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EvfeNia Bulletin, Honolulu, t. h., Monday, sept, is, wii.
REWC0 RYE WHISKEY
At All the Leading Saloons
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Jy Best for the Complexion 6Um
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lmi Fort and Hotel Street! lKl
Stunner !t, Ilnphnel 2; Innlnps pitched,
by Leslie 0, Bushnell 2; 'lilts, off l..stlo
C, Uushnctl 1; chnigO0efett to Leslie;
missed tlilrtl Strike, Raphael Umpires,
Wulkcr ami Bain Jhlliliigworlh; scorer,
N. Jackson; time of 'game, 1 hour 20
College Team Makes First Ap
pearance Before Tolir
Hardy Pitched Well.
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Game Should Begin
Next Sunday at
After cnJojIiiK the Itcgnttn Dayj
spoils In Hid harbor, n large croud
Joiirncj til down to the Athletic l'nrk
In thi! nfternuun tu nee tlin llve-milo
nicii between Jlmmle Klt7gernld unci
"Soldier" King pulled oft, nnd ll bast
bull game between tliu Hnlnts nnd All
Onhu nlnei 111 vhlch the latter won
0-4. MAUI, Sept. 1C The biseball situ-
The baseball rnmo wns n dandy, nnd ntlon In gradually coming nlotiK, nnd
nfter the Saints had Htarted oft with nt tho nteetltiK of the athletic ussocl
nn iiwfttl rtisli In tho first InnliiK. nil- "Hon In tho Town Ilnll last Monday
Ing Ui rour runs, It turned out to be evening, n permunent organisation was
their nnlsh. its the picked team got formed 0 H. Meyers was ilected
down to work nnd not u man reached president: tV. T. Itoolnsnn. vlce-prcsl-second
nfter the first ro-ind Mike dent: John Garcia, secretary; Captain
Hardy pitched n swell game nnd nl- Hal, trensiinr. It was the ccuscnstis
lowed only ono hit, nfter the first In- of opinion of thoso present that nt the
nine Ho wns Uo good with tho baseball senson Is nearly over, n short
stlLk. once touching Leslie for u two- series should he arranged nt once nnd
I inciter. iplnvlng bei;ln Sunday, September 24.
Thlnrs looked Imd for tho All-Oahu T," secretary w.is Instructed to no-
iilne when their opponents made those tlfy ' Interested that all t.nms
four runs In tho llrsl Innlnir. but found desiring to piny III tho series should bo
that II all happened because, Hardy had 'nteriil on or before Wednesday, tho
not jet warmed up. The Oahu nine -,0"' "f September. This will give the
mn.ln it. null, nt Inftrvnl. flh.t hv tlin officials 111! opportunity to arrange tllO
time the eighth Inning wns reached "r""' '' 1'roposed that each team
lad gathered In enough to win tho "''"" I'1" '' Buarnnleo with tho ns
ganio nfter working hard. jsoclatlon that It will. play through the
It wnsn goid gnino rrom start to nn.,'nil1r" m'rl'''- if . . ,,
. . , ... ,,i The next ineetlnr of the nssoclatlnn
Ish nnd somo pretty pi iys wero puled , . ., ,, ,, ... ,
,, , ., , ., , , . .will be held nt tho Town Hall on Wed-
off, ono III lh ninth, when Mclnlyre,' . ,.,...
..,,,,,.,, , , nesdoy eeu ng, September 20, when
the Irish rlghtrielder, mado n longrun- "' , .
, . . , ., . . , i ... the executlo cfimmltteu will present n
nliig catch of llninf. foul sky. Ayau , , , ... ..
, , , , ... ... set of rules nnd bylaws for tho con-
plaed his usual bendy game nt short, ., . ,. ,.,
nnd Hardy handled the slUk well. I , ., . ... ...,,.
U'sllo was pulled out of the box In , . ,. .,. .
U)ll-ll III tl1 DCl t fl, HI 114 JUUI rt IIIU
tenins am expected to enter. Captnln
II il has tho men v.-orklng on tho grad-
Ilng of the outfield, and bv the time
piny commences, Wnlluku will havo as
place for tho Salnlz. He held tho pick
ed team down for tho remaining In
, .. . - , , , , ,'gnod baseball groundsills ran be found
In the very flMt Inning nice started ..,,.., . . . .
.. . ... ..,,. on the Is unds. The diamond hah been
things In tho wronc way for the 8a nts. ,, , . ..iJ1-r..i-L.. -fnfiL
V ..-..." T .'".. -"skinned fllong thv n Tlnrrf'nbftUt W
HtrMtUck out. fllushnell got hotter , . ,, , ' , , . .. ,
. ,. , ii.. . feet w de. When this Is rolled the bnlla
luck nnd wna nwnrded free trnnt.portn- , . ' , ...,,, .
