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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. IL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1010.
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New Reading - Standard
We received this week. We received one lait week
it's sold, This one won't be on our floor long, bnt wc
have a lot more strunir out between Honolulu and Read
in. Pa. There is such a demand for Reading-Standards
that we have to take them as we can tret them, and where
we expected eight in one shipment, wc have only received
so far two in two shipments.
We csrry a good assortment of Parts for the Reading.
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fries In lue I uiorlli" for Hie etentthul Johnson Im s niiitif hacker.
WASEDAS WILL PLAY SECOND
. I game AGAINST ALL-OAHU
Marines to Meet Japanese Athletics
in first aame A Tremendous
Crowd Sure to Be Present All
At the Athletic Park next Sunday
til pro will bo n treat for nil the
ball fans who gather at tliut popular
resort. Anil one of the largest
crowds that ecr congregated at a
baseball game In Hawaii will doubt
less be seen there. And the pity of
It all la that quite a number ot lov
ers of tho game will be away on
Maul attending the races. One can
not be lu two pluceji ,at once, no
matter how the wish Is expressed.
On Sunday afternoon the first
game will be between the MarlneH
and 'the J. A. C. nine, and It will
serve as nu Introduction to the big
struggle between the Wnsedas and
the AU-Oahu League team.
The Wasedas will arrive on Sat
urday next, and as they will only
have a short time to get their shore
legs, they possibly may not show
their best form first rattle out ot tho
box. They will, however, soon feel
all right, and on Monday, July 4.
should put up a game against the
Chinese Athletics that will show peo
ple what they are capable ot on the
Tho b'ejehers nt the pari are al
most ready to retolyji the thousands
of fans who will .be) present during
the series', and lomoFrow or next day
ah the arrangements will be com.
Extra gates are to be opened to
the park, no that tho crowd may be
handled easily, and holders of tltk
els for different parts (if tho grand
stand and bleachors will be able to
make their way direct to thotr ap
pointed places. The seating accom
modation has been Increased a lot,
and It Is thought that few funs will
have to Btaud up during the games.
The Wasedas are to lime a good
time while In Honolulu, and (hern
Is no doubt thai they will play good
ball. Uy defeating the sailors from
the American warships, the Wasedas
showed thut they can play ball, iiinl
according to the ac -omits of their
prowess thnt have drifted across the
Pacific, the 'varsity nine will make
the best In Hawaii play up to win
Tickets nre going oft very fast,
and It will be extremely hard now
to gut a season pass for the games
All the Jnpaneso of Oahu, besides a
bunch from the outsldo Islands, will
be on hand, and there should be a
Btlrrlng ell of "llnnznll" when tho
Wasedas .step out onto the diamond
for the first time.
S R R
DOTS AND DASHES.
The llu 1 1 e 1 1 n, by arranging
for the dally scores of the big main
land leagues to be cabled and pub
lished, has shown grent enterprise in
the sporting line. The record of the
Jeffries-Johnson fight, by rounds,
will also be received at the II u 1
1 e 1 1 n olllco, nnd once ngaln the
paper will announce to tho waiting
sports how a world's championship
(Additional Sports on Page 10.)
"ALL ABOARD" FOR MAUI
AND REAL GOOD TIME
Kahului Races Promise Well Big
Crowd to Take In Valley Island
Snorts Kmau Will Take Crowd
From This City,
On Saturday afternoon next thr
good ship Klnitu will sail away with
a big bunch of sports Vbo will pro
iced to Maul nnd who, besides tak
ing lu tho races on the Fourth, will
have the time of their lives on the
hospitable Valley Isle.
Home two hundred and fifty excur
sionists will make the trip, and the
voyage up to Kahului should bu a
real Joy rtdo nil the way. Most ot
the bunch are good sailors, and as
the run across Is so short, evcrjone
should. Inml In good order and condi
tion. Upon arrhal at Kahului on Bun
day morning, most of the excursion
Ists wll take the train or automo
bile to W.ailuku audjifter a wash
and clean up, proceed to take In Iao
Valley und the other sights of Maul.
Others will probahlj run up against
oldtime friends and be rushed oft to
hospltnble homes where the coming
events of the Fourth will be dis
cussed. The hoise races promise to be as,
good as any ever held In the Terrl.
tory, nnd n most attractive program
Drop In 4i
1JIHILE 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
'Tho Two Jaoks"
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a COMING EVENTS. tt
it Secretaries and managers of S3
tt athletic chil)9 ore Invited to send tt
ft In the dates of any events which tt
tt they may be getting up, for In- tt
tt sertlon under the above head, tt
tt Address all communications to tt
tt the Sporting Editor, D u 1 1 e 1 1 n. tt
tt HASEDAl,!,. tt
tt International (James. tt
tt July 3. Wosisla s. All Onhu it
It League tt
It July 4 Wnicda n. C. A. C. tt
ti Oahu League Series. ti
tt July 3. .Marines vs. J. A. C. tt
tt Oahu Juniors. it
tt July 3. Asahls fl. Mil Hocks, it
3 I'alamn vs. C. A. C. Jr. ti
tt Jul) 3. i:a s. Walanae.
3. Marines s. Tort Sbnf- t
July 3 N 0 II, s. Hospital Co ;:
it July 3 rrt Shatter v.) rifth tt
it Cavalry. ii
ti Ooir. ti
ti July 4 Team Tournament, Conn, tt
ti trV Club. ii
it July 17. Medal Play, Honolulu tt
tt July 2.-
tt July n. O. Hall Cup.
tt 8ept. Wall Cup.
