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K3&2lKa nwOTr'w- i.' , 8 .u .... KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, MAY 2D, 1008 KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., MONDAY, MAY 20, 1008. '. in U gy; MacGregi Clubs Just arrived a nice line of Mac GHEGOR DRIVERS end BRASSIES. This is one of the most popular Golf Clubs made. We also have a flue line of Spaldingj, Gibsons & Mills dubs, and a most complete assort ment of Caddy Bags, Balls, lees, Gloves, and everything needed by the Golfer. Let us nt you out; you will enjoy the game. E. 0. Hall & Soii.Ltd. - . t- if iWm You Appreciate the convenience of having a few cans on hand of HEINZ BAKED BEANS when you ore rushed for time. They are so easy ts prepare, and so thoroughly appe tizing and wholesome that many housewives consider them indispensable. Their distinguishing point is that they are really Baked baked brown and meily, every bean whole, with the food value left in it. That's where they differ from other brands mest of which arc s mply Boiled beans except on the label. ASK FOR HEINZ BAKED BEANS. ALL THE OTHER 57 VARIETIES IN STOCK. II. HACKFELD & CO., LTD,, WHOLESALE AGENTS. Pottie's Celebrat ed Cattle, Sheep, Dog and Poultry Medicines KWL'ttfkJfyf&foW& aMiAYAWgtWl L:4-j !KV 3 -.'1 w, f "--l ;'&!& Wtt GBSm $M s . "k.'.i ' After 100 years on English markets and 20 years' service in these Islands, the stock owners And that o'jr remedies are reliable. A fresh stock in every month, which are prepared from the very best ingredients. Our POULTRY BLOOD TONIC is here and our ROUP, GAPES and CATARRH REMEDY. Your druggist keeps them. n JOHN POTTJE & SONS. TEL. 1189. Discount Your Shoe Bill by having your soles' and heels put on by us. Quality in shoe-repairing goes de;p below the surface; it is not just on top. Oar method is to' do the BEST work for the least possible price. Shoes soled and heeled while ycu wait. VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR SHOP, 1119 UNION ST. NEAR HOTEL STREET ".in ii hi ji iL m ill ANY DAY is a good one to spend JnHALEIWA. There's always something doing. fSt. Clair Bidgood, Mgr. St Andrew Usher's Scotch Whiskey O.V.G. Special Reserve W. 0. Peacock & Co., 'Ltd., Agents. PAINTINO. PAPSSH ANQING AND TINTING. General Jobbiag A Specialty. j1 Dealers in Wall Paper. Patats, Oils, EU P. 0. Box 914. 221 No. King St., opp. Aala Park. W. 3. Kam, msr. Remember that the Oarbuje Depart ment has promlseJ to cart sway the refute when- you clean up your side .walk. Call up the clepirtmint when your pirt of.thp work Is dene. 'A Auto for Hire MANUEL REIS. Call up at any time by telephone any one of these numoers: au, aw, iwr. HONOLULU IRON, W0QKS Improved and Modern SUGAR MA CHINERY of every capacity and de scription made to order. Boilar work and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation purposes a speoiaity. Particular at tenfion :aid to JOB WORK, and re 1 pairs executed at shortest notice, Baseball Bulletin's Page Of Racing Boxiug Q P fi R T Q Wrestling Boating U I V H 1,0 Rowing EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE I 11 in aoop mi Paradise Beaten, 8-2 Bulletins Lose In First Game " STANDINGS m mm ii I'. w. AJvcrllsoro 2 2 Mcrc.intllcs 8 3 rnradlfu - 1 Uullelins 3 0 Stars 2 0 1,. ICtf n n.ooo 0 1.000 1 .soo .1 .000 2 .000 I The effect of tic competition to bo round on Sunday afternoon