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EVENING DlJLLtTIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1911.
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EVENTS ARE ON 'KAUAI BASEBALL
FOR KAMEHAMEHA DAY THIS YEAR
Runrlnw nnrl Mnnririv in Rr Put lv Tfiknn lln Wilh Snnrts in All
Lines More Variety Offered In Honolulu Than Any
v Place In World.
rijf .ilnv nt f'mmtrv Club, si lump- iwmn Viiml.iv 1m tlin men between Sol
1st " "" '
f'lHill games Sunday, ucroplnne flights tiler King nntl three other men run
'lit JIllo, motor cycle races at Knio1nnl plug n nliic-mllo relay while
U'nrk, canoe races at Kallhl, ten-mile iloeH ten miles.
Eleele Leads Teams With Per
centage vof 714 Ki
'race at Athletic Inrk, besides the
week-end excursion to Knual nnd Maul
Tweek-eni! excursion to Knual nnd M
i fctanA the fishing crulso of Hawaii Yu
i I Ichil) to Moloknl, nro tlm attractl
j" 1 Infferlni: for the. holiday of Kaine
fnulia thta year.
Three largely-attended ball games
were played on the Qardtn Island last
King Sunday, KllaUea, Koloa and Rlcelo be
ing tho winning teams,
lJurron, the Soap Box man, Is pro- Tlle ,,eort,. standing of tho teams In
motlng the game, and hu has arranged thc ieagU8i un(j the make-up of the
a raco which should draw a, largo ,ufftrent nines, follow:
irod. 8undav' 8core.
Pilled ngalnst King will be Patsy
McKcnna tind Kid Ocorgc, tho two
Coast scrnppers who will light here a
There will bo no cause for nny fan 'week from tonight, and Nigel Jnckson.
JC rto complain that he has nothing to do McKenna nnd George uro each to do.
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Klluuea , K. A. C.
Koloa C, l.lhue 2.
i:ieelo a, Maknwell S.
Percentage of Teams.
or tee this season, for tho sports of
utnll 1.1ml. nm nn ti.r. ilnclne 111.. iidtI
jjtwo days, and If any one fan (ees nil
a ,tho events he will have to bu In more
i ,than two places nt once.
- , Polo.
To start tl.n holiday off In the right
way tluru will be something doing at
Moanaltia this afternoon, when the
"polo men Journey down thorit for their
t regular practise work In preparation
'for the annual meet In August.
"J J Two or thrcM times euch week the
jfimen are going down to Monnalua for
itpractlse work, and th ponies bi'lng
kept there are getting In as line con-
-fVilltlon as tho men who ride them.
L-4 Then today and tomorrow there will
f ! the regular ilay on tho Country
i Club link In the President's Cup tour-
I .nament. This play Is held for tho year
jAVnlter DllllnRham Is In the presidency
of tho club nnd Is played the second
two and iino-lmlf miles and Jackson j;eci0 7
Is to do four nillcH, while the little aUca 6
soldier runs ten miles steady. Ii.lhue 6
King believes thut he can bent the jiaUHei 7
rela men, but If hu does he will know j0joa ti; 7
bo has been going some, for all Ills ionil.stead 6
opponents nru In excellent condition Kawalhnu 7
and Intind to make him run tho rneo. Lineups.
of his life I Mnkawcll Joe Costn, p.: Aklna, lb.;
Alrthlp Flights, Hilo. Keola, cf.j Honan, 3b.; Iloffmnn, 2b.;
Then besides nil these events In Ho- J-VmnnJez. ss.: John Costa, rf.J Ra-
nolulu. Illto Is to linvo a big djy or j)OSOr jf. Kurtado, c
tun at this time, for It Is now that the. 1 ,,.,., t,h.,i - . n.... nr
people of the Halny City will see ih'i.rr.nntlcx, lb.; Perrlern, 21i.; Kauhl,
nrsi uirsuip iin ever nem on un M. Kicbardson, p.; Sheldon, 31).; ua
Ulg Iflnnd. 'brlel, c; Johnson, If. Umpire, Dever-
Avlutor Clarence II. nlker went 111. Mrorer. Perile.
over to Illto Inst Tuesday on tho Ma- Kuwnlhnu Rose, p.; Texlera, c;
una Ken to prepare ror me uignis 10 Uwal. lb.; Lovell nnd Sheldon, 2b.;
bo given nt tho race track there, and KhlnKcri. 3b.; Knlu and Lovell, Ki.;
ho will open. tho eyes of the Illloltes Hodrlgues, If.; Coares and nblnger.cf.;
Haturday and Sunday of each month.