.t July 3. Sea Wren Hace.
tt Jul) 10. lleckley Cup.
tt Horse Racing.
tt July 4. Kahului Itaces.
tt Trans Pacific Yacht Race.
it July 9 Start from 8nn Pedro.
tt World's Championship Fight.
tt July 4. James Jeffries vs. Jack it
it Johnson. it
It Polo. it
!t August Season Opens. ti
lias .been arranged by the promoters
of the meeting. It Is certain that
some ot the events will be closely
contested and thnt Maul, Oahu and
Hawaii will have ropresentnthos In
each raie that will call forth all the
ihcera of the people, hailing from
those islands. I
The Onhu sports arc so used to
going to llllo tor the Fourth, thnt
Maul will seem a trifle strange to
them when they first land, lint as
soon as tho Puuuene, Pain, Kahului
uud Walluku hoys get bold ot the
excursionists, there "will be a good
1 1 iro all round.
Most of tho horse nre thoroughly
wound up now, and Ihe race should
be really good. Major Collier Is
looking better than ever he did, and
It will tnke a goo I horse to beat
him over a mile and n quarter.
Warning Is also looking well, und it
may happen that his "leg" may
stand the strain of one good race
and that he will give people a taste
of his real form and pace.
Jerry llroderlck's mare, Coplt, Is
In fine condition, and she will beat
more than bent her In the shorter
races, flood old Indigo will once
Viiore appear on the track, and as
the old horse ) Idolised by the sport
ing communlf), and is considered to
bo the gamest nnj thnt ever raced
here, It Is lo be hoped thut the old
warrior pulls off a race. No one who
saw any of the battles put up by
Indigo and Major Collier on the
llllo race track can eer forget them,
nnd all hope to see the pair once
more stretch their necks for the
There will bo a couple of baseball
games at Kahului an the Fourth, and
they should Interest tho crowd. It
Is a pity that a team trorj Honolulu
Is not mnkli.g the trip, as an inter
Islund baseball game would bo the
real thing In sports.
SOME FINE PRIZB FOR
All Sorts of Money Offered for Feats
That Will Be Accomplished in
Prizes offered for aeroplane flights
140,000 for triangular flight from
Indianapolis to St. !ouls, to Chicago,
to Indlnuupolls, to be offered by aero
clubs of tho three cities and the
towns to be Included In the course.
SSR.OOO for flights at Atlantic City
meet, July 3-10.
130,000 for flight from New York
to St, Urals, or vice crsa, offered by
New York World and St, Uiuls Post
Dispatch, II2M00 for New York-to.Chlcago
lllght, offered by New York Times
and Chkngo Post. -
(20,000 for flight between New
York and Washington, , to be offered
by the Washington Chamber of Com
me lie und the Washington Aero
1S, 000 for tho first tit n n who pro
duces nu aviopluiie with two pro
pellers and two inotnrs which are
superior, to mi); now In use, offered
by IMwIu nould
110,000 for Aviator llamllluu for
fllglit from Nw York to Philadel
phia and return,
1 10,000 (or fit, Ulili-IO-Kaiisas
City IIIkIiI, In he offered by Missouri
dlliem, . .. "
foOOo fur lllglit truni liidlanapulls
Musical Comedy Co.
(Direction ot Krnnk Illalr)
' LAST NIOHT OF
The Telephone Girl j
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Tnutsday. Irlday and Saturday- s
hiriiij ona matinee
"THE ASTRONOMER" "
Box Office how open nt Bere-
Prices 25, 50 and 75 Cents.
MATINEE SATURDAY 25c.
Honolulu Athletic Park
SPECIAL SEItlES . '
Sunday, July 3, 1010
J. A. C. vs. U. 'S. M. C
ALL-OAHU LEAOUE vs. WASEDA
Monday, July 4, 1010
P. A. C. vs. 0. C. ALUMNI
C. A. C. vs. WASEDA
Admission 25c, 60e. and 75c.
Fn vet Below Berettni
DESMOND SISTEBS and SHERMAN
THOMPSON In Song and Dance
J..V. GIBSON Dancing and Sing
Admission fie, 10c.. 15c.
Corner Nuuanu and Panahi Streets
Orton & Leota
Eccentric Dancers and
THE ROYALS AND
In Short Sketches
Admission, 15c, 10c, 5c,
Charlie Uimbcrt, what collection
of sporting uii'iii'iitots nwns at
tracts attention, will be cluilng up
his old pluie on l"ort street touior-,
low (light, lie will be glad to tum
all his old friends nt about halt-past
seven o'clock, when a dish of corn
ed beet will be on deck,
tn Chicago, offered by an Indianap
olis manufacturing concern.
15000 for flight from New York
to Scrnnton, offered by Serauton1
IJonrd of Trade,
Trophy, by the Htelilug World,
New York, to entourage aviation.
Trophy, by the Scientific Ameri
can, tn encourage nvlatlon.
Prizes offered for aeroplane flights
In Europe; j
110,000 for flight from 'Paris to
Urussels, offeied by the Aoro Club
of l'ranco, j
120,000 for flight from Paris to'
Clermont-t'errund, offtired by M,
125,000 for miscellaneous smallorj
Total, $21S,000 lu prizes stundlng
or to Ife put up within n few da)8.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
On Sunday morning nnitthe1Ouhii
Juniors will piny two guuiH jjLbalJ
and they will bet .Anhls" ys,AMlT
Docks: Piilnma JiiulorsJvs, oMMQl
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