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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 03, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
1 A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique in iti
assemblance of iheer walls of great height, imposing peaki,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Traffic Manager. Y. V. R R.. Merced, Cal.
Fresh Columbia River
Crystal Springs Butter
W. F. HEDLBRON, Proprietor
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
WINES AND LIQUORS
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
Wc deliver to all parts of the city twice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS
REAL HAWAIIAN FAREWELL
TO TRANSPACIFIC YACHTSMEN
Last night nt the Seaside Hole1
Hie final offering of hospitality wti
mniln to the trniiB rn.'KIi! yachtsmen
mid the scone when nver line linn
dred' nml fifty men sat down to the
limn wus a tttlrrliiK one. Tho out
door (lining room of tho Seaside liuil
lieen transformed Into a verltnlile
fairy bower, nnil ferns, flowers an.!
Mugs lent nn air of enchantment to
All the nft or noon Will Mclnerny
.mil a bevy of young ladles hud la
hoi cd to decorate. ,thn dining hall
nut the lecnlt wan a triumph. Ileun
(Iful leln wore left 011 eaeht chair so
that the guests anil their hoists could
decorate themselves us soon as the)
The tables wero tet In n half moon.
and In tho renter wero the crews
of the yachts, Prince Cupid and Com.
modore Jaeger of tho Hawaii Yacht
Club. Scattered aiound tho rest of
the room wero ull the sailing men ot
Honolulu and their friends.
The luau was of the real Hewallan
type, and the efforts of the niallhlnL
o lift pol with their fingers cuitset
Home amusement uniting the oldtltn
ere. The feast- was perfect, ami
every delicacy that ould be though'
of was la bo seen on the tallies. Tim
tallies themselves weio decorated
with ferns and green leaves ai.d pre
sented a pretty sight,
Ernest K a a I'll orchestra was on
hand ami during the progress of (In.
luau plsjed some Hawaiian airs thai
jailed for much'opplause, The musji.
was of the teal haunting, sweet va
riety, and It' evidently affected the
Aiier many toasts liau been nqiUled
fully In the trans-Pacific race " WIM
cheers greeted these remarks, and
then Captain Wilder responded In a
"Last time we gathered here," he
s.ild, "we were loneis, and the cur
went to Commodore Sinclair, wh.
won the ra e. This time we are thi
wlnneis, and I ant glad It Is so, Credl;
mimt, however, be given to the othe.
two yachts, which practically raine
to the stat ting line at Han Pedro
untried nnd unknown. The Sweet
heart, although not a new boat a
fur ns hull went, was, neerthee8
an unknown o,unntlty as a caller. Sh
had been changed from n power boat
to n yacht, al.d It was not known
how she would perform. ocr the long
"The Molll'ou was straight from
the building ) arils, and she was nlsu
untried and new. To the men who
brought tho.o two ya'hls down must
he given a lot of ciedlt, und the way
they treated ns while 011 the Coast
will ueur bo forgotten b) those who
enjoyed the glorious hospitality or
the malnlanders." These remarks of
WlldeVs wet a punctuated with
cheert. and when the captain of the
Hawaii sat down there wbb another
Frank Thompson then again got
to hln feet and after another' speech
presented the second trophy to Com
modoro Smith of the Sweetheart.
"There are some people who say that
when Captain Cook cam to these Is
lands llrBt we dined on blin. Sin e
then things lime chatged a lot, and
now on are dining on ub, 1 now
have pleasmc.ln presenting t Com
modore Smith this beautiful 011I11.
H it Si a tt a n n a t: n n n :i u it
it COMINQ EVCHTO. it
ii Secretaries and managers ot ii
ii athletic clubs are Invited to ncud it
it In tho dates of any events which ii
3 they may bo getting up, for In ii
it sertion under the nbovo head, ii
ii Address all communications to U
ti the Sporting Kdltor, I) 11 1 lot In. it
it Oahu League Serlss, ti
!t August ?. C. A. C. vs. Marines, ii
ti August 7. P. A. C. vs. Waseda. ii
tt Oahu Juniors. ti
tt August ". C. A. C. .Irs. vs. Pa- it
ii lamas. ii
tt August 7. Mil Hocks vs Asahls. Si
ii Golf. :i
ti August 21. Foursome, Country it
:t club. ii
Si August C. Match.
;t August K. O. Hall Cup.
U August 1. Wall Cup.
ti August 13 Maul vs. Honolulu,
St August 10. Kauai vs. Fifth Cav-
tt August 13. Oahu vs. Kauai.
SS August 3. Y. M. C A. vs. Fort Si
K Shaft cr. ti
s tt ss si tt tt ss tt ss ss ss u tt tt it tt n
(Dione (or Qood Seats, G60)
LAST FOUR NIOHTS OF
OAMES START NEXT CASINO MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
SATURDAY WEEK in
Short Series Arranged to Start When
Wasedaj Are Finished Much
Interest Taken in Scheme.
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,..l lnnl.l ...,. .. r... "". """ 1 I""'! .....
