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EVENING MOtitCTIN. HONOLULU, T. H.. WEDNESDAY, July 14. 09.
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in the feed and water. For Horses that stumble or are lojjy and out
of sorts- ou cannot do better than give a conr of these Remedies.
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We hac the best facilities for
handling freight and other hauling.
A trial will prove.
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Office Fort S trect. 0pp. W. C. Irwin & Co.
Why Patronize the Oriental
There is no necessity fo- building up Yokohama or Canton
with good American dollars f.om Honolulu. In the FURNITURE
LINE we sell as low and low r than any Jap or Chinaman, AND
give you FAITHFUL SERVICE.
We make the best wjrc inatresscs in Honolulu. They will
not rust and they will last tw ice as long ns ordinary wire beds.
When you want a wire mattress call on us. Remember, they are
"Made in Honolulu by Citizen Labor."
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
King and Alakea Streets.
Fight Dope And I J
Tlilnps arc lively around the varl-
ou training camps Just now, and
evcrj afternoon n bis bunch of fans
trnel to the Marine camp or Fort
Shatter to natch the different men
The two principals In tho big tight
hau- Blurted In for earnest training,
and, although neither of them need
work ery hard, they ore settling
down to their usual Blunts In good
Cordell has, of course quit the
Orpheum Btnble, and Is doing all hla
woil at tho Marine camp. Y ester-
day afternoon there were a lot of
sport's down at tho home of the half-
wets watching the man who la to
fight Sullivan at work. '
Jack Is In good trim already, and
can afford to take things easy for a
few dn a. He only Indulged In
rhadow sparring and skipping yes-
tcrday, hut probality today will put
the glomes on and have a go at
sumo of the aspiring lightweights
July 18: Opening of Ouhu
July 18: A lea vs. Walane.
July 25 Ewa vs. Alca.
July 24. Sullivan vs.
Juy 24: McCollough vs.
Wahllanl and other bouts.
July 24: Onhu vs.
Aug. 1: Mclnerny Cup.
July 24: lllshop & Co. vs.
Davis & Co.
July 31: II. C. C. vs.
STANDING OF THE LEAGUES.
and womu-he champions. clubs
Cordell, as usual, feels confident pttubnrs 47
that ho Is going to vvln the scrap, Chicago 40
and It Is u good sign to see tn a ew York ....' 38
man. Those who saw the last match Cincinnati' .'.'.'.'!!!. '.'.iso
between tho two mlddJowelghta Philadelphia !..!!!!!!!
know what Cordell can do at a pinch , 8t imia ..."!!!!!!!' 26
and, although Sullivan did not seem Brooklyn '.'.'.'.'.'.!'!!!22
to fight up to his regular form, Jack Boston 19
Hhowed enough vim to enable peo- "Aiii.rtoan League
pie to pretty woll gaugo what ho clubs V
can Io If put to It. '
-Sullivan was out on the road yes- Pnlladq , !4,
terday morning and did a few miles ,,, ,
nt n fair pace. Ho starts work at Cleveland 3G
Port Shatter this afternoon, having N York' 31
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In fine fotm at present, and" his
training stunts will not have to be
no strenuous as for the first fight.
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SU Coulaji.. 26
Leggatt Bed Springs
Price from $5. CO up.
Sole Agen's for Territory of Hawaii.
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big fellow who Is not . ,
afraid to mix It, will bo Sullivan's B" '""W ,'
standby In the aparrlng part of hla !,?!; f " .,
training, but, all the same, the 3, ;'"
champion wishes ho could get hold cram'W ....k...r.',
of somo fast, strong man who could f,0!0.' ,.
tnko a right on the koko now and o"'W"L a.- . j....3
llcsldca the big stars, there are.