& 'r'le Player turning In the lowest scoro
;' j .uiuiiii, ,,,, ji-ut to .ii.i w (,. ,"
'- u Jitwarded the cnn.
I Tomorrow Is a big day In baseball,
with six game In tho league play In
nnd around Honolulu, the fenturo of
!r7r2.l.a .1... Lntni. I.a n...nK.. .. kn n
' .1110 u..j ,f-,,iK ii" .r-ill,K .', HIV PC
,. null u. V't.UK UUIIIl'l IM'UKI .Vlllktl
fjt itakcs placo nt Athletic Park tomorrow
r J ' Tin re nre four teams In tho Junior
iLeaguo this year the Anlns, Pnlama
Juniors, C A U. and Anhls and their
work should ilruw forth a lartre iiutn-
Pber of fans.
Jjfc, Tho younger players on theso teams
,Snre tho ones who will mnko material
for thc older league In a year or so, and
the brand of ball they put up now Is
well worth watching.
, , In the opening games tomorrow Anla
' nnd Pnlama Junior teams cross bats
, for the opening game, nnd tho second
ono will bo between C A. U. nnd
There nro two games scheduled In
the Sugar League for tomorrow, We
lpahu playing Alen and Kwu playing
Walanao. In the series It looks like
Alea for the winner thU.yenr, ns that
plantation has the strongest showing
on the diamond so far.
P. A. C and Hawaii meet In tho
first nnd J. A. C. nnd Stnrs In tho sec
ond game nt Athletic Park tomorrow
Several motor cycle races nro on nt
Kaplolanl Park tomorrow, theso events
being brought J'orwnrd twenty-four
hours. They were scheduled for Mon
day, but as there ore other events on
that day with which the races might
Interfere they were put forward to
Hundny, nnd there should he n big
crowd out to see the racers go around
In Honolulu there arc several riders
who orn near the professional elnst
when It comes to driving their light
machines, nnd nt oil tho nrmy camps
- v !1,'T "ro several machines owned by
the men, none of whom nre lacking In
nervo to drive their steeds to the
Monday morning the great event Is
the canuu races nt Kulllil, followed by
Kamehameha Aiiutlc Club li.'H ar
ranged for several canoo ruccs, and tho
cracks among the Hnwollans will com
pete. The races provide for one pad
dle race for women nnd two for canoes
mntined by men, those events coming
off during the morning hours.
Then there will be tho luau, nnd In
the afternoon two ennoe sailing races
will be run off.
r Hawallans have been practising for
tho past two weeks In preparation for
these events, and there should bo 11
big bunch of spectators out Kallhl way
to see theso races.
An event which will take most of
the fans to Athletic. Parft In the after
with his stunts In tho nlr with tho Cur
On the Water.
Those who do not seo nny of the
Kllnuea Werner, c; Wood, p.; San
born, lb.; i'acheco, 2b.; C. Huddy, 3b.;
Kerr, ss.; Panorn, rf,; Cleo. Akand. cf.s
events to ne neni nero aim 111 mm iw j0ln Aknnn, If. Umpire, II. UlrK
this week end will be those absent on n,yer. scorer, J. Ilda.
tho trip to Kauai or tho yacht crulsei uiiui Punol, c; Knmnkn, p.; J.
to Molokai probably. 'llnllnn. lb.; Mnkana.il, 2b.i O. Sing,
Yesterday afternoon tho Hawaii nndj31 . Do, .. ogawn. cf.s Mallnn. rf.;
Helcne got nwny for tho trip, carrying Kamohnlll, If.
happy crowds, nnd today the other Koloa Myers, p.; Kahubaun, c;
yachts belonging to tho Hawaii YhchtlA1 jj, . parrs, b.; Souzn, 3b.;
Club will spread their wings to meet perryt .. clement, rf.; Kula, cf.; Me
tho twti others at the rendezvous oft ,ieros, If.
