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! IhK'' 10 ' EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY, MAV 3, 1911. ,,
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I SECOND TEAM
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Opening Game of Youngsters
In Triangular School
' Today Is the opcuitiK of tlio senum
for Hie sicunA team hi Hip trinucitlar
league consisting or l'lituiliou. Kitiuc-
humcha mid Ht Louis schools, iiml the
Jlrl game In the series Is llio one lit
Iiir played lit ' Knmi'humchu thl nft-
irniMiii between that team anil tliu
The youngsters In tho sihools lire
promising mutcrlnl fur l.itir mra In
the game, iiml thr kill they will put
' up III tills w-iii'H lll lie stub that It
will lio wo.Il north going to see.
Nine Knmos will liu plated In llio
.f scries, mill lli d.i.ls In llio longest pi-
U.' rlcil between any two, I hi' whole of
I the BiilniM being llnlshid Jliiy ST, when
Piinnhnit fiuil St Louis cross bats at
' Pun.ihtiu for the cloliig exhibition
Each of the teams believe that It
ran win out In the scries now on, and
I VjV llll'l I' 19 ;"II1K I" "' imuii,' HI, I n.fi
P . 'litotr l.r,.,. III,, Milrllilll lu 11 f
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. The game today starts' nt a: SO. nml
,' n crowd of fans Mill go along with the
' Puns, wlille nil Kitinelminelia will be
'thern on the homo grounds to mot for
Miiy H -Pniuhou vx
St. Iioulx, at
Mn G-r-Punalmu vb
. ut KiimiiHineh.i.
Alii),).!' ItiiMliQii'iYS. Kamehuineha,
May 17- St. Louis vs. Kamelmmchn,
May 20 Punnhoit vs. St. Iaiuls, ut
Jliiy !J Pimtihoii vs. Kntneliamulin.
Slay 1!4 St. Louis vs. Kiiiiiehaiueha.
Jlny "r-1'unuhou vs. St. LouK nt
tl II n
WrestlliiK fans arc manifesting con
siderable Interest In the approaching
mat duel between Clodrojc, the nrtll
leryman heavyweight or Corregldor.
nml ("olllnnkns. the Seventh Cavalry
Grecian twlitor of Kurt lIcKlnloy.
wl'ilch Is billed tn be staged at the
Grand Operu House next Satunlay
night. April 8 Manila ('abloiiews
the absence of " after effects."
, German beers are very like our own
PRIMO BEER in their full rich flavor and
sparkling life without the ubitter' taste found
in so many American beers.
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j!F BUSINESS INTERFERES WITH
YACHTING, COT OUT BUSINESS
That Is the Motto of Charles Julicn, Member of Royal Van
couver Yacht Club, Now In Honolulu Tells of Sport In
Northwest and that No Yacht from There Can Enter
"I went down to l'earl Harbor with
the Miehtx Sunday and found n treat
place fur n triangular race," said
I'hnrles (. Julian, an enthusiastic
member of the Rnjnl Vuncomcr Yacht
t'lub, today ,
Jullen lx a breezy chap who can tnlk
yachting by the hour and inner glow
tired of It. In furl, he rays that
ynflilluu Is his hole ouliluor hobby. and
when business luterferex with yucht
Ing he Jut eutx out business
Asked If It were possible for Van
ioner to enter a Jnchl for the next
trans-I'm Hie race, Jullen stilled that
It wax not, as the ynclitxincn there
Mil smaller bo.itx nml tic building
of a larger boat for suih a trip was
out of Die question
"Our yachts In the Noithwest nro
smaller bulits nml uc race In sight of
land nil the time," said Jullen. "Wo
enu turn out 17.000 people to see u
race In Vancouver any time oxer the
twelie-mlle triangular course that wo
"Tor years the boats hao been built
for Ihls nice, uiul they are so ocnly
matched that they will cross the finish
line almost In n bunch, so close .to
gether thut It Is hart) to see who Is the
The ltoynl club has Its yacht raffled
orf each year utter the race Unovor.
mid It Is then made Into u cruising boat
by tho winner prenerully.
"Vaninuver Is" only 21 years old now,
nnd the present generation Is too busy
making money for the next generation
to spend to go Into the trans-Pacific
race ' Our children may build yachts,
that will take part In tho trniis-Paclflc
rare, but for, lis our rORiilar races with
the smaller dents., where they all finish
111 a bunch, where all the spectators
can seo the entire race anil where thero
Is ,oincthliiR of Interest every moment.
