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NINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It, SATURDW, Aim. 16. 1910.
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more about thetnTzy
. BY V. L STEVENS0N
bmhick ms lii'i
mm of uses
Capp't I- Fine Filly Adicn Is
Vc.cran Tinincr's Hands.
llrnderltk dt juried for Miml
on Ilia (Jluiiilll c mill with hint went
tltut i no lltt'c lacing till) Cappll,
which Is consldcicl by (lie cternn
trnlnor to bo tho best In tho Tcr
iltur). Capplt Is n daughter of Tho
Judge nut of I.uclllc, who was by
St. Salor. Capplj. tins the blood
strains of Hardonlj.who wns brod
and raced by Bil Corilnnh, the well
llrodeilck htia also got Adlon' In
hid tare, and thopo who saw th'o
liorto run itRalt.3t llnnoiilci lit llllot
ii )uir or ro ago know what Adlon I
can do He Is now owned by that'
will known Wnllukti sport. Pan
Carey. Major Collier will also
In llrodcrlck's string, nnd there In
not much doubt that tho oldtltiicr
a III pln r.n Important part In tint
horne races at Walliiku on tho Glo
The eteritit tritluer has had
A IIC CIDIIIII l.lll.tVl IIUD HUH w
fiilirii VApriiciuu uu 'it? Itttu titiii
of California and Ilmrnll. He land- ,? ' .
edln California thlrtj-nvo e.. ng;. A , g k.-ni,,,.
aim jii once goi e npi oyn uiu mnKt, mclt ,Ma,lna Valtej.)
oi some ni mo uesi norses iii;ij Vachti-o
tho State. He worked for fiovern
or Stanford for four )ears, nnd had
111 his rarn Sahntnr. the rncoul
bleaker; Star Iluby, Watercress,
(iali.e.u,Eartcr, GoldTluth and many
SS SS SS
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
tt Mould seem n good Idea
lonin of tho business people of
city In offer a tup for ompelltlon
ntnnng the. schools of Honolulu. Tho
boys who at picsent pin) ball are
tho future big leaguers who will de
light cnmds of fans In the cirs
to (.nine. Tho lads would very tnu"h
like a trophy of somo sort to strive
for, and tho school that wins nut In
tho series would trcasuro uny such
prlro erj highly.
lurk Stulll Is alwnyi iipto-dan,
noil ho hut Installed a bo.ild ut his
woll-kliown spotting icsort on which
the results of the .Nntlouil; nnd
Amoilran l.mtguo games will bo post
ed oath day. Yesterday's,""1' ""
tho mainland tinted ns follown: Now
York 4. Ilostou 5; llrookbn 4, Phil
adelphia r; Chlcugo :i, Clnilnnutl
5 Pltlshurg o, St. I -on In R.
This nfturnonn nt tho League
groumlH tho Military scries of ball
games will ho continued nnd Iho first
giiuio, butwecn tho Murines and In
fantry will start at 1:30 o'clock. Tho
hecond gumo will ho betwiun tho
auaids and tho Klfth Cavalry, nnd It
should be n stnr exhibition of tho na
Preparations for the yacht night
at thp i:mplro Thenlor are going on
nnd thoro Is no doubt that the dhow
will bo tho best ocr given In Honolulu.
Our place is the resort of men who appreciate com
fort, good taste, good service, good fellowship. T
Stay a minute or an hour; buy or not. ,.
It's "The Fashion
Hotel near Fort
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Recrcliirles and managers of tt
jit ntlilctlc tluhs ii ic Invited to hciiiI I!
lit III till' llilUV lf HIJ Ull'lllH wliii.lt SS
'! Hi") iiiai Ik getting up for In- if
i! Kim Uimi mull r Hie i'. lime hold tt
tt AiIiIichm nil i oiiimiuilc.illons In SS
Uiu SirtW IMIInr. Iliillotln. SS
:t . Basetall. SS
SS ATJII.U.IC I'AIIK tt
tt April 17 Uhmmid Iliads x. J. SS
SS A Ch.
K Apill IT MuhorkH , Asahls.
tt Militaiiv i.ijaoui:.
tt April Ifi .Marines vs. In fun try.
SS Arrll 10 N. (1 II s. Cavalry.
n PLANTATION IXAHUK
SS May 1 Kwa . Wnlnlui.
SS Mhv 1 Aloa s. Walpiihu
SS Jul International Oantcs.
SS Tug of-YVar.
SS ATHLKTIC PAItK
SS April 17 Intcnntloti.il Srrles.
April :3l'rliicc Illnk
SS April 21 Modal IMny.
SS Aim. 31 ifogey Tournament.
tt - Cricket.
ih .May a upcnwtg ot scnEon.
