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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II . 8 TUIIDAV, AUG. fl. 1910. 0 V
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A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique in it
assemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
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We deliver to all Darts of the city twice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
WE GUARANTEE OUR O0OD8
' J?" "" CORDELL-CORNYN
ILL CUP WELL
TWO RICHARDS, R. A. COOKE
AND CAPTAIN LOW LEFT IN
One Match This Afternoon and One
on Monday The Finals Will Be
Hayed on Monday, Also,
Yesterday nfleruoou m (lie lleic-
tnuln tennis courts, play In the Wall
Clip series wui continued, uiitl tliri'o
mutches wclo pluyeil. The fourth
which was scheduled to li between
A. I- Castle and Atheitnu Hlchards,
was nut played, an Castle did nut
wish lu tiro himself out 111 view ur
the fa t that he has n lird hnsebnl:
game lu pitch today nt the Athletic
However, Castle and Hlchiirdti hud
a couple of Beta (or (un mid exercise.
Cattle won the first. G-3, and lost
the next, 8-fi. The lust net was a
warm one, and both plaers did goo.i
work. Castle served In ureal form
and ltlchmds seemed nlito to Ket
them oil. Both men placed wen, mil
the younger player did some Hue
short volleys across the court.
Captain Low and I.owrey then go:
on the courts and played their unit "It,
which only went for two seU, l.(i'
U playing In Rtcat form Just now,
and he Kept the younger player on
life go all the time. l.ow'a back
hand strokes ate beauties', und Ills
lorearm'dihes ut times teirlllc. II
won many strokes by sheer iO.ce and
time after time hem t.owioy witn
Low won two cuts straight, G-l,
fi.3, and It wna n fairly vay victory
for htm. Thu captain would appear
to have a guod chan e ut winning
the cup, as he will meet Atherton
Richards on itu'it terms this time, In
ktead of owing UPt-cn, as he did lost
time they met lu the trophy play.
Another match that was played
yesterday was between Stanley Ken
nedy and It, A. Cooke. Tho latter
won out by two kets straight 0-2,
7 C. The llrst set looked like a lovu
one, as, Cooko piled up live gaineH
before Kennedy got started. Then
the latter got two games and the
mH ended. Tho second spasm wni
cloter, and at one time Kenned); had
It en lila opponent to thu tune of t'-4.
Then Cooku spatklcd, up and took
three Raines straight and won out as
The final match of the day was
that between Bockug and Tluodoro
Richards, and It was a Rood one,
too, Ilockus took the first set to
two Bullies, and then Richards got
going properly and JuBt reversed tho
figures. Wltlixonu set all, and tho
number of Raines even, the third and
deciding set was looked forward to
with Interest. It pioved lo bo a
really hard-fought one, and niter
live-all and slx-ull weru called, Ulcn
ards took two games lu succession
and won out. The scoro was 2-C,
8-2, 8 6 In Richards' favor.
This afternoon Atherton III. hards
will nieot Captain Low, nnd nn Mon
day T. Richards wilt play R, A.
Cooke, Tho duals will also he ploy
ed an Monday, und at tho present
time the winner is hard to pick,
Third Game of Scries to Be Played
at the Athletic Park This After,
This afterniiiin the Wasedas and
Oahu t'ullege i lu hi 11I will unie more
meet at the Athletic Park, and great
ime.iBi U being taken In the third
micUuK of tint teams.
Al. Castle will pitch for the ex
studentr, and he Is determined that
once more thu c6 ors of the Japan
ese will be lowered. The first gnme
between tho nines was won by the
colleRe nrter a sevcntcen-lnnlng
game, and the score was 1 to 0. Last
week the teams met for the second
time amUlie Puns again won hy a
score of t to 1.
The game this afternoon will start
at half -past thiee o'-lork. nnd -y
that tlmu there should lie little room
hi the g.anilstiiud or oil the bleach
ers. Theie will be another game
whli h will start at 1:30 o'clock. 011 i
It will be between the C. A. Cs ami
the J. A. CJ.
