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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 26, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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P.VRNINH lllll.l.trrlN, HONOLULU. T II., MONDAY, HINT. 2C, 1910.
' Hardware, 'fouls, Pai.Js and Oils,, Stoves,.
Household Goods Sporling'feoods' '" '
Bicycles, and Firearms ."
We have what yon want, nnd wc want you to have it. Call up
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.,
J. A. MAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur So wall & Co., Bath! Me.
Parrott fc Co., San Franoi&co '
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(aniNHEir. automatic sprinkler)
Neuman Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
M "' I It 'll tft
ii ':'. Fi
Jfcv rf .
' 'Ask'" your Grooer for
firm and deli
like the aver
O" Now bring on your 1
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
W, C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
WINES AND LIQUORS
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
Wt deliver to til parts of the city twice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
i , WEf GUARANTEE 0U5 GOOD!
COUNTRY TENNIS PLAYERS ALL
REACH HALL CUP SEMI-FINALS
COLLINS, GREENFIELD, EKLUND AND LOW STILL IN THE
RUNNING YOUNGEST PLAYER EKLUND LOOKS TO
HAVE CINCH ON TROPHY.
There wus somo remarkable, ten.
nls iluccl on Saturday during the
matches that reduced the llnll Cul
cotitetantB to four. Low, Collins,
Hkluiid and Greenfield won their
Kcnts, iind the vanquished ones were
Castle, Sinclair, Stccro und Water-
when all In. Sinclair played a lino
cd, nnd tho country player evened
things up nnd made tho scoro flve.
Wntorhmtse won the eleventh
game, und that waB nil ho could do,
as Greenfield took tho twelfth, thlr-,
tec u tli and fourteenth, and thereby!
annexed the match. The play wns'
good at times and Wntcrhouso ecrv-j
cd In excellent fashion. Ho got In)
eomo peaches of firsts, and rarely
inftdo a fault. Urecnflcld, however,
placd tho hotter game on tho day,
and it seemed fated that Hwn Bhould
win all tloug the lino.
game, and It may hye Ve7n "lit" ho' " .1 '"
cn in. , TT ,. .i - nil wll " PlyI. ' natehes wl
cpoled so much during the t(md Col b , Jv ',,, (,rco,irioll, Vl
llus w.. aid out, that he could not, EkuH, T' 8Clg ' t of fivo ,.
get up steam properly again. . In
hno to bo won to decide, tho mnt-
wcro lctorlous over Castle nnd Sin
clair, respectively. Tho Oulllns-SIn-tlalr
inatcli was remarkable In two
ways. Tho winner took two sets
out of three, but his total garnet)
only cntne to 14, whereas Sinclair,
who lost, raptured :C games.
Collini Knocked Out.
In the third nnd deciding set of
tho Odllnn Slnclnlr match, Collins
met with an accident that laid Mm
out for come time. It wus In tho
third game, and tho scoro stood at
two-love, deuce. There had bcen'h
long rally, nnd finally Sinclair hit
a ball that when high In tho air
and Just fell over the net. Collins,
who was playing way back, started
In on u sprint to get tho ball' before
It bounded for the second time; ho
got up h great paco and, reaching
for the ball, at the last possible mo
ment, slipped on the court nnd, both
feet going from under him, tit on
Ills bnck with bis feet under tho
net. The unfortunato player slid
under tho net nnd then crimo down
on the back of his head with a
frightful bum J He wns -knocked
out clean nnd had to be carried ttj
tho dressing room, whore ko water
was applied und ha was brought
Collins wus unnblo to play for
some twenty minutes or so, but as
soon us he grasped the fn-t that no
ono had swntlcd him on tho Jaw
with a wicked left, tho gamo young
Australian Insisted on going out and
finishing tho set and match
Slnclnlr wus most nttcntlvo to his
stricken opponent, nnd offered to do
un thing In the way of postponing
the match that Collins enred to do.
Tho latter, however, started playing
again, und, stiungo to say, got up
bolter form than ho had shown Im
mediately before the fall. Amid
cheers frum tho Kwa looters, Collins
took gamo nftor gamo until ho had
the score btanding nt three-all; then
he took the seventh game, to thirty
and looked nil over a winner. The
eighth' gaine, however, wont to Sln
clnlr, and four-all wij clilled.. 'Tho
mirth gamo was won by Collins nft
cr two deuces, and then Sinclair
evened things up by capturing tho
tenth game. Collins wus, however,
not to bo deli led, and he took the
next two games to ihlrty, und with
them tho set and mutch.
