and a
half past nine in tho morning tin
shoot will starl. It will be (ho tour
tcenth peml-annual rhumplonshlr
shoot, and there will bo sctcit cvcnU
Austin Is expected to take part In
tb shoot nod it will bo Interesting
tn seo how ho performs after his long
abscntQ, from the traps. Walker.
who has been away In Japan, lr
back from his travels, and as he 1
lonsldered to be an excellent Bitot.
tho other members will hnve to be
In tiptop form to bent him.
Porter, Harvey, Spalding, Vincent,
Ixing and half n dozen other gun
ners wll tako part In the shoot, nnd
as there ore no less than twenty
seven prizes, there will be some tine
shooting done for come of tho tro
In )etorda)' event the scores
were as follows;
Major Long, 18 out or 28.
Harvey, 18 out of 20.
W. M. Vincent, 17 out or 30.
II. II. Odnll, 1G out of 28.
1. Spalding, 1.1 out of 20.
C. Wi C. Deorlng, 13 out or 20.
C. White, 13 out or 30.
Harvey nnd Long tied at clghteon
birds each lntho first shoot, and then
again In the second they both grass
ed ten. Ill the third shoot I-ong lilt
ten and Hnrvcy accounted or only
There will be a luncheon provided
for Visitors and members on Sunday
next, and a cordial Invitation Is ex.
tended to cverjono to attend,
RAVE MIES 11 SHOW
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tt CVMINQ EVENT8. tt
It Secretaries and managers of tt
tt athletic clubs aro Invited to send tt
tt In the dates or any events which tt
tt they may bo getting up, for In- tt
It tcrtlon under the iihove head tl
tt Address all communications tn tt
tt tho Sporting Kdltor, II til lot I n. tt
tt IIA8BIIAU,. tt
.1 International Games. tt
3 July 3. WaBcda vs Alt Oahu tt
X League. tt
t July 4. Wascda vs C A. C. tt
t Oahu League Series. It
t June 2C Marines i J A, C. tt
t Juno 20,-1'. A. G. vs 0. A. C. tt
' Oahu Junior.. It
Midshipmen. Cadets and Many Others
to Bo Surnnjr Htunts A urcat
Time Planned for Fourth.
The middles of the Cleveland, the
cadets or the Uclglan training ship
L'AveuIr, and sonic of the muuka
boys or Honolulu will be among the
contestants of the tdx-paddle races oil
tt Juno 2G. C. A. C. vs. Mu Hocks, tt
It June 20. I'alamn vs. Asahls. it,
I Plantation League. tt
t June 20 Kwa vs. Walpahu, tt
t Military League. tt
It Juno 25. Marines vs Tort Shaf- tt
I tor. tt
3 Juno 25 Fori finger s Hospl- tt
t tal Co tt
-t Juno 26! N. O.'H.' vb Plfth CaV- tt
t airy. if
.1 Golf. It
t July i Team Tournament, Conn- tt
t try Club. H
t July 17. Medal Pin), Honolulu tt
SHOWS HIS ABILITY
II C. C. mi Illshop & ttl
t (loir Club.
t June 25.
tt Tennis. Ill
t Jnl-i: O Hall Cup. It
tt Sept Wall Cup tt.
1 Yarhllnn. Ill
' I .iuiio 20. Governor's Cup Unco, tt
t July 3 Sei.Wrcn Itaco. tt
t Trap Shooting. tt
I Juti 22 Weekly Cup. tl
t June 2ii Semiannual Champion tt
:t Bblp Shoot. ,, - tt
t Horse Racing. tt
n July 4, Kahulul Raci-s tt
R Trans Pacific Yacht Race. tl
t July 3. Start from San Pedro.
t World's Champion. hip .Fight. It
3 July Ii JnmcH Jeffries 'Vs Jack tt
I Johnson. tt
tt August Season Opens. It
tt. Boxing. tt
3 Juno 21. Tommy Hums' vs. Dill M
tt Iing. tt
M June 21 Johnson m Young tt
tt Cans. tt
tt tt tt U tt tt tt tt tt tt tl tt.tt M tt tt
July I'ourth over tho Outrigger
course at Waiktkl. The Ilelglun
bo)s were out yesterday In the surf
practising, and tho American jacklcs
will bo Invited.
A raco between the American
sailor bo)s, tho UclglaiiH and the Ho
nolulu bo)s who know hh little or
outrigger canoes us either, will prove
Interesting, I'akt experience has dem
onstrated that, given u steercr In
each canoe, tho jacklcs very quickly
learn to uso tho paddle uud prove
Chnrles Itojal has Invited the Del
Elan '1)0)8 to bis big minstrel nnd
vaudeville show at the Outrigger la
nai on the night of the Fourth and
will prqbabty extend a similar Invita
tion to tho Yankee middles. It M
possible that Borne or the sailor bo)n
will eutcr tho big enkewalk that pre
cedes the, dancing on tho night of
Allan Herbert will prepare n
chqwder Jar those who help to mako
the show a success, and a great time
Is expected it Walklkl on the Fourth,
afternoon and evening.
