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EVCNINQ DUIXETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FfllDAY, JUNE 9, 1911.
-J. A. GILHrlAN,
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.a Xvl "A. & i - jw " ' -J I. an . . - "v
HOW MANY "LEAGUE" PLAYERS
FOR OAHU LEAGUE BALL TEAMS
Question Discussed at Meeting Last Night Stock in Park
Company to Be Issued Keio Schedule.
There vvns a largcl) -attended nicot
ine of Oiihll ltaclall League lastevcn
IhK nt tho ofllce of President (.'lilllliiK
worth of the league, nml the mutter
of the iiuinlicr of Iciikuo pin) era to
lrn allowed each tram win up for con
Hawaii tciun wanted to release two
sold so iih to cut Into other hands,"
wilil Trciidvvny, "and hi I inn going to .. . , i,i fr Hcvcrnl
nin mid tnk'e on En Hue, hut thlr whs hol.l tho ecrtlllcatcs. Homo of tho (h (() ko u ,.,, t0 vfiiluii nt
lrciiuously ohjected to hy Notley of clubs might want money nnd tliey ... , , , , c llt Hiilclwu
thii Japaneso team, who said that III wiiuld so nml sell their shared tit n j ittl, tho ilunco being kcIii-IiiIoiI for
t: :: n n n k n n n n tt :: n
U ' 8P0RT CALENDAR. tl
tt If Managers of baseball and nth- 11
St cr athletic teams would not try tho tt
(I II u I lot I n of tho dates of pro- St
tt posed matches bo that such In- $1
tt formation could ho placed In tho tt
tl sport calendar It would bo con- tt
tt aldcrcd n favor. Address all com- tt
tt munlcatlons to Sporting Editor, tt
tt 11 ul lot In Ofllce. tl
tt Thursday, June 8. tt
tt ltuwall Yacht Club Meeting 7:30 tt
tt Olllco of Miifioon &. Weaver, tt
Molukul tuul IjiiuiI nro tho objective n Onhit 1I.ihc1i.i11 I.ciiruo Meeting ttl u hns been practically settled thut
it ChllllliKWOt til's Oltlcc, 7! no. tt thu prellnlliuiry bout for tho llelit curd
tt Saturday, June 10. tt on Juno IT will bo between I'rlviito
Cup Play Countiy St Knululal!, Uuttcry !', Klrst Field Ar
tillery, tit.SchoJleld, uud Leroy AVII-
Hawaii Yacht Club Changes
Plans- and Abandons
until n novel iittittulo In holding tho
shares of the clulu after they had paid
for them, ho said It wan hccatiso ho lmintH ot tho wl.c.Ci milsu by tho
waiuen 10 princci iiicxpnrK iiuiikhu- iiuttu, yUK,i Club, somo ot tho sail-
llietlt. !,.,. tth.rlhi tlilH llfll moon nod thootli-l it lrnul,l,nt'
"We don't want nny of theso shares in tmvUlg tomorrow for tho llslilng tt Club I.tnU
IS NOW FIXED
Kradalak of Schofield and Wil
liams of Very to Go
iinilerstiindlnB of tfiit.ruto made wan .discount.'
that hut tbreo leiiEiio players could ho. 1'rexldMit CIilllhiBWorth
tomorrow nlsht nt the popular hostelry
mi thu other xldo of Oallll.
