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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1911.
1 ftSV"M1 I I T To 3
BILL 40. 31.
TO IWl'I'.AL OltDINANCH NO. 5 OP T1IK (MTV AND COUNTY OP HO-
Noi.i i.u, n.vriTi.r.D -an ohdinani'i; to ciuum a duuiiau
or .hupi-lils in Tim oovr.it.Mi:.vr optiii: cm and county
OF HONOLULU, AND TO DUe'lNC ITS PCllPOHUS "
lie It Ordained by tho People of llio Oily nml Count) of Honolulu:
Section 1 That Ordinance No. 5 of the city nml County of Honolulu,
ntltlcd 'An Ordluiincu to Create u Bureau of Supplies In thu Government
J of the City nml futility of Honolulu, nn.l lo Define Um Purpocs," Is hereby
Hictlnn 2. This Orillmnco shall lake elTect ten days from nnJ after tlio
ilnlii of Its approval.
V It. McCI.HLt.AN',
, ' Supervisor.
Datu of Introduction:
Mny 3, lull.
Tlio foregoing tllll, nt n ltegtllnr Adjourned Meeting of tlio Hoard of
Rupert Isors, City mid County of Honolulu. held on Wednesdn), Mny 3, 1911,
passed l'lrst Bending mid ordfrvd to print on tlio following vote of thu said
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BY ONE SCORE
Naval Station Boys Make Win
in Last Half of Ninth
Third baseman Wostcr's smash to
deep left field In the last half of tlio
ninth Innlnir broki- un tho Wnsudn-
I'cnsacola hasoball game March 2C been moved to a better location, stalls iM(fi ,nlf.nille bents; bent threo In llo. work of the ellrfercjit 1m.11 In tho games
and gave lclory to tho nav.il train- enlarged nnd Ion new stalls added Tho ii,r('$r,00 , tliej have seen, und making predlc
llic station nlnvcrs. 4 tu 3 llioro grundstnnel has been moved to the op- ... . .. . ,.. tlona ns lo thu outturn.) of the season
were two MO'i on tlio lilacs when
tho lilt camo nnd onlj ono man olit.
'Hio ball traeled past the Japanetol
left fielder and rolled down n i-teJU
I It... .... IL.l I. ...... .1.1 I.A..M l.nAH
lUClllie, BU llllll 11 WUIlltl IIUVU uvv.i
n homo run. but for tondlMons.' I
The hit brought to an end the hard- several applications hae been received No 8 Japanese, running, three
est fouulit camo that the Waseda for stalls. o.imrlcrs mile, rirst, $7C: second Jin.
Players havo contested slnco thelri
urrlval In this country.. TUo contest running excursion stiutmrs from Ho- half mile. First. 75: second, J25. I ,,ia.( ali judging by lust week's work
was nip alidxlitck from tho tlmo that nolulu nnd from llllo for the Tourth of No 10 Hawaiian bre.l, three-quar- t,H KIU,iu should be a win for the Ilu
tho winners went Into tho lead In tho July, nnd tho minting Is eipecttd to lers mile, rirst, $2C0; second, JtO. I WI, t,m without much dllllculty.
second Inning, and was featured by bo tho "greatest ever" No. 11 l"rco for all, half mile. I'urso jf tno Portuguese team is In tho
some splendid work on the part of Considerable Interest Is being taken 1200. iapo tlut t was last Sunday, then
both teams. Tho sailor boys well In the gentlemen's race, nnd It has No. 12, Japanese, one mile, l'lrst, tlu ttor. of Notlty's bojs Is cut out
deserved to win, for while the Wa-been suggested that riding breeches bo $130; second, 120. ' i fr uwm n unu Btyie, nnd thej will
seda men put up a bettor fielding not nllowetl, but some riders claim No 13 Cowboy, three relays of half iio t0 IV 011 tle j0i uiry moment
Kamo than the winners the l'cnsn-they will ho handicapped If they havo mile l'lrst, 2S; second, J10. (from the tlmo "play ball" is called
colas did far superior work with the lo ride without regulation "I I) do Park" . No 14 (lentttmen's, owners to ride, u u,c B)ng rings lit thu end of thu
Pensacola scored In tho second In-1
nine on n. slnclo to center, a sncrl-
flee hit nnd two hits to'rlcht field, but
the JapatiCBe camo back In tho open-
lug of tho third and went into tho
lead by scoring two tallies. A wall:
a hit and errors by FlrBt Daseman
I'etoskey and Shortstop Scott were
responsible for tho tallies.
