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H)f' a EVENlWo BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, AtG. 1, 1911. , ,
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Wm. - GTE. WADT HIH I H sss.Hisi.lHCaHHQViiBIHIIIHH mounts, enabling Andrews to drive the tiMOfJ LfJ-Uf at As,ts jg
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jjSf- , Stt el an 1 brick structure, furnnh- Ljk 1 leT E M Pi'' jm .'jgjwi &, uw3v-Y (ysMiHaLl
P hotel at modcraiu rates. Omnibus C CW 1 AFl1 ET ir il'XT .u' V't'p ifljH
HB'- meets all trains and steamers Vi LliraV MJ fJ ', " p Ji ' If tgW iLVaLB
B4 Hawaiian Island lieailquartcrs. olace of the bothersome aB wKj .'j. V V P l Tt W m JKsbbbbbbbI
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FACING llic beautiful pnrk
It tliu heart ut the cltj,
which U the theatre ol
th iitnt'linl cicnts of
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ilronment und utmoiiphcref ex
presses most pleasantly the
comfortable spirit of old Cal
ifornia. The rojnltj and nobility 01
the Old World und the Fur
Knst und the men of high
iichlcicmrnt In America who
assemble here contribute to the
eovmopolllnn atmosphere of an
Institution which represent
tho hospitality und Individual
Ity of San Francisco to the
The building, which murki
the farthest udnnce of science
In sen Ice, bits now the largest
capacltjr of an j- hotel structure
In the West, und upon comple
tion of tho Post street annex
will be thu largest cururnnserj
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Inter-Island and O. R. & L. Shipping
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Pioneers and Leaden in
the Automobile Buiineii
Agents for such well-known cara
as Packard, rope-Hartford, Stevens
Duryca, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
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Supplies & Repairing
..For the BEST RENT CARS In tho
city, rlno up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 40!
LANDAU LET, No. 580
C. H. BEHN
6CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Ihe BICYCLE DEALER and RE
PAIRER, has moved to
180 KINO STRUT
New location Red front, neti
young Building. Telephone 2518.
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
Gents' Dry Goods
KAM CHONG CO.
Corner Fort and Beretanta Streete
FINE LINE OF DRY GOODS
WAH YING CHONG
King Street, Ewa Fishmarket
Wing Chong Co.
KIHU M. NEAR BETHJEL
Dealers in Furniture. Mattresses,
etc., etc. All kinds of K0A and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
And Cloth of fa uality' Can t
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P. 0.. Box 881 , Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL O00DS
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 Nuuanu. near King Street
Fine Line of
At the New Hardware Stort
CITY HARDWARE CO.
Sine and Nuuanu Streeti
MEMBERS OF HONOLULU GLEE CLUB
Seven members of tho
Glee Club started on n tour ut
the big Inland today with thu de
parture of tho Muuna Kca, Tho Ini
tial concert of the circuit will hi
given at Kohala nnd from llicio thcy
BATTING AND FIELDING
KEI0 NINE STANDS SECOND
FIRST PLACE IN ERROR
The special Kelo series?, cloned with
thu St. LOUIS' tJollegetiilM' U
pious, playing four' kancs'nnd winning
them all. The ' first 'mutch was with
thu Stars, thu score being 8-4. The
Hccond encounter una with thu llawall
nine, the Huli)ts again victors by 7-5.
The third "mutch was a hot one, ut
the conclusion of which the Kelui were
III camp to the tune of 4-0, u goose
egg for .(.very liiciijbcr of thu teaiiL
Last Sunday tlio S.ilnts played their
last taunt of Iho'sirlcH, going an extra
Inning In older to win from thu I'. A.
V nine. Ilnally beating Hum by one
Hesldes u Inning tho series, IheHalntH
bate collie out on top for both team
lleldlng iiiul batting. In thu lidding
they kIiiihI ilrst. with .944 per rent.,
the Kelos being second, but with a con
sldciably luwtr liercentage.
Tho batting averages are close, tho
SalutH In thu lead with .'-'30 per cent.
Thu Kelos uiu u close second , with .235.
Ttiu Stars are tullenders In every
thing, batting only .133 und ileldlug
Mlyuku inado three two-baggcra dur
ing tho season, and Koyuiuu, Kusuka
und Takahsnia inudo two iinlece. wbllo.witb twenty-four.
Koyiuua ulso inado a three-bagger.
Itlcu and Raphael wcro the only
Hawaii men to make two-baggers. I.
Tin made tWO of the four tw'6-bnggers
credited Id thu Stars.