:: n 11
- DOTS AND DASHES.
The Wasedas have played fifteen
games in Honolulu, and their rec
ent standi us follows:
Won --.Inly 1, Wnu'da 8. Chinese
f.: Jul 9, Wasedas C, Murines 1;
Jill) 10, Wuredng.t. Portuguese 2 (IS
Innings); July 12. Wusedas 1. Navy
0 (12 Innings); July 11, Wat.ed.iB 1
Military 0; July 21. Wasedas 1. Pop
Lost July 13.'"n Oahu 6. Wuso-
das 2; July Ifi. Oahu College Alttnin
I, Watedas u(17 innings); July 17,
Chinese 9. Wnsediis ft: July 19. Navy
1, Wasedas 0 113 Innings); July 21,
Military fi. WoFediiB ft; July 2.1, Ma
tines ft, Wasedas 3; July 2", Alt
Military 1, Wuu'das 11; July 21. Oahu
Col.ege Alumni G. Wuhcdns 1; July
31, Chinese 1, Wasedas 0.
WILL MEET AGAIN J ;
t Oahu League 8erlei.
1 H August 7 C. A. C. vs. Marines.
I tt August 7. P. A. C. vs. Woseda.
tt Oahu Juniors.
HRiist 7. C. A. C. .Irs. vs. Pa
ugiist ". Mil Hocks Asnhls. tt
(Phone for Good Scats, C60)
RUMORS OF BIG PURSE
BEING OFFERED SOON
1 tt August 21. IVursoiuo, Country tt
tt August fl. Match. tt
tt Tennis. tt
tt ....uf 1. ri ll.,ll r.. tt
Next Contest Will Probably Be Over 'A , lWnll c '
Twenty Rounds BiB Crowd U August n.-Maul vs. Ilnnolulu. tt
Ssure to Roll Up to bee Go. (iMiiincne.) tt
LAST FOUR NIOHTS OF
CASINO MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
O'Grady's Friend i
Boxing Is on the boom In this llf- A ,n.-K.is. Fifth Cav tt
tie old burg nnd all sorts of rumors . , ,j
ui flying niound about promoters' AnRV ,3 0allll . KllHai.
mid purses of JCOO or bo. That an- J Basketball. tt
other Curdcll-Cornyn go over twenty y AllRll, n Y. M C. A. vs. Tort tt
rounds would uruw nxe u innsiaru'j. shatter tt
plaster can not be denied, and there u
August 3, 4, 5,0 '
The Maul Racing Association hud
a meeting the other night, and the
balance sheet, of Ihe club was laid
A creuu uni
ts no doubt that a mutch will he
made lu the near future.
A well known man of this city Is
M'llousi) cuusldeilng the advisability
of putting up u IJUU purse tor the
two clever boxers to argue over, and
If satisfactory arrangements tan be
made about a location for the match,
there Is no doubt that tho men will
be signed up. '
The purse Is liberal enough, and a
sixty and forty split of that amount
should bo satisfactory enough for
both the men. Considering what tlxi
boxers got for their last contest at
the Aloha Park, thu above-mantlon.ed
purse looks good ulid, besides, It U
tine money, nnd the men have not
got. to take a chante on a percentage
There will be developments In n
day or so, und something more defi
nite can be said about the matter
an scon as It s ascertained whether
or not a suitable site can be obtain
ed for the contest.
Cordoll Is keeping In trim, and he
Is doing a lot of swimming at tho
beach. He and the game Irishman,
Jon M (lurn, are boxing together
every day, and some fast work I
done nt limes.
Joe McUudi Is very anxious lo have
a go at someone, and there Is no
doubt that If he Is seen In action
once, the Honolulu sports will want
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SHORTAGE IN 8ALMON '
REPORTED FROM NORTH
Funniest of Them All!
