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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU,
. T. II., FRIDAY, JUNE 34, 1(10. ' .'
Have a Look at the
New - Reading Standard
v received this week. Wc reieived one last week
it' sold. This one won't be on our floor lonp;, but wc
have n lot more strum? out between, Honolulu and Read
inc. Pa. There is such a demand for Reading-Standards
lhat we have to take them as we can Ret them, and where
we expected eight in one shipment, wc have only received
so far two in two shipments.
Ws ttsry a good assortment of Tarts for the Reading.
Call and look at the latest, nt
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
W; C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CQNNPJSSEUBS
W deliver to all parts of the city twice daily. '
. Telephone Family Trade a Specialty Tdrohon. 4
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS
The P. S. is generally
When you're thirsty, remember that P."'S.' alio stend's for
King and Nuusnu Streets.
J. k. MAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(GRINNKLL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neusuan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
IS BETTER' THAN TOUGH, AND FOR THAT REASON.
THE BUSINESS OF THE METROPOLITAN IS
ON THE RISE
W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietor '
the best' part of the letter.
DICK SULLIVAN, Prop.
75c. Per Month
FINE RACES ON
FIFTY ENTRIES FOR
FOUR BICYCLE RACES
Winners of Ten and Fifteen Milei
Races Will Compete in Cham
pionship Three Miles Events
First Race at. Half-past Eight.
On Sunday next nt Knplolanl Pnrk
tbc mucli-talkcd-of blcyclo race meet
Ing will take place, and Judglni:
from the number o( entries received
for the four events, tlio meet will be
a very successful one. No less (ban
fifty cyrllsts of all nationalities have
entered for the races, and sonio ol
the best riders n town will com
Tlio ocllfcts of the city nro work
ed up tfron the meeting, and foi
some wcelis past a big bunch" of
riders could bo seen nt the park doi
Ing training stunts. The majority
of the mentriro In ox:ctleni condl
tlon, nml there should bo ronic flue
sprinting done during the piogross
of the long-dlstunco races,
Japanese merchants of tlio city
have certainly mndc good over tin
proposition, nnd the way they have
como through with prizes that an
well worth winning Is a credit tt
lliem. Fine bicycles nro provided as
prizes, arid the fortuunto wlnncrr
will be very proud of their token
besides tlio four races for which
entries huve nlready closed, there
will bo 11' championship event open
to the winners of the ten and lit
tccminlle'-'rftcesr 'which will be run
early In tho day. This, thtco-inllo
race should provo to bo n splendid
one, as the cream of the riders will
Jnko part In It. Ily winning out in
tho ten and flftccn-mlle races, the
cyclists will have proved -their speed
nnd endurance, nnd when they meet
1 11 tho threc.mllo event .a raco well
worth going nllcs to see should
.Tho first raco will start nt half
past eight o'clock on Sunday morn
Ing, nnd by that timo n bunch of
sports should be out enjoying tho
fresh breezes at tho park' lustcad of
snoozing away between tho blankets.
The, list of officials and entries for
me uincreni events ioiiow;
Judges W, T.- Uawllns, W. W.
Harris, K, Yasum'orl, Ed. Townscnd,
Starters A. Q.'Mnrcnllliio, K. Sa-
Announcers John Anderson, T.
Scorers V. Chilton, Nlppu JIJI,
Hawaii Shlnpo She.
Timekeepers Hen Holllngcr, V. L.
tleferees .Charles Chllllngworth,
S. K. Maruyama.
ENTHIEa FOtl RACES.
Fifteen-mile race, free for all; ffva
prizes K. Ilnrnno, J, Yoshlga, C. H.