Tho I'cnsacolas took tho lead acaln
In tho fifth session when two hits to
right field, a sacrifice hit, an error
und a Holder's cholco allowed two
inen to cross tho rubber, but tho Jap
made tho scoro 3 to 3 with a tally
In tho soventh Inning. Pensacola
appeared to have a good chance to
win thu game In the seventh session,
hut a great running catch by Ogawa
In center Held of a hard drlvo by
Pitcher Meeker ilcstroed tho sailors'
hopes for a scoro.
Doth teams had numerous chances
to score, men reaching the bases for
both aEsrcsntlons In every Inning,
but Omurn and Meeker steadied with
tho bases occupied and usunlly man
aged to kcop tho runners from the
Plato. Over 2000 saw the contest.
Tho Japanese evidently mado a great
lilt with the sailors, who applauded
their good plays vigorously. Tho
Pensacola 4 11 3
Waseda 3 3 2
Datterlea Meeker and Abraham;
Omurn, Ynniusuchl and Kukamaga.
Umpires Nealon and Uaumgattner.
Wuseda Is scheduled to meet Mis
sion High this afternoon at tho St.
Ignatlo" Collccg grounds nnd tonight
the Japanese will leave for tho East,
where they will play against tho
lending university teams of tho Mid
Yamaguchl. Hid regular catcher of.steere and Duckworth will play, and
tlio Waseda team, was put out of tho nt 4 o'clock I.. M. Judd and K. B
game yesterday when u pitched ball names will tackle one another. On
glanced off his bat In the second In- the Neighborhood courts, W. Grecn
nlng and struck him full In the face, well will pluy Durston, nnd half an
Tho plnjor was stunned, but not se- pour lutir J. Iiv Judd will try out a.
riousiy lujureu. lie win prouuui; no
tumble to nlav in today's gume.
Tho Call in telling of the arrival
of tho Wasedus In California recent
ly had tho following:
The olllccrs nnd men of tho Jap
nni'so liner Nippon Msru havo a bis
sack of gold jen which they stand
lendy to bet on tho Waseda team.
Staufoid, say the sons of Nippon,
will bo an easy mark for tho, Japan
ese plners, and nny gentleman who
has money to back his faith In the
crimson team will find takers for all
ho can bring ou board the T. K. K.
I'vcry Japanese on the liner Js a
red hot baseball fan, They havo tho
tour of their countrymen doped up lo
a game. Tho Waseda team, thoy say,
may lose two games. Nclthci of them
will be In California. They will not
say who these two probable vlctois
arc but what Ihey do say Is that
they will bet tho whole ship's pile on
tho little brown plajers In oveiy
game they play during tho Nlunoii'fi,
stay In port,
Thoy want somo Stanford money,
The Nippon Mum Is lying at pier at, I
which Is within easy walking dlstumn
of the Third nnd Townsond slreoU
ilnnnt An initnv of Hip, prnw hh rill
get liberty wllr attend tlio game and
they will tako somo of tho NIPliou
sack with thepi, hut there will b j The triple roll performed by Joe
enough money on the ship nil day to Nuncs, Jlro Moriuta and Chlnlto "Mo
cover nny bets thut muy bo offered Irlyuimt was highly applauded, nnd tho
It 11 K Japanese of tho night school did grcnt
After the few remarks passed by tho work In tho liar-bell drill
sport wrlttrs over tho lomlltlou of the William .Melnccku did great work on
wlro netting In fiont of the Athletic the horse und bars, and James Nott
Park gruudktund last Sunday, Presl- finished the piogram by a succession
dent Charlie Chllllngwnrth said that It of dllllcult tricks,
must be fixed As this was concurred i v . .
