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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU. MAT 17. 190a.
A BATTLE VETERANS L 4 A G OF GIANTS I : Final Tug-of-War Contest This i Evening. j WELA KA HAOS j THE FAVORITES I : Healani Oarsmen Must Take a I Brace. KLEBAHN STOKE AGAIN ADOPTED The Pacific Hardwares Have Many QLD COLLEGE upportcn Teams and Weights. RIVALS TO PLAY ttMMMMMMMMMMMMtM STRONGEST TEAMS Kims and Punahous Play Ball Today Custom House Will Uncover. The league bain ball game at Puna hou today will be between Karri hame ha and Punahuu. and Curtom H.-u.-e hundred dollar oe to the winning and Artillery. The Kami- will be play- team and A t the losers. Foil.) wing are the teams and weight: rimuc works. Tonight at Aala wsrehou the co) tet for the tug -of -war championship take place between the Public Work team and the Pacific Hardware Com pany's aggregation of pullers. Neither team has sustained a defeat and both have a multitude of supporter. Two STEADILY THE HORSES ARE PREPARING FOR RACE DAY PLAY BASKETBALL Nsw Eng'ish Sh II Will Arrive About the M.ddle of June. Spartans and Diamond Heads to Strive for League Championship. Joe Moss (anchor Luis Haoto David Solomon Joe loss . r !-.! .... ni is 17S 170 1SS 17 140 T t.W Kalani Kl Wailebua Kanse ... K .dlhole 1301 PACIFIC HARDWARES. Pound. hor) 1SS ias 185 142 lS Total . The Wela Ki Ites on account 12S4 i Ifao will be favor -of their unbeaten rec- rdL having h-ld the championship f -nvaay years. Their experience In han dling the rope Is Invaluable as they have a decided advantage over their rival la this respect. The faciflc Hardware team Is an ex tremely powerful combination, how ever, even If somewhat green at the Youth will be served, however. the Pacifies should outstay their it tonight and wret the chase ionabtp from them. As a eartaln-raiser the Kanl Ke Ana snd Lumber Yards will pull for a purse, the teams and weight being ss fol- KANI KK ACS. . Pound. eo in the above order, commencing at 1:J0 p. m. Lieutenant Newton will um pire both games. Following are the teama and positions: Custom Gorman c. Klwa p.. Scanlon lb.. Moore 2b.. Elston 3b.. Tuck, r W. Wll-l. r rf. Bower cf.. Gay If. Artillery Bcbr c.. Brown p.. O'Leary lb.. Smith 2b.. High 3b.. D-llle as.. Morgan rf . Guptill cf.. Bennett If. Punahous Hemena ay c. Babbitt p . J. So per lb.. Loucks 2b.. Meyers 3b.. C. Cooke sc. Perry rf.. J. Marcal.m f . A. alarcalllno If. Kimehamehae Kekuewa c. Kaanol p.. Jones lb.. Kolct 2b.. Anderson 3b.. Harbottle HI. hards rf.. 1'aehaole f.. Cockett If. Substitute Punahous. J. Water .house. The Custom House of course will win their game. That is a foregone conclu sion, but th Ir perf..rman this after noon will be watched with much in terest for It will furnish some kind of a line as to what may b- expected of them la their subsequent games. Th team, moreover, make Its bow today In the league series. The Kamehameha should have no difficulty In defeating the Punahoua with Babbitt in the box. The meeting of the old college rlvala will, however, from a sentimental point of view, be xtremHy Interesting. CUNHA AND NOWELL WINNERS Horsemen Want Entries to Close Now Why Not a Trotting Race? Runners Are Being Let Down. Miguel (anchor) Noboana 'harles Aa 11 Hush Klmo Nelu Total LUMBER YA1CIS 1H0 IT'. . ITS ISO l2 m IM 1173 It irWIanl (anchor) Kaalhotlo Kal Vlkotl Jackson Manuhoa ... Barenapa f gn 1- 1(7 I4S BM MS IS2 Ii 170 The final In the men' double tour nament cf the Hawaiian Tennis Asso ciation played yesterdsy afternoon on the courts of the Beretanla Tennis Club, resulted In A. R. Cunha and A. M. Nowell IB.) defeating W. F. Dll llngliam and F. (. Atherton (P.) In three straight sets, the score being 3, 1. 