Molokai. s s
ljito this afternoon tho flagship Mn t
una Ken of the Inter-Island licet snlb
for Kauai and Maul, bearing more
than n hundred happy excursionists,
nnd these, with those on the crntso
to Moloknl on tho yachts, will bo nwny
until Tuesday morning, returning to
Honolulu In time to get to work after
Taken nil in nil, no place In the
wond offers more in the snort " .Macomb Meets Public Service
two days than docs Honolulu at this. .!. m tii ki,
HSSUUIcUIUil WCM VVUUri IU
ssss?C3a'Ts'f HrKrW 'mW-,
HUbkES JiaV ntaVI - r
ON GARDEN ISLE
Plans For Field and Track
Meet at Lihue Are
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission .'
Arthur Sowall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co,, San Franoisco "
Badger'H Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
t'ORUlKELL AUTOMATIC SPBIKKLKK)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STBEET, NIAR HEEOEANT
TO DISCUSS THE
RUSSELL FORD HAS GREAT
COLLECTION OF SPIT BALLS
Outline His Plans.
General Macomb, tho commander of
the military district, will meet with the
Tho big .field ineet scheduled for July
4 on tho Uarden Inland promises to
he tho biggest thing of the kind ever
brought off there, and steiw arc being
fuhen for' Knual Athletic Association
to Join tho A. A. U. so that alt records
made at that time will be official ones.
Athjetes nil over the Island 'arc train
ing linrd, nccordlng to the dope that
comes from that section of tho Terri
tory, and l.lhue Park will bo a scene
of great .festivity on the nation's birth
Tho committee In charge of tho pro
gram has llTidlly decided upon tho fol
lowing list of events to be contested,
fourteen In ell:
Fifty-) ard dash.
One hundred yards dash.
Two hundred und twenty yards dash.
Four hundred and forty yards dash,
tlnii nille run.
Half-mile1 relay race.
One hundred nnd twenty yards hur
dleover ten hurdles 2 ft. C In. high
Standing broad Jump.
Uunnlng brond Jump.
Punning lUglf Jump.
Twelve-pound shot put.
Twelve-pound hninmer throw.
Tug-of-war between teams from tho
different clubs of the Island.
Among the vnlunhlo tlrst prizes of
fered so far, with their dunors, are tho
Tug-of-war, large silver cup, A. S.
Wilcox; fifty-yard dash, sliver watch.
I.lhuo Store; hundred-yard dash, gold
watch, It. P. Spalding; two-twentj;-yard
dash, sliver cup, II. 11 Wlchman
& Co.; four-forty yards dash, silver
cup, D. P. It. isenberg; ono mile run,
hnnd-mado bridle, Mrs; Tt. I Wilcox;
120 yards hurdle, silver cup, B. O, Hall
& Son; running brond Jump, gold
medal, C. S. Dole; running high Jump,
gold medal, C. S Dole; pole vault.
ver cup, Mrs. A. S. Wilcox.
n tx a
AVIATOR CLARENCE H. WALKER.
He it flying in Hilo with Curtl.t
The first flights to be mode In the
Territory by Walkr and Mnsson, the
two nvlutors who urrlved on the Ho
nolul.in, nro thine by Walker at Hilo
tills week. 1
Walker is a young aviator who has
made lltghts over the western part of
tho United Htntes during tho past year,
and Is now on his way to Australia,
In company with Massuii, for Mights
to lie urranged by Whipple Hall.
Masson flies a monoplano of tho
same typo of. tho nnu lllerlot used in
his flight across the English Channel,
und Walker tiles In n Curtist, biplane.
After computing )! lUghts In. Hilo,
Wnlker will return to Honolulu nnd
prepare for tho flights to lie made here
next Saturday nnd Sunday.
The flights of thq two uvtators hero
will probably be mado from Kaplolanl
Park, ns tills Is much nearer town nnd
will glvo a greater number of people
n chnnco to see the blrdmen nt work.