. f it Track Meet.
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. ...II . . t r.
ill I. M. V., A,
SS -April 24 Irwin Cup.
S May C Cooper Cup
SS Juno S Macfnrhno Cup.
ll July 5 Sea wrtn Unco.
tt i 1rAp'Bhootl..g.
SS April 20. Weekly Cup.
tt Horse Hsclny. SS
SS WAII.UKU. SS
St July t--!ntor-Island meet. SS
SS Trms Pacific Yacht Race. SS
tS July 1 Start from Sin Vnnrlsco SS
SS World's Championship Fight, tt
JS July 4J.itnof JOITiIoh Vs. Jack SS
St Johhbnn SS
tt ' SS
SS SS tS SS SI SS U tt SS SS tt SS SS tt SS SS
miioimi in I nil:
Schoolboys Hpvo Good Afternoon's
Fun Fine Form Shown by the
Out nt Alllohul Collcgo )tstcrday
afternoon Iho students had n fow
hours of good sirt, and somo Ann
performatiKs wcio put up by tho
)ouugstoiH A lafgo uiinibor of
friends of tho schoolbo)s attended at
tho grounds )cstorilny, and tho win
ners woto given much npplauso nt
tho llnlsh of iviry evoul. Tho full
results of the meeting follow:
Tluowlng llascliall 1, Hold, ma
Jui : 2, Plcld, major; 3, Lino.
Klft)-Ynrd Dish 1, Cockctt; 2
Lino nnd I'leld, major.
High Jump, Open 1, Held, inn
Jnr; a, Field, innjor. Pour foot
High Jump, Under 111, Ilcld,
major; 2, Ilouo, 3, HonpllL
100-Yiird, Open 1, Cockctt; 2,
Lino; 3. Field, major, and Williams.'
100-Yard, Under 14 1, Held, ml-
nor; 2, Loner, minor; 3, Himiilll.
100-Ynrd, Under 11, Division A
1, Harrison, mlnorr 2, Kaulahea,
Kliffl MB AI BOVS
Junior nnd Senior Athletes to Com
V:lo in Many Events.
This aflcriidon lit tho IIojh' ,Klclil
the Junior nnd senior teams of tho
illflcrcnt bo j h" tilths of tho city will
meet In athletic competition, nnd
come exciting events arc expected to
Tho Llubs that arc entered for Iho
track meet arc I'lilnma, junior and
senior; Y. M. C. A., Junior nnd se
nior; Kntnchnmchii, jilnlor nnd so
t.lor; Kawalahno, juniors onl ; nnd
the Ilcrctnnla Avenue Mission junior
team. There are only thrco Held
events, viz.: high jump, broad Jump
and throwing the bascbull.
Thcro will bo nil tho regular fen
turns of a truck meet, nnd the
sprints should result In some closo
finishes. Two relu races will bo
attrnrtlvo ccnts, and they will bo
run off carh In the afternoon so as
to avoid the possibility of tired bos
at Uojs SS hnlig to compete In n gruelling
'''rare nt the end of n hard day's
Tho Hawaiian hand will play at
tlm ll.nu Wlotil llilii nftnrnntin. nnd
llerger tins arranged a pro
gram Unit will keep tho spirits '
ecn the defeated atblelos up. The
llrvt event will start at 1:30 o'clock,
and the program Will be run through
ns soon as jkjius'uiu,
n ss n
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
Three schools, at least, will com
pete liijtho baseball series this )car,
and they will bu tho Highs, -Kums
and Puns. St. Louis t'ollcgo ma)
come In, and It Is hoped that th'oy
do 10. as Hi cm nre many good linll
tOMSers at tho Institution.
Tho High Sthcol Imsehall team
will lme a prnellso gamo with the
Kauis 011 the Intters' ground durinv
Although only n tryoip
the gamo should be an IntoresltiiK
one lo watch.
ss it 1: ss t: ss a ts ss ts $t ss ss st ts s
3, Ilnpotu, major. Division
Judd; 2, tttipozu, minor; 3,
100-YaVd, Under 8
Wuli; 2, Camairn; 3,
I Back Hnco, Open 1, Cockott;
I'leld, major; 3, Mcjcr, major.
Sack Ituto. Unilor 141, Kwnl
, Lun; 2, Hnrrlsou, major.
220-Yard Hundlcip, Under 121,
Harrison, minor; 2, Ilapoto, minor;
1 3, Lopez, minor.