., ., ..... . . will bound trim for the fielders and
iiuii jiKuiui inauo a nit iu center nnu . . . i . .
Hushnell enmo homo on a wild throw '""" , .. , , . , ,
... n.ir.i 't.v ..., n ,....,L A IarB nttendanco Is reipicsited nt
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, , , ., , tho next meeting ! the nssoc latlon, not
basehians error, rnd Htimner knocked . ", ... ,, , ... , . ,
, i , , , .. only from Watluku. but also from oul-
mit a two-bnggcr. scoring Aknna and ,
t nil. uiniin..,..
franco. Ha wns later sent homo by
Chllllngworth after Itruns got out on
i lilt, to pitcher. Mnrkham made the
hhd nut on a pop lly.
There wns no more scoring until tha
third, when tho ticked nlno got one
tunn oer tho plnte It was Kualllwho
eninn homo on n lilt by Mclntyrc.
Tho Onhus cuiMa back In tho fourth
nnd scored nnothnr run. This time It' I
wun iiiiiux Willi nuuruu un ixeaiuim -.. n SI A r '1
hit tn short. Nit yet satisfied, they. Five-Mile Race Not as Exciting
came buck In the fifth for some more
and found Leslie pretty cosy, for they
netted another run. Tho score then
stood 4 -a, but It ns In the sixth that
the game was won, Leslie being touch-
As Expected Men Run
Even All the way.
Tho IHe-mlln race between "Soldier"
Klnir nnd Jlminln rttzcernld did not
ed for three runs nnd,,tho story turned ,,,,. out to l)u 'cresting us ex
different, the picked tfam being win-j)lk.(C( T)l0 meI nMW trlcd ,0 lvl)
ners Cit, for ufter tlo sixth there was.nny cxlllLltlon ,)t fn,t running, but
ttf ttirtt.il tirtMlt1fv I. . ..
kept on tho s.im pace inrougliout me
no more scoring,
D. Deshn, V. Avail and I,
ran fur Hardy, &orcd the three runs
which won them Mho game.
The summary nnd scoro of tho game
were ns follows:
IhiHlinell, rf-p . .
AkHiia, cf-Ili ..
rntuco, :b ....
Sumner, c-cf ..
(1, Iiruus, lb-c
Murklinin, 3b .
II Leslie, p-rf
, race till the Inrt lap wus ulmost fin
ished, when King let loose and sprint-
Jul nhead suddenl, winning by twenty
linrda In the good time of 2 minutes
J43 1-& seconds.
not cure to put up nny fast running.
Tho cllmato could not hao affected
Totals 31 4 4 2 24 II 3
aii it nn sii ro A n
1. Tin, 2h ...
I). U.'hIhi, If
Hardy, p ...
Ke.iloha, .lb .
A) nil, ss 4
Itaphael, c 3
Ktinllt, rf 3
Ah Toon, lb 1
Mclntjre, rt 3
Young Hotel Laundry
Union mid llull
20 ll 4
Totals 2S G 7
ItllliH ....l 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 04
Ilasii IiIIh 3 0100000 04
IIUIIK 0 0 1113 0 0 -0
llaso hlls ,,10202101 7
1'inni'ii mil. iiiniiing out of linn: tun.
1 hi ho hlls, Hiiiiiin'r, IVaiu'ii, Kunlll,
llardy) sacrllli'o Ii'Ih, iiiiiiis 2, Akniin,
Ah 'I'oiui 3, Ki'iilnhu; left nn Iiisoh, HI,
I.1111U 3, All'fbihii 2i llrsl basii mi el'
lor, HI Miulu 2 All'llahu 2 ihmhln
plat". IIIi'k In I'lillllMHUoilli, , Tin
uiiiihhUIhIi M nil, mil, by l.imllu J,
llijuliiiill , 1 In, itf k liUKKM nil t'fllll'll
ImIIi, mr ),il.i I, llmiU' l wild
plltliwi, ,tlu ), Hulil) 2 p4em bull, Win hy II
Muybu It wns on account! of tho
n.sninll crowd present that the men did
iJImnile, for tho rnro was not pulled oft
0 1 till about 4:4S, ul which tiuiu It was
J very cool.
It being iiullo windy, I'ltxgerald was
1 nt a dlsadMintagn ns he Is very light
0 nnd so could nut take much chunce
It, iintllnt. nn ovlrn Slued.
... , a -. .
