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BVRNINO htlLI.ETIN, HONOLULU. T. It.. S'.TUttrHY. JULY 2. 1910.
Have a Look at the
New Reading - Standard
we received this week. We received one last week
it's sold. This one won't be on our floor long, but we
have', a 'lot more strung out between Honolulu and Head
inc. Fa. There is such a demand for Reading-Standards
that we have to take them as we can get them, and Where
we expected eigh't in one shipment, we have only received
so far two in two shipments.
Wc curry a good assortment of Parts for the Heading.
Call and look at the latest, at
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VISITORS AT PRACTISE
AT PARK YESTERDAY
Some Star Players Among Waiedas
Everything in Readiness foi
Gome Tremendous Crowd Will
Be on Hand!
All wns excitement yesterday aft
ernoon ut the Alakca street vhart
when the Wasedas landed, and the
local Japanese were delimited to see
their countrymen looking so well nm)
In such good condition. As soon an
the long wnlt for leave to get ashore
was finished, tho Wasedas were bun
dled Into automobiles and taken to
tho Azuma Club, where thev werc
greeted by hundreds of Japanese.
After a short wait the whole team
went down to the Athletic Pnrk,
here they quhkly appeared on the
diamond clothed In their fine-looking
uniforms. The men are a good loi
of athletes and quick as cats on their
feet. The players are much largei
than one would think to see them
casually on board the steamer. To
use. n- sporting expression, the)
Harney Joy, tho boss pitcher of
these Islands, was at the pnrk yej
terday afternoon, and ho sent the
ball over tho plate for the Waseda
to strike at. flarney has lost little
of the cunning curve that won Mm
a place on the big Coast team, but
the Wasedas hit him merrily over
' There are three pitchers on' the
team Matsuda. 01 and Omurn and
Iti'if are 'star Iwfrlers who will keep
the Oahu League playeni guessing all
the time. It Is thought that theso
three men, by being changed about
with care, will account for the local
' The captain of the team Is rohlta.
and he Is a good batsman. lie field
it fit Bt base, and can also do stunts
In th outfield. Qgawu a another
man who In the "country" does some
rcmarkab'c work In the Way of
cat:hes. He can get up speed In n
few strides and covers the erounJ
like Eft Sue.
The Oahu League onVUIj havo
everything arranged for the series,
which starts up tomorrow afternoon
with a geme between the Wasedas
and an All-Oahu league nine. Then
on Monday the visitors will nclile
the Chinese Athletics, and a spl?n
ild struggle should eventuate.
The new blcachern are nil ready
for the crowd, nml to mnke sura that
the overflow of fans may be-aeated,
hundreds of chairs will also be
placed all around the ground within
a roped enclosure. Everything Is
ready for the show, and It only re
mains far the teams to step onto the
diamond and for the rain to keep
off the same place.
OF BIG FIGHT
Dick Sullivan, who Is well known In
Honolulu as one of the most enthu
siastic, supporters of local sporting
events, Iisb niado arrangements to
give his patrons cabled returns "of
each round of the big fight in Hcno on
the Fourth; tlio returns will be posted
In tho Paclflo Saloon, cornor of King
and Nuuanu Btrcets.
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:t COMING EVENTS. tt
tt Secretaries nnd managers of It
it athletic clubs aro Invited to send Jt
ti In the dates of.nny events which tl
St they may be g'ttlug up, for In- IS
!t sertlou under the nbovo head. It
:t Address nil communications to. Jt
tt the Hortlng Editor, 11 u 1 1 1 1 1 n. tt
tt I1ABEIIALL. tt
tt 'International Oames. tt
;t.July 3. Woitcda vs. All Oahu tt
EXCURSIONISTS PULL OUT
TONIQHT FOR VALLEY ISLE
Big Bunch Left on Claudine Last
Night Klnau Sails at Eight
o'clock This Evening Races'
tt July 4.--Voaeda vs. C. A. C.
