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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 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 wc
have a lot more strum; out between Honolulu and Read
in". Fa. There is such a demand for Reading-Standards
Hint we have to take them as wc ran cet them, and where
wc expected eight in one shipment, wc have only received
so far two in two shipments.
We carry a good assortment of Parts for the Reading-Standard.
Call 'and look at the latest, at
E. 0. HALL
. SELLS BEER IN STEINS
"A LONfl, COOL DBIHK FOR lOc."
Kin? and Nuuanu Streets DICK SULLIVAN, Proprietor
Projectors for Postcards,
Photos and other opaques.
Will project 0 to 20 feet
from 2 1-2 to 6 feet in di
ameter. Try one.
HAWAII & SOUTH
Sole Agents for Hawaii
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Agent for '
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Franoisoo
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(GRINNEIX AUTOMATIC SPRINKLE)
Nemnan Clook Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
PROBABLY you are one
who prefers the best
meats. We are here to
fill your order.
W. P. HEILBRON, Proprietor
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock
I02H Nmmnn St
& SON, LTD.
SEAS OURIO CO;
I . t tta
TO SAN PEDRO
DETAILS OF REPRESENTATIVE
OF HAWAII ON TRIP UP
Plenty of Wind for a While Calms
at iimej btgntea American-;
Hawaiian iteamer Yacht Did
HONOLULU TO SAN' 1'HDIIO.
LOO OK YACHT HAWAII.
Mnv 31 Left Honolulu at 2:30
in., with fresh NH. wind. After!
clearing hnrhnr, wind fell light;
con r re, SV. 4 p. m. Came nliout;
course, VNV., to clear Ilarber's
Point. 0;lo p, m. llnrber'H 1'iilnt
light bears NK. by N. mag. 1 mile.
7 p. .in. SUM holding light breeze.
8: Oil iRtU'iin Point boars BNI3. mag.
one-half inl.e. fmm which position 1
take my departure; course, N'NW.
10 p. m. Moderate seu, fresh NK.
wli.d. 12 midnight Wind Ni:
modernte sea; everybody happy.
June t. C a. m. Moderate sea.
fresh NK. wind; course, NNW.; set
No. 1 Jlbtupsall. 12 noon Wind
fresh NK., choppy sea; lat. 23 deg.
21 mln. 39 sec. N.; long, llu deg
45 mln. 57 pec. W.; bar. 30-20; ins
tance, 105 miles. 4 p. m. Fresh
NK. wind, choppy sea; yacht logging
7.5 to 8.5 Knots, closo hauled. 12
midnight Sen still lumpy, with
fresh NK. breete; course, NNW.
June 2.-J-4 a. m. WlndTias haul,
ed a little to eastward, allowing us
to tad N, by 1?. 5 n, m. Wind
has hauled hack In NK. 10 u, m.
Wind NK. light, sea moderating. 12
noon Ueautlful clear day, smooth
sea, wind light NK.; Int. 2C deg. 10
mln. 14 sec. N.; long. 158 deg. 40
mln. 18 to:. W.; bar. 30-24; dls
tunce, 165 miles. 4 p. m. Light
wind from NK.; choppy sea, 8 p, in.
Rain squalU with light winds; up
to this time wo havo been unable to
niako any casting. Midnight Italn
squalls, with light winds.
Juue 3. G a. in. to noon Wind
light NK,; moderate sea. 12 Noon
Lat. 28 deg. 1C mln. 24 sec. N.;
long. 159 deg. 39 mln. 30 sec. W.;
bar. 30-30; distance, 140 miles. 2
p. m. Took In No. 1 Jlbtopsall and
set No. 2 Jlbtopsall; wind light, with
long swell; logglt.g G knots; course,
N. by W. 8 p. in. Wind has fresh
ened a little. 12 midnight Wind
has dropped to almost a calm.
June 4. 8 . m, Wind very
light; sen smooth, with lorn; swell
from NK. 12 noon liar. 30-39;
lot. 30 deg. 02 mln. 33 sec. N.; long.
1G0 deg. 00 mill. 00 sec. W. 2 p. m.
Wind has hauled to eastward, but
verydlRht; course, NNK. 4 p. m.
Just wlndvnough to give us steer
age way. 8 p. m. Wind freshen
ing. 8:30 p. m. Tank In No. 2 Jib.
topsail and set No. 1 Jlbtopsall, 12
midnight Wind has dropped to a
gentle' breeze, with smooth sea.
