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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T, II., SATURDAY. JUNH 2H, 1910
Have a Look at the
New Reading Standard
v-e received this week. We received or.e last week
it'i sold. Thi one wn't be on our flocr long, but wo
have a lot more strung out between Honolulu and Bead
Inf. Pa, There is suoli a demand for Reading-Standards
that we have to take them as we can get them, and where
we expected eight in One shipment, we have only received
so far two in two shipments.
Wj civry a good assortment of Parts for the Reading
Standard. Call and look at the latest, at
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.'
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.JSjjBETTEB THAN TOUQH,
THE BUSINESS OF THE
ON. THE RISE.
W. F, HEILBRON, Proprietor PHONE 48
SICK, SULLIVAN, Prop.
AND FOR THAT REASON
ALL DAY SHOOT
SEVEN EVENTS IN THE
All Pest Shots of Territory to Com
pete Handicaps Issued for the
Club Lunch Provided on the
Tomorrow at tho Kakaako traps the
all day shoot of the Hawaiian Gtm
Club will l)o held and hovcii events
brought off. The club members nnj
their" friends ore looking forward to
the shnoi, nnd the affair Is expected
tn be as Rood as those In the past.
The shoot will bo the fourteenth
seml-innual one of the club, and much
Interest Is being taken In It. Some
of the member who hae not taken
pari In the regulir weekly shoots. In
tend having n try In the champion
ship nnd It may be that same of them,
may surprise the other gunners.
The shooting will be at both known
and unknown angles, and some good
records should be put up. Ilaney Is
qhoatlng well and should show sonip
wonuerrul form tomorrow; Austin may
take part in the shoot and he will
perform from scratch If he puis In on
There are four scratch men at prs
ent and the) are as follow: Harvey
Porter, Walker and Austin, These
men are really good shots and, a!-
inougn liurvoy is llio only one who
(a to bo seen at the traps regularly,
the others ore said to be In fairly
good, form and liable to cause a sur
prise at any time.
All lot era of trap shootlngare In
vltod to attend tomorrow and lunch
will be provided for everyone. The
handicaps of the members and the
list of events follow:
A. Ahrens, three In ten: D. U Aus
tin, scratch; II. D, nowen. one In ten;
8. N. Bono two In ten; W. H. Char
lock, four In ten;. C. W, C. Deerlng.
two In ten; J. W. Hnrvey, scratch;
D. P. n. Isonberg. two In ten; M. C.
King, three In ten: L. C, Kln ono In
ten; K, Kopke. ono In ten; C. 0. Long
two In ten; J. D. McVeigh two In
ten; II. D. Odcll. threo In ten; K. 11.
Porter, scratch; It. V. Shingle, two
In ten; Irwin Spalding, one In ten;
C. K. White, four In ten; II. K. Wal
ker, scratch; A. Waterliotine, two In
tent jH, M. Whitney, two In ten; W.
M, Vincent threo In ten.
Program of Events.
First ovent Fifty birds, handicap
unVnnwn angles from I.eggctt trap.
entritncs fre, $1. Special prlie for best
score In first fifty targets, B. O. Hall
ft Bon cup and championship of club;
first prlto, refrigerator basket; sec
ond prize, one-pint Thermos bottlo;
third prlte fifty Pacific cartridges.
Second ovent Ten birds, scratch,
unknown angles and traps, expert
rules; entrance fee. Sac. First prlto,
aluminum canteen; second prize,
flack; third prize, pocket knife.
Third event Twenty birds, handi
cap, known angles, class shooting, free
for till cntranco fee, 50c, First prlto,
puttee leggings; second prlto, felt
hunting hat; third prize, hunting
Fourth event Ton birds scratch,
unknown angles, walking, flro bjrds
across trap, Ave birds towards trap;
entrance fee, 60c. First prize, sweater;
second prize, sot of game carvers;
third prize, recoil pad.
fifth -event Ten birds, scratch,
fourteen yards rise, doubles from 2-3
and 3-4 traps; entrance fee, DOc. First
'IJlIJIILE you're , waiting for your car?-
Jolly the Man Behind he's a Good
Fellow. You always feel at home here
Hotel near Jfoijt u, "Tha OMo iTaoku"
t: tt u u u :: u it :: n w it t: tt
it COMINQ EVENTS. tt
. tt Secretaries' und managers of tt
tt athletic clubs are Invited to send tt
itt in tho dates of any events which tl
tt they may be g ttlng up, for In- tt
tt sertion under the nboe head, tt
tt Address all communications to tt
Itt the Sporting IMItor, n til lot In. tt
I tt I1A8KIU1.I..
tt International Games.
a July 3. Wospda vs. All Oahu
tt League. '
tt July , Waseda vs. C. A. C.
tt Oahu League Series.
