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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 30, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T, H XHURSDAV. JUNE 30, 1910
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Hav6 a Look at the
Jew Reading - Standard
w received this week. Wc received one last week-
it's sold. This one won't be on our floor lone, but wc
have a lot more strum; out between Honolulu and Read
' inn-. Pa. There is such a demand for Heading-Standards
that ve; have to tako them as we can RCt them, nnd where
we expected eight in one shipment, wc have only received
' so far two in two shipments,-
Wc carry a good assortment of Parts for the Heading.
Call and look at the latest, at
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
W deliver to all parts of the city twice dally.
Telephone 4 Family Trade a Specialty tw
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS
Your Beer goes better ; goes
further, too. A Long, Cool .
Drink for 10c
King and Nuuanu Streets.
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Agent' f or (
Arthur Sewall & Co., .Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(QIIINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLES)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen fc Munioh Fire Ins. Co
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
Salt Pork and Flapjacks
YOU CAN OET THE PORK FROM US, AND YOU
WILL FIND IT DELICIOUS .NOT TOO SALTY, JUST
W, F, HEILBRON, Propiittor
DICK SULLIVAN, Prop.
75c. Per Month
ALL SORTS OF STUNTS
WILL BE PULLED 0P1
Sailors to Take Fart in Raccs-Bi).
Dance in Pavilion Royal ti
Give Show Large Crowd Ex
There will he nil sorts of sporting
cvcntB pulled oR on July I'ourtli
nnd not the lost unions them wll
be the Outilgger Club show lit Wat
klkl. Juniors nnd senium will tnki
pnrt In tho events, and an added in
tcrcst wit c the nppennuue of tin
Jarklcs from tho Cleveland nnd
Chnttnnuogn, who arc to talto p.irt
In the shim. Tho Millars from tin
I.'Avenlr will nlsn be ,ln the races
nnd ns tho Trunk SpcnlRht sllvci
nip goes to the winner, there should
be n great rare for the honors.
The beach should present n scene
of activity nil dny on the fourth, as
hundreds of others besides the ac
live paitlclpants In tho races will
be spending the day at tho play
giound of Hawaii.
In future the rcgnttas of tho Out
rigger Club will be gotten up nnd
innnnged by the house committee
and Charles Crane will net us cap
lain to select and look after tht
training of the crows. 0. It. Tut
tlo has been made chairman of the
liouso coinmltteo, and Is the right
man for tho position.
The canoes aro ready at the beach
for practising every afternoon, nnd
coachcrs ore on hand ready to In
struct tho now met) at the game.
The sailors from the warships and
tho IVAvenlr may 'go out any nfter
noon and hnvo n try at (lie best
water sport of tho lot.
Tho Hoats will give n perform
ance nt tho Outrigger Club "thea
ter," and they will present some fine
turns that should mnko a hit with
the crowd. At tho closo'of the per
formance there will bo a general
dance In tho pavilion, nnd every
body should hate n great time. The
following crews have entered for the
slx-paddlo canoe races, and other
entries will bo nccoptcd up till the
day before tho Kourtli: 4
In the Liokookco Curtis litis
tuce, I)ao Petorkon, K. Sailor, Hob
crt Sinclair, C. 1). Wright nnd A.
In the Hnnakeokl Admiral
Bvans, K. Ashley. K. Mclanphy A.
M)hre, C. llrenhnm and B. II.
In the Makonl Ted Melanphy,
D. Center. A. Anderson, A. Scroggy,
D. Chapman nnd Fred Lamb.
. JUNIOR CIIBW8.
In the Llokeokeo Marston Camp
bsll Jr., W Chapman, Stanley Wat
dron, E. Tuttle, Hoy Qraham and E.
A. Mott-Smlth Jr.
In the Hnnakeokl Sam Carter.
Malcojm Tuttle, Maurice Melanphy,
Reginald Simpson, W, McKonzle und
II, Laiarus. .
In the Makonl Kenneth Hold
ford, Fred Cnrter, M. Mugooii, , II.