Juno 5. 8 a. in. Wind light, sea
smooth. 12 noon Lat. 31 deg. 4
mln. 01 sec. N.; long. 169 deg, 04
mln. 30 sec. W.; bar, 30-43. G p. m.
Wind very light, smooth sea; log
ging about 5 knots. 12 midnight
Wind light, sea smooth.
June G, 5 a, m, Wind still very
light, with smooth sea. Took In No,
1 Jlbtopsall and set Nn. 2 Jlbtopsall
and malntopsall. 8 a. m. Sky
overcast; no a. m. sight; almost a
culm; Just steerage way, 12 noon
Sky clear, smooth sea; wind still
very light; bar. 30-44; theo. 72;
lat, 33 deg. 07 iniu. 35 sec. N.; long.
We think we can do itwe suit most people because
That's why it's up to you to try us. You'll like our bar
"It's The Fashion"
Hotel near Fort
t: u u :t u t: t: n ,
I! COMING EVENT8. tt
t: Secretaries and" mnnagers of ill
tt nlliktlc clubs nro InUtcd to Bend tt'
tl In the Oaten of any cveiiM which IS
tt they may ho grttlng up, for In tt(
tt rertlon under tlio nlmvo head, tt'
ti Addrt'si nil communication to it I
it thu Sporting Kdltor, I) til I e 1 1 n. it!
it IURKI1ALL.. it
lit International Oamet.
ti July 10. Wnsedn t. J. A. C. ti
it Oahu League Serlei. til
ii July 10. Marines vh. C. A C. ti'
it Oahu Junior. ii
it Jnlv 10 Arabia VH. Mil Hocks.
juiy in. I'aiinm vs. A. c. Jr. tt
tt Plantation League. it
lit July in Walpahn . Wnlnnae. tt
ii Military Leaaue. ti
i jy m.-Marines vs. Il.mnllal Co. tt
tt Jul) !. N. (1. II. vs. Marines. jt'cliampioniililp ngni lias been uccicieu,
ti July 9. Kort Shaftcr s, Kort tt'local people ran lurn their attention
it linger. tt
it Qolf, s: I
tt July 17. Medal Ilay, Honolulu tt
tt (Inlf Club. tljlhat should draw a big crowd ot
ti July 31. Novelty Tournament ti sports.
it July ! -Match.
tt July i: O. Hall Cup.
tt Sept. Wull Cup.
it July 10 Ileckley Cup.
tt Transpacific Yacht Race.
ii .Inly 9 Start from San I'edro.
tt August Season Opens.
15S deg. 03 mln. 15 sec. W. G p. m.
Sk has been overcast all the aft-;
eincon, with tery light wind ana
smooth sea. 12 midnight Wind r.
light, mnoolh sen.
June 7. G u. m. Wind has
dropped to nlmoxt a :alm. 10 n. m.
Wind has hauled to BK. light; set
ratfee, balloon Jib and fisherman's
stiiysuU. 12 noon liar. 30-12; theo
7C; lat. 34 deg. 32 mln. ol cc. N.;
long. 157 deg, 01 mtu.15 sec. W. 4
p. in. Wind still light frdni SIT.,
with smooth sen. 12 midnight
Same as 4 p. in.
June 8. G ii. in, Carried all light
sails throughout thu night, with llgm
Si:, wind and smooth sea. l'noon
liar, 304G; lat. 35 deg. 40. mln.
00 sec. N.; long. 154 deg. 40 mln.
45 sec. W.: wind still from SK., hut
very light; smooth sea. G p. in.
Almost a cnlm. 8 p. in. Took ill
balloon Jib uiid fisherman's staysail,
as wind hauled dead aft, and very
light. 12 midnight Still drifting
June 9. 4 n. in Sky overcast,
with wind SW.; hoping for a change
of wind today. G a, in, Wind
freshening; set No. 2 Jlbtopsall and
nsberinau's staysail; wind has haul
ed to westward. 8:40 a. m. Jibed
over to port tuck; smooth ea. 9 a.
m. Italn squalls; wind hauled to
north and fresh; took in all light
sails; too cloudy for morning sight
12 noon liar. 30-42; then. Gfl; wind
hauling to NNK.; noon sight- i.ot
good; lat. 35 deg. 54 mill. 40 see
N.; long, 152 deg. 05 mln. 00 sec.
W ; 12 midnight Wind fresli NK..
moderate sea, weather cold.
