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EVENINO DULLET1N. HONOLULU. T,.,!., MONDAY. JUNK 27, 1910.
Have a Look at the
New Reading -Standard
vst received this week. Wc received one last week
It's told. This one wonH be on our floor long,' but wc
Jiove a lot more strunu out between Honolulu nnd Rend
in?. Tft. There is such a demand for Reading-Standards
S that wc have to take them as we carl get them, and where
wc expected eight in one shipment, wc have only received
so far two in two shipments,
W6 tarry a good assortment of Tarts for the Reading.
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FINE MEETINO OF ALE
J. H. Fiddes Will Represent Hawai
at- Convention in New York
Amateur Status It Clcarlv Di
.fined by Rules.
Hawaii will enter tlio Amatcit
Athletic Union this nil, or pcihap
ovnn sooner. That wan the dcclslo:
arrived at jesterday afternoon at th.
meeting of delegates from the sov
oral clubs, liold In tho olTl c of l.or'
rin AndioWs. Not only that, liut li
all iiiolmlillity Hawaii will enter tin
lifAlon direct, and not as a part u
the r.iclflc Coast liranch. J, II
KlddcH of tho football nKsoclatloi
will Icavo for New York on the 19tl
ot next month as a dolcgato of thi
revernl clulis to tnko the matter til
with Nonrotary Sullivan. At an:
rnlc, Hawaii will hccoino a part ,o'
tho A. A, U seven clubs having yes
terday assumed the responsibility o
entering tho Territory (four helm
tho requisite uuinhor), and there I
a practical prnmlso that If ten elub
apply. In November, nt tho genera
convention, Hawaii will cnlor tho A
A. U. as an Independent sclf-rnllii
body, nnd not as tho tall of Call
torn la's Kite
Tho meeting nt Andrews' offlc
was a lively ono. Thore wcro sovoi
clubs nnd organizations represented
whllo word was received from sev
eral others that they were ready t
como' In as soon us they hud all th
d.etalls. rnado clear to them. Thori
was a wiirm discission as to the Inl
tlutlon feo of ea:h club, which Ih'
constitution fixes at $7.B0 per club
5,of which would ,go to the Call
fornln association, of which Hawai'
Is necessarily a branch until the nu.
tlohal body orders it separation.
' Af letter was read from I'clxotti
of, San Frnnclsco offering, In tin''
name of the Pacific Const nrganlza
tl'on, to request the national body ai
the annual convention In Novcmbc
to make Hawaii a separate branch.
If by that time ten Hawaiian clubi
had registered. This offer It war
finally decided to iicopt, and Mr.
Kiddos was appointed delegate t
New York to confer with Genera'
Secretary Sullivan looking toward u
settlement of Hawaii's status.
Among thnso nrcsont nt yester
day's conference wcro Chairman Lor
rin Andrews. 0. II. Tuttlo of the
Outrigger Club. J. II. Klddea, re pro
tenting tho Hawaiian Association
football Lengtio; Stanley Livingston,
frJrn the Kanielinmeha Schools; Paul
Super of the Y. M. C. A.. It. 8. Onult,
for the Boys' Club and Grammar
School League, and A. ii. Ford of
the Ocean Club.
That the organization of a branch
of the Amateur Athletic Association
hero will create, n revolution In Ha
waiian sports Is -conceded, nnd for
that rcusnn many who would be
ruled out as professionals or semi
professionals hesitate about booking
tho good work along. Tho Hawai
ian organization will have full an
thorlty to vipo out all past records,
and a new start will be mado for
all. It will then bo definitely deter
mined Just what constitutes a pro
fessional; tho rules will be strict;
the man who shows another how to
pluy tennis or golf, and receives
compensation thcicfor, will ceaso to
MHILE you're waiting for your car.
