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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULUt T. II., 8 TUIIDAY, AltO. (!, 1910
ABE 'FLYING THESE DAYS AND THE SHOOTING IS
OOOD. OUll NEW
, Ithaca Shot Guns
V ' 1 WITH THE LATEST LOADS IN
WHICH WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FRESH STOCK
. OF, W.LL DO THE WORK.
EVERYTHING III THE WAY OF SHOOTINO SUP
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
If' It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A OOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
J. A. GiLMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Mo.
Parrott fc Co., Sau Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(OKINNKLL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLE)
. Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munioh Fire'Ins. Co.
'-'-' FORT -STREET, NfcAR MERCHANT
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
. A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique in itt
assemblance 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 Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Traffic Manager. Y. V. R R.. Merced, Cal.
Fresh Columbia River
Crystal Springs Butter
W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietor
W. C. Peacock St Co., Ltd.
WINES AND LIQUORS
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to all carts of the city twioe daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
WE GUARANTEE onR OOOnS
fhtmg H$ V I tWI II if
all.,-- 4 ft?2Z - C-:3i-, I M- J gyX- I 22 Z 1
WALL COP WELL
TWO RICHARDS, R. A. COOKE
AND CAPTAIN LOW LEFT IN
One Match This Afternoon arid One
on Monday The Finals Will Be
Hayed on Monday, Also.
Yesterday afternoon on the llere
tnnlu tenuis courts, play In the Wall
Clip series was continued, and three
mutches weio played. The fourth
which was scheduled to be hetwecn
A. U Castle und Atheitou Richards,
was nut iilnyed, as Cnutle did nut
wish tu tlte himself out In vlev lit
the fa t that ho has a hrd basebal:
game lu pitch today at the Athletic
However, Castle ami Richards hud
a couple of sets fur fun and exercise.
Castle wun the tlrst, G-3, and lost
the next, 8-fl. The last set was a
warm one, and both plajers did kouj
work. Castle served In great furm
and Richards seemed able tu get
them all. lloth men placed weli.un.i
the younger player did some line
short volleys across th) court.
Captain Low and l.owrey then go-,
on the courts and played their innt'.-h.
which only went fur two seti, l.pw
U playing In gie.it form Just now,
and he Jiept the younger plnjer on
the go ull the time. U)' back
hand strokes aio beauties', und His
lorearm'dihes ut times teirllle. lie
won many strokes by sheer u.ce and
time after time bum I.owioy wlt.i
Low won two sets straight, G-l,
6.3, and It wnsii fairly vuy victory
for him. The iptuln would appear
to huve a guod chun e of winning
the cup, as lie will meet Atherton
Richards on even terms this time, tu.
Mead or owing fifteen, as he did last
time they met lu the trophy play.
Another match that was played
yesterday was between Stanley Ken
nedy and II. A. Cooke. The latter
won out by two sets straight 6-2,
T 5. The llrst set looked like a love
one, as. Cooke piled up live gujnes
before Kennedy got started. Then
the latter got two games and the
(t ended. The second spasm woa
cloter, and at one time Kennedy, hu-l
It tii lila opponent to thu tuno of 5-4.
Then Cooke sparkled, up and took
three games straight and won out as
The final match of the day was
that between Ilockus and Tluodoro
Richards, nnd It wus a good one,
too. Ilockus touk the first set to
two games, and then Richards got
going properly und Just reversed the
figures. VltliNono set all, nnd the,
number of games even, the third and
deciding bet was looked forward to
with Interest. It proved lo bo 1
really hard-fought one, and alter
five-all and six-all were called, Rlcn
ards took two games In succession
and won Out. The Bcoro was 2-6,
6-2, 8-0 in Richards' favor.
This afternoon Atherton RUhards
will meet Captain Low, and on Mon
day T. UlclinfrU will play II. A.
Cooke. The finals will aUo he play
ed on Monday, and at the presont
tlmo the winner Is hard to pick
Third Game of Series to Be Played
at the Athletic Park This After
noon, This afternoon the Wasedas and
Oaliu College il urn nl will ome more
meet at the Athletic I'nrk, and great
ime.isi U being taken In the third
meeting of tln learns.
