Newspaper Page Text
' kf ( ?"
ft".1 - i
EVENING nUU.r.TIN, HONOLULU. T II, BATI'MIAY. SUIT, a, 1910,
Wc tarry in stock a l.irt;c nssorlr.ii.nl of these fine
MACHINISTS' and EN3INEERS' TOOLS. Write to us for
a catalogue and pricei on anything in this line that you
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
SIli 9 n Kay II ,1 m
If It's Paint
.And you want a good jod. see me tom stiAnp
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1G97 ELITE BUILDING
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sowall & Co., Bath, Mo.
Parrott & Co., Sau Francisoo
Bndgor'3 Firo Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
fMUNNKLL AUTOMATIC SFRlNKlEHi
Nouiuan Cloolc Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
, Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
F.ORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
Evening bulletin 75c. Per Month
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique in its
isscmblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A QuicR,
Daily 'train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe,
0. W. LEHMER. Trafflo Monaster. Y. V. R R.. Merted, Cal.
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, Fine Needle, Nauheim. Carbonic Acid
and Oxygen, or Medical Baths; Massage, X-Roys and High Frequency,
Special attendant for ladies
When we get your wireless call for HELP,
we will come to the rescue with (food old
i i - PRINTER'S INK i
tOOD ADVERTISING HAS SAVED MANY BUSINESS ME
ROM FINANCIAL SHIPWRECK
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO,. LTD.
SOOTH AFRICAN CRICKET
.. IS IMPROVING VERY FAST
"G000LY" BOWLERS ARE PROVING GREAT SUCCESS THE TEAM
SHOULD GIVE AUSTRALIA TOUGH TUSSLE "PLUM" WAR
NER WRITES OF OAME.
Tlio following nrtklo, from 1 V
Wiiriit-r'n ' Sidelights on Cricket,"
wild leiorenco I') tint rapid rise of t lie
South Afilc.au cilckcUrn will. In view
of the propused visit to AiiKtriitln, h
ro.ul with lntcru.it by many Honolulu
When It In remembered Hint tliu
llr. t Leglniilugs in South African
c rlikot du.e from tliu lour (if Major
Wl nrlon i Ic.iiii In tlio winter nf
lSi.8-'.l, U will he admitted Hint thu,
rim (if t'otilli Alrlcu In tlui world of'
cricket h:n lueti ( xtraorillnnrlly
rapid; lint ilioui;li tlio rivalry between
English :wd South African crlrkcter..
mil look liack to it sinning iHiliit of
Ipfh thin twenty years, Iriini my own
oxpoiienco I ihonld he tliu tail person
to H.iy tl.at the South Afllcaii cricket
ir (if today wu nwr-uiiihltloua la
tlnnvvlng down the gauntlet to tlie full
strength ol England
The IMM Tram.
It was In tlio )e.ir 1SSS as I hnvt
Hald that Major Wharton organized
tlio llrnt Euglhh team of crlcko'er
which v Lilted South Africa, ami It was
lint ?lx jo.irs later licforo the coed
then row n hud Mitllcttntly matured In
allow tlio youth Afrlcaus lu I eel full
ronlldi'licf III their powers to return
tlio (oiiiiillmont, and to try ((inclus
ions with English ila era on tliclr
own gioitiuK lint tlio South Afrkaii
of 1S1H did little ,o arouse any large
anuiiiiit of attention I:. A. H.illniitl
was a HiiM-clans wicket-keeper; C O
II. Powell, a )oung batsman of tlio
lilRhcKt iiroinlKu; nod U. Howe, a cap
ital xlnw, lell-luuided bowler. The
Rrcat majority of matches were
ugulntit MHnnd-clnss teams, and, on
the whole, thu tour fell rather flat.
Iletween 18RS and 1891 nnothor En
glish eleven, under tlio captaincy of
tho lalo V W Held, lrtltcd tlio Cape,
and returned unbeaten ThU was a
tcry RtroiiR hide, and Included W. U
Murdoch, (1. Dranii, .1. .1. Kvrrln, J. T.
Ileurne, Alee Itearne, Martin I'iiubIut,
and Chntterlou. In 1S!." ami lfl'.iS,
Uird llawkn toured thiiui;liiuit South
Africa, and It waa plain tu all that the
Htniidard of cricket w.ih lmprolnK
year by year, and mi one wiih mir-
prlned when It wiih iinnnunced In 1001
Unit the Fouth Africans felt them
u:'ii HtronK eiioUKh to URaln send an
eleven to llnejund. In every hl llx
turo or tho 1SUS tour the South Afrl
raiiH proved theiiiHelvpR horn IlKhtern
their tenacity In uphill lUhtH equalled
Rome of the fnmoim Australian tcaniK,
I,u t Si'iiKiin'K )I. ('. ('. Team.
