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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 10, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T 11.. WEDNESDAY. At'O. in, 1110
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PHONE 307 ELITE BUILDINO
J. A. G1LMAN,
Shipping and Commission
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Parrott & Co., San Francisco
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FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of peat beauty and grandeur, unique in iti
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. Trafflo Manager. Y.V.R R Merced, Cal.
THE MEAT WE ARE SELLINO JUST NOW WAS RAISED
ON PARKER'S RANCH, ONE OF THE HICIllER-UP
RANCHES ON THE ISLANDS, THE MEAT IS SUPERIOR.
W. F. HEDLBRON, Proprietor
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
WINES AND LIQUORS . x .,
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
W deliver to all parts of the city twice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS
75c. Per Month
GOOD GAME ATTRACTS BIO
CROWD OF LIVELY ROOTERS
Score Was Tied Shortly After Start;
of Second Half Another Game
to .Be Played Next Week.
I.nst night nt the Port Shafler
gymnasium, the second game of bns
ketball between the Y. M. C. A, team
nnd the soldlerH was pln)ed. It
ended in n lctor) tor the town team
by a score of 24 to 19. At the end
iff the III si half the tcoro slood at
11 to 9 In favor of the Y. M. C. A.
bunch, and thu prospects of a close
llnlsli were good.
Shortly after the start of the see
oud Imlf the Shaffers tied the score
and 11-all wns called. Then Hen
Clarke got going properly and made
three beautiful shots, all of whltli
The Shatters did nut hnve thu
services of McCall, who had sustain
ed oil Injury that preeuted his tuk
lug part In the game, lijn absence
was felt by the team, and hnd he
plajed, there might have been a illf
ferelit endlne tn the match. Til')
Y. M. C. 'A., however, also had lost
thu services of a good man In (loop
er, who left- for- the mainland -nn
Marcalllno took Hooper's ptace and
plajed. n good game right through
the uiaclu ,He lield his man down
ami did not allow a basket to be
stofed, The play at times was very
exciting, Mud the rooters did good
work all the time.
Woodruff, for the Shatters, played
a star game, nnd of the 19 points
scored by his side, ho made IS, That
Is going same, nnd the baseball man
Is u strong player who always duel
something sensational, Lemn and
Chilton also plaed a great gamo,
and the way they passed the hall
wub a treat to watch.
Clarke did some tine scoring work.
and ho was well backed up by Slew
art In that department. Nott, for
tho Y. M. C. A., nlBo did good work,
and, In fact, all the team member
wore onto their Jobs.
There was a big crowd present.
and a large gathering of the Y. M,
C. A. supporters truvelcd down to
Shatter to see the match. The game
excited so much Interest that a third
one is mooted for next Tuesday, und
such a contest should be very Inter
esting, although the Y. M. C. A.
team has won two matches already.
The lineups last night were nS fol.
Y. M. C. A. Dwlght, Clarke, rf.;
Stewnrt, If.; Nott, c.j llonnn, rg.:
Fort Shatter Chilton, Marks, rf.;
Woodruff, If. J Furton, c; Marki,
Chilton, rg.; I.emn, Ornnt, lg.
Dnskets from Held Clarke 5,
Woodruff 5, Stewart 3, Dwlght,
Nott, Marks, Chilton.
lluskets from foul line Wood r nit
r., Nott 3, Dwlght J.
Heferen, (Inult; umpire, MrCall.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
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.
t: COMING EVENTS. tt
8 Secretaries ami managers of tt
tt athletic clubs are. Invited to send tt
tt In tiio dates of any events which tt
tt they may bo Retting up, for In ttl
tt sertlon under the ubove head, tt
tt Address all communications to tt
tt the Sporting Kdltor, Bulletin tt
tt llASEDAI 1.. tt
St Auk 1.1. Bt. I oiils vs Military, tt
it N. (I II . Marine
tt Aug 20 St. louls . N f! II ;
t: Military Mi. l'uimliuii.
tt Oahu Juniors,
tt Aligint 13. & A. ('. Jrs ts
tt Augil't 13. Mil Hoiks h. I'nla-
tt AiiRiHt 21. Foursome,
tt Annum 13. Match.
tt August i:. O. Hall Cup
tt August 13. Maul vs. Honolulu, tt
tt tl'iitiiieno.) tt
:: Polo. tt
tt August 10. Kauai vs. riflh Oav- tt
tt airy. tt
tt August 13 Knual vs. Onhu
tt AugiiPt 17. Cavalry v claim.