taken by nny tenm for the kchkoii mid to him that tho receipts wero Juki iih tiomo ,liyiJ 1IK Captain Wilder do
If they were releiiKed for tiny caiifo kooiI to cell ns wero the certlllciiles d((1 o tuKo u Jinr(y of rr,,niI, of ,io
wh.itover their places could not bo tliciimcUcs, mid so It was iiBrecd that 1awan to Mololtal mid lJinal on u
flllnl by any other leiiBue players. (the shares should be delhercl to the lWl1(? lr,p lt t,llH tlllPi umovcr,iinil
"Then It a leaBuo player Is released teams next Thursday, after an nKreo- nH m UH ()u trp Knl 0cii ruund
he Is out of tho Bauic for Rood forincnt had been drawn up that tho Ath- ,,, (ho mwlcril of tho other boats
the present season; Is that the Idea?" jletjc Park inaiiaRciiieiit should havothe Ul(,ro wnM lau ut lmMng t,0 B.n0
Mild 1'rcsldcnt eiilllhiBworth. illrst option on them at par tit nny , , fo who(J mlmb(.r ot Uh-Mh ko-
. . ..... . . .. .. .1 .... ...n ..... ,. I..,.. ....u..a.. n u..l. . ' . .
That Is wnnt i iiiiiieriiiiiu i'j m- inm iiit i-mii Mij-iii-u lf v.
rule made," replied Notley. "Tho rnl
luK was made on account of the 1'or
tUKticso team, which Is hound to have
only that notlonallty on Its team, to
protect that team."
IKsli.i of the Uawullan team said ho
was prexent at the meeting when tho
rule wus under discussion, but that bo
did not understand tho matter tlwt
way; If he hud he would not nsl; for
snolher Uuguo player In place of tho
one let B".
Chllllnsworlh said that ho thoiiRht It
was the Intuition ot the rulo to h.ivc
hut thrie lenBtio men on tho team
st utiy one time, but as he wan not
tireMdit ut tho niecthiB. of tourso ho
lould not suy poxltlvcly.
As tho mniiiiKtrs of tho l'ortUKticso
team and of tho Japanese team, as
well as Tony Jlarcalllno. nil understood
It to mean but llileo Uiikiio men for
the heason, the question wn helil over
until next wick, whin n special meet
Ihb will he called on Thursday, after
President Clilllliiirortli has had n
lonKcr time to tlinrmiKlily exnmlnotho
minutes of the InectlnB nml other data
hearhiB upon the rulo In question.
MnnaKcr Marcalllno hrotiRht up tho
question of the four teams In tho
Iciibuo taklns out their stock I41 Ath
letic Park, tho understanding heltiB
that each should tako out 100 worth
of stock when they had that amount
to their credit from their share of thu
MiinaKer Treadway of tho Park Wi
on hand and said ho was wlIllnB to
Usuo the stock nt this thno, subject
to toino restrictions.
Whan asked by President ChllllnB-
worth what tho restrictions wero, ho,
said that ho would give receipts for
tho stock to tho cluh, but would hold
tho ccrtlllcates himself.
Pressed as to his rason for taking
Other minor matters were taken up.
miiiiiiB them hi InB tho purchnso of
planter 'nml other flrst-nlil remedies to
furnish a kit to ImndnRo up players
wlm wero hurt on tho Held. Tncrohas
liven homeono hurt In each Bumo play
ed so fnr this season, and tho flrst-nld .
kit will lulp out;i lot, tho leagno mem-1
icrs think. I
One. of tho most Importnnt matters
to como heforo tho meeting last even
ing was tho adoption of tho schedulo
for tho Karnes to be played with Kelo
next month, when the Japaneso play-
ers arrive from to mainland on their fof t,i(j (r(i mii, i)fn ((J.
"Y '" . " .""" 'inorrow tho Charlotto, C. Kameha-
i-iin tirir oiiinn it' 1 nn ninvni mi
July 4 and will bo tho second gmno of
tho day. .1. A. C. nml llnwnll will
meet In tho first same, and In tho
second ono of the afternoon St. Louis
lug over In the wuko of tho Hawaii.
To ikcldo tho question dellultcly
there was 11 meeting held last evening
ut the olllco of Mitgoon & Wcucr, and
after some discussion tho Walulun
irulso was iilianduned for the llmo be
ing. It will ho taken later, howocr, und
jirnliably tho next week end that has
11 Saturday or Monday holiday will sco
tho whltc-wlnBed craft at tho other
side, when the postpiuioii dance will bo
Tho llrst boats will start this aft
ernoon, tho Hawaii and llcleiio bclnB
Alumni will cross Imts with Kelo.
