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GOOD BALL GAME
The bnvs lit tlie Industrial Behind
hnu formed u baseball league, which
la lumpoKed of nil the best material In In us follows:
Tin' standing (if the 'National, Amer
ican mill (.'oast leagues up to Juno 22
the Fchuol, Including teachers, mid they
mi! playing some lino lall.
Thu league 1b ioinpocil of tlirfa
trains tliu Wnlnleo Athletics, Feur-
NntM iiml Wnlknhnnl. Tho Wnlalcu Pittsburg .
Athlitlc hiii tint championship of tliu I'lillmltliilitii
New York 35
tlrvt series laU Haturduy, when they Ht. Louis 30
lii'iit tliu Wiilluilunls 2 to 1 nftcr n Cincinnati 21!
limit exciting game, llrunklyn 20
Tliu school linn n first nnd second lliullin , 13
nine, composed Of memhtrs of llio
three teams of the Institution, wlilcli : AMRWCAN l.HAOUi:.
try for school honors. On June 11 tho V. I
Junior teuin made Its first uppcuriinco fMinlt 40
ninl tin) senior tcmn I.' to play tliu Philadelphia S. 34
Knawn liuncli on the l'ourth of July. New York' 29
Tills Kuuwa, nlm !uih won nltiioit uv- Clikniio , 27
rrythhiK In tili:ht, wlnulnir their laxt Unslnn 29
ISiimo Sunday from tho llauiila boys by 'loehuul 24
12 to 1. I Washington 20
Thf second team expect to trim Ht Louis IE
Kb opponrnt when It meets them on
tlm Fourth, nnd by so dolriK break! PACIFIC COAST I.RAaUi:
thch Ioiik string of victories. V. U
Tliu gaum between tho Wnlaleo Alll- Portland 44 31
It tie uml tho Wnllialanls on Sunday Han Krmichrn 4G 37
wan watched by tliu whole school, ami Yeriiou 41 40
tliu majority of tho boys wcro cheer-j Oakland 42 41
Iiik for tho liming team. Thcru were Sacramento 2C 42
many exclthm moments during the aft-1 Los Angeles ....32 49
irnoon. xt tt H
J. M. Johnson Is ho live wire nt tho nTDftrsrD PI IID Tf)
school and nlwnys keeps tho siorls go- uu ' Q'.ViVIr.lirt r.?n i .V
luir' Iln Is tlio father of tliu now
league J"st started there.
Ilutli tt'uniM hnd strong pitchers in
Champions of Oahu 5! League
Tlio Xiitlu- Suns won the Onhti LriiKiir championship lust Sunday lijr
370 drfrnlliiK Hie .liipaucie Athletic Club In II"' deilillni; Ifunie il Hit- urn
,2C8 bitIi'm. Tilt" plajiTH In Iln- Krnnp iiImmo an- ni tulloHHt
. I Hack lliur, Sliuiillnir. It'll to rliriit dipt. i. licslia, rf.t . I.t, . A.
I Ilmlm, p.) '. Ilrslin, cf.t 1'iid re, musi-nt; E. Mnniatikii, 8li. J. Kunlll,
ss.; A. Dri'lcr, Hi mid iniinaKer. hront now . juimmim, j.( . "
pliatl, im . Itlce, If.t Oo. Jlclutjrc, rf.
SOLD TO VICTORIA
FAND0M AT RANDOM
RACE JULY 2
Now tlio fans will have a chnncn to
M'o a real 15-mlle race, ulilcli will bo
tompeted by Uih best man at that dis
tance who have runliere Jlmmle Fltz
Kerald and Boldler KIliK-
Thu papers were signed Jnst eenlnn
nnd call for a 15-mlle race on Hi.iiday
nt tho Athletic Park. Thomns Trend
way Is the promoter of the etent and
the fans know that when lie tnkes such
things In hand he will nut nllnw any
fake to occur.
Jlmmlo Fitzgerald came Into tliu,
II u 1 1 e 1 1 n oinco yesterday noon nnd
stated that ho was getting uied to the
climate fast and that It was the only
thluK he had to look out for at pros
enf. He has been doing some running
out nt tho Alexander Field all tlili
week and during the mornings has en
gaged In mountain climbing.
Pltzgerald states that such work as
long Jogs nnd climbing hills Is the
best practise for nthletes. Ho wanted
to make known that he wns down hero
to inn on tho square and did not wint
nny crooked work, ns he always wtnt
Into n race to win. "If Soldier King
beats me, all well and good, but I
won't Maud for nny crooked work,"
This goes to assure tho fans that
Arthur So wall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
,'ORliiirELL AUTOMATIC SPKIMKLER)
Neunian Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
rORT STREET, HEAR MERCHANT
Packing and Shipping
Our packtrs are experienced men skilled In handling houcc
hold goods, ard our office ttaff is familiar with (hipping and
fCutlom House papers.
