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t I EVENING UULLKT1N, HONOLULU, T. II , SATURDAY. JULY 30, 1910. , T " " ' "' 9 ")I
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WINIS AND LIQUORS
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONN0ISSEUP.8
We deliver to oil parts of the city twice dally.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
, WE GUARANTEE OUB GOODR
C. A. C.S AGAIN
DECIDING STRUGGLE EXCITES
MUCH INTEREST AMONG FANS
Tomorrow Afternoon the Teams Will
Meet Again on Athletic Park
Diamond Good Game Expected.
Tomorrow uflurnoon at thu Ath
letic I'ark, tlio Wiisedn 'arnit) bnso
ball nine will no up ugnliist th)
Chlncso Athletics onco more, nnil
much Interest Is being Inknn in thu
hlnl mcetliiK of the two teiinin. The
fliBt time they met was on July 4,
when the vlultors had only Just got
off thu tft earner 'that brought them
,'icm Japan. The gamo uttrncted n
huge ciowd, and the Wasedas won
by a scoie of 8 to 5. The Chinese
ptuyed with Imril luck and hou d
have done better than they did.
On the second occasion of their
meeting, the Chlncso were victorious
by n score of 9 to S, and the first
defeat was considered to be wlpoj
out. The scote on that day was
larger tlinn ou thu first one, iin.l
.he fa t that the .Chinese piled u;i
nine tuns whereas the Wnsedaa had
only accumulated eight both to live
made the C. A. C. funs feel good.
Now tomorrow the third meeting
cf the teams will take place and .1
great struggle should tnl.c place.
Neither nlno will admit that, the
J ulher lWltTnf5s ji clini:cu.-.aud, the
rans are Konig 10 uo ircaieu 10 u
stirring game that will keep thuni up
on their toes all the time.
Tho Chinese Athletic have
strengthened their team by the ad
dition of some of their men who
have been away on the. other Islands,1
and the nlno looks mora like tho
real C A. C bunch that played such
good ball last season.
Tho Wasedas' have keen practising
a lot lately, and are considered to
be In the best possible condition now.
They have Improved a lot in their
gamo, and If some of the men could
only hit more, the team would bo
a strong one. 01 may pit Ii tomor
row, although his best position
would appear to be at first. He ha
tho holght to pull down high ones
and he can reach out qud take a ball
with the best of the local players.
Thl j n tier noon the WasodaB will
go up against the Oahu College
Alumni, and as tlio exrstu(Ieiits vare
the only men that have vfpq.at their
first attempt from ' the .Japanese,
much interest is being taken mthel
.Ml I ' .f
' An All-Oahu League team, beat.the
'Japanese the first' gffoglayei bull
tlral Was not in' th&-?Eular scrips.
Ttf'lho botul College Aljimnl must
usegiven me creuu ui unving wipvu
the WusedtiB out at tllfc first attempt.
However, It tbok seventeen Innings
to do the trick, and It was almost
dark before the end came.
The first gamo thtB, afternoon will
be between the J, A, C. and Marine
nines, and it will ?erve as a good
Introduction to the big battle of thu
day. The first game starts nt half
past one o'clock, and the socond at,
3:30. lly that tlmo thero should
bo n big crowd present ut the Ath-J
Secretaries and managers of
athletic clubs are Invited to send
In thd dates of (any events which
tbey may bo getting up, for In
sertion under the above head.
Address all communications to
the Sporting Keillor, Uu lie tin.
July 31. P. A
July 3l.-iC. A.
July 31. Asahls
July 30. O. C. Almnnl vg, Wa
Oahu Lea jue Scries.
July 30. J. A. : vs Marines,
2 vs. J. A. C.
Z vs. Wnreda
July 31. Mu Hocks vs. C. A. C.
July 3L Noel! Tournament
August 21. Fo rsome. Country
August i:. O. Hull Cup.
August 1. Wall Cup.
AtiKiiit 13 Maul h. Honolulu
July 30 Cordell vs Cornyn.
August 10. Kauul Fifth Cav
August 13 Oahu vs Kauai.
August 3. Y. M, C A. s Fort
it tt tt ti n n n t u tt n tt tt uti
DOTS AND DASHES.
The Wasedas have won six guinea
ajidilosU seven to1Jlr'.-The record
up to"datn is us follows: ,
Won July 1, Wasedas 8, Chlueia
S; July 9, Wuiedas C, Murine 1;
July 10, Wuscdas 3, Portuguese -'(18
Innings); July 12, Wandas 1.
Navy 0 (13 innings): July M, -Wa-bedas
1. Military 0; July IM, Wase
das 1, 1'ortugUPBe 0.
