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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. THUR3DAY, JULY 7, 1810.
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it's told. Thii one won't be on our floor long, bnt wc
have a lot more strung out between Honolulu and Read
inc. Fa. There is uoh a demand for Reading-Standards
that wc have to take them as wc can set them, and where
we expected eight in one shipment, we hnvc only received
bo fnr two in- two shipments,
Wc carry a good assortment of Parts for the Reading-Standard,
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ANB PORTUGUESE ATHLETICS
Two (James on Both Days at Athletic
J'ark The Visitors Are in Great
Form, but Marines Are Deter
mined to Win.
Hit Qnttirflnv tiAvt tlin WnRpit.lftl
will go, up ngalrist the Marine base
hall nine, and nn exciting and clone
match Is anticipated. The visitors
have been practising hard nnd have
Improved o lot In their play. They
bIiouM bo In the bent possible form
when they tpl ontu the diamond pti
The Marines are determined In
give the Wasodas a beating nnd have
arranged for three hundred of their
mates to he on hand In order tu do
some rooting stunts that will make
all other efforts look like ten cents.
The half-wets are playing good
hall nowadays, and It would surprise,!
nobody If the Wasedas went down In
defeat to the Camp Very representa
tives. If that does happen, there Is
going to be a great' veenu of excite
ment at the Athletic 1'ark, nnd the
checis will probably be heard at
The first game on Saturday will
bo between the J, A. Cs. nnd tho
Oahu College Alumni, and If the Jap
anese can only get their proper team
together there Is going to be a great
struggle for sure. The ex-Btudents
are a nifty lot of hull players ai.d
should make the champions of the
Oahu league sit up and take notlco.
On Sunday the opening game will
ho one of the regular series, and the
Japanese Athletlrs will play the Cht
nese Athletics. It Is to be hoped
that Apau does a little better work
than he did against the Wasedas on
Monday. The game should keep the
crowd amused nnd warm them up
for vigorous rooting In connection
with the big game between tho Wa
sedas and the Portuguese Athletics,
The P. A. C. nine Is the best the
club can get together, nnd with
Louie Soares ut the helm of things.
there should be a chance of the
local team winning against the
Japanese 'varsity men.
The visit of Hit) Vasedas has
stirred up the ball fans ol the Is.
land, and the Athletic Park Is hard
ly large enough to accommodato the
crowds of penple who wish to see
the games. On Saturday there may
bo a falling off as regards attend
ance, as many fans inn not get away
from worn early In the afternoon.
On Sunday, however, there will
surely he an Immenso crowd present,
and the two games should bo well
worth seeing. Jack Doyle will be on
hand to lead the rooters, and he has
the Japanese behind him for Btiro,
N 8 It
Tickets are going off well for the
boxing show that Is to take placo at
the Aloha Park on Saturday night,
and there should ho a big crowd
present to eo Ironman McCollough
go up against Hoao, who has yet to
taste the bitterness Of defeat.
Tho Kamehumeha returned from
Maul yesterday, and the crew then
heard of the mishap to the Charlotte
C. Tho Oladys reached port on
Tuesday, and the Charlotte C. may
come In any time.
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S P O R T S
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ti COMING EVENTS. tt
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tt Secretaries and managers of tt
tt athletic clubs arc Invited to send tt
tt in the dates of ntiy events which ti
tt they may bo RsttlnL' up, for In ti
tt nertlon under the jnbovn head, tt
ti Address all communications to tt
ti the Sporting Editor.' 1) u 1 1 c 1 1 n. it
it International Qamei,
ii July 10. Waseda vs. P. A. C.
tt Oahu L'eaaue Series.
it July '10. J. A. O. vs. C. A. C.
ii Oahu Juniors.
ti July 10. Asnhls ys.'Mii Ilocki.
ti July tO.--Pnloma vs, 0 A. C Jr tt
tt Plantation League, tt
tt July 10. Walpahu v. Walanao. ti
ti July 10. Kwa x. Alc.i. ti
it Military League. ti
tt July 10. Marines vs. Catalry. tt
tt July !. N. (1. II. vs. Marines, ii
tt July 9. Fort Shafter vs. Fort tt
it July 9. Aloha Park.
tt July 17. Medal Play, Honolulu it
tt Golf Club. ' ti
tt July 31, Novelty Tournament, ti
tt Cricket. ti
tt July !. Match. tt
tt Tennis. ti
tt July K. O. Hall Cup. " tt
tt Sept. Wall Cup. tt
tt Yachtlna. ti
it July 10. Ileckley Cup. ti
tt Trans Pacific Ya'eht Race. - tt
tt July 9 Start from San Pedro, it
tt Polo. ti
it August Season Opens. ii
DOTS AND DASHES.
Jack Curde'.l Is renewing his
friendships In town nnd yesterday
took n run all over the city. Jack
may get a match with Pat Coruyn.
who will probably return from the
Coast and box the man who was de
feated by Dick Sullivan.