"I have met the fellows of the yacht
club here and they arc a Jolly lot," said
"The trip tn l'earl Hnrbor Saturday
and Sunday was a fine one, nnd I cn
loyed It all the time."
He has been on a business trip to
the Orient, but he had plenty of spare
He Knows !
He has used the best German
beers since he was a boy, and
he knows when he- has found
one that is soft and mild and
pleasant to the taste, and in
The. Beer That's
To Suit The Qimole
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time to talk yuchtlnR with the clubs
on the China coast and Japan, than
whom there arc no more enthusiastic
lovers of lllu sport the world over.
The yacht clubs In HonitkonR nre
full of enthusiasts, und every week
end the rar nvmnd a hunch of boats
take n cruise some place.
The HoiiRkoiiR club lind tho only
hdrnplnuc of tui Far Hast a year ago,
aujl In mfdltlnn to tho nailing craft
there were many crulslnR motor boats
owned there by shipping men who
made Hongkong their home port, and
by the clerks nnd others employed In
Jullen has been tnlkliiR International
race here to be entered by clubs from
tho Orient, Australia, New Zealand nnd
the west coast of the United States
und Canada, and ho hellers this race
will be a reality In n, couple, of years.
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The world-touring llupmobllo reach
ed Manila April 1 by the steamer Vn
wata Maru from Australia. Drake,
llonlun and Jones were enjoying tho
trip and had experienced u lino tlmo
In the southern continent.
Ill Australia they found inoro llup-
mobiles than any other American car,
thero being VI In Sydney mid 2G In
Up to the time of reaching Manila
the Hup had made C(lt:i miles under
Its own power mid 14.000 miles by sea
In the story appearing In Manila
C'ablenewx, tho cut of tho car behiK
taken from the bold of tho Manchuria,
nt tho Alakca-ntrect dock In Honolulu,
Tho Henlanl bunch expect to pull oft
soiiin high Jinks at tho smoker this
month, und they will hnvo athletic tal
ent to amnio the visitors, as well as
tho regular vaudevlllo performers. If
possible, arrangements will bo made
wl(l, John 1'riiellc.her tp tako tho mat
with some other local wrestler to show
Jiow It Is done.
a a a a a n a a n a a a a a u u
a SPORT CALENDAR.
tt If Managers of bnKClmll nnd ollt- a
a cr nthlctlc tennis would notify tho a
it II U 1 lo 1 1 n or tho dates of pro- St
tt pqscit matches so that such In- St
a formation could bo placed In tho tt
tt sport calendar It would ho con- tt
SS sldercd n favor. Address nil com- a
SS mutilcatlons to .Sporting Editor, St
I! Ktil lot In Office. a
SS Wedneiday, May 3, tt
XI Meeting lluvsnll Yacht Club tt
tt Miirouu nnd Weaver Ofllco. SS
SS Thursday, May 4, SS
tt l'rnctlco Soccer for Team doing SS
SS tn Maul. SS
tt Friday, May 5. S
SS Hasuhnll Puns. vh. Knms. nt SS
SS KnmolinnicliH. tt
tt H.lskctbatl Kalltil vs. Y. M. C. SS
tt A., at Honolulu. a
tt Handicap Tennis Tinminment. SS
a Saturday, May 6. SS
tt Ilascbnll KauiH. vs. Pnnahoii SS
SS llasohttll St. Louis n. Highs. SS
SS Sunday, May 7. SS
SS .Sugar I.chriio (lames at Hwa SS
SS Kwn vb. Wnlpnliii. At Aleu tt
tt Alca vs. Walanao. SS
SS Monday, May 8. SS
SS I)nscbnll, Knms vs. St. Louis. tt
tt Wednesday, May 10. a
tt llaschall KaniR. vs. IllKhs. tt
tt Friday, May 12. SS
SS Dance Myrtle llonl Club House tt
tt Saturday, May 13. a
SS Smoker Henlanl lloat Club tt
SS House. St
SS Coif nt Country Club l'rcsl- SS
tt dent's Cup Wny. SS
SS Sunday, May 14. St
tt SiiRnr Ixmgiie (innies at Kwn SS
SS Kwn vs. Alcn. At Wnlpabil SS
SS Wnlpnhu s. Wnlnnae. SS
SS Oolf tit Country Club l'rcsl- SS
SS dent's Cup Play. SS
a Monday, May 15. SS
a Hnscbnll Knms. vs. I'unuliou. SS
tt Ilaseball Highs vs. Knms. a
tt Wednesday, May 17. SS
SS Championship Tenuis Tournn- SS
SS ment. Singles Commences SS
St Four Courts. a
tt Saturday, May 20. SS
a Honolulu Team lo Mmil for Soc tt
tt cer Onme. ' SS
FANDOM AT RANDOM
That racing Is coming Into Its own
again In Manila was evidenced last
rnco day by the nttendanco nt tho San
Lnxaro track of that element which
favors tho Rinne for sport's snko and
by the nbxenue of the crowd of parn-
slfcs which does so much to dlscour
hrb the "sport of klnps."