Jolly the Man Behind he's a Good
Fellow. You always feel at home here
"It's The Fashion"
Hotel near Fort
ti n ii it a u tt it tt it u tt it tt it t
It COMINQ EVENT8. tt
It Secretaries and managers of tt
It athletic clubs arc Invited to send tt
it In the dates of any events which tt
it they may bo getting up, for In- tt
t rorllon under th nbyvo head, tt
I Address all communications to' ti
t tho Sporting Editor, lluiletln. tt
.t IIASKDALL. tt
t International Garnet. tt
I July 3. W'oHeda vs. All Oahu tt
I League. tt
I July 4. Wascda s. C. A. C. tt
; Oahu League Series. ti
I July 3. Marines vs. J. A. C. tt
! Oahu Juniors. tt
July 3. Asahls vs. Mil' Hocks, tt
July 3. 1'alanin vs. C. A. C. Jr. tt
Plantation League. tt
July 3. Ewa vs. Watannc. tt
Military League. tt
July 3. Marines va. Kort Shaf- tt
July .1. N. 0. II. h. Ilospiml Co. tt
July 3. Kurt fihaitur (. Flflh tt
July . Team Tniirnnincnt, Conn- tt.
iry Club. it j
July 17. Medal I'lay, Honolulu Ml
CJnlf Club. tt
Cricket. , tt
July 2. Match. tt.
July K. O. Hall Cup.
8ept. Wall Cup.
Julv 3. Sea Wren Knee, tt
July 10-IleckIey Cup. . "tt
Horse Rsetag. tt
July I. Kahulhl Knees. ti
Transpacific Yacht Race. ti
July 9 8lart frojn San Pedro, tt
World's Championship Fight. it
July L James Jeffries vs. Jack tt
August Season Opens. tt
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io an amateur! any! ' roachcr, for sal--.fYi
ioneyN gain, wllj be Jiarrod.' Tito
ullngfl'of the A.'A. U. leave lltllo
'oulit us to who It an amateur.
Porhnpsi the following, from Iliilo
I. of the, general rules of the A. A.
I s of most pertinent Interest In
lonplulu: "Any person rotclVIng
ompcnsatlon for'sorvliea performed
ii, any capacity In connection with
ithlellc games, or In an uthtetlq
lub, will bo Ineilglblo to represent
inch club In games under the rules
if tho A. A. U. until ho shall havo
permanently abandoned such em
ployment." Bo strict, In fa"t. Is the Interpre
tation of the definition of amateur
ports, that a yacht carrying n tug
luptnln aboard has been disbarred
frojn racing oventa. Any person who
leccpts money for services of any
'find of nn athletic nature, ceases to
'io nn amateur. This point Teems to
'io definitely settled In tho rules that
must become effective throughout
Hawaii the moment a brhnch of the
A. A. U. Is organized here.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
On Saturday afternoon last the In
duBtrlul School's second baseball
team defeated the Walnlita school
njno by a scoro of 8 to C. Kalll
wal, n one-legged pitcher, did fine
work, and he covered the Inneld us
well as If he had the ordinary num
ber of limbs.
Dick Sullivan has arranged to have
tho results of tho big fight, round by
round, posted at his place nt busi
ness, on King street, on July 1.
Ehlers & Co.'a baseball nine beat
the Levy out lit ot ball-tossers last
1 Sunday morning at the Maklkl Held
by tho score of 17 to 11.
ALL READY TO
. GREET TEAM
RECEPTION COMMITTEE TO
.WELCOME JAPANESE TEAM
Mayor, Band, Lcnmic Officials and
Thousands of Sons of Nippon to
Assemble on Wharf in Honor
On Saturday next when the Cliljo
Mam la signaled, all will be excite
in cut among tho Japanese of Hono
lulu, for on board tho trim liner nrn
the Wasedn University bnscball play
era, who aio to play u scrlca of game?
ngalnut local teams.
Great preparations havo been
inndo for tho reception ot tho Wj-
scdas, and ns foou ns tho Chl)o Is
slgnted a move will bo made to tho
waterfront by all the Japiinoto of Illicit)-.
Major Kern, tho band, O.iliu
League officials, and the managed
of tho different lea inn, will bo on
tho wharf to greet tho rrprosenta
lives of Nippon us toon ns the steam
On tho lauiichulb.nl goesrout to
the steamer will ha a bunch of rep
exeiitntlvn Japanese, who will meet
the Waseda men on board the ma'l
boat. The 'preliminary greetings will
be extended whllo Hie steamer Is nt
anchor, but It will bo on tho whnrt
Hint the great wclcomo will be
As soon as tho Japanese have been
welcomed to the city thoy will be
driven around the usual routo and
shown all tho beauty spots near at
lrnnd. TJicn" the party -will proceed
to tlie.Azuran Clul), wlioro-hc,y-re
to bo domiciled during their stuy In
Tho opening game of the season
will bo played at tho Athletic Park
on Sunday, July 3, and It w)l be
against an All-Oahu league team.
