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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H THURSO Of, AUG. 4, 1910.
ARE FLYJKCJ THESE DAIS AND THE SHOOTING IS
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CONTEST IS BEING MOOTED
Mcu Who Fought to a Draw May
Meet lit xvio Weeks' Time
Another Location May Be Look
WALL CUP RLAY
ATHERTON RICHARDS BEATS
HURD TWO SETS STRAIOHT
OPEN ALL YEAR
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A valley of great beauty and jrrandeur, unique In iti
'nisemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
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 Facifto and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Trafflo Manager. Y. V. R R.. Merced, Cal.
Fresh Columbia River
Crystal Springs Butter
W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietor PHONE 48
As usual, tlieie Is an aftermath
us legurds boxing, and several kicks
nuve been registered about the Cor
dell.Curiiyti contest. Tliu light was
011 (lie tut til lui: sure, ami wuh u beau
tiful contest. It Is on the llt1uncl.1l
side thut the tiotiblu oilglnutes. Cor
ile. I thinks that he ill d not get a
etiuare ileul, but ni cording to all ac
counts, both men got the forty per
cent, of the gate monej tll.it was
Stories of door UcepeiS holding 0:1
to some of the cash have gone the
loulids, unci there may be souiettutli
In the mutter, but Judging from the
amount of tush that Cordell and
Cornyn got, theie cuii not have been
much of a leukuge.
, Another conteht between the two
men who put up such a good light
last week would be an Interesting
event, and should draw well. Cur
dell now claims that lie wus tiled
before tho go started, and thut he
had too niu:h woik to do In coimoc-tlon-wlthno-il'elirnrof
The next contest should bu urrnnged
so that the lighters themselves will
be relieved of nil tm h vtoriy and 11
stated sum for winner unit loser
would fix It so that the men would
have nothing to think ubout except
their Immediate work in the ring.
There Is somo talk of another lo
cution for the next contest, and it
may be that another mnn will null
uge the show. There are a couple
of places where the contest might
bo pulled off, and 11 well-known mail
Is considering the possibility of man
aging the show.
Judging from the (list match bo
tween Cordoll und Cornyn. u return
go should bo a beauty, and it Is
hard to Bay who would win. If
Cornyn can make 158 pounds 011 tho
afternoon of the fight, Cordell will
bo satlsflml, Ho may agreed to oth
er terms, but that wns his statement
made yesterday' to the It 11 1 I e 1 1 iu
Jon McOiirii, the game Irishman
who Is training Cordell, Is anxloul
to havo u go at someone, ,nnd ho
may bo accommodated with n match
before long. Young Huns Is another
bcrapper who would like to have 11
go at somebody about his weight.
He Is a clever youngster, and lute
shown some good work In the I01.1!
The chances of Cordell and Cnrnyi
meeting again nro bright, nnd n'.-
thougli there has been much tnlk
about Johnson of yachting fume huv
lug a go at either Jack or I'at, there
does not seem to be any chanco of
such a contest being brought off In
a tl n
The swlmmeis who compe'to at Iu.
unene will And tho fresh wate-
Htrunge, and the time put up bv
them will piobably lie slow.
RAINY CITY BASEBALL
MEN READY FOR PLAY
1 H 'I i! tt tt tt tt :: 1: u n ti si til
It: COMING EVENTS. tt
in Secretaries and managers of tt1
'tt athletic clubs nro Invited to send tt
it in the dates of any events which It!
n they may lio getting up, for In 55 1
it sertlon under the nbova head, tlj
ii Address all communications to 55,
it the Sporting IMIIor, llulletln. ii
it Oahu League Series. ii
(Phone for Good Seats, GCO)
LAST FOUR NIOHTS OF
ii August 7.-C. A. C. s Marines, it CASINO MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
ii August 7. P. A. C. vs. Wasedii. ii
Only One Match Played Yesterday
Four to Be fought Out To
Wy Finals on Saturday,
Yesterday afternoon the Wall Cup
tennis tournament started up, and
although the weather was not all
that could be desired, a number of
people traveled out to the llerclunla
courts to see the beginning of the
. The courts were n trifle wet, but
the ralu held off for a while, and
Atherton Klchards and Irving Hunt
fated one another. Tim joung hold
er of the cup did nut have much
trouble with Hurd, and although the
latter got four game In the second
set, lllcliiirds won twu sets straight.
(!-:!. 0 4, und tcok the mat h
I'l.iy stinted at 5 o'tlock, und It
did not take long to finish off thn
mutch llurd received fifteen from
Hlchnrdt. lint with that handicap
did not have inn h chance of win
ning. Richards played! some loally
good shots during the tno sets, and
If he does not run up against u man
who wl I come to the net, he stands
a goad chance of getting his name on
Hie Wall. Cup trophy fru- tlte'serond
time. At prcfoht only two men
(ley, nnd Warren have suet ceded in
winning the prlte twice.
