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THIv KVEMTvBOI.LliTlN: HONOLbLU.H,. .JJEPTEMBEI 9, 189U
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-a chance that does not come every day, and bargains never heard of in the history of the Islands.
Put in a supply before it is too late; get more than your money's wor'h while you can, or else you
will make a mistake. Tomorrow never comes, buy to-day.
CASH ONLY -BOOKS CLOSED.
How Dlflbront Soctlons Show Tholr Intorost In tho National
May Got tho Now York Club Work of Individual Playars.
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linn It ever occurred to the aversgo
tmxebull enthusiast Unit the people in
the w take the ruuic more seriously
thuii do the people In the entt? Yet this
In nn undeniable fact, which will be ad
adttcd by ino--t of the etcran managers
UirutiKhout the countiy. And the remark
I more applicable today than It was ten
or ecn Ave years ago. Beyond the Al
leghanleH l ihcball is the real thing, nnd
the enthuslusts never seem to tiro of the
subject. It Is n poor contest Indeed
Vihlch Is not played over again, so to
peak, by the rooters. Home of the club
suncrx will tell you that this added en
thuidnxm is due to the fact that In the
rti'St they do not hare so much horso
racing, yachting, athletics and golf as
tTicj lfme in theTast, but this Is not the
only u-nxon. Outside of Chicago the west
ern clubs lime not, as u general rule,
made ns much money ns has come Into
the coffers ot the clubs in tho cast. The
PITCH Kit JAMES llUCHIFS IS A CIIAUACTKII
result has Iwen that In ceitaln districts
in tho cust tho money part of tho game
haB been brotiglit too piomiucutly befoio
the public, n tnit which has in a measuro
liclpeil to dendeu local pilde nnd enthu
fclasm. Then lack of lojal support by
many of the newspapers in the east has
helped along tho tnme tiling. In Hoston
the mighty dollar phi) nu Important
part In cveiythiug peitnluing to the gnme,
and the sumo conditions pievall in 1'nlln.
dolphin nnd New York. In ninny cities
hi the east at pietent the first question
one nnl; uill ask another Is, "Whnt
was the store V" and tho very next, "How
many people wcro there?" In the west
It would be: "Who won'" "How did It
It wus only n few jenis ngo that sport
iilone was the real lenson for (he exist
'iice of baselnill In the inetiopolls, but
when the uld stotl.holdi'is retired In the
fall of 18111 and the club fell Into the
hands of Tnnunauy 1 1 nil politicians the
comlitlons i'han d. The dub then hi
mine n liu.siui'.ss Institution, nnd It hn
Ken I iin ewr since for levenue oiil,
Tlmt ! I'u' U'Umhi that the Inteiest thou
Iiiih reiuhril Its puwut low ebb, nnd it m
IIKely to le.n i!n thut wny until we gVt
ImiK to old c mill mm, whole lucnl pilde
will he niie.ilid t dnoitl). Then- Is a
i bunco thut mi c. t'rt j new lot of imn
will be ill l'i I , nil i r l ! HlTilIrs of tile
I ii in t si 'Hon. That I'livd
' i 'I out Is p i :tle i i I
,t i. i n I.
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.i " f. In i 'in' to iur
- j . t us cen i'u. It U
t ' . lie to I p, Id
, I .Ip'I'IMll It) l.lloU,
till .i. : lib nit n le of the
f :'uI'ju: will i'M'U'u-
u.-.t i: ;
I rtVrnvUJLi. to
any secure control of the club. Spalding
is supposed to be a Chicago man, but
most of his financial interests arc now
centered In the enst, and he has become n
New Yorker to nil Intents nnd purposes.
The release of "Mike" Tlernnn by thnt
club recalls to mind that "Mike" is about
the last spark of romance left In the or
ganization. He was the last of the fa
mous old pennaut winners of 1SS9, and
there Is n lot of good work left in him
yet. Ticruan, like Husle, Seymour, Mce
kin nnd others who might be mentioned,
did not really have his lienrt In his work,
and he will do better Homewheic else. In
condition he is one of the greatest snap
hitters that ever lived. Tlernnn would
seldom swing at n pitched ball, and he
and Ward did as much to Improve the
science of batting as any two men who
ever played tno game. Never robust
physically, still Tlernnn was one of the
hardest hitters In the country. In n team
properly managed there are years of use
fulness yet before the man called "Silent
Mike." Buck Uwing, the cnptaln of the
old champions, is still in harness, hut
not as a player, Tlernnn was signed by
New York as a pitcher, but in his early
work It was shown that pitching inter
fered with his hitting, and he was placed
In the outfield. lie was one of the most
graceful runners in the profession, re
minding one of Sundny, tho evangelist.
who was a star on the Chicago team
mnny jears ngo.
