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EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOOKE
134 HOTEL STREET. M
No Doubling Back From
First Base, Says
'umpire licit Mower has received
a letter from Doc Comiskey,
statlug tli.it the nl.ij rcientlv mado
liy lMille Fernando, In turning back
toward (lie linmc plate on tho first
b.iso line, and tlicn going back for
the bag. Is out. It was railed safe
liy tlio local umpire, on the (-round
that thoro In nothing In tho rules tu
Fernandez thinks that as there
was no protest on tlio c.tino entered
nt the tlnio llili need nut nltcct the
standing of his tc.im.
Standings III tlio finals of the, Y.
M. 0 A liandliall tournament me.
WE HAVE THEM IN ALL SIZES. ,
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M. V Decnlti IS
Mutches to lie plajcd now me.
Ilcchcrt vs. (lertz, 7 p in todu.
Webster vs. Chandler, I p in , Juno
Hechcrt vs. Curiv, 5 p. in., Juno
Tills tourney has been long, and
now that It Is Retting down to tlio
bitter end, Interest Is naturally at :i
high level. A Bpcclal set of finals Is
now being plajcd off.
a a ::
try for sour lt.lM
About fourteen men have turned
out to practice for tho All-O.thu nock
or tcqni, but the llne-uii Iiiih not et
been selected. Tho tlnio for tlio
match, which In to bo plajcd at Ililo
on the Fourth, In growing clone, and
nil of tho men who have a chance to
r op i e.e lit this Inland uro woiklng
C.iitaln IMille Fernandez Is ronfl-
dent that tho lorals will hold the cup
thin jear. An encouraging chowltig
has bo far been made, mid he l'i Hiiro
that be cm pick a good toim when
the time comes.
A proposition Is on foot to have
the Newspaper League bojs play u
doublc-lie.idcr contest on Sunday
next, so us to hasten the end of tho
scries, which Is now in its last stages.
The proposition Is to h.ivo two games
In the morning and two in the after
noon. a a a
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June 2S YnchlliiB, Hccklcy Cup
July 3 Chlncso Alohas' dance, K.
of P. hall.
July 3-4 Hllo races.
July 4 Maul races.
July 4 Start Trnns-Paciric Yacht
July 20, 21, 22 Kcnnol Club
Aug. 12 l'uiineno tennis cup pla.
GANS AND NELSON
Eyes Gf World On Them
Go 45 Rounds On
The greatest event In tho sporting
world which looms In the near fu
turo Is the IB-round go between Joe
(Inns mid llattllng Nelson, In S.in
Francisco, July Fourth, for tho light
weight championship of the world.
The men hac been actholy nt work
with their training for weeks past,
and before this the Dane was lending
the simple life near llnvvnrds, in
camp with hls'm.inagcr, Wlllus-Ilrltt,
oiic-tlmc manager of llrothcr Jimmy,
and dcatllv rival of tho Hauler.
dans and Nelson nro both saving
their hands, and doing work which
will lend to develop their stnjlng
powcis mine than nnj thing else. The
Dane Is cry confident, nnd has
caught u good part of the crowd by
his infectious air pf cocksureness. On
tho other hand, tho sombre faco of
loo Oans Is beginning to look llko a
photograph of the sph-nx some
thing Inipiegnnhlc, to last through
At all events It Is going to bo a
Cans has cut out boxing, to sae
Oahu Alumni To Play
The old hojs nt tho game will dis
port thcmrclvcs at Punnhoii Frld-iy
next, when the team of tho College
hooks up with the Alumni nlno which
has Just been formed. This aggre
gation Includes stars, all right, but
they have had very shoit notice In
which to get ready for the big
event, nnd so may not win with any
larger scoro thnn HO to 0. This
morning the men hnd been picked
nnd secured for the occasion, but
their places on the nine had not been
Friday Is alumni day, mid, consid
ering tho flna showing Oahu College
makes In tho national game, It was
thought only llttlng that the alumni
game be held.
Tho-o who will uphold the honor
of tho alumni arc: Mark llohlnson.
Ilahbitt, T. Maicalllno, llnogs,
Campbell, Clarcnco Cooke, Ilcmcn
wny, Wntcrhousc, J. Mnrcnlllno, nnd
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WHITNEY te MARSH
A New Line of
i In Silk, Voile, Panama
and Fancy Weaves
In spite of n lctfor which he re
ceived this morning from Comiskey,
In regard to dodging hack on tho way
lo first base, Umpire llert Ilowcr
thinks he Is right. Comiskey sns
that Hert was wrong, and tho play
wiuifout, but llert has looked up n
numEpr of rules, and thinks that Co
mlskcyhjs n hoc In his bonnet.
llty hears by tho stuno mall that
the White Sox may train here.
MEXICAN'S GOOD RUN
The American-Hawaiian steamer
Mexican, Captain Nichols, nrrlvcd
this morning shortly bofore noon
f I (im San Francisco, tho second stea
mer of this lino to mako tho now
run, from Ililo to Sallnn Cruz, to San
Finnclsro, nnd direct to Honolulu,
without taking In tho Sound pcrrts.
In this way, she is in about fifteen
d.ijs earlier than sho would li.nc
been had tho old run been still used.