Si. Louis 4 140
Kelos S SCO
I. A. C r. 170
HnwAII fi 189
J A. C 0 190
Stars G 1G0
Team Fielding Averages.
(I. I'O, A. 15.
St Louis .... 4 91 111 9
Kcl 8 21.1 110 24
Oahu Wins Spectacular Game
at Leilehua Final Score
Oaliu 3, Cavalry 234.
Aftir outriding, outstiokliig and out
playing thu Oaliu team, thu eavulry
Mlii.id slipped and fell headlong Into ng Hush up ho often us It did through
the pit of defeat because of it iiilsshotnut tho entire sndppy contest,
and two fouls which sprung up In Cavalry Team Great. x
Ilia ciiMilrynien's path on the wild danh
Tho obstruction was flight, only one- thu Leilehua men that they nro with
quarter or u point, but tho smallest nut doubt tho grcutest teum In tho U,
fraction of a point In sports placed s, army,
upon the scales of decision will send
Ihe Indicator wavering to defeat as KVr. thu cavalry ponies un opportunity, nnn, AnUn Kliner, Margaret Gardner,
easily as u hundred points would. t demonstrating just how speedy' Kdlth Harmon, Hnbeitu Haskell, Lol
The Kumu was wonderfully spectacu- horseilesii ran bo without binning up la McKlbheii, Mnrjorle Mitchell Mar
l.ir throughout, tilled to thu brim with their legs und hoofs. Tim Oahu mounts , K,irot llazeltlno. Kllzahelh Wilier nnd
excellent riding and cracking good mill- Mno cleared spaco with remarkable Margaret Witter,
let work. agllff'K4 i'l'l't'l could not run their rivals 1 mt
Teamwork by tho Oalius was at times
Badly dchYlent, wbllo Ibal ot the' Fifth
will tako In the entire Island going
down tho Kunu able through wul
thca nnd llllo.
Tho glco club la under tho able di
rection of Ah Chciy Tin Sin. nnd are
considered nmong the best musician
In tholslnnds ,,,-...,
IN LEAGUE. STARS TAKE
S AND STOLEN BASES.
Kn Sue, the well-known balltnsser,
rt h I ?' I" . t'
li'ii tho onlyymnii who nmde. u bunie
run iloi lug tho sui vh. It was for his
great work both at b.it and 111 tho Held
on that ocenMon that the.' Japanese
committee miw that be did not iday for
the HnUMlJiV,lillthi Hocund iiiuteh .with
thu Kelos, lint Cuituln Denim got along
without lilm'uiid the necoml giiino re
ijillleil In thy Nipponese being wbltu;
Hirors were, plentiful In tho series.
Thu Kelos were responsible for tweli
ly-fuur, whllu tho Saints contributed
t'uptiiln Knnkl i-tolo four bases while
phDlng here out ofu total of sixteen
Hcortd by his team.
The Stars beat every other team In
making errors, so can boast of coming
out on top In somu department, at any
Kusuka, who plays third on tho Kelo
nine, Hindu xeveii errors during thu se
ries, Willi Sumikl a closu second. Fu
kudu had two errors In thu dual game
The Kelos innilo thu greatest num
ber uf runs, scoring thirty-nix, und tho
IIuw.ills were second In
Following uiu tho oHlclal averages
of the teams In, ''fiattfiuj unci .lidding
fur the scWes')titj;ooii " Thu' records'
linvo been lceilVl?W'.T..Vtaposo, thu
I olllclal scour:
3D. SI I.
J, A, V.
P. A. C.
.'JMKtarn C 13S
Horsemen was perfoctlon, probably due
I to thu reason that they were on their
own Held and felt more confident than
the visiting boys, who uro used to a
swiird ot very different nature.
I Tho score was even with thu chance
of iinothir pel lod to decldo matters,
I when two cavalrymen rushed the bnll
down thu Held with u hard goal In
sight. Olio mndo n vicious smash to
direct tho globe's course nearer In po
sition for a final scoring wallop and
imtcilil, sent It bounding wide over tho
line, Imposing n safety nnd penalty,
giving the gaunt to Oaliu by u murgln
of onc-iiiar(er 6f n point,
.N'evir before did such brilliant play-
Oorgu Angus, referee, stated after
tho remarkable showing on tho port of
j,0 nc-Id wns exceptionally fast, nnd
down. One Oabiipony, W. lL,by name,
ildden by Lieutenant Andrews, proved
I hlnmelf the real speed ilemon of tlife
day, spurting out 111 the Inst few pe
riod In sued a llglitnlhtf-llfiHli maimer
us to iiiinpletely outdistance thu other
mounts, enabling Andrews to drive the
bull cleanly through for two goals.
