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EVBNINO llUI.LKTIN, HONOLULU, T. I!.. HUDAY, AUO. 12, 1910.
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OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique in iti
auemllancc of sheer walls of great height, imposing pcaki,
and the number of its stupendous watcrfulli.
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.
THE MEAT WE ARE SELLING JUST NOW WAS RAISED
ON PARKER'S RANCH, ONE OF THE HIGHER-UP
RANCHES ON THE ISLANDS. THE MEAT IS SUPERIOR.
W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietor
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
WINES AND LIQUORS
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
W deliver to all parts of the city twice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
WE GUARANTEE OnH GOODS
75c, Per Month
in Class by Himself With Bat
During- Waneda Scries Fuka.
bori Lead Visitors.
Tho liiiltliiR percentages iif tlio play-
cm In tlio Wnseda scries Invo been
eompiieu linn hip reult shows tlitit
Nowoll heads the lint.
Tlio ntcrngo arc as follows:
NAMKS a All II till 811 Ml Ppl.
Nowoll, ().... 1 )0
Kcalnha. J... 4 12
Soaies. 1' 3 IS
lcrnando, 0. 3 8 : .1
Sumner. O... I K. fi n
Afhiii, C. ... 7 2ft 7 8
Kiiknborl, W.12 41 2 IS
Itois. J 10 33 8 11
Hampton, O. 5 2.1 il 7
Kn Sue, C... S 20
Aknnii, .1 K 21
W. Desha, (). 0 21
lPntp, P., 5 18
Zerho. .1 4 IS
MnypH. M. ..4 1ft
M. I'VUiiH, P. 3 12
Kriinen, .1. ,.o 37
flaw, M (! 21
Thompson. M 7 21
Walker. J. .. 7 30
. 7 2fi 2
. .1 13 0
A pan, C. .
. 7 25
1 12 1
2 9 2
Kan Yen, C... I II
.1. I), 0. ... 0 10
David, M. ... 8
Ornollas. P. . S
Aklna, C. ..11
Kcrnandox, P. 6 22
A. Joseph, P.
Atnoy, C. ...
KllMr, P. ...
Peyton, M. .
Matsnda, W. n
Mlkntnl, W, . !,
Akann, C .. B If
fllbson, M. . I 14
Hsplndn. P.. I II
Hiirn, W. ..12 SO
Ol, W. 11
II. Chnck, C. 7
lseda. W. ...12
D.iM, M. .
Lola. 0. .
Itlro, J. .
Tan li, 0,
I), Desha, O. 3 9
Ogawa, W. ..lp 39
lloopll. .!. ..
Kulpo, .!. ..
Tcves, P. ..
Wlimc, O. ..
Ayau, C. . .
Omura, V, .
Williams. M. 3
lilacs, M. .. S
Ah Toon. C. . ft
Wnklta, .1?... 7 20 1
Madeira, P. . 0 211
!' Joseph, P. 5 19 0 0 0
Nollpy. J. ... 4 12 I n 0 0 .000
M. KrnltiiH, P 3 9 10 0 0 .000
Arao J 3 9 0 0 0 0 .000
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There is a rumble In tho air thut
a new hand will take tho hcliii for
tho piomotlon of tho next fistic con-
rlavo between local pugilists.
That right arouijd the corner are cold
drinks and a warm welcome
You need 'em both these days
"It's The Fashion"
The Two Jacks.
NEW LEAGUE WILL
Prosoccts Bright for Goofl Season of
Popular Sport Hard-Fought
Tlio new scries of baseball will
'open tip tomoriow nt (tlio leaguo
RroiuidH. mill It la expecjted mat It
will lc welcomed I))' a h
g crowd of
town people as well us
ho fans of
Tlio All-Military nine
Ivlll line tip
against the tit. I.otlls College nine for
t lie opcntiif; Runic, mid there Is n.i
doubt that It will be a sIiiikrIo for
lift1, as the first gnmo will glvo a
certain lead to nil that will follow
-and f i om the lineup there will 'lw
a good number of Rallies pl.icd (lur
ing the season.