Hlcbnrdran, W, Abies nnd II. I'ratt.
U ti tt
The Japanese Athletic Club Is out
.with Invitations to a reception to
bo glyen the Wnseda baseball team
at the Hlrano Hotel on Monday, July
4. The entertainment will begin
hajf-patit oovon o'clock, nnd n
huge crowd Is expected lo jittend.
'HILE 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"
Hotol noar Fort
tt tt u u ti tt u Ji u t: u ti n tt u u ji
tt COMINQ EVENTS. tt
tt Secretaries nnd managers of tt
ti athletic clubs nro Invited to send tt
it In the Outt's of any ovi'iilB which tt
tt they "may bo getting up, for In- tt
it rcrtlon under the itliuvo head, it
tt AddresH nil communications to it
tt tho Sporting IMIlor, U ill lot In. tt
it nASDDALL, ti
i International Qamei. it
i Jul) 3 Wnseda vs. All Onhll ti
t July 4. Waseda s C, A. C.
I Oahii League Series.
I July 3 Mnrlncs vs. J A, C.
! Oahu Juniors.
t July 3 -Asirhlg vs. Mu Hocks.
t July 3. Palalna s. C A C,
t Plantation League.
t July 3. IJwa vs. Wnlanae.
t Military League.
t July 3 Mailncs 'vs. Fort Shat- it
t tor. it
t July 3 N. 0. II, vs. Hospital Co. tt
t July 3. Fort Shatter a. I'lflh it
t Cnvnlry. ti
i Golf. tt
t July 4 Team Tournament, Conn tt
t try Club, ti
3 July 17. Medal I'lny, Honolulu it
J Golf Club. ' it
. Cricket. tt
i July 2. Match. ti
3 Tennis. tt
-t July K n. Hall Cup. it
!t Sept.-Wall Cup. it
tt Yachting. tt
July 3 Sea Wren lUcc. it
3 Jul) !.- Berkley Cup,. it
t Horse Racing. tt
t July 4. Knhulul Uncos. tt
i Trans Pacific Yacht dace. tt
t July 0, Start from Shh Pedro, it
i World's Championship Fight, it
i July 4. James Jeffries vs. Jack it
-i Johnson. it
it Polo, it
St August Season Opens. ti
rt tt is u 8 n n tt tt tt a tt it tt n it u
fourth Hi mmi
CLUB Will BE W
Team Competition for Members
Bus From Car Line--Lunch at
Club Beit of Fan on Monday.
On Monday, July 4, tho Country
Club will bo en feto, and all dny
long the members will be cuJolng
themselves. A team competition wilt
bo played and entries for tho snmo
will closo at 10 o'clock In the morn
Ing nt tho clubhouse.
A 'bus will run from tho end of
the Nuuanu car line, and the visit
ors and members will bo nblo to
mnko the Journey In comfort. Lunch
will be provided, and the big crowd
of holldn) -makers will be ablu to
appcaso the Inner ninn In comfort.
The links nre lit their best now,
and many Improvements are to bo
noticed around the greens. The ten
nis courts aro avallablo for games,
and many members take their exer
cise In that way,
it tt tl
The ball team from the Chatta
nooga will play the Punahous this
afternoon at the Alexander Field.
Jnck Scully of The Fashion Saloon
lias arranged to hnvo tho results of
tho ble fight at Hcno. on the Foutrh.
sent him by cable, round by round,
nnd will display tho snme on his blg
bulletin board In Tho Fashion prem
Ises where the public can get the nows
almost ns quickly ns being right on
MAN FROM COAST IS
TO TAKE ON CORNYN
"Sunny Jim" and Irorunan McCol
lough Should Provide Good Oo
Other Contests to Be Fulled
Off on July 0.
llotlng Is looking u) In Mono
lulu, nnd tho pinspocta of having
some Inteicstlng bouts In tho near
futuio appear bright. Thero aro a
number of pugs in town now, und
most of them aio ready and willing
to box mi) body about their own
I'nt Com) n has had nothing much
to (HI Blnco he met Nelson In the
squared circle, mid he icrtalnly Is
read) for u match If aii)nno can be
found to go up ngnlnst him. it Is
piolmblc "that a man will bo brought
from tho Coast before long, and that
a real good go will bo staged nt the
Aloha Park. Thero urn many men
who lire nnxlou to sco how Pat
would shape up ugti'liit.l a man' of
about liU own caliber-, mid It should
pn; to bring n lighter down from
the mainland who Could make n go
with Curnyn interesting.