This afternoon Atherton lllihaidj
will piny A. !'. Castle, and 11 film
gume should remit. Castlo Is dlvid
lug his Bpato time between I1.1ech.1ll
and tenuis nowadays, mini It may
hnppen thut he will get Into the
final of the Wall Cup tournament
which Is scheduled to bo plnjed on
Saturday afternoon. In that case
the duals will probably be sent over
till Monday, as Castle Is In urgent
demand at the Athletic Park, wher-J
the Oahu College Alumni arc to play
Other mutches set for this after
noon nro as fo lows: Ixiw vs. A. J.
I.owrey, itlchard Cooke vs. Stnnley
Kennedy, nnd T, Richards vs. C. 0.
Ilockus. When today's play Is pan
there will be four men left In thij,lp U()X
tournament, and they will piny off. neorBa Todd, Hurry llrown nnd
two motchcB tomorrow. As stated m,,,. are depended on for catchers.
W. C. PeacocK & Co., Ltd.
WINES AND LIQUORS
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to all carts of the city twice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
WF, GUARANTEE OUR HOODS
Fine Schedule of Dames Arranged
for Next Week Wasedas to
Meet Pick of the Big Island
(.Special to llulletln.)
1111.0, August 1. The baseball fans
aro busy men at present, getting rea
dy with their preparations to meet
the famous Vn:da team, which has
Wen giving some Duo exhibitions of
ball plnlng In Honolulu,
Word was received here Inst week
thut thn Wnscda had changed Ihtlr
plans and Hint they would arrive hero
a week earlier than wus formerly an
noiinced. They will arrive Aug. 10,
and will play Hire? games, on the
ll'lh, 13th -and 14th, -
Tho league has nladu arrangements
to have the series of games played
ut Hooliilu Purk us follows:
Friday. Aug 12. Waseda vs. Hllo
Saturday, Aug. 13. Lellchuas vs.
Ivnzaus. Wasedus vs. Mllo Picked
Sunday, Aug. 11. Kllaucns vs. Kn
zuiih. Wnscdas h. Hllo Picked Team.
friio..''VrMay -gnmo wlll!'rr()b'ably
stmt nt 2:30 p. m., und the games
on Saturday nnd Sunday nt 1:30 p. m
Next Sunday there will be no re
gular gum?, nnd Instead n game will
bo played y tho .team which Is to
meet tho Kuzans against a second
Tho Baseball League held a met
ing last week at which (leorge Desha,
C. II l.yniun nnd C. 11. Mnkaknul
wore seltcted as a committee to pick
the team which will defend tho lion
or of Hllo against the yellow peril.
Tho committee has not finally settled
on tho team, but practice games will
begin forthwith, and tho result of
these will to somo extent determine
the membership of the team,
Hllo will p.olnhly have three pjtch
cts to represent her, namely IMdle
Desha, Alec Desha and Solomon Atu
kalea, The two Desha boyB will nlso
l")ld down third baso, when not Iti
ii .Oahu Juniors. ii
ii August 7. C. A. C. Jrs. vs. Pa- it
it la tuns. 1 ii
tt August 7. Mil Hocks vs As.ihls. it
tt Oolf. 55
ii August 21. Foursome, Country ii
ii Cricket. ii
it August B. Match. ii
il Tennis. tl
it August K. O. Hall Cup. it
tt August 4. Wall Cup. ti ; -
ii August 13. Maul vs. Honolulu tt "f :
it (Puuncne.) ti "-"
ii Polo. it
it August 10. Kauai s. Fifth Cav ii
it nlry. ii
ti August 13 Oahu vs. Kauai. it
tl Basketball. ti
it August 9 Y M C A vs. Port it PRICES
i. Shorter ii
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it WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
August 3, 4, 5, 0
Funniest of Them All!
before, the final will be played 01:
Satuiduy, providing Cuitla is not one
of the contestants.
There tiro not so many entries as
usual for the icup play this time, lm
much Interest Is being tukeu in tin.
fnct that Lowrey and Kennedy are
competing nnd the followers of the
gunio want In sen how the young fel
lows stack up against Uw, Castle
ii tt ii
C II. Mukatiu! nnd Solomon Ana
kalea aro to take first baso, nnd Jack
Kuston will be assigned to second
base, according to tho present ar
rangements. C. 11. I.yman will olll
clalo as shortstop, whlln fleorgo De
sha will tnke left field. Kupa osnlpr
field and Oliver Ak.111 und Hlsa right
A GOOD SEAT FOR 23c
ES 25c. SOc and 7Se
STARTS IXT WEiK
Kauai and Cavalry to Try Conclu
sions"6n Wednesday Oahu WJ1
T' Play Saturday. '
Honolulu Athletic ParM
On Wedtiesduy next the first Inter-
Island polo game will be pluyed and
the competing teams will be Kauai
and the Fifth Cnvulry. The game Is SATURDAY, AUOUST C
being looked forwuid to with interest
und a great struggle Is anticipated, I
Then on the following Saturday tho
Garden Island ttam will go up against 1
ino uunu coiuuinuiion, unu 11 win men ...., ..