St Oahu League Series,
.t July 3. Marines vs. J. A, 0.
t Oahu Juniors.
t July' 3. AhuIiIh vs. ,Mu Hocks'.
t July 3. l'alama vs, C. A. C. Jr. tt
t Plantation League. tt A aboard for Maul," will bo tho
t July 3.- Kwa vs. Walanae. tUcry tUg evonng nl g 0-coct When the
1 . , - Mlll"y League. tt ooi gh, K(nau- ,owg ,ier ,agt whg.
it July 3.-Marines vs. tort Shaf- tt More m w
3 July'3.-N. 0. II. vs. Hospital Co. tt lrl" to K"h,uL ,B, ! '"-X "
.1 July 3.Kort Hhafter .l. Fifth tt '""" ",ul " " "'"
St Cavalry; tt tl,cre wl" be a Great time bnl: going
;j ' coif. u to Maui and coming 'jio.--tiii't Ihflio
rt July 4. Team Tournament.-Coun- tt will li n good time on llu Vulltf;' is-
t try Club.
tt July 17. Modal I'lay,
3 Golf Club.
it July 2. Match.
t July E 0. Hall Cup.
t Sept. Wull Cup.
St July 3. Sea Wren Hace.
S July 10. Ilt'ckley Cup.
$ Korse Racing.
t July I. Kahulul Ilaces.
t Transpacific Yacht Race.
t July 9. Start -from San Pedro.
t World's Championship Fight
tt land goes without saylmr.
Honolulu tt l'lom" all accounts Hi) Knhulul
tra:k 1 In great conditio.!, and il.o
horses are all wound up nu.l rea'ly
foi the fray. Beslduj tin- srandstnud
there ure other seats it tnu sliup'i oi
bleat hers, and the big crowd of race-
Cocih will be able to see the different
events In comfort
The Illlo contingent Is already on
tt tht fciound, und a 'jjnch of sportt
. tt from Honolulu went to Mini last
tt night on the Claudine, Tho croud
S' that leaves on the Klnau this evin
n Inz will be the last to arrle. ixi-ent
t July 4. James Jeffries vs. Jack tt for th yachumen. who ure Bulling
:x jonnson. '
t Polo. tt
3 August Season Opens. tt
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Jack Scully of Tho' Fashion Saloon
has arranged to have the results of
the big fight at Reno, on tho Foutrh,
sent him by cablo, round by round,
and will display the snmo on his big
bulletin board In The Fashion prem
ises where tho public can get tho nows
almost aa quickly as being right on
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MONDAY 'Mil MV ill
Royals and Amateurs Will Qive a
Show "Billy" Kerr to Sing
"Mabel" Minstrels to Perform.
The Telephone Gir
(NEW ORPHEUM WILL OPEN;
THURSDAY, JULY 7'7'1
The Outrigger Club will l.av-t the
biggest company In town to npou Its I
theatre nt 'alklkl Monday evening; I
Charles Royal Is seeing to that. In
thn minstrel tinrt nf the tduiw tin Iiiihi
all of the leading black f.to intent In Prices ,25c, 80o and'71
town, more than thirty good singers i
nnd comedians. The 'ollowiiu la the'
list of tho performers: A. II. My lire,
Wm. Kerr, Will McTlghe, Joe Forrest,
Clias. E. Royal, Mclnotte Sisters, E.
Vaughn, Edyth Elliott, Outrigger
Quartet, A. Carter, Jack Clcary, Car
los Caceras, Eva Alva, Wm. Hooper,
Nada Morel, Chattanooga Quartet,
Oleo Club Sextet, John Airreltns,
Misses Oliver, Peter Alamcdn, Geo.
Ferelra and llaby Elliott.
Royal Is running the whole show
In the evening, that Is ho Is king un
til after the cake walk, when the big
floor will be cleured for dancing. Our-1
Ing the afternoon of "the Fourth' the
Honolulu Athletic Pai
House Committee will be In charge of
Sunday, July 3, 1010
C. vs. U, S. M. C.
UPSjgto br AlTrUan 'r Aal(oni
TKX HICK A III!
over to Kahulul. The Kalumanu II
also takes a buuch of people across
the channel and, the more the merrier
The Walluku townspeople will be
on hnnd to greet the excursionists,
and It won't bo long till everyone Is
settled with friends' or at hotels'. Sun
day can bo spent In gossiping over
the coming races and in renewing the
acquaintance of the Maul boys.