Olve lis sour order nnd wv will iittend to every
detail of tho packing and slilpplnt;.
Union Pacific Transfer
King St, next to Young Hotel
, . ,! t J $
in n I'limn nlned nt Aala Park Sun
day morning, the C. Y. A, won from Fitzgerald Is going to give King a hard
tin. Aleas by the score of 12 to 2. ntter rub Sunday. Uotli men know nil tho
DISCUSS ANNUAL DUES
There will be n full meeting of the
the box Sunday nnd held their oun Outrigger I'luu nt tlio I'ublio uervico
throughout tliu game. Camaeho, who roums Thursday evening to discuss tho
did the twirling for the Athlitlea, put mutter of Ttues nnd the advisability of
ibrti'ii men put by tho strike-out Incorporating. Tho duea ut tho Out
route, while T. Drlght, his Worthy op- rjgger Club for tho first tl)reo years
-ponent,stniek"Otften. ' '" exltnco wcro fixed at 5 n
Tho lineups tuid.Bcoro were, as fol- yenr.yAt the last annual Election hal
lows: r ' ' SXi ' .'" iol wcro U nt J hi. to the number of
VValaleo Athletics H. Horse, cf.: seventy-odd, w.hilo only twenty-ono
D.ivld freeinnn, If.: M. Ollvelra, 2b.; members attended In person. A bnro
HACHAMKNTO, Juno 17.
l'ltcher Johnny Williams, who
was brought from tho Hawaiian
Islands by Manager (Iraham to
work out with thu Senators, hns
been sold to tho Victoria team
of tho Northwest League. Wil
liams showed promise of being
n good twlrler, and It is under
stooii that tho BacraunjnliJ team
Jias kept a string on him. Tm
Senators nro still carrying many
a ragged game.
tricks of tho game nnd nro experienced
Charley Wong wns tho star on tlio men er tho distance.
Chinese team. Ho made two two-bag-l SoMfcr King put up a goo.l 15-mlle
gera and one dandy three-lugger. Ho run some tlmo ago. when ho competed
,, ,i.... ....i,i.. i against Knoo, but then ho was not
All Tun struck out twelve men for freed to run hard. This time ho will
thu C A. Y and had the other fellows "" a different proposition to tackle
guessing all tho time. The scorn was ntzgerahl, who has not been de
,u r ii. a- .feated over tho 15-mlle course yet.
n v . ,.,D,M1 0 11' K'nB l'aH l,cn training steadily nnd
Alens4.; "..T..lVo 00 1 0 0 0 "2 ' liotsiilng much of tho mco, an ho
iinuersinuus wnni win oo ejiiecieii oi
hhn. Tho men nro In perfect condl
tlon now nnd will bo rendy by Sunday
Hen Ki-ohii, rf.; Tom Uowe, sa.; Win. majority of thesp carried thovelectlon ; .,-y r,, $, & 4, ,5, rv .5. .5,
Mlliioe, c.j V. Camaeho, p.: Sam Hal- and made a change. It Is, honed now(
Hey, 3b.; W Chamberlain, lb.; J. K. that thero will lie n mil turn-out nipt
Kuoha, sub. 1 thut the inatterH of dues nnd Incorpor-
Walkal.inl Tom llrlght, p.; 1'alen ntlon.wlll bo discussed nnd a vote
1'oe, e.r A. K. Kane, lb.; Aklmn, 3b ; taken. Tho present due.s, fixed nt tho
Aklona. 2h.; Slalolo, rf.; A. 1'arker, cf.; last election, nro 10 a year. In rc
W. Kalaholewa, If.; Ijiwrence, as,
,. Thero was n largo nttendanco nt tho
s IuihIiiuhh intellng of thu Hawaii Yacht
5 Club last evening, nt which time tho
I llnal arrangements for tho race to Ka-
ihlilul wero completed.
There aro.llwi entries for tho event.
Die "Hill" I'l'd 10 takes tho rookies which will ifiako the race very Inter
t i.in,. 11,0 iniliioklest nllcher In'estlug. The boats that will take part
Hu noil-Hire unariiiiio
FANDOiyi AT RANDOM
to xlvt. the fans an exhibition of what
n lC-iuIlu nice really Is,
Tho people of Honolulu are lucky
to see Fitzgerald in a race, as ho Is
tho champion of the world at. fifteen
miles nnd Is now on 1ili way to New
York, where ho will tacklo one of the
best runner there.