Tho Manila Jockey Club has an Ideal
site for a course, nnd tho, Rrandstnnd,
which faces a most beautiful tropical
vista, has been renovated and Is cool
and comfortnhle.. Tho club, slnco Its
reorganization, Is of the strictest In nil
mailers pertaining to tho events, and
the hoard of hnndlcnppcrs Is showing
unusual Rood Judgment In tho classi
fication of the ponies. Manila Cable
news. Afl.r being In seinl-ecllpso for sev
eral years, the racing riuiio Is on n gain
In Manila this ear In stronge shape.
Tho Klllplno ponies nro Rrent runners,
nnd tho pinin si ems tn bo conducted
In a cleaner manner than It was nt
once time. Mnny a chap played tho
ponies at San Ijizaro too strongly In
tho old days for his Income, and could
not tell tho dlffercnco between bis own
nnd "Other 1'coplo's Money" In conso
MUciico. All tho tennis fans nro lookltiR fof
ward to the ibamplonshlp tennis of
tho Territory, which Is scheduled to
start May 17. Al C'asttu now holds tho
title, In mt;n's singles, Tt. A. nml C, II.
Cooke In tho doubles, Mrs. Coulter In
women's slush's, and Mrs. Coulter und
Nowcll In tho mixed doubles.
At the Seasldo Hotel May 12, tho
Myrtle lln.it Club will hold n dance,
wblck will start tho social season
iinioiiR the boys of tho waterfront
clubs, and Fnylcr Davis. In general
I'luilgo. of tho program, promises u
great eveuuiR. tho (lancing win siuri
pt S o'clock, ,
REWCO RYE WHISKEY
AT ALL THE LEADING SALOONS
ON GARDEN ISLE
Seven Teams In League Run
Up Big Scores in Last
Ilaseball on tho Garden Island Is
booming theso days, Idliuo leading tho
bum.li of seven teams In the leanuo se
Ijist reports from Kauai nro 'for
Raines .played u week ago, In which
I.lhuo bent Knwalhnu 21-4, Ktcclo
trlinincdKolo.i 15-11, nnd Miikawcll
won from Homestead 21-10.
The lineups mid scores:
Lihue vs. Kawalhnu.
IjIIiuc Ogawn, 'cf.; 11. Kninakn, If.;
II. Mallna; J. Mallnii, lb.; Mnkannnl,
p.; V. PiiiiiiI, ss.i A. Soussa, c; S. O.
CldiiK, 3b.; J. Smith, 2b.
Knwalbiiu V, Ilrcwster, lb.; II.
Sheldon, 2 !.; W. Lowell, ss.; Alameda,
i.; J. Akana, p.; Texelru, c; I. Hose,
,1b.; J. domes, rf.; llettencourt, cf.; C.
Kblbger, cf.; ItodrlRiics, If.
Itlins 1 8 110 13 9 24
Huso bits 1 G 0 0 0 2 1 2 12
Huns 0 0 1 0 Q 0 2 1 0 4
llnso hits 1 0 0 1112 4 010
Koloa vs. Elecle.
Koloa Kaplko, rf.; Pablo, 3b.; Paris,
c; Madelro, bs.j Perry, lb.; C. Lewis,
cf ; 1). Aka, cf.; Ktilu. 2b ; Slberluo,
2b ; Clement, ir.s Kucha, lb.; Lorciso,
Kleele Takltant, rf.; AUnmv cf.;
John Perrclni, 2b.; Knulit, ss.; Illcli
ardMin, p.; Sheldon, 3b,; Cabrlel, v'.
Johnson, If.; IVrnaudez, lb.
Umpires A. M. Souxa and C. It.
Scorer Nicolas Aknna.
Makawell vs. Homesttad.