:i June 26. Marines vs. J. A. C.
ft June 2tt P. A. C. vs. C. A. C.
.1 Oahu Juniors.
tt June 2S.-C.X C. vs. Mn Hocks.
tt June 26. Palamn vs. Asahls.
tt Plantation League.
it June 26 Ewa vs. Walpahu.
tt Military League.
It June 26.iMarines fl. Fort Shat-
ltr. . i
tt Juno 25 Fort linger vs. Hnspl- tt
tt tal Co. tt
tt June 26. N. 0. II. vs. Fifth Cav- tt
tt June 26. Kaplolant Park.
tt July 4 Team Tournament. Conn
tt .try Club.
tt July 17.-Medal Play,
tt. Oolf Club.
tt June 25. II. C. C. vs. lllshop & tt
it Jul) E O. Hall Cup.
Sept. Wall Cup.
i June 26 Governors Cup Itace.
? July 3. Sea Wren Itace.
tt Trap 8hooting,
tt June 26. 8einl-unnu.il Chjmplon tt.one placodes another and I am going
tt ship Shoot. a,
tt Horse RaeVig.
tt July 4. Kahulul Itaces.
tt Transpacific Yacht Race. tt
tl July 9. Start 'jrom San Pedro, tt
tt - Wgrld's Championship Fight. tt
tt July 4. James Jeffries vs. Jack tt
it Johnsou. tt
tt Polo. tt
t August Season Opens. tt
prize, cup; scdond prize, fifty Chal
lenge shells; third prize, hunting
, ,81x01 event rTwenty birds, handi
cap, unknown angles from Leggett
trap, free for all; entrance fee, 60c.
First prize, shooting jersey; second
prlte, flashlight; third prlte, hunting
8evcntb e ent Twenty birds, ban
dlcap known angles, free for all'lrsf
prize, 22 caliber Marlln repeating ri
fle; second prize, shell case; third
prize, shell bag; fourth prize, fifty
Pacific cartridges; fifth prize, Tom
Lunch will be sencd at the club
house. Shells may be had at the
DOTS AND DASHES.
A silver medal was presented to A.
E. Larimer of tho Y. M.C. A. yester
day by the boys of Kaahumanu school.
Larimer Jias done good work as n
coach for the school, and the lads took
this opportunity of showing how much
they appreciated his efforts.
Tomorrow at Aala Park tho St,
Louis College Alumni baseball team
will play a nine from the Post Office
and, as .Julius Asch Is playing short
stop for the ex students, they arc sup
posed to have a mortgage on the
This afternoon nt the Athletic Purklivcr been In mv life I don't believe
the Cleveland nlno will play a ball
game" with tho Oahu College Alumni
and an Interesting struggle Is expect-
DOES NOT CARE WHERE
FIQHT IS BROUOHT OFF
tt Retired Champion It in Great Form
tt Would Box Johnson in Pri
ll vate for "Love" Thinks Fif
tt teen Rounds the Limit,
tt JEFFRIES' TItAININO CAMP ItO
tt WAIIDHNNAN (Cal.). Junt 16. If
tt Jim Jeffries was much disturbed by
tt the unhappy news of Governor ail
.- - niiiiuuuiciiiviii ui ma iiiicmiuil
having the scene of tho big match
be) ond the border of California, he
'I'd not show It In any way this morn
Ing or afternoon. Early In the day
Jeffries received a mcasago over the
wlro from Tex Hlckard telling him
to go ahead with his training work
as usual, for he believed that the
match would eventual!;) be staged In
"I don't cern whro tho fight Ir
held," said Jeff. "I am going to go
ahead with ni training the same as
It I havo done for the last many weeks
tt If the fight is held In San Franclscr
tt'nr If It Is held In some lone spot In
Nevada makes little difference to me.
tt(l want to fight Johnson and I don't
tt care where the match takes place. In
the cltv or In the backwoods with no
audience. -I am Just as witling td fight
ahead with my training as 1 havo for
ten or more weeks In the ame old
"Sooner than miss the chance to
mcetJohnjgn now. after all tho trou
hie l'v gone to, I'd box him 1" prlv
ate. I want Hlckard and Oleason to
know tils' t I'm with them In whatever
they do, I'll box In any town they
select. I -liltik squaro snorting men
should stick 16 )hem tn the last."
Does Somt Hard Work.