The Mexican made a good run
down from tho Coast. She left
Wednesday last, making the whole
distanco in less than seven dajs. Sho
also put a good record to her credit
when sho went up tho Coast from
Sallna Cruz to San Francisco this
On board la the usual c.ugo and a
good amount of live slock, including
horses, mules, and hogs.
A horso died while sho was two
da at sea, and wjs buried in tho
Sho brought mails fiom San Francisco.
The Metropolitan btowaids giivo
' Jockey Walter Mlllei n lecture on
rough riding tho other day.
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I Dr. Powell has Colonel Whlto and
Tom Williams' Pcrjucia going along
nicely at Now Yoilt.
Tho embezzlement . caw of David
Kejes, who Is chicrgod with having
tikd lo gut away wl.th Father Valcn
tin's moving plctnrn niiehlne. was fin
ally concluded today after It had been
heard for two days In tho poller) ronrl,
Jivlgo Audrndo reserved his decision
until Saturday. .
Till: n. M. 8. S. Mamma sailed lart
evening, nt 5 o'clock, for Victoria and'
Vancouver, carrjlng a number of pun
bcngurs from this port, and a llttlo
fi eight, including 300 or 400 orates
pineapples, nnd 200 b igs coffee.
Hollister Drug Co. and
Benson, Smith & Co.,
keep a fresh supply of these Celebrated Medicines always on hand,
t No matter what the ailment, Fottic prepares a remedy for it. Ask
for it, and insist on getting it.
One of the best-known preventives to disease and a great incent
1 ire to health, is
Pottic's Physic Balls
t It cleanses the itomacli of old, ureless matter, which keeps your hone
out of loru, ana predisposes mm to prevalent diseases,
TELEPHONE 1189. P0TTIE & SONS
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEL
J. Santos, Mgr.
UNION STREET near 'HOTEL
on or about
July 1st, 1908
Some of the old fans find It haul
to get onto tho new rules. 1'veiy
Saturday nnjono In tho bleechois
may hear snmo exposition of tho
rules which sounds like nn uncxpur
gated paragraph fiom Noah's Ortlclal
IlaBchall tluldc. "That man is out;
he ciossod the bag!" they jell. And
the fit st time n man used tho new
snfrlflco this -oar, coming homo on n
Ilj-out, tho scoring was not under
stood. 1'vou If tho umplro sometimes
gets blamed, It only helps the game,
a tt a
It is desired that tho ciowd at
tending tho Makunla-Wclakuhao raco
tomorrow keep off tho new hleech
crs which arc being put up at Knplo-
lant Park, for use In Kben Uiw's
Wild West Show. Tho blecchcra may
furnish quite u vautago point, but
they are, only hnlf-llnlslicd, aiul form
rather a dangerous means or follow
ing tho ponies.
a a a
rumor keeps going tho rounds
among tho fans that Harney Joy Is
lo be shortly seen In tho box, even
before the Santa Clara and Kclo
teams hcavo In sight. Tho Bouthpnw
is certainly getting Into tihapo and
would bo n drnwing-carcl In tho box.
a a a
The Kiillhl A. C. Is waiting tho
signal from Fort Shatter to go to
work nnd play ball. Tho men ut tho
Fort uro working on u diamond, and
thcro will ho nothing doing In tho
way of tho national pastime until
tho grounds uro In nice shape.
a a a
Jack Doyle has earnestly espoused
tho causa of tho Kntus. Ills melo
dious voice is not to bo heard nbovo
those of nil the crowd combined until
this team is nut performing. Then
Jack posts himself on tho fcuco and
tho nolso begins.
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Tho latest in bAscb.illdom is II.
Chllllngworth, who Is making good
on second bag. llo is certainly n
-nung player, but thcro with the
goods. Tho Diamonds huvo quo an
asset In tho Chtlllngwortli family.
a a tt y
The Louisiana Legislature passed
the antl-raelng bill, which means
that tho pastlmo which has niado
New Orleans a Mocca for sports at
; many times In tho past 13 ovor.
a a a
The suspension of baseball last
Sunday has mado the fans a llttlo
anxious to sco something doing this
week. It Is time to hear fiom Aula
a a a
Fn Sue is hack at tho gamo not
much tho woibo for tho wear or his
gamo leg. Hlaspocd was vciy notice
nblo last Saturday.
a a a
Tho Oahu polo team will Btart
pincttco this week. Tho Knual team
will bo tho only competitor in the
Held this year.
a a a
The Aloha Athletic Club, Just
formed, will give boxing and wiest
llng othlhltlnns during tha tlmo tho
"Fleet Is heio.
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Ike Weir, well known heio In a
past generation of boxers, Is dying In
a a tt
The Kelo team Is duo to sail for
this poit Satuiday,
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! Johuti' Fin no mado his FiiBtein
I debut nt Now York lecontly. Ho op-
I posed Amhy Mrflmry, the haul hil
lllif, N'mv Voikei, mill givo .1 Rood
account of himself.
rk ' 'i& ' ?i ek ItMJS . L'ttWrZZZ-Z? ? I Ciii
K educed $1.00 per day until sold
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Wc invite our fri'nds to inspect our stock.
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The entile stock of Rosenberg Bros,' three big stores
has been bought by us nnd wc arc in a position to sell at
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E0YS' WASH SUITS at bargain prices.
MEN'S NE0LI0EE SHIRTS at Cost Price.
BOYS' SHORT PANTS at bargain prices.
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