showed jesterday In, tlio Newspaper I.oaguo gaiiies, as the attending crowd wns cry small Indeed, and was so parti san as to show that few outsiders were In the grand stand or the hlcach ers. The games (Scgan shortly after the time set, 1 o'clock, the Ilulletjiis and the Advertisers hooking up first, audi the "former losing by n score of 19-S, and the Mcrciintlles and Para dise following, with u well-played game which resulted In a seoro of 8-2. Tho heavy scoring of the Adverti sers was done In tho first few Inn ing's, when Alamclda, In the box, was given very poor support. Thir teen of tho tallies were run up In tho first three Innings. At this stage of the gamo, Albright was put In nt short slop, and things turned u lit tle in favor of the losing side. Hut they were not able to close the big gap which the others had put In tho srore. Great rooting put ono pitcher on tho norvouH list for tlioAil, and, although they shifted', their lner, nround.-.'they were not nblb to keep the evening paper men from, scoring. In tho last three Inning, Alamclda shut them out. Paradise lost. Tho bright writers of Josh sports havo been looking nnx- Will Leave For This - Place On July First mm 1 AT Ml I'M Qood Ball Played, With Close Scores and Much Ginger RIVERSIDE LEAGUE STANDING tt Tho following letter, received tt , tt this morning by Frank Tliomp tt tt son, from Santa Clara, speaks' tt ! Kllnl'W l'alamn i -Your Icttc tl for Itself: tt Dear Slr:- tt 8th Inst, at hand; in reply am a tt pleased to say that we will ac- tt tt cent sour proposition as stated, tt llamas Japanese r of tho tt c A c 4 1'. W. si 3, 4 3 I 2 1 1 Pet. .7C0 .759 ,r,o) .250 .250 Aloha 4 M tt n Thn Jaimncsc trimmed tho Kanlas tt I. p., first class passage between n nn, tho innmn8 won oter tho C. A. tt here and tho Islands, leaving tt ' c nt Anm tnrk yesterday, both tt here on July 1st, 1908. Hoard tt I eampg boinc ci080 nnd weii ,,inycd. tt and lodging and Incidental ox- tt rlc BCOro i tno n.r8t contest was ji 66 . . .. . . .. I... lin.nn l., m. 1 1. . . . . . . . . . IUIlM'i I' iiv UW1IIU WJ JUUI tt league during our stay. Wo will tt tt no doubt, get,nlmg with eleven tt tt pjajr-rs although I had figured tt tt on twelve nml self. Wo have a tt to 2, whtlo that in tho second was 3 to 2. The pitchers In the first gamo hud. n hot battle, In which tho honors h-a.a nltm.t nvan Xfmlnlrrw Wnlblntr I . .iln ,1.1.. .nM .....I "-" ..uww w,.., .-.-...V..U. ..n m i .r uKb.i-k..uh u.. ju . , moro nj Hntl n)so strlk,ng oul moro tt wj,ll surely give tho fans our , a nn, hg m lttl.es which Is n ra ling good ox- tt , , , n,. mourn iD uuui...... i,u,.u. . Kapn(ln wn8 , K00d form , th0 second contest., striking out Blx mon. This shifts tho standing of ' tho (cams around, as tho Kaalas will not show up so strongly as they havo hcictoforc, while the win for tho Japanese, will holp them to recover tt College closes hero on Juno 30, tt '08. Kindly have steamer tick tt cts In due time. ft Very- respectfully, ,t II A. J, M'KIINZIE. , 1 ( Mgr. S. C. C. U. II. T. K tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt 8 tt tt tt tt tt tt tt loudly for a chance to uso that hcad- . from somo of tliolr bad exhibitions, especially thoso'of tho last season. As usual, a largo crowd was prcs- Hup The showing which tho Mer- cnt. In fact, theso Aala Park games LrfilHinlmin mitA n f n i-i,lil In.1 nrA