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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JUXE 14. 190a.
is - . . . . - RACES OF HIGHEST QUALITY dav at th- -iht'-n t h HMU log of tb- Hawaiian Jockey lub will brtag lorth-r lom fast ones and nhould aa woll Indicate th- quality of port la which tb mrln name baa advanced la the 1 Aland. Th-f of the very flneet fin- la olna to be a Heavy an It wan on the arst day. : tf naani inHiin jwm I tan culminating one wna the fayaoy. the gam pacer of M Cunnlnsbnnv (a O. B. McKen fan on nee wna somewhat diron- tlod over the ding of the free-for-all mm Wacanaan. an he harbored an Idea thai Ma home woaat have a le la the the event. Bat It turned The "Orey Ohoat" waa fhr Mood and cnwJd have son mo out -. 'Slli'' " jhs PT .pHftaaataal aaftaeaaavL. ' li BaaPP - ' " BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBjaaaai Wdlo. the Prkk of th Turf. Compelled to Divide Honor With the Find Marc Del Vista. aaaaaaaataaaaaaa MS to.!- V H5'' H ,uaasmi av ssr''wLaakME.; Twleai . Way Boy. the Game Little Pacer. Sold by Cunningham to G. $. McKenzie and to be Taken to Hib. a.eia n awaa o a "w SwSi-HILO PROGRAM ARD PATRICK TWO GAMES WILL riun l .kalanan. Thrprien . . C I ICC WIMC THF HFPRY OF BASEBALL FOR THE TITLt m VJl LII L TTliJ inc. t-rfc-iwr. , u.itmmu took la prlvats not m ooi-r- w " "CaaaJsarbasn aerate had his horse oat at the 2 14 cU-nr .-tVich" F" he saw tan hollow stylo la which cy- boat his held la the cla a Wiieiaanjn Ukawtsa It waa currently EPed thatbs bUch was fast to r. -2o'Tot.t ih-twaS The .rent even, o, the Hllo meetlns i; . .Btenfnl him-eif '.bdraw- promises to be the mile between Del ins htoj animal. Wot yesterday JVW4 oi Weller. The mare will so vr w.nW hnunht the pacer the claw aTaced IbST they were down with McKensl. string on Tues- m m . a saw I V ha a . . . a i I ihj e ff I V ta make a raaawa w gay ana will nave pcci prri . . aw . Evnt, Which a Fill M.rti Winnr In Sup.rh Curtom, Nw -jj c...i ni,i r.e-.i Form Aflamst the 'or Utntwcigm - - Punahous. Two Days With Sport. r the the asaaa t of the onaara of the other . in. and Hmith Th vane readily slvra nad the men wlMJ be be- . kt the aorrel S'ng n una of his rormer ww. . be wns entered There Is bound to he some oi v prettleet rsctns of tbn yaar J- rn reenect. It betrur abesd of the rtret day in the quality of the o- . .i. will be one which The match will eoroe oo the day to be set by the owner, but probably will oe on the second day The are aa follows: Fourth of July L Half-mile dash, purse UPK t& of purse second money. mA nu-lnr 2 . 'lass: HatsoV whose leV may X One-mile daab. Hllo track cup and ' that he will be hhTtr srv the sulky premier a hard c Qne-mlle dash. Hllo mercantile , cup nna r- Another hard race -- - Trot tins and pacins. - :-. H00 TRff "" H". "a, Holmes cup and 1150. - Th marv has many noim . IL. ,,.Bh tl2S: s frlenda. tjenp.ie aherents r nana second money. LtiaaaT Th outlook to for fast 7 One-half mile Japanese own- Style Amid Great Cheers LONDON. June 4. -Two hundred thouasnd people. Includlns the Kins and Queen of Bnshuid. saw Ard Pat rick win the sreateal of all Derbies to day, euperbly Hdden by an American Jockey known op both sides of the At- . -1 Hi, . " Mnrlln Th'Tl: WW Title. . . . r.D . vnicn T.ma a Th two The baseball gamei today promiae . da.i r bS full of Interest and Vhe changes 0id opponent. Joe Gans and Grrge mmrc Kh.mld result In r-.. . i 1 . . .. in tu. t So mnin attractions n hi ft ' r. Via VJttet. sUry race on the card down tohTdHvlne event wI hrioas and aara. Taaantrlenar. J MILF JV..rraL in ibs." ascd Sica - 'o"wlUerWnvku"Znn. lb-: a ?eTby e, D M-Ptay- 11T haaia; ! T' 1K- bik. s . .Sr..ra unknown H. awillh-Abdlne li lb- b. a-. to, Wilkes rMle-WoodnsU . k aired oy C by tol. R. lbs.; Tueh J. t ad: w od horses. Ss. W or uu money. One mile gentlemen driving race, owners to drive, fcflj class: purse 1100. $SS of purse second money. a. Itve-etshtba mile dah; flOO. 125 of pome second money. 10 Japanese race; . "ond money. t JVLT RTH. L Half-mile dash; purse $100. $25 of purse second money. a Half-mile eanlbltlon race for la dles. Puree of t to moat graceful equestrienne, lie to second: IS to third . Trotting and pacins. beet S out of I S: class; $125. $25 of purse sec- nd money. 