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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1909.
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LIMITED
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partmant, observation car, with
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lEW ARRIVALS III SILK GOOD
For years our line of Silk goods has
beta the best In town and our last
thlpmant proved no exception.
Iwakami & Co., - - Hotel St.
Watch Spring
DONIJ BY US IS FULLY QUARANTEBD
Popujar
Prices
J. A. R. Vieira&Co.
J1S Hotel St.
Phono C12
Contractor Davis will build ,tho two
story annex to t.h Pleasuntln Hotel
whiah is to cost ?IS,000.' It will lmvo
twenty rooms and bo exclusively for
male gnosis. .
BHS!LiVS5SSR
ANOTHER FIGHT
Dirk Sullivan and Jack Conlell liavo
been finally matched to light at 25
rounds, the bout to lake place In tho.
Star theater off Liliha street n week
from Saturday night. This match Is
the direct result of the two result
less goes at 15 rounds, the friends or
both men having a desire lo have a
square, longtime test of the staying
qualities of each.
Jack Scully has been arranging tho
match, it was tho intention of Cor
dell to leave for the Coast In a few
days, and, in consequence, he hesi
tated about going into the affair. He
finally yielded to the pressure of his
'friends, however, and the mill will be
a go.
The promoters of the contest have
no) yet arranged for a preliminary,
but will probably nnvo one If the right
parties can be brought together.
charlieTeilly .
TO FIGHT
Charlie Reillv. formerly of Hono
lulu, will have another light in San
Francisco on Friday night of this
week. Of the matter the San Fran
cisco Call, of July 17, says:
Charlie Lercari has an announce
ment to make at last. He is out with
u card for this mouth. Instead of one
match the Pacific promoter will put
on three of them .consisting of 40
rounds of action. The main setto will
be furnished and by Lew Powell and
Chick Hudson; Jack Clifford and Kid
Harrison are on the list for the next
one while Charley Reilly and Roscoe
Taylor will meet for the second time
in a 10 round mill. The first two will
be over the 15 round course. Sol Lev
inson will referee them all. Tim Helits
are to take place at reainland, Fri
day evening, July SO.
All the fans know Powell. Ho lias
been fighting around this city for sev
en or eight years. He started out as a
four rounder In the old days and since
then has done practically all of his
fighting in his nallve town. Though
never rated as a champion, Powell has
been plugging along at a very shandy
clip, and last mouth he easily beat
Young Erne of Philadelphia In a 20
round mlxiip before tho North End
club.
Hudson started only once here
three months ago against ohnny
Murphy, whom he outpointed in 13
rounds. Hudson is a tough, rugged
little fellow who fights after tho man
ner of Cyclone Johnny Thompson. He
Is not a graceful performer to watch,
but he manages to keep in action all
tho time, in Powell he will meet a
very clever, defensive fighter and he
will require all his streimth anil rush.
ing ability to bring home the money.
I he Clifford-Harrison mill is a fair
sort of one. Clifford has been making
much capital out of the fact that he
The Caddie Say, Mr. President,
'em all for you If you'Jl appoint' mo
8ENG
ARRANGED
N
SPORTS
CAPT. PAUL BURNS
Paul Burns, captnin and manager
of the Kalihl baseball team, author
izes the following statement .
I "The statement In the papers that
I Eddie Fernandez is president of the
Kalihl Athletic Club Is wrong. Fer
nandez held the office of president
some time ago. but resigned fully u
month before the Oaliu Daseball Lea
guo was organized. I am not presi
dium, aim am aiso cupmin ami man
ager of our baseball team.
"Since lie has been olllclatlng as
umpire of the League, Mr. Fernandez
1.(1 f. .ml l.nn. nn nfll.n. -- f ...... 1 . . I .
. una ilUk IflTUM an UlilUUr Ul I'lll C1UU,
and so far as I know docs not concern
'himself in anyway with the success
jor failure of our baseball team, if
.be has felt any partiality for our team.
I certainly have had no reason to
'suspect It; and I deny that he has
ever favored my team In any manner
or at any time whatsoever."
The Japanese members of the Jap
ianese Athletic Club have, from all ac
counts, charged that Fernandez has
worked against them on several occa
sions. And there you are.
5TARLSATUBDA!
The tennis tournament for the Wall
cup will start on the Beretania courts
next baturday afternoon, and prom-
1 KPQ in llO f n v inn t'n t n akiu tli.r. U r.
I - - iiuviuouny Hid ll
any pulled off In a Ions while. En-
tries are now being received for the
'handicaps. Players desiring to enter
may leave their names with Kay 13.