Chlncso Paseball Club, inado up ot
smno of the hest players ot that na
tionality In tho city, had n representa
tive nt tho meeting last night to try
tnclin and Mcllllou will get uwny for
tho rendezvous, which Is tho windward
side of Jlolokal.
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Then' Is n largo crowd booked In
take the week-end trip to Kauai and
Maul on tho Manna Ken, leaving to-
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enabled to think Letter and work lamer. II
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down" caused by her double or treble duty.
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forms of nervousness kwmn a Neurasthenia
who have "gone to pieces wtiQ'laclc wrcy.
ho have Insomnia, who hae succumtrl to,
nervous frostration or nervnn exhaustion,
either mental or physical, whose condition It
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One box ot Persian 'Nerve Essence
will do a great deal of good, the full
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money will he refunded.
Tha nronrielori. Th llrnwn f.nnrt Cn
fit ft. h ... L. T... .. K. . '.. ."
Fifteen Hound flu nt Arphouin It Hams ot tho murines, ul Camp Very
tt llctwccn Patsy McKcnnn rind tt tho men to inako 13B pounds ringside.
tt Kid Ocorgo of San Francisco, tt Dick HulUvnn staled lato yesterday
tt Sunday, June. 11. tt that ho did not expect any hitch In
tt Dnucbiitl, Alhclllc Park P. A. C. tt tho proceedings, und' that both men
tt vs. Hawaii; .1. A. C. vs. Blurs, tt wero now In fairly, good shape to get
tt Silgnr 1.CHRU0 At Walp.thu, tt Into tho 61111(0. M
tt , Homo Tenm H. Aleaj nt I'wa, tt Kradalak has been doing somo Rood
tt Homo Tc.im s. Wnlnnao. ft lighting at Hcliolltld slnco ho urrlveil
tt Opening Oaliu Junior Lcnguo tt Willi tho urtlllery milllt, having sov
li First Scries: Aula vs. Palania tt cral clean knockouts to Ids credit, mid
tt Jr.; C. A II. s. Asalil, tt his work n week from tomorrow) night
tt Monopl.mo FllglilH Massnn at tt should bo of- tho llrst order.
tt l.clleliua and Walker nt Hllo. tt, Williams has fought In Honolulu
tt IlaBclmll Waialua vs. Walalco tt sexeral times mid his work Is known
tt nt Walalco. tt to int ofhe runs hero. '
tt PrcslrtciiV Cup Play Country tt ' Yesterday afternoon bo hoxed several
tt Club Milks. tt rounds with Kid (leorgo at thu Park
tt Monday, June 12. tt and showed up.r.ill against tho Coust
tt Fifteen Mile ltaco Athletic tt pug.
tt Park; King and Hubciiclto. tt, T'hkcts nro now on sale for tho big
tt "Motor Cycle Itaccs Kuplolanl tt light next week, and tho funs lire gct
tt Park. tt ting In early nnd picking tho het seals
IX 'Thursday, June 22. tt foe tho event. As soon us tho tickets
tt Coronation Day Cricket Match, tt weio placed on salo at Ouusfs cigar
tt Alnfiiulpr Meld 'tt Moro tliero wero a number on hand to
t t. ...,,,. i,,tu i it nurthaso their pasteboards, mid the
tiu,.l.-.il m. KciliM Ht. Iiuls tt tickets havo been going ever since.
