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EVENING tlULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.-II.. FIIIDAY. SErT. 9. 1910.
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The, Scenic Attraction of California
M A valley of great beaut; and grandeur, unique in iti
Micmblance 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 Paciflo and Santa Fe.
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OUJ.YI HY CM'II.
INSTITUTION IS IN GOOD
Many Niw Members Have
Joined During Year Bowl
ing Green Is Suggested
May Challenge Coast Club,
1,'aut uilftlit ill tliu Young Hotel
roof griidcii, tliu Ouhu Country i.'lub
liclil itb mutual meeting, .mil every
tiling went nit well. (JUlccrs fur the
cntnltjK ycai worn elected
cr business attended to. Tho
tcr ot the Slcwnit Cup ooinictltlnn
wanted tii help It along. Now tticy
with to tiatiifcr borne of tliu shares
tu tliclr clilldrcn. TliU privilege
wnti granted on the understanding
that nil memhcis are alike, hut that
the, shales can only lie transferred
to children ot members, ami that
these buns mill helm must lie over
sixteen years ot ago.
Another piuporal Unit was innilo
cnily In the, evening a.ih that tho
Honolulu Country ("lull Issue a chal
lenge to tliu San 1'iaui-lsro (Jolt
C'lul). This matter will ho consider
rit later on, us It would lie a good
hit ot promotion work for Hawaii II
htought to a head.
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ROWING CLUBS WILL
July bpeeially Invited Guests
Allowed In Boalliouses,
SAlVfS VS. itxs.
LAST GAME DID
NOT DECIDE MATTERS
Public- Wants to See Special
Scries Between Teams
2 to I Score and Bad Umpir-
Provo Nothing Say Puns.
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RACE tt COMINQ EVENTS, tt
Hnnit Will Rn Fit mirl Rnntlv ' Secretarial nnd maiingcrd of H
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About October first
tt athletic clubs urn Invited tu bend tt
lit III tho ilalci of any cicuts which tt
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lilt'; limy iiu K IUIIK HP lur 111
Jerry llrodcrUk la anxiously tt rerllon under tho iilio hend. tt
awaiting an answer to his challenge :: Address nil tiimmunltallous to tt
to race hU'maie, Ciilt, ngaliitt any tt tho Hportlng lMilor, IJ u 1 1 u 1 1 n.'tt
other horse In tho Territory. .Ier tt tt
liars none and will make tliu prop tt Oahu Juniors. ti
osltlon look hotter hy laln; llinu M Sept. II. AsnliH b. Palatum. U
to $-1(1(1 that hht innro wins. S1 Sept. II Mil lorkn vs. Asahls. tt
Tim raeo would havo to he over ; M Golf. It
three- quarter - mllo distance, an I H Oct. 1.1 Four Hall. Foursome.
around about tho nrst week In Octo- U t' , Moaii.ilin.
tier uonlil lio tlin lient limn tttr I 111' " Cricket.
event. Ilrodorlck Is stnrthiB to gel " sl'1 M.Ht Ii 'it
Coplt Into condition, mid tho marc U " , . T.cl?.""' .!
nepi. i. ii. nan up
e. H. 9$
Theie Is the usual bquablile going
It haa liueii ilecldeil, lis predicted on about tho respecthu merits ot
In )cilcrd.i'H 'II u I let In, that' the Halnts and runs, ami all lovers
tho lle.ibuls and Mjrtlea will not of elenn sport would llko to bco tho
two teams get together for a spe
cial eciIcs. It Is all poppjrock tor
Is ton largo for that sort of tho saints to allege that they nro
mid tiCi , keep open hoiao at their clubs un I
rho mat- iicgatt.i lUy. Tho population of tho'
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came up, nml n Bugsesllon was inailol t,ng nowadays, and the only way to' loo good for the runs, as was stated
that tho tiophs bo uffcird for uiil,i iiiimii in in liu.nu ends or badges lit Thursday's morning paper. A 2
open tournament. This was booiiji,, tlc fi lends of tho members who to 1 sioro docs not convince all''
squelched, u tho tup had been ilo-jaie Invited to asi.cinblo at tho olub-! body, nml tho fact that a bum tied
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natcd bv Mr. titcwnit as u small
token of the cbtccin In whlrli ho
held the members of tho Country
Club who had treated him bo hos
pitably while ho was in tho Terri
tory. Tho chairman of tho houso com
mittee, J. I). Dougherty, ie.nl his re
port to the meeting, ami It contain
ed' some encouraging announce
ments. There had been n larger at
tendance at Hie clubhouse ilurlni;
last yuur than during nliy othor llko
ierod.. , Many efitritalimieiits had
been gUon, nnd numbers of dinners
and luncheons were enjojed nt tho
club. This latter feature was u
great success, ns most people who
went up tu the club on Sundays.
t.laed all day and had a good time.