Rietow or R. B. Booth. The draw
ings will be made on Friday.
I As the matter now Klnnrta w T.
Warren holds two legs on the prize
cup. He is regarded as an rypppcI.
ingly hard player to beat and has a su
perb chance of wlnnlnc Ollt. Thorn
are other good players, however, who
are determined to block his great lead
if possible, anions them lislnn- a t.
Castle, E. S. Geo and Captain Low!
me ueretania courts nro in no
condition, and if the weather conti
nues favorable tho crowds in mtmn.
dance upon the contests will undoubt
edly be large.
was "robbed" In that fight with Bat
Nelson in Oklahoma City last month.
ne nas never fought In this city,
though the fans In most of the other
important towns of the state have
seen him in nction. Clifford beat Har
rison once in four ounds, and he ex
pects to repeat this time, though Har
rison has improved much of late.
Taylor and Reilly fought 10 rounds
last month and RellU- received the
decision, it Is barely possible that
Lercari may have to substitute an
other bout, for Iteilly is going against
a whirlwind In Ton McCarthy at Coff
roth's this afternoon. -Reilly is very
clever, but lacks a punch.
A BRIBE
I've learned some of the finest golf
to some olllce.
MAKES STATEMENT
TENNIS
CONTESTS
PEARL WIS THE
BABY YACHT RACE
There was another pretty race ot
flip amnll vnnlilo In thn hnrhnr Insf.
Sunday, and this time the maneuvers
were witnessed by many lovers of tho
sport, positioned upon the various
( wharves. As on the prevloin Sunday,
tho race was from a position oppo
site tho Myrtle boat house, out the
channel, around the farther buoys,
back, around the dolphins at the ma
rine railway and quarantine Island,
repeated the necessary number of
times to make the desired distance,
t The boats entere-1 were the Pearl,
owned by Luther Hough; Inu, by Ro
bert Henry; Irmgaid, by Max Bolster.
(The Florence did not race on account
'of the absence ot the Crozler boys
,from town. Tho Pearl gave the otlier
yachts a handicap of 20 minutes, but,
in spite of this large lead, came out
ahead.
The time of tho Pearl was one hour
and twenty minutes. That of the ina,
which was second in thn men. wn
hours, six minutes. The time of the
last boat was not taken.
The trophy put up for these' races
must be won five times before it be
comes tho property of either yacht.
As the contest now stands, the Pearl
has two legs on it. Next Sunday af
ternoon, beginning at 1:30, another
race will be sailed. At that time it
is hoped thnt the Florence will also
be out.
The oarsmen of the Myrtle Boat
Club arc still anxiously awaiting somo
ttdlllfrs frnm llm TT.,1, ...!... .
. wau ullllI,.1Wlj. mu aira
the Healanl Boat Club respecling a
shell raeo nt PontO TTn-i,,.,. t.t .i...
iiuiuui, nuw LUUL
young Withlngton is hero they think
tlint 11. tt..l. ... . .
U1M l" universities ought to bo able
to come through with the project.
The club certainly bas the making
of a fine crew. j
DEMOCRATS BEAT
THE REPUBLICANS
Democrat and Republican members
oi congress engaged in a game of
baseball at Washington on the after
noon of July 1C that the papers des
cribe as one of the most laughable on
record. Tho Associated Presu sent out
me lonowing, thrilling account of the
'battle:
I WASHINGTON, July 1C Wltn -Un- 1
cle Joe" Cannon looking on and pow
erless to call the minority to order, or
bring In a special rule shutting off
basehits, the Democrats of the house
of representatives walloped all sorts 1
of tariff schedules out of the Repub- ;
llcans at American Leaeue nark- tn. '
day, and won the' most famous con
gressional baseball game on record by
the thrilling score of 2G to 10. The
minority wanted to make it 1C to 1,
uut tne Republicans defeated that
proposition again. -
The crowd which witnessed this
game was as weary as the players
cuss words on tho world
.'
and I'll uso
from laughter. Tho throng present in
cluded most of tho government offi
cials. President Tnft did not attend;
he was at Chevy Chaso with vice Pre
sident Sherman playing golf.
The Democrats put up n rattling
game In tho field some limes. Roprc
entatlvo Heflln of Alnbama, playing
In one ot the outer gardens, once had
u chance to be a hero. The Repub
licans came to life In the fifth inning
and were scoring 8 or 0 or 10 runs
when a line fly went winging out into
left field, straight at Heflln. The port-1
ly Alabaman cast one eye at the ball
and another nt his bare hands, and
"ducked." The hit ought to havo been
good for a home run. but Representa
tive Howland of Ohio fell exhausted
on tho second sack and yelled for(
somebody to como on out and finish
the run. I .