In by tho management of the parte, Chairman Carter, of the Sanltan
now netting has been stretched this Commission, Is expected to return
week and now thero Is practically no ,rom KuuM tomorrow nnd will uwli
dnngir of n wild pitch or foul coining ably take up sanitary work tho III at
through the screen. lot uext week.
GREATEST EVER PLANNED FOR
MAUI CELEBRATION ON JULY 4
Many Improvements Made In
Big Crowd Expected on Special Steamers Complete
Program for Day Arranged.
The Maul llaclng Association has.
inado ureal Improvements In Its
grounds at Knhulul The stublos havo
poslte side of tho track and made forty
feet longer. .
Tho tmqk Itself has bctn changed to
the regulation shape and will be ready
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u lull uu iw n-i. itu,n v nu . ,,Ui.,.
of horses nro now In the stables, and
Arrangements nre under way ,for
No 1 Hlocle, one mile rirst prise,
25! second, 110. i
No. 2 Jnpanese horses, running, half
mile. l'lrst, SCO; second, tin
START IS MADE
IN CASTLE CUP
Two Matches Go By Default
and More Playing Today.
On Three Courts.
Yesterday aftirnoon on the Neigh
borhood. Uuetnnlii und I'nclllc courts
the nluy In the Custlc Cup started und
there was some good tennis seen
It. Sinclair defeated C. Du Itol two
sets straight, G-0, C-2,
TlHudure nlchards;- who .went up
against T. W J. Cray, took tho Ilrst
two sits, ii-2, C-3.
The mutch between J. .11. Judd and
Q 0. lrvvln wus better, nnd the tlrst
nnmed plnjir won 0-4, G-3.
11 W Smith could not piny with 8
A. Haldwln und he had to default, as
did Stevenson, who was drawn to pluy
Q. O Guild
W. A. Wall beat P. It lUrtlctt 0-2,
Tho game between Steero nnd Duck
worth was, postponed till today. The
v, linn r will go up against Sam Hald
wln nt half-past four o'clock this aft
ernoon on tlio Paclllo courts.
This afternoon, on the Pacific courts,
Matches to be plaved on 'the Bere
tanla courts nre us follows: It. Sin
clair vs. T ItlthnrdH, nnd W. A. Wnll
vs. the winner of tho O'Dowdu-Balns
match. At half-past four C. G. Bockus
will play J. Mucaulay, nnd J. T. Guard
will try G II Hutlhlph.
Handicaps of byes who will piny to
day I.. M Judd, receives half fifteen.
C It Bnrnes, scratch
W A Grecnwell, plus fifteen.
H. T. Durstun, plus fifteen
C! O llockus, minus fifteen,
J Mucaulay, scratch.
J I' Guard, minus fifteen.
G II lluttnlph, scratch.
:t ti n
PALAMA ARE GOOD
Palama gninuslum Inst evening was
the scnio of no exhibition given by
tho bos nnd young men members, and
ju good-sized crowd was present to sco
Dillls accompanied by music from
Kauhaue's quintet club, work upon the
horse, parallel bars, bar-bells apd other
aiinr.rntii. uh,h1 hIihupiI the familiarity
of the bojs with the work they were
giving as nn exhibition.
Track, Stables and Stand and
No 3 Hawaiian bred, running, half
mile. Plrst, 00; not ami, 50M
v0 4iy r,.r il. trnitlninn.l tme-
mllp j,llrllo ,-r,0 '
' ' '
no. -l ' race, Tree for all, '""
m1"' - 1-6-
?ft 7llu1lfnllnn t(.il t..n ...tin '
.... . ..........,, u. i., umi ,,,w
l'lrst, 1300; second, JM,
No 9 .Mnlden ponies. Maul bred,
half mile, race horses harred. Cup
No. IS Mulb race, half mile, rirst,
35; second. SIS
Height of ponies In rnco No 0, free
for all, not to exceed 14 bunds 3 Inches,
TAPrO VAI l0'", "' " I'hllllngvvortli. ss; II.
l" III .T 1 lllr Walker, cf ; II Zerbe, If.; Ah Snm, rf.