iri-nu-liii. It, imMitlnt-Iti' rltrltl dlcftte that they are n very strong nlohg. feam indeed, and- will give any of In tho ninth Inning, Walker mndo them a run for their monoy. n two-bnggcr, Zcrbo hit to Sing Pretty snappy baseball was played Cliongi who mndo a wild , throw to at places In both games. Tho Ilnllc- first, ami the ball went amongst tho tins made two nlco doublo ploys, and crowjl. In tho meanilmo Walker Albright shona with a number of took, third on the hit and was cntl pretty hitches. I tied to homo on the bloc) ball, Q- Tlila leaves tho Mcrcantllcs and cording to tho ground rtlcs. Sqme lhc"Ads. In tho lead. one In the crowd threw tho ball bo IKISSEL WINS TWO EVENTS The Kissel Kar again demonstrates that it is the car of moderate 'cost with that Supe rior Running Efficiency which is generally attributed only to Extravagantly Priced Machines. READ Tins. TELEGRAM: " I N " EOS ANGELES, Califc, Feb. 29th, 1808. Kissel Motor Car Co., Hartford, Wis. In Pasadena-Altona hill climb today Kissel Tourine Car wins fifteen hundred one to two thousand dollar touring car event; defeating Oldsmobile, Jackson, Tourist. Kissel Road ster wins three thousand dollar and under roadster event, defeating Stoddard-Daf ton, Tour ist, and Reo. Kissel only car to win two events, and makes better time than Buiclq Elmore, Pone Hartford, Rambler, Thomas Detroit, White Steamer, Thomas Fiver, Reo," and Haynes. LEON T. SHETTLER. v - UKirtSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSaaUlMSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSlSSrwJ '-' -.V 1 ; 'ii-i ;A,'-h,''vt" !;-' M-E?,ygra!isssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss ( IU-g-'Stf ,rvb! X''&ikssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssOT1Sl I JFn&HtJBBMHiiBv .wKJS&ft i I Msffi.il i niriiwrTif ssi IBHi I h r3SSW',lFiYi i :,VM, iy. iktsssKaflslHsssssssssssWM 'rvViV-'''.!' 'O'BSBB&SiBSsssssssssWir'j ROADSTER $2,000. F. 0. B. Factory 40 HORSEPOWER 4 CYLINDERS- TOURING CAR $2,000. F. 0. B. Factory THE FASTEST HILL-CLIMBER IN HONOLULU AT ANY PRICE. Selectivp''Transmission Floating Rear Axle Timken Bearings Most Value for the Mqney We guarantee the Kissel Kar will give a better demonstration, particularly -as to' speed and hill olimbing ability, than any car in Honolulu. A free demonstration cheerfully given. Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd. MERCHANT STREET, bet. FORT and ALAKEA. Jgffff fff B WHITNEY & MARSH I Long Kid Gloves in WHITE, PINK, BLUE, TAN MODE, BLACK and GRAY. Long Silk Gloves in WHITE, BLACK, TAN, PINK, BLUE, and BROWN. Long Lisle Gloves in WHITE and BLACK. t Chl Itul, anil ran Walker out of tho baso lino, but Umpire Ilowcr's deci sion wns that he wbb entitled to homo on blocked ball. Tho details: KIRST ,OAM K JAPANESE A. C. AD 111)11 SHO BASEBALL HIS D. Knlpo, If . . . II. Kualll, cf .. I. l'loros, rf . . . J. Klorcs, v ... K. Liming, c . . T. Plckard, lb J. Notley, 2b . . .1. Itoss, 3b . . . . M. Bucnaga, ss .A ,.4 ..4 ..4 ..3 ..4 ..3 ..3 ..3 0 1 0 10 0 2 0 1 0 1 1.1 1 0 3 or, 0 0 Totals 32 B 9 5 27 12 1 KAAI-A8 At! K till fill O U. Knpa. If ....4 1 1 0 0 Chillingworth. 2b.4 . 0 M. Kroltas, 3b... 4 .1 K. Smith, cf It. Parker, cf . . . Van Gicscn, rf. N. K. Ilooplj. rf. Miikanul, c-lb , Kokoowul, ss . . Ilutl6r, lb-c .1 0 .Jvo Madclros, p 'J 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 10 0 1 IN THE BIO LEAGUE: Saints, IS; Puns, 2. Jewels, 8; Kams, 3. NEWSPAPER LEAGUE: Advertisers, 19; Bulletins, 8. Mercantiles, 8; Paradise, 2. RIVERSIDE LEAjGUE: Japanese A. C, 5; Kaalas, 2. Palamas, 3; 0. A. C, 2. KAPI0LANI LEAGUE: Twilights, 7 j Y. T. W., 3. Reliance. 