June 10. 4 a. m. Wind Is get.
ting lighter; set fore dud maintop
Balls; course, ,11. 3-4 S. 8 a. in.
Looks ns though wo would have to
I stand north ngalu, as wind' is lieud
Ing us. 12 noon liar. 30-43; theo.
G8; sky overcast; lat. 35 deg, UK
mln. 51 sec, N.; long. 149 deg. 24
mln. 09 Bee. W. 6 p. m. Wind has
been heading us all day, so came
about on starboard tuck and now
standing N. by V.; sea choppy, wind
NE. light. 12 midnight Still stand
ing N. by W.; wind light, with
June 11. G a. m. Set balloon Jib
(Continued on Pace 10.)
McFADDEN'S SHOW WILL
BE AT ALOHA PARK
Jim Hoao Will Meet Soldier McCol-
lough and uood name u ex
pected Two Preliminaries to
Now thqt the gieat heavyweight
'" 'Honolulu boxing contests, ntul
next Saturday night there will be (i
program pulled off nt the Aloha Park
it I Jack Mcnulden has a good lot of
it men to enter the ring on Saturday
it night, nnd the main eenl, between
ttlJIm Hoao and Soldier McCollough,
should be n stirring go, which wll
work the spectators up to a state of
ex itement. Hoau will be going up
against the best man he has so far
met in his brief career, and It will
be Interesting to nee how he will per-
f oi m against the Iroiiman from Kort
McCollough Is well known to
eeronc. ui.d Is noted for his abll-
Hy to take punishment. He' has
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has been cry auceessful so far. His
toughest contests In the past have
been with Wahllanl, mid In the llrst
couplo of encounters there was not
much to choose belween'the pair.
The last time the men met nt the
skating rink, McCollough beat Wa
Iil'nnl easily, and it was seen that
the latter had not much chance with
J lie smiling Mac, who, although very
tired himself at one stage, lino
enough left In him to defeat the
II o.io li ii beginner at the game, but
so far has beaten the men put up,
ugulust li I us. He Is very like what
Wahllanl was when nt his best, and
ho Is u tiger for punishment. Mc
Collough will lime to bo In the best
ot condition In ordjr to win, and If
Hoao lands a few wallops in the
earlier stugn of the game, It Is hard
to nay how things will go,
Wahlluul and Terrlen will have a
ton-round go also, and as the latter
was beaten by Hoao, who learned all
he knows f.O'n Wahllanl, an Interest,
lug fight should eventuate
The other bout will be between
Ike Yedllu of the U. S. S. Cleveland
and Denny Crowley of the U. S. B,
Chattanooga, and tlio sailors should
put up a real lively scrap. The
meU'Of-warsman will be present In
forqe to cher for their respective
ihiimplous, and tlio scene should bv
nn animated one when the Juckles
step Into the ring. ,
Tickets for the show are on sale
at Kltzpatrlck's cigar store, nod they
are going off fast. The Alohn Park
should be crowded when the signal Is
ghen for the first bout to (ommenco.
A bunch of native from New Zea
land, who have been over In the
United States giving Maori war
dunce shows, tackled a team of Cali
fornia Ilugby footballers on June 2ti
and got the licking they deserved.
The scare was 8 to nil, and Hie al
leged "New Zealand team" had no
chnnco at all.
Company D was defeated by Com
pany A jesterday afternoon at Camp
Very. The storo was 8 to I.
"The Two Jacks'
HONOLULU SHOULD BE
ABLE TO DO AS WELL
Oahu, Hawaii and Maui May Have
a Racing- Circuit Mo Reason
Why Horse Racing Should Not
Anone who nt tended the Maul
races mid saw the cIum of sport put
up by the people of the Valley Isle
must hnc come nway wondering how
It Is that Honolulu, with such a large
population and with n splendid track
at Knplolaul Park, ran not do any
thing In the horse racing line Kery
year the Honolulu sports hae to go
away from home, and the capital In
as dull as ditch water In the way or
races on July 4 and New Year's Day
There In some talk of entablish
Ing n triangular series of ruccn to
take place "tin Oahu, Maul and Ha
waii. Such a scheme would appeal
to many people, nnd men who nt
prerent can not afford to keep horses
would. If assured of four meets a
J car, kooii start up stahles. At pres
ent It Is only possible for two or
tb nn men to attempt to take part
In the racing game here, ns the meets
nro ao few and fur between.
