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EVENINU BULLETIN. nONOLULU. T It.. SATURDAY, FEB. 1, 1908
EDITED BY CHARLIE ALBRIGHT
BJfJ. BOK) j.
ran of the Qua
ker City Motor
Club of Phila
won by the
- White Steamer
in fact, was
won twice. In
contest of Jan.
1st and 2d, the
White wag iie
only car which
made a clean
score on the
road and also
was declared by
Committee to be
in Dcifcct con
dition at the
finish. For some
icason the Con
tee refused to
accept the find
i n k s of the
mittee as re
gards two oth
er cars and or
dered a "run
the White and
test, held Jan.
4th. cerved on
ly to emphasize
of the White.
The second ex-
animation o f
the cars made
, by the Tcchni
f leal Committee
' roduced data
oS such con
that the White
was declined to
be the winner
of the -contest
and of the
phy. With our en
try of but one
car we decis
27 gasoline can
of the leading
has another im
been added to
the long list
o f triumphs
achieved by the
" d t s t i nctively
& a km min h,9 ;
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lit ffi THE
Splendid Concert And
Ball At K. of P.
Tie ! of p. ii-ii: I., u evening was
a llvi'l. i lace from 7:30 p. m until
uil.lnlitli., .l- i ilu C'MjiVo Aloh.i
Club gave tliclr flu-i b--:ictlt concert
nnd dance, wlilc'.i ,.i . u Ii. :. bis
sueccis, for nearly live hundred poc.
pie ntteii'lod the Konohl celebration.
It wan a swell one, too, and It will be
come time before the members nnd
thoso who bail the opportunity to in
tend It will forgot tlio good tlmo.
At S p. in., the first number In tlio
program, u selection by the Catholic
.Mission Orrhumrn, was rendered nnd
It was such fine music Hint the musi
cians or I lie Catholic brothers was
called upon lo piny again. Miss Deck
er Bang u Vulo Unit wns no pli-usliiK
to the nudlelice that the was forcul
to respond to Ihree uncure. Tho Kill
llninl Gli-i Club under the leadership
of Ilcnr Knlllni.il Jr., nliio innde a
l.lg bit. It was u swell cuartet nnd
the soug.i rendered won repeated
over anil o-.er ngnm K.il'linn!. Jr.
yy - agJl ii ' - jt-r
LV " fa "rr' I.1
1908 Fiat Tread Diamond Tires ? We
have just received a shipment and if
your Auto is in need of a tire you can
not do better than use a Diamond.
Just keep in mind also that we have
a fine assortment of Auto sundries of
aii sorts. As to Automobiles, well, we
have four of those famous Frankijn Air
Cooled Cars on the way and due in a
few days. Will tell you about them
when they arrive.
E. O. Hall & Son,
vwii' i-1 w !. htm mth t wgrt ;
At Cut Prices
VALENCIENNES LACES at 5c a YARD
Wc have a big csjcrliacnt cf these beautiful Laces
that came on the last tun of the Alameda, ar.d wc are of
fering them for sale at prices lower than any that have
ever been pat on them in Honolulu.
EE CHAN & CO.,
5 EHEN IN AH AUTO EID2 FOR
$5.00 an Hour
Just call 2"0 on the 'phono anil ask for QUINN.
i fufaMnAvJUiiWJWJVWi itnrjiMfXvtnsjviMV-'tAiuv:?-.'- tfxaiixiuuuun
For Einebone, Side Bona Spavin,
For Rheumatism, Shoulder, Hock,
Hip, and Tendon lameness.
Black Douglas Oi!
Tor all forms of lameness, Can
be used while animal is at work.
HOOF OINTMENT, to keep the foot
'vt'nvM -unHmviJc 1510011 Tnwin
", ii.,lnl ha i a dub that understands
nii-lr Tin- IiIki st lilt of the even
ii g mis p. o)i ,l th Injiln.ct of comli.il
tings b the tuo Knltiluhl t'.vlim. Joint
Noble Ji-'k wlilHtthiK nolo needs no
, p.-also ns Ills til 1 1 It In tills lino Is
known mid unsurpassed.