Promoter Trendwny Is well knowp
11. la muull world of nuru.
mini In tin. lnrnrnoriitlmr of tho club. i i.,.i tl.n trnlli Hint Hon. Hoodoo i ineliii, Olndys and Hawaii
1 0 0 0 0 0 o 02 twelve members hnvi petitioned that rrom thu Japanesu former pitcher lnw ! Tim course Is to tho leeward side of (q U)u 8I)0rUnK ,mWCl nnd they mny
Walkalanl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 the matter bo reconsidered, nnd as tho n Htrnliglo hold on our rriend redli), mmohai nun mui ' "....". ...... rogt lll)1uri.u ,mt the rnc0 wlM u0 0i
Doublo plays, Akhino to Kuni., Morse club has not yet been Incorporated, ,j unless Mr. Hoodoo Is foiccil otitjw'heru the achtsinen will spend tho H)o Hquure ,, ,, nla0 Kono n,lfall
to Halsey; struck out. by Camuclio II, this matter will b oteil 011 by all who f our friend will noxer win 11 '" inml rn,nged for n baseball game be
Every IiOW, Damp
Spot in Your Yard.
18 A IlItKKttlNn PI.AC'i: l'OU MOS(UMTOI UAYi: THESR
PI.AC'HS ni.l.i:i) IN AND TIIH LOT UltADHD.
P. M. POND,
THE SHEEREST GARMENTS
LAUNDERED WITHOUT INJURY .
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. ABADIE, Prop. 777 KINO GTRCET
Tel. phono 1491 ..... . . n0 Branch
Wrluht 10; bases on balls, olT Cama- have paid their dues up to Hate.
cho 2, Wright 2. Time of game, 1 hour M t tj
15 uilnuteH; umpire, J. M. Johnson; ' DINNER GIVEN
aconr. ... Ka.llwai. I jq CHAMPIONS
Up to yesterday, the standing of
teums In the Kauai tusehull league was
gaum Ml long us hu Uvea. Thu P. 'twem tho Chlneio team, which will
A. (' wero liudlliK tho 8tarH,M-2, uml Tho members of the Hawaii lacht ,)ll(,k Mp nKalnKi ho K(l(J m IU)J
u Tl,a Utra litiil nil lll I 1 Uliu Will noill u minim-no mrctiof,
lf IIUIB, 1 ,, U.M.H ..M . -- -- - ,
on buses, and he
m.miu im m... .. .,.,...,. no .,....,.. ... . ,,,. pi.nmninn. t the Hrst se.
throws to second,. tho olllce of tho Honolulu Amusement r( of , 0ulm L(.llBUI.. Tllls Ban,
P. W. U Pet.
Kllauen "...7 C 2 ,71
.Makawell ... !l C 3 .CliO
Hhile 9 C 3 .CCC
l.thuu 8 S 3 .C2.1
Koioa .-.. 9 B 4 .055
Hiimestcud S 2 C .2H0
Knwalhau S 0 8 .000
The Hawaii huselull team will 1)0
l...... u.l.ll illtlt.u ll.lu ,.l,l.,ll,ll. fl I
! , ... . ...... ... .......,. .... .r ,, few
UlU l-fllirui U.IIIU III Q i:tii:n ujt ... ,,.,
:1l Asio, manager nnd' proprietor of tho
cafe, in honor of their winning out lit
.CCC "") fr' serifs, of the O.ihu League.
and mibody thero to reecho the ball;
I. ..,. ... ..... ......m ... .1.. III,.
UOlll llieil COIIIU nunm iuiu uu
score, and thuiu nialia;o to iiiukti ti
Company this exenlng to arrange for
tlio Kuiirth of July yacht nice to Kn
hulul, Maui. A cup is being offered
by the maul sports mid all yacht own
ers urn rciiupiteil to attend tho meeting.
WILL CURE YOU
nd wo will
or Refund The Monty.
To the man who lias "cone to pieces,"
who tulTcrs from a "break-down of Ins
physical or mental vigor, who has wasted
llis vitality ill VOllth through icrnnratire
of the laws -of nature, to the sixty out of ,)ect tQ wtn frum tlie Kuhuku team
s; tiTttt'tS "r "" r.1 " r,0
inarri.iRc, we oiTer Persian Nerve Essence lllQ luel, of the wluning team
on the following . wuh uh followa;
ml. -. !! . al... tr..ll. ni I.a
I .. ..."... f I.... .... I 1 Ilw Ilrlll'lt'S lU MW J-lllllt- .7 uu-
Tho Iluwall team Is one of tho mo,t senco 11011 ino game o, pm, . ,,, r ,.,,. nni, riUBern,d
popular bunch of sports, playing lvuecoun of dimiiicmb no nau o ...u ,
the Oahu I-eaguo this season. Tim o at I lo. Kddlo was full of life. m for Him()(iy ut Ahrtk j
inemberH play together well, and tlili "' "" """" """' """ " 1. i, ,.xe,ted
get awn) on theti
I linir.ti ml llir. e.
goes to make them a winning team.