4 Flve-clSbths mile dash; $100. $25 of paras second money. One mile daan. k a. une mm unkno .imratlAN JO'KBT money TS?S CVPT T. be won twlcob g Hf-mlle daah. Japanese CL -..kT, one and one owner - - - tlM- free tor i j " - btcK.osi.--u----- imp. aalf W-l-- ibea. 1 14 twaa teral t.ru--irteuburst-Son- aaaaaVJag Acl: by Netherete-r. tmt ite: b. " Par her- w.. i - ..wni'd borses. 140. W0 of pur yS a Three-fourths mile dash: 11-5. 125 rf pure second money. $125. $25 of purse second money, a One and one-fourth mile dash jS. foneoUtlon race; $100. $25 second Wlthdrawn-v-.. ir0RN IA nwjOTTH J" Hawaiian bred. rnOCD CO.S Cl beat l$ heats, i ratting and pactna. trotting and are. $li iaa lb . v Um -Uaoan b.. aged, by B; us lb-: b rs; by OTL.: h T. v nawa te by-Ch R. I- lb ,onr '- . r..ni to enter: en tries close P- m. Tuesday. July h at Volcano Btable office; scratch. at 10 a m. Wednesday. July 2. -e Murphy nod Donovsn. OAKUNU. June 1-Tl Murphy of Austrslls sad Hike Donovan of Rochester, wbo have been matched by Manner .,w, of the Acme Club to flsht ttfteen Kie-Bdth ft. lb a( ,x poun.1. June M.n. vl . Lee. ....iiminanr event wH lilUK DABH . 41V ta" M-.rtln. Th' Tv W II v iv i only a slight delay at the pot. and then II dainty pieces of horseflesh were ofT f .r the greatest turf prise In the world. For a moment all was confu sion. Then out of the bunch shot Ard Patrick. Superbly ridden by "Skeeta" Martin, be drew gradually away un til at Tottenham Corners he waa fully two lengths In the lead. Inch by Inch, foot by foot, under the skillful guidance of Martin, h drew away, and Onally flashed under the wire a winner by thre lengths. About the same dlrtance separated the sec ond and third horse. "Skeeta" Martin, on beins ftal from hla horse, was the center of a cheering, howling throng. Noblemen high In rank strusK'fl w,th racetrack touts In a desperate effort to break through and srasp the hand of the American Jock-r- Ibe result. In detsll. waa: J. v. ou bio's brown colt Ard Patrick tlrst. Col onel H. MeCalmont'a bay colt lUalng Olass second, the Duke of Portlands brown colt Friar Tuck third. Kighleen horses ran. The betting was 100 to 14 against Ard Patrick. 40 to 1 against Rising Glass, and 100 to 7 against Friar Tuck. The conditions were as follows: The Derby stak-s of 6W0 sovereigns, by subscription of 60 sovereigns each for thre-year-olds: about one mile and a half. Mr. Gubblns. the owner of Ard Patrick. Is an Irishman, who owns a big stud SI L.n erU-k. He also owned Oalteemore. which won the Deft.y In l$a?. Oubbins subsequently sold Gal- teemore to the Russian Rovtrnment tor 2I.W"J. Marti followed up his Derby success by tying; . the rare for the Caterbam plat- In on- of the bOSt lln'.she ev. r seen at Epsom. Gun Club, ridden by M. Cannon, waa a strong favorite, and when aithln a stone's throw of home seemed an easy winner. Then. Inch by inch. Martla urK. 1 the Fledgling Ally on till the public thought she bad won. Kins Edward witnessed the ra .? with th- been -st Interest, and when a dead h.- it was announced th. Stowd cried out: "Well done. Martin." even greater sport than has yet been seen. The teams to contest at Punahou are the Customs asalnst the Punahous and the Artillery against the Honolulu aiu OARSMEN GOING TO QUARTERS The oarsmen uk a day off on the Uth, but outside of ta: date have been doing Rood work. The nturn of the welcome trade winds has smoothed 3wav the long southerly rolls that for ten days rl ado good form In the shells an Impossibility, while their bracing influence has be n shown n the vim ith which the crews have been get ting down to their work. The Myrtles Will go down to Pearl Eochs Monday. hile their rivals will follow on the 20th or 21st. ... The Healani shell, which was built In England, is expected on the Sierra, which should arrive here o'" next while the Myrtles are hoping that their new oars will arrive on the same "From present indications the races this vear will be a toss up. for never before have four era ws, been on the harbor that are apparently so evenly hatched. The Myrtles at the present writing have somewhat the best of It for their crews have been rowing to gether for a number Xf wife, and are in much better condition than the He- The two senior crews