King ran u good nice, keeping tho
same natural space ull tho time, und
when he took up his last sprint It was
seen that ho wus still freih. Jluimlo
tried to keip up with him, but It was
loo much tu do un I King wu& the win
ner. Tim first mile was cowred In slow
time, it being 5:28 1-5, but King mado
better time In tlm second mile, making
the dlstnnco In fi'22.
' Thu runners changed their positions
occasionally, uIIIioukIi thiro was noth
ing exciting about It. II Is believed
Hint' the nun will meit In a return
rate soon our tho sjnni course,
Tho times of ll.u two men for tho
Hfpiunlii iuIIih In the racu wtnu
Klngni283 5, 10:502-5, 10:272-5,
22:12 1-5, 27:43! t.
riUgerahl -5:2k 1-2, 10150 3.5, 10:27
1-5, 22:1.', 27itn,
It II II
Jiihiuiy ruiiuimli', llio Knunl rlinm-
uliiii sprlntiir. Iiiih itnlveil In lluiiu-
lulu nnd Mill lepresi'iit Hie (Iiinli'ii
Inland Willi K (' lliiiii'i- iiikI 1 1 inw
I'liHimili In tin' A A l nii'i'l un H"
li'inlii'l' :nnli Tlm lliinlui Ma ml m
! Nliili'M Hull lYnuunliM 111 liiiinu
llm llullullllll llllilillmt liiuU I ll n "IniK
Iiiihiih" wju'ii llm iiiihi id Miii'i mr,
Maui Sports Leave For Home
and Get Good Send-off
By Town Folks.
Regatta Day this jenr has been the
best for many n cnr, nnd the thou
sands of sptctntors who occupied nil
available space along the waterfront
saw some fine rncis. There were tre
mendous chters along the bonthouBCS
ns their favorite bunts passed by.
Tho Mrties wero nt last defeated,
nfter ninny jears of xlctorv, nnd tho
Henlnnls deserved to win, ns they hod
been working hard right itlong up to
tho tlino of tho ruccs. It looks almost
ns though the senior crew overtrained,
The Healant friThninn crew, ns pre
v lously stated In llio 11 u 1 1 u 1 1 n, turn
ed out to be the best crw on tho har
bor. The boys pulled together In fine
st) to and they Just suited each other
and the boat suited them, so they
worked together well. rRobert Thomp
son, at stroke, was u slehdy and heady
oarsman, nnd when ho started tho
spurt nt the tlnlsh of the freshman
race. It was thu prettiest sight of tho
day. Tho Myrtle row was about eight
boat lengths behind.
The Junior luce wus a peach, und It
wns nuv body s race up to the llnlsli.
lien the blue nnd White crew won
by n few yards after a most exciting
race. Captain Cuulin of tho Healuuls
stated thut If the Myrtles had used tha
Mrllu barge hi Mils event Instead of
the Alf Itogirs, ihu l'uunenes would
mi doubt have beaten them und that
the He.il.iuls wou'd hnvu made a much
lurgir gutn thuu they did.
The senior pair-oar barge race wns
ll buttle royal, and both crews went nt
It for all they were worth. It was the
lust stroke thut told the story, und It
was the Healanl crew that went over u
The Hut Nnlus made n hit in thu
cailoe events, dud this new and popular
club was well backed up. It hud rib-
liins of the club out, nnd many sports
wore them during the day. Tha Hut
Nalus Won bath tho slx-paddle nnd
four-paddle canoo events. In the slx
paddle event there were six canoes en
tered, among them that ot the Outrlg
gir Club, but It was not In It for first
honors this year, hut managed to cuino
The llul Nalus aro becoming great
sports, nnd by :uxt year tha club
hopes to get a bargo to compete against
the other crews. Then there will bo
some hot times In the Honolulu harbor.
Mauites Good Sports.
Maul Is the tlrst outside Island to
show thu good sportsmanship of Its
resh.ints. The I'nuneno boys, although
not wlunirs, took their defeat like good
sports und hope to do better next time.
They did not luck support, for Ihey
had their supporters on hand to wish
them good link. The Muul crew Is to
be congratulated for the showing It
made nnd the gameness of coming down
to tackle the Hoilnnls and Myrtles.
Tho4u)s hnd their first year's experi
ence and no doubt will do better next
ear. The crew was composed at the
following: Short, stroke; Walker, l.uf
kin, Stholtz, W. Chllllngworth, A.Tuj
lor and Jack Walker, cox.