The boys fetl pioud over their vic
tory and nro In liApes of currying off
thu next series.
U t! 9
letting In u uoblly run.
tlmi of the grand slglitf. Sunday In
the. Stur-P. A. C. game was when
Apiiu, 'llllaniH nnd All Toon nil raced;
will bo a preliminary to tho big event
of the day.
Tho baseball game should glvo tho
fans n line on what will happen when
the Chinese team fiicounUrn the Kelos.
All thoo who take in the afternoon's
sport shuuld certainly get their money's
FANDOm" AT RANDOM
tl.fil tl.n. . i.KU llfll I '
tills, tliu IIIIHI in . ( -
little jaunt about rt" ,"u", ,VI?" B","v f".""".' '"'".
1 wlio was drowned yesterday, aru sad
Iteports loiiio from Kauai that tho
niirilcn Island olu team will bo a lino
... ..... ...... r-,-... ii.tiil, . r.it l,.k.,.iil,'a muv linll nml. wlieti luev
KAAWA WIN f-KUM HAUULA ,. ,- Bt0)1.'llt .. BlllI ,rt . this year Tin, h,IoJ.I. an. nraew,
' ' ' ' tlf.t..,a u.,i...-..l ii..i.B .. ....,! ...! ha
Joseph, however, felt relieved. """ B ""' " " ,"r ""- ,"-.
over the poor bvy's mishap. Hchleber
was a good sailor, but somehotv could
not reach shore, as did Ills partner
Mush, when III? boat capsized.
Thorn wns nn Interesting gamo of
baseball played on tho other sldo of
tliu Island Sunday, betwocn the
Kuawu uml I lunula teams, In which
1 tlio former won by thu score: uf 13
to 1, ufter u one-sided game.
Tlio 1 lunula bunch made their run
through 11 coupln of wild throws on
the part Of their opponents. Tho
young players of Kuuwti nro putting
up some tine playing lately, and ex
Kunlll displayed good team work
Sunday, when Dicier llred the bal
over to third to Catcher kitup, mil
, , " ... , . ', ,'iinolu tie nrteeii.nillo race between
missed It. KnuUl run from short 111 ' ,, , , , ... , , , , . ,
' 1. .,.. ....11 1 1, ,.r m''ii1'K"-.I1 ninl King, which U expected
.illlU IV IVI. Ill" ll, u 1 .', ,,..
hum, which saved 11 run.
Harney Joy got a painful crack on
the left leg ilurjng the game Htiuday
j In the third Inning, and was visited
, ,.. .,.. . by (mother ball In tho ninth. Thlstlme
Ui hutr mn-n 11111, 11111:1111 m inu- .....
the llfleen-mllo raco between " """ " -.. .".
piuiles are rounding
lo bo pulled off on July 2. Ho states
that ho Is too busy with other .mutters.
If It's Paint
AND TOD WANT A Q00D JOB, SIX MI TOM IHAEJ
AM IEEN EVERYWHERE
On Juno 1 our d.llv.ry l.av.. town
at IO1JO a. m. daily; also calls for
laundry. PHONE 1862.
It looked nn though tho rain was
going to prevent the second match
Sunday, ns the clouds wero dark
and tlio rittu was coming down In
drops, hut ufter tho fifth inning It
ADQnillTC lIIADUTCC,,.I?rWUM,Vl!ICl'lA,"",,n,,.lr;.,a,e0;l "rllo received n painful blow In
AbdULUIt bUAKANIbt "Jfken, ss; John Aweau, lb; Kskut',,,,, flrBt nnn Sulul f,m, a
, i ' ii,1,!ko"' 3b; ,Ie,"y K' ijoiiiiiiko , ba(,pi. ua. w utlslm ..., ,, .....
If a full courw Irealmrnt of lx Loin of " (enpt.), 2Ij: Stone, c; Marllll. p , , . , , . . , . , , .
Perilan Krrvr lUunee it' liken aiidtlie .implo ,IJ' ' n,""u' l "'"rim, p. foul, which Bliot Straight to llrllo's
Tim fans )iy glUpg Hlco flattering
upptauso for that great catch of a hit
by Sterlie along third base lino show
ed that they appreciate, good playing,
whither by tho favorites or not.