are rowing about evenly, although as Coach Kle bahn has J yet only .bee n able to go out with the crew two 6v thro times the probability arMhat the Fourto will see the Blue seniors rowing la the best form on tho'. hart. rujs should win them the race although U remains to be proven whether the, are as a whole as Strong a crew PhycaJy OS their rivals. As to the Juniors the Myrtles have had great TT .i,.i)h have been rowing the same crew forhe pat three w eeks McFadden. will be the main attractions of the Hayes Valley Cub s card this the same cw month. A match between Britt and forced t'Q make constant changes. McFadden was made several weeks First Bert Webste for reasons mat- . ,irtr,iai was forced to resign, wnne ao. and "Elbows" had already stared Hnrtnlal. was i fr . J .J ...... J . - .,nrt that It WOUld rMuh Thev are all In fine form ror tne coa. e.. person. ".w , m. The personal it-a.wu. . - Th. and though there may be a division of hl8 hands were not In condition to be Js a troTg gritty lot the crowd by reason of the races there stand the strain of another battle at vounggters. rowing as MIowb: . jk m r-t ., n earlv dai. Manager Morris - urnlv stroke: Jean Allen, lTtMJiZ The teams will Levy Immediately wired Gans to take No B. R Heilborn. No. 2: J. Stokes, at the college campus. Britfs place, and after some parley play as follows: mlnor mat,er8 tne colored lad They have the making ofaj JJ Customs Punahous. te,eRraphed hl3 acceptance of the terms but at fff Few - of the o Kcmenwav is only to oe eipfi fNn Hsrt P.' Scanlon 1 B WuwoM B Wilder Mossman ... II. wilder ... Rowers Anderson ... H. A. C. Tunhs Williams .... O lesson Thompson .. Pryre Joy Hansman ... Aylett Kala w ana . . .8 S. ..S B. .L. F. ,.C F. R F. o 1 B.. IB... 8 8... I B.. L. F .. C F.. RF.. a aal r la . ... W"11!" McFadden has not been communieat- Uouoks ed with directly, but his manager was "WW. Speers reached by wire, and the assurance Meyer was received that McFadden would be A. Marcallino only too pleased at the change, having J. Marcallino xpressed himself as being anxious for . Waterhouse " chance at Gan8 Bmce the latter won Artillery. the lightweight championship by put- Davis ting Frank Erne aw ay w nn a - G umamzing Tennis.' NEW YORK. June 6. Anglophobia flnally has made Its way to lawn ten nis tournaments under tne auspice . Brown . .. Stone . .. Smith de Lisle Bennett . . Mains .. Pllney . . .. High the German clubs, says a Herald dis- swing already. is only to be expecteti - 3 fact that they have pulled together but four times, ir tney ca.. during the next three w -eek. they will give their opponents a good run for Their money, and in this event both races should be nose and nose until the mile and a quarter flag Is reached, whew the crew that has the most gin ger In It will win. Opposed to this crew the Myrtles will put out George Crosier, stroke; F. Wright. No. 2; H. Simpson. No. 3; J. Crosier, bow. This crew is well balanced and has perhaps more speed at the present time : . in the harbor. The men .11.411 Mil . rrJ. K .1 rg their U.ITK K nUO 1" a., h m FIFTH Free for s J Iba R. Iba. L r, vista. Uf 'b oTtorkX-4'rter rrrfn 'aTlsed by imp W.trrc Jlurpny. Connor. Ballssrtynsv-Mollic ( a m.. 4 oar. Turk -Clara I- fUrrison. Wl.bdra.n--Car.er II aNJ lam N 'rll , ao j Kir Mre .r-E.mo. aaed. by "r".. D. m . J rutwood. dam - ty V mmmond-I eH- ' Z g. aged; sire nnknown. a. glen .be ame evening -urr a .Aa In at S 4nj Donovan re 10 w . .rtvrnoon of the ligh' . . ..l.M-K vn Chamberlain's Pain Balm has no equal as a household liniment. It Is th best known remedy for rheumatism. Isme back, quinsy and glandular swell ing, while for sprains, bruise, burn and scalds it Is Invaluable. One ap plication gives relief. Try It. Benson. Hmith Co. Ltd.. oholansin son m. McFadden Beats WtUtams I...NDON. June $.-Kld McFsdden. the hrlek-toDDed bantam from San Franclaco. j,.hld the reputation of Americas knight of the mitt in serious fashion ,t the National Sporting Club last nlsht Whan he defeated Jem Williams, the best bvntam-welsht in England McFadden's showing was a revelation to Britishers. j th.-y liked hi style and actions so M u that he was matched Immediately k.