A return match between the C.eve
land and Chattnnoogarlilnes .will ho
plne'd tomorrow afternoon ut the
Some of the latest photos of Jim
Jeffries show him to be nn old-look-lug
follow who appears to hu tired
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The Hawaiian band will give a
concert this evening at the Knkaako
Mission, commencing at 7:30, with
the following program:
Overture Jolly Students Suppc
Waltz Laura Mlllocker
Intermezzo Frivolous Cupid. .Losey
Selection Musical Knvlew, ..Illvlere
Vocal Hawaiian Songs
Ar. by Merger
Selection My Old Kentucky Home
Hoohenn and Vnblnn..Ar. by Merger
Finale Hllo llerger
The Star Spangled I Ian nor.
WILL BUILD BOOTHS-
Henry Kama! has ueen awarded
tho contract for constructing tho
election booths for the coming elec
tion on July 20. his bid being the
lowest of any received.
Katnnl offered to build the ten
booths for S175ur, and was awarded
tho contract by 8e:retary Mott
Smlth. WHY TAKE ANY CHANCE8
with. some untried medicine for dl
arrlica, crapms, dysentery, when for
70 years Painkiller (Perry Davis)
has been relieving millions of casos.
To Suit ou 1
jfeitj-ftve suit most
START JULY 9
SIX BOATS MAY TAKE
PART IN GREAT EVENT
First Mate Stroud Expects Hawaii to
Do Good Work Mallilou Will
Be Sailed by L. T. Ward Four-
teen Davs for Voyage.
On Saturday next the great trans
pacific yacht race will start from
San Pedro, and besides the Hawaiian
representative It Is expected that
five other boats will compete in the
The Sweetheart, the yawl Malli
lou, the (Iwendolyn II., La Jivinra
and schooner-yacht Skldbladnlr may.
all stnrt, and the Hawaii would
make six contestants. The race was
originally meant to be started on
July 4, hut the natural desire of all
the yachtsmen to see the Jeffries
Johnson fight led to the date being
changed to Saturday next.
The Hawaii Is In fine shape from
all ncrountB. and It Is thought that
she will do better In this race than
she did In the last one, First Mate
Stfoud of the Hawaii feels confident
that tho Honolulu boat will go close
to winning, nnd as ho was on board
her when the other ra-c was sailed
In 1908, he should know somethlrig
about the matter.
The yawl Mallilou, which Is own
ed by Frauds Smith of Pearl Har
bor, will be sailed In the race by L,
T. Ward of the Aeolluu Yacht Club.
Ward Is a brother of vV. S. Ward,
who for years was mnnager of Keenu
sture at Olan, Hawaii.
Tho Sun Francisco palters allude
to William Torustrom, who Is. on
the Hawaii, as a very competent
mull and stute that he was at one
time In command of tho schooners
l.uilluw nnd Comet In the lumber
trade between Seattle nnd San Pedro,
The Ilnwnli took twenty-one and
a half days to mako the trip Up to
the mainland, and It Is thought that
the run down to Honolulu will bo
made In about fourteen days. It will
depend on the wind a lot, of course,
but the general Impression Is that
the winning boat will reach Hono
lulu somewhere about July 21.
Prince Cupid Is coming down on
the Hawaii, and he should have n
good time nnd a complete rest that
will set him up In fine style. T.' ti
nt roni will stick to the Hawaii and
make the round trip In her.
While all the hopes of Hawaii are
centered on the local boat, It Is ad
mitted that as she has to give a
handicap to all the rest of the boats,
she will have a hard time to CO mo
In a winner. Still, everybody hopes
that the Honolulu representative
does better than she did last time,
and that tho hard work of Wilder
ai:d his crew ho rewarded with
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lllll Hiilhul Is taking care of Hoao,
and S'nh I In nl Is also with the bunch.
The two men who are to box on
Saturday night feel confident of suc
cess, and McCollough and Terrlan
will have to be in good condition to
have a show agulust the two native
hoys. . ,
McCollough, the boxer who, k to
take on Jim Hoao next Saturday
night, is (raining for the event and
Is shaping up well.
jlfeoi e1 because"1
The Two Jacks"
pom men mm INTO
Four Teams to Compete in Inter-I:-
:land Tournament During Au
gustPonies in Good Shxpe.
Teiterdiy afternoon at Momalui
there we're ten polo players out tor
.1 practise, and come good work was
done by the Keds and nines. A teg
ular game was not played, as the
men changed sides fiequently and no
track of the goals scored was kept.
Some of the ponies ore getting
Into flno shupe, and by the time the
Interlsland tournament takes place
there will be a good hunch of polo
nags to be seen In the stables at
Mo.tnnlua. A number of ponies nro
stabled at Squire Damon's place, and
thev are being taken earn of by o
corps of evpert bnjs who know a
thing or two about horse.
No definite daM has been settled
for the Interlslnml tournament, but
It Is thought that AugUBt 20, 21 and
27 would about suit everybody. 'I he
Puunene harvest festival takes place
itn August 12, and the Maul polo
men happen to also be tho tenuis
representatives, and they nro conRe
quently wanted on Maul on the oc
casion of tho festival.