Al. Cnstle will pitch for the ex
students, and he Is determined Hint
once more the c6 ors of the Japan
ese will be lowerKl. The llrst game
between the nines was won by the
college after it seventeen-Innlng
game, and the scdre was 1 to 0, Last
week the teams met for the second
time ainHlie Puns again won by -i
score of tt tu 1.
The game this afternoon will start
at half past three o" lock, und -y
that time there should be Utile room
lu the g.nndstuiid or on the bleach
ers. Theie will he another game
whlili wll start at 1:30 o'clock, an;
It will be between the C. A Cs and
the J. A. Cj.
M n tt
DOTS AND DASHES. .
The Wasedas have played fifteen
games In Honolulu, and their rec
ord slanili us ftillowa:
Won --July i, ft'ui-cdaH 8. Chinese
Jnl 9, Wasedas f. Marines 1;
July 10, Wutedas 3, Portuguese 2 (IS
limine.); July 12. Wasedas 1, .Nuvv
0 (12 Innings);. July U, Wasedas 1.
Military 0; July 24, Wasedas 1, Por
Ixjxt July IS.TMlOahu 6, Waso
das 2; July 16, O.iliu College Alumni
I, Wasedas 0(17 Innings); July 17,
Chinese 9, Wasedas 5; July 19, Navy
1, Wasedas 0 (13 lunlngi); July 21,
Military 6. Wnrrdas R; July 23, Ma
rines r,, Wutedas 3; July 27, All
Military 4, Wuieilus 0; July 31, Oahu
Cot.ege Almnnt 5, Wasedas 1; July
31, Chinese 1, Wasedas 0.
WILL MEET AGAIN
tt COMING EVENTS. H
ft Oahu League 8erlet. tt
I tt August 7. C. A. C. vs. Marines, tt
tt August 7-1. A. C. vs. Wascd.i. tt
tt Oahu Juniors. tt1
tt August 7.
tt August 7-
-C. A. C. Jrs. vs. Pa- tt
(Phone fbr Good Seats, G60)
itt August 7 Mil lliicxs vit Annum, n
'tt Golf. tt
1 tt August 21. Hum-sonic, Country tt
RUMORS OF BIG PURSE tt Club. tt CASINO
BEING OFFERED SOON g AllRll(tt G.ZT
Itt Tennis. tt
.. ... i ...,,. n i. Li t, n I 8 August K, O. Hall Cup. tt
Next Contest Will Probably Be Over Allgu 4Wn), Cup
xweniy nounus uiB uniwn a August 13. Maul vs. Honolulu, tt
Sure to Roll Up to bee Go.
LAST FOUR NIGHTS OF
MUSICAL COMEDY CO.?
Iloxlng Is on the boom In this II- AnRmt ln.Knual-. Ktrtli Ca
lie (iiu nurfi iiuu mi wiria m iuuhmb .
Il) ing uruuiui uuuui IHUIJIULUIO
The Maul Racing Association hud
a meeting the other night, and the
balance sheetof the club was laid
lieToro the members. A credit bal
an.o of $929.56 wus shown, ana
everything was voted as most satis
factory. Improvements are plannes
In connection with the. grandstnnJ
and track, and next year Jhe Hon"
lu'.il people will be Biirprlted at the
Poor old Joe Guns, known as the
Old Master, Is dying of that fell dls.
euse, consumption. It is strange how
ninny boxers die of the scourge; the
list Is a long one, and many Is the
good man who has gone that way.
Thero will bo no cricket match
this afternoon, us tWo full teams
could not bo gotten together. Cricket
appears to be dead In Honolulu "-, 0hb.
present, und golf and tennis nie nu
und purses of K00 or so. That an
other Cotdell-Coruyn go over twenty
louiids would druw like u mustard
plaster can not be denied, nnd there
Is nu doubt that u match will be
made In the near future.
A well known man of this city Is
teilousiy coiisldeilug the adlsablllty
of putting up u Su00 purse for the
two doer boxers to argue over, and
If satisfactory arrangements tan be
made ubout u location for the match-
there Is no doubt that the men will
be signed up.