quite a number of minor lights hard
at work preparing for their respec
tive scraps. The Ironman Is once
more In strict training for hla go
with Wahllanl, and Intends to give
the Hawaiian thn so of his Ufa on
Saturday week. ' Fushlno and Kawakaml were to-
The contingent from the Marino day arraigned before Judge de Holt,
camp are also going It hammer and charged with kidnapping Tsunoda, a
tongs every afternoon, and Rattan, Japaneie contractor, and Imprlson
Surconl And company are getting Ing him Illegally. Iloth pleaded not
Into great form. guilty, and their case will go on the
Joe Cohen has fixed hla program calendar on Its regular order,
up O. K. for Saturday week at the The mon .together with Hana, who
Orpheum, and yesterday signed the escaped, rushed Tsunoda and several
last of the men up. Mike Patton will of his friends a little over a week
be referee at the Orpheum, and hla ago and brought them to a Japanese
decisions will no doubt be as good as hotel with the help of a hundred
usual. strikers In broad daylight. They
Scully has not arranged all his formed an Inqulstorlal committee
preliminaries, but will probabl) get and began to tell Tsunoda what a
n line on the possibilities today. The bad man he was and what they were
icferce for the big fight Is not yet going to do with him.
nettled on, but It Is rumored that Fushlno and Kawakaml are also
Ullly Hellbron will All the bill. .iVery much Interested In tho riot
I tt 8 8 trial before Judgo Robinson and are
fry If f T C a. T becoming quite familiar figures
1 Welltn lntaPtfy 1 O about the court house.
Play Marine Tamlpj)T(D.S ARREST
There will be a game of baseball
this afternoon at Aala Park, whore
tho Marlnea will have a go with the
Twelfth Infantry which Is passing
through on the transport Thomas to
As usual there Is talk of tho un
beatable bunch on the transport, but
tho local men are mostly from Mis
Hourl, and have) no fear In tackling
uny team that comes along.
Still tho Murines aro taking no
chances and are putting their best
team on tho diamond, and as Gib
son, Anderson. Davis and company
am playing in great form Just now,
'the Twelfth will surely liuve to put
up a good game to have a chanco ot
winning. . '
The fans aro sure to roll up to
tho park this afternoon us the game
does not start until 3 o'clock, and
at that time moat ot the baseball fol
lowers can get away for a rubbor ut
The lloalanls and Myrtles will
haM their return swimming race In
tho near futurb, and both clubs
reckon upon having the same teams
as for tho last iae. Thoro will alto
bo n race for married men ovor a
fifty jards course; this event -is ex
citing much Interest unions the hen-edicts.
Hawaiian Iron Penes and monument Works
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Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Yeai-
The arrest of Y, Klmura, editor ot
the Japanese Dally Chronicle., for pub
lulling obscene matter In tho paper,
Is liable to start, proceedings agalnHt
other publications on the same
Klmura waled examination beforo
Commissioner DavU and Is now hold
on a 12500 bond to apiwar beforo tho
Federal Court at tho next term.
Articles In the Jill and other Jap
aneBO pjpeo have been translated for
United States District Attorney R. W.
Ureckons uud many aro of, tho Wlest
chancier, Somo of the translations
weio vague but their slanderous na
turu was plain and piocucdlugs against
tho piibllhers aro likely to bo at once
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
IN FORTY MINUTES
This uftornoon there appeared to
be an epidemic of drunkenness In
the lit), for no fewer than five men
sodden with tho cup were safely
housed In the city lockup In tho
short peilod between 12:15 and
Their names aio Prank Souza, Joe
llothelii, Geo. Mc'o. rrank llrown
and run. iN'one of them gate the
hlu:lirM tinnlile and are now pence
full) Hlivplng In tholr prUnto apart
ments on Merchant street.
Oahu Baseball Jars.
Hold Good Meeting
Thero wna .1 meeting of the Onhu
Oascbnll Leaguo Juniors lost night at
the Real Estate Exchange, and the
following member were present:
President A, K. Vlerra, Secretary 8.
Uunn, Lou Tang of the C. A. C.s and
C. Y. Mark. Tho Nuhockg were rep
resented by Sam'llop, the Asahle by
C. K. Abe and ttroda and the P. A.
C.s by Joe Martin.
