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'' ' ' ' 'J' EVENING UOLLETIN, HOMnX.VLO, T. II., WEDNESDAY, AUG. 5, 1908. ,,
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THE NAME IS A GUARANTEE.
Theo. II, Davics & Co., Ltd.,
Schilling Says He Odes Qf0 TfiQm
To Fiutat Emmick llHiu luulll
George Schilling, the boy who
came down from the Coast recently,
mil was expected to appear In tho
ring here, depnrtcd this morning for
the port whence ho sailed, by tho
"I got a cnblo to go up to the
Const nnd meet Al Kmmlck," he
said, as he leaned on the good ship's
rail, nnd waved adieu to friends 'on
the wharf. "We arc to fight at Sa
linas. Tho bout Is promoted by local
people down there; private parties.
I, just received tho cable, so I am off.
"I will be back down here pretty
soon, all right. When this fight Is
over, I shall certainly come to Hono
Schilling has a number of out
standing challenges here, and could
get on In any of the boxing, shows to
bo held In this city, probably.
There was n concourse of the flstl
cally Inclined on the wharf. Jack
McFaddcn, Charllo Rcllly, Kid Heine.
nnd Jockey Willis were among those
who saw the steamer sail.
Heine Is particularly Interested In i
Schilling, as he has wanted to sec
ono of the locals, probably Cabral or
Sail For Camp
"Oood-bj e, boys. Bring back all tho
medals nnd cups," called tho crowd
as tho Alameda pulled out this morn
ing, bearing on board tho members o:
the rifle team which Is to represent
Barns Placks Another
MKLNOURNE, Aust., Aug. 4.
Hums, tho American who holds tho
heavyweight championship tltlo of
the world, defeated Lang, tho colored
Australian fighter, here today. Hums
made the Australian trip tq, meet
Lang and Dill Squires.
Young Heine, on with this boy. iCipt. M. M. Johnson, Capt. A. W.
tt tt tt ' N'eoly, Capt. Chns. M. Coster, First
. lent. O. J. Whitehead, First Lieut. ..
J A K. Kvnnt, Scrgt. E. 9. Barry,
i Sergt. 12. Hopkins, Scrgt. Joso Fcno
lnn "llir IIITTrrv r" ocrgi. mimner, torp. joo uouvcia
Krlll (iflMr MSI Irlf orl'. John Stone, Prlrato Win. Chi!
At the time Burns started on this
trip, the wise ones waggod their
heads and said, "Burns Is looking for
some more easy money," nnd the pub
lic was Inclined to think that he was
doing his best to earn the tltlo of the
"lemon champion." In fact, there Is
Jus't one big- negro against whom
Burns docs not seem particularly
anxious to appear. - ,
This Is good business acumen on
the part of the American, however.
the mllltnry of this Territory at Camp, Ho himself has announced that he
lrry, In the great national shoot. ,intemIs to cocct ai tho con pog.
Headed by Lieut. Col. John W. .,. ., i . ' , ,, ,'
Short, these eighteen men nro going ?lblc .am? Bn caBJr ",0 n,er ,u)
io Bhoot with tho best of tho service u oul of nl Kamc.
n tho States. They have been chosen 8 It
nly after long tr)outs, and It Is ex
ppctcd that they will do credit
hcmsolvcs nnd tho Territory.
The members of tho team arc:
.(cut. Col. John W. Short, Lieut. Col i
Arthur Coyne, Major W. II. Rlloj
" JEWELS IKE PITCHER
when mm sin
C. i. (.
Editor IJ v o n I n g Bulletin:; Jmis.'
When the rifle team Balled this
morning on the Alameda, It carried
with It a part of the chances of the
Diamond Head to win any baseball
while this aggregation Is cone. It
tnnlt nwnv Til 1 1 nhlltinfrwnrth wtrn
... .. i . n .. . n . ' "" ' J ..... w.....Hn v. .., .. ..
ete E. B. Blnnchard. Private J. K. V? becn mFe "n"0 successful
Hoof Ointment Sustaining a healthy condition of foot
and for the cure of Ranker,
Thrush, and Foul Feet.
Black Douglas Oil Sprains, Strains, Shoulder and Ten
" don Lameness. This oil does not
blister, and can be used while the
hone is in daily work.
leading Druggists Keep Them,
TELEPHONE 1189. POTTIE&SONS HONOLULU
iLLitW ClfisLIIBnWi .'.T.'.TllHLBitH
Sores of all kinds.
