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eVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, JULY 6, lSlO.
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have a lot more strum: out between Honolulu and Read
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that we have to take them as wc can get them, and where
we expected eight in one shipment, wc have only received
so far two in two shipments.
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Tlio Outrigger Club scored two
more big successes )esterduy. Tl.u
rourtli of July ennoo luce uver tl?
wh triangular Ouulk'iur cuumo
wi ro seen from start lo IliiUIi i.y a
I'lign crowd .and In ilia e"iilng tlin'
llcyo! dhow nt the Outrigyr theater
was packed ,to the doors, enough
money was taken In nt the doom In
pay for the new addition to tho big
dancing lannl, eighty by sixteen feet,
that was used last night for the first
tlma as n iromenade.
The event of the afternoon sports
was the complete victory of the lli-l-glati
boys over the Yankee sailors
from our gun boats In port, It was a
surprise to ecrone savo tho IIcl
glans. The Clevelnnd and Chatta
nooga boys showed up with muscles
In their arms ns bulky as tlie thighs
of any of the llelglans, and the Out
rigger boys placed their bets on those
big brnwny nruiB, but tho little llel
glans got' In and not only bent the
American tars over the long course
but turned around and challenged
them to try conclusions nil oer uguln
on the seaward course, bucking the
tremendous surf all the way out
andvngatn the Helglah.it won, hands
down. As tho winning craw leaped
out on the beach nfter the second lc
tory some one yelled out: "This Is
OUH Fourth; do thnt ugnln and we'll
declaro Belgium a republic'
There were no more enthusiastic
admirers of tho llelglans nfter the
race than the American sailor boys;
they nil ate chowder together, and
the Yankee tars declared It no dis
grace to be licked by such n little
country as Uelglum llclglum was
votod "All right."
More than fifty members of the Out
rigger club probably paddlod ii tho
events of yesterday, and tho ' races
pverc nil seen from start to finish from
tho Outrigger grounds. The starts
were mude from the -beach, nnd 'the1
races ended there. The two prettiest
rnccs were tho slx-pnddto cents nnd
the, two-paddle race out to tho big
surf and back, eight or ten canoes
starting from the beach In this lntter
race and hero was but one swumping
notwithstanding tho fact that the surf
was the highest of tho season. Ken
neth Heldford und Hunter llrown, 8r.,
won this race. They bucked tho
waves going out, the canoe seeming to
leap out of tho water at times, und
In coming In they caught n giant rol
ler that sent them shoreward at ex
press speed Nearly n dozen of these
little cockle shells nt n time dancing
on the waes afforded a plenslng
spectacle to those on shore and a
thrilling experience to some of the
pnddlers. The slx-paddle cent for
Juniors was the closely contested nf
fair of the nfternoon There weri
three entries .two of the canoes, those
cnptnlned by Ram Carter and Mars
ton Campbell, Jr., reaching the beach
on the same wate neck In neck, but
the Carter canoe ran up on the bead
while his opponent's swenod after the
bow touched the strand These crewi
will race over agnln.
The senior slx-paddle ecnt thret
entries wns won by Captain Admlra
Hvans, Arthur Brown, Oswald Ste
ens, Knwelo Ashley, William Itossa
and Arhur Myhre, und then the hoy,
went out In the small canoes to wh
the Clerk surfing cup. There was u
surf running thut Is seldom equalled
at Wulklkl. Canoo after canoe
swamped, and only Marston Camp
bell, Jr., succeeded In bringing In on,
of the canoes before a wave, but m
tho rule of the contest wai
that the cup be awarded tt
tho steercr bringing In separnti
canoes before three rollers most sue
ccssfully, und no one got beyond lilt
first canoe and (he surf was too hlg!
for further effort, tho contest wa
nguin iiostponed, so that there arc,
still two of the Clark surfing rip U
l,o contested for.
The ccnt that a'truei-M Ihu b,
c .') J was the opening f tho 0"t'lg
ger theater In tho evening by the Hoy
als Mid their complin) It w.is n
splendid show fromt;i,tu,-t..ti.viinlhi
The energetic nctor m.iu tin! inrnul
tin- lilt; lannl Into u voiitu'i'e tli-viei
wlt't scenery and foot!l;:htH nnd i mi .
for'rMi- chairs that mm' 'J km. ra'
liui.i'red, while others fiunt1 hiiiu I'Of?
room tint) The HoyuM oik-iihI m,Ii
a ir.im.tl el show nnd it'wui'r. g-od
oio. Itoyal wrote the ; tgs hinisilf,
the.: tLtre wus the vaudeville o'lo
madu uj. of thebest 'aunt la lown,
and u cr.e-oct burlequo on the Out
rigger club In which tho entire uui
P'jny toot part After the show tiieie
wis a cake walk, the l:ln, Mr and
Mrs. Iloyul know how to put on, und
then the big hall was cleared for
dancing and the rial fun be.iu.
From start to flnlnh the Outrigger
Club knows how to glut good enter
tainments, the organization stands for
clenn nmateur sport and Its mem
bers hua brought buck the Hawaiian
w nter sports to stn The Outrigger
Is more than a club, it Is nn Institu
tion, and one thnt Hawaii has reason
to be proud of
HOW THE ME C.