Tho st (mil tiiFslo tomorrow wlH
bo between the N. O. II. ami the Ma
rines, unil It goes without saying that
tliTs will bo right up to the point
and will give nil who attend tlio
worlb of tbrlr money.
It Is piMK.-int to note the opening
up of the K'iimiii again, for It Is a
miiu thing tli.il whoever goes to the
leaguo gioumls or to any other
giounils for tho purpose of seeing a
g.imo of baseball always return to
town pa Hulled Here luck tu th
J Li 4
Two Tennis Experts Play Hard
Foup;ht Game McLouRhlin Nbt
Up to Fonn.
Ilrookllne, Mass., July 25 When
William A, Ijtrned, the present na
tional champion ami holder of the
Ionguood challenge boul, met and
defeated Maurice K. Mclxiughllii, tho
Pacific coast expert, this allernoon,
In tho challenge round of tlio ling
wood Cricket Club annual singles
tournament. It gave I ho followers
of this spoit their II rut opportunity to
get n linn on tho relalhe merits of
these two players, the former tho
grtatcst tennis player yet turned out
by this country, and tho letter a boy
picked by many lo become' tho great
est tennis player of the world. The
scoro was C-2, 4-6, G-l, C-.'l.
MclOilglln in ado his llrst appear
ance In tho Cast last year .taking part
In the national championships at New
port and tho intercollegl.ilo champion
ships later, lie was also ono of tho
American team Hint wont to Australia
In'rpiPHt of tho Davis challenge tro
phy. At Newport be was (Ideated In
tlio Kcinl-llnal round by W. J. Cloth
ier, who lost to Ijirned In tho final
round. In tho Intercollegiate cham
pionships ho was defeated in tlio final
rouml by ,V. !. Johnson, tho player
ho so easily defeated u the final
round at l.ongwood Katurilav. In
Australia ho was handily deflated by
both llrooks and Wilding
That thero has been a great ini-
prmemont In bis playing during tbe.ent's errors,
imul vnnr lu inrv nitliiirntll lint nu
yet It has bpen Impossible to say Just
how much lie has Improved, as ho lias
not bepti pushi'd to his limit.
Although thero aro few of -tho east-
POLO TOMORROW ,0AHU LEAGUE
WILL BE GOOD1 HOLDS MEETING
Oahu nnd Kauai Will Chase the Ball
Interest in Game Intense
Social Feature Good
Tho first polo gilino of the season,
plaeil nt Moaujlun Inst Wednesdny,
hns whetted tho appetite of the pub- night. There seemed to bo an lin
lie for more of the same kind of prcsston nbroad that tho newly. In
sporl, nnd according to tho program augurated big leaguo wag gotten up
they will get It on tomorrow after, for the express purpose of throwing
noon at the same time nnd pla-e. blocks In the wny of tho Oahu
Notwithstanding the long Interval league, but with a well sprinkling
between the polo seasons. It is plain- of oil on tho troubled waters, smooth
ly manifest, by tho crowd that at- sailing was soon in play, with n frco
tended tho opening gnmo of tho so-, wind and no chops,
rlcs this year, that the Interest in; Tho whole trouble camo about
tho game Is more than holding It) through tlio fact that some of tho
own with the public. I members of tlio Oahu leaguo wcro to
The grateful horsemanship tlltt-' participate in tho series of the lU
played by the contestants Is not tlio league, and this move was objected
least attractive feature of tho game, j lo by a number of those present. A
and tho pretty ponies themselves motion was finally mndo nnd carried
teem to know that thoy arc on ex-
hlbltlon and glvo their movements!
nu extra ttlck when on the Held.
Tomorrow afternoon tho Kauai and
Oahu polo teams will try conclusions
on the livid, and It Is expected that
as good n game will eventuate n.)
that played on Wednesdny.
Kioni those who hnvo seen polo
plncd In different parts of tho world
it Is learned that tlio local polo
gioumls nro tho eipial of liny parts.
Tho grounds hcio form n natural am
phitheater, sloping hills forming ths
sides of the nrona, from which van
tage every spectator can sco ovcry
move on tho field.