2. The winners kept the courts covered In great shape, and put It all ove- their opponent. This afternoon at the Pacific court at -i 20 o'clock R. It. Adams and A. T. Brock will defend their title ngulnnt the nnallists. Messrs. Adams and Brock have held the doubles championship so long that thy have come to he considered al morl invincible. Tho year, however. Cunha and Nowell hae loomed up In such splendid form as to threaten dan ger to the holders of the trophy. The mt notable work at the track cm Thursday morning was dore by Lewis' gre-n trotter Oak Grove. "DOtCD Pave." whose given name Is Charles David, was scoring with the anlnjral when a t-haft of the sulky broke and the driver wus thrown out. The animal ran away and circled the track at a high rate of speed, tares times, before he cume to a standstill. The sulky, of course, was almost ir reparably dan aged.- but beyond a se vere chafe behind, the horse MM ap parently unharmed, although he vM feel the effects f his mad gallop for I HMl days to come. Oak Grove was until recently ".rained and driven by Alee Harris, whoso leg wo broken by a kick of a hOVM tfeM week. On Wi dncsJay nornlng the o st work of at least two of the harness division was done after the usual morning au dience had driven homeward. 8tJUBr plough. working with Billy Lemps. put In a beat In 2:25 and Duchess went a couple of mil. a In 2:273 and 2:26. On Thursday morning bright and early several of the runners were at work. Burn tried Dl Ylsta and Nul lah together at fix furlongs, the orr-d mare conceding the latter several pounds. It wus a smashing goi-U trial i 1 circulated report that three bang-tails wtre on the way to the Islamic. W. H. Foster, the jeweler, has offered the executive committee of the Jockey Club a handsome silver-mounted koa calabash to be given for one of the i aces. I. has not yet been decided t'tr what race the trophy will be given but the polo piny race is spoken of as the favored event. It la probable that a meeting of the Jockey Club will be called early next v.e.-k to reconsider the date of closing ntrics. Heretofore the entries have been kept open until a day or so before t ie races and it was intended that such should be the case this year. There seems, however, to b a marked dslre among horsemen to have entries cloe right away. It being argued that If this be done the Jockey Club will receive many more entries than they would otherwise do. One thing Is certain, when horses get down better than 2:30. It finds out their weak spots and many a hors- would be entered a month before the ract.s whl'-h may develop a dickey leg and never be entered If the list In knt onen until the last moment, the Jockey Club being out of pocket an entrance fee thereby. Then again, many of the owners of slow horses get cold feet when they see a rival work several seconds bet ter than their best, they nursing their anlmsrfs'meanw hile and scared to death to see If they can't come down a few seconds too. Better than 2:W certainly sn-w tip cripples. U it. i ,nt:ies The following teams will play league basketball In the gymnasium of the Y. M. C A. this evening: Bpartans J. B. Gorman f.. M. G. Johnson f.. R. M. Cheatham C. R. S. Fierson g.. W. P. Binley g. Diamond Heads B. H. C'arke f.. Geo. Desha f., R. McCorriston C. John Clarke g., J. Marcallino g. Intermediates T. Evans f.. A. M. Kc-oho f.. Paul Perreira b., C. L. Evans g.. C. Gilliland g. B'ue Streaks A. Rlackman f.. Bert Hellbron f.. W. E. Rerr C. A. E. Lut g.. J. S. Boyle g. The first game will commence at 7:30 and the second at S:20 p. m. The Spartans and Diamond Heads are the strongest teams In the league, neither having been defeated this sea Fon The Issue of tonight's game should decide the league championshiu. The Diamond Head9 figure to win on goal aggregates. REGATTA ON THE FOURTH OF JULY and was won handi.y by Nullah, which Cosine a month before race day these is a mere pony but as shapely a piece of horseflesh as ever looked through a bridle. The time was l:l.' After the mares had worked. Genera) thpm w, K,.t ft-hearted an! . . . i i s.sr ai..