Without doubt this tins been the best
regutlu ever pulled oft In Honolulu, al
though In onu ot iho events, where It
tniiugh entered It would inuko a pretty
sight, there wus only onu entry. This
wns tho sailing c-.inoo race. The other
canoe uvents were well entered by Hie
This morning Ciptaln Cunlm of thu
Hciilanls said; "The boys went out to
win this year und succeeded after
working hard. Although our senior
crew worked hard, too, wo lost to tho
M) riles. I would IlkH to have seen us
beat tho Myrtlu senlorh. Wo llavo
broken their lun,? string of victories,
howevir, and now hopo to keep up our
Maui Bunch Leaves.
Over u hundred Maul spurts left for
homo Inst night on tho Muunu Keu,
which Hindu u special trip to take the
Muul delt gallon home. The buys had
the, time of their lives before tho boat
pulled out, und theie Wits music III the
ulr ull tho time I'red Church was tho
veil lender and hu wus good nt It,
A lurgo crowd of local sportsmen
gathered at thu wharf tu glvo the Mull-
Inns u good siuduff, and It plriued tln'in
immensely, Thu Muul hus provul to
ho good luseis, but If they Imd won,
of ciiiiiso, they would be tuppiir than
ever, lllirruli for llm Muul spoils)
i'oiiiu ugulii niol iiurl
Thu senior haw men would huvn
Im'Hi nlit it to Ihu IIimIuiiIm If liny hid
Hiiiiu iiver tn Ihu slarllug point In Hum,
u half Iiiiiii wns wiislid I" foil' tlm
Millie pulled up, Tlm llmlunl Nvrti
PHI I nhll Inifniu, lull stood by llielr
iimIiimio mi Hull- iiii"uiiiU rain" up
Tllf. Ililu ill iht IIdwhIMii HunlHK
Cut as) atonic .ed nirntna. TWl
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We Deliver to Any Part of the City
suclatlon s.is that nil boats must be
nt the sturtlng pjint tin minutes after
third cnll, und lure was a case where
It took half nn hour beforn either bout
got to thu starting point.
The Mvrtlcs nn gutng to seo that
the lle.ilanls du not repeat their trick
next je.ir, ns the" lire going to work
inlRhty hard next time
REGATTA DAY ENDS WITH
urn riAMnrr at vriiiwn
UIU UMUUL Ml IVJUMV1,
Ilegiill.-i Day llnished up this e:irl
ns usual with tlin Puiineno-llonl.'inl-j
Myrtlu dnucu at the Voting hotel Hat
urilny night nnd It was certainly a
swell finish of the ureal regaltti '
llio champions wero theie with
their hiuIIIiil; fucea and also their de
feated opponents, but all worn merry.
Thu I'uiineiie colors wero much In ev
ident a as were the other two club col
on! und If wits' n pretty hIrM. l
The dancing began nt 8:30 o'dork
nnd at that time there was a pood
gatheilng present. Tho crowd was
ho large thut the two halls were used
for dancing, which guvo ample space
for the dancers to show their skill.
Iiolli floors wero In tho best of con
dition fur'danclng And thu exVerts rn
jojed themselves to thu limit.
The commlttea In chaige of tho af
fair wus ns follows: 11. H. HughcR,
S. T. Short, Qt-nrgu Clnrk, K. I. Dnvtii,
II. Lemkp nnd .1. II. Llghtfuot Mucli
credit Is duo to tho committee for thu
way they managed the nlfnlr nnd
thorn wus nothing tn pi event It from
belni; v success. lamest Kunl's iiiii
sit Inns InrnlHlied the music fur thu
uieiilng, Dancing wus kept up to u
II It It
FAND0M AT RANDOM
In the Senior slx-oared bnrgo rnco
SattirduV McDoimal cracked Ills mil'
hl the Hi.irt of ilia racu nnd begun to'
yell bnt Cnptntn Lylo nt stroko conid,YOUNQ
. .....1 I .... il. iiM.il... 1.-..V I
uui uiiuuisiuiiii nu iiiii .iijiieirn nvpe
un and Mcliougiil had to take things
easy so us to balance the boat. When
the Mulsh wiih reached it broko off
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A plan is on foot on tlin Rnrden
Islund by Honni nthletcH to form un
ex-St. Uniiri Athletic Club, which will
bu ready to meet any other organiza
tion on the Island In biiHeb.tll.
Robert Hoiighes, captain of tho I'uii
nene crew'.'illd not row Kegatla Day
as tho rules ellsqualllled hllli, lis hu
has rowed In u senior crow before.
The Mjrtlc. Senior crow Is practic
ally thu Binnii that dcfenled llm Ilea
IiiuIh lust eiir. The bos wnrlted well
in their new burge.
Tho Hut NaliiR imidu n good show
ing Saturday, winning both events In
lino st) le. Tho club In growing fust
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