According to tho report, the club
'Is In a flourishing condition, and the
mcmheiriilp roll is longer than over
before. Many now members have
Joined ami much Interest was taken
In tho competitions that wore pro
moted during the year.
There was sumo talk at the meet
ing of establishing u bowling green,
nnd the matter teemed to Mml favor
with those who havo had tho pleas
ure of rolling a bowl up to a "Jack"
on a hllllaril-tablo llko green. Tho
gamo of bowls Is one uf tho best,
as far ns skill and brains go, and If
tho game were established hero (hero
would bo a gicat rush of men who
11 ml tennis and golf too strenuous,
Karly In tho bcsalon there wan
much deliberation over a proposed
amondment that extended to litem-
bcis the right to transfer stock In
tho club to tliclr children, KverVr
ono Joining tho club' has to purchase
one sharo of stock direct from "tlic
rlub, ami then there is no Initiation
The certificates were made non
transferable, for otherwlso members
could turn their slock over to out
siders, who would become members
without contributing to. tho funds
of the club.
When tho club started, many
membors loaded up with mora than
tho twenty shares that wero thought
to ho the maximum number allow
ed to ono man. Theso people wero
entluiblastle over tho club, and
homes. 'Ihoro Is plcut) uf louni for
alt the thoiiuandu who want to see
the races fiuin the waterfront, and
tho bontsheds thcmtclvcs bliould ha
reserved fur bpcclal guests, ns Is the
way all tho world oer.
The llealanls will lesuo badges of
the club colors, anil It Is expected
that the .Myrtles wilt do tho miiuc.
The Idea is a good one, and it will
make tho day all Ilia moro enjoy
able for tho guests uf tho club, who
will bo ah'o to nit Wound comfort
ably without lidlife Tcrowdcd b a
liuirh of free liinchers who gobble
up all tho refreshments In sight and
leave pono for tho peoplo who were
specially Invited to' partake of them
The crews that aio to take patt
In tho regatta were all out on the
harbor )osterday, and some good
work was done.
NO NEW SCHEDULE
FOR 0AHU LEAGUE
Another Meeting Next Thurs
day to Arrange Matter,
There was no meeting ftrst night
to speak of at tho unices of Charlie
Chllllngworth. The Oaliu league
wanted to sec W. V. Harris, and get
an accounting fiom him with regard
to the Wased.i series, hut Harris U
a busy man nowadays, and ho did
not turn up at the meeting. The
consequence was that no action was
taken by tliu Icnguo lu regard lu
tho arranging of tho second series
tho Athletic Park games.
It. Is getting late In tho year, nnd
something should he done to settle
up tho. affairs of tho league and get
tho games going. Otherwlso tho
Oahu League will be up against the
snjne kind uf a proposition as they
were last jear, when tho iittcndanro
fell away to almost nil and tho
games wore a farce.
slon was given when Hamilton was
called out at third, on Saturday hist,
docs not help any.
Tho Saints aro a gocVl bunch of
plujcrs, but they uro no better than
tho funs that Ib, It rejualns to he
proved. Tho I'uns nro ready to take
on the Saints for a special scries,
nml tho proposition should go
through. I'cople want to bco base
ball ut tho Icaguo grounds, utcil tho
only hope outsldo of Importing
lot of ball-plajcrs from tUciUiUnlan
of getting the game going properly
Is to Interest the funs In sonio sc
ries such as Is mooted between tho
Saints, and Tuns.
Thorfl have been nil sorts of kicks
registered about the umpire who of
delated at tho last gamo between the
l'uns nnd Saints, mid statements
havo been niado to tho effect that
that ofllclal "had It In" for two of
tho I'unahou plajcrs. Yesterday tho
l'uns were talking freely of tho suh
Jert, and they feel that they should
have another go at tho Saints.
Hut, taking It any way ono
pleases, h.u'ch.ill is In a bad, way III
this town; the Junior games aro tint
worth bothering much about, unit tho
"big" league does not seem able to
draw a decent-sized crowd. There
has been too much b.ibcball, .all tho
j ear round, and tho gamo Is nearly
killed. There Is otto chalice uf get
tiug the public Interested, and that
Is to havo the two best teams in
Honolulu tho Saints and l'uns
liatllo out a scries to finish up tho
Noxt year Bomcnno with sporting
blood should Import soma fast men
from the Coast, and then Urn fans
would gn out to see them In nctlou,
nnd the local game would bo 1 tit
proved a tot hy the Introduction ot
already looking well. Coplt did re
markably well at tho Kahulul races
on July l'ourth, ami she was Hum
lu magnificent condition.