In a few appiuprlate reninrks, W.
Tin Cliong, the Ricnl.ry of the club,
introduced A. I. l At-tlnaon to Hie
nudlenco as the speaker of tlio even-
Inn. Atkinson's speech was n Krc.it
l one mid was full of good adilca to tho
j niombers, ?nd they me n w preparing
to pot a transcript of It.
j Ariel- ;lm closing of the program, tho
j drneo took place nnd was bo well nt
' te'idod that the flooi wns harillyjnico
i cnoiiRh to hold Hie crowd. A. K. VI
I orrn, the presldeni of ihe Kalanlaua
' ob League, filled tl- position of floor
i nun u;cr in the sallbfnctloti of nit and
i pioved hlniLolf Aery p.iptilnr nmoig
1 the konohl crowd. The dunco tun
' tinned until midnight.
To the following committee Is latgc-
v due tlio credit for the success of
the celebration- Ho Tout;, chairman;
A. Akan-i, W. Tin Chong, Win. I.oo
i Kwnl nnd I.. Mon T.il.
I n :: '.:
I Tho nnnunl meeting of the Honn
lulil Coif ('Int. will be held In tho
!olllsli T lilstlu Club room, Olegnn
block, on Tuesday, lib Inst., nt S
p. in., iiccoidlng to I) V. AnileiKon,
' the Eecretiiiy of the club.
S II S
Foothill followers will see u good
game this afternoon nt Muklkl when
the Mullen and the I'linalioiis clash.
7HI"H r 'JVt T
sdtfW"' eppn thp
cor. Bcihei & King
HV' Uf'-itfljJJt'JTW,'fUVW',oH- J
all druggists and
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ATTELL W1NHIS FIGHT
SAN I-'KANCISC'O, Cal., Jan. 31. Ahe Atlell won tho prlzeflglit with
Slornn, tlio Unglish ehainiilon, in the thirteenth round.
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St Say' haw ymi fpuii thai .iclit
tJ jot? Have YOU neon tho yncht
rt tlmt Is ko'iik tn v.'ln tlio tinns
tt I'.lclfle raw? IIuo YOU seen
t; lliu yacht that cvoiyono In I f :t
t wall hau nn Inicrcut In? Hum.'
t: jou eciii tho yncht that la ko
12 I11K to do mure hooytlng for tho
t beat countr) on earth than n
K million clicul.ur.? Iltiu YOU
11 bfi'ii the jnclit tiiwaiiln which ev
il urvliody hcl? Jlnvo YOU ocn
11 the yacht tnw.irilK which imlxuly
It liliocltn? Have YOU Been the
IS yacht which nohmly lainckn?
SS Hac YOU been the yacht to
st wartlo which Ocoise Wilcox of
IS Kntnil donatcil $1000 In a lump?
SI Have YOU ii-cn tin .lcht ti
11 wnrilH which all the iiromlncnt
It business ini-ii, all the Htcnmshlp
St compnnlea, nil the tailk'H, anil
It cM-ijiMiu ulth the IioikHiik Hplrlt
IS In IIoikiIiiIii mill llnwnll aio nild
11 I111: their htipfiil kIIIh?
11 iiavi: you sni:N Tin:
It YACHT "HAWAII-?
11 If oti haven't kd down to the
IS ulilp ynul. If )ou hae go down
11 ni;aln, ami hnost. boost, boost. IS
ri it it ss st v. is ss ss ;s t: ss ss it ss ss s; is
On .Monday afternoon nt 1:30
o'clock n Brent Kiimo of baseball be
tween tho Alliance and C. A. 0.
tenuis will be fought out nt Aula
I'arli. All the pln)ur of both teams
nro members of tho C. A. C.-but In
order to mnko the gnnio Interesting,
It has been agreed that those who
arc members of the Alliance and the
Club will play for the former nnd
those who art not connected with
the student body play for the latter.