Four teams will take part In the
tournament, nnd Maul, Oahu, i.aiinl
and the Fifth Cavalry will bo the
stars who will fight It nut nt Mnann
lua and Lellehua.
BMETBMl YflE HIE
Illl di) 1! y.M.U.
Team Is Selected for Practise and a
Match Will Be Played With the
Fort Shatters Soon.
Ilaskt-tball will onro more hold
sway nt the V. M. C. A., and the
members have reorganized tho team
which has been out of business for
a couple of years now. J. S. Nott
was elected captain nt n meeting
held last night, 'nnd the men who
hope to make the team were practis
ing in the gymnasium.
There is n probability of the Fort
Shafter boys plalng n match with
the Y. M. C. A. bunch, und as soon
as the latter team gets Into practise
sonje llr.o games should be seen,
Among thote who .were prncUstng
last night were J. llonnn, Stewart,
Dwlght, Marcalllno, Hooper, Uardla,
Axtell, 8., Hums. Cornell, (lunn and
Nott. The nien-dlil mine good work
and should be In fine farm. It. S.
Oault Is coaching the players njjd he
hopes to get them going properly In
a few days".
The meeting at the Central Union
church, held yesterduy, for tne
stated (mi use of reporting on the
recent Hireling of the Hawaiian
Kvaiigellcal (ouventlon at Kallua,
did not glvo that subject all the time
that was ut first proposed. The sub
ject of tho l'alama Settlement was
Introduced and held the attention of
those present for tho larger part of
the time that the meeting was In
W, It. Cnstlo was of the opinion
that the settlement should be In.
corporated, and that no hindrance
should be put in tho way of the set
tlement being put on n business basis
and having, other advuntnges that
were allowed to other corporations.
Others ut tho meeting spoke In
favorable .terms of tho proposition ol
incorporating tho settlement,
Considerable discussion was en
tered Into over the matter, nnd the
final understanding was that the
trusteps of the church glvo over to
the Incorporators. ..
Tho matter now goes to the trus
tees, and after they puss It, the pa
pers of incorporation will probably
SAN FIIANC1SCO, Juno 20. The
wedding of Miss Villa Hurt of Ho
nolulu nod William (1, Allen took
place yesterday ut St, Luke's church.
The bride nnd bridegroom wore
unattended, and the ceremony was
quietly vrfqrmed, a few Intlmuta
friends only lelng present,
Mr. Allen and his brldo will sponu
sAMil days ut the St. Francis prior
to Uielr depurttue for a honeymoon
trip In tho South. Their future
home will be ut Foreatoti,
The bridegroom Is a well-kntiwn
young business main coiiuected"wllh
a prominent Sun Francisco firm, and
the bride Is n member of a well
known Honolulu fumlly.
Willie Wink Yes, the Vun Gilts
are going to yacht off tho coast of
Iceland this Bummer. Wish I could
face towering lumps of Ice for a
month or bo.
Miss TubSsCo-riJat'B easy. Oet
a Job on'tiiii hack of an ico wagon.
Will Positively Open
Tonight ' i
CASINO MUSICAL COIuEDY C6.tV
(Direction of Frank Blair)"
Maud Rockwell Elsie Schuyler
Olga Steele Laurel Atkins
Carleton Chase Harry StewarV
Harris McOuirc Harry Onrrity
And Other Favorites in Cast
Seats oil sale Tuesday at New Or
pheum Theater. Telephone OGO.
PRICES.. 25c, 60o and 75c
Saturday, July 9
JIM HOAO of Honolulu vs. SOL
DIER McCOLLOUQII of Fort Shafter 'f
Ten Rounds. " .jj
WAHILANI vs. TIM TERRIEN ll
IKE YEDLIN of U. S. S. Cleveland
vs. DENNY CROWLEY of U. S. S.
Chattanooga Six Rounds.
Tickets on sale at Fitzpatrick
Bros.' Cigar Store, Hotel and Fort.
Stage Seats. $2; Reserved Seats,
$1.30 and $1'; General Admission,
50c. Time called 8:15 p. m.
Honolulu Athletic Park 1
SATURDAY, JULY 0:
3. A. C. vs. 0. C. ALUMNI
U. S. M. C. vs. WASEDA
SUNDAY, JULY 10:
C. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
P. A. C. vs. WASEDA
25c, 60c. and 75o.
Fort Street Below Ufrtant
DESMOND SISTERS nnd SHERMAN
THOMPSON In Song and Dance
J. V. OIBSON Dancing and Sing-
MOTION PIPT1TUFQ '
Admission 5c, lOo., 15o.
Corner Nuoanu and Pauahi Streets
Orton & Leota
Eccentric Dancers and
YEST-P0CKET MUSICAL COMEDY
Admission 15c, 10c, So,
Do You Dance?1
If not, wh- nott The Royal Acad
emy of Dancing holds forth every
Friday evening at the Odd Fellows'
Hall, corner Fort and King streets.
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