Sinclair plnjod great tennis, and
after losing tho first sot 7-C, ho
turned around und beat Collins C-0.
Tho third set, as related nhovo, went
to Collins, 7-K. It was n groat
match, and.ColllnB showed reul grit
Don?trForget That Ther.e lJiciqus
Every Day Freq 11:30 to 1 i SO, 4nd 1:30 to 0:30 at
Honolulu .Institute for Physiotherapy
CORNER BERETANIA AND RICHARDS STREETS P. 0. BOX 440
Open From 8 A. M, to 7 F. M., Except Sunday
All kinds of Electric. Light Baths (blue, red, white and violet).
Steam Baths; Turkish, Russian, Fine Needle, Nauheim, Carbonio Acta
and Oxygen, or Medical Baths; Massage, X-Rays and High Frequency,
Special attendant for ladies,
the second set Sine air. although , ,, bot lnalchcg ifQ , bo
smug u hundlcnp of fifteen, only .. , ,, ,,,, ,, , ,,,
houhc. Two of tho inutcbcs went ,IUTO t0"' l0 K U0!""1" lll" Imrd if ho Is to defeat Collins, ns
tho full thrcu sets, und they wcro!onee- a,ui l,ml WU8 '" H'o.slxth gamo .... iattcr tc,c,vc. nftccn while tho
tho ones In which Low nnd Collins' w,lon "ailicd deuce. Tho fullCnpln ntC0II behind scrntch.!
oiuru oi mo milieu wus: uoiiius
wins, 7-3, 0-ti, 7-5.
Another match that attracted
much attention was that between
tho youngest player In the tourna
ment, Kklund, nnd Stccrc. Tho vet
eran hnd to give the lad fifteen, nndl There were two Bkntlng races at
It was too much of n handicap. Half tho rink last night. The first wns
fifteen would have made the match' not so good as the Bccond. Joo
very Interesting In fact, half fit-' Kieltas and Joe Frnync put up n go
teen would have been fairer for a! that wns devoid of Interest, as Fre
lot of men In the tournament than llns wnr far too fast for the other
Thou Greenfield Is up against n hard
pioposltlon when ho has to glvo Kk
lund fifteen, nnd It looks us If the
"kid" will win out.
Jt tt it
DOTS AND DASHES.
tho handicaps allowed.
'Tho first tct went to Kklund, who
lost only ono game, nnd It wns seen
Unit the "Kid" should have no trou
1)16 In winning with his handicap.
Kklund Is an easy-going youngster,
and no has been nlavlnc tennis ever
Mie lie wns big chough to hold a
rncquVt. In 1ho Becond set Btecro
did better, nnd he made tho young
ster liancc around a little. How
cer, Kklund was loo good, and ho
took tho second spasm, C-3. "An
other one for the scrnp pile," yelled
C. O. Ilockus as Stccrc wended bi-l
wuy to the pavilion,
Low vs. Castle.
Tho Low-Castle match provided a
Jjul. Thi second rute was better,
and fast tlmo was put up by George
Wilkinson, who defeated Manuel
Prcltas by about half a lap. Tho
mile wns cut out In 3 tnln, 12 1.2
sec., und Wllk'lnson skated well.
Jim Hono, tho native boxer. Bays
he Is willing to have n go at Hnur
socks any old time that a promoter
will come along with u proposition.
Hill Hulhul Is looking nftcr tho na
tho lnd's interest, nnd it Is probable
that K. J. 1-ovn will mnnngo n box
lug show before long.
A compniiy of Filipino acrobats
and Jugglers are In town nt present,
und they will glvo a Bbow ut the
surprise for the Bpcctators, for tho 0r)hcllm T..Clltcr KrIdny ana st
champion was rather expected to ,ay Il(.,lt Mcn w,l(J havo bc0I
win oui'irom mo capmiu. ino nrsi lhom .)crform r0I,F,ier them to bo
set, nlthough won by Low to three . wonderful at sonie feats.
games, wns n tough one, und the :
rcoro stood at ono-all for so long MnJ K took hnm, ftt Ul0
1,11,1 oycrjoouy uiougiu mo umpire crcKct mc Saturilay um, man.
wns nBlccp. However, it was only n, ,, , ,,, , ,,,r ,,,
case ol n dozen or so deuces nnd
ccry paint fought to tho bitter end.