(Additional Sports on Page 10.)
An 'apron and necktie dance will
ho elverf by the Pacific Ilehckali
Lodgo No. 4, Thursday, June 23, In
the I. O. O, V. Hall al 8 o'clock. Ad
mission 25c. , U
"Reds" and "Blues" Play Several
Periods Lieutenant ltodgcrs Is
Ihrown From Pony Baldwins
in Great Form.
There was u good polo practise
game nt tho Mo.inaluu Held )estei
da) afternoon, and twelve plajcrs
turned out to tako u hand. L.
Lemon, Sam ll.ildwlii, John Hrdman,
Harold Dillingham, Dr. lialifwln,
Lieutenant Kodgors, 12. II. Lewis, Al.
frcd Mngoon, John Grace, Hob Me
Corrlston and Amos Pickett were al,
on hand, and a big lot of ponlcb
could be seen hitched up nil urouuu
"1 lie "lllucs" hud a good team, nnd
Lemon, Sum lluldwlii, John Hrdman
and llaiold Dillingham managed to
defeat the "lleds," who bad Dr.
Il.ildwln, Lletitcnunt Itndgnrs, Iv. II.
Lewis and Allied Mngoon on thcli
side. Johnny (iruco and Ordcrl)
Pickett got Into the gamo for a
while .when' Low& and ltodgcrs
Tho "lllucs" won the practise
game, and most of tho pln)ers show
ed good form for so early In the
seaton. Lemon lilt two goals, and
Sam llaldwju, who pla)cd with al
his usual dash, also scored. Lew It
nnd Alfred Magoon lilt a goal apiece
for their sjdo, nnd that was nil the
Lieutenant ltodgcrs met with- n
slight nccldeiif'durliig tho game, as
his pony got away with him and,
crnshitiR. Into Harold Dillingham,
threw tho lieutenant over his head
ltodgcrs, was not much hurt, al
though he may feel tho effe-tij of
the fall in'ore todify than ho did )es
Sam llaldwln pla)ed the game ot
the da), and the doctor also show
ed up In some dashing play. Sam
rude Suro Kcla, tho woll-knuwn
pony that Frank llaldwln had lor
while. Hill Tnft. another or Sam'b
string, was used yesterday nnd show
ed up us well as ho used to ut Lei
lehtiu last jeiir.
Dr. Ha,u,.i todc Comot In tho
first part of tho gamo, and the man
did as well as ever sho did In tin
past. Sho was bred by Judge An
trade, and In tho past showed pace
on the racetrack. 1'ala, tho well'
known pony that carried tho doctor
In last year's games, Is In good ton
'dlllon and eager for the fray, I'ata
was In the thick or every game last
fearon, aud can be relied upon to
follow the ball like a human being-
On Saturday, July 2, the first
game between tho Oihu four and the
Lellehua team will he piujcil, apd
the game will be at Schofleld Bar
racks, where evcrjono Is mndo at
home by (lie ,hwil(nble oftlccia. Two
weeks "later a' ituru nuitch will -be
p1a)ed at Moanulua, and then short
I) ufter that the big Inter Island an
nual tournament will Btnrt up,
tt tt tt
Hob Fltzslmmons was born In
Cornwall, Kng but at two jcara or
age was takon to New Zealand b)
Ills parents. It was In Sidney, how.
ever, that Hob learned to box, and
It was old Larry Kolc), the peer ot
all boxers, that showed Fltz how to
put his hands up.
',111 KINDS OF SPOMTS
PROVIDED FOR AT i J.U.
Indoor Tcm)s. Baseball, Billiards,
Pool and Other Games Cnnl.Bc
Played New Building to Be a
In tho now Y. M. C. A. building.
the Hnn wing will bo deputed to the
gymnasium nmt will ho ot two floors
only. On ca h floor tho celling will
be twenty feet high, and (hero will
be plenty or ventilation.
Dr. Hand Is at present nwny mi
tho mainland, and ho will purchase-
apparatus and fixtures for tho gym
nasium. Onl) the best nnd most up-to-date
fittings will bo Installed, and
the rooms when finished should com
pare faorubly with any In the
In the maiiku end of the first flour
gymnasium there will be two hand
ball courts, and they will be as good
as can bo built Also on tho first
Door there will bo a running track
of thirty laps to tho mile, and seats
tor spectators will bo arranged
mound tho course. Tho apparatus
loom will nlro bo on this flour, and
the, director or exercises will have
his ufflco In tho same plate.