Tho athletes will nppoar on tho
diamond with their regular uniforms
i.nd it Is rumored that the scholars
will attire themselves In liolokus and
Mmnnos. Ono thing Is sine, and
that Is all tho Chinese damsels will
bo out In foue to cheer fur the stu
dents, as they nro undoubtedly uh
flno 11 bunch of nice-looking )oung
men ns ever belonged to a Chinese
Ilcsldo these attractions there. Is
something clso that should not m
omitted. Aloy Soong, better known
to his friends and others as "Oil!" or
"Sanicthlng" will bo teen clad from
l.eml 10 foot In a Chinese costume. Ills
lmiT Mlken robe with tho Bnmo mini
Lcr of colors ns tho coat of Joseph,
took tlio tailor tlnfo weeks to make
Ills pali of footwear eamo rrom Shang
hai, and tho cap with a red top and
decorated with yellow peacock feath
ers was sent all tlio way from To'tlng,
Last, but not least, his real genuine
qncuo Is worthy .1 remark. Ho lias
not had a haircut for tho last four
months, and It In now long enough to
As (.nun ns ho stops foot on the
paik. ho will receive a saluto of 50,000
nrccrnckoru. It will certainly bo a
great day for tho Chlneso when they
celebrate (heir national holiday.
Want Game With
The Ilulletln newsboys aro going
to play n gamo of baseball tomorrow
with tho Union-Pacific Transfer Com
pany. They met this toam onco beforo
nnd defeated them, nnd nro nil primed
to 1 111 11 the trick- again. Tho newsies
now nro champions in their class, mid
they nro looking for bigger gamo In
tho fonn of tho Sweet Violets team.
Tho "Uxlra" lads have won blxtcou
gnmci sti night out of eighteen played.
Tlio lliio-iip will bo as follows:
Ilullellns Si. Ogun, c.; J. Cabral,
p.; A. Mendnnccs, lb.; Johnny Jnniui-,
"h,; Jno Mnndnuccs, :ih.; M, Autono,
ss.;; St. Souza, cf.; W. Martin, if.;
I-'. Slp-lelros, If.; subs: J. Junes, Man
Unlon-l'ncinc TransforB Arrudn,
B3.; William, p.: I- Sebaitlan, lb.;
Caeturn, If,; O. Sllvn, cf.; T. Iiiirns,
3b.; IM Johnson, rf.; Mlko, c; ''Ala
meda, 2b. Subs: 1'. Souza, SI, Souza,
Worso than tho Kouith of July,
that nolcu down town last night, eh?
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1111-lji.h.iui - -lam. iiumaiiji jj !
Of One League
IIY PUKSIDKNT A. K. VIKIIHA
Tho Knlanianaolo Ilasoball League
was organized July B, 1907, on which
day It duly nnd legally adopted Its
constitution nnd by-laws. At the
tlmo of Its organization six teams
constituted tho league; today, not
withstanding tho trials and tribula
tions It has undergone, tho snmo felx
tennis nrc still represented In tlio
lenguc meetings, showing the fortl
ttulo nnd staying qualities of the re-t-pcctlvo
Tho following nro tho teams nnd
by whom represented:
Chlneso A. C Captain, Chi H11I;
manager, K. Ayau.
Knala A. C. Jr. Captain, J. O. VI
crra; manager, M. (jomes,
Twilight A. C Captain, M. Se
bastian; manager, M. T. Marslinll Jr.
Japanese A. C. Jr. Captain, Hoy
lloshlna; manager, K. Sadayasu, .
Kaiunnuwnl Captain, J. K. Not
!ey; manager, C. K. Waklta.
Chinese Aloha Ho Tong, cnptaln
1'nllowlng nro the ofncors of the
league: S. K. Vlcrni, piesldent; V.
T. ltnpobo. vice president; Aug.
(luenero, secictary, M. T. Marshall
Jr., treasurer. League managers
Robert and lleiijaintn Attain. League
uiuplio Hdwlu I'ernniulez,
As good ball gamei ns linvu ever
been u-en on tho Islnudii have been
plnjed h this league to na many ns
four thousand people at a time, nnd
Its object Is to promoto true sport
nnd goud fellowship among Its mem
bers. The championship of tho lenguo
will toon be decided nnd the winners
will become tho possessors of the
Chllllugworth Cup, with a Hen on
the Knlanianaolo Cup. This lies be
tween tho Knalas and tho Chlneso
A. C, tho former being champions of
the tlrst series nnd the latter of the
A scries of games, winner of two
out of three, will bo ratlllcd as cham
pion, at .1 meeting to bo held Mon
c'liy evening to talk over tlio remain
der of tho senson.