If a Hawaiian Jockey Club were
started up, and the proper men put
nt the head of affulrs, the game
should revhe quickly on Oahu. There
is nothing to stop the sport being
clean If the olllclnls lire on to
game ai.d determined from the til si
to rule off nnxoiie 'who does any
Tho Maul ruces were really good.
and although the truck Is a small
one, there were no accidents to mar
the day. .Some of the officials were
a (rifle new to the game, but tho
did their bi'st, and that was good
enough. The port wan clean, nnd
although BOine people Insinuated that
Telephone Tei.)ii should have beat
en Aldlon In the thirteenth race, li
was palpublo after the Mulsh Hint
Teleph'ono Tenyu had n bud leg and
was broken down. That some people
were wine to the far-rhefore'the'race
was proved by the wuy, they bucked
Should" racing ba reestablished on
Oahu there should lie some good
spoil keen, nnd with Maul and llu
wull also In the circuit, the fun
should be great, llitwull went strong
for a long'tlmc In die' ruling line,
but It became too much ot a one
man concern after a while, and one
meeting, that was particularly noted
for some strong arm business, wiped
the sport out for u white.
With straight men at the head of
affairs, and competent stewards who
will watch e ery race, thefe should
not be urn tumble as regards keep
ing the rpn t dean, and the people
of Honolulu should be able" to see a
good du's sport without having to
travel miles by steamer.
ti ti it
IK WEIL IS BACK
IN HONOLULU ACALN
Would Like Match With Pat Cornyn
jack Looks well and In Good
Juck Cnrdell, the well-known box.
er, who fought Dick Sullivan three
times In Honolulu last )enr, blow ln
to town this morning on the I.ur
llne. Jack looks well and Is feeling
good. He Is Itching for n scrap and
Is willing to take on all comers nt
his weight. Jack sajs that at u
pinch he can make 148 pounds and
at that weight cun box strong.
"Thu tight game In down and out
In San Francisco ut present," said
Cordell this morning. "The stopping
of the big light was n knockout blow
to the sport, and the four.round
matches are worth nothlngi"
In unswer to a question, Cordell
said that he would like to have n go
nt I'at Cornyn ngalu. "He Is a husky
fellow nnd good with the gloes,'
remarked .Inck, "and I fought him n
draw n few months ugo I would
certainly like to have n go ut him in
It may ho nrrunged Hint Put comes
hack and engnges Cordell, and such
n show shuuld draw n big crowd.
Cordell was a grent favorite In Ho
iiolulu last ear, nnd he Is going
llie rounds removing his friendships
today. It l to he hoi . that a match
with komeone be arranged, and that
the Honolulu sports may have the
pleasuro of seeing Juck In harness
tt n a
llob Kitzslnimons, who so loudly
announced his theory that Johnson
would run out of the ring when he
saw Jeffries face him, niUBt feel a bit
crushed now that he has seen John,
sou beat the1 life out ot the old
(Additional Sports on Page 10.)
WILL OPEN THURSDAY, JULY. 7"
CASINO MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
(Direction of Frank Blair)
Maud Rockwell Elsie Schuyler
OlgaSteck ' Laurel Atkins
Carlclon Chase Harry Stefc art
Harris McOuire Harry Garrity
And Other Favorites in Cast
Scats on sale Tuesday nt New Or-
nheum Theater. Telephone CG0.
PRICES 25c, 50o and 75o
Saturday, July 9
JIM HOAO of Honolulu vs. SOL
DIER McCOLLOUGH of Fort Shatter
WAHILAHI vs. TIM TERRIEN
IKE YEDLIN of U. S. S. Cleveland'
vs. DENNY CROWLEY of U. S. S.
Chattanooga Six Rounds.
Tickets on sale at Fitzpatrick
Bros.' Cigar Store, Hotel and Fort.
&tn(te beats. $' Heserved Scats,
$1.50 and $1; General Admission,
50c. Time called 8:15 u. in.
Honolulu Athletic Park
Admission 25c, 50o. and 75o. , '
Fort Street Below Berettnia
DESMOND SISTERS and SHERMAN
THOMPSON In Sontj nnd Dance
J. V. GIBSON Dancing- and Sing--
Admission... 5c, 10c., 15c.
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
Orton & Leota
Eccentric Dancers and '
VEST-FOCKET MUSICAL C0MEDYV-
Admission 15c, 10a, Do.
Do You Dance?
If not, wh- nott The Royal Acad-"
emy of Dancing holds forth every,''
Friday evening at the Odd Fellows' '
Hall, corner Fort and King streets.',.