One ot the club owners In discussing
the baseball situation the other day niuile
a ruther significant lemnrk. He said:
"Pay no attention to that war talk 'In the
west, for there is nothing In it. An effort
will be mnde this fall to reduce the
lengue circuit to eight clubs, nnd this will
mean nt the same time reorganization of
the old American association. Still, It Is
not certain whether the circuit can be re
duced or not before thnt agreement ex- I
plres. Thcie Is one consolation, ryiywoy.
If nothing can be done until the fall ot
1001, then something will hnppen to some
people. Then the club owners will nt
least be able to select their business part
ners, and we will start all over again.
Nothing was said about New York and
riiilndelphia, but a heup wus Implied."
"Mike" Citltllu ought to piote to be a
posllhe acquisition to the Chicago club,
(iilllin U n genuine ball player in all de
partments of the game, ami he Is n gen
tlernnn oft nnd on the held ns well. Chi
cago needed Just such a mini to piny in
the outfield and to captain the team,
(iilfiln has certain brewery Intel ests, nnd
his lay off this season has not frightened
him a paitltlc. (Irlllin makeH fewer flour
ishes In catching a hall than any other
player since the time of "Tommy" lister
brook. Kstei brook set ids hands when
the lull left the bat, nnd it wus seldom
that lie ever chnngcil the position unless
It required n midden Jump or stoop.
Those who hare watched the game
closely this season In both the major and
minor leagues cannot help but feel that
In many cases the batting record of play-1
crs Is not worth the paper It takes to
ivi tit Ilk ..
write them on. Tho honor of having the , reservations cover 3,b00.000 acres, nnd
champion batsmnn of the year Is some-1 thcro "r,c nV0Ut, 1 .000.000 acres of mer
ttmes too much for the fairness ot somo ftau'e P'o 'ni'd which aro control,
official scorers, nnd in consequence cer- lcd YJ Iuml,er ln''rst', Included In the
tnlu plnyqrs are ncur known to make l,ec"01' " Itasca State park of Mill
nuythlng except base hits when thev in ncsotn, which surrounds the hendwaters
to tho bat. In the smaller leacum tlm '
temptation to bolster up the batting of
certain plnycis In order to get n good
mniket for the man Is too well known to
require, further comment. Iteraedles have
been suggested, but none of them hns
been feasible, and consequently false
recouls will contluuo to mnteiialize so
long as locnl pride exists nnd good cash
Is to be had tor promising young hall
The fart that Tronic Secle, the hus
tling manager ot the Boston club, has
been in tho west foraging for ball players
need not menu Hint he is dissatisfied
with inly of the present champions It
iillnply mentis that Seclc Is looking ahend,
ns the careful manager should at this
(hue of tho j ear.
'Hip iicconipiiiiyliig cut sliows n chnrac
teilstlc jioie of a pitcher who has played
nn impoitaiit unit iu the League vcmiaur
The extraordinary reduction in the price of shoes still keeps
up. We have been hard at it for tjie past week, selling shoes
that for quality and style cannot be surpassed. It is an op
portunity the people will never get again in, tfie line ofipotwear
race to ditf n ,T. "
was nois mixed I'll m" !' ,
stur pllilieis Wtie iiuullonid i i . 'l'i
owners to be Malil, !e.iuedj. loth ,
nnd Medium"1. Tlin the nun
Hughes nuil Ilium v.eie imi'iiiIoiii'1 i
meiel) :iuxllliiil" who win M ibi ! I ! I
The M'liMili Iiiih i im.ii UimI l-t
lluj-liex an I Ilium the IlruMtu h'itdi
world lure been In n had w i l-nl
All of ill.- sitpti'iird Mar tw litem h.iu
fnlleii bit U diwnt' y. while Iliir n i
Pm M l.r.vi- d( lie nil of the eflVit',
pltdilng. Coil ell il'd nut rone uu b
Hushes Is f o"i I'-e sinie p'tt of 111
coiiutt.i, nrd he In liK-n holdliu U tlir
honoiH foi t i Hi i inn l-i i"-nn I shnpe.
! lomiiitri Jiiono.
Wlnil Is ( 1.'. In. vil to be the woild's liii
get I . W't I'-C'iitl.v ndded In till
roolu ' i i i "11 ll'iii of the (1iil"iiM And
eni of ! ilium. The itliliual Is the gift
of Mi. (itoiire I.nliln nnd h piobably (he
TUB WOIILU'S LAUOEST MOOSE.
largest animal of the kind in the world,
the previous recoul being held by the
London museum, which hns a specimen
whose horns spread only C3l inches.
Altogether it Is u magnificent example
of these rojnl denizens of the northern
forests, whose existence is being main
tained by wise laws which, If enacted at
an earlier date, would liae preserved
many of the chuiacterUtle American wild
animals from practical extermination.
Strokes In Snlmmlic.