The purse Is liberal enough, und a
sixty and forty split of that amount
should ha satisfactory enough far
both the men. Considering what th'i
boxers got for their last contest at
the Aloliu Park, the above-mentioned
purse looks good and, besides, It U
mio money, and the men have not
got. to take u chance on u percentage
There will be developments In n
day or so, and something more dell
ultc can .be said about the matter
uh scon us It s ascertained whether
or not u suitable' situ can be obtain
ed for the contest.
Cordell is keeping In trim, and he
Is doing a lot of swimming ut the
beach. He nnd the game Irishman,
Joe M (turn, are boxing together
every day. and some fast work I
dono at times.
Joe McUurn Is very anxious to have
a go at someone, and there is no
doubt that If he Is seen In action
once, the Honolulu sports will want
to see him tu the ring as- often at
pcs.'lul". Joe Is ns gnme us u poll
hie, mid nveinl times ho has been
down and was being counted out by
the refeico, when he has got to Mi
feet mid landed tho dough With u
knockout. Joseph would like to meet
the winner of the Do Mello-Madlson
..onteht, and a match like that should
attract a big crowd
Dick Hulllvan leaves for the Coast
on tho Sierra and will be away about
six weeks. He may get In touch
with some likely boxers while on the
mainland, and one or two of them
may pay u visit to Honolulu iieroro
Dick lias lost weight lately
tt August 13. Oahu vs. Knual. tt
tt Basketball. tt
tt AugiiEt 9. Y. M. C. A. . Fort tt
K Shafter. tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt H
SHORTAGE IN SALMON
REPORTED FROM NORTH
Aujrust 3, 4, 5,'"0
Funniest of Them Ml!
A GOOD SEAT FOR 25c
Canntrymn Predicts That Pack Will pRjfjES 25o. 50c and
ue uciow normal.
Si:ATTI.K. July 23. Aihlces re
ceived from Alaska Indicate Hint the
salmon pack this year will fall far
below the normal. (1. II. liiuchman.
general superintendent of tho North
western fisheries company, returned
from tho north jesterduy with first
advices from plants west of Vakutat,
He says that tli9 Kodlak Island and
Prince William sound caunorlci are
experiencing lighter rims than Usual
but nt Chlgiiik the pack will bo about
When ho left Hrlstol biy tlioplantH
were still iiiiiklug tins but tho pack
should be well along now and dcfliiltff
advices nro expected from thero In a
Tho first l-irge cutch of snekeyo
salmon on I'nget sound this soasun.
was mado Thursday. hn approxl-1
match- 25 0VO fish weio taken. Indl-j
cations point to u goodwill! next week,
Base b a II
Honolulu Athletic-Par kl
SATURDAY, AUGUST 0i
C. A. C. vsJ. A. C.
0. C. ALUMNI vs. WASEDA
Advices from Vancouver. II. C, nre SUNDAY. AUGUST 7
to the effect that canning operations
up to now h.xvo been discouraging on
that side of the border.
NEW FACES AT THE ORPHEUM.
U. S. M. C. vs. 0. A, C.
P. A. C. vs. WASEDA
Admission 25c, 50c. and 75c.
Box Plan for Season Tickets at
Chambers Drug Co.
With ihclr illzzy gowns nnd dainty
lli!7J'- -iterully folded and ready -to
park Mi their trunks and their fare
wells partly spoksn, tho Casino Musi
cal Comedy Co. girls hoard the wel
come news that owing lo tho nrrlvr.l
cm the Hlerrn of Mabel llunyra. Hi8
vnudevlllo Queen and Melville Oldcon
tho famous song writer and. musical
censar of tho Shubirts. a new Reason
of vnudevlllo would start In Alondny
immlieru will nreccdo (ho sketch,
which will bo (ho one which started PROF, TYLER, Ventriloquist
Nat Ooodwln towards famo and for- With His Wonderful Talking Dolls
tuno. "Hobbles" ono of tlm nest suns LATEST SIOTION PICTURES
LAST WEEK OF
WONDERFUL PERFORMING D003I
of tho old favorites will I be M t, S,tOTdty mt 3 p j
,d vaudeville o lo of eight KNTm, ,IUNaBN,alrf .