In tho second set Cnstlo complete
ly reversed the trorc of tho first nnd
won out with o.iBO, 0-2. Cattle was
nt hU best In this set, nlthough It
wns seeii Hint ho needed practise.
He luiB not played any tennis to
speak of for n couplo of months nnd
hit n bit wild nt times on Saturday.
The third set went to Low, who' re
peated 'the good work he did in tho
first set nnd won out by just tho
snmo score. Tho figures for tho
nuilch wore: Low wins, 0-3, 2-0,
Greenfield vs. Vaterhouse.
On tho, Pacific courts curly In 'tho
afternoon, tho Orecnfreld-Wnterhouso
match wns plajcd, nnd n peculiar
ono It was, too. Urecnflcld won out
In two sets straight, und tho scoro
was ,0-0, 8-0. Wntorhouso did not
seem to be nblo to get going proper
ly in tho first set, nnd Greenfield
made very few mistakes. In tho
second sot Waterhouse camo nlong
with n wet Ball und ut one stage had
the scoro standing u(t 0-4 In his fa
vor nnd thirty lovo. Then at the
It costs something .to run nu clec
tile light tournament, nnd S50 Is
supposed to bo tho flgifto that has to
lin tuilil fnr llcht 'nnd other tlilnirs
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iij- inu wj., na biucK hi, ins guns critical momont tho town man fall- at the"Manoa,' courtB.
aged to uiako ono run before bolng
bowled. Tho lady Is a biothcr of
Tim Constnblo, who, ii'ioiing to
tho morning paper, is u "ihnmplon
Thcio wcro two gittncs of liqso-
ball ut Aula l'arlc yestorduy nnd both
attracted u largo crowd. Shebu's
team beat tho "Little Onoa" by a
scoro of 24 to 13, nnd tho Jupaneso
High School beat tho Kusos 9 to 7,
Joe McGurn is back In town und
Is looking for a match with someone,
about his wolght. Charllo Itellly
has taken up his trado of moulding
nnd Is doing well. Ho, too, will
box an j body who conies along.
Tho Myrtle and Healanl young
stcra nro In training for a rnco that
will surely come off in tho future.
The lads nro doing good work nnd
nro developing a lino stroke that
will Improvo with tlmo.
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J r"v.-. ' ,-wmm t -m, m w.w. Hrw
ill', m i l i " Ji- r ff-iiii .
ii.vl; " , ' i ,'" i
From 11:30 till 1:00 we serve a tasty Mnch
with a glass of beer. It is becoming very
popular with business men it's well cooked
and well served. .
Drop in and try it out.
"It's The Fashion"
The Two Jacks. Hotel near Fort
GREAT PADDLING RACE
'On Saturday nftoruoon tho much-tnlked-ot
canoe race between the
ICona crew und the Jinolcs took
place, and although tho crows had
changed canoes,, the Kuna boys won
out ingain. They thus proved that
their victory ovef tho hnolo bunch
on Hcgatta Day was no fluke. It
took tho Konn crew seven minutes
and fifty-one seconds to cover tho
courso, nnd the Honolulu canoo
crossed the finishing lino Just eight
seconds Inter. , 4
There was a largo crowd nt tho
Myrtle Ilont Club, and great Inter
est was taken In tho event. Mony
n wuger of n lint or two was made
about the race, and both tho crews
had plenty of admirers'.
Tho tinoles Jiad the Inside courso
nnd hoped that the surf would help
them along n little. It did not muko
any difference us fnr as could bo
seen, however, and for most of tho
course tho canoes wcro nearly level.
When passing tho Myrtlo shed there
wns little to chooso between them,
nnd It was not till within a Bhort
distance of, the Inlsh that the Konna
shot ahead and, gaining nt every
stroko, went on nnd won by almost
three cni;pc lengths.