auiiuni, nuuuai 1
C. A. C. VS. J. A. C.
0. C. ALUMNI vs. WASEDA $
be seen how polo has been kept up
on Kauul. I.ast seuson the Muui men
were the only ones from I'.ie other Is
lands who competed, nnd tho serlos
resolved Itself into a triangular strug
gle between Oaau, Maul und the Cav
The Mat'l hiuch Is considered to be
very strorg, und their pontes ore (he
real thing for polo. Frank lluldwln Is
a host In himself, and his dashing
play always counts for u lot on the
polo Ileitis. Harold lllcu Is another
good man who plays for Mnul, nnd
U. S, M. C. vs. 0. A. 0.
P. A. C. vs. WASEDA
Admission 25c, 6O0. and 75o.
Box Plan for Season Tickets at
Chambers Drue Co,
Will Itoth will hnve a stab at tho
tennis game again nt Puitneue, nnd
l.ouls von Tempsky Is In town, and he nlso will compete In the swim-
ho Intends proceeding to tho main- mlng rate at the new pool. Hotli
land, vhero ho will plnco his two wns n good mnn nt both sports, and
daughters In school. Mr. von Temp-' probably still can go some on tho
sky Is an old New Zenlander, an I, courts and In tho water,
what ho does not know ubout horses
und cuttle Is not worth knowing. The "big" league teams are near.
ly ready, and It is thought thut tho
Commodore Smith will return to live nines that are to tnXe part In
tho mainland on the Korea, which tho series will he oil deck In a short
leaves Honolulu on Sunday next. time.
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 Elcctrio Light Baths (blue, red, white and violet),
Steam Baths; Turkish, Russian, Pine Needle,- Nnuheim. Carbonio Acid
and Oxygen, or Medical Baths; Massage, X.Rays and High Frequency,
Special attendant for ladies.
That right .around the corner are cold
drinks and a warm welcome
You need 'em both these days
"It's The Fashion
The Two Jacks. , , Hotel near Fort
LAST WEEK OF
Hunt! jWTnvin'o 1
there is no doubt thut he will be on WONDERFUL PERFORMING- DOQS
build ut Monnalim und Udlehuu. ..p MONKEYS """
Thn Honolulu team will be much T..4 . p 1 1 iA
the same as iast er. and Walter SK, ,S "A
Dlttlnghnm will be seen In action K
nguln. Snm lluldwln Is pluylng great pnos- TYLER, Ventriloquist v
polo, and the Doctor of the same Ilk With H s Wonderful Talking- Dolls
Is on the job nlso. I l.VTIT MOTION PIUTUltnS .
The olllcers ut Udlohuu nlwnys glvo i'mtfca IQo and-lCs
visitors u good time, nnd the trip to
Schofleld Ilarrncks Is much enjoyed.)
Tho polo field Is lt excellent order,
nnd the games thut will bo pluyed
there ure sure to be exciting und
tt It tt
It Is denied thut Aynu. the brll
MISS ETHEL MAY-
I frnm MIVi
OEORGE OARDNER America's Fa-
vonte Irish Dialect Comedian
llant Chinese baseball plajer, wn
til lkjaillu.1 lirlttm . . itw f
ills pcVnmuce against Ih. Wic. The 0t CROITOHS-Mtmh of
lust Sunday. If thut Is the ense,
something should bc done to mark
the appreciation of The funs.
The Puunenu sports are getting
ready for the visit of the Honolu'ti
tenuis pluers, and the big mill
courts nre In use every day The
swimming tank Is now ready, and the
visitors should havo a good tlmo
while on Mnul.
DYSO World's Great Ventriloquist
AND MOTION PICTURES
Admission 8c, 10c. ISc
THE AFLAO SISTERS
AND THK IIRST
IN THE CITY
Admission 15c. 10c, 80.
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCIN0
will hold its f.rst quarterly dance on
THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST 4,
at 8 o'clock. Odd Fellows' Hall.
C00D MUSIC AND A GOOD TIME
Dance Saturday night, August G,
ut K. of P. Hul, given by the Car
nntlqn Social Club, D.ipclng com
meuces at 8:15 sharp, (load music
und a good tlmn. i2ver)boiy cor
dlnlly Invited, Tickets at tho door
gents GOc, ladles 2Cc,
DICK SULLIVAN, Proprietor
Corner of King and Nuuanu Streetvl
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offico, COc each.