Then McCollough Is spoiling for
a fight, and ho Is us good us match
cd with "Sunny Jim" lloao, the lad
whf seems to' lie a second Wuhllaiil.
The latter boxor and McCollough
have had several fights, and It was
only at their lust meeting at the
skating rink that the uatlvo wan
Another Interesting scrap will be
one between Terrlcn o( the Engin
eers and Wahllnnl, "The Wild
Bwnn." Terrlen will have unothei'
handful In tho native lad, but the
weights-will bo more even than the)
wcro In the Hoao-Tcrrlen content
Jack McFnddcn Is figuring on the
show, nnd hi Anddlflon to tho two
bouts mentioned above, he Intends
to bring Crowley of the Chntlunoogn
nnd Yedlli) of the Clovcland togeth
er. Tho two sailors have met bo
fore In the Fur Hast, mid they
should provldo some Interesting
btoush while they nro in the ring
on Jul) 9.
Young Uiiiib Is looking nrniind. for
another go, nnd ho niny be uiconi
modatcd before long. Tlfe lad Is a
wilting, clever little boxer, nnd has
done well, hi fur. In the ring. An
other lad named John Cole, who
weighs In at 133 pounds. Is spoiling
for a scrap, nnd his address Is care
of the Chattanooga. John will be
pleased to entertain challenges from
any local man, or else n sailor from
Taking it all round, the boxing
outlook Is good, and the Aloha Park
should be In commission again many
times. On July 9 McFuddcn's show
will come off, and thero nre Indica
tions that other contests will be
staged before long.
ti it tt
Charlie Uimhort wants nil hli
friends to drop In this evening at
his old place on Fort street. There
will be an elegant spread provided
nnd plenty of talk about sport ot
will have the results of the Jeffries-
Johnson, fight posted nt his business
houso on the dny of the big" fight.
Tho Two Jades"
BATTING I1DKB OF
Willi TEAMS AND MEN
Akann Lcada in Percentage and C.
A. C. In Teams John Lo Has
Dropped Down in List.
Hatting aerngcs are always In
(cresting to ponder over, and ihel
following list of ncrngrs will be
rend, marked nnd Inwardly digested
by the fans. Onl tho nvcrnges of
men who huo placd In (he or more
games nre Included:
Batting Average by Teams:
Alt II HII Sit
Nnme Club, 0 All It II 811 SI) I'ct
En Sul (C).
Souza (P) .
Hlnrp (M) .
Kulnit (J) .
I. Lo (C)..
Ah Toon tC)
Aknna (O... 9
DaWs (M). . 9
II. Chack (C) 8
Prelum (!).. 9
Not ley (J)... ".
Tom Yen (O 5
Orncllns (P). 8
Gibson (M).. 5
Tops (P) . 7
Inw (M).. . 8
Zcrbo (I)... C
F. Johph (F) 7
l'ojlon (M). 8
Mi. GUIER LEFT I ,
t FOR (OAST
Hawaiian Lady Champion Will Take
Part in Bic Mainland Tourna
tnent To Play Miss Sutton.
Mrs. Coulter, tho lady ehnniplon
of Hawaii, left for the Coast es
terday on the Sierra, mid she took
all tho best wishes for success with
her. Her brother accompanies Mrs.
Coulter und will net ns "chapcronc."
On July 20 Mrs. Coulter will be.
gin her match plajlng on tho Cali
fornia courts, nnd lator on, when
she has struck llrst-clnss form, sho
will go up ngnlnst tho two best
pla)crs on cat til May Sutton and
Miss Holcliklis. . It Is almost too
much to ripen thnt Mrs. Coulter
will defeat either of tho champions,
'nit she should do well ugaltibt tho
lesser lights of the tenuis world.
tt tt tt
DOTS AND DASHES.