There wns a purso of $100 lufng
up, nnd tho Ivqnn men will go back
to tho Dig Island wishing that thero
wcro regattas about three times a
year. Tio incntnro a hardy bunch
and they send their canoe through
the water at n great paco whon,
working at their lop speed. Tho
orowj wero ua follow:
Konas Una, btroko; John Knliin
hlwa, 1; David Makuaolo, 2; Tula
klko Mahlku, 3; Kula, 4; Manupau,
Ilnolcs Nuto I'ctcnDii. stroke;
Monk Dodge, 1; Frnnk Melanphy,
2; l'cto Young, 3; ll.m Hitchcock,
4; Husty Drown, enptntn.
IS PUZZLING TANS
MISS LAUREL ATKINS,
MR. FRANK BLAIR,
. t , , THE BEST
IN THE CITY.
Admission 16c, 10c, Sc.
Corner Nuuanu and Fauahi Streets
The Banana Man. i'
Ji WISE & MILTON
Singing, Dancing and
III ' " '"Comedy Artists
i! LATEBTj .-MOTION. FICTURES
. ALOHA ll.TIIIOt;.SK.
School .of . rhyslcul Culture
Sclcntlllc Mnssiige, Medical
Gymnastics (Swedish Move
ments). I-adles" llenV U!d Children's
classes. Hours: a. in. to 10 p.
m. and Private Instruction.
.Mr. iinI.iv Illorkiiiuu (of
ltoyul Snedlsh Gyinn. Inst.)
Mnsbcur nnd Instructor of
who dropped In
now Is doing th
Seals In San Francisco, is causing it
lot of speculation, as. may be seen
from tho following' nrtlcto 'thut is
clipped-from''tho Chronicle of Sep
Who and w,hnt Is "Mysterious"
Mitchell? ) Tho muzlq that has been
bothering tho Const League fans Is
still unanswered. Refusing, to poso
for photographs or to tail; to news
paper men, refusing also to explain
to either Kid Mohlcr or Danny Long
what his name Is und whero ho
comes from, the San Francisco
twlrler Is the object of much curi
osity. As the story goes, he applied
to M oilier ut Portland for a berth.'
At that tlmo he said his nnmo wns
V' Mitchell, nnd that ho pitched bull
for tho University bt Nebrnska, It
la' nttp Bald of him thut ho said to
lion kVV' Who I am! or whero i' camo
fromducsn't make any difference,
Ifrtlho, Contract SiiJrill right, I wlllf.
The drink ,qf those, who know that
it is the finest gin ever imported into
Made by F. Loonuyt & Co.. in
Refused to, GiVo Real Name
But Signed On to Play, ;
from nnwhero, nnd ' '",UE " ;
o twirling for iW-.g"". Kolland'
Delivered to any part of the city,
'' ' !PRICE,'$2.00 A BOTTLE
ROSA & CO.,
Alakcn and Queen Streets
DICK SULLIVAN. Proprietor
King and Nuuanu
Jllfjvjt,'' Porhnpi;iit the end of tJio
'Beasojj,-! Svlll tell jj'on who I am. And
peifi(uif! will nift tfcll you."
-tins uecmiur lutMiia ui
5i0fti'a testl8ea)tc by i
ianday baseUAtu fand'tloe
rporq myttfti.iiHlj Mues to play
Sunday baseUAtb fand'tloes not usso
date- with the mon of his own1 dfub
outsodo of playing hours. j
It has been surmised that he comes
from one of the major leagues nnd
is playing under an assumed name.
Ills work of yesterday, nlthough ho
Is n good man for tho Seols, would
not indicate that he Is n brg leaguer. I
Undoubtedly he has hud bomo expo-j
rleuie In tho professional or scml
profcsslonnl ranks. It may be a de
sire to retain his amateur standing
or his deslro to obtain notoriety that
has brought about this reticence.
The now'omer Is about six feet
';iream Pure Rye
FOR SALE AT ALL BAR!
ROYAL ACADEMY DANCE.
The Royal Academy of Danoine
will give an Apron and Necktie
In height, rather a heavy man hut Dance on TnUBSDAY, October 0, at
ast on his feet. Ho I. n poor Held- m FeUows. jraU 8'0. locfc Ad.
Ing plteher, and his best ball Is the mjion. aentlemen 60 uits 25
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