If the press permits, the captain ot(
tne C. A. C, Mr. Clio Ilul, wishes to -irTtr rtlT" rnr.
have the Kelos and C. A. C.'s' game !jAoilfc WILL fllllll HlK
expmineu, lur u nounu reason, name
ly: that at present there Is a misun
derstanding among the Japanese pub
lic at large, which led to Ill-feeling
between tho Chinese and Japanese.
The feeling was propagated and
till red up by tho Japanese press.
What led the press to take such nc
this season than almost anv other
plctcr who has been In the local bot,
but who has been somewhat unfortu
nate In not being able to pitch more
BUI holds the Jewels together well
unci they h!wh3 play the game'wncri
they are supporting him. -He Is
Ktcudyr and though, at no time doca
1m ImtiMH nfin fi wa n, ttrllllanf
Contrary to the schedule as pub- pitcher, he has the knack of winning
llslicd ..yesterday, 'the Santa Claras games. Witness, for Instance, the
OF mi: Bill (
lion was the scntenco which appear- 0I1d lh iefos will furnish tho Hint gient work which tho Jewels did at
td In tho Bulletin, "The Chinese game, Saturday at the Park, und tho I the beginning of this season.
lads can trim the Kelos," nnd sonic punahous and the Illverslders will I
lengo were, In tho opinion of the Jap
itneso, written by somo of the Chi
iieso Athletic members,
esc ure an cus
Hot Springs, Va., July 15. Arthut
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Honolulu Jam Factory
Owing to larger f actory facilities, can offer every fruit
and berry preserve at the lowest prices in the Islands.
FRFSH SEASON'S CHUTNEY, POHA AND GUAVA
JELLY NOW ON HAND.
fcontenccs In the Advertiser. The )ry conclusions for the Inst half of
comments about the C. A. C. chal- .1B nftoi noon's fun.
Tho first game Is of tho greatest
Importance, us It murks the first i Vnrvi nn.. nt ihn vniinnni .,.
members. Tho Japan- nlectlngiof tho visiting teams from palgn for tho Republican party In
lly offended people; It k. continents. I Ohio, arrived at Hot Borings today
Is one of their ninny charactcilstlct,. Ppr.thp second game tho Puns are un,i had a long talk with Jqdge Wll-
The Japanese take tho word chal- Bcttln (iiB ,nto Bhtpe to show Ham H. Taft on conditions In Ohio,
lengo In the sense of defiance, which f0mctl.ng to the fans and the Blver- SiWirtT.
It defined In their dictionary - of llIo 8upi)ortcr8. In fact. a numuer K0raD 0ldtlm0 maj0r-
course in Chinese characters also (lf chanBCS aro comlnB a around ,n ..jftl J;qulred rttnything t0 lo lt;.
to nght an enemy. It is quite In- t,3 team. Al. Castle, who has dls- ho said, "tho claims that tho Domo-
tercstlng and amusing to note, but tingulshcd himself In baseball at crats will carry Ohio this fall have
the writer does not wish to have It Harvard for several seasons past, and cemented all Republicans In Ohio In a
muuo Known io mo puunc lliai llie w, nslnnlnhsri tint I'nltoirliina Sat. uuiuriiiiuauuu " tJicci me iiuiiuuui,
. . ... ""'" asionisnea me conegiuns aai- . . . , ,., .... .i.w i. inn nnn
u..,.a..L ,.rea imuo comnient in ,lrday uy pHchlng n fine game despite
which It is said that the Kelos would lacU of ,)ractce, will again bo on the
not play against n tenm that Is com- lllound for the Puns, Hampton will
posed of tho peoplo of a weak nation i,nIll ,inwn th vKVt,,nnn H;iru. n,l
So jou sec thut even tho enlightened urrcn wi ,0 0-ut in the garden,
'press took tho llternl and hostile iart, the St. Mary's boy. who took
Ei-ui-a m me warn cnanenge. rroiu
Statu and LcglslatlVo ticket by 100,000
Speaking of tho Senatorial situation
iu his State, Vorya was satisfied that
the campaign for tho national ticket
would be kept entirely soparato from
uny Senatorial contest.
Tho coming to Hot Springs of Sen
llln rrnwtl hv ftlnrm rarnntlv. whpn
ousurvuiicc, ino writer rca
inlluenro of a paper.
weapon, and ct n far-reaching wea
..n. .n,. ...i. , ... , i 1 . ' -.-..