Farm, Pino v Knhanalhc, Sylvester
Oardla, Kama Kamal, G, M. Addl-
eon, K, Kurlhara,, J, Harukl, Lincoln
Ten-mile race, Japnneso; flvo
prizes Y, Wakamoto, IC. Harano, II,
Yoshikawa, 'Kakehashl, II. Shlnia
moto, T, Murata, F. Salto, Takahara,
I. Ono, J. Harukl.
Ten-mile race, free for all; five
prizes K. Harano. T. Yoshlga, Jo
seph Guerrero, I1. Hoaplll, M. Moree,
O, M. Addison, J, Uotclho, Plnchakn
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 The Fashion"
Hotel near Fort
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Secretaries nml mam sers
It athletic clubs arc Invito
lo Hcnd tt
II In tha dales of any over is which tt
tt they may bo Retting u; . fur In tt
tt tcrtlon under the. nhu e bead, tt
It Address all communications to tt
tt the Sporting lid I tor, III I lot In. tt
tt tlASlttULL. tt
International Oat lei
Jt Jiily 3. Waseda vs.
.1 July 4. Waseda vs. C.
t Oahu League 8er
t Juno 2i. Marines vs. JL A. C.
1 Juno 20, P. A. C. vs. rt A. C,
I Oahu Juniors!
1 Hocks, tt
U Juno 20. C. A, C. vs. M
St Juno 20. 1'olania vs. Apahls.
,1 Plantation League
t Junu 20. Ewn vs. Walpahu
I Military Leaou
I June 2d. Marines vs. Fprt Shaf- tt
:t Juno 2S.'
5. Fort linger tb. Iloapl- tt
!. N. O. II. vs. Fifth Cav- II
Cycling, j tt
3 tnl Co,
tt Juno 20.
:t Juno 2.O. Kaplolanl Patk.
II , Golf.
'I July 4. Team Tournam
t try Club.
tt July 17 Medal I'iay,
nt. Conn, tt
tt Juno 25. II, C, C. vn-'illshop & tl
tt Tennis. p
t July- K O. Hall Cup.
:t Sept.Wull Cup.
t .lime 20. fiovemor's Ci p Ilacc'.
t July .1. 8ea Wren line .
:t Trap 8hootlng
t June 20. Spml nnnusl ( hamplon II
it ship Shoot.
tt Horse Racing.
July 4. Kahulul Itaces
tt Transpacific Yaehi Race.
tt July St. Start from Sa
World's Champlonshti Fight, -
tt July 4. Jellies Jeffries vs. Jack fj
tt Johnson. ' -
tt' " "' ; Polo. H
tt August 8eton Opens. " It
tt Boxing. tt
tt Juno 21. Tommy Durns vs. Dili U
tt tang. 1 M
tt June 21. Johnson vs. Young tt
H Oans. ' tt
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Nalkl, Sylvester Oardla. K. Kurl
hara, Lincoln Achew, I. Ilorukl.
Five-mile raco, Juniors; nvo prizes
Alfred Ilaptlst, J. Kcpaa, Eddie
Keuc, M. Uno. O, Motokawa, K. Mat-
sumoto, O, Chllllngworth, Tagawa, 8.
Okamoto, C. A. Uawllns, S. Yanngl-
ham, H, Nomlra, II. Sucoka, Hnra
Tin Fun A:hew, Shlbnta, II. Kiilahl,
tt a tt
Tho Neighborhood tenuis tourna--mont,
which Is to' be played tomor
row. Is attracting the attention ol
moat of tho followers of the ginie.
Nowcll nnd Cnstle will p!ay McKeev.
er and Oreenfield of Ewn, and the
Honolulu pair should win. Castlo 1
to go up against Jordan, the Queens
lander If the Manuka comes In on
time and there will bo other Inter
esting matches on the second court,
Tomorrow afternoon nt the Ath
letlc Park a baseball game will be
played between the Oahu College it0BUtBi Corps,
alumni and the team from the crnls.'fj. 0 ittwn
cr Cleveland. A fine game la ex- ,,-..,.. uhnrtr .
peeled to. take place, as the sallorx
nave some goou pi.ijers on uoaru mm
tho Punahou ex-Btiidonla have also
gotten together n strong nine.
C. 0. Ilockus, Iho well-known ten-
nls plajcr, returned on the Sierra
this morning nnd be will doubtless
bo seen on tho courts tomorrow.