Tho lenguo will, somo tlmo next
month, glvo n fancy dress hall, 011
which occasion tho tiophy will ho
is ss a
AT AA1A PARK
As a part of tho colnbratlon of the
Chlneso New Year there will bo two
baseball gallics ut Aala Park tomor
iow afternoon under the auspices of
the Kiveisldc Junior Lenguo. ller
uard Kelokollu, the president of tho
league, stated that thoso will bo
treat games and everybody should
be theio to witness them.
In tho first game, Jack I'loies'
Sweet Vlolots will go up against C.
Y. Shirk's toam, tlio Oilontal A. C.
It Is rather hard at present to say
who will win, but the chances nro
tlmt Stark will give the Vlolots a
good Konohl present by sending'
them to tho wall. It will bo play
ing ball from start to end In this
gamo to determine tho winner.
Tho Asnhl A. C, tho only Japan
050 baseball team In Honolulu, tin
tier the management of Chas. K.
Abe, will face tho ChlneBo Alohas
Jr. In tho second contest. This gamo
need not ho mentioned ns likely to
bo a close contest, as It will mean
two games to the wlnnois. In tho
first meet, tho Alohas gave the Sons
ot Nippon nlno goose eggs, but, be
ing dissatisfied with this, they up-
pealed to tho loaguo for n ro-pliiy
lug of tho game for some reason,
and by tho Alohas' consent they nro
given another opportunity to oven
up. Tho batteries for this gamo bio
ABahls: Tetsugi and. Yutuka. Chi
nose Alohas Jr.: Alona nnd ()uon
tt It n
Tho Knms nnd Puns will meet in
1. Bockcr contest on tho Kninehnmeha
School grounds npxt Mimdny. A!
though tho Knms IncK nn athletic
instructor nnd Bockcr Is sornowhnt
now to them, tho "Rnh, Hah, Ka
mehamehn" la expected to ho tho vie
It St SI
Tho special medal play nt tho golf
club tomorrow will surely draw 11
Inrgo crowd. If tho woalhor man Is
good nnd turns Old Sol's, bonms down
011 llio soggy ginuiid.
Mystery Shrouds Big
Doings on Wash-
An awful nlr of mystery pervndes
In and about tho studio ot Jlmnilo
Wilder theso days. Tlio place fair
ly' reeks with It. Jlm' "Jlgnntle
Aggregation ,of Jovial Joy-makers"
aro getting ready for the big doings
nt tho "Hotel do la Plage" on tho
night of Kcb. 2Id.
StuntB! Say! there'll be stunts
out there that will make anything
clso that has ever been pulled olT
here In tho amusement lino look like
Or. Wnllach after they get through
with htm ut Aal.i Park tonight.
"Well, what is It going to bo?"
paid our sporting and dramatic ed
itor, trying to read the Sphinx-like
features or Joyful Jim.
"Nothing doing. Slum's the word.
' can't toll you a thing till nftcr tho
Invitations nro out. When the time
comes you'll know, eo will every
ono else, for we'll tell Charlie Hall
and Clarence Waterman. Nuff Bed,
"Well, who's going to bo In It?"
"Can't tell you that, cither; hut
you can guess. Hvcr ticiird of (Jco.
O'Nell, Jack lleigstrom, Tho Only
Muchly, Harry Cobb, Klla Wheeler
Wilcox, Howard Adams, Ilandsomo
Charlie Hall, Stannlo Phillip, Ceo.