Andrews Plays Great Game.
Andrew plnyit a wonderful, uggros-
Kho game, and causes n lot of worry
to nny rlvnl bucking ngulnst lilni. His
itrokn delivery In superbly nccurnte,
combined with llnu liijud work, allow
ing blin time and tlmu iigulii to Kprlng
out lu tho lurid hi spYctaeular faKhlon.
ilurnlil Cantlc also plays a great
gnine nnd scored' the first goal for
ualui nfter the first forty seconds of
Tho gamo put up' by WnlUr Oil
llnttham wan n line one, but lacked u
little of bla otdllmo "pep." Atkltlinn
did not succeed In doing much the first
eouplc of periods, but thu cruekliig
good game bo played tuwnrdir tho lust
niadu up for his first allowing.
Harold Dillingham was replaced
nfter the third period bv I.leutenniit
Andrews, who cninfa through with ux
cullcnt innlelt and Kaddlcwork.
I.leutennnt Mill Sheridan maclo some
line, nnappy raps for goal after thu
ball had been driven out to him by tho
furious speed work on tho part of Lieu
The beat limn at backhand driving
nnd riding was Lieutenant Forsythe,
who allowed un a wbnder along tbeso
lines. I.leutennnt tjuekemcycr also
prowd nn excellent wlelder of thu
After forty seconds' piny, tho first
goal was inado by Uahu, Castlu send
ing the ball through. The' next goal
went to the cavalry at tho handi of
Forsyth, followed Immediately by a
score ny Quckemeyer. Andrews men
smashi d another goal for Oaliu, even
ing tilings up until the final scorn was
decided on neeount of penalties Im
posed on the cavalry.
Colonel Ituiiiboiigh, nrlgndler-Gcn-
ernl Macomb nnd Colonel Wilder, along
with many other navy und army folk.
were guests of honor. Tlio clubhouse
ut tho Fifth Cavalry tendered them a
reception nfter the content.
n a a
WANTS TO WRESTLE
Soldier King, who has made good In
running races while In trtn Inlands, hns
other stunts which be prides hlmseif
OH. He culled iip the Hulletlli this
lllornllik' anil announced ihut he was
ready , to wrestle any ilb-kii'iud nun
111 tins .Islands, thu hot to he, arranged
at a conf'efcnco nnd tho bout to ba
(lulled off at the Empire Theater any
nlglit this week.
Soldier King bnrs no nationality, and
will lake on the Ilrst coiner who eul
show' the goods.
st n a
FAND0M AT RANDOM
. i -t ,.--
The New York Athletic Club, one of
tho leading forcijs In American athlet
ics during tho pust twenty years, which
took second place In thu 1911 A. A. U,
meet held nt Pittsburg on July 1, Is
contemplating withdrawing from thu
A A. II. nud conducting Its own ath
letic gitmes Independent of that body.
Kddlu Desha appeared on the. local
hiiKcball diamond Sunday fur thu Ilrst
time since 1908, pitching for the Ha
waii team. There were three Ueshua
on the tenm that day William, David
Koy.iina and I'ultuila will be on tho
list of retired players when the Kelo
nine reaches home. Uotb of them are
very popular- with the Honolulu funs.
Twelvo charming Kappa' Kappa
(lunima girls, n party from tho Uni
versity of California, who havo been
making nil extended stay In the Isl
ands will tnko their departure from
Honolulu tomorrow morning us pus
sengeis In tho Oceanic steamship Si
erra. During tho month spent In the Ter
ritory tho oung ludles have mndo a
host of friends who wlll greatly ro
gtet their letnrn to tho mainland.
Thoy do predict tlmt Intone or two
Instances, members of tho youhlfiil
patty will endeavor to play u ictuin
engagement rilid ull be'euuso of the
unorilug marksmanship of Llttlo Da.i
Cupid, he of matchmaking funio,
Tho party will doubtless figure Us
heroines of tho hour, upon their u
turn In Snu Francisco as thoy Imvo
been headlined up and down tho coast
na the survivors In a miraculous es
capo from shipwreck In Honolulu
harbor, through tho accldunt that did
really happen to the llttlo quarantine
Tho Incident occurring In the har
bor was considered aa tA'vul hero
but It was left tu tho coast press to
run columns of stories nnent n brave
rpscuo from a horrlblo fale of shin
wreck on tho mud hound tldo Mats, nf
Honolulu unrbor. ,
Among those who mndo up tho part
ly wuto many young women from
fitnnford and tho University of Cali
fornia. Tho names of Iho members
nro us follows:
Misses Anita Crellln, Helen linn
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