Some time after tho flights In Ho
nolulu tho two flyers will go to 11
lehim nnd give an exhibition flight for
file nrmy olllcers and soldiers station
ed at tiie big post.
a 8P0RT CALENDAR. a
a If Managers of baseball and oth- a next three-dol.ir excursion, which will
a cr athlOUC teams would lintlly tho n bu to the Island of Knunl over Sun
II Bulletin of the dates of pro- a ,lftyt Ju). , oro requested to send tholr
It posed matches so that such In- a llluilent once to tlle j,uullo Scrvlc0
M nnrl nlnn,in li wmil.i bo cnn. H Aocltlon, 1!2 S. King utrect.
a sldored a favor. Address all com- a' T.110 fnro l "embers of tho Trail
a municntlons to Sporting Editor, a nnd 'Mountain1 Club or the Outrigger
a D ul lo 1 1 n Ofllce. a Club will be three dollars for tho round
II Saturday, June 10. It trip on the I.lkcllke, Including prlyl
NEXT WEEK-END TRIP
TO KAUAI JULY 2,
Those who wish to tako part In tho
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 KING STRCET J. ADADIE, Proprietor PHONE 1491
A'oent for tha famous F. THOMAS PARISIAN DYEINQ WORKS, SAN
ti Reservoixt Construction - -
Stone Wall Work
Complete equipment for rapid and thorough execution of all
plantation construction work.
P. M. POND,
x. ii t- .i ii, f,.n. v..n. vrk ,uull Servlee Asfcoclatlon next week jj president's Cup Play Country It lego of upper deck; members of tho
.."l!'.! ..:"':' ," ...;",.n, vi,i- t0 '"cus', tl,e I"-"l" Mona club Links. Civic Federation or the 100.000 Club
IMikiiLi, Hiiuno umi.v .- - . , .. . .. t.nhllo nnd 4 .. A4
of balls to batters as follows: I.m,. ". i. ,. ,.,. !. ......!.. ...!f.,. "".,."
e,..,r .rMl,, Hlrnli-lit down '' " ....... . t iiaRuuiui, aiiiuiiic mm
: 1 TT , "".dellned views, nnd It Is understood that, va. n'Wnll; J. A. C.
rl )t. Hurviyor Wall will bo cnlleu upon lo.j) SnKnr League At Wnlpahu, It lie bervlce club will poy three dollars
'assist In drawing tho proposed plans Uj norfio Team vs.-Alcaj at Kwa, II and n half for deck privilege alone.
cither slow or fast.
No. 2 Spltter Ilreaks "In" for
a will pay three dollars nnd fifty tents,
P. A, C. II with privilege of upper deck; those 'so
vs. Stars. It unpatriotic ns not to support any pub-
mu iimn . ,,, to suit both military and civilians, One
No. 3 Spltter-llrenks -out" for left.
mil batters. I ., '.. .. . .... ,
Kast Curve Starts
curves nenr plate.
Slow Curve much llko Joe McGln
nlty's "Old Sal."
Slider Glides fast, with little rota
,MI Iia t(. t&n,,r.k ,i ilnllnltn nlnn Ml.lt
. II. i, ,,,,. 'u ... r.M.u .. .,v. ,... ',(.,,, nu,-
1 ' able to all, to present through General
Macomb-to tho Federal authorities,
und to lay the foundation for the bring
ing about of a better feeling of com
radeship between the army men In
If Ahrtlliln ntiil lm nIHifana
Same us Cy Young's "onei ', , , , ,
General Macomb Is much Interested
In the work of Gcorgo It. Carter and
Inulw,..! Aiiii.nnntina linUm ahnntlnf?
. , . .the sanitary commission. Tho cx-Gov-
." '. '.. ,, n., . . i . . i.i i. emor will also attend the meetings of
Fast Hall-Thrown straight wlthter-l ., .,
rlllc force. I"'" " ". ,. """"""" " "' "
Slow llall-Mlxcl In with other de- li0 w.m us Uu,ccw. um,r.
.. . Cowles has been Invited to represent
Dope' Hall-Served slow to batter " "ay "d the public service club,
Drop Hall Not unllko Mnlhcwsoh's
Ilnlso Hall Thrown underhand with
Hop nail Ilreiiks up and "Jumps"
a a a
NEW DIRECTOR FOR
ELEELE DASEDALL TEAM
throughout the city lire falling Into
lino and appointing their delegates to
servo on tho Public Servlcu Associa
tion. Next week tho enrpentirs nnd fur
nishers will complete tho work of
transforming tho olllcos on King street,
vacated by the 1) ill let in, into heud
liuurters of the Public Service Associ
ation. Hero the. muny iithilated public
serving bodies will have their worK-
ilng head In the center of tho city.
