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WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF
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in different styles. We can fit a boy from 3 to 15 years old.
These suits are made of a very splendid shape and pure
wool, as they are very low prices.
Bed Spreads, Sheets, Pillow Cases, and a Fine Assort
ment of Ready-Made Mosquito Nets
Come to sec our window displays.
0YAL ANNEX CAFE
kAL. THURLOW Proprietor; late Chief Stcwaid of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs' Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nucanu & Merchant.
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They Have Arrived
Come and sec both the touring car
and the roadster.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 388.
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Garaue.
JAPANESE WAX CONFIDENT
Kelo suppotters arc now co indent that they cnn win all In
Bight from any team playing horc, with the. Qxceptlon of tho
Simtn Clam hunch. K. Tsuchlyn, chief secretary of the Japanese
CoiiMikite, who was formerly a student at Kelo Uulvotslty, salil
yestenlay, In speaking of this matter:
"The Honolulu baseball tea lis lo not play better baseball
than those of Japan, Tho Kelo boys have now learned nil of the
tricks of the local teams, and since the victory of last Sunday over
tho Diamond Heads, we feel that we would be nblo to take nil the
other tennis in this series Into camp, with 'the exception of the
"We ale not confident In lcgnrd to the latter team, ns wo
know thej play better baseball than the locals, and better lull
than the Kclos can put tip."
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Lipton To Challenge
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The First Series
Be Ended Next
Will the end of the first series of
the Honolulu H.iseball League be seen
next Saturday? It Is quite n ques
tion. If the Saints win from tho
Puna In their postponed game, which
Is on the boards for this week-end,
tho Hist t-eilvH Is pan, and tho Jew
els lire the wlnneis. On tho other
hand, If the l'uns win, they have still
to play on" the rubber with tho Dia
monds, and the outcome Is still In
On the day when n shower of rain
caused tho S.ilnt-1'uu game to bo
called, the groundwoik for delay nnil
nioitincatlon of the llesli was laid.
Again and ngaln, this postponed game
has been placed on the card of events,
and then scratched.
ine .icuois siarieu uie series mis LONDON, Hag., Aug. 11. Sir Thomas Lipton has announced that
jcar by winning everytiung in signt. he w, cIiacn,;0 llgn for the America Cup.
uiu leu uuwn lowaru uie end, ami inu i
I'll mi came In so stiong that, from
t'ppatcut Impossibilities, they becanio
f.mirltcs for the first place.
A factor cnteis Into this question
or rettllng the series which Is likely
to delay the decision until the very
end of the second scries, when ever)
thlng will be decided nt once. This
factor Is the citppllng of tho Diamond
Head team by tho loss of their back
It Is very piobablc that the Jewels
will refuse to play oiT the deciding
game with the l'uns while In such n
weakened condition, nnd pibbably
only rightfully, as they had a line
team at the tlnin when the schedulo
was being played oft rcgulaily, and
when, tt 'seems, all this mutter ought
to have been settled without so much
delay, during which the l'uns have
become undeniably stronger, nnd tho
Jewels have been sensibly weakened.
So the deciding game may be put
off to the very end of the second bc
rles, In case the l'uns win Satuiday.
Meanwhile Fernandez sajs ho will
go behind the bat himself In case ho
can get no ono to do the stunt. With
n big hole thus left in his Infield, ho
has again turned longing eyes to Al
bright, the University of Washington
man. Charlie has worked home with
the Jewels, and the possibility Is al
ways there that he will bo Been In
ano of their uniforms one of these
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Tine Hew One, with Room for
at the automobiles, baggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
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King Street near South
Tel. 252 1
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ift an automobile is just the thing.
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C. H. BEHN
Wrestling On Water Is
One of the most Intel eating water
sports in Japan Is that of the w.iter
Uii owing (outfit, It Is geneinlly
taught In all the unlvcisitles nUd
The students of the Impel lal Col
lege, who are either nicinbeis of the
Imperial family or Nobles, are also
given Instruction In the river. Once
u year the) are examined as to their
expertness In tho contest by their
professors. Tho Kmpeior, the l.in
press, nnd their attendants are pres
ent to wltuess the contest.
Tho contestants are icqulrcd to
line up 011,11 long, louiid log In the
water. At a given signal tho oppos
ing parties, facing each other, grap
ple and each nttempts to throw Ills
opponent Into tho water. The ono
falling first into the water Is tho los
er. The victor, without wnrnlng.
may be 'approached and attacked by
the next man. This continues until
ho has throwircvcry one on the op
posing Hide, probably ten In all, Into
the water, or hus himself been
' If he has successfully thrown all
conicis, he Is presented with pilzes
by tho Imperial family or any other
member of the nobility.