The first record that man bas of any
particular stroke used for speed In the
water Is found among the mosaics at
Pompeii. Only a slight mention Is made
of swimming, but a description ot the
side stiokc is given, which shows that It
corresponds to one used nt the present
day. Little Is heaid of swimming from
that time until It was brought before the
public in Uugland by Tradgeon, who
showed wonderful speed and gave the
Bide stroke Its permanent place as the
fastest of all strokes. For long distance
swimming the brenst stroke Is still used,
as experts In thnt line claim It Is the best
saver ot strength, hut Dr. Numuii uses
the side stroke for alt purposes atrd.
claims that the speed gained makes up
for the strength lost.
Mllinemitn Gnme Pnrk.
The proposition to make a mammoth
game park in Minnesota will reccivo se
rious consideration by cougiess. Tho
territory proposed to be Included Is n
tract practically about 150 by 125 miles,
embracing nbout 7,000,000 acres, and of
luo ,Wl"lc nmo",Jin"'A' Vn
eminent owns .1,000.000 a
Ited States gov-
acres, the Indian
of fll Mississippi river nnd which con
tnins unuer state control 10,870 acres
nnd 8,823 acres under private control. In
the tiact, it Is said, there are 4,000 lakes.
Clone Figuring; on WHralilpa hen Sliced.
Tho navy department ollicinls nt
Washington nuulo closu onlculations
upon tho time tlio warbhljiH would arrive,
lit Now York for tho uavnl nafreaut of
Aug. 20. In nnuouiicini; tho hour at
which tho parado would tnko plnco up
North river thoy calculated tho tlmo it
would tnko tho fleet to como from San
tiago and tho prcoiHeiichs with which
tho progrnnnuo wus carried out ns to
tlmo shows how nccurntely thoy can
measure tho timo roqulrod for warships
to covor n certain distance Now Yorlt
A. E. MURPHY &
Virtues of Wnnn Water Tor Waililng; the
Face anil llauilii.
Hough towels nro usually recommended
for lutli use, mid ns tho skin of tho body
is continually protected by tlm clothing
and rccchcs llttlu. friction save during tho
bath n rough towel Is dcslrnblo for pro
moting tho circulation nnd stimulating
tho surfneo With tho fnco nud hands,
however, It ts a dlUcrcnt matter They
nro oxjioscd to constant variations of tom
pcrnturo, to wliidi'biinnud.othur harsh In
fluences, nnd chafing them with n rough
cloth nbrndes nnd conrsens tho skin in
stead of Improving It, Soft nnd somewhat
worn towels nro tlicrcforo better for fnco
and hand uso, nnd violent rubbing is to bo
Tho fnco nnd hands should not bo wash
ed In very cold vnter, ns It injures the
quality of tho sklii Wushlpg tlio fnco In
cool water when tho skin has been sun
burned is also to bo avoided, for, although
when tho fnco Is really sunburned cool
water seems to bo tho only application
which can rollovonnd refresh It, tho result
of such application will bo that tho fnco
will $vol and thv skin jiecl oft In tlio
painful and .unsightly wny which every
body has experienced, llils can often bo
cscaiKxl by uslilug in hot water, using n
very soft cloth and simply pressing It
against tho skin nnd afterward applying
a Jlttlo olyo oil
T)io cult shows a costumo of sky blue
glnco 'taffeta. Tho lower jiart of tho skirt
Is covered with ruffles, edged with ruchos
of black gauze, tho tunto having n similar
border us well uu applications of cream
guipure. Tho bolero is also embroidered
with gulpuro and, with tho elcoos and
fcleovo caps, is trimmed with black ruches
Thero am rovers of blaok vohet, nnd tho
belt nnd collar ar ulsoof black velvet, tliu
cheiulsctto being of plaited white mousse
lino do solo .Iupic ClloLLET
Taklne No Chances.
Ohimmy tho Rat What? Mo mind
cr baby n minutonn yousucoiuoritsliin
tnn yoll, "Dero'a his fudur, wot do-
.od nsfanino git pluohod? Nit, not
New York Journal.
It Might Mick K Little.
Tho nation will endeavor to carry out
its declaration with regard to Cuba, but
thcro will bo much diillcnlty In Iiuhio
Ing tho flag to come down. GuUcetcn
ttow to Alaka n (Jtlalnt tloblet, lioi ot
Curious Kantrrfi Charm.