I flULU lilLLil I'ortnguese Athletics Louis Snares,
ini . 1 ...!-. .. . t 1,.,.t,l,. 1 li A.'
Blue Will Row Cornell, Prince
ton and Pennslyvania in Ad
' dition to Harvard.
Valu crews hnvo n hard schedule of
races ahtad of them this season. In
addition to the annual spring regatta,
tho Blue will meet Pilneeton nnd Cor- gnmes will be looked for with Interest,
mil on Carnegie like, the University, At Hwa tlmt team and Wiilpahu faco
of Pcnu's)lvanl.i und Harvard. The inch othir, nml thin nt Alen the Wnl
last event, the most Importunt on the mines eiiino down to meet tho Aleas
program, will finish up the siason. In u liattlng contest which will drnvv
Itowing experts will watch the Cor- out all the Idle men on the plantation
nell-Ynle-Prlnccton racis with consld- to wntch
ernble Interest Not only will the con-1
test mnrk Princeton's debut In Inter-
collegiate aquatics after un absence, of
many years, but It will furnish a stnn-
durd by which to Judge the relatlvo
merits of the Now London and I'ough-
Cornell has long been mistress of the
Hudson, nnd thu Ithucuns look for mi -
other lctory this year. Should this be
the case nnd should Ynlo defeat Har
vard, the victor In tho Carnegie I.al.e
regatta would havo something tangible
upon which to basu n claim as the best
college crew of tho year.
"Old Man" Courtney aroused great'
Inttrest In tho Cornell student liodyj
with his sjstem of lutercollege races.
All tho schools of tho university are,
represented In n big regattu planned byj
ine jinacau rowing uuiuoriiiis. 'inis
is ono of courtnev's methods for
bringing out material for his crews I
Coach Ten lljck of Syracuse, Is not
having mi easy time getting his crews
In shnpi", this season Latest reports
from Svrncuse state that many of the'
men of the vnrslty caliber nro Inell-
glide to row on account of scholarship
Ten Iljck has made mi earnest appeal
to tho men to muko up their elcflclcn-
cles that tiny may kiep their seats In
tt ts ::
Mnv 7 l,u l.r...,, mIb,.I,1 n. II, ., .Int.,
of tho first uround-tho-Ulands oxcur- Again In tho eighth lolnnl put ono
slon, this decision being reached at the over, mid that was all tho scoring
meeting 5esteril(iy afternoon of thu done.
Hauds-Aroimd-the-Pnclllc , Club, undj a was u particularly fust game, only
fifty signed up us ready to sturt. ! forty-eight minutes being required for
Those ,who were present yesterduy Its play,
afternoon nt thu meeting hnvu agreed St Louis J Holllnger, ss ; Hark
to hnvo at least us muny more ri'ieily hum, lb.; Kano Nuke, 3b; Llndley, If;
In a few days, so thut long beforu Hllvu, c; Swnn, p ; W. llollluger, cf;
the dalo set for the excursion comes, ' Wing Kwal, rf ; Jansseii (captain), 2b
100 persuns will bo nudy to go ou the Iulmil ShliuUu, cf; Suwal, 3b;
trip. I Kane, 2b 1 Ciimuilugs, lb ; Kddle, rf ;
It was further decided that the Ilrst I'ukudu, ss ; Mi'iiged, If ; Iluro, c ; Von
week-end trip should bo made to Maul Kuu (captain), p.
and n visit paid to Ian Valley. I Huns.