GOOD DEAL OF S0.UABBLIN0
EXISTS AMONG THE TEAMS
Cavalry and Guards, to Play Two
Games on Sunday Hawaiian
Band at League Grounds To
At tho meeting of the tnllltar
league executive jestcrday, a lot of
dirty linen was washed nnd much
said nbout tho different lows that
have occurred during, games at Lc.1-
lelma and elsewhere. Tho principal
trouble seemed to have been between
the N. (1. II. and Iho Cavalry, and
sonio of tho remarks passed out by
tho Flgh'tlug Fifth men appear lo
have been fairly hot. An umpire
that tho Guards took to Lcllchua
with them was not much admired by
tlie Cavalry, and, fioni all a. counts
there were squabbles over the deci
sions. Tlin riitiirila ufMe'riWfi In Illume, nc-
cording lo tho evidence of boihc ol
the C:va.ry uinrcis, nnd, takliw
things generally, thcro baa been
some nasty work , going on between
After tlin'-twashlhc" won nail, the
question vof a" now schedule wa
taken up, MidCAflcr inuch dlKUsslou
an amended oile was adopted. Under
the new arrangement, on Snuda)
uext the Guards will pay two garnet
I The Cavalry at Isltehua alwa)i,
turn out to moot the train when llii
own teams go out there to pla"y
uitd the cx'w'cnBp money Is always
frady for tho Inds who mako tht
train trjp., Tho Fifth take their op
ponents'to their. mess room and en
tertain the bunch. well. On tho oth
er hand,- the, Fifth nay that when
tbey come tp.fown no ono nieeti
'them, and It'ituy of Ilia boys happen
to be broko tbero Is a. good ilinncu
of them going hungry, as no oun
oxcept tho Marines hnvo over done
them n good turn lu tho way of en
tertaining. However all tho plllkln seems to
bo pan, and th series may go on
now serohclylu tho'-ond. Tomorrow
afternoon tho games at the lengtii
grounds will bo: Murines' vs. Fort
Shatters: 'Fort llugor ,vs. Jlospllnl
Co. Ou Sunday the N. O. JL will
g I down to Lcllchua and play two
games against tho Cavalry.
Tho Hawaiian band will be at the
league grounds tomorrow, and Cap
tain UergV W'R bavo a special pro
gram, tbat'wlll make the players feel
good. 'The Marines hnvo hud a win
ning streak lately, and the Shatters
wilt have to look to their laurcU to
morrow. The standing of tho teams
In tho military league ls-as lollo.vs,
. O, V. L. vPcl.
Cavalry ........ lu
7 Z .7110
7 n ,CK
G G .55r,
C S .or,
4 S .33:)
8 7 .350
The military league teams want
to play a series of games against the
Wacedas, but It Is doubtful II tho
rame can be arranged. However,
tonio arrangement may bo come to
ajnAit gnte receipts, nnd then the
games may be played.
"The Two Jaoks"
(OV. (ilLlEIT TillKS OF
Considered It His Duty to Stop Fi?ht
Would Arrest Everybody Con
nected With Show,
SACRAMENTO, Juno 1... "I con
aider it my duly ns (Jen er nor to stop
the fight, and that is all 1 will say
to supplement my letter to Attorney
Ooneral Webb," said Governor Oil
letl at tho Capitol concerning his
orders to hnvo the Jeffries-Johnson
light stopped. "I have carefully
gone over tho situation and acted ac
cording to what I bcllovcd to bo
right nnd no more than my duty."
Tho Governor Btntcs that- he h.i
been led Into ninny controversies nl
ready by being misquoted In newspa
pers from ono end of the country to
the other on tho light situation, nnd
will not Bay anything moro (hdii Is
necessary Hi an olllclal way, ' Ho
adds that ho has disposed of tho
matter now to Attorney-General
Webb, and that ends It so far as he
Is concerned. His views on tho light
and circumstances causing Mm to
order It stopped nnd his reason for
doing so at this Jato date would not
''It Is Just as I say In- my letter,"
he declared. "If Injunctions don':
work I want the law enforced by
having principals, promoters, seconds
and everybody connected with tlio
hght nrrestcd. Prlrc righting Is n
felony and this fight fioni all I can
learn Is nothing else than ono. It
Is not a spnrrlng exhibition as al
lowed by law. Tho very advert Iso-
meiits pmclnlni It to bo prlzo-light.