-. ... LON AGNbW AND The Rani Kg A us should win their pull ss there l no doubt that they are the third strongest team In the compe tition t' . WEEDAY MATCHED i , de c eon R ZWVB HE AUSE flj OW burrows vp the scalp, maklnj oaadruff tcwrf. cauiirj the hair Is ftWL sad flaaDy BALDNESS. Tea wi!l have NO MORE DAK-D- T. FALLING HAIR, or BALDNESS if yes w NSWBRO'S The enly fUir Prtpsratien ea Cw itkntitc Far ufc by drutjuis. Price $L DAUO CO. LTD. Special Sale OF CHICKENS 50c Each Vetropo'itaa Meat Co., Varitts The Honolulu Athletic Club ha' t-id-rd to take hold of the boxing test between Lon Agnew and Jack Weeday. on the basis of 10 per cent of the proceed of the house for the club and the remaining 60 per cent for the boxers. The fight will take plat e on the night I of June 11. and w ill be of ten roundii' I duration, the men to weigh 153 pounds at the ringside. Both men have started training. Weeday Is getting into condition at I Ijotig Branch, while Agnew is doing bis i work in town. I Agnew and Weeday are both aggres Ivtf fighters, and this fact ought to insure a good contest. Agnew ha the advantage in height but Weeday is the j heavier man of the two FIRST MATCH OF CRICKET SEASON There will be a cricket match at Ma kikl tins afternoon between teams se lected by the captain and vlce-cnptaJa of the Honolulu Cricket Club, commencing- at 3 o'clock. This 1 the Orst match since the Installment of the new officer of the duff Following are the team : Captain Rlackinan. l GUI. M.le. Pllanaea. D. (Bass. Morse u-ai .). Boi tomley. Faraday. BSV. V Rlti . Allan Dunn. Hatn-ld. Br. tt. Fiddes Parish. Maysll. V ice-Captain IS. Anderson. Cock burn. Von der Hyde. H. OUv-: Ahl . Ilcker. Prince Cupid. Gultd. Herbert. Hryrnour. Brett. Harrison. R. C. Smith. Gill. Beardmore (capt.). Diarrhoea 1 more to be dreaded than diphtheria. It attacks sll ages and Is equally fatal to young and old. The great mortality resulting from diar rhoea Is due to the lock of proper treatment at the first stage of th disease. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is a reliable and effective medicine, and If gixen In time will prevent serlou consequence. This remedy never fsll and la pleas ant to take. Every household should have a bottle st hand. Get it today. It may save a life. Benson Smith A Co. Ltd. wholesale scents, sell it. Cropje was sent a mil - In 1:47. finish ing strong. With Welter. Socialist. Carter EL Harrison. Jr.. and ; Cronje In the Roslta challenge eun race, the event should be one of lha most memorable In the nistory of the trophy, and will certainly result In the track record for a mile being cut. George Thomas gave Carter H- Har rison. Jr., a stiff six furlongs on Thurs day in 1:14. Yenterday the runners did only easy work. Time Center and Socialist s-Mni: gWvn swimming exercise. Albert M. and Tm .Rings ?r- life man worked several slow heats pester day. i -j lo...- jogged on tii-- ia k bui he wax very lame and aM g od m r:i ing to everyone be met. "Mr. black p-tcer hit a foreleg about a mon h ago while at work and developed spread t ndon. The leg w as fixed but the trouble teems to have grown .vorse iti'tead of better and Quinn's hirse may be marked down as a Joubtful siarler. The avaek mentioned runners of Hilly (Vrnwell d.d not itrrive n the Al i-rt't-da. rii-VMthstand.'