The stcniner will lenvo Honolulu Sat-' St. Louis 0 0 10-0010 02
unlay night, nrrlv,u ut Knhulul Sunday Iulmil ,v 0 000002 1 3
morning und the day will he spent In I Base hits:
thu valley Tho return trip will start St Louis 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 1 7
on Sunday evening, and arrival In llo- lolnnl 1 10 0 112 2 '8
nolulu will be Monda.y morning at day-1 Lrrors St. Louis 2, toluol 1,
light I The standings of thu teams nm ns
Three dollars will cover tho cost of folleiws:
tho trip, und those who wish to go
can leave their niiuu-s with J I) Can-
Held ut Hawaiian Trust Company, with
Prtd Zerbe or with Aluxandir Hum"
Weokly llullutln tl per year,
FANS ALL TALKING
Oahu and Sugar League Take
Attention and School
Boys Are Busy.
Baseball Is now In the air, und ever
da mid evening knots of furls tire
gathered on thu 'trcels talking of the
Tlio llrst giimo on In the league to-1
morrow ufttrnoon la between the 1'or-
tUBUcae und Japanese Unms, und us'
bofli tluse were the winners In the'
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gmilCH 1USI MtlllllUy 11118 SIIOUIU OO U
irujiosltloii for the funs to
I''or the second guine, the two losers
ins, wiek lluuull mid Hiars will
.m,,. II,,,,,,, will lm tin, snmn in last
Sunu-n. ,,, ss u change In pltchira Is
made, which Is unlikely.
Stars Ah Toon, c,; Hnycs or W.
Williams, p; Tom Yen, lb; 13. lr
naiiilez, 2b.; Ah Ting, 3li.; Knn Yen,
ss ; Sumner, cf.; O'Sulllvnn, rf.; It.
Japanese Athletics Hrllo, c: I-
tiltwli, it Almnn 111 lVnnro 2ll ! Jou
lliiHhmll, 2b.; Alfnd Souzu, 3b; M. It.l
IVeltiis, ss ; O Mudelra, cf.; Olmos, If ; I
A P. l.lno, rf I
Hawaii Thomas, c; Lota, p.: Pre-)
ler. lb.; llaniaulai, 21).: Murkham, 3b ; I
Mlllkau, ss.; Un Id Desha, cf.; Will
Desha, rf : W. Itlce. If. I
Out In the sugar mno tho four teams,
of the Plantation League, cross b.its
tomorrow, and the results of theso
There Is n hunch of school teams In
tho city, mid from the grammar schools
up each school has a troud of players
given over to baseball at this season
Honolulu Is one of the greatest ball
towns In tho world, and the school
youngsters are better organized In
leagues than many pluces on the
lolanis Win By One Run In
SnaDDV Game PlaVed at
Ollcl(J(jy UctllK. riayou ttl
A3l3 Park. ,
It wns un uphill Jlght tlmt the lo-
luiils waged against St. Louis nlnoyes-
terday afternoon ut Aula 1'urk, und II-
nully won out 3-2 by scoring In the
last of thu eighth the one run neces-
sury for a win, which the Saints could
not touch when they came to but In
Inning uftir Inning tho Sulnts led
while Ieilunl was not ublu lo score, the
tally standing nt 2-0 for the Saints
until the seventh, whin Iulmil got over
tVVU lllell llllll tll'el tllll SCOril I
St Louis 3
i Piinihoti 2
Ceutiul Grammar.. 4
W. U il'et
.1 o 1 000
2 1 CC0
2 1 .CC0
1 1 .coo
1 2 .331
0 4 .000
TALK TO BOYS
Visitors at Baron's School
Yesterday Afternoon In
The Younger Brothers, who arc np
piurlng nt one of tfio local Hunters
us strong men, held u reception nt
Karon's g)innnslum estirdn' after
noon to meet thu Juvenile eluss under
Instructor Georgo Duncan.
Krom ten to twelve nre thu uges of
tho boys In the class, nnil each week
they have a race of some kind, walnut.
Which Is like) n potato race, or relay, .
or something of thu sort, und thu win
ner Is presentid with somu sort of
trophy by the Instructor, Inst wee k It
being n pair of plated dumb-hills.