Fuller, Hnrold (lirfnid, Hilly Wil
liamson, Willis lloth, Dick Wright,
Cookie and Conness? Aro you good
at guessing? Well, go to It. Hut
leincmher It's going to be tho best
PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS AND
SPORTING DOPE AS SEEN
BY THE SPORTS MAN
A great deal lias been said In the
past In regard to tho cosmopolitan
athletics condition now In existence
and In working order In Hawaii and
especially Honolulu, but tho half has
not been snld, nor can it bo said or
told In a short newspaper Btory. Thoso
of you who havo been In this country
for many yoars havo probably grown
Indifferent perhaps you havo not, and
It Is to your eu-dlt Indeed If you linvo
not for Ilium Is no doubt whntever
but that there nro few places In tlio
world whcio there Is such n cosmopol
itan atmosphere connected with va
rious linos of sport ns there Is hero.
It was only tho other day that It
was announced In thu II ti 1 1 o tl u ex
clusively that a now loaguo would'
probably bo formed for tho coining
fccason, in which tlicro would bo
teams representing four different na
tions. That Is certainly unusual but
neither tho players nor thoso Interest
ed In tho forming of thu now club had
any Idea of an International mixture
when tho proposition was decided. It
was niero coincidence. In Honolulu,
.but where elso would you find Biich a
conglomeration of nationalities. And
playing tlio American national game,
or rather tho national sport of tho
United States, at that, In a mnnner
that Is by no means poor. Turn a
bunch of Chlneso lads, or Portuguese,
or Hnwalluns, or Japs, or any number
of others, loose In tho proverbial
"back lot" In tlio States and what
would happen? It would bo bad pol
Icy to try to ray which team would
coma victorious, for thu "kid" in tho
States is a ball-tossor as soon as ho,
can walk, but you can Just put a bet
down for mo that tho foreigners, It
thov mini) from Hawaii, wntilil hn
right up and doing all the tlmo. They
havo learned thu great gamo, and they
know how to play It. It Is tho samo
way In other branches of Bport, all
natlonalltlcsaro represented, nnd tho
partIclpantsaro every hit ns enthus
iastic and keenly appreciative of a
good play as tho players over on tho
is :s si
Thero wns not a slow minute nt tho
grand celebration of tho Chlneso Ala
lia Club in tho K. of P. hall last night
Thero suro wcro sonio duo "cHdlngs."
A gient many ot tho star ball plnyeis
of this neck of the woods wcro on
hand to "trip tho light fantastic."
a SS n
Tlio Kain track teams havo not et
started In to practice Tho boys be
wail the absence of an athletic In
structor. Thero Is abundant mate
llal amongst tho Kam boys to pio
duco participants who would make
good If It weio not for the big handi
cap on them of lack of proper coach
ing In practice
: : :
At a lato meet between tho basket
ball teams ft 0111 Puiiuliou nnd Kn-
mehnmeha, the Knm girls "put It nil
over" their contesting sisters In two
well-played games. The Seniors won
out 24-11 (Oh, my I) nnd tho Juniors
turned tlio trick 19 to 12 (Heart
tt u SS
The track meet this afternoon Is tho
big thing of the 'day in Honolulu
fTomorrow morning nt 10 o'clock
tho entiles for tho foursome match
at tho golf club close. It tho weather
Is at all decent this, match will bo
plnyed off. In the afternoon, begin
ning at 1:30, the special medal play
will commence. An entrance feo of
fifty cents Is charged tho contestants.
This is dono so that tho railroad
farcs,of the winners may bo paid to
Halclwn when the monthly tourna
ment Is held there soon.
J TAKE A LITTLE TRIP t
Questland is the chief,
Province in B U L L E T I
Its population is tran
sient. The people are looking
for things they want or
need. When they find them
they hurry backiiomc per
haps to make another-tn'j
the next day.
There's but one best route
to QUESTLAND the BUL
IETIN want-ad. route. The
cost is trifling. You can
usually make a trip, trans
act your business and get
back home in a day.
Sometimes your errand
takes a little longer. But
there are few people who
ever make unprofitable ex
cursions to QUESTLAND. It
is the country of opportun
ity of chances, of luck.
One meets people who are
both offering and seeking
things alert people, illus
trating and practicing the
law of GIVE and TAKE.
BULLETIN WANT AD.
SERVES AS A
It will build you up
j CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
IFOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts,
jAtMAlU, Jjl&'W t
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