WOK IHE Mflll RAGE
Wins Without Time Allowance From
Kamehameha Oladys Gets Into
The Charlotte c, which won the
ilonoliilii to Knhului yacht race, was
manned b) Oeorge Ci oiler (captain),
il, Olrdler, Harry Bailey, C. Cruzler,
..ester Marks, K. Crozler, C. Olrvln,
M. Ilolte, K. Abies und l.uther Hough.
These jpuug sullois have received
he rougratulntlons of ewrjone and
'hoy )ifle every right to ho proud
if their win.
The jarhtsmeu were taken to I'm
.inene clubhouse nnd put up for the
light, A luau was given for tlono
ii hi lslturs, nnd a good time was
mil. ne Charlotte C. will sail at
I o' lock this uflernoon for llono
iiilti, nnd should make good time
lown. On the trip up George Cru
der, II. Olrdler and Harry Ualtey
ook turns ut the wheel. The Char-
otte C. kept close hi to Molokal
.ind got fairly smooth water. The
mm und (lladts stood too far out to
en, and thut mistake cost them their
hauce of winning the race.
The Charlotte C finished at 4:4!
the Kamehnniehn at 5:40:30 and the
nds at f):ri7:30. The Charlotte
'. therefore won without her time
il'owance of S3 mln. 19 sec. The
!lad)s took second place on her time
llowunce of 1 hour 41 mln, r0 sec.
nd the Kuril, which sailed from
irruteh, lind no chance.
GOOD 'IF lukM . .
LINKS ON Founm
Austin White, Playing From Scratch,
Made Clean Score De Mena and
Irwin Oot Second.
BiWVS " '4 WyJfB tifrMtP
HARD GAME New Orphcum
JAPANESE VICTORS OVER
Yesterday's Game Between the Two
Teams of Yellow Race Was a
, Victory for Visitors to Tune of
r 8 to 5.
With tho crossing of bats yesterday
of the Wnscdas and tho Chlueso Ath
Ictlc Club teams tho Immense crowd
of nationalities gathered nt tho park
inw n hnnl fought game which ended
In n scoro of eight to flc in fnxor of
tho Japanese, tenm
From the first the g.imn jcsteidaj
wns sensational and the rooters nnd
fnnB In attendance raised n racket
with their cheers that wns heard for
many blocks. As In the game on
Sundny the Japanese High Helmut had
a large contingent of organized loot
ters, but tho Chinese had n crowd of
their own hs well, and the general run
of spectators In the. grondstnnd took
active part In cheering the teams on
Wnsrda won the toss nnd went to
bat first but for four long Innings
they made no tally. I ntho fourth
they succeeded in getting three men
over the plate, nnd then In the sev
enth the balloon went up and they
scored fhe more runs.
The Chinese lenm got one oer In
the first, one In the fourth nnd three
In the neu'tith. neither sldo scoring In
the last two Innings.
From tho pitchers standpoint Wn
seda had tho hotter nf the game nH
Omura struck out tweho men to e'ght
by Apau Tim Wnsedn pitcher gae
0o bases on balls, nnd the Chuesu
ptcher soven. while Apau lilt threo
of the Jnpancso players and sent tli-m
It was n hunting game ns far ns
the lsltors were concerned nnd In
the seventh four of them made first
by this sort of tactics, and three scor
ed on bunts.
The score nnd summary;
VA8EI)A All It 1111 Sit PO A K
Mara, 2b 4 1 1 1 2 t 0
Ynmawakl, c ... r, 1 1 n 12 1 0
iscda, rf 4 i n n i n n
Matsuda. If 3 2 0 0 0 0 0
01. lb 3 2 I n 7 o n
Tohlta, cf 4 1 n 1 1 0 n
Fukahorl, 3b .... 3 0 1 0 2 0 0
Nononnirn, bb ,,4sa. 1. o2 ,2 0
Omura, n . 2 "fi" 1 0 0 5 0
WILL OPEN THURSDAY, JULY 7
CASINO MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
(Direction of Frank Blair)
Maud Rockwell Elsie Schuyler
OlgaSteck Laurel Atkins
Carlcton Chnse Harry Stewart
Harris McOuirc Harry Qarrity
And Other Favorites in Cast ,.
Scats on sale Tuesday at New Or
nheum Theater. Telephone CGO.
PRICES 25c, 50c and 75e
Saturday, July 9 '
JIM H0A0 of Honolulu vs. SOL
DIER McCOLLOUOH of Fort Shafter
WAHILANI vs. TIM TERRIEN
Ten Rounds. ,
IKE YEDLIN of U. S. S. Cleveland
vs. DENKY CROWLEY of U. S. S.
Chattanooga Six Rounds.
Tickets on sale at Fitzpatrick
Bros.' Cigar Store, Hotel nnd Fort.
Staije Seats. $2; Reserved Seats, -$1.50
and $1; General Admission, .
50c. Time called 8:15 o. m.
The threo winners of prizes at
llalelwa made a very close finish,
with scores ot 77, 78 nnd 79.