. ". -- 1 ....
llulli 1110 llglliera who arc 10 iijicar
In thu ui.ilii event of tho evening nro
gutting In bard work, nnd tho strenuous
training they aro doing cacli day Is
witnessed by 11 lot ot thu fight fans of
the city mid tho soldier camps,
"" , ' Cleorgo does his work nt tho Park
yilaso stealing has reached Its limit, Thpillcri ,( CWTJ. ,,rU.moin 11 lot of
says Hilly Hamilton, the famous old ,l0 ul)yH ,. ,, 1Pro to watch tho
hall Vl.ijei-. V '' '' 1 W'ork-out. All aspiring boxers nro given
"In my opinion luso' stealing lias n chance to try themselves out against
reached pcifcctlou so fur us 0110 man tho California boy. and romo of them
minexliig uh extra, hug Is concerned, nro getting nil they want heforo they
v... u r,. im.wii.ir. lo ilm douhlo Hiilsh the fast rounds they go up
steal or nny other loinhliiutlon, deiiend- against with the kid.
it- i.,nlt- on thu clmracter of tho do- Shafter light fans aro watching Mc
r..... r uhiTo. tho hall is In i.lav. Uc Kcniia work out with Interest, nnd
velopn.euts must co.no In tho difenslvo "any of tho soldiers nro getting onto
wurk, In hreuklng up these complicated "'0 lino points of tho gamo from watch
steals. Hut It Is now largely u case of InB Patsy go through his work nnd
tt Alumni vh Kelo University. tt
WITH BALL PLAYERS
to arrange for till, cluh to como In on morrow night for llio.so isianils, mm
the schedule with the Japaneso leant. It will bo a happy bunch which spends
It was not considered nihlsablo by Kainehnuiehii Day away from llono
tho malingers of tho other teams, who lulu.
believed thero wero enough clubs lit
the Bchcdulo as arranged, und so thaj It hns'becn decided that tho motor
Silnnun Inn,,, illt lilnv llin Ifnlns In fV'.l,. lilf..M . lill, v,.r, I,, 1ini' l.,.,.ti
mid-week games whllo they nro hero held ut Knplolanl Park 011 Jimo 12'iinn and eyo agulnst tho legs iind dash.11'011 box with all comers who want u
Instead of tho Sunday mid holiday .will bo held at tho smno place on Juno
games. Ill on nccount ot tho great number of
Tho schedule arranged for tho Kclos other sporting events scheduled for tho
July 4 J. A. C. vs. Hawaii; St. Louis
July 8 Slurs vs. St. Louis; Hawaii
July 9 J. A. C. vs., Stars; P. A. C.
July IE Hawaii vs. r. A. C.; Stars
' July 1C Stars vs. lfawall; St. Louis
July 22 J. A. C. vs. St. Louis; P. A.
C. vs. Kelo. .
July 23 J. A. C. vs. P. A, C.
wall v. Kelo.
July 23 P. A. C. vs. "St.
A. C. vs. Kelo.
July .10 Hawaii vtf. !J. A
tt ' tt tt"
MOORE GREATEST OF COME
Next Sunday thn tegular season ot
Oaliu Junior League opens mid tha
... , j . ' u
01 1110 rumii-r 11 " ...
"Worrying tho pitcher, getting th0r Hverythlng now looks Uko n banner
i...i .. ,1-1 ,i,n ..i,i,.kst.irt .,! lldo. bouse, nnd tho fighters nro In such
into second hag-nil theso things wero "I'M" that thero will bo no disappoint
(l out during tho twolvo mrm "" ,,"l ""'rH """ " ,u" "
pretty well doped 1
club National Icaguo In fact, nway
back In that organizations' Infancy.
games will bo played In tho morning H cry year somo chup bobs up who Is
so that tho lliaVl nt Athletic Park will j more or less of u plienoin In stealing,
but It Is llcetncss mm not uiiyiuuiK
that makes I1I111 shlno on tho paths."
bo free for tho regular Icaguo players'
In tho afternoon,
At the Outrigger Club In tho fu
ture things will bo run moro strictly
1 1 luiii In tio past, mid iinyono found
j. j with skeleton lrys to open tho lockers
"iwlll bo dropped from membership at
. . , , 'unco. t
Masson says tin Is going to lly sev
(j . Hlurs tllly 'lilies an hour when ho makes his
niKiim 111 inv iiienoi monopiauo iu.ro
next week. .