1 COO-Yard Handlinp, Under 14 -1,
Lopez, minor; 2, Hnrrlson, major;
Half-Mllo llanilkiip, Open 1,
I Field, major; 2, lxipoz, major; '3,
Polo Vault I. Cotkott; 2, Mayor,
major; 3, Held, minor. Boven feel
' llelny Itnco 1, Field, major
"The Two Jacks'
MRS. L. TENNEY PECK Accompanist
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL
THURSDAY EVE.. APRIL 2 1ST
TICKETS SI A1 BEHGSTROM MUSIC 00
IS NEARING END
FOUR MATCHES WERE
PLAYED LAST NIOHT
Finnls to Be Battled Out This Even-
jnp, Cooke and Cooke Look1
Good to Judges of Form. I
Last night ut thn Manui tennis
courts tho electric light lournnmcni
was ndvanceil another step, and somo
Interesting matches wero pla)ed. Four
contests wcro brought off, nnd two of j
tl.. nn tn lli.i.n ultt Thn flllll.r
two wcro won by two straight sets,
and In rather 'easy fashion.
Tho lights worked well and n big
crowd of enthusiasts gathered around
tho courts. All the good strokes werO
greatly npplauded and at times tho
excitement rati high.
The first match was lmtween Mlsif
Sow ail-Now ell nnd MIbs I'"C) Ward-
Olflard nnd both ets were 'viintngc.
ones. "Ho nil" wns cilldl in tno
first set. nnd then Now ell and hM
pahncr took tho next two games, nnd
with them thn set. Tho second m t
also was exciting nnd close It went
to Nowell and "Miss Sewnll 8C
Atherton Itlchards and Clark then
pla)cd Mbnsarrat and Gray nnd tho
lauer pair ium uiu urni set m iiiivu
ganits. This wns rather n surprise to
the spectators ns It wns expected that I
tho losers would do much better than
thcy'dld. However. In tho second set
Itlchards and Clark took a pull nnd
after somo good alround play, mm
aged l rcverso,the result of th (1 if
set nnd como out winners by a unirv
of 6 to 3.
Tho third and deciding set wns good
In tho enillor stages but toward tho
end Itlchards made soma flnu drhes
and smashes and ho and his partner
soon took tho lend and held It to the
finish when tho set ended 6-3 In their'
favor. Tllchirds has tho makings of n
flno player nnd If. ho sticks to tho
game and ton to do moro olIcylng,
should In time bu playing In tho host
Cooke nnd Cooke )ind not much trou
bio In dlsimslng of Wall and (ilffard
and, although tho latter pilr got two
gamwi In tho flrrt set, they could not
mnko 11 game In tho second sc.t ninK
were defeated C 0. I
11"- last match played wad bo'wocii',
Slvro Nowell and Hemenway Olson
ind It went tho full three sots boforo
It wns docldcd. Thero was a rc crs.il
of form that was startling ns, nfieri
winning tho first set ri 2, Nowi.ll and
his partner lost tho noxt 0io 1-C. How.
over, In the third set the Nowell coin'
blnatlnn won out by n scoro of !3 ami
took tho mntch.
The semifinals will bo between
Stocro-Nowcll and Itlchards Clark nnd,
tin.' games win no pia)td louay. 1 or
Iho fliials tho following pairs arq still
In tho running: Mrs. i:thcl Coultori
and W. A, Wall against MIhs Sewnll.
C. II. Cooko nnd II. A. Cooke- will
play tho winners of tho Stoero-Niinull
ami Itlchards Clark Match, and thn
final should bo a flnu exhibition t
Night tennis hns rnnin to stay and
many men who cannot get suftlclcnt
exercise during tho day, aro rapidly
taking off weight on tho Manna courts
In tho eNonlngH.
ss ts ss
DOTS AND DASHES. .
Henry Chllllngworth has n bunch
of twenty-two likely young ball-
players in active trnlnlng for tlm.
foming inier-scnuiasiic uau kcriun.i
and tho)oung school captain consld
ers that his team will mnko thej-cnl
of the school nnes )ook to their!
laurels on tho diamond. I
Tomorrow nftcrnoon at the Athletic -Park
tho four Rimes In tho IMamond-.
Ilead-J, A. C, sorlos. will be pln)od nnd I
If tho Japanese win tho two tram 1 1
w 111 bo lied with two games each nnd
the fifth nnd deciding match will have,
to ho played.
Oe a Booster for Hawaii and attend
the Vaudevlllo tntertalnment at -the
Empire on Hawaii Yacht night.
Tho accounts of tluH C. Alfen ph-
late, which tiuvo been filed in tho Clr-'
cult Court show tho estate to bu In a '
prosporous condition. During tho per
iod covered by the accounts tho sum
or IC77 080 81 wns received and tho
disbursements left a balance of til.
196 0 on hand. Mrs S. C, Allan re
ceived a total net Income of $207,
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