Jeffries went down to his gym ni
the usual morning hour, about 10
o'clock and started his work with a
vigorous session at the punching bag
After that he played three fast games
of handbill with Jim Corbott. winning
all three In spectacular fashion. After
the handball Corbctt said:
"Yesterday's rest mutt havo done
Jim a wholo lot of good. Today he
whs ou'ck, clever, fast and full of gin
j,, i.i ., ....,, i, Poiirt. I hnve al
ways" counted m'f n flrst-clas
hnndhall plajer, hut JeHL h surelv
got U on mo at the old lsli gume.
"Ho made a monkey of me today
In tho handball court. The first twr
games In; won without allowing me
more than five or six points tn his
twenty-one. and I was playing for a'l
thst was In me. Ileforo I ctime ntn
this rami) I thought I would have lit
tie difficulty In taking Jell's goat r'
the handball gime. but he has sur
prised mo with his speed agility and
stnjlng power. I expect he has beaten
mo many more games than I have
bent him. and I thotuht I had It all
ovr hlmjit the game."
Jeffries In Great Shape.
Jeffries wna In great shape tod"v.
As he lav on the rubbing table after
his morning workout. In which he had
punched the hag twentv minutes with
tremendous force and had cleaned up
Jim Corhett at handbill, ho ssldl
"I feel llkn n hull tr-Ity I shMI b
In the Ifest shape for this fight I hive
I ever felt better In mv Itfo than I do
right now That handball (a a great
game and I think It Is about tho best
part of my training routfne. It de
vclops all my iiiiihcIch. It gives mo
spued and ctu unless und It Htriiigtli
ens my wind and endurance. I study
am fond of handball as a part of my
When Jim Corbott questioned him
Jeffries promised with all bis heart
that ho would box In tho afternoon,
but circumstances intervened nnd
Jeff, as whlmslral as cter, changed
hli mind before the shades of evening
had fallen and voted his nftcrnnon Into
n nulling excursion.
One or Thousand Changes.
"Jeffries promised me this morning,
that ho would go," said Jim Corbet t.
"nnd I was fully prepired to have him
lo so, but 1 guess ono of his whlmt
seized htm and ho changed his mind,
as he has done a thousand times be
fore." Jeff hammered the hag as ho his
necr hammered It before and mueh
probably on account of the fact that
Mrs. U M. Miitrhend, who runs John
on's camp, was watching him ns nn
While Jeffries hk on the rubbing
lablii nnd Itoger Cornell, Farmer
Duma, Jack Jeffries and llob Arm
strong wero molding his muscles Jeff
begnn tn talk nhnut fishing nnd tho
good that tt did him In his preparation
to meet Johnson,
"I get n lot of exercise out of fish
ing, nnd as it Is one of my faorlto
-(creations I figure that It docs mo n
lot of good." raid Jeffries.
"Oh thunder." reported Corbott, "1
don't go fishing for good. I went Ash
ing once and I thought I had a big fish
on my line. I pullet) It up ami It was
nothing but a crab. I wouldn't go fish
tng not If somo one would piy mo
money for It."
Calls Off All Work.
Jeff did not want to work before
Mrs. I.. M. Mulrhend nnd her party
from tho Johnson camp. As n "stall"
he went away early In the afternoon
tn bis automobile Intending tn glp tho
Impression that ho hid gone fishing
o that visitors would depart. In tho
iilddlc of tho afternoon he whisked
back Into camp but found that the un
welcome visitors wore still about. So
'ho big fellow with bis characteristic
obstinacy decided to call off all work
for the afternoon.
Mrs Mulrheid. Tom I.lltlo nnd the
rest of llio party left this afternoon as
won ns it was announced that Jeffries
would not box Jeffries hsd prmils'd
Oorbett he will put the gloves on with
Posslblv Jeffries' high, spirits were
duo to the somewhat resarl"i re
ports in the morning papers, but he
certainly behaved as If Ooxcrnor Oil
lett had Indorsed the fight Inst"-'
of dmnning a. idle driver blow ou It.
Jeff feels that If the fight goes to
Nevada all the mountain climbing he
has done hero will stand him in good
itoad. He has done a lot of work that
'ook him to a-" elovallon of 2.000 feet
iboVB sen level and tho Nevada alti
tude will not bother him.
Jeffries refnrcs to discuss the Gov
ernor's order to atop the fight, and
quieting news. He was ready to talk
about an) thing but tbo fight situa
tt tt tt
DOTS AND DASHES.
The C'evelaud boys are a sporting
bunch "it they ore trlng to arrange
linvlff rowing and baseball games.
Kler" t who boxed a few rounds with
Tpm'-iy Hums nt Jack Scull) 'a show,
wants to have n go nt Pat Cornn.
ind such an event should draw- well.
Sarconl and Young Oans would make
another good pair to put on to make
up a decent progrnm.
Chicago and New York arc running
very close in tho National leaguo and
Cincinnati Is not far behind.
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