As stated In tho Hullotln (ho day
tho nvlators arrived, tho lllclits In
Nine years ago 1502 Karl Mooro Honolulu will he made from Knplolanl
led tho American Leaguo pitchers. Tllol1'nrk
gleut Philadelphia twljlcr was bom In
Columbus, O., July 29, 1ST9. Of all tho
"coine-buiks" ho Is easily tho'star.
FANDOM AT RANDOM
ltight-handcd slugging outllclders aro
liecodilng a very scarce commodity. In
(Act, tho species Is almost oxtlnct. It
Is hard to get ono of theso nowadays
cviji uuiuiig the Juveniles, for almost
every young outfielder breaking Into,,,, 0V0Iy f lg , , ,
Ilowaid Cnmultz. "" Ilia PltlBhurg
pitcher, Is leading 1 lie twlrlcis of tho
National League, having won llirco
games, and siirpaBsod Karl Mooro, tlio
local Nutlounl Lcuguo Klar, who wiia
llckod by llrooklyn, Tho Plrnto fllue
cr Is In giont forni, and, aecnrdliiK
llio dopo handed out by tho Smokv
City scribes, Caiumy will bo on tho
lop of tlio list nt thu closo of llin
eciisnu. "I would Uko tu work In nno
Deacon Phllllpl. tho veteran Pitts
burg pitcher, dlsagrcos Willi ciars
Grllllth pf Clnclnnatirwho decldrcs bat
ters can bo "made" If they aren't
born;' ."Managers,' conlldes tho dea
con, "enn often neip piuyirs 10 on mu
ball better by offering suggestions rel
allvu lo their position at tho 'pinto and
their methods of swinging at tlio bull,
lintsinon who draw uvvuy from tlio
pinto may Icum to ndvanco toward tho
ball, and others who try tu knock tho
cover uK overy thno they swing may
inako moro .hits und usslst their teams
more In run' getting by learning to Just
meet tho ball. Theso things a manager
.,.., ii...i, n tilnver. but us u general
proposition no system ot Instruction' ;
can 11111K0 a goou inner uui ui 11 iu.
"(Jood batters uro Uko poets they ore
born, not made. You can teach n man
to Held, but It Is noxt to linposslblo M
teach him bow to bat, and thero aro
times when a man's efforts to comply
with Instructions from his manager us
to hh stylo of hitting provo a detri
ment rather than 11 benefit. Tho nvcr
ngo hitter does moro elfectlvo woilc
with tho stick If ho bats In 11 natural
way, without nny uttempt to comply
Willi any llxcd rulo ns to how bo shall
Miami nnd how ho shall swing."
i;o uwny satlslled.
' Shipping and Commission
Arthur So Wall fe Co., Bath, Mo.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Firo Extinguisher Co.
General Firo Extinguisher Co.
(GlUNNELIi AUTOMATIC SPBINKIEB)
, Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Op.
FORT" STREET, HEAR MEROEAHT
UNION. PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.,
Jacobsen & Raven. managers
Can be depended on for the prompt and
careful handling of Baggage, Household
Goods and Pianos.
Office: King St., next Young Hotel
.The French Laundry.
' 777 KINO STREET J. ADADIE, Proprietor PHONE 1431
Agent for tho famous F. THOMAS PARISIAN DYEINQ WORKS, SAN
1 1 - T 1 ', " ' f
Stone Wall Work
Complole cqulpniont for rapid and thorough execution of alt
plantation construction work.
rnB P. M. POND, 2T
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A Q00D JOB, SEE UE TOM UEAUT
AM IEEN EVERYWHERE
On Juno 1 our delivery leaves town
at 10:30 n. in. daily) also calls for
laundry. PHONE 1862.
Ltrlv St.. Kev. VnrL. W V.. I' 4
rarncitlr al.i every iliffcr.r to she rrnlan
N.rte R.ience i tl ' trill at ihtir rtik.