Yesterday there wns u dumb-bell
rnce on and the prlxo wns won by K.
I. WntcrhoiKo, the Younger brothers
making tho presentation of a book In
scribed with their nnnies.
Tho joungsters were much taken
with the strong men, nnd wutched nil
the) ellel with Interest.
Jock Younger showed tho Jiinlnn
what could bo accomplished by 'syste
matic training und careful habits, and
his display of muscular powir was
greeted with many cheers
Hnrry Younger intertnlned them
with some balancing weirk, which they
were talking nbout when they left tho
class and which they probably dream
ed ubout last night nfter they went to
This class of youngsters Is the most
Inti'restlng of nny at Baron's school,
for they take keen Interest In their
work, even If they nre boisterous and
full of fun part of the time
It Is the whole life of the place to
see the kiddles go through their work'.
It Is the plan to hne some strong
men or wclMinowii athlete up to talk
to tho boys occasionally outsldn of
their Instructor nnd Professor Baron
This gives the boys n chance to see
vvhnt they are weirklng at, and the re
sults whlih can l" accomplished, mull
ing n stronger Impression on them
thnn what their Instructor might nny.
The Younger brothers were surprised
at the clenn work the bovs put up,
nml said many complimentary thlugi
to them nbout It.
Out ut Kamihnmeha tho boys nro nil
talking nnd playing baseball Ou the
campus In front of thu manual train
Ing building every afternoon tho bos
are bus), and somu great names are
The Sugar League men should know
that the fans In Honolulu mu Inter-
e'stc-d in the result of the jmmoj they
nre pluvlug and the siorcrs should fur
nish the results to the sport write is of
With the Henlmil smoker, the Mjrtle
elnncei mid Hawaii YucliT Club ladles'
day, the yiithtsuien will stmt thu sea
son's bill lolling this month In great
n a a u a n :: a a n a ::
a 8P0RT CALENDAR.
a Saturday, May 6.
a Baseball Kams. vs. Punaliou.
a Baseball St. Louis vs Highs.
a Sunday, May 7."
St Sugar I.eaguo Gumos at IJwa-
a 1:vvu vs Wiiipahii. At Alea-
a Aleu vs Watanuo.
tl Monday, May 8.
a Hasoball, Kams vs. St. Louis.
a Wednesday, May 10.
tt Baseball Kama, vs. Highs.
a Friday, May 12.
a Dance Mjrtlo Boat Club Houso,
St Saturday, May 13.
U Hawaii Yacht Club Ciulbo to a
It Wnlniino Hcturiilng Sunday, a
It Smoker Heuluul Boat Club 11
a Houso. a
tl fJolf ut Country Club Prcsl- a
a dent's Cup l'lav. a
a Sunday, May 14. a
a Sugar Ieuguii names, ut Uwa a
a Kwn vb. Aleu. At Wiilpahu a
11 Wiiluhu vs. Walanuo,
It Golf at Country Club Piosl
a dent's Cup Play.
a Monday, May 15.
a li.isobnll Kams. vs Pitnahoit
tt Hasoball Highs vs. Kams.
a Wednesday, May 17,
It Championship Tennis Tourna
St ment, Singles Commences a
tt 1'oqr Com Is. :;
a Saturday, May 20. a
,a Honolulu Team to Maul for Soc- a
it cer Game. a
a Saturday, May 27, a
a I.adles' Day lluuull Yacht Club a
SS 1'utertaliin j(
tt Hawaii Yacht Club p.inco Pearl a
a Harbor. :j
It 1'lrt.t Week Kml Excursion to a
' a Maul Visit lao Vulley. a
a ' 8unday, May 28. a
.11 Ladles' Day of llavvall Yacht 11
! a Club Pearl Ilmbor a
.ju.i&wv&--fc ...u ikyi('AatMtuui!mkmtk
VflJraBPPg ' sT3Bti w rW iyT' tx i U i