Ilorso racing Is attracting imp it
attention nowadajs, and tho tluio l
rlpa for soma man or lompnliy to
get lu and nrraiiga for a track,
where two or three meetings a cir
could ho pulled off.
Ilrndcrlck can bo found nt tho
Territory Stables, and aii)one with
a horso that ho thinks fast enough,
can have a match with Coplt.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Tho boxers aro not doing much now
a days and (hero Is n dull expression
In tho faces of tho fight funs. If Dick
Cnllcti comes along on tho next boat
from Australia them may bo sonio
thjng doing In tho wny ot bonis bill
at present there Is nothing much Imp
There wero ipilto n number of oars
men out on tho harbor yestprduy niter
noon and tho hccIi" at the horttshnls
wan an animated ono.
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MISS ALMA LYNDON
From the nicknrd Circuit
BANVARD & FRANKLIN ,
Acrobatic Sketch Team
Dr. Hand is In favor of having n
ten 111 of athletes front Hawaii visit
tho mainland nnd compi'to against the
'stars. The quest Ion of tint umateiir
status of tliu Honolulu men Iiiih to bu
kettlod first, however, and that will
not bo for sonio tlmo to cotno.
Lieutenant Howcn and several clvl
Hans did n great tramp over tho'Kno
lau rangu on Sunday last, and tliey
claim that they went higher than did
tho Company II men. when they did
their hike Mime weeks ago. Ilowcn
reached tho 2,inn elevation and saw
the soldiers' trail below.
GIRLS STAY,, .
'ANU Till: HE3T
IN TII1J city
Weekly II u 1 1 c 1 1 ti ?l per ) car.
From anywhere downtown will take you to the
Best Bar in Honolulu
I03H Nutisnu St
Hvenlnft Bulletin 75c. Pe,i Month
Right around the corner from Fort on Hotel
and there, you are
The Two Jacks,
SANTA IIAltllAKA. August 28. -KxpertH
nu mpiatlc diversions all
ngreo that a lieiltbful nwliu should
not Inst iin 'i III in twenty minutes
and that l main In tin: water inure
than an I .1 Is luvltius rheumatism
ami nth r ilmcnlH. Juit think what
Irt In stoie thou for ou'ng Charles
Kendall, sou of II. T. Kendall, a I'a
sadena multimillionaire, and Harry
Norton, who wcio In tho ley waters
of tliu rnclfloycjitcrday ulternoon for
II o hours. It was not ot tliclr own
volition that tho young men broku the
rules of scientific leaching.
They 'werii marooned, so to speak.
beeaiiso modesty vvvhlch .would not per
mit them to lenvo tho breakers while
four women gazed upon them from the
bench. Had they isisscssetl bathing
suits they would have escaped tliu
torrlblo chilling, but Kolng lntov tho
ocean four lullcs north of tliu city,
where no linusen adorn the strand,
they fell perfectly snfo In strliplns
to tho skin mid enjoying n dip with
out tho cumbersome garments.
Dath Back Into Ocean.
After probably half un hour of fro
lic the two men began to get cold unit
started for hhoro, when to their
chagrin they espied 11 iiimrtet of young
Indies mi tliu bank, having eomu uvl
dently for a bench ten party. Wan
tlcully tho young men dashed hack
into tho ocean, confident that tliu un
welcome visitors would boon leuvo
Hut "ti I"""- "'' I"-'" "''tr slipped
away with tho girls enjoying tho
brueze.i and apparently oblivious of
tho bathers. And they were silting
within u few feot of tho young man's
Girls Refute to Leave.
ShlU'ilng fiom the bitter cold, both
Kendall und Not toil finally becuiito
desperate und mado pntliollc appoaU
to tliu girls In go homo Tho effoils
I wnr.. in miii nml thn sun had gone
'down befoio they mado a inovo Tho
; young men had been lu tho water for
uIhiuI Uio hours, and declaru the)
iwoio nimrly fioieli tii death.
I It was U'.iliicd todn) that tliu 10a
leiiu the girls did not comply with the
reipiiikiM was bvcnuu tlmy weiu n
ipiuiti't of minus uud hud no Idua wliii.
tho bullous wanted, tltlnkltiK their
wold gesticulations w,,u aioomiuiil)'
In Invitations tu Join them In the
Corner Nuuanu and Tauahi Streets
Tlic Greatest Australian Tenor
WISE & MILTON
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, .Benefit Dance
Next SATURDAY EVENING, Sep.
tcmbcr 10. 1010, at Lusitana Hall,
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Hon Social Club. Refreshments free'..
TiekcU-nt door: Gents 50c. Ladiej
25. Everybody cordially invited.
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