.g the exo-nstvely timid gentry would all be in. whereas, as matters now stand, and in tie ligh: of events certain to transpire, half ;f leave ih-lr horses In the stable Close the ' entries earlier In future, gentlemen of the Jockey Club! You need m..iiey and need It badly in order to hang up decent sized purses, and entrance fees is so much money in the bank. Why not have a race exclusively for trotters? There are enough here for a race and some owners would eater M sm-li an event who would not do so In a race where pacer are not barred. Los Angeles Is very lame and it may be found Impossible to get him in shape i:: time for a race. The same is true Of Cyclone, which is short of work and needs all he can get between now and June 11. Following is a list of the horses in training in Honolulu: J. Gibson: Hilly Lemps, b. g.. pacer. B. .M. by Creole, pacer. Sambo, brn. g.. pacer. Walt-a-Little, LMT-i., b. g.. pacer, flak Grove, b. g., trotter. C. EL Judd: Wayboy. 2:is.-i. s. g.. pacer. Dusty Rhodes, rn. g., pacer. At a meeting of the Hawaii Yacht Club, held yesterday afternoon In the office of Secretary Weaver, the rules of the club adopted at a recent meeting, n-re passed without objection. They are what is known as the Seawanhoka rules. It was decided to hold a regatta at Pearl Harbor on the Fourth of July and to have races for all classes of boats. I Met 4eM J. Callan: Los Angeles. 2:24V4. b. g.. trotter. Edna G. 2.26. b. m.. pacer. Leahl, 2:28ii. brn. h.. pacer. Ruby C. b. m.. pacer. Artie W.. b. g., trotter. R. Burns: General Cronje. b. g.. runner. Time Center, b. g., runner. Nullah, b. in., runner. Del Vista, s. m.. runner. Socialist, b. g., runner. EL Ballentyne: Molly Connors, s. m.. runner. Amarino. b. g., runner. G. Thomas: Carter H. Harrison. Jr.. b. g.. runner. Alta Stacy, b. in., runner. J. McAuliffe: Weller. s. h.. runner. G. Richardson: Frank Murphy. 2:074. b. g . pacer. M. Costello: Violin. 2:16. b. m.. pacer. Duchess. 2:244. rn. m.. pacer. Albert M.. 2:294. s. g.. pacer. Abdine. 2:17 . b. m., pacer. W. M. Cunningham: Effie Logan, b. m., pacer. Trump, b. g.. pacer. J. Quinn: Waldo J.. 2:08. g. g.. pacer. Cyclone, blk. g.. pacer. The Healanl crews are rowing at pr. nt on the harbor as follows: Senior. Junior. P. Walker. bow H. Murray P. Jarrett 2 B. F. Hellbron D. Renear 3 C H. Tracy s namin stroke A. M. Webster A. McDuffy would almost certainly make one of the crew s if he would only get out and practice, but. like all large, powerful men. he Is awkward and clumsy and needs a lot of work to get him Into shape. Harry Cobb and S. F. Chillingsworth are two other men of good promise, who cannot expect to reach senior form unless they get in and work hard every night. The new English Bhell will reach San Francisco early in June on the S. S. American, and will be reshlpped from there on the S. S. Sierra or the City of Pekin. reaching Honolulu on the 17th or 18th of the same month, some three weeks before the race. From watching the Healanl crews In the water it is evident that It is the Intention of the management to stick to the long swinging Klebahn stroke, and In this decision one cannot but commend their wise choice, as three championships out of four speak pretty well for the present system. The crews as mentioned above are not settled upon at all. as the regu lar Senior and Junior crews, and un less some of the old men take a de cided brace in their form they will probably be supplanted by others. Cas per Whitney's remarks In the last Issue of Outing, under the head of Inter collegiate Baseball Outlook," as to his doubts concerning veterans of any de scription, apply particularly well to the Healani crews at present. They will have much harder races . t row this year than last, and from present Indi cations will not be in as good shape to row them, simply because a few mem bers do not turn out regularly. BY AUTHORITY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Mrs. Emma M. Nakuina has b2en ap pointed Commissioner of Private Way and Water Rights for the Island of Oahtt. comprising the Fourth and Fifth Representative Districts. HENRY B. COOPER, Acting Governor Capitol, Honolulu, May 15, 1902. 6171 HOT j ORPHEUM POSITIVELY Last Two Performances OF Elleford's Big Company At1he Matinee W P. 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