The M. C C team which toured S.
Africa liiat veasou found the cricket
Urst-dnsa in etry reapect. The l"n(,'-
llalimen lost the "rubber" because tho
South Africans were u better bowline
team, Faulkner and Schwartz at times
being unplayable The M C C team
was u partlculaily strout; one, and in
cluded If. O. U. Uiveson-Oower (Sur
rey), captain, !' U Kane (Kssex). U
II Slmpson-llaywiird (Worcester
slilro), CapViln I'- O. Wynyard (Hamp
shire). M C lllrd (Surrey), W. C.
Tiirfiifll (Cambridge University), J. II.
Hnbbs (Surrey), II Strudwlck (Sur
ley), V 15. Woolley (Kent), O. .1
Thompson (Northamptonshire), I)
Denton (Yorkshire), "W Ithodes
(Yorkshire), C. Illytho (Kent), nnd C
I' lluckenhniii (I5ssex) Tim majority
of these players llgured against the
la"t Australian XI In tho ' test
Some Clever llimlcri.
Thu off-breaking leg-break of the
lloaliquet ecllool lias exenUed a
great lnlluilico over South African
cricket. It. (). Schwartz wan Ills Drat
disciple, and a still better imitator is
(I. A Faulkner. More accurate In tils
length than llosanuuet -I am thinking
of the Uosnliitiet of thu Australian
to.ir, ISIKM, the period when he was
it his best and fater In pace,
e'aulkner, indeed. Is a howler nf re
markable ability, unu who, on his day,
Is capable of dismissing a stiong bat-
li'g side fur n small acoiu on a good
.vlcket. Ho quickly did ho break the
ball I rom tl.o leg on the matting
.vlcket at Johannesburg that bo nearly
ilwnvs had lu slips, white his com
mand of length was so great that he
had only two men "out," a long-on
and a deep Rquare-lig Something nf
he headwork and strategy of the best
Vustrallaii bowlers Is to be found In
he South African's work In this re
ipeU, and they are superior to thu
Aiistinllans In their power of attack.
Ureal., .spin, or Dck plhiii.
A moderate Junvler, by that f mean
t.le mechanical; ' Hlnleos bowler Is
.isy enough to play on n matting
wicket but llngor-spln-bowlcra nrn
much more dlllliult than on grass, Tor
the ball turns more quickly nnd to u
gi eater extent on matting than on
wrasi, and also rises higher. And so
the South Africans found that to suc
ceed as a bowler It was necessary In
develop exceptional powers of break,
ipln, or deception; and tlio wonderful
liieccss achieved on occasions by
Kusnnquet led thoughtful observers to
study the method lie had adopted, with
the result that teams have found It
very hard to get runs.
.1 (Juiirler of a Century Ago.
The Australians have written their
name in such large letters In the his
tory of Kugllsli cilcket that there Is
no need to refer to their exploits at
this time of day. Hut It may he re
marked that they sprang their cricket
powers on us even more suddenly
than the South Atrlcans, for when tho
first Australian learn came to this
country In 1S7S u good many people
thought that they were black men.
Hut these were the dark ages, when
few people took any Interest In tho
colonies, and fewer still knew where
Australia was. The starting point of
Australian cricket was on that May
uuy, many jears ago now, wlien a
power! ul M. C C team was dismissed
for 33 and III Since that Btartllngly
dramatic match Australia has scarcely
ever looked hack. There may have
been un occasional lean year, but
those have been lost In thu memory
of the many superb elevens' which
5ugllsmen have encountered both
here and on the lovely grounds of
Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide.
"Harks Against Hie Willi.''
Hut over and ubove their uctual
skill Australian cricketers have al
ways been renowned for their fearless
and dogged resistance to udversu cli
cumstances, and fur a supremo power
of "lighting with their backs to tho
wull," it quality which Is shared In
it COMINQ EVENT8. it
it Secretaries and managers of it'
it athletic clubs arc Invited to send it
it in the dates of any events which tt
it they may be getting up, for In- it
tt scrtton under thu abovo head, it
tt Address all comiifunlcatlons to tt
a me sporting e.uuor, uuiieiiu. j
tt tt '
tt Baseball. ti
it Sept. .1. Miliary vs. Marines; St. it
it Units vs. Puliation. ti
tt Oahu Juniors. tt
U Sept. i.C. A. C. .Irs. vs. l'n- it
ti lamas, ti
tt Sept. 4. Mu Hocks vs. Asahls. tt Great Rivalry Between Team;
it Sept. ;. C. A. C. vs. Asahls. i! .lOame Should Be a Fine
ti Sept. C Mu Hocks vs. I'alamas, tt All ex-Students Expected
tt Golf. ! Present.