Maknwcll Jos Costa, p.; Kurtado,
e : Aklna, lb.; Hoffman, 2b.; Honaii,
.lb.; Kernandez. s.; Itnpozo, If.; Keola,
cf.; Ilurgess and rtankln, rf.
Homestead M. Jlobollo, p.; N. Ito
bcllo. p.; A. Sllvn, lb.; J. Ornellns, 2b.;
Ah Yet, 3b.; Joe Madelros, ss.; Pnlaina,
If.; A. Hobello, cf.; Jordan, rf.
Umpire I'M Doverlll.
Standing of Clubs.
P. W. L Pet.
Lihue 2 2 0 1.000
Kleelo 2 2 0 1.000
Kllauen 1 1 0 1.000
Homestead 1 0 1 .000
Koloa 2 0 2 .000
Kawalhni 2 0 2 .000
Makawell 2 1 1 .000
a a a
FANDOM AT RANDOM
The meet of blrdmcn at Lellehua,
promises to bo tho biggest event ut
tho post for the year. Athletics of all
kinds arc In full swing, but tho flight
of Mnsxon and Walker over tho his?
post will cUlpso everything else. Finnl
arrangements aro expected to ho matin
within n day or two with tho military
Tho Stewart Cup play nt tho Coun
try Club has reached tho seml-llnal
stage, mid Weight mid Angus and
Armstrong and Ktainick aro tho men
who meet next, tlay having to play
off their matches lcfr.ro May 13.
All tho yachtsmen who went down
to l'earl Harbor on Sunday nro loud
In their prnlsn of tho way tho season
started otT, and they predict Rrent
things for the yachting world hero this
On Thursday Uddlo I'ernniiilez will
show the Jeffries-Johnson light pic
tures at a special matinee In tho Or
plieiim, tho general uilinlsslnn being
The next event on tho cnlendnr for
Hawaii Yacht Club Is tho cruiso to
Wulanae, which will bo made tho mid
dle! of tho present month.
Wo all like a good losor, but wo
nicn't iuixIoiih to lend him money.
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IN ,T1IK MSTHICT COUUT OF TJIK
UNITED STATUS IN AND l'OIt
THE TKnillTOIlY OF AND DIS
TIIICT OF HAWAII.
UNITED STATE3 OP AMERICA,
Plnltitlft nnd Petitioner, vs. AU
GUSTUS P. KNUDSENJ ERIC A.
KNUDSEN; ANNIE S. KNUDSEN;
ANNIE S. KNUDSEN, Guardian of
ARTHUR S. KNUDSEN ARTHUR
S. KNUDSEN; IDA E. VON HOLT;
HENRY M. VON HOLT: MAUD
K. OARSTIN; KEKAHA BUCAlT
COMPANY, n corporation organiz
ed and existing under nnd by vir
tue of the laws of the Territory of
Hawaii; THE TERRITORY OF
HAWAII! BISHOP TRUST COM
PANY, n corporation organized nnd
existing under and by virtue of tho
laws of tho Territory of Hawaii;
nnd SAMUEL ALfJAROIlA, JANE
OUAVA, MARY MANQO nnd JOHN
DANYAN, unknown owners nml
claimants, Defendants and Re
spondents. You nro hereby directed to appear,
and answer tho Petition In nn notion
entitled as above, brought acalnst von
in llio District Court of tho United!
States, In nnd for tho Territory of
Hawaii, within twonty days from and
nfter servlco upon you of a certified
cory of Plaintiff's Petition herein, to-
Ecincr wttn a certified copy of this
And you nro hereby notified that un
less you appear and answer as above
required, tho said Plaintiff will tnko
Judgment of condemnation of the
landu described In the Petition herein
und for any other relief demanded in
WITNESS THE HONORABLE
SANKORI) 11. DOLE and THE HON
ORARLE A. O. M. ROBERTSON,
Judges of snld District Court, this Gth
day of January, In tho year of our
Lord one thousand nlno hundred nnd
eleven nml of tho Independence of the
United States tho ono hundred and
(Sgd) A. E. MURPHT,
No. 72. DISTRICT COURT OF THE
U. S. for tho Territory of Hawaii.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA vb. AUGUSTUS F. KNUDSEN, ct
al. SUMMONS. ROBERT W. BRECK-
ON8 nnd WILLIAM T. 11AWLINS, At
torneys for Plaintiff.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
District of Hawaii ss.