The races should be as good as any
pulled on in Hawaii, and all the best
horses In the territory are engaged
Iq the different cventH. Warning,
Louis Warren's well bred horse, may
possibly stand one race without his
leg going, and If the weak member
will only hold, the Honolulu nag
should beat everything that he goes
up against. Major Collier is another
horse that will take a lot of beating
I in the events he Is engaged In and be
und oid indigo should put up one
more good race.
Webber Is looking well, and should
run better than he did In Illlo; the
horse Is u good one alright und should
bo ready from all accounts, but all
tho same may surprise the knowing
ones by coming In uuder the wire
ahead of everything else.
The baseball games will be good,
too, and the Honolulu sports will be
uble to sizo up the form of the M ml
sports as regards to Oahu ball. Tak-
Who rtlll referee the routed hclnrrii lnK . nil toEelher the trln'to Maul
Jiimen jeiines una jiick jonnion glu)Ud ha ono of tlle uegt xcurg0nil
on Jlondii) next.
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DOTS AND DASHES,
Dick Sullivan has arranged to get
the result of the Jeffries-Johnson
fight round hy round, and he will
post the same at
on King streot.
of the year.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
The Military league will continue
Us series at the louguo grounds this
afternoon and one game, will be play
Itugors. The second game will be
provided by the Hospital Co. and a
Ths aftornoon ut Lollehuu there combined team from the Ainerl.an
will be a polo game between an
Oahu team and the Fifth Cavalry
players and n fine match Is anticipated.
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lulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
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the stunts. At 3 o'clock the first six ALL-OAHU LEAQUE vs.yASED
imuuiu race win ue iiunca on, anu
from then until fi o'clock there will be
canoe races, and the Speulght cup will
be won and lost. At five, when the
rollers nre usually at their best, the
surfing contest will take place.
There is a Clark trophy for tho lest
manipulator of a small surfing canoe,
nnd another for the young men who Admission
can best handle a big canoo before
the big rollers. Each youngster wlllj
bo tried In three different small
canoes, and In two large onos, that Is
If he enters for both cups.
-Monriav Jnlv d 10104
P. A. C. vs. 0. C. ALUMNI
C. A. C.ws. WASEDA
' ""' HIJwl
Ilcfreshmepu jvlll be served on tho j 8tMet lelow'jewtffi
EruuuaDuu. ni i;au ucrgerji uunu TiTCnTn niMrnn
will --hoy-Vt .A-Wrbrmat.PEMOHDnraEM.M
ueKuiB iu inv uuirigger ineair.e, .pmi
at 9:30 the dances nl tliu.toiimt.an'd
In the big lunal of the Outrigger club
Hilly Kerr's turn should bring down
the house. Ills famous song, in wlilcli
he appeals to Maber-to .be easy as she
can, Is a screamor; and will cause
much laughter for sure,
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THOMPSON In Song audi
J. V, GIBSON Dancinp and'SW
CUNHA'S OROHESTHA ."M
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C01FERS INVITED 10
HAIEIWA FOR FOURTH
Open Handicap Stroke Competition
t Famous Links Members to
An open handicap stroke competi
tion In golf Is on the schedule of the
lUiIclwu (lolf Club for tho Fourth of
July', Any amateur golfers may en
ter, the drawings being ut Halelwu
hotel at 2 p. m.
Three prizes, costing seven, five and
two dollars each, will be given for the
three bent net scores.
At Halelwn, ono. ulwus 1ms a Jolly
time, ns the Halelwn club's boys are
good hosts and the visiting golfers
enjoy the good meals ut the hotel. A
special Fourth of July lunch will be
sorved that day.
It is hoped that this Invittttlon t.v
play on the country courso will h ac
cepted by many of tho to.vn and "!slt
In;; golfers, who aro ussuro.l n f,ood
line and a pleasant clua'o.
Corner Nuuanu and PanaM 'StrS
Orton & Leot!
Eccentric Dancers and
THE ROYALS AND
In Short Sketches
A 8UQQE8TION ON ECZEMA,
It Is suggested that eczema suffer
ers ask tho Honolulu Drug Co., of this
city what reports he Is getting from
(ho patients who havo used the oil of
wlntergreon liquid compound, D. I), 1).
There Is n tradition to tho effect
that once upon a time a woman In a
crowded car got up and offered her
seat to u man with a baby In his
Once In n great while a man's self
respect keeps him from enjoying life.
The woman with the shortest foot
may possess tho longest tongue.
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