mill's IlUIJUUrn uiiu hit- . ....... " w iivti auawj m
and thinks that a trip to San Fra.n! (,mt iM ovel, bcc g,e, ,, tll0 Ioca PR1CS 10e and 15 1
clsco will set hi in up again.
singe. Mabel Dunyea is one of tho
rho time Is ripe for another box- .u, i,.....!,,! women on the stage
The Wall Cud touriiBiti'jnt did not ing contest botween Cordell nnd .,., .. anu.nwi in "Klne Dudo" ami
. .... , . mm m 'J"-"' "
attract nil the entrieB u migni nnvt-, i i;oniyn, aim u inc go is over iweniy
but the play has so far been first
class, and tho finals should be good
A report of the National Assocln
Hon for thu Study and Prevention 'registered,
of Tuberculosis, Issued from New
York, shows the average coat of ar- William
Ing for tubercular patients In the
soml-charitable sumitnrlums of
United States la 11.67 a day.
minds, u decision should be reach
ed. An extra live rounds would tell
the story, and thero would not bu
much chaire of unother drnw being
Klege of Wayne, Neb.,
was arrested charged with the mur-
tlle der of his slstor, nt their home, on
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
CORNER BERETANIA AND RICHARDS STREETS P. 0. BOX 440
Open From 8 A. M. to 7 P. M., Eycept Sunday
All kinds of Electric Light Baths (blue, red, white and violet),
Steam Baths; Turkish, Russian, Tine Needle, Nauheim. Carbonic Acid
and Oxygen, or Medical Baths ; Massage, X-Rays and High Frequency,
Special attendant for ladies.
Thatjright aroundtHel corner are cold
drinks and a warm welcome
You need 'em both these days
" It's The
The Two, Jacks. .
Hotel near Fort
mniiv other comic onsra successes.
Mclvlllo Oldeon Is tho author of "Tho,
llllllkcn Man" and other popular hits.
I In has been tho musical ndvlsor of MrSS ETHEL MAY Soprano Soloist
tho Sliubcrta for years. Among Hi? from Keith's
vnudovlilo fixtures will bo a Bong QE0RQE QARDNER America's Fa-'
"Put Your Foot on tho Soft Pedal" by vorite In,h Dialect Comedlan
Carloton Chase. ''Vlllea from the The Qreat CK0TT0NS Marvels of
Merry Widow by Olga Sttck. "Splash Strenrth
Mo" by Vllmn Steck and tnw DYSO-World's Great Ventriloquist
pietty niiulbers by Miss llockwell. QUNHA'S ORCHESTRA
Four of tho chorus havo a. stunnliig . M0Tt0N ptnTimrq
dance which is going to surprise tho Adm5ioAHD M0TI M.f C
Inhabltiints. The prices nre going to AOmUnon Oo, 10ct ISo
be reduced to suniincr prices und with
tho oxcellent vaudolllo, the house
ought to bo tilled to capacity.'
Tor Sale" cards ut Ilulletln..
Dante Saturday night, August 0,
nt K. of P. Hall, given by the Car
nation Social Club. Dancing com.
indices at 8:15 sharp, flood music
and a good tlmo. Evervbody cor
dially Invited, Tickets ut the door
geulB GOc, ladles 2
. , THE AFLAQ SISTERS
AND THE I1EST
IN' THE CITY
Admission 15c, 10c, 5c. ,
: Pacific Saloon
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING
Odd Fellows' Hall I
Meets every Friday evening. In- tuck SULLIVAN. Pronrietor W
struttlon, 7 to S p, m.; Social, 8 tu r .4.
10:15 p m. . comer or King and Nuuanu streets.
Muslo furnished by a HAWAIIAN . ,
QUINTET CI, till. I Inler-lslsnd and O 11. & TL shlnnlnir,
HnleB tnnd Tuition on application took,, for ga8 al tue nultatlul
nt Odd Fellows Hull, or lei. no. ninra sn o.i.