Pon't delay, commence tu-dijr, the preparation
can be obtained freui
THE BROWN EXPORT CO.,
W.87 JLIIifrty SI., Sew York, U. . A. In tho tity.
rust voinpaiiy hits ictt nanued. uncy , iiir,M 11,1 rar" in,,,R- ,,ri,o,i
have all been told (hat lett-handcd bat- .,, , t my )l0))t whotl.Rl..cn lenty
ting is tho caper, and from lildlund up )o ,0 nn(, ,ny ,, ,g ,;t,te1hll ,,,.,
tho Juniors now work- left banded Umn o,hcr , cn) rt,-memberM
against ull hinds of pitching. Out ofi , '
every ten fielders that como Into fast wjuit do you undcrstlind by 'tlio
coiilpatiy elgit nro left-handid hitters. 'open-door policy V" "I enn'f suy exact
AS'li II'Sllll riUlllIUIlieil HlUKSinilUS UlU K"l f.iill(.,l III,. linn ivli. liitlf.4 n
heconihig hcurctr than (lowers in driiuglit. "Hut overy person who comes telllgcneii havo signals heaten to death,"
Urciiilulul during lJuceiiihtr. j,tu this room appeurs tu huvo udoptedjs.iys Catcher Tom CJurlio of thu Clu
- Mt." Washington Ktar. Ichiuatl llcds.
Hum 00 I'crlilus. tho Hotel street pho-. . i m . "WhUt tiso havo signals mid Insldo
lograplur, uud l'ranlc Howes, inanuger Mnsl of tho cotton pioilurcil In Chl-Jplay been against Mnthovvson, Hrown,
of tho Associated Uarage, uro both 11a Is grown nn small farms of fivo Mooro, Camnltz and other star fling-
tennis (lends and tlio latter Issued a to Mivcn ncrcs. Tlio wliolo fnmllv ers? .Put n pitcher In tho box who hns
challenge two days ago for the best engages In (he eiiltlvatlng and vvnrl.s, brains nnd he will smash nil tho team
"Signals nml Insldo piny nro great
things for 11 hall club to havo, hut plain
common tfcnse, ipucK iniiiKing mm 111
I play you ever saw. Hase runners will
bo pie for tlio catcher mid lilt and run
three etH out of (Ive. Tho' match was nB m!Uiy as tvvolvo hours n day.
ngreed upon to tako placo In tho neitr. . mt .
future, nnd thu loser has to glvo tho Coimuiiy produces fourteen million playa will ho Jolto. alvo me a pitcher
winner tlio best rucuuet purchasuhlu bottles of clinmpagiio 11 J car. Hho In there with tho old noodle, and I want
lmiHji'ta 1,G0U,000 fioui i'nuico. to sco bomo of theso machines work.". Pric.a, 35c, 25o and 16o
AT 7': 30
Imported Direct from Canton, China,
For This Special Display
Tho ussortinent. Includes iiimiy Set
feces, heitutlful Colored ltuckets,
Dovll-Chasers, Roman Caudles, etc.,
etc. Novel designs.
Experts will direct oxhlhltton.
SHOW HAS NEVER BEEN
EQUALED IN THIS CITY
Admission 25 Cents
tleservod Seats DO Cents
Un B.1I0 ut Wall, Klcliols Co., King
Baseball for Sunday
two oam ua
1(30 HAWAIIS vs. PPRTUGUESE
3i3,0 JAPANESE vs. 8TAMS
lteservetl Scuts for center and wings
of grmuNtiind can ho hooked ut K. O.
Hall AV Sun's sporting dcpartiitciit. Kn
trunee, King street.
Tickets on sale Tat St. A. Gunst's
Clgnr Store, from 1 p. 111. Saturday to
11 u, 111. Sunday.
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AT ALL THE LEADING: SALOONS
', Wholcsnlo by '
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