Provision is mndo for a larger
crowd than was present on Wednes
day, and the refreshment feature,
after the game, will bo up to and
ahead of that social event nt tlio
first game of tho season.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
The tennis experts who sailed for
Maul wllb Hi" avowed purpose of
doing up anything tennis that .Maul
can produce, arc now on tho ground,
and the local racket-wleldcrs will
roou hear how went tlio games.
i:erybodyntcup on their toes
awaiting the polo match th.it will bol
pulled off tomorrow at Moanalua.
Tho contenting ponies and plnjers
aro In tip-top shape for n haril
1 1 niggle.
What lias become of tho Marathon
promoters? Arc "wc all of us" not,
to enjoy another trot lu Ilalelw.-t?
Piactlbo for the foursome golf
game on tlio 21st is going on. It
will be a royal battle.
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ern followers of tho game who expect
hltn In trlniiiiili nirr tlm lirphnnl
champion tills year, they aro piettyljj
well ngrced thut ho Is tho coining jM Secretaries nnd managers of 11
champion. Ho Is the most aggresshe ! "thlcllo clubs nro Invited to t-end 11
player that lias been seen on eastern." '" "l0 ,,n,C8 "f "" 0VCl8 hMt n
courls In boiiio tlino Ills strokes urn " "'pv ""y '" BPttlng up, for In 11
powerfully played and bo relies groat- "rtlou under tho nbovo hcad.it
ly on his speed and hard smashing to Address nil communications to tl
win his games, and not on bis oppon- n the- Sporting IMItor, Ilullotlu, tt
Johnson was decidedly
litt hlu f-lllllp KatimblV. tlllft Mcllllcll-
lin bad little more limn a piacllco
j match, taking advantage of his big
I lead lo try strokes which bo would
never play In a closo match.
Hotel near Fort
Will Start New Series First,, Sunday
In September The Big League
Wants Oahu Players.
Criticism figured somewhat in tho
meeting held by tho Oahu league last
that tho playing of an Oahu league
man In the big series would not In
lorfcro with his standing In thu Oahu
This league ended Its first scries
last Sunday, and It wiib decided that
the new scries would not bo s'tartcd
up till tho llrst Bundny In September
Manager Notlcy stated before tho
meeting that a number of Oahu
league members had been approach
ed nnd been Invited to play in tho
big leaguo that begins Its series to
morrow. This had been donp wltu
out consulting lilm lu tho matter,
mid ho expressed tho opinion '.(lint
men who plnjcd lu tho big league
on .Saturdays would not bo lu 'a ,fil
cond 1 1 lou to piny their proper gnmo
wllb l ho Oahu league on Sundays.
Tho matter of n preliminary game
with tho Wnscilns during, tho1 latter
part of August wan brought up, but
It was not settled mid was carried
over tu some future meeting,
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TO MEET K IHH
Pugilist Madison has gono to llllo
to have a try at Do Mcllo, mid It U
tbought that ho boy will bring back
more iu'Uipv than ho took nwny.
Madison's Mylo seemed to hit the
fancy of tho local boys as lo what
a llghlor should be. From the ox
hlbltlon ho gave In his little discus,
slou with Sarconl, bo proved that ha
was a clean lighter and could look
defeat In tho fuel It It should coma
without nny foul lighting.
Tlio local lovers of tho manly nrl
will await with interest tho outcome
of tho go between Madison und Do
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a A"K-. 13. St. Iuls vs. Military, ti
" N. (.!. II. vs. Mnilnes. ii
n A,1K; 2"- K1- l'""lH V8- - " n
it Military vs. Punnhou. it
it Oahu Juniors, tt
ti August 13. C. A. C. Jrs. vs. ti
ti Asahls. it
ti August 13. Mu Hocks vs. Pntu- tt
ii ma. it
ti Qolf, tt
ti August 21. Foursome, Country ii
ii Club. , it
tt Cricket. it
ti August 13. Mali Ii. ti
it Tennis. tt
ti August K. O. Hall Cup. it
il August 13. Maul vs. Honolulu, it
tt Augiiht 13. Kauai vs. Oahu.
tt Augurt 17. Cavalry vs. O.ihu
ti August 20. Kaunt vs. Maul.
tt Augiiht K,. Y. M. C. A. vs. Tort tl
ti Shuflur It
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