1 1114 nrlernofin nt Imir.nnBt M..m
o'clock, tho great ball game between CONNIE MARINA
SAINTS AND PUNAH0US
WILL TRY CONCLUSIONS
T.V.I.M IIt.II lii.,ra,i, fl tt
' '"" "" "..., ." ".
it (I. C, Moanalua. ti'
it Cricket. ti
tt Sept. 2. Match.
it Tennis. .
tt Sept. C K. O. Hall Cup.
it Sept. 17. Annual Hognttn.
it it it tt n a tt tt tt tt tt it tt n ti tt
almost as great a degree by tho South
Africans. When one recoljects that
"f years ago the prospect of un eloven
being able to hold Its own against our
best men was looked upon as an Im
possibility, tho rise of Australln, nnd
now South Africa, to un eminence
which the past has proved fully jus
tifies them In challenging "Kngland"
Is a notable proof of tho spread of tho
national game amongst our kinsmen
across the seas. The triangular test
matches between Australln, Kngland
and South Africa should arouse, en
VMS I'l MR Ui
ADULTS 15c CHILDREN 10)
3 P. M. to 10:30 P. M. Conttnuoul
tt the St. Louis College and I'linution
it teams will bo nlaved at ilin lenen,.!
tt grounds. The struggle promises to he ico itvi Tinnu
tt tho best seen on n local diamond ft,,,"00 '"""" '""
it; a long time past, and It Is to bo hoped rrom the Rickatd Circuit
mat tlio rain which 1b threatening nt ,
tho time of writing, iiooi not como BANVARD & FRANKLIN 1
down nnd spoil everything Acrobatic Sketch Team
ino nanus nmi I'uns nre o kit mo
Chillineworth-Thompson Will Have
Biir Go With Prince and Rob-ertson.
Much Interest Is being taken In tlio
pair oar race that will bo rowed be
tween Charllo Chllllngworth Frank
Thompson, and Cupld-Hobcrtsnn All
four oarsmen nrn taking tho race very
Hcrloufly. and last night Chlllliigworth
nnd Thompson did soma great work
down at the I mat shed
Charllo is taking off weight rapid
ly nnd ho expects, to step Into the
Isiat lipping the ncnlejUt 200 piunds
The genial senator Is going to win
this race or pull the sides out of the
boat. His partner, Frank Thompson,
Is beginning to look very fit. and he
Is certainly assuming an athletic ap
Alec Itoberlsou Is an old tlmo oars
man, and he will feel at homo when
ho steps Into tho boat and lakes his
float. Along with tho Prince ho should
do well, und there Is no doubt that no
matter which crow wins there Is go
ing to bo a great raco that will cause
ns much, if not more, Interest than
all tho other events.
Ilegattn Day promises to he a beau
ty, and from all parts enquiries aro
coming In as to the program and num
ber of ovents. Within a short tlmo
tho nlllclal program will ho printed
and more public ,
The Oahu Juniors will play two
games, of baseball tomorrow at the
Athletic I'ark. Tho C. A. 0. Juniors
will meet thu I'alamas, and the Mu
hocks will tackle the Asahls.
W. C, Peacock & Co., Ltd.
MONT BOUGE WINES
TUB WMMHI 01' UOHHOIrW.lIRR
Wi Minr in nil nrii of 4t rl'v iwp illlr
J'AMII.Y THAW A WWIIAI.TY
wr riiiAiMNTrW nun nnnm
No. matter how hot it is outside, if you can keep cool
INSIDE you're all right
Climb out of your office chair and see our mixologist
Tho Two Jiflkfl.
Hole mini' Fori
mi swst w ttmmtmmm
i mi p n 'I inmim i m iwwiwipii i mmmmw
rivals at tho National game, and a
tremendous Interest Is taken In the
doings of both teams. Hundreds of
ox-students of St. I.011I Collcgo will
attend tho game today nnd, ns equally
as many old 1hib from Oahu College,
will ho ou hand, there Is going to bo
a great tlmo In tho rooting line for
The loams should put Up a great
go, nnd It Is hard to say which bunch
will win the honors. The Saints have
won all three games that Ihey havo
played so far In tho "now" leagno se
ries, and It remains to bo seen If thov
can again Inko tho eealp of the I'una
hous ami thrtchy establish n record
of all wins and no defeats.