tt August 20. Knual vs. Maul.
tt August 13. Oahu vs. Kaunl,
tt August 1C Y. M. C. A. . Furt tt
K Shatter. tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt-tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
WASEDAS Will HAVE
m CAMES IN nun
Japanese to Visit Volcano and Have
Good Time on Big- Island Maul
Will Also Be Visited,
There Ik a lot of speculation about
how the Wnsedns will get on in their
games on the Dig Island', and the
Honolulu fans who know what sort
of a game the llllo pin) era put up
think that the Japanese will go
down In defeat tu the Italny Clt)
The Wasedas lost a lot of game
In succession during tho latter part
of their Honolulu series, and It re
mains to he seen If the llllo players
can not tnko the measure of the Jap
Manager Marcalllno of the Oahu
league lias gouo with the Wusedus
to llllo, and ho will look after their
Interests during the tour of Hawaii
and Maul. The team will nlso visit
the volcano and see the wonders ot
Kllaueu before tackling an AIMIIIo
The Wnsedas are a fine" lot ol
sportsmen, and they have created i
good Impression among tho fans.
Tley are sure of a great reception
nt llllo and, later on, nt Wulluku,
FIFTH CAVALRY vs. KAUAI
Moanalua, Wednesday, August 10,
1010, 3 p. m. Sharp
Tickets at E. 0. Hall & Son's and
FIFTH CAVALRY WILL
PLAY KAUAI TEAM
Big Gathering- Expected to Attend at
Moanalua Fast Game Should
Be Played Society Event,
- This afternoon at Moanalua tho
polo season will formally open, and
the niuch-tulkcd-ut game between
the Fifth Cavalry and the Kauali
team will be plned. A big turn-out!
of polo enthusiasts Is expected, and1
the eeut will be more or less a so.
rlely affair. After the game Is fin
ished Ihn ttlmertt nnd tlinlr friend
will bo enlertnliied bt u committee!
nnd refreshments will be served.
The Knual platers are new to Ho
nolulu that Is, us n team nnd
three of the four ure ot the sanm
family. The Illcea, are well repre
sented on tho polo Held this year,
as there are three on the Kauai team
and one In the Maul lineup.
John Mallua Is the fourth man
on the Garden Island team, nnd lie
Ib reported to be a really good man
at the game. The work of the Kn-
ul bus will be watched with In
terest, as ever) one wants to size
them up nnd get a line on their
chances of defeating Oahu nnd Maul
For the Cavalry, Captain Fois)th,
Captain Stewart and Lieutenants
Hanson and Sheridan will turn out.
Hniison, Hheridnii and Forsjth are
well known on the polo Held and
last )ear they phied brilliantly
ngalnst Oahu und Maul. The Fifth
will do their best to uphold the
honor of the black and gold, nnd the
Knual pin) era will have to work hard
to have a chance of winning.
The Hawaiian band, under the
leadership ot Captain Merger, wi.l
play during the afternoon, and 111.)
scene at Moanalua when the game
sturtB should be' an animated one.
The polo Held Is u natural nmphlthe
nter, and the locution a beautiful
one. Thousands can sit around and
watch the games, nnd there will
probably be a huge crowd present
this afternoon when the hall is first
thrown Into play,
At the conclusion of the .nolo game
today there will bo refreshments serv
cd at the palm bungalow to all visitors
to the game. These refreshments will
be scru-d under the niiBplces of the
ladles of the Oahu I'olo Club and they
aim to make It pleasant for everybody
The refreshment bungalow will be
decorated with the colors of the teams
that occupy the field, and every Wed.
nesday and Saturday when games are
held this special social feature will
bo held directly after the finish of the
This nteasant Innovation has been
Ingurated for tha express purpose of!
having all meet all anil beiome bet
. tt tt tt
Jack Cordell Is still walling for
another mulch with Corion. He
would like In have a chance of meet
ing Coruyn on re more In the ring,
nnd as soon as some promoter comes
forwurd there will be something do
ing In tho boxing Hue,
Hotel near Fort
'2EMAIN MAY BRIM
BIG LOT OF MIS
'Varsity Footballers Expected to Be
on Board Dick Cullen Is Also
It Is expected that the California
'varsity football players will be re
turning to the mainland on the Zea
landla, which Is due In Honolulu
next Tuesday, the men have had u
great tlnio In Australia, according id!
the press reports from the Land of
the Kangaroo, and It will be Inter
esting to hear their talk about that
king of games, ltughy. The e)cs of
the Callfornlanshave been opened1
as to the way Rugby Is played In
the Antipodes, and there Is not the
slightest doubt that the game will
now go ahead fast In the States.