I.ott July 3, All-Oahu C, Wasedas
3; July 1G, Oahu Alumni 1, Wasedas
0(1? Innings); July 17, Chinese 9,
Wasedas G; Jtil 18, Navy 1, Wase
das 0 (13 Innings); July 21, Mili
tary 6, Watedus C; July 23, Marines
E, Wabcdas 3; July 27, AllMI'.ltarj
4, Wasedou 0.
Kd. Madleuii, who will box Sar
-on I tonight, hails from San Fran
ctrco and Is a handy man with tho
An old Colma enthusiast will be
at the ringside tonight, and Padd
Ryan, who once ran training quar
ters7 there, w)l no doubt remember.
Merrill, the man who used to ban-.
flirt nil fltm (.ntna nut nf nntii
T1W: tennUrnsnxat OltahiVe'at'
last-'roi'a Jennts.c,urt fixed- up,'1 and
Frar'irIn.tha't Ule-.ff:t'Vas, cir
rloll ou,'t".A fine court ha. been built,
and from now on the emplojes of
tho plantation will have something
to do on Bundays. besides loaf nround
BBr-"Fnr Bnlr" card M flullMln.
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LWATIVE DROMO-QUININE. re
moves the cause. Used tho. world over
to cure a cold in one day. E. W.
GROVE'S signature on each box. Made
I'UUS MBUIC1NB CO. S.I-U Loub. U. 8. A.
CORDELL AND CORNYN WILL
BOX A FIFTEEN-ROUND GO
Both Men 'in Ex.cllent Condition and
Eager for Fray Two Good Pre
This evening at the Aloha Park,
the -lovers of, the noble art will be
treated to some boxing that should
btlr tho red blood In their veins, No
less than three bouts will be pulled
off, and the goods promised will be
delivered by Promoter Twoomey.
Jack Cordell and Pat Cornyn will
provide the main attraction, and an
Interesting fifteen-round go is look
ed forward to Cordell has been seen
111 action heie several times and his
fights with Dick Sullivan will not bo
forgotten by those who saw thoni
Jack has put In hard work In antici
pation of the match with Cornyu,
nml feels as chirpy as possible. He
has taken off a little weight and
looks very lit nt present.
It Is hard to sum up the chances
of tho coutcst, as Cornyn Is practi
cally unkuown here, and except for
an alleged fight with Nelson, has not
been seen In action. Pat, howeer, '
has done tome boxing with brother
Dick, mid those who have semi tho
pair at work consider that Pat Is n
gcod'tuait with a wallop and one who
can stand a lot o( punishment.
The men will fight from the first
tap of the gong, and the go might
end In the first round. It is to be
hoped that It docs not, as thi) fans
like to see something for their
money, but the way Cordell and
Cornyn will pass out the stoush to
night might ac ount tor anything,
und a lleice Bcrap Is anticipated
Mike Paton will referee the main
event, and he Is too well known to
.. .... I.h..m. I.n till.. 11 ..AH-'
liecu uuy iuiiuuuluuu, win. vw..-
sldered to be one of the best referees
In the country, and his decision will
turoly be In favor of the real win
There will be two prellmlnar'en.
and the one between llugler Sarcont
and Madison will be a good go. Mad
ison was taught to box by Jack Cor
dell, and Is a good man with the
mitts. He and the Ilugler should
have a very Interesting argument
.whle it lasts. Onctf tti Camp va.ry
man gets a poke' on tne nose pe win
wakd up 'aud-start In to do til(l
to the..jvJiltoT. .
, tn unknowns' will alsQ box tour
round. "and11 they should' pttrld
'some good sport. Larry Twpojaif
has looked around, and has secured
tho services of two young fellowaj
who wish to make a first appearance!
In the lo:al ring. Tho pair wlllj
fight from the start to finish, and,
the spectators should get more than,
ihKlr monev's worth during the
Did you ever notice how the taint
gets off money when you luy your
own hands on It?
A new guard at Sing Sing prison
ansners to tho name of Drumm. Can
you beat that? 8chnectady Union.
Grand Ball Given In Honor of Vis
itors Smoker on Monday and
Luau on Tuesday.
Tonight at the Moai.a Hotel the
visiting yachtsmen will be tendered
a grand ball that should ccllpso any
thing In the line that libs been seeu
In Honolulu for oars. Owr six
hundred Invitations hae been sent
out, and the society people of the
town will turn out in force.
Tho -tuchtsmeu took It easy es
tcrday, and nil of them are lajlng
up strength for tunlght's battle uu!
the waxed floor of the Moaun. The
function promises tu bo the best
ever, and nothing has been left un
done that could In an) way (onduco
to the pleasure of the evening.