This water Bport Is also followed
by tho commoners. Tho flshc'rnien
Eometlnies while away their tlmo dur
ing their leisure hours in, this way.
Thoy struggle, however, on tho edeo
It trnnsplies that local Nipponese of their samnans. After the n-nv la
c. 1 1, mm
The Japanese picss Is now in favor
of n senil-KclA vs. Chinese A. C.
gnnio nt bonio date In tho near futuie.
In rnuiiiiemoratlon of the death of
their fnicfatlipis a largo ciond of
Jnpunerc, numbering about lino In nil,
gathered outside tho Japanese temple
on South street last night and cele
brated. Thero were dances and oonga
of the old days nnd those who nttond
ed were greatly pleused with the per
f oi malice.
This hort of commemoration Is kept
uii every year and Is generally ob
nerved throtigho.it tho Kmplie. Kvcry
lellulons denomination was lemesoiu-
cil nt last night's celebration. Ladles
and chlldien In their best kimonos
were In attendance. Tho children,
who did not qnlto understand tho na
ture or tbu dance and singing, played
about the premises In their own way.
They wcie provided with peanuts nnd
Tho celebration lasted until about
New and Complete Line of
WHITNEY fc MARSH
EYE LOTION -
propose u gamo In which about thiee
of tho Kelo men nnd others picked
from tho local Japanese teams shall
clash with tho Chinese boys.
It will bo iccalled that a game was
made In which the Kelos and the Chi
nese were to play, but that all of tho
Ulverbido men who were put down
for the date begged off for a few
weeks, ns they said they needed practice.
Kvldcntly It Is thought thnt Kelo
Is too classy for the Chinese, nnd .1
Bprlnkling of Boiucthlng less expcit
ought to bo uucd In order to make a
closo enough contctt.
The Ad vei titer doesn't know how
to figure stolen bases Into an aggre
gate average. Neither ddes the II n 1-
1 o ti n . Who does?
If this feature Is to mako any dlt-
fuicnco In deciding tho winner of tho
Ibenbeig cup, the decision must bo
aibltrury. Tho point this time was
not well raised, It seems, as btolcu
haEcs, llko striko-outs, do not affect
tany known flgurable average In con
nection with tho national game.
It tt tt
over the victors and losers come to
gether ami colebrato tho event by
drinking and singing.
At the launching of sampans, tho
water-throwing Is indulged In.
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IT ON 'Mil
Tho McFuddcn-Ilellly boxing exhi
bition has been set for the 29th o(
this month, at tho Central Athletic
Two preliminaries aie jet to he ar-
unged. Doth tho principals to tho
main go are working, though they
are not going nt It very hard as yet.
Tho details of tho bout are all to ho
ai ranged later.
Hero Is a small package for Eddlo
"Captain Fernandez of tho Dia
mond Heads accompanied the Kelo
hoys to Hllo on Jholr trip. Fernan
dez is looking for an appointment as
spotting teacher for tho Kelo team,"
As n matter of fact, tho Shinpo
has the wrong steer on this matter.
Fernandez still Is in Honolulu. What
would tho public think of Fernandez
In this now rolo? It seonis thnt some
ono has gotten facetious over this
supposed trip of tho Diamond cap
tain. N -
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
GOES TOJ. NAMURA
II. L. Kerr, tho architect, opened
bids this noon for tho grading work
for tho Hoys' School of tho Mld-l'a-clllo
Institute. The figures follow:
W. G. Chulmera $1520.
K. Tashlno $1390.
K. Numura $ 825.
"I piesume that Mr. Namurn will
get the contract," said Mr. Kerr, In
i espouse to u query regarding the
CONTRACT TO MAT80N
i F. M. McStocker, acting for Jns. II.
ICustlu of this city, In Sun Francisco
yesterday signed a contract with tho
Mntson Navigation Company for tho
handling thiough tho period of ono
year ohla ties, from Hilo to various
places on tho Coast, tho ties to bo ntil
, Ized by tho Santa Fo ralli'oad, Main
'deliveries uiu to bo at lledondo, Tho
Mutson people mo to bo prepared to
move (bo equivalent of 550,000 stand-
I aid ties.
Mr, Castle has a contract with tho
Hawaiian Muhoguny Company to
move tho ties from Hawaii to tho
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Closing Out Some Branches of our Business
$75,000 of Merchandise to be Slaughtered
Regardless of Cost
THE GREATEST SALE OF
Dry Goods, Millinery, Clothing,
Furnishing Goods, Sewing Machines, etc.
EVER HELD IN HONOLULU.
Store will be CLOSED all day FRIDAY to re-mark the Stock and on
SATURDAY MORNING. AUG. 15,
At 9 a.m., the flood gates will be thrown wide open. Don't fail to
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