:::";:" .,."' .1r. un. and I do m hope that mav
HMiiVf-i. ...... " . . . .1 unln w-'0 tUB captain of the 8wee
,1(11 MII.II.CIIIJ, ill! WiiH iu IlliinU llll
first speech of the evening. Mc
lnerny noon get Into his sttlde and
began to tell all about the origin
of tho trans-Pacific race. He waxed
eloquent over the doings of Captain
Wilder and the crew at the Hawaii,
and every remark was a signal for
-heers which siioolc tho rafters. II
wound up by saying that the tlmo
had now come to present the trophies
to the yachtsmen, and called upon
Frank Thompson to perform the duty
Presentation of Trophies,
Tho genial Frank was cheered to
tho echo when he roso In say n few
words and hand the beautiful cala
bashes over to tho captains of the
jachts that tenk part in the trans-
"Will Mclnerny has used every
word I had stored up to say, and 1
think It hard luck to have to follow
him In the speech-making line. When
I look around this room, I see that
you nil have everything except wa
ter; you had enough of that on tho
voyage down from San Pedro."
Thompson's speech was a master
piece, and he kept tho gathering
laughing nil the time. His nnal re
marks, as ho presented the first prlzo
to Captuln Wilder, were couched Jut
rimllh arose again und added a few
lem.irlis ubout the third yacht In the
race. "Theie were three yachts In
the race, und I feel that I should
take off my hat to Commodore Wnid
of the Mollllou.'Captalu Wilder' said
that we had a new boat, but that
wus nothing compared to the Molll
lou, whl h camo straight from the
builder to the starting line of the
trans-Pacific race, and then crossed
the Pacific under cruising canvas.
The best boat won the race, and thi
was handled In tho best possible
ktylo by Captain Wilder. We wew
.ill glad tho race ended ns It did und
no one begrudged tho llnwall her
Frank Thompson again took thrt
l,o... I., ll.la .....I Ml .,.n,a f.ihiru UCCk UI1U 116 IiriMIVHiru UIB HUTU I" -"
,Iaie ., for the race to Will Mclnerny, who
. , undertook to give It to the captain of
Commodore Smith Speaks. the Monau for his two llttlo girls.
lummouure oiimi iuok m "" ....... , () ,a wn ,,,
tr trat ltiulnt win luif impA It a ntnrt
ml he ,11.1 e,,o.t work. He first of "Scainni." llnsaril then made a few,
nil refened to the great hospitality remark- and caused some amusement
that had been extended to tho main- ' prinluclng the sole survivor o tr,.
land yachtsmen during their stay In """ r rl kens which had star
Honolulu. "A new word will have "'I ""' W " ' 8wcoN
to be coined nnd put iu the English lleaft
liptlnnnrr." s.il.l Smith, "for the Mclnerny announced thnt 81
word whi.h Is at present used doci Thomas Upton, tho world-famous
not nearly cover the situation ns re- yachtsman, had donated n cup for
gards the way we hao been treated trnns-Pnclfic races. This news wa
In Hawaii. I did not think that biic! greeted with much npplause. and
treatment was posslb'e, but 1 havi then Prince Cuphl got up and modi
learned all about It now. I feel that n fow remarks, and tried to explain
,i... ,r.,..u.i.w.in,. mr.. n-o i.rlm-l iii linw lie had left a "Sweetheart" In
us together more than We wcie he mid Pacific.
fore, and as for the great event, I The evening was a most onJoyubU
feel suro that In ears to come uot one, nt:d the visiting yachtsmen hal
only will boats from all the Pacific ,, Kood time. Ever) thing went with
clubs take part, but ya.ditB from the ,, swine, nnd nothing but fun laud
Atlantic will also be seen (ompctlng BOod humor were in evidence. Tho
for the b'uo ribbon of the Pacific. I const vachtsmeu expressed them-
prcdlct that within a few ears FPiveg M delighted with their expo
twenty or more J-nchts will take part . ilmccs In Hawaii nel. and they will
in the race, which will be known nll'favH Honolulu with deep regret,
over the world nB the greatest event I st SS it
ot Its kind." T,e Fort Shatter and Y. M. C A.
At the conclusion of his remarks liaBketball teams will meet once more
a different strain, nnd he' conclude.! Commodore Smith was greeted with on Tuesday next at Fort Shatter. V
a touching little speech by saylngr cheers which were sustained for soma will be remembered niui me up.'
"Not only In the nnmb"of (ho nieni-l time. Tineo cheers nt.d u tiger were game was won by the Y. M. O A
bers of the Hnwall Yacht Club do I given for him, nnd the roof Bhook players by u store of 28 to 8fi. Tho
present this beautiful trophy to you. with the force of the yells. next game should no a len-nui .iim.
but alio In tho numti of the people Comnliments the Mollilou. 'and If the Shatters win, tho deciding
of Hawaii whom jou served so faith- Shortly nftorwards Commodore one should be a snorter.
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
CORNER BERETANIA AND RICHARDS STREETS P. 0, BOX 440
I A Open From 8 A, M. to 7 P. M., Except Sunday
All kinds of Electric Light Baths (blue, red, white and violet),
Steam Baths; Turkish, Russian, Pine Needle, Nauheim. Carbonio Acid
and Oxygen, or Medical Baths; Massage, X-Rays and High Frequency,
Special attendant for ladies.