Then on Monday tho Wascdas will
play tho C. A. C. nine, nnd a straight
tip as to their ability will be ob
tained. The. Tcuyo Mam, which left this
morning for Japan, will get Into
wireless communication wltb; the
Chljo, and tnen relay some messages
to and from tho Waseda team to Ho
nolulu. The Military league teams 'would
like to have tomo games with (he
Wnrcdas, aud It Is possible that a
scries will bo arranged. On Satur
days tho Punahou team will piny the
visitors, and there should be a good
ciowd at tho games. Many the ex
cuse will be rigged up by somo jouth
who will, on arriving at the park,
find that tils ticket calls for a seat
right alongside of his "boss."
The prospects for the series am
tery bright, and some of the largest
crowds that ever assembled at a ball
game should bo seen at the Athletic
Park on every Sunday the Waeedas
play. Tho blrf chern are nearly com
plete and extra slttlug accommoda
tlon for savernl ttiousajid people has
been erected. The tickets for tho
full searon nro selling fast, and very
few remain now. People who leave
the purchase of their pusses till luto
In the week will II ml that they havt1
no chance of gottlng n seat,
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The big race at Kulmlul Is the
mlle-nnd-n quarter event, slid tho
prize money Is $500. Webber, Warn,
lug, Klarlgney and Major Cplllcr are
the entrlra, and tho rnco should be
"Tho Two Jaoks"
JAPANESE BICVCLE Ml
EMEU Illtlft FRIENDS
Fine Luau Given nt Akcbonb Hotel
Speeches, Songs an J Geisha
Dances Good Time for Every
one. ' Not content with having treated
the officials of the race meeting last
Sundny to a fine lunch at Kaplolanl
Park, tho Japaticrc lllcyclo Associa
tion Inst ntglu gnvo a lunu In honor
of ocrybody connected with the
sports meeting. A big crowd sat
down to n Japanese dinner at &
o'clock, and from then on till n Into
hour all wan fun nnd frolic.
Charming geisha girls entertained
the company, nnd tho two principal
young Indies were tho Misses Wnka
fukti and Ichlko, who danced and
Rang their way luto tho hearts of
Johnnie Anderson mado n speech
In Chinese whlih wns translated Into
Japaneno by Mr. Ouodcrn nnd final
ly Into HngllHh by Tony Mnrcnlllno.
The stunt was tho biggest hit of
the evening and caused roars of
Many other speeches wrro, made by
those present, and ronie gems of ora
tory wero turned loose. Tho whole
tone of the affair was to tun effect
that tho bicycle races worn, cry suc
cessful, and that the Japanese pro'
mntcrs were delighted to seo men of
other nationalities taking pnrLJu the
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MANY lOVEhS OF SPORTS
WORK HARD FOR fi
Judges, Scorers, Timers and Other
,-.. OftleiaJsAlwftjs Ready tor Take
" Part in Good Work. '
There aro a bunch of men In Ho
nolulu who seem to think nothing
of putting In n hard day's work, on
Sundays or liolldajs, when they cnuld
be .resting at homo, nnd who nssuiiie
the responsibility of deciding con
tests before huge mixed gathering-
without a qualm.
It Is to men like this Hint tho
sporting community havo Io look lo
leo fulr nlay. and lo clvo their vor-
diets without caring u emu who b
ple&sed or annoyed. --'' i
Then there are the. announcers und
timers, who for bonis wnlch and ro
cord the pace of limners., skaters
nnd cyclists. 'The best man with a
watch In Honolulu Is lien Unilinear,
nnd he has a tlmcpleco that rout n
mint af money, lien Is alwnya will
Ing to take a hand In sports, and Is
to be rolled upon for the correct fig
ures In connection with any event.
On Sunday last Holllnger did excel,
lent work nt the Kaplolanl i'ark bt
cyclo raco meeting, and ho has the.
art of timing down to a lino point
As long us men In whom the pub
lic havo confidence tnko n hand In
tho different i-ports, so long will all
tho illfteien' nationalities which go
o make up n Hawaiian crowd feel
that every derision will be on tho
square nnd that no ciookcd business
will bo tolerated.
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(HI SHOW Will BE '
dlS IV FOURTH
Outrieccr Club Guine Strong The
Rovals to Perform and Big
"Chorus" to Do Cake-Walk.