I The Japanese and Portuguese lost
their games ugaln yesterday, and there
Is no doubt that both am beginning
to get familiar with defeats.
Many entries are being made for the
hlg Fourth of July meet on Kuual.
Among the Interesting events Is a,
tlirtclioiu gitcn are Mtourtl out and It iloct
nut make a ncrDiancnt cure. ut uill wflnuA
tlie full puicliaie frier.
Try one box v these wonderfut little oriental
tatltti and we the marked Lcncttt you wil re
(the, tin. n lake lh full courc treatment and
le iHrinancutljr currl. Itiry contain no mer
cury or uther fn;tiriuus druR. Tliey will
cine all nrrvou duratct, slrepleainess, faillriK
ineinory. brain fait, incapacity for study or
bufciiir, premature itrcay, rxhaiutett vitality
anil all (rouble cauael ly overwork and Ul
I'rrhlan Neive Fitence liai brouglit happlneii
Iptu tbouiandi of liutuct and made marriage)
n s: n
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Tli(ri) wiii something wrong with
arm, hut he still stuck to his post.
.Snipper celebrated a return to bat
ting form, fitinduy, with two singles
Joy'f. and Ilnpluul's arms yesterday, aud one two-bugger. Ono of tho sln-
for they threw nil sorts of wild one Kei wui n liner to Souza that went
to Hicond base. ipo fast,ho couldn't see It.
In a ruiiio of baM-lMll yesterday In mn Hro Jwil ,no ,lny ,10 ont.
the Plantation' League, P.wa won Its IMl Siimluy. Iln went ufler nil
llrst gamo from Alea, 2 to 1. Thern )(uS of nies, sotue of them well over
were many spectators. .towuids center Hold, but ho caught
'them nil on tho run.
The Hawaii team did soniu lino bunt-
You cau bUalo , lug In yesterday's gamo uml kept tlio (j. Mclntyrn was on the bench Sun-
I Tn iin rir.uu Ititloliliiru (t'iircltul nil t li .1 1 ..... ... .... . t
Al I nDIIPniCTO . .- -- IHyi ;,,, 1 upiuiu u.iviu iipinii looit
ALL, UnUUlbd time v , . .!,! pi,,,,, at ,,,., nu
IKJh.IljIe If. .urn ulin liaic Irlfd. IiunJrrJt ut
ullirr reindict without Iwnrfit, '
1 he iMfc it tiot'yoHn 'Hie proprietor., The
Hfon i:iiort Co., 95-9 1.iUti hi., N.w
iik, N, U, h, A., "HI reditu.! tlie muncy
If lliev tlo licit rura. (live llirm a coimI fair
trial, don't delay any lonscr, coiumence nuw
lo-uay aim im; a well mail,
uie prcuaratioii truiu
tt Wednesday, June 28,
I'lcld Meet At t)t ItHRor.
St Sunday, July 2. tt
tt Ilasnhall Uhlni'su vs. Hawaii nt St
It Athletic Park. tt
U Fifteen Mile naco Soldier King,
n Fitzgerald, Ilubbenotte.
St Tuesday, July 4. S
Ilasehall with Kelos
That man I.nla took another fall out
of tho Japanese aud has won more
K'gnmos agalnkt tliem than any other
SS pitcher In the league,
(Additional Sports on Pago 12)
MACLEAY, DIFP & CO.'s
Scotch Whisky .
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd.,
Mr Wm. Joseph Htckard of Hnno
kaa was as Hone to the open doors of
death, last Sunday, as anyone would
raio to he. While, chasing a wild
St, Ixmts U hnrso through tho ilonso forest, the
tt Alumni vs. Kclo University. SS unlmnl he v,'"" riding fe nnd Mr.
.1 A. C vs. Hawaii at Athletic tt Hlckard was thrown, His left foot
ts Park. SS becamn fastened In the stirrup, uml
tt Tinck Meet, I.llmo Kauai First SS lip was dragged for a dlstaure of 3W)
SS A. A. U 8ioits, SS root. Hu nmnaged to rreo his foot
tt Wednesday, July 5. SS and was glad when th found Hint
SS Il.iRehall Kolo vs Chlnnsn 4:30 SS only his himh on tlio right Inml wu'i
SS O'eloik at Athletic Pal It ' SS Jjinmi b) 'I'' fo'l of Hm frgllpn-
,tl :i :i 11 1: : 1: 11 ji 11 ii 11 u 11 u " " im uuinuu. -uoaaia .iiiuget n
(Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)
At Feast or Fireside