I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of tho Dis
trict Court of tho United States of
America; In nnd for tho Torrltory nnd
District or Hawaii, do hereby certify
the foregoing to be a full, true and
correct copy of the original Summons
In the case of THE UNITED STATES
OP AMERICA vs. AUGUSTUS F.
KNUDSEN, et al., as the same remains
of record and on file In tho ofllco of
tho Clerk of -said Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, i have
hereunto set my hand nnd affixed the
seal ot said District Court tills 17th
day of January, A. D. 1911.
(Seal) A. E. MURPHT,
Clerk of the United States District
Court, Territory of Hawaii.
By F. L. DAVIS, Deputy Clork.
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT. FOR THE TERRITORY
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Plaintiff, vs. CECIL BROWN,
Trustees, et al., Defendants. Ac-
tlou brought in said District
Court, and tho Petition filed "In
the ofllco ot tho Clerk of said
District Court, In Honolulu. .
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
CECIL BROWN, HENRY M. VON
HOLT and ALBERT N. CAMP
BELL, Trustees under tho lust
Will and Testament of JAMES
CAMPBELL, deceased! ABIGAIL
W. KAWANANAKOA; KALAKA
UA KAWANANAKOA, KAPIO
LANI KAWANANAKOA, other
wise called KAPIOLANI KAWA
NANAKOA CAMPBELL, and 1,1
LIU KAWANANAKOA, minor
children of ABIGAIL W. KAWA
NANAKOA; ALICE T. MACFAR
LANE; WALTER F. MACFAR-
LANE, husband of ALICE T.
JAMES MACFARLANE, ALICE,
EMALIB MACFARLANE nnd
MURIEL BEATRICE MACFAR
LANE, minor children of ALICE
T. MACFARLANE nnd WALTER
F. MACFARLANE: MURIEL
8HIN0LE; BOBERT W. SHIN
GLE, husband of MURIEL SHIN
GLE; MURIEL MELVIN SHIN
GLE and ROBERT W. SHINGLE,
Junior, minor children of MUR
IEL SHINGLE and ItOUERT W.
SHINGLE; BEATRICE MARY
CAMPBELL; OAHU RAILWAY
AND LAND COMPANY, n corpor
ation existing and doing business
under and hykvlrtuo of tho .luwu
of tho Territory of Hawaii; ROB
ERT W. ATKINSON nnd WAL
TER F. FREAR, Trustees; HA
WAIIAN FIBRE COMPANY, LIM
ITED, n corporation existing and
doing business under and by vir
tue, of the lawB of tho Territory
of Hawaii; KWA PLANTATION
COMPANY, n corporation existing
and doing business under nnd by
virtue of tho laws of tho Torrltory
of Hawaii; nnd JOHN BROWN,
JAMES WHITE, HENRY SMITH,
DAVID JONES, MARY GREEN,
JANE BLACK, MARTHA WIL
LIAMS, nnd ALICE DAVIS, un
known owners und claimants.
You are hereby directed to nppcnr
nnd answer tho Petition in an nction
entitled as nbovo, brought against you
in the United States District Court,
for tho Territory of Hawaii, within
twenty days from and after service
upon you of a certified copy of Plain
tiff's Petition herein, together with n
certified copy of IiIb Summons.
And you nro hereby notified that '
uniisn you nppcnr and answer as
a bole required, tho said Plaintiff will
take judgment of condemnation of the
lands derrribed in tho Petition herein
ai.d for any other relief demanded la
WITNESS THE HONORABLE
SANFOHD B. DOLE nnd THE HON
ORABLE CHARLES F. CLEMONS,
Judges of said District Court, tills
23rd day of March, in the year of our
Lord ono thousand nlno hundred and'
eleven and of tho independence of the
United States the one hundred and
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"rfo. 7G. UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT, fo? tho Territory of Ha
waii. THE UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA vs. CECIL BROWN,"
Trustee ct al. SUMMONS. ROB
ERT W. BRECKONS, United
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu, ss.
I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk- of the
United States District Court forhe
Territory and District of Hawaii, do
horeby cortlfy tho foregoing to bo a
full, true nnd correct copy of tho
original Summons In tliu case of THE
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA vs.
CECIL BROWN, Trustee, ct al., as tho
same, remains of record and on llio in
tho ofllco of tho Clerk ot said Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto sot my hand nnd ufllxcd the
scnl ot snld District Court this 30th
dny of Mnrch, A. D. 1911.
(Seal) A. E. MURPHY,
Clork of United States District Court,
Torrltory of Hawaii.
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