There has always been an Idcv
Hint ltugby was an easy game tu
play, and that It was too slow. That
fallacy has been laughed at many
times by men who know the ganie,
and now that the Callfornlnns have
been up against the renl thing In
ltugby, they will be able to tell
people what sort of a tough proposi
tion the New Keulandors and the
Australian footballers are.
Another branch of sport will prob
ably bo represented on the Zcalan
dla, nnd that Is boxing. Dick Cul
len Is pretty sure to be on board the
steamer, as he wrote some time ago
and said that he would catch her If
possible. Dick is a decent )ouug
fellow, nnd he will be welcomed In
Honolulu by all those who like n
square little fighter who knows how
to tnke care ot himself.
K0SM 1$ VllB
in mm COUNTRIES
Tom S Andrews, sporting editor of
tho Erunlng Wisconsin or Milwaukee
has been nrrnnglug some Interesting
statistics tending Inward a revision
of the weight scale. There havo been
ho many conlllcts ns between the llrl
llsh nod American scale that Andrews
thought the time was rlo at Ileno
lo lake a ote of tho critics as to whe.
Ihcr they fnvored tho American, tho
llrlllsh or a new scale arbitrarily ar
ranged and known ns tho world scale.
Andrews uiifoitunntely, did not get
about his wo'U until Just before tho
tight, and most of tho men were so
thoroughly occupied that they had not
tlmo to glvo the subject the consider
ation that It deserved.
There was no grent unanimity of
opinion. One sporting critic favored
thu llrlllsh weight nnd the bnlanco
wero divided between tho American
and tho world scale. In practically
every case 'tho critics wero opiiosed lo
ringside weighing, and there was a
strong olo lo throw out tho so-cnlled
paper weight of 110 to 112 pounds and
to hnvo the lowest class fixed nt 115
or 116 pounds.
In order that the public may under
stand tho situation the three sets ot
weights nro set forth:
FcHthci-wolght .' 122
Wellcr-welght . .'. U2
Light hciixy 175
Heavyweight (over) 175
Ilantam , IIS
Light heavy 175.
Heavy (abovo) 1751
i -nrtlTISH. I
Fly (8 stone) 112
UnutHin (8 stone C pounds) . .,..,.118
Fenlher (9 stone) 126 1
Light (9 slnno D pounds) 135
Welter (10 stone 7 pounds) 147
Mlddlo (11 stone 1 pounds) 1C0
Light heavy (12 stone 7 pounds).. 175
Heavy (above) 175
Lurry Dee returned from the Coast
)esterdny, nnd he Intends staying In
the Islands for n few weeks. Thai
well known sport brought down n
loving cup which has been presented,
to the Country Club by Manager
Stewart of the hotel of the same,
name nt Sun Francisco, I
DICK SULLIVAN, Proprietor
Corner of King and Nuuanu Streets
TONIGHT! TONIGHT! TONIGHT!
VAUDEVILLE AND FARCE
The American Beauty '
The Song- Writer
The California Nightingale
1 0LGA STECH '
The Dainty Soubrette
The Boy Who Soldiered All His Life
I Character Comedienne
CASINO MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
In Nat Goodwin's Success:
An Orchestra Seat for 25c
PRICES. . . 15c, 25c. 50o
Honolulu Athletic Park
Admission...... 25c, 50c, and 75c,
Box Plan for Season Tickets at
Chambers Drug Co.
MISS ETHEL MAY Soprano Soloist
The Great CR0TT0NS Marvels of
AND MOTION PICTURES
Admission 5c, 10c. 15o
EVA ALVA Acrobatic Dancer
THE AFLAGUE SISTERS
AND TIIK UKST
IN THE CITY 4
Admission 15c.. 10c. go.
Hen Wise & Kitty Milton
Returning From Successful Tour of
Australia and New Kealand
NEW SONGS NEW COMEDY
Admission.. 5c. lOo. 15o
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCIN0
Odd Fellows' Hall . i
Meets ccry Friday evening. In
struction, 7 to S p. m ; Social, 8 tov
10 45 p m.
Music furnished by a HAWAIIAN'
Hates ahd 'tuition on application
at Odd Fellows' Hall, or Tel. 140.
lilank books of all sortH, ledgers,
'etc, manufactured by tho llullatln
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