The visitors enJoed tho run down
to Oahu plantation on Thursday very
much, and they took tho greatest in
terest In thu workings of the bin
mill. The party that stajed In town
took In the beach nt Wulklkl an I
had a good tlmo In tho breakers
Harry It) croft of tno Hawaii Yach
Club has charge of the nrrnngementt.
for the ball tonight, and he has cer
tnlnly seen to It that eeiythlng Is
Tomorrow the )achtsmen will roU
and then on Monday evening the
Myrtle smoke concert will be at
tended. On Tucisday evening the
big luau at-d presentation of prltes
will tn-e Pi" and the visitors will
have a great time.
POLO dAME TOb'ftY
Fighting Fh.i and Oahu Will Try
Conclusions Good Game for
Deciding Match. .
This afternoon at Lcllehua there
will bo a polo match between thu
Oahu team and the Fifth- Cavalry,
and It promises to bo the real thin,;
In the sporting Hue. This will be
the last preliminary game bctoro the
regular Inter-Island scries start up,
and much Interest is being taken in
Tho Oahu team will play the sara?
men !' nst time, and as both teams
hnvc won one game each, this de"
elding struggle will bo a grcnt ote
for sure. The Cavalry have betn
practising hard and tho players aie
In the best, of form. It would sur
prise nobody If the gallant Fifth
were to hold their Own with (he I Ik
uolulu nieu to lay.
A Montana geyser Is spouting Ice
cold water.. Only a lemon grove and
st sugar refinery near by are nseded
to make that spot an ideal picnic
ground. Albany Journal.
(Phone for Good Seats, GC0)
Another B.'g Hit by
CASINO MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
Wrong Mr. Smith
"THE WR0N0 MR. SMITH"
The Funniest of Them All I
Twelve Bit; Sone Hits I
I Pretty Chorus Numbers!
SPECIAL MATINEE. SATURDAY
Anv Seat in thu Wmitiv o.lr.
Monday, "Tuesday, Wednesday
August 1, 2, 3
Order Seats Now
PRICES 25c. 50e and 75o
Honolulu Athletic Park'
SATURDAY, JULY 30: .
J. A. C. vs. U. S. M. C.
0. C. ALUMNI vs. WASEDA '
SUNDAY, JULY 31: -,
P. A. C. vi. J. A. C.
C. A. C. vs. WASEDA
Admission. ..25c.. 50c. and 78o.
"How do you tell bad eggs?" I
asked my landlady. "I never tnld nny,"
quoth she, "but It I bad anything to
tell a bad egg I'd break it gently."
Servant (who has been sent to i-hns-Use
it stray cat for stalking thickens)
I couldn't ciibsh lm mum for
the nearer I got to 'cm tho further
'e got away. Punch.
POSITIVELY TONIGHT 1
Wonderful Troupe of Performing
Dogs and Monkeys
Special Ladie' ud Children's Mat
inee, Sainrday, 2:15. AdmksloB, 10c.
THE MABVEL0UB TILES
Balances Mattresses, Casks, Tapune
Latest Moving Pictures
PRICES lOaand 15s
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
CORNER BERETANIA AND RICHARDS STREETS P. 0. BOX 440
Open From 8 A. M. to 7 P. M., Except Sunday
All kinds of Electrio Light Baths (blue, red, white and violet),
Steam Baths; Turkish, Russian, Pine Needle, Nauheim. Carbonic, Acid,
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ON ,A DAY
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better work fpr a cool, -refresh-'
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ri it " '
.Two; Jacks i.i,
Hotel near Fort
Saturday, July 30
PAT CORNYN of San Francisco
Fifteen Rounds Fifteen
Championship of Hawaii
BUGLER SARC0NI vs. ED MADISON
Camp Very San Francisco
MISS ETHEL MAY Soprano Soloist
GEORGE GARDNER America's Fa-
I vorite Irish Dialect Comedian
The Great, CR0TT0NS Marvels of
DYS0 World's Great Ventriloquist
AND MOTION PICTURES
Admission 5c, 10c, 15o
in .the city
Admission 15c. lOo.. 5o.
Time Called Eight-Thirty ,
PRICES Ringside, $3; Reserved
Seats, $2 and $1; General Admission,
Tickets at Fitrpatrick Bros., Hotel
and Fort Streets.
-DAVIT ininnrv nw ntvrntwn TB
Will hold its first quarterly dance on
THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 4,
at 8 o'clock. Odd Fellows' HaD,
GOOD MUSIC AND A O00D TIME j
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