Tho second floor will be ono big
room 90 by 53 feet, and In It ten
ills, baseball, basketball and other
Iports will be pla)cd Dressing
rooms and n portable stage will he
erected from time to time, and big
crowds can bo accommodated for any
Two bowling alleys, with room
for n third, will be provided, uud
adjoining tho nllc)B will be tho baths
Slid lockers for 3UU men. In the
tuukal room will be a punchlng-bag
room, wrestling and roil rooms, for
mslncss men, A blclo room will
be provided, and it will bo situated
under the stairs leading to tho upper
,torlcs. , -.
Milliard nnd pool tables will bo
provided, and one of tho former and
threo of tho latter, will bo available.
Two tennis courts will be built n(
tho rear or the building, aud they
ihotitd bo much appreciated by the
DOTS AND DASHES.
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1 Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
SURROUNDINGS make a difference. A man
FEELS better and things TASTE better'in a
' .clean, tastefully-appointed bar. One bar in Honolulu
is 'way ahead in comfort, elegance, taste.
"It's Xhfc, Fashion"
Hotel near Fort
"Tho Two Jaoks'
Kdward Jordan, nephew of Itj-A
Jordan of this city, will bo parsing
hrniigh on tlio Munukit on his wuy
ionic to Queensland. Young Jordan
Is a good tennis plajer, and ho will
tackle A. U Castle on the local
-ourls. Tho Neighborhood club will
ho having Its great, nttornoon's ten
nis on Saturday, and besides tho
Nowcll-Castlo aud McKeover-Oreen-
'I old struggle, the Jordan-Castle
match should be n good one.
Hawaiian Opera House
.ii.) ' .'
Henry McRae Stock Co.
Dorothy Vernon of
Haddon Hall .
miDAY, SATURDAY. SATURDAY
Order yYour Scnls Enriy
Monday, June 27
When J. C. Cohen Will Present the
Musical Comedy Co.
(Direction ot Frank lllalr)
In n repertoire containing some of
the latest New York Musical Suc
cesses, becinninc uilh
The Telephone Girl
Box Office new open at Bcrr;.
Prices 25. 50 and 75 Cents.
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND
' SATURDAY 25o.
The owner or tho English Ocrby
'winner lu Arthur Cox or 8)dnoy, X.
S. Wales, and at last an Australian
hna captured tho much-coveted hon
or, Cox rnces as "Mr, Hilrlo" In
England, nnd has a good horse lu
the Derby winner, who has won
icvcn rates out ot nlno ho has start
Ja-li M-I'ailden Is thinking or
irlnglug off another boxing bIiow nt
'lis Aloha Park theater. Jonathan
was much In evidence on Tuesday
night at tho ikluri-s Lang bIiow III
iccd as referee In the Young Oanfr,
Johnron bout and was good, uif U!p(i)t
Young Gain was seconded by his
brother on Tuesday night, and got
some expert auvico irom mm.
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
,. 1 - s -SM
MOTION riCTHRE VAVDEVltLE
Under the Auspices of the
HONOLULU JAPANESE BICYCLE
Sunday, June 26, 1010, 8:30 A. M.
FREE. FOR ALI-15.MILK RACE
JAPANESE 10-MILE RACE
FREE FOR ALL 10-MILE RACE
FREE FOR ALL UNDER 15 YRS.
5-MILE RACE Juniors
CHAMPIONSHIP 3-MILE RACE..
Open to Winners of 10 and 16
i Entry Lists open at any of the
Japanese Bicycle Shops,
ENTRIES CLOSE JUNE 20, 1010 For Tuition, ApiMotJlWli
.HONOLULU ATHLETIC PARK.H
Sunday, June 2G,1D10 ,,x
J. A. C. vs. U. S. M. C.
P. A. C. vs. C. A. C. T .
Admission 23c, 15c, and 10c.
SPECIAL SERIES 12 OAMES
WASEDA UNIVERSITY '
OAHU LEAGUE AND ALL-HAWAII ..
-. Season, Commcnclnc July 3. 1010 3
.- ..iU '-. . . ' . ? J
nox rinn ror Beaton Tickets at the
Chnmbera rirnr Co. i" i
,- iip-MT -."
If Fort Street Below feeretani
iUU,bMUHU SlSTJvHB and SHERMAN
iiiUMi'ijUW in sous' and Danccvl
Act . J
CARL WALNER Whistler
CUNHA'S ORCHESTRA '
MOTION PICTURES f (
Admission So., 10c.. 15c.
l'l ' MB
IlOfr.li BTUUBT 'i i,
THE ROYALS AND
In Short Sketches
15c., 10c.. Be.
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCINO
odd n:u.ow8' s.,
Tnttrnrttnn frnm 7 tn fl n'mA!
Social from 8 to 10:30 o'Olaikr ""
nVKHY I'UIDAY KVUNtMUi. . U
For Tuition. Apiilylat)lIallWLU
SMsttBilfei'Mt.iir"" i ' - -
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