A GOOD SEAT FOR 25c
Csnntrym'D Predicts That Pack Will PRICES 25c. 50c nnd 75o
ue ueiow normal.
before the members,
an-o of $929.50 wos shown, nun
even thing was voted as most satis
. . . ... . ..i..n
raciory. iniprmei. e.. . ."'""-, Ke0 ,,,, , tllu tlllg ug. t,e ,
In I'onnecl 011 with the. Rrandstan I ... ,
und track, and next year he Ilium-
III u people will lie surprised at the
Poor old Joe Uuns, known as the
Old Master, Is dying of that fell ills,
ease, loiisumptlon. It Is strange how
many boxers die of the scourge; tho
list Is a long one, and many Is tho
good man who has gone that way.
Thero will be no cricket match
this afternoon, as two full teams
i-nulil not bo gotten together. Crlrket
appears to bo dead lnr Honolulu , Iohb.
present, und Rolf and tennis nre an
possible. Joe Is as gttme us 11 pel)
ble, nnd teverul times ho has been
down and was being counted out by
the refeieo, when he has got to Ml
feet and landed the dough with n
knockout. Joseph would like to meet
the winner or the De Mello-Madlson
contest, and u match like that should
attract a big crowd.
Dick Sullivan leaven for the Coast
on the Sierra and will bo away about
six weeks. He may get lu touch
with some likely boxers while on the
mainland, nnd one or two of them
may pa n visit to Honolulu before
Oleic has lust weight lately
und thinks that u trip to Ban Fran
cisco will set him up again.
The time Is ripe for another box-
Tho Wall Cup tournam'.-nt did not Ing contest between Cordell and
Honolulu Athletic Park
Si:.TTI.i:, July 23. Advices re
ceived from Alaska Indicate that tho
salmon puck this year will fall far
below the normal. (1. 11. llimcliman.
general superlntendi-nt of tho North,
western fisheries company, returned
from tho north yesterday with first
advices from plants west of Yakutat.
He says that tli9 Kodlak Island and
Prince William sound cniincrlos ore
experiencing lighter runs than usual
hut nt Chlgnlk tho pack will bo nbo-.lt
When lio left Bristol biy theplanth
were still making tins but thu pack
should be well along now and deflnllo
advices aro etpecled from thero In a
Tho first l'irge catch of sockeyo
salmon 011 Piiuet sound Ibis soasun
was mado Thursday. lin approxi
mately 25 TOO fish wero taken. Indi
cations point to a good run next week.1
Advices from Vancouver. 11. C. nre SUNDAY. AUGUST 7
to the oITcct tlint canning operations
in, ir. nn h.ivn liecn discouraging on U. a. M. C VS. C. A. C,
that side of tho border.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 0:
C. A. C. vs.. J. A. C.
0. C. ALUMNI vs. WASEDA
NEW TACE6 AT THE ORPHEUM.
With ihclr dlny gowns nnd dainty
III:- I" ".tefully folded and ready to
pack 11 their trunks and thtlr faro
wells partly spok n. the Casino Musi
cal Comedy Co. girls heard tho wel
come nows that owing to the arrival
on the Sierra of Mabel Biuiyca. th
vaudeville Queen and Melville flldeou
the famous song writer and. mimical
P. A. C. vs. WASEDA
Admission 25c, 50c. and 75c.
Box Plan for Season Tickets at
Chambers Drug Co.
most beautiful women on tho stago
.....1 imu nnlinnt-ml In "Ivlnn Dodo" nnd
nttrnct nil the entries 11 migiii iiavtvcninyii, nnu 11 tnc go is over iWBI iany other comic nnro successes
but the piny lias so lar neuu iirm louuus, 11 uecisiou siioiuu i reucn
class, nnd the finals should he good. led. An extra live rounds would tell
I the story, nnd there would not bo
LAST WEEK OF
censor of tho Shulurts, new seuson WONDERFUL PERFORMING DOGS
of vaudeville would start in .Mommy. AND MONKEYS
Nearly all of the old favorites will I be La$t M y Saturday, t 3J.M.1
Kt.ltn.l nm n l-ft lliln I'll If Ullfl (Tsf Pi El it ..... . f . Jt t
'"""" ' " V. i7 .vVim, KNTIUi: C'HANOU TONIGHT
numbers will precede (ho Bketcli.