C. Mourn has convenient to all business men,
a Homo Team vs. Wnlnnae. ft Tho reduced fnres are to those con-
It Opening Oalui Junior League It trlbutlng-flvo dollars or more a year
It First Series: Aula vs. Palama II to some Improvement xlub; those con
a Jr.; C. A. Uvs, Asahl. a trlbutlng less than this sum to a reg-
a Monoplano FlIfJITtR At Hilo. II ularly organized public benefit club
II Baseball Wnlalua va. Wnlnlee II nro welcomed' on the upper deck, but
a at Wnlalee, It no reduction In fare is made.
It President's Clip Play" Country II Care will be taken thnt no tickets
a Chili Links. It nro hl to rowdies, and It Is proposed
It Monday, June 12. a to reserve tho twenty-one berthf. for
a Ten Mllo Itaco Athletic rnrk; a ladles, Those wishing to make the
It Kins vs. Three Men UunnliiB a trip nre asked to send in their 'names
It tl Mllo Uolny. It " tho Public Service Association at
II Motor Cycle llaces Kaplolanl II "nee.
a 1'ark. a I a a a
II Saturday, June 17. it MAUI RACINQ ASSOCIATION.
II nricon Hound Go at Orpheum l
It Uniform PntswMnKenna nnd 11 Tho Maul Racing Association held a
It Kid Oeorco of San FranclBCo. a meeting nt tho Walluku Town Hall on
f Tk,,, .inn. 22. Tuesday evening. It was decided to
It Coronation Dav Cricket Match. II ""M another raco to tho program. A
It Aloxnnflor Field. it three-iiuarter-tnllo running raco, free
Tuesday July 4. a 'or n" wa, '"" on the program, and a
It naRe1i.ill with Kbios St. Louis tl l,u" of 25 Provided,
Ainmi.i vo ifi.t,. TTnlTnrnltv. II Thcro Is conslderabla doubt In tho
,, ti minds of many, both hero und in Ho-
aaanaaaaaaaaaauaaa oiuiu, as to whetimr un excursion boat
'Win run ror the races. The racing iib
'ug. association without n regular home soclation Is determined to have n boat
Is Invited to make uso of the robms, fr0in Ifonolulu on that date, even If
other n a obliged to charter It Itself, and
from tho present outlook this may bo-
ULr.ni.n, June 2. J
reslKtied the nuiiiagershlii of the Kle-I Through tho conrtei-v of President Those wishing to meet each
elo iliuehall Club und Is succeedod by y, H. Castle of tho Trail and Moun-1 downtown will find the rooms a con
H, t. Coburn. Mr. Mourn bus man- tnln Club nnd Charles A. Stanton of veulent place, and it Is hoped that come necessary.
aged tho affairs of tho team success- tho Hundred Thousand Club, tho fur- there will be many pleasant meetings a pitcer was landed
fully, nnd recLlve1 n voto of tl.uuKs nlture necessary nnd the rent ror the bere between tho military nnd tho peo-
from tho members. Mr. Coburn Is too ymr have been provided, nnd other plo of nil nationalities in Honolulu,
will know n among the spoils to r- clubs nnd members of the association
quire (in Introduction, Tho club Is for- hnvo promised the financial aid nec- Secretary MaeVeagh, "speaking be-
lunnto In securing tho services of such essury in establishing tho force of foro tho flouth Carolina, Hankers' As-
a public-spirited cltlzm, nnd that IJIe- stenographers and workers, JVoclallon, made a plea" thut tho south-
ee will continue her successful career Tim rooms of the Puhllo Service As-'ern Htntes bieak nwny from one-party
throughout the season Is an assured foclntlon will lift provided with chairs ruU and become lil-i.urtln.iii In their day
fact. Qardeu Island, for ono hundred, and any public serv- politics for their own isood. Life.
last week nt
Hilo from the nnterprlse, and we un
derstand he will bo In Kojiulul on the
I'ourin. Minn Mews.
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEX, HE TOM IHAKP
All IEEN EVERYWHERE
On June 1 our delivery leaves town
at 10:30 a. m. daily: ales calls for
laundry. PHONE 1862.
REWCO RYE WHISKEY
AT ALL THE LEADING 8AL00NB
CONSALVES & CO., Ltd.,
First Personally Conducted Party
"What city Is thlt?" "What day Is It
Wednesday or Thursday?" "Wednes
'Then It must be Florence,"
(Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)
At every retail grocery store
and soda fountain. See that' you
get what yon ask' for. Note
the label. " ' '
PINECTAR SALES CO., Ltd.
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