The Wntedas will pull In nlong
slde the whnrf nt about 2 o'clock to.
morrow afternoon, nnd the recep
tion committee will be on hnnd to
glvo them tho glad hand!
Tickets for tho Onhu-Waseda
games of Sunday and Monday next
will be on sale at the Chambers
Drug Store from tomorrow morning
Company D of tho Marines defeat
ed the plnjers of Company 11 yester
day by a score of II to 10.
Jnck Scully will hnvo the results
of the big fight, round by round,
tosted nt bis place of business on
Mcdlunlty, tho former Iron man ot
the National League, has his Newnrk
team away to n dun start. Newark
led the listcru Louguo on Tuesday
with n percentago ot .909 for gauius,
Hlght players of the Sacramento
team aro the property of tho llnston
Americana. Perry, Drlggs, Ilonrdman,
Danzig, IleuniH, Hunt, Nnursn and
Ilnuni hnvo nil been farmed out.
Hoiiiis Wngnir up to tho Inst week
of April was batting only 226, but hns
raised his nerago several points tho
Campbe'l list J oar with Aberdeen,
tt tt it n tt tt tt it tt tt it ti tt it it ti tt
0F BIG FIGHT
Dick SullHan. who is well known In
Honolulu hi one of tho most enthu
flattie supporters of local spoiling
ents, lias made arrangements lo
tn Ills patrons cabled rt turns of
cmli round uf thu big fight In lU'ng on
tht) Inn rlh, h oirn will lie poslid
In tlm I'm I lie HuIikiii, turner of King
and Nuuaim Elrttti
.. Aju''l . iiiti'rijrf iiiisiiMissMti i ti "ii tjJtimwjmmmb'
upera. nouse j
f I 11
The Telephone Girl
Will Be Continued All This F"'"
MAUDE ROCKWELL 3.
MISS OLOA STECK
In Hew Specialties
Montay, July 4
Box Office nt Bcnrstrom's
PRICES 25c, 50c. and 75c,
Honolulu Athletic Park
Sunday, July 3,
J. A. C. vs. U. S. M. 0.
ALL-OAItU LEAQUK vs. WASEDA
- Monday. July !, 1910
T. A. C. vs. 0. C. ALUMNI
C. A. C. vs. WASEDA
25c, 50c. nnd 75c.
Fort Street Below Berttanla
DESMOND SISTERS and SHERMAN
THOMPSON In Song and Dance
J, V. GIBSON Dancinr; and Sine-
Admission 6c., 10c. 16c.
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
Orton & Lcota
Eccentrie Dancers and '
THE ROYALS AND
BABY ELLI0TT,-ix .
. ,. . ' -ja
in oiiuri okxicucs Si
MOTION PICTURES '
Admission 15c., 10c, 5c.
has won a home with Pittsburg and
it Is almost n certainty that he wll
bo tho utility outfielder for tho
World's Champions t
"Ilabo" Adams, the hero ot last
year's win hl's championship. Imaiuot
pitched good ball thus fur, Ilu hiiC
been knocked out of tho box several
times. ' 8
1'rcd Tennej, wh,o underwent Jnfl'
oporntlon on his right heel Tint 6ea:S
boil, nrpocts to get baCk hi Hie gaujj
mo coining wio nr so.
Mordecjl Drown hnr already lott,
three hard games this reason. whlchfT
Is ono third of the number ho lostialljR
of last season ;
'olo Lister is bitting ,113 'orinlneiL,
iicb Mort ot his bits have beenRn
1'itrn, bne. ' " "n
one n plurlng ureaUjtsHi i
nnd hli. hlttln? I a. ' boeivW-
(Additional Epotti on Tage G)
A CCRTAIN METHOD
for curing cramps, diarrhea and dy- ,v
enter Is by using J'alnklllor tl'err
Davis'). Tills medic no bs simtslnod "
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