Tho rtinahniis will do their bewt to
defeat the it llratlmis nf tho Saints,
and ono big Joyful time Is anticipated
by tho fans All (ho regular Mllllnry
rooters will bo on hand, and they will
be augmented by the followers of tho
SalntH nnd I'uns. In fact tho canio
of this n'Jcrnoon is attracting more
attention than any other has for a
long time past.
Tlmo will bo n preliminary gamo
between tho Marines .and Military
nines and It too, should provldo some
gnnd sp t The half-wets arc pitying
good l II lately, mid tho Military
linn.'. -,. not backwards either.
'r : II altogether, tlio afternoons
sport at tho old grounds should he
really good, iii.d muiio of the nldtlmo
enthuslnsm should bo In evidence
when the teams step nut on tho Held
for tho opening Inning
Mrs. L. Greenfield and McKeniie to
Meet Mrs. Patten and Conness
TTnUnlA,, Will Tlln.. TK1.. Al.n
I '""""u ""' T'
Tho final game for the champion
ship of the Island In the tennlB mix
ed doubles will tnke place Saturday
afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the courts
of the Illlo Tennis Club, between
Miss Unilse (Ireeuflold und James
McKienilV, tho iChamplmiH of last
ear, and Mrs. II. V. ratten and I,.
S. Conness, who won tho tourna
ment tills sear, says the Illlo Her
ald. Miss Oreenllcld was away In
Honolulu when the tournament was
completed In Jul), und for this rea
son the challengers were asked If
they wero willing that the match
should bo ilnvil In Soptenibcr. They
agieed to pnstpnno the play Instead
of claiming the cups by default, and
the match on Saturday follows.
It Is oxnected that good tennis
will he seen, ns tho lust two weeks
have seen quite a revival nf the
game here, and there has beoti con
siderable hard praHlte. Miss (Ircen
Held Is pln)itig a hard, fast game,
and MiKciule Is said to be. In Hue
fm m Mrs. I'attcu and Conness
have both been doing numldcriihli'
piartUo work lu addition to the
inalih nielli Inned, thuie will ho a
upeital inalih gmue, Kiln against
llaknluii 'Mm latter plaro will ha
iiiprtwiileil li) I Ned Hiidwui and
I'm 11 1. I'rwsrr, Mil ili Illlo Ivuin lias
lint )el Iimh pliiVed mil II Will M
'111' liyije UWHlHalJiiM UlHl Mil
t'e lonml III tills MU, IkUMtlVtif. KIM)
11 aisn-l MW IK WkM d II
uluUHml lo uU lit ilillN W.telt
iisi.mim ni.4rMH Md Ifikwr
im wmW ft mmi w m ir
Maud Rockwell ,
THOMPSON & DESMOND SISTERS
Song and Dance Artists .
EVA ALVA Acrobatic Dancer
t anu tub m:sr ' A
in Tin: city ' '
Admission Uc. 10c. So.
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
The Greatest Australian Tenor
WISE & MILTON
Sincinc, Dancinc and
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
Learn to Dance
Royal Dancing Academy
Kin? and Nuuanu
DICK SULLIVAN ... .Proprietor ,
M A OT1NST & CO Ants H
SEA WHENS Will DACE
September 11 Will Be Day of ..Race
Bowen's Sea Wren Hiffi a
Leg In. "C
.... ' Mt
Tnmorrnw week tho Bonuul, r'arul
for the Howard Cup .will ho sailed J
nnd tho Swi Wtuna,' will rtiunuts
against one another for tho
The cull has In bo unu twIrnS.in
siud'ssliin In lieiuinu Hie propejfy, of !
any one mini, und nt picnent. itho ;
nea .view, wuiwii oy iiowaiii 1 itm en,
lias 11 leg In.
Unities will elnso (in I'rld.VrtSep-
ti'iuliur , and at liwt, four itanN
are npe tml in n,i ) in rHifflijil
Hie vu Mow wu thu unit IHviyU'
nip will ltd 10 br iiwiwr, llowifd
IHIWnil v 1 ty
1 He rm win Mn m IU
ih urn WmHlHM. M i'J
Ih id tiwM rW m
Imit tip vwy guua wm
w Ibfi Hrt ktmlm
lu mu umtM wll
,M H IM
'tVsSr ksa '