5 : Leahis. 0. n n tt n tt tt m u tt tt a tt a tt :t Totals . ..,..29 2 4 0 27 10 2 Huns and tilts by Innings: Japtncso .....3 0 1 o o i) o 1 0 r. n. H.r n3 o 4 o o o o i i a Knalas 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 12 H. II kO 0 0 0 0 0 1 24 SUMMARY. Ilaso on balls: Off Madclros, 3; Klorcs, 1. Struck out: Ily Medelros, 10; Klores, 9. Sacri fice hits: Parker, Ross. Two-baso hits: Kualll, Luulng, Froltas. Dou blo plays: KIores-Plckard-RosB. Pass ed balls: Maknnul, 2; Ilutlcr, 1. lilt by pitched ball: Medelros, Notley. Tlmo of gamo: lh. 30m. umplro: Bert Dower. Walker, cf I 1 2 1 0 1 1 Ksplnda, p 4i0 0 0 0 2 0 II. Zorbc, If ....4 0 .0 0 1 0 0 J. Clement, rf-c.3 1112 0 1 K. Ilonan, 2II...3 0 0 0 B 3 I M, Corrpa. lb... 3 12 18 0 0 S., Hoopll. c... .2000411 C. Paaluhl. rf ..I 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals SECOND OAMK C. A. C. Xdrdh sn 3 110 0 V Sing Chong, ss. W. Ayau, cf ...3 Jno. Lo, 2b-p ...4 Chi Ilul, c 4 C. Aklna, p-2b ..4 K. Ayau, 3b . Kn'Sang, lb . Mon Yin, If . K. Y. Chlng, A. Asam, rf . ...4 ...4 ...3 rf.2 ...0 . .31 3 7 4 27 11 T, Hits and runs by Innings: I 1 2 3 1 5 15 7 8 9 C. A. C 0 fl 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 ii. H m l o o 2 o n o I 1 2 3 1 S 6 7 8 9 Palamas' 0O 0 02 0 O 0 1- ii. ii. ..'. ...ioiitjioo i- SUMMARY. llase on balls: Off Ksplnda, 2; Aklna, 1. Struck out. Ily Knplnda, 6; Aklna, 5; J. !-. 3. Innings pitched: AUtna, C; J. I.". I. Two-bate hits: llalloy, Walker. Dou ble plays: llalley-Correa, llonan-Cor-rca: As.im-En Sang, lilt by' pKchcd ball: Sing Chong. Passed balls: Ho opll. 1. Tlmo of gamo: lh. 20in. Um pire: llert Howcr. tt tt tt OUTRIGGERS DISPORT Totals 31 2 4 0 25 12 3 PALAMAS w aii r nil sn o a is W. Italloy, sh ...3 0 2 1 r, 2 i) D. Koaloha, 3b... 4 0 0 0 2 2 1 A number of tho offlcors mid mem bers of tho Outrigger Club were out, Kiii-nnir yesterday, and nn ovldcnco of tho Increaso of Interest In tho sporti duo to tho nctlvlty of this organUa-; tlon, was to bo seen in tho great mini: linr nt rnnooH and boards which woro' in tho water. Tho places usuallyrtl Hn..An,M.l urn-.. nmu-ilnH nml r(ilrrH.4Bl 11 VlJUUdlVU ", v,w"uvm, ...... ....-.-,. good and bad, wcro al enthusiastic. tx n n The urotest lodged by tho I.ellohu.i Athletic Club against the Kallhl Ath letic Ulitu, in tno manor oi vu ui.-m piitod gamo of tho Valloysldo liasc- f ball Leaguo, has not ct been decid ed, although tho protest was filed a couple of months ago. Additional Sports on Pages 6 and 7 Dsck up this movement to Improvo tht streets and tlritwnlkt. i.io Grand Clearance, Sale Of Clothing, Furnishings and Hats For Men and Boys EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED FROM 25 to 80! A new line of REGATTA SUITS for bojs, direot from the factory, will sell for $1.50, 32.00, $2.50 and $3.00; WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY,! Our line of'XEN'S SUITS are the most complete we have ever shown. Prices $9.00, $10.50, $12.00 and $10.00 Come and examine these Goods before buying your summer suit SHIRTS, NECKWEAR, and HATS all reduced in price. Some lines 00. L. B. 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