-.. r the bout to fight Btn Jordan dur t coronation tournament. Th- light Itself was the sharpest Ave r.. affair seen In London In yoss. McFaddea b.Kan to force things at th , hs first bell snd did most of the leading throushot- Oslvfornla Oolt in Derby. California colts are favorites for the American Derby t Chicago. Cruzado is liked by the Baldwin contingent wkhe .ld England ha strong followers ..th.r California colts showing Weh r , mard. Sam Nero. Homrstead and Wa- t-ib'y. Amricns W.a Everytnioe. PARIS. June 8 -Am.rlcan Jockl. won evrry race at the Bols de B- ulogne im t . . m a VcrbOts Briat was nt pltcd in the ITlx Slallertt. stoat for th. i- Th.. Cerman clubs pa.cn 11 " - have formed an alliance embracing all the leading clubs. Including those of Hamburg. Munich. Dresden. Berlin and other centers, the purpose of which is to nationalise the game and translate the English terms into German for general use. The headquarters of the union will be at Berlin. Kssver Knocked Out PHILADELPHIA. June 2.-Chr M K..v. r was practically knocked out by "Philadelphia" Jack O'Brien tonight in the first round of what was to have b. en . alx-round bout at Industrial Hall. Five seconds before the gong sounded O'Brien landed a risht hook on the point of M Ketver-a jaw. and the latter was carried to bis corner. When time was called for the second round McKetver was IUV able to respord The referee declared it a knock-out. The 'lub Stables will receive by the S C Allen some twenty head of fine driving and riding horses. If you are looking m fine stock it will pay you to wait till the Allen comes. Horses of every description. Planta tion mules bought and sold. Large as sortment, inspect before buying. W. - . a n n v T to Withers, stame anu wm -Automobile building. King st reet. Ao oiK-n-face gold watch was lost on King street, between Richards and Pil- . . . ni koi. Reward r.t Advertiser "- .. i virion should aid toe t ne 1'iMniic Kealani seniors in getting most out of their boat, as the men will weigh more closely to what should trim their -hell The crew will be placed thus: Fred Damon, stroke; Dan Renear No. 3- Paul Jarrett. No. 2; Allen Walker. r Low. , , . The senior Myrtles are getting into form rapidly, though they take more work than the youngsters, as they have had more of the game. They will be in the boat as follows: W Lyle, stroke; W. Soper. No. ... P Lishman. No. 2; S. Johnson, bow. Last year a week before the race public opinion gave both banners tO , the Healanls. and for once the talent was right, but this year, if no 'urther accidents occur, he will be prophet m eed w ho can pick the winner. This fact will, of course, keep excite ment at a fever heat, and will draw in all probability the biggest crowd on record. The yacht club expects to make an early start so as to reach the course in time for the senior race, which will be as usual the first one on the program. The Myrtles have the King and Peterson cottages on the ma kai side, while their rivals have the Miss Paris premises on the mauka side of the Peninsula, the same that they occupied last year. They have In ad dition the cottage across the street next to E. C. Smith's house, and for the first time in a number of years will have more pleasant quarters than the Myrtles. J. awaf William known M. unknown J hn lel n. h. . nve liO lO- " Ifl:7'? prtnee-Odetta. ur.VKNTH KACB Handicap HRKVING ' " - ' ir pure moe . ..or $! a. . r.-l.ady Ausu-ta. 1 a. . . .u, a . as- Prince David-Zmuwe. Ml J"!!jjr Aarter Harrison, b h.. , - - - - a s s t o a- s atna l"w - FTtar T Shi - M ?m 19: ly r JaWBBsh-tiM In t HI -w MbP 1 V bv I . 1 i-Hf-r mm - m tUm Stniors Thty MS Show , ,he Fourth o, Joiv Racts MH 1 rnL - Relieves Dandruff at immediately and causes tliick, glossy hair to fip plant the former thln.brittle -rowtli. Ncwbro's Horgrfcido perform its work on the principle "Destroy the can.e. you remove the effect," aw? consequently itrc:.ch and kills off the ever-busy jbo, which is responsible tor aUecalp oaassai It thus pakes dan druff and falling bair impossfMMg promotes a lnaunant grow W Ofhatt that xn becomes the pride or the owaorf Even on bald spots it foon prolluceshair as thick and luxunant as anyone could wish for. on . tHttV w(Il eoneliKv. thM It to V. 23XSi r.U d.at Matty oor . u.. -II F;.ria4 Dnt Store. ror MIC oy a... r MOLLISTi: DXU3 CO LTIX.