It was decided to open tho league
series on Sunday, July 2G, on tho
Athletic Park at 9 a. m. Tho sched
ule will be continued at the park
every 8unday till complete. The ,
courtesy of the lessees of the grounds
Is much appreciated by the1 Junior
Henry Chllllngworth was by unan
imous vote elected umpire for the
coming season; Henry knows the
game from A to Z and should prove '
a most satisfactory man for the Im
The members of the Junior League
were given passes which enablo them
to see all the games of the season
that are played at the Athletic Park.
The Juniors will turn out In force
on Sunday for the parade, and they
will follow tho Seniors In the line ot
march. A start will be made at
12:45 from Wall Nichols store, and
It Is expected that u very largo turn
put of players will (win In the
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Hawaii Yacht Club
' At the mwtlng of tho Hawaii Yacht
Club which as held last nUht In the
Commercial "Club rooms, some lmiort
ant business wag attended to. Tho
matter ot tho yacht Hawaii canio up
and was discussed for somo time; fin
ally It was decided to turn tho. nutter
over to n committee of three, for re
port. ! 'Tho commlttco, which consists of
H. D. Bowen, Judge P. L. Weaver aud
J. N. Densham, vlll take the matter up
and turn In their report next, Tuesday
night whon another meeting will bo
I The raco for the Macfarlane cup will
be sailed on July 25, and tho starters
will probably bo as follows: Princess,
Malolo, Maggie and Dagmar. Prince
Cupid Is getting tho Princess Into
shape and has announced his Intention
of entering tho boat for the race. The
handicaps for tho Governor's cup also
came up for consideration and they will
be announced later on.
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WATT'S' AUTO BEC0RD
ALL AROUND HAWAII.
HILO, July 8 . On Saturday
, morning, John Watt, of Olaa, started
to make a trip round the Island ot
Hawaii In one day, and to establish
a record. He did both. Leaving In
his auto car from 'the home shortly
'before four o'clock In the morning
ho went by way of the Volcano,
through Kqu, the Konas, Kohala ,via
Wlamea and Into Hamakua, thenco
through North and Bouth Hllo, be
fore eight o'clock in the evening,
keeping an appointment with Mrs.
Watt who was going to the Gaiety
theatre In the evening, In fact arriv
ing here before she did. The whole
distance travelled was 253 miles and
the time occupied, from Olaa to Olaa
was 16 hours and 5 minutes, almost
16 miles an hour. When the condi
tion ot Borne of the roads is taken
Into consideration, Mr. Watt has cer
tainly shown that ho can go some,
and It Is now up to somebody else to
beat his record.
8 a u
There will be a polo practice this
afternoon at Moanalua and a big
tturn out Is expected. The match
with tho Fltth Cavalry at Lellehua
has been postponed until July 24. It
iippears that tho Bchofleld Barracks
team cannot manago to play next
I Tho senior hundball tournament
will sturt at tho Y. M. C. A. next
xnonuay, a large number of players
are now practicing for the contest,
and a close finish la expected,
Thero will bo no shooting at tho
Kakaako traps for somo time to
come, as tho gunners are getting all
the phooting they want on their
Bishop & Co. will put a cricket
team In the field against Davles &
Co. next Saturday, and a good game
Is looked forward to by both sides.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
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Sale begins Monday morning, July 19th.
Formerly cutter for H. P. Roth, is
now in 'charge of L. B, KERR &
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A Perf eot Blend
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Himbeersaft, 12 lge bttls to the case, $8.50 per case.
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Men and Boys' Clothing
Just armed. Latest New York styles. PRICES
VERY REASONABLE. t ,
New line of athletic underwear and Pajamas for the
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White Cotton Cloth, 36 in. wide,
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Beautiful made-up frames in oval, round, square nnd
Also the finest assortment of picture frame mouldings
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were all personally selected in New York by the proprietor.
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