,.... .. wrilKr uucs nui wian iu , tho Ramc aRart this season. He
nave nis exact writing printed, but ,s oa tho gck ll8t and hag bccn ad,
desires the sporting editor to com- Uscd to cut tha bagcba, Bamo ,
ment briefly as possible, and the wrl- wne
ter also dcslros his name not to be Meanwhile all the fans aro anticl
mentioned, but the acts were learned mlng caKerIy the comnB phnc8e
.. . , ""'""''" " JupancBo gnme. It Is n contest with brought to the attention of Taft, who
iwuuts to cleat tho existing inlsuu- human-Interest features us woll as a , until today wn not informed ,of tho
realizes the . ,. u . l . . .. . . ator Jonathan Bourne, Jr., Is looked
a ymL.i,. P'tChed ' ' baSCbil" "Ba'"tt "nwi to with Interest. Bourno, the
"" rt01tS3 Kelo, and who la a southpaw of original "second "elective term" adve-
ublllty beyond a doubt, will not bo cato for tho nomination of President
nuouovcii, nas noi seen tan sinco mo
Chicago convention. Bourne will reach
hero the latter part of this week or
early next week.
Tho situation in West Virginia,
whero there are two contending Re
publican 8tato tickets, has been
I del standing among the Japanese.
ONE OP TUB PLAYERS Or'
hnortlne event of Imnortnnee. unit Iflieccnt factional flghtB In West Vlr-
It doesn't call out a big crowd of '"'" """' wi"""n ww nv
iiiu iiaiiiuj ui ino Buiiiu i-ruBiuviiiiui
1 olectorH and this will result In Riving
Una national ticket there a much larger
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Table Covers, Doylies,
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All in the above line. Alto an elegant line -'of. Em-.. -
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NO UNCERTAINTY AS
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They Have Arrived
W. 0. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Tho iiolo team to visit Maul hae
been Eclcctcd as follows: Dr. Will
iluldwln, 1; Harold Castle. 2; It. W.
SIiIiikIc, 3; and George DcnUon, 4.'
Tha Pidflc Mutual LIU In. Co.,
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A meeting of I ho IUvrrbldo Uascball tequent deposits. In case of Perm
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and the roadster.
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C. H. BEHN
Major John V. Ilojlmrn of I'lilladcl-
lla. Fa has liibtltuted procceclliig.i
against B. A. Vanvalkenburg, editor
jiul president of tho North American,
lind bIx members of tho staff of tho
uewspaperi charging them with crim.
Inal lllicl. 1
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The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives 'complete summary of
the, news ofths day. u
OYAL ANNEX CAFE
AL. THURL0W Proprietor; late Chief Steward of the
Steak's, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuauu & Merchant.
voto than It would otherwise receive,
Taft today made a rough draft of a
portion of his speech of acceptance,
having been able to begin the work of
dictating the document sooner than, ho
t xpectod a cuuplo of days ago, when In
tho midst of the study of plutforms
und former speeches of acccptauco.
Constantinople, July 18Tho 8ul
tan of Turkey has just given two
gland dinner parties,1 Tbo first was
jn honor of Prlnco Victor Napoleon
und tha second In honor of tho Khe
tilvo. It s a curious fact In conneoslon
with these' tto"dlnners that, while
tho guests' 'bit down at tho Sultan's
tahlo, hla majesty doos not sit dOvn
jpod In full AlaH'.of;stra)ngern, and) hu
Ihcrefpro'slts behind 'a curtalrCi at
tonio distance from them. However.
, hen 'the. oiftee', ls sqrvo.d,ithe. cuHaln
U dra,vi'usldc'um'the moatindlhls
guests take it togother. fit
r Tho dinner Itself Js presided tover
Iuy ino grand mastor ot cerpmonies,
wliobu duty it Is also to ncnd tho Bui
tan n detullod, account of tho convor
. tmtlon that Is being carried on by the
.quests. ThiiH It Is not Biirpilslng that
the smal Italic of the tablo should be
confined almost entirely to tho weath
er. It, however, a guest happens un
wittingly to broach a subject whMi
borders on dangerous ground, the cur
lain Is shaken violently, tho hint is
I ii ken, and niiothpr nnd morn mtgro
nblo Miliject Ir lutinduccd without do-lay.
The Drive of the
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