ON A DAY
like this, a man can do more and
better work ..for coolj refresh1
-::- -::- ing drink. -::- -::-
COME AND SEE US
"It's The Fashion"
The Two Jactaj. WM1 i..ul Hotel near Fort
At last something definite has been
done with regard to getting baseball
going nt the old league grounds, ami
yesterday afternoon a meeting wni
held nt the lliiugulow which wei.t far
to arrange things satisfactorily.
Everything went with u rush, nnd
In n short time It was announced
that five teams would take part In
the series that will be started up as
soon us the Wascdas' schedule Is fin
ished. The St. I)uls, Military, N. C II..
I'ui.abou and Marines nre to take
part In the series, nnd a schedule was
fixed up as follows:
August 13 St. liuls vs. Military;
N. O. II. s. Marines.
August 20 St. Louis vs. N. O. II ;
.Military vs. Punnhuu.
August 27 N. a. II. vs. Pumihou;
St. Louis vs. Murines.
September 3 Military vs.
rnes; St. Louis vs. Punahou.
September B 'Punahou vs.
rlnes; II. O. II. vs. Military. ,
This siort series Is ex purled to
get people lined to visiting the old'
grounds once more. Next season n
full schedule will be drawn up, und
It is expected that the game will
once more boom among tho "big"
It wus suggestel that games be
played on Sundays al:o, but the Oahu
Alumni tenm did not caro to do that.
Finally It was decided to sti:k to
Saturdays and end the scries on
Tho teams nre not to receive any
percentage of the gate receipts, and
expenses wero not guaranteed. At
the end ot the series the money In
the treasure may bo devoted to liq
uidating all expenses Incurred for
uniforms, l.nprovlng the ground nnd
piomotlng sports of all kinds.
Tho move to establish real amateur
ball Is a good one, and one that de
serves tho support of peoplo who used
to nttend tho gnmes lint who have
given the rport up since the hcttii.i;
evil cropped up. The following Is n
1st of those pren'tit nt the meet In?
)esterday; Colonel Jones of the Na
tional (luard, Lieutenants llowen ot
Fort Shatter and Vuughan of I'ort
Ituger, Sergeant Harry, manager of
the Hospital Corps team; Sumner,
! manager of the National (lunrd
I team; l-orrln Andrews, secretary of
the Military Athletic! Association:
Jlmmle Williams, manager of the St,
LouIb College Alumni team; Al. Cas
tle of tho Oahu College Alumni team.
Captain Wlnne ot the Oahu Alumni
team, (Jenrge llruns nnd Hilly Hoogs.
tt Si SS
Juck Cordell dropped Into tho
II ii 1 1 e 1 1 u uttlco this morning nnd
ho stilted that he Mill holds tho
championship of the Pacific Coast at
108 pounds. He will light nnybody
who will make thnt weight at :i
o'clock on the afternoon of the con
The Chinese Athletic funs are noth
ing It not generous, und they proved
't by giving A)nu, the plnjer who
won the game ngalnst the Wasedas,
a purse, (uutnlnlng I'JfiO, bofure he
left for Muul, where he is employed.
August 3, 4, 5, 0
-runniest of Them All! ,r
--Everything New! . ,
A OOOD SEAT FOR 25c,... .
PRICES. 25c. 60c and 75c
Honolulu Athletic Park
- SPECIAL SERIES
SATURDAY, AUGUST 0:
C. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
0. C. ALUMNI vs. WASEDA
SUNDAY, AUQUST. 7:
U, S, .M. C, vs. C. A. C.
P, A. C. vs. WASEDA
Admission 25c, SOc. and 75 o.
Box Plan for Season Tickets at
Chambers Drug Co.
LAST WEEK OF .
WONDERFUL PERFORMING DOGS
Lat Matinee, Saturday, ot 3 P.M.
ENTIIti: CHANdE TONIOHT
PROF. TYLER, Ventriloquist
With His Wonderful Talking Dolls
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
PRICES lOc and 15s
MISS ETHEL MAY Soprano Soloist
I from Keith's
GEORGE GARDNER America's Fa
vorite Irish Dialect Comedfan
The Great CR0TT0NS Marvels of
DYS0 World's Great Ventriloquist
AND MOTION PICTURES
Admission 8c, 10c, 18o
THE AFLA0 SISTERS
AND THE HEST
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING1
will hold its first quarterly dance on
THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 4,
at 8 o'clock. Odd Fellows' Hall.
OOOD MUSIC AND A GOOD TIME
IN THE CITV
Admission..'.,. 15c. 10c, 5c
DICK SULLIVAN, Proprietor
Duure Saturday night, August G,
at K of P. Hall, given by the Car-
natlou Social club. , Dancing com. Corner of King and Nttuanu Street,
nieuces at 8: it. sharp. Good music . m
and a good time. Everjbody cor-i mtcr Island and O. R. & L. shipping
dla)ly invited. TleketB ut tho door Uook8 for Bala ut the Uulletlu
geiits 50c, ladles 2Bc. offlco, 60c each.