Charles Itoyal and Ills jirctty lit
tio wife, KUIth Elliott, nro rehcaru
liiK their company three times n day
ut the Skatlnc lllnk. There aro moro
than thirty In tho cast that will
appear on the staKe being built In
the bl(j lanal of the Outrigger Club
Ht"fotlkfiir Theltoyals will glvo
one performance there on tho even
lug of tho Fourth of July. There
will he a full minstrel show, n vnudo
vlllo performance, and n ono-nct
play with tho full strength of tho
company. Tho Art Theater Is lend
Ing the severul scls ot a:onery
Tho big show at tho Outrigger will
lake place In the evening after tho
surfing ut u n Is are pan. In the nft
eruoon (hore will bo a regatta and
Uiu surf canoeing for tho Clark cups
The Outrigger Club Is arcuuiuli)t
Ing iulto a collection ot cups mid
trophies. There atn tho four Clink
cups, two of which will bo contest
'ed (or on the Kuu'rth, and to t tilt.
collection frank Spculght, the Dick
ens reader, has added a liaudboiuo
solid silver cup, which Is lo en to
(he best blx-imdilli) crow among tho
umatuurs. There will ho Mivernl U
paddfe rares. next Monday ut Wal
klkl. The seniors and Urn Juniors
will ra'h enter three news, nnd Ii
U ekperled tliut Ilia t'lialluuiKiga,
Ilia Cluteluud and llm llelgluii train
lug hlp will ulio eulrr x-iadda
Out In Hie Ills surf, hotli small
and ar( Imijs will handlu cuiioes nf
iivery ilnsrrlpllon hvfor the ml I urn.
iillil two nf llio (JUrlfi i'Ui Will !)
MwuiiiMd-'mif lo llm most nkjllfnl
klei'trr uf u lurvu tuiiw, ami Uiu
Musical Comedy Co.;
(Direction of Hank Blair)
In ii repertoire containing some off
the latest New York Musical suc
cesses, beginning with j,
The Telephone Girls
Box Oflitc now open at Dcrir-7
atawiu a. -r
Prices 25. 00 nnd 75 Cents. Jf
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND
Honolulu Athletic Park
Sunday, July 3, 1010
J. A. C. vs. U. S. M. C.
ALL-OAHU LEAGUE vs. WASEDA ,&
Monday. July 4, 1010
V. A. C. vs. 0. C. ALUMNI
C. A. C. vs. WASEDA ''
.25f., 50c. nnd -75c.
" Fort Street Below BereUnit
DESMOND SISTERS nnd SHERMAN -J
THOMPSON In Sonp; and Dance
J,:V. GIBSON Dancinrj nnd Sinp- ','i
Admission So., 10c.. 15c.
Corner Nuuanu and Fauahi Streets
Orion & Leota
Eccentric Dancers and
THE ROYALS AND
in mion dksiciici . i
Admission 15c, 10c.t 5c, o
t. z m'1
uiuer io me ncsi uauuicr yi ui
small cauoei In the surf.
In the evening. Itoynl and hU b
company will glvo their bhmv, which
will conclude nlth n cnku-walk. The
big In no 1 will ho turned Into a the.
nier, uiu wiiiio ine cako-naiK id iuk
lug placn on tho lawn after ,tht)
show, tho chairs mid stage will b4
leuiovril jiml tho floor cleared for
dancing. Tho llul Nalu will co out.
.... Hi. .li utirflii.n tila ff.W i. l.ll .ifl'.W $
" . .,,.. ,u, ' . V1''.T.
! oil nil oi Jill) iirqwornaiu me uucun
and. then tho dantc WHO begin. -V
n it :
DOTS AND DASHES.
Tho headquurtura (or spori
cvei-ta la Jack Bcu'l) . on HoltV
street, and the well-known promoter
spares no trouble in teeing, (hat iit$ j
put i (ins nro kept In Lunch with all
tho oulildv spoiling iiuus Jack hai
iirriiiiged for j rahlrd aocounl nf llio
Jnflrles-JohiiKuii llglil, nnd the tijii- .,
lest- round h round will be ppttjij
ed on a ble blackboard tint bus btsn
llsed up In readluei for the 1'ourlii,
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I'UIHtY DAVI8' I'AINKILLEIt
for all sort uf cuts, brunts, burns mH
il rains, Taken Inlciiiullv it curm ilf.
n)iuH and ilniiiUry, Avoid nfb'lU ,
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iiiii-p. uii, yui MM vvw
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