Representative Nicholas LongwortU
of Ohio failed to llvo up to his ad-1 Solar Water Heaters, 30 to 120 gal
v,,nnn notices. Ho nresented a natty Ions, Galv. Iron Tanks any size and
appearance In his golf trousers, but
he "Caseyed" out twice with two men
on bases, got a base on balls once,
nnd then In the last half of the sev
enth showed a flash of rare speed when
he beat out a tiny little infield hit.
His only other acquaintance with the
ball was a couple of foul tips and
several long runs after two baggers, '
slammed out bv the eDmocrats.
The republicans stuck to their orig
inal line up throughout, but the dem
ocrats wore themselves out making 10
runs In the second, nnd after that
substitutes were called upon with
ever-increasing frequency an1 the bat
ting order was shifted ever inning.
The nearest the newspaper scorers
could come to the basehits and errors
Was to give tho democrats 23 ot tho
former and live of the latter. The
republicans are credited with 20 safe
hits and 9 errors.
Representative Burke of Pennsylvaj
nia, who was at the receiving end for
the majority, is of slight build nd
when ho crushed into Pitcher Ualnes
of West Virginia the little catcher
was sent heels over head to the
ground. He picked himself up un
daunted, and then while ho and the
pitcher were doing an "Alphone and
Gaston" three democrats with a warp
ed idea of chivalrous courtesy, raced
home and added three runs to their
already opulent total.
The republicans were captained by
Representative Tener of Pennsylvania,
who played short. Represientatives
Gaines and Burke were the battery.
The' democrats' leader was Renre
sentatlve KInkead of New Jersey, who
played second. Representative Webb
of North Carolina pitched for the de
mocrats and Representative Oldtleld
of Arkansas was the catcher. Rev.
Father James Reynolds of Red Bank.
N. J., was umpire. The s:ore:
R. H. E.
Democrats 2 10 2 0 0 5 7 2G 23 5
Republicans ..2 0 1 0 10 1 210 20 5
The line up:
Democrats Aldfield (Ark.), catcher;
Webb (N. C), pitcher; Hughes (N. J.),
first base; T. Kinkead (N. J.), second
base and catcher: Garrett fTenn.V I
right field; McDermott (111.), left
i'eld and center field; Robinson (Ark.),
right field; O'Connell (Mass.), short-
stop and third base; Dan Driscoll
(N. Y.), shortstop and third base; He-
flin (Ala.), left field; Cox (O.), center
,.,,
Republicans Burke (Pal. atelier
Gaines CW. V.n l nUnii&p. n. I
(la.), second base; Longworth (O,
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center Held; Cole (O.), right field
Ames (Mass.), left field; Tener (Pa.
snortstop; Howland (O.), first base:
Thomas (O.), third base.
E
PLAY BASEBALL
In the last game of baseball between
the Lihue and Kapaa nines, played
at Kapaa, Kauai, the former won by
a score of 19 to 4. Following is the
way the game progressed:
LIHUES.
ABRBHSBPO A E
Sam Aula, 2b G 3 S 3 0 4 2
W. Opunul, us ..C 3 3 2
Mnkananl, 3b ....'J 2 2 2
2 0 0
110
C 0 1
10 0
0 0 0
15 3 1
0 0 0
2 1G 0
J. Mallna, lb ....C 1
F. Kanae, cf G 2
'Ben Kamaka, if.. 5 3
Glalsyer, c 0 1
H. Mallna, If ....5 1
Ed. Desha, p .,..5 3
Totals
....51 10 21 1G 27 21 4
KAPAA.
ABRBHSBPO A E
Bettencouit, 2b ..4 2 2 1 3 2 0
Smln, If 1 0 10 2 10
C. Liwal, lb ....4 0 1 2 1 14 1
J. Rodrigues, rf ..4 0 1 0 110
Bettencouit, ss ..3 0 0 0 1 3 1
W. Rodrlcnps rf l n i n in,.
hblnger, c .......4 0 0 0 fi 1 u
L. Rose, n 4 i 1 1 n i
.1. Neenee, 3b ....2 0 0 0 1 2 "
A T.1..1 n. - -
i. iiLmriKiies, JU..1 0 0 0 0 1 0
Tol!1 jK 34 3 7, 4 27 24
133 4 50789
Runs.,1 7 0 1 3 0 0 II 1-
LI hue:
Kapaa:
1!)