Any one with u knack at curving will
find a cocoaiiut n fnsuitiatlug thing tn
work upon. Cocoannts should nlwnys
bo carved whole, whether for n goblet
box or clutrm to haiifr up in tho same
way us ostrich eggs nro hung up in the
enst. To secure n cocoaiiut firmly It
should bo hold in n viso by its oxtremt
ends. Fastened In this wny thcro is uu
four of it breaking, no mattor how tight
tho vlso is screwed. Tho contents bolus
within, it makes it firm and solid to
much so that you can uso u mallet to
tho carving tool. As tho cocoaiiut is a
curious shnpo to securo firmly to the
bcuoh Tlio Art Amateur, tho sourco ot
tho instructions and illustrations here
given, suggests a simple, wooden vise,
with round holes In its jaws to receive
tho extreme cuds of tho coooauut. The
viso Is clamped or scrowed to tlio bunch
Tho cocoauut being surowod firmly in
tho vise, it is ready to bo rasped with
an eight or ten inch rasp till all tlio soft
parts of tho shell nro filed nwny. It will
bo found quite easy to turn tho cocoaiiut
about by loosening tho vlso. After tho
rasping tho cocoauut should bo smoothed
with a smooth tlio and lastly scraped
with n picco of window glass.
For prncticu two simple designs nro
given, ono for a box,' which takes tho
form of tho trigger fish. Tlio fins aro
carved iu blnck wnlnut. Thoso aro
shaped to fit tho slioll as snugly ns pos
sible nnd aro fastened by wood screws
CAIIVKD COCOASDT SHELLS.
from tho Insldo, using gluo and somo of
tho cocoauut's filings .to mako a good
joint. Thoro nro four fins at tho bottom
of tho box, which answer its feot. The
design should bo drawn on wltli Chincso
whito,' that it may bo woll been.
With an eighth of uu inch gouge take
out all the black lines by a cut which
is'torracd rooking thnt is to say, tho
tool is turned from sido to sido in a
zigzag manner, nt tlio snmo tlmo ad
vancing. When all tho linos nro lower
ed, tlio edges nwny from tlio tail and
body fln can bo filed down. Tho white
rings around tho oyes should bo painted
white, and also tho whito lines iu tho
fins nud tail. Thogougo lines should be
blackened with india ink. Tho body of
tho fish can bo left tho color of tho shell
Tho lid can now bo fcuwed olf wltilo held
in the viso. Hinges for tho lid can bo
fastened with Miiall screws with n nut
to tfiem, tho nut being on tho insldo of
Tlio,.goblot design is carved ill tho
uamo lilnnuer ns nbovo dencrlbod. Tho
stem is inndo ot a cotton fpodl. counter
sunk at each cad to rocolvo tlio sharp
ends of tlio cocoauut. Tho ptcoo that is
cut to, form tho goblot makes tho foot
Tho whole is eciowod togothor with a
countersunk stove bolt.
Water Colors in sets for
children and adults ; also Col
umbian Photo Colors, which
anybody can use successfully.
Oil colors and artists' materials
of all sorts.
110 Hotel street.
Wright's Villo, Waikiki. Bath
,inp nujl eurf boating. High tide
'next Sunday at 8 p. ni, Dinnor at
6 o'clock, fifty couta.
Wlso men uso tho cxpcrlenco of others
and mako It their own.
Thoso who havo taken Hood's Barsnpa
rllla aro tho ones who aro competent to
speak ot Its merits.
Tho testimonials of cures by TJood's
constltuto a vast mass of testimony which
proves tlio power o'f tb'ls modlcino to euro
a great variety ot diseases.
Theso cures often seem marvelous, yet
they aro perfectly natural and aro easily
explained. They aro tho necessary result
of purifying and enriching tho blood,
"I havo been troubled with scrofula all
my llfo, and it effected my oycs.so that I
wob obliged to remain In a dark room. I
began taking TJood's Sarsaparilla. Now
my eyes aro so strong that tho light never
troubles mo, and my health Is good."
JIas. Carrib Weeks, Lompoc, Cal.
Is tho Ono Truo Blood Purifier. Price f 1.
11UUU S 1"IIIS easy to operate. 25c.
Hotels and Restaurants.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c.-iga r
To bo had for tho monoy.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUK DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
DuririK June, July
and August, the above rate for
Board and Lodging per month will
prevail at the
Ocean View Saloon,
:: End of Car Line
W. 0TTMAN, Proprietor.
Dntught and Itottlod ISoor.
Winoi of all brands of tlio host qunlity.
The only licensed establishment In
the district. 1230
Persons wishing to obtain board at
Makawnn, Maul, can be vecommodated
at MRS. II. II. IiAILRY'S
Terms, $10 per week.
Election o? Officers.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting
of the stockholders of the First American
Bank of Hawaii, Limited, the following:
officers were elected:
Cecil Brown, President.
B. F.Dillingham, Vice-President.
W. G. Cooper, Cashier.
0. M. Boyd, Secretary.
Geo. F. McLeod, Auditor.
And the following gentlemen constltuto
the Board of Directors: B. F. Dilling
ham, Cecil Brown, M. P. Robinson,
Bruce Cartwrlght and G, W. Macfarlane.
Dated, Honolulu, Sept. 2, i8oo.
E. M. BOYD,
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