which will be tho one which started PROF. TYLER, Ventriloquist
Nat Goodwin towards fa'tno and for- With H.s Wonderful Talking Dolls
tune, "Hobbles" 0110 of Hm best skits I.ATKST MOTION P1CTUHES
thai has oven been si en on tho local PRICES lOo and 15s
singe. .Mabel Hunyea Is one 01 inn
A report of the Nntlonn Assocln- much chnn c of unother drnw being
Hon for tho Study and Prevention1 registered,
of TuborculoslB, Issued from New)
York, shows tho average coat of ar- William Klege of Wayne, Neb.,
Ing for tubercular patients in the was arrested charged with the nmr-BCinl-rhnrltable
samitnrlums of tile der of his sister, at their home, on
United States Is 1.07 a day. June 30.
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
CORNER BERETANIA AND RICHARDS STREETS P. 0. BOX 440
Open From 8 A. M. to 7 P. M., Except Sunday
All kinds of Electric Light Baths (blue, red, white and violet),
Steam Baths; Turkish. Russian, Tine Needle, Nauheim. Carbonic Acid
ami Oxygen, or Medical Baths; Massage, X-Rays and High Frequenoy,
Special attendant for ladies.
That , r right around the corner are cold
drinks and a warm welcome
You need 'em both these days
" It's The Fashion "
The Two Jacks.
Hotel near Fort
ures will bo a song qE0RQE GARDNER America's Fa-'
on tho Soft Pedal 'by vorite Imh Dittlect Comedian
e, "Vlllea from the The QrMt CR0TT0NS Marvels of
Melville (lldeon Is the author of "Tim ,
llllllkcti Man" and other jiopular hits.
Ho has been the musical advisor of MiSS ETHEL MAY Soprano Soloist
llio Hliuueris ior years. !. ! from iveCUl S
vnudovlllo fealures will lie
'Tut Your I'oot
Merry Widow by Olga Hiecu, "apiasn strenpih
Mo" by Vllma Bteck and to very DYS0-WorId's Great Ventriloquist
pretty imnlbers by Miss Ilockwell. CjjNHA.s ORCHESTRA
Kour of tho chorus havo n stunning . M0Ti0N pictures
dance v. hid. Is going to surprise tho Adm!ioHU M0TI Hj" 9t? W
inbnbltiints. Tlie prices aro going to AriinlS81on 0c, 10c, ISo
bs- reduced to sumiuer prices and Willi
tho excellent vaudeville, the house
ought to bo filled to capacity.
Tor Halo" cards at Ilullelln...
Dance Saturday night, August G.
nt K. of I' Hall, given by the Car
nation Bixlal Club. Dancing com
insures at 8-IB sharp, flood music
and 11 good tlmo. Kvorybody cor
dially Invited. Tickets nt the door
gents &0c, ladles 2T.C.
IJOTEL. STUEET I
. THE AFLAG SISTERS
AND THE ilKST
Motion Pictures !
IN THE CITY I
Admission ...15c, 10c, Be. '
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING
Odd Fellows' Hall 1
Meets every Vrldiiy evening. In
struction, 7 to 8 p. 111.; Social, 8 tu
10 K. p 111.
Music furiilMied by a HAWAIIAN
QUINTET CI.UU. I
Hates nmt Tuition on application
nt Odd Fellows' Hall, or Tel. HO.
DICK SULLIVAN, Proprietor
Corner of King and Nuuanu Street
Inter-Island and O, It, & 1.. Bhlpping,,
books for sale at the Ilulletlu,
nfnru KO .h , . . w ' C'.