B. H...2 7 0 2 4 1 0 5 321
Runs..l 0 0 0 2 0 o o n (
H- "...1 100400107
Three base hits: Ben Kamaka, J.
Bettencouit.
Two base Iilis: w. Opunul, AV. Mn
kananl, J. Mallnn.
Struck out liy Ed. Desha 14; by j.
Rose 5.
L,nRosoL ba,,S b' K1 k
i lino of gnmo: 2 hours.
Umpire: John Victorino. G. Ah Buo
Scorer: V. Yoahlinoto.
KAPAA
AND
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Plumbing and Pipe Fitting.
Job work given prompt attention.
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Phone 211. 145 King St
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Newest Styles.
Silva's Toggery
KING near FORT.
PACIFIC PHOTO GALLERY
Waverley Block.
(17 Hotel St. makal side.)
Photography in all its branches, pic
tures enlarged.
Kodak developing ano printing a
ipeclalty.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office with Dr. C. B. Wood, 160 Bere
tania Street
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4
p. m., 7:30 to 8-30 p. m.
Telephone Office 21; Residence 14C0
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(Lately Palace Grill.)
Bethel St. Opp. Empire Theatre.
Open Day and Night. Cuisine Unsur
passed. BEST MEALS AT ALL PRICES!
PARAGON PAINT AND ROOFING CO
PETER HIGGINS, Manager.
Estimates Free of Charge.
PHONE CO.
Office No. '039 Bethel St. near Hotel.
SS?!
A THE BEST ROOF PAINT 8
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Latest Paquin Models
FOR
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Davison
YOUNG BUILDING ROOM 72
For a fine glass of beer go to the
Orpheum Saloon
Fort Street above the Orpheum Theatre
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WE INVITE INSPECTION OF OUR GOODS
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611 KM BO LID
CHINESE NEWSPAPER
PUBLISHING AND
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No. 49 Cor. of Smith and Hotel Sti.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office,
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Fraternal Meetings
HONOLULU LODGE No. 61G,
B. P. O. ELKS.
Meets in their hall on King Street,
near Fort, every Friday evening. Visit
ing Brothers are cordially invited to
attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
H. C. EASTON, Secretary.
HARMONY LODGE No. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7: SO
In Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort Street. Vis
iting brothers cordially invited to at
tend. F. D. WICKE. N. G.
E. R. HENDRY, Sec
DIVISION No. 1, A. O. H.
DIVISION No. 1, A. O. H.
Meets every first and third Wednes
day, at 8 p. m., in C. B. U. Hall, Fort
Street. Visiting brothers are cordially
invited to attend.
FRANK D. CREEDON, Pres.
JAMES T. CAREY, Sec.
BEST
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Merchant St. near Postofilco.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
QUEEN STREET.
Honolulu, T. H.
AGENTS FOR
Hawaiian Agricultural company, Ono
mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sngar
Company, Walluku Sugar Company,
Ookala Sugar Plantation Company,
Pepe?Ueo Sugar Co., Kapapala Ranch.
Charles M. Cooke President
Geo. H. Robertson.V-Pres. & Mgr.
E. Faxon Bishop.... Treas. & Secy.
F. W. Macfarlane Auditor
P. C. Jones ..Director
C. H. Cooke Director
J. R. Gait Director
All of the above named constitute
the Board of Directors.
Sweet Violet
BUTTER
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TEL. 251
Honolulu Iron Works.
TEAM ENGINES, SUGAR MILLS,
JOILERS, COOLERS. IRON, BRASS
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Machinery of Every Description
Ude to Order. Particular Attention
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Scottish Union ft National Ins. Co., ot
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Fire Insurance
ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY OF
LONDON.
NEW YORK TTNDERWRITERS
AGENCY.
PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON IN
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The B. F. Dillingham Co,,
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ueuerai agents ror Hawaii.
Fourth Floor, Stangenwald Building.
Auto Fenders, ?2.50 up. Will
Examine Gutters free ot charge
also do Plumbing Work. Low
est Prices. Work Guaranteed.
JOHN MATTOS.
1175 Alakea St.
The Two Jacks
The Most Popular Salojm in the City,
THE FASHION.
Jack Scully, Prop. Jack Roberts, Mgr.
Hotel Street near Fort. Phone 481
Y. Yoshikawa
1G3 King Street, opp. Young Building.
Good, new bicycle, ?25; second hand,
any kind, cheap. Tricycles for sale.
Motorcycles repaired, and re-tlrcd.
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