My letter defines the situation thor
oughly, and that Is all I have to
MSMS lo'Vi MET
By I. COMMITTEE
All Arrangements Complete for July
1 Japanese Pfan Great Recep
tion for 'Varsity Men.
When the Wnscdns reach Hono
lulu on July 1 they Will get a grc.it
reception from tho ball players an I
everjonc else. In Hawaii. Mayo.'
Fern will bo on hand at the head of
(he reception committee, nod thvS
Jnoaneso 'varsity men will ho wet-
tioincd In great, style.
Tho Wubedas will bo taken all
over the city and (lien to tho Aium.i
Club, which will bo their headquar
ters while they arc In ItorAliilti. Tito
team will play Its llrst game ou Ha
waiian soli on Sunday, July 3, nnd
tho opposing nine will bo an All-
Oahu league one. Thon on this
Fourth tho Watedas will meet tho
Chlncso Athletics, and n great gamo
should be played.
On Iho evening of July Fourth J
reception will bo hold at the Axunu
Club, and n Mg turn-out of all the
ball plavers and tbelr friends Is ex
pected. The io.nl Japanese are go
ing to make tho' visit of tho Wascdas
a mcmnrnli.r one, and ns long ns tho
Nipponese mo lu Honolulu thcro wl'l
be ono round of baseball nnd sportt
going on lu their honor. Tho ro
ccptlun committee will bo ns follows
Muynr Fern, V. W. Harris, Mr, Ono-
deru, representing tho Japanese
press; Vnsumorl, Townscnd, Bail a
yacu, Kawamura, Lnu Tnng, Captain
rtaniBey ot trie Marines, M, I'ares.i
Under the Auspices of the
HONOLULU - JAPANESE BICYCLE
Sunday, June 20, 1010, 8:30 A. M.
mEE TOR ALL 15-MILK RACE
JAPANESE 10-MILE RACE
FREE FOR ALLr-10-MILE RACE
FREE FOR ALL UNDER 15 YRS.
5-MILE RACE Juniors
CHAMPIONSHIP 3.MILE RACE... .
Open to Winners of 10 and 15
'Eu'try Lists open, t nv of the
Japaneso Bicycle Shop!.- M '
ENTRIES CLOSE JUNE 20, 1010
Hawaiian Opera House
K of ':'i!l!:
Henry McRae Stock Co.
Dorothy Vernon of
FRIDAY, SATURDAY. SATURDAY
.Order Your Scats Early
Monday, June 27'
When J. C. Cohen Will Present tho
Musical Comedy Co. '
( Direction of Frank Illnlr)
In n repertoire containing some of
the latest New York Musical Suc
cesses, bcgimtinir with
The Telephone Girl
now open nt Bern-
Prices 25. 50 nnd 75 Cents.
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND
HONOLULU ATHLETIC PARK
Sunday, June 20, 1010
J. A. C. vs. U. S. M. 0.
P. A 0. vs. C. A. C.
Admission 25c, 15c, and 10c.
SrECJAL SERtES 12 GAMES
OAHU LEAGUE AND ALL-HAWAII
Season Commcncinp; July 3, 1010
llox Plan for Benson Tickets at the
Chambers Drug Co.
Fort Street Below BenUnia kwnj
DESMOND SISTERS and SHERMAN
THOMPSON In Sonj; nnd Dance
CARL WALNER Whistler
,Bc. 10c.. 15c.
Corner Nuuanu and Fauahl Etfeti
Orton & Leota
Ectcntric b'inpnc and Comedy
THE ROYALS AND
In Short Sketches
Admission., 15c., 10c., Be.
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING
01)1) n'.LLOWB' HALL
Instruction from 7 to 8 o'clock
Social from 8 to 10:30 o'clock
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