Austin White, who played from
icrntih. mude a clean score of '77,
though jesterday he mndo a 71 (32
and 39), breaking the record of the
old course tf 74, made hj Downey
omo jears ugo,
l) Mena und Irwin of Walatuu
wuii second and third. Tho day was
lerfert for golf, and there was u big
:: t: X!
DOTS AND DASHES.
The Oahu polo players got a hid
doing at the hands of thu Fifth Cnv
ilry on Saturday nt Lellehua and the
gamn onded with tho Oahu men In n
minus tiosltlnn ns regards scoro. The
Cavalry made fhe and three quarters
nnd had nit the best of tho deal,
The Hwlmmlng pool nt Puuneno will
bo much appreciated by tho employes
of tho big mill and they Intend pull
ing oft somo races thero In tho near
The Hospital Cd. defeated the Nuvy
by a score of 4 to 2 on Saturday last
at tho league grounds, and Henry
Walker helped a lot.
ltllHXJ A WAVE.
Twenty-two hundred dollars were
taken at tho Kahulul race track gates
and that amount must bo considered
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"The Two Jaoks"
Totals f.....32 8 C S 27 9 0
q..a. c " " aii mm sd po a i;
tf. Chack, rf .... 4 1 2 1 1 n h
Ell 8uo, 2b 4 2 1 1 2 2 n
t. ii, ir i n n o i n o
Aeam, 3b .7."... 4 0 112 2 0
Altlna, lb-.....". 4 0 1 0 10 0 0
Amo)J, cf 4 1 1 n 1 0 0
Tom Yen. ss ... 0 0 0 0 n 0 0
Koti Yen. ss .... 3 0 1 0 1 1 0
Ah Toon, c.... 4000800
Apau, p 31 1 0 1 C 2
Totals 34 5 8 3 27 S 2
Waseda- ttn-M .0 00300B0 0 f
V M..0 0 0 1 0 0 B 0 0 C
C A. C ! in. .1 0 0 10 0 3 0 05
U. It. .2 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 18
Summary Twobnso hits. Apau:
sacrlflco lilts, Omura; left nn bases,
Wnseda 8, C A C. B; llrst base on
orrors, Wu'eda 1, C. A. C 0; tloublo
plays. Asani to Aklua, Aklnu urns
slsled; hit by pitcher. Mntsndo, To
blta, Omiirn; struck out, by Apau 8,
Omura 12; bases on called balls, off
Apau 7, off Omura 5; umpires, Joy
nnd Chllllngwnrth; time or gnme, 1
hour nnd 53 minutes.
Tho first gnmo of tho afternoon was
between the Oahu Coltego Alumni
team and tho Portusucn tenm of the
league which resulted In a scoro nf
eleven to two In favor of tho formor,
This gamo was a ono Bided one the
Oahu team scoring In each of the
seven innings except the second nnd
fifth, while tho Portuguese tenm made
both Its tallies In the second and
drew gooso eggs In the other six In
nings. Tho score and summary
P. A. C: Ituns.,0 2 0 0 0 0 02
II. 1I..0 3 1 0 1 0 0 6
0. 0.: Huns. .302103 211
II. II. 1 0 3 3 0 4 112
Summary Two baso hits, Hampton,
Williams, Aklna, Iowroy 2; sacrifice
hits, Joseph, W. llcsha, Iloogs; left on
bases, P. A. C. 5, O. C. 11; first baso
on errors, P. A. C. 1, O. C. 2; hit by
pitcher, C. Frcltas; struck out, b)
Williams C, by Frcltas tf, by Dcponto
1; buses on called bulls, on Williams.
1, otr Freltas 5, oft Deponte 2; wild
pitch, Freltas; paused bull, Wtniio;
bnlk, iSeltas; Innings pitched, by
Freltas C, by Dcponto 1; hits, off Frol
tus 11, off IX'ixmto 1; umpires, Joy
unit Chllllngworth; time, of gamo, 1
Mrour und 30 minutes.
DOTS AND DASHES.
Honolulu Athletic Park" '
Admission 25c, 50o. and 75c.
Fort Street Below Berets ni
DESMOND SISTERS and SHERMAN
THOMPSON In Sone and Dance
J. V. OIDS0N Dancing and Sing-
Adinluion 5c, lOo.. 15c.
Comer Nunanu and Pauahl Streets
Orton & Leota
Eccentric Dancers and
Singing Comedians Q
lSi u Williams, who manages the
II. C. & S. Co. ranch Is uu enthusi
astic yachtsman and did n lot of sail
ing while in Canada, lieu Is ono of
the het cer und to lm entertained
by hint nt his cozy Puimene homo Is
u treat to bo appreciated,
Wulluku basobull nine, played Ka
hulul on Sunday aud bcut them by a
score ot C .to C. There was a big
crowd of Honolulu BjKirts nt the
grounds and the country players nero
watched closely for possible stars.
VEST-POCKET MUSICAL COMEDY
Admission 15c, 10c, 5c.
Do You Dance?
If not, wh- not! The Royal Acad
emy of